02 February 2015

Tan Sri Ramon Navaratnam. - Anwar tidak patut dipenjara...

Konsisten menyokong Anwar, Ramon gesa beliau tidak dipenjara... 

Antara penyokong konsisten Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim ialah bekas penjawat awam kanan Tan Sri Ramon Navaratnam.

Bekas ketua setiausaha Kementerian Pengangkutan itu berkata Anwar tidak patut dipenjara dan perlu diberi peluang menjadi Perdana Menteri Malaysia.

Ramon memberitahu Semut Harian sebelum keputusan mahkamah dibuat pada 10 Februari ini. Beliau berkata sekiranya Anwar dihumban ke penjara, ia mungkin memberi implikasi besar kepada Malaysia di mata dunia.

“Pertama, saya berharap beliau tidak dipenjara. Jadi harapnya, mahkamah membuat keputusan yang betul.

“Jika dihumban ke penjara, mungkin ada beberapa implikasi. Pertama, simpati yang akan diraihnya. Mungkin Anwar akan mendapat sokongan besar,” katanya.

Ramon yang juga bekas presiden Transparency International berpendapat, rakyat bimbang Pakatan Rakyat akan ketandusan pemimpin yang besar.

“Jadi keputusan mahkamah pada 10 Februari ini akan diperhati kerana ia memberi indikasi bagaimana sistem keadilan di negara ini dijalankan.”

Beberapa tahun dahulu, Ramon memberitahu Malaysiakini bahawa Anwar wajar dilantik perdana menteri.

Kini beliau memberitahu Semut Harian Anwar sewajarnya dianggap pemimpin rakyat yang mampu menjadi Perdana Menteri yang baik.

“Rakyat Malaysia perlu diberi peluang memilih siapa mereka mahukan sebagai Perdana Menteri, dan kita tidak harus dipaksa menerima segalanya bulat-bulat,” ujar Ramon.

Dalam temuramah dengan akhbar Rocket, Anwar berkata Pakaran tidak perlu bimbang sekiranya beliau dipenjarakan.

“Ramai terlupa, apabila saya dipenjara Pakatan Rakyat muncul, walaupun dengan bama berbeza. Jadi ini bukan perkara baru,” ujar ahli parlimen Permatang Pauh itu.

Persoalannya adakah Pakatan mampu melakar masa depan tanpa Anwar?

Tunggu jawapannya setelah mahkamah membuat keputusan pada 10 Februari kelak. -Cecilia Jeyanthi Victor,theantdaily
From left: Anwar and Ramon
Consistent supporter Ramon says Anwar should not be jailed again...

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has a prominent supporter in the person of former civil service bigwig Tan Sri Ramon Navaratnam. And the man has been consistent in his support for the opposition leader.

The former Finance Ministry secretary-general said that Anwar should not go to prison and should be given a chance to become prime minister as chosen by the people.

Ramon told Theantdaily ahead of the Feb 10 Sodomy II judgment that there would be serious implications in the country and abroad if Anwar is incarcerated for the second time.

“First of all, I hope he does not have to go to prison. So I hope the judiciary makes the right decision.

“However, if he is sent to prison, it can have several implications. First, there will be a splurge of sympathy for his party, and it can in fact win more support from those who are not committed to the party,” he said.

Ramon, also a former Transparency International president, further said that people are concerned that Pakatan Rakyat may not have a strong leader without Anwar and this would weaken the opposition alliance.

“So the Feb 10 court decision will be closely watched and it would also be an indication of how people perceive the justice system in the country.

Several years ago, Ramon told Malaysiakini that Anwar would make a good prime minister. And the man has been consistent.

He told Theantdaily today that Anwar should be given every chance to become PM and that the will of the people should prevail.

“Malaysians must have the opportunity to choose and decide on who they want as their prime minister and no one has the right to impose his will on them,” Ramon added.

In an interview with the DAP’s Rocket yesterday, Anwar said that Pakatan Rakyat should not be worried if he goes to jail again.

"Nobody wants to go to jail. I don’t want to go to jail…but some say Anwar inside is a problem, Anwar outside is also a problem. So I view it positively after all.

"People tend to forget that I was in jail when Pakatan emerged, of course not with the name Pakatan Rakyat, but this broad concept of a coalition. So this isn’t something new," the Permatang Pauh MP was quoted as saying.

The question of Pakatan’s future without Anwar has been raised by many. And the answer will not be found on Feb 10 after the court delivers its verdict but long after that.-Cecilia Jeyanthi Victor, theantdaily

Memberi pencerahan tentang mitos sekolah Cina...

Bagi kebanyakan ahli politik dan mereka yang gemarkan perhatian, kewujudan sekolah rendah aliran Cina atau SekolahJenis Kebangsaan (Cina) (SJKC) sering menjadi sasaran kritikan.

Mengapa tidak? Ia diuruskan penjawat awam dan mereka tidak akan bertindak balas. Puak berhaluan kanan mampu menarik perhatian di dalam usaha mendapatkan sokongan. Maka SJKC sering sahaja diperkata.

Kita perlu sedar fakta. SJKC dan SJKT (Tamil) tiada beza dengan Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK). Mereka menggunapakai sistem yang diberi Kementerian Pendidikan.

Kurikulum mereka sama sahaja kecuali ia diajar menggunakan pengantar Bahasa Cina ataupun Tamil.

Terdapat 1,294 SJKC, 523 SJKT dan 5,863 SK, dengan pengambil pelajar sebanyak 560,788 (SJKC), 89,007 (SJKT) dan 2,029,658 (SK).

Kesemua perdana menteri kita menganggap kehadiran sekolah-sekolah ini sebahagian daripada jaminan di dalam Perlembagaan Persekutuan.

Hampir 60,000 pelajar berada di SJKC dan mereka turut terdiri bumiputera sebanyak 10.7%. Mengapa ibubapa menghantar anak-anak ke sana?

Ada juga guru-guru berbangsa Melayu yang sudah tentu mengajar matapelajaran Bahasa Malaysia. Jadi tanggapan hanya guru berbangsa Cina mengajar di SJKC tidak betul.

Dalam kes kebocoran kertas soalan UPSR tahun lalu, kesemua sekolah perlu menduduki semula peperiksaan subjek Sains, Bahasa Inggeris dan Matematik. SJKC dan SJKT tidak terkecuali kerana para pelajar mengikuti kurikulum yang sama.

Jadi jangan anggap SJKC bukan sebahagian daripada sistem pendidikan Malaysia. Ia telah wujud sejak 80 tahun lalu dan guru-guru serta pihak pengurusannya sedar falsafah pendidikan kebangsaan.

Di luar negara China, Hong Kong, Taiwan dan Macau, Malaysia merupakan satu-satunya negara di mana kerajaan membiayai operasi sekolah rendah aliran Cina. Malah, tahap SJKC kita lebih tinggi berbanding sekolah-sekolah di Singapura.- Dr Chow Yong Neng,theantdaily


Debunking myths about Chinese schools...

For many has-been politicians and those who are vying for attention, attacking the existence of Chinese primary schools, the Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (Cina) (SJKC), seems to be a sure way to get attention.

And why not? Those who run Chi­nese primary schools are government servants; they are not likely to fight back. Their ultra-rightism may bring these mediocre politicians some press attention and hence signify their political relevance to their target audience. Thus, whenever there is a need to divert the people’s attention, the SJKCs have been the politicians’ bogeyman.

Let us get some facts straight. SJKCs and SJKTs (Tamil primary schools) are, for all intent and purposes, no different from Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK), the na­tional schools, because all these schools follow the same administrative systems as prescribed by the Ministry of Educa­tion (MoE).

The schools follow the same curricu­lum with the exception that the vernac­ular schools have greater emphasis on the use of the respective mother tongues in the delivery of the lessons and have an additional subject, that is Chinese or Tamil language.

There are 1,294 SJKCs, 523 SJKTs and 5,863 SKs, with student enrolments of 560,788, 89,007 and 2,029,658 respectively. SJKCs and SJKTs account for 20.78% and 3.30% of the entire primary school student population respectively. Collectively, they are ed­ucating close to a quarter of Malaysian primary students.

Successive prime ministers have made it clear that vernacular schools are part and parcel of our education system and the Federal Constitution guarantees their continued existence.

There are over 60,000 pupils in Chinese primary schools who are not Chinese Malaysians. This group of main­ly bumiputera pupils constitutes about 10.7% of SJKCs’ student population. Has it occurred to these opportunistic politi­cians to wonder why the parents of these 60,000-plus students send their children to SJKCs rather than SKs?

Some politicians say that SJKCs only have Chinese Malaysians as teachers but they do not back this claim with facts. While I do not have access to proper data, my observation of my children’s school reveals that during my daughter’s time (she completed Year Six in 2011) there were two Malay teachers, one of whom I have known personally since she started in the early days of the school’s establish­ment. When I was a pupil of a SJKC, I was taught Bahasa Malaysia mainly by Malay teachers. So the statement that SJKCs have only Chinese Malaysians as teachers is untrue, concocted by politi­cians without substance to gain political advantage.

The recent leak of Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) examination papers supports my point. All UPSR classes of 2014 had to resit the Science, English and Mathematics papers. The only reason why candidates from SKs, SJKCs and SJKTs have to resit these same papers was because they studied the same curriculum in the same medium of instruction.

This pokes a big hole in the credibil­ity of those who charge that vernacular schools are not part of the Malaysian education system. The philosophy of teaching at SJKCs that dates back over 80 years is the only difference. This phi­losophy is passed on by senior teachers and headmasters to younger teachers. I believe this philosophy alone accounts for the higher scholastic achievements of SJKC students, something which ill-informed politicians have chosen to dispute.

Outside of Greater China (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau), Malaysia is the only country where the government funds and operates Chinese primary schools. Malaysians are reputed to have the best command of Mandarin outside Greater China. The standard of Chinese at SJKCs easily outclasses that of our southern neighbour, Singapore.

But with the incessant attacks on Chinese schools and deliberate hurdles placed by some officials at the MoE (the case of not sending Chinese language teachers trained for secondary schools is one example), this advantage is eroding. Already many secondary schools pupils have been either actively discouraged or coerced into dropping Chinese at the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) level. This comes at a time when other countries are encouraging the learning of Chinese.

Incidentally, my friend’s son who is studying at a high school in Australia is required to take Chinese as a subject due to his ethnicity. With so many China na­tionals having settled in Australia, there is no shortage of good Chinese teachers to guide students in Australia. Perhaps Australians outclassing Malaysian in their command of Chinese within the next 20 years may be a reality that we will face.- Dr Chow Yong Neng,theantdaily

Convicted blogger: But Utusan did the same...

On March 2, 2013, Umno-owned daily Utusan Malaysia reported that police are on alert after intelligence information that an attack will be carried out on the Lahad Datu police station.

Three days later, the same information was posted by pro-PKR blogger Yusuf al-Siddique on his blog ‘Milosuam’.

More than two years later on Jan 19, 2015, Yusuf was convicted of causing fear under Section 505 of the Penal Code and sentenced to two years’ jail, pending an appeal.

And yet, he decries, no action has been taken on Utusan.

"It was the same story on a police station to be attacked and how police need to be on alert, in fact Utusan’s report was more detailed.

"If I was charged for causing fear, why is a pro-government media outlet not hauled up for the same?

"When I wrote about it, police lodged a report on the matter and arrested me," he told Malaysiakini in an interview.

Scathing from what he believes is selective prosecution, he said his trial was a ruse to scare him and other pro-Pakatan Rakyat bloggers.

Initially, he said, he was told by police he was arrested over a blog posting on police early voting and indelible ink, yet he was charged for causing fear.

"When I was arrested, I was investigated under the Official Secrets Act…So I believe they had nothing, and they were looking for something to stick.

"This is really a manipulation of the law to scare Pakatan bloggers,” he said of the case which was heard in Kota Kinabalu because the police report against him was lodged by police personnel there.

To fight back against the fear campaign, Yusuf continues to write about the trial in the popular blog.

"I hope people will read this articles so they will know whether it is reasonable or not to send me to jail. At least let the rakyat judge this for themselves," he said.- mk





Tak buat apa pun dapat dato.. Macai UMNO dok melalak sampai kepala botak haram apa pun tak ada...dok miskin cam tu dari dulu,kini dan selama2nya... 



cheers.

01 February 2015

Kenapa Razak Baginda lindungi Najib dalam kes Altantuya...


Peguam Americk Sidhu mempersoalkan mengapa penganalisis politik Abdul Razak Baginda melindungi Datuk Seri Najib Razak berhubung kes pembunuhan wanita Mongolia Altantuya Shaariibuu 9 tahun lalu apabila perdana menteri tidak pernah terlibat dalam jenayah itu.

Americk yang menyediakan akuan bersumpah yang pertama (SD1) untuk penyiasat persendirian P Balasubramaniam yang diupah Razak pada 2006 berkata, Razak terus-terusan mengatakan dalam satu wawancara dengan The Malaysian Insider baru-baru ini yang Najib tidak bersalah dan diperlakukan dengan tidak adil.

Dalam temu bual yang disiarkan pada Khamis, Razak memberitahu The Malaysian Insider semuanya ialah mainan politik dan tiada kaitan antara Najib dan kematian Altantuya.

Americk berkata, Razak bagaimanapun tidak menerangkan kenapa beliau merasakan Najib perlu dilindungi.

"Tiada siapa yang tuduh Najib terlibat. Bala dalam SD1 beliau tidak mengatakan Najib mempunyai apa-apa kaitan dengan pembunuhan Altantuya," kata Americk dalam satu kenyataan eksklusif kepada The Malaysian Insider.

Mendiang Bala, seorang bekas anggota polis, berkata dalam SD pertama beliau yang Razak mengambilnya bekerja pada Jun 2006 untuk menghalang Altantuya daripada mendekatinya.

Americk berkata apa yang dinyatakan Bala dalam SD itu ialah Razak memberitahunya mengenai penglibatan Najib dengan Altantuya.

(Bala berkata kedua-dua Razak dan Altantuya memberitahunya, Altantuya pernah menjadi teman wanita Najib. Dakwaan ini terdapat pada perenggan 25 dan 28 dalam SD1.)

Americk berkata Razak masih belum secara khusus menafikan beliau memberitahu Bala perkara ini.

"Bala mengakui sedari awal yang beberapa perkara dalam SD1 beliau merupakan khabar angin. Jadi, apa tujuannya apabila Razak mengatakan SD Bala itu khabar angin?" soal Americk.

Katanya, Razak juga mengelak daripada mengatakan mengapa Najib, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, Nazim Razak, peniaga karpet Deepak Jaikishin dan ramai individu lain merasakan Bala dan keluarganya perlu meninggalkan negara ini sebaik SD1 itu dikeluarkan.

"Ini tidak benar-benar memberi sebarang kredibiliti kepada penegasan Razak yang Najib ialah mangsa yang tidak bersalah dalam satu kes tipu helah politik," kata Americk.

Bala merupakan saksi dalam perbicaraan kes pembunuhan Altantuya, tetapi meninggalkan Malaysia dalam tergesa-gesa selepas menandatangani akuan bersumpah kedua (SD) pada 2008, yang kononnya membersihkan Najib daripada terlibat dalam kes itu.

Beliau meninggal dunia akibat serangan jantung pada 15 Mac, 2013, beberapa minggu selepas pulang ke negara ini setelah 5 tahun memaksa diri menjadi orang buangan di India.

Americk juga berkata Razak gagal menghargai kesetiaan Bala kepadanya.

Beliau berkata, apabila Bala ditemuramah akhbar di London pada Julai 2010 di Holiday Villas, Bayswater, dia memberitahu pemberita dia merasakan Razak tiada kaitan dengan pembunuhan itu dan dia tidak bersalah.

Americk berkata Bala merasakan Razak naif dalam menyangkakan 2 komando polis itu tidak akan membahayakan Altantuya.

"Adakah semua ini mengarut Encik Razak Baginda?" soal Americk, merujuk kepada wawancara Razak dengan The Malaysian Insider apabila beliau mengatakan SD Bala mengarut.

Americk juga menyebut tentang satu makan malam di sebuah restoran di Brickfields pada 13 Oktober 2006, yang diatur Bala supaya Razak boleh berjumpa seorang yang bernama ASP Suresh yang sepatutnya menguruskan penangkapan Altantuya.

Tetapi Suresh tidak hadir kerana beliau sendiri ditangkap Badan Pencegah Rasuah (namanya ketika itu) pada malam itu juga.

Ketika makan malam itu, Razak secara khusus memberitahu Bala dia mesti pastikan Altantuya tidak disakiti walau apa cara sekali pun, kata Americk.


"Tetapi Razak tidak sedar apa akan terjadi apabila beliau terlibat dengan Musa Safri dan Azilah. Adakah semua ini mengarut?" soalnya lagi, merujuk kepada bekas pegawai khas Najib Timbalan Superintenden Musa Safri dan Ketua Inspektor Azilah Hadri.

Razak ketika wawancara itu tidak membesarkan kes jenayah itu, mengatakan dia tidak tahu motif pembunuhan kekasihnya Altantuya, tetapi menyatakan ramai yang mati dalam tahanan polis tanpa sebarang penjelasan.

Beliau dibebaskan daripada bersubahat dalam pembunuhan tahun 2006 itu tetapi dua bekas komando polis, Azilah dan Koperal Sirul Azhar Umar, didapati bersalah oleh Mahkamah Persekutuan selepas rayuan pusingan terakhir bulan ini.

"Hanya 2 anggota polis itu sahaja yang tahu. Polis yang penyangak memang bunuh orang, seperti dalam kebanyakan kes reman," penganalisis politik itu memberitahu The Malaysian Insider ketika ditanya pendapatnya mengenai motif pembunuhan itu.

Azilah sedang berhadapan hukuman mati manakala Sirul melarikan diri ke Australia. Pihak berkuasa Malaysia sedang memohon agar dia diekstradisikan.

Keterangan dalam mahkamah mendedahkan wanita Mongolia itu dibunuh sama ada dengan bahan letupan C4 atau dibunuh terlebih dahulu dan mayatnya dihapuskan pada 18 Oktober 2006, di pinggir bandar Shah Alam, berhampiran ibu kota Kuala Lumpur.

Semasa perbicaraan, Razak yang juga rapat dengan Datuk Seri Najib Razak, mendapatkan pertolongan Musa kerana tidak tahan dengan gangguan daripada Altantuya.

Musa pada masa itu merupakan pembantu peribadi Najib, yang ketika itu timbalan perdana menteri.

Hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan memutuskan kegagalan memanggil Musa adalah punca kekalahan kes pendakwaan itu. – tmi 


Why is Razak Baginda protecting Najib over Altantuya’s murder...

Lawyer Americk Sidhu has questioned political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda’s (pic) reasons for protecting Datuk Seri Najib Razak over the murder of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu nine years ago when the prime minister was never implicated in the crime.

Americk had prepared the first statutory declaration (SD 1) for the late private detective P. Balasubramaniam who was engaged by the political analyst in 2006.

The lawyer said Razak kept harping during his recent interview with The Malaysian Insider that Najib was an innocent victim and had been dealt with unfairly.

In the interview posted on the portal on Thursday, Razak had told The Malaysian Insider that it was all a political stunt and that there was no connection between Najib and Altantuya’s death.

Americk said Razak, however, did not explain why he found it necessary to protect Najib.

“No one has accused Najib of being involved. Bala in his SD 1 certainly didn’t accuse Najib of having anything to do with the murder of Altantuya," Americk said in a statement exclusive to The Malaysian Insider.

Bala, who was a freelance private investigator after leaving the police force, had said in his first SD that Razak had employed him some time in June 2006 to keep Altantuya away from him.

Americk said all Bala had stated in that SD was that Razak had told him about Najib’s involvement with Altantuya.

(Bala had said that both Razak and Altantuya had told him that she used to be Najib's girlfriend. This allegation appears in paragraphs 25 and 28 of the SD 1).

Americk said Razak had yet to specifically deny he told Bala this.

“Bala has admitted right from the beginning that some of the contents of his SD 1 were hearsay. So what is Razak Baginda’s point when he says Bala’s SD is hearsay?" Americk asked.

He said Razak had also conveniently avoided saying why Najib, Najib's wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, Najib's brother Nazim Razak, carpet trader Deepak Jaikishin and a host of other personalities found it necessary to ensure Bala and his family left the country soon after the SD 1 was released.

"This doesn’t really lend any credibility to Razak's assertion that Najib is an innocent victim of political subterfuge," Americk said.

Bala was a witness in the murder trial of Altantuya but left Malaysia in a hurry after he signed a second statutory declaration (SD) in 2008, which purportedly cleared Najib of involvement in the case.


Lawyer Americk Sidhu (left) and private investigator P. Balasubramaniam at a press conference. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, January 31, 2015.

Bala died of a heart attack on March 15, 2013, weeks after returning from a five-year forced exile in India.

Americk also said Razak failed to appreciate Bala’s loyalty to him.

He said when Bala was interviewed by the press in London in July 2010 at the Holiday Villa Hotel, in Bayswater, he told the reporters that he thought Razak had nothing to do with the murder and that he was innocent.

Americk said Bala felt Razak was naive in thinking the two police commandos, Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri and Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, would not harm Altantuya.

"Is this all rubbish Mr Razak Baginda?" asked Americk, refering to Razak's interview with The Malaysian Insider where he had rubbished Bala's SD.

Americk also mentioned a dinner at a restaurant in Brickfields on October 13, 2006, arranged by Bala so that Razak could meet one ASP Suresh who was to organise the arrest of Altantuya. But Suresh did not turn up because he himself had been arrested by the Anti-Corruption Agency (as it was then known), that same evening.

At that dinner, Razak had specifically told Bala that he was to make sure Altantuya was not harmed in any way, added Americk.

"But Razak did not realise what he was getting into when he became involved with (Deputy Superintendent) Musa Safri and Azilah. Is this all rubbish?" he asked again.

Musa was at the time the aide-de-camp for Najib, who was then the deputy prime minister.

Razak, in the interview with The Malaysian Insider, had played down the crime, saying he did not know the motive for his lover Altantuya's murder but noted that many people have inexplicably died in police custody.

He was acquitted of abetting in her 2006 murder but the two former police commandos, Azilah and Sirul, were found guilty by the Federal Court after a final round of appeal this month.

"Only the two policemen know. Rogue police do kill people, like in so many remand cases," the political analyst had told The Malaysian Insider when asked what, in his opinion, was the motive for the murder.



Azilah is on death row while Sirul has fled to Australia and Malaysian authorities are making attempts to have him extradited.

Evidence in court revealed that the Mongolian woman was either murdered by C4 explosives or was killed first and her remains destroyed on October 18, 2006, in the outskirts of Shah Alam, near capital city Kuala Lumpur.

It emerged during the trial that Razak, a confidante of Najib, had enlisted Musa's help as he could not tolerate the harassment from Altantuya.

The Federal Court in its judgment ruled that the non-calling of Musa was not fatal to the prosecution's case  and could not see how much more details the senior police officer could have provided for the defence of Azilah and Sirul.

Tan Sri Suriyadi Halim Omar, who delivered the the 88-page judgment, had said that while the defence lawyers complained that Musa's testimony, if he had been called upon by the prosecution, could have provided details regarding Razak's sworn affidavit, the court was satisfied that the content (of the affidavit) was merely confirmatory in nature.

“It is only useful to Razak. It merely confirmed evidence adduced from Altantuya's cousin and friend that he had had a relationship with the deceased.

“We are therefore unable to see how much more details DSP Musa could produce that would contribute to the respondents' defence. The calling of DSP Musa, let alone the tendering of the text messages, would not have affected the evidence pertaining to Abdul Razak's relationship one tiny bit.

“We also observed that DSP Musa never instructed Azilah how to assist Abdul Razak, but was merely told to meet up with him, and Azilah acted on his own discretion and sensibilities,” Suriyadi had said in the unanimous verdict. – tmi


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Razak Baginda -Why are U so ‘kurang ajar'...

As the public were still wrestling with the final court verdict on the Altantuya Shaariibuu murder, here comes Razak Baginda with guns trained on Malaysians.

His sudden re-appearance thorough a media interview has now added to the embarrassment, pain and curiosity of the Malaysian public.

Going by netizens’ overwhelming comments and statements, certainly Razak Baginda is being considered to be not only recklessly hurtful but arrogant too despite having this murder-millstone on his neck.

For one, he now smears the police image by labelling the two convicted murderers as “rogue police”. Surely our IGP must take issue with this snide by Razak Baginda or else he is not doing justice to all the men and women in blue.

If carefully and stringently selected and highly trained commandos can turn as “rogue” cops, is it not an insult to the credibility and capability of all those superiors in the ranks who have executed their duties with utmost care? 

If such carefully deployed personal bodyguards of VVIPs can be reduced to being “rogue police”, how can the public then trust the entire police force of ordinary cops?

Secondly, Razak Baginda accuses Malaysians of a “herd mentality”, alluding to the conspiracies bobbling up and swirling around this grisly mother of all murders. To rub salt into the wound Razak Baginda concludes that this was merely a “straightforward murder”.

Now that puts even the judiciary in a bad light does it not? People are asking Razak Baginda why did the courts take almost nine years to plug this “straight forward murder” case? The courts must be darn dumb then.

Thirdly, Razak Baginda wished that the public would focus on him “rather than Najib” our Prime Minister. And he claimed, “You know it is my story”.

Of course it is your story. Nobody said it is Najib’s story. If not for you and your cheating, filthy affair with this Mongolian girl, Malaysia would be spared this ugly embarrassing episode that has exposed and made the police, the judiciary, the government and all Malaysians so vulnerable in the eyes of the world.

It is because of that relationship and the service you provided our then PM-to-Be that inevitably led the Malaysian public to ask if there was any connection between you, the girl and the PM-to-be.And that too, after hearing all that transpired during the entire court proceedings.

You demand for “evidence” from the “conspiring” Malaysians. And you accuse us of having a “herd mentality”. But can you give this “herd mentality” (or plainly put ‘kerbau’) Malaysian public, any evidence on why we should believe you now?

Why are you so ‘kurang ajar’ – that seems to be the underlying question.

Fourthly,you have made Malaysians into seeming fools by alluding to “dracula, vampire(and) werewolf”. You now have painted an even more gruesome picture of yourself and for which Malaysians will now start asking even louder,“How come the courts set you a free man”.

Razak Baginda, actus non facit reum nisi menssit rea (an act does not make a person guilty unless their mind is also guilty). If netizens are now pouring out their reactions to your statements, it is because you have now allowed them to see into your mind. That is conspiracy?

Please Razak Baginda, stop blaming Malaysians. Stop imagining conspiracies. It all began with your sordid love affair with another woman while you still had a legitimate wife and daughter, right? 

It became worse when you tried to wriggle out of the subsequent blackmail, right? And the “blackmail” was on you and not the nation or on the PM-to-be, right? So stop lambasting and insulting Malaysians and selling us stories, please. - J. D. Lovrenciear,fmt

Do you believe Razak Baginda...

Do you believe that Altantuya Shaariibuu’s death was “just a straightforward murder case” as what Razak Baginda explained recently? It could be the truth!

For some of us, it is believable but for many, there are still many questions that either have not been satisfactorily answered or not answered at all.

Datuk Zaid Ibrahim has detailed out the relevant questions and related matters that need convincing answers by those involved in the investigation and prosecution of the case.

Thus, the investigation was not done thoroughly and the trial was not fully transparent. The only conclusion is that there are some important and damaging things that have to be hid and prevented from coming out in the trial.

a.The missing record of Altantuya’s entry into the country, 
b.those involved in the issuance of the C4 explosives, 
c.the presence of DSP Musa Safri, 
d.the involvement of Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s personal bodyguards, 
e.the P.I Bala’s statutory declarations and his stay in India and the trouble faced by his family 
f.the refusal of the authorities to find the motive and who was the real mastermind are some more things that need to be clarified.

There are many other things, of course.

If there was no mastermind, then the authorities should have used the trial as the opportunity to confirm without any doubt that Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar and Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri committed the murder on their own.

The prosecution team should have asked the duo whether they acted alone or there was someone giving the order. Let the duo tell their story during the trail.

That would clear all other suspects and end all the conspiracy theories and close the case for good.

There should be a trial within a trial if need be, just to seek justice both for the accused and those purportedly involved as their names were mentioned – clear their names!

When Sirul admitted that he was offered RM100,000 to kill Altantuya, the court should have pursued the matter to prove that either it was true or Sirul was lying. If Sirul lied, then that would clear the air in the most transparent and irrefutable lawful way.

When the court refused to pursue these aspects of the murder and finding the real motive, the whole trial is incomplete.

The court had not done its job properly and the authorities have lost the opportunity to clear the air. The trial should be more thorough.

The police should have questioned Musa and called him as witness or to prove that he was not involved in the murder and was not the one who gave the order to kill.

Leaving Musa out of the case when it was mentioned that he was spotted in a car created more intrigue rather than clear the air.

If this murder was “just a straightforward murder cas”, then why leave so many loose ends and questions not asked and duly answered?

As the saying goes, "Not only must Justice be done; it must also be seen to be done". It is more so in this case because the prime minister’s name was also implicated. The court, too, has not done justice to itself! – tmi


Story kat SINI dan SINI 




cheers.

31 January 2015

Aiyah Chua..Nang boti nang.Kui boti kui...Acek Ananda lai liau...

Aiyah Chua you got no standard ma...Nang boti nang. Kui boti kui...

Loan extension shows bank's confidence in1MDB. Really Chua? You can say that with a straight face? Are you a retard? Mentally challenged or just plain stupid? The Malaysian public believe what you said as much as the Americans believed Clinton when he said "I did not have sexual relations with that women".  

Barisan Nasional knows the value of a little humor when all else fails but If this Chua is the best they can come up with to bring some comic relief into the 1MDB debacle then we have to laugh not with him but at him!
His approach?

The old tried and tested routine : Wag the Dog...political spin.....tipu...call it  what you want.

It would have the same effect of some one declaring to who ever is listening (not many lah!)  that Rosmah's contribution to world peace far outweighs her body mass! 

Your first reaction upon seeing "World Peace" and "Rosmah" in one sentence is to equate the two together in a positive way. Hmmmm Rosmah is working towards world peace  - hooray for her! That is until you come to the latter part of the story...."far outweighs her body mass"..and immedeitly you conjure up a fat lady on one side of the scale and world peace on the other...who wins? The fat lady of course! But at least for a Rosmah desperate for accolades of any sort, that few seconds of being connected to world peace is better than nothing at all. 

This Chua guy from Labis is doing the same thing with the 1MDB situation.

What this Chua is telling us is that if you owe the bank money and you go to the bank on Friday and tell them you will not be paying the scheduled repayments due that coming Monday the bank manager will react in this way: Yes sir yes sir...three bags full Sir...shake your hand, pat you on your back and walk you to the door and hold it open until you get in. Then he stands there waving goodbye until you turn the corner!

You and I know that the truth is far from that! 

First of all you, the bank manager, his secretary, the office boy and even the guard at the bank entrance knows that you are not paying the scheduled payment on Monday because you do not have the money to do so. 

Now if you are doing it for the third time....this is what will happen:  

Bank calls in the Mafia to do the negotiation for them because by now the banks know you obviously have no assets the bank can sita.

No point in threatening to downgrade your credit rating because it is already gone South of the border to Mexico.

Posters of you will now be plastered on the walls to alert guards to not allow you into the bank anymore.

Chua is trying to take our attention away from the fact that 1MDB is asking for the third extension of a payment long overdue. He tells us that the Banks trust 1MDB enough to give another extension. 

This is another way of saying that 1MDB is too big to fail lah! Of course it is too big to fail because when it fails it drags the banking system down with it. So the banks are wetting their trousers just thinking of what will happen if 1MDB fail. 1MDB has got the banking system by the balls and when you have anyone or anything by their balls you know their hearts and minds will follow!

Remember Clinton trying to deflect the Americans attention on his infamous relationship with Monica Lewinsky by declaring Operations Infinte Reach  - ordering missles strikes against suspect terrorists target in Sudan and Afghanistan three days after he admitted in a nationally televised address that he had indeed had an inappropriate relationship with Lewinsky? 

So now this BN government is doing the same thing. 

Do not worry what the impending failure 1MDB will do to the nation's economy. 

Do not worry about the abuse of those tasked with managing the funds.
   
Be proud of the fact that the banks have, for the third time, extended the period for 1MDB to pay what is due to these Malaysian banks. 

So focus on the bank's thumbs up to 1MDB request for yet another extension to their loan repayment   not 1MDB's performance to date.

I say BULL! Aiyah Chua you got no standard ma...Nang boti nang. Kui boti kui! - steadyaku47



Pinjaman dari Ananda satu 'penghinaan'...

Seorang MP pembangkang kecewa dengan tindakan firma pelaburan 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) yang berhutang dengan jutawan Tan Sri Ananda Krishan untuk melunaskan pinjamannya.

MP Petaling Jaya Utara, Tony Pua berkata tindakan itu satu “penghinaan”, apatah lagi apabila syarikat tersebut mendakwa ia telah menebus semula pelaburannya sebanyak RM3.9 bilion di Kepulauan Cayman pada kadar tukaran semasa.

“Berita itu penghinaan besar buat 1MDB dan amat memalukan kerajaan Malaysia,” kata Pua dalam kenyataan.

Laporan Reuters semalam menyebut bahawa Ananda Krishnan akan meminjamkan RM2 bilion kepada 1MDB untuk melangsaikan hutang dengan Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) dan RHB Bank Bhd.

1MDB sebelum ini sudah dua kali tersasar dari jadual pembayaran untuk pinjaman darurat yang dibuat dengan dua bank tersebut.

Firma tersebut meraih kontroversi ekoran hutangnya berjumlah RM41 bilion, hasil ratusan juta dolar yang dipungut Goldman Sachs untuk pengendalian pengeluaran bonnya dan dakwaan mengenai isu ketelusan syarikat berkenaan.

Pua seterusnyua membangkitkan bahawa pinjaman dari Ananda itu merupakan bukti bahawa 1MDB kini dipengaruhi jutawan berkenaan.

MP tersebut turut menimbulkan kebimbangan bahawa 1MDB mungkin terpaksa memenuhi syarat pinjaman yang memihak kepada Ananda.

“Terutama sekali memandangkan 1MDB ada rekod yang buruk dalam mendapatkan pinjaman khas,” katanya.



Sementara itu, 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) dijangka berdepan satu lagi masalah kewangan selepas dilaporkan mengambil hutang AS$1 bilion (bersamaan RM3.6 bilion) dari konsortium 6 bank pada Oktober tahun lalu, kata Setiausaha Agung PKR Rafizi Ramli hari ini.

Selepas 1MDB dilaporkan baru-baru ini terpaksa mengambil hutang baru dari hartawan T. Ananda Krishnan untuk membayar hutang RM2 bilion Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) dan RHB Bank Bhd, Rafizi mendedahkan laporan terbaru majalah kewangan antarabangsa International Financing Review (IFR) mengenai syarikat itu.

"Kolumnis (IFR) Jonathan Rogers mengesahkan 1MDB mengambil satu lagi hutang jangka pendek berjumlah AS$1 bilion dari konsortium 6 bank yang diketuai Deutsche Bank yang perlu dibayar balik menjelang September 2015.

"Hutang AS$1 bilion ini dilaporkan diambil 1MDB dalam bulan Oktober 2014 iaitu di tengah-tengah kemelut hutang 1MDB mula mendapat perhatian umum," kata ahli Parlimen Pandan itu dalam satu kenyataan.

Katanya, masalah aliran tunai yang dihadapi syarikat pelaburan negara itu akan menjadi lebih parah tahun ini kerana 1MDB mengambil beberapa hutang jangka pendek bagi memenuhi komitmen bayaran hutang-hutang lain.

"Lebih membimbangkan, hutang AS$1 bilion (yang nilai dalam ringgit akan terus meningkat akibat kejatuhan matawang ringgit) ini diambil dengan syarat ia akan dibayar dalam bulan September 2015 menggunakan dana yang dikumpul dari penyenaraian aset penjana bebas (IPP) 1MDB yang sehingga sekarang terus bermasalah," kata Rafizi.

Naib Presiden PKR itu berkata, proses penyenaraian tersebut kini terus tertangguh dan dijangka akan menghadapi masalah berterusan kerana kelewatan projek IPP Jimah Timur dan kredibiliti kewangan 1MDB yang terus merudum.

"Tanpa projek IPP Jimah Timur dan dengan masalah keberhutangan 1MDB, dijangka sebarang penyenaraian melibatkan 1MDB tidak akan menarik minat pelabur," katanya.

Jika hutang RM2 bilion kepada Maybank dan RHB menyebabkan 1MDB terpaksa menjual aset dan kepentingan kepada Ananda, Rafizi bertanya aset mana pula yang akan dijual 1MDB bagi membayar hutang AS$1 bilion itu kelak.

Beliau mengatakan pendedahan itu juga menimbulkan persoalan, jika benar dana dari Pulau Cayman sudah dibawa pulang ke Malaysia, kenapa 1MDB tidak mempunyai dana untuk membayar hutang-hutang itu.


Dalam satu kenyataan pada 13 Januari, 1MDB mengatakan ia sudah menebus kembali sepenuhnya sejumlah AS$2.318 bilion (RM8.42 bilion) yang dilaburkan di sebuah dana berdaftar di Kepulauan Cayman.

Ananda semalam dilaporkan bersetuju meminjamkan sehingga RM2 bilion kepada 1MDB sebagai bantuan menyelesaikan hutang syarikat itu kepada Maybank dan RHB yang perlu dijelaskan akhir bulan ini.

Ia merupakan pinjaman yang dikatakan bersifat sementara, iaitu lebih kepada membantu 1MDB meleraikan masalah yang dihadapi bagi tempoh jangka pendek sambil kedua-dua Ananda dan 1MDB masih mencari penyelesaian terbaik.

Kedua-dua mereka sebelum ini dalam keadaan buntu hendak menyelesaikan hutang yang dijamin usahawan jutawan itu dan perlu dibayar balik pada November tahun lepas, ketika syarikat pelaburan strategik itu mengambil alih aset tenaga beliau pada Mac 2012.

1MDB sudah 2 kali diberi tempoh lanjutan selama sebulan bagi menyelesaikan hutang itu yang merupakan sebahagian usaha mengemaskini hutangnya berjumlah RM6.17 bilion yang perlu dilangsaikan tahun lalu.

Mengulas isu itu, Setiausaha Publisiti Kebangsaan DAP Tony Pua berkata terdahulu hari ini, Putrajaya patut berasa malu kerana 1MDB terpaksa mengambil langkah 'terdesak' dengan meminjam dari Ananda.

"Berita itu sangat memalukan bagi 1MDB dan kerajaan Malaysia, kerana 'dana kekayaan negara' terpaksa jatuh begitu rendah dan bergantung kepada jasa baik jutawan tempatan bagi menyelesaikan pinjamannya untuk sementara waktu," katanya. – mk/tmi

Rafizi kata...

Dilaporkan bahawa 1MDB terpaksa berhutang RM2 bilion dari Ananda Krishnan untuk membayar hutangnya kepada Maybank dan RHB yang sudah tiga kali tertangguh. Dulu, Ananda Krishnan sudah mendapat durian runtuh kerana aset IPP dijual pada harga yang hampir dua kali lebih tinggi. 

Sekarang Ananda tambah untung dari faedah atas pinjaman yang diberikan. Lebih teruk, dilaporkan pinjaman dari Ananda itu beserta syarat bahawa beliau akan menjadi pemegang saham utama dalam syarikat tenaga 1MDB yang mahu disenaraikan.

Saya pun akan jadi billionaire kalau saya dapat layanan macam Ananda!

Di mana suara-suara yang dengan angkuh mengaku kononnya 1MDB ada aset yang cukup jadi jangan dibimbang walaupun hutangnya besar.

Sekarang telah terbukti hutang RM2 bilion pun tak boleh dibayar dan sudah kena jual harta, apatah lagi bila hutang itu RM41 bilion.

Gelagatnya sama seperti skandal lembu dan kondo dahulu. Mulanya dipertahankan sehingga ke titisan darah lembu terakhir tetapi bila sudah kantoi: saya yang dedahkan pula didakwa di mahkamah.

Kalau betul 1MDB tiada masalah,memberikan keuntungan dan tiada masalah aliran wang tunai,bak kata si Najib, kenapa 1MDB tidak mampu membayar semula hutang mereka kepada pihak bank? Kenapa 1MDB perlu meminjam dari 'along' untuk membayar hutang mereka... hangpa pikiaq2 mai... 

Tokoh korporat Ananda Krishnan merupakan penjamin hutang RM2 billion oleh 1MDB. – Gambar Reuters, 30 Januari, 2015.
Disgraceful for 1MDB to borrow from Ananda...

An opposition MP today said it is “disgraceful” for debt-ridden 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) to resort to borrowing from the country’s second-richest man to settle its loans.

This is despite the fact that the company had claimed that it had already fully redeemed its investment in Cayman Islands of RM3.9 billion, at the current favourable exchange rate, said Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua.

“The news is absolutely disgraceful for 1MDB and a terrible embarrassment for the Malaysian government that its sovereign investment fund had to stoop so low as to depend on the goodwill of a local billionaire to temporarily settle its loans,” he said.

Reuters yesterday reported that billionaire Ananda Krishnan will lend 1MDB RM2 billion to settle a loan by local banks Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) and RHB Bank Bhd.



1MDB has already twice missed payments on the RM2 billion bridge loan it took from the two banks.

The company has been dogged by controversy over its RM41 billion debts, hundreds of millions of dollars of revenue earned by Goldman Sachs for handling its bond issues and a perceived lack of transparency.

Meanwhile, Pua said that borrowing from Ananda was proof that 1MDB is now held hostage to the “white knight” and that there would be concerns over the terms of the loan which would be conceded in Ananda’s favour.

“This is especially since 1MDB has a terrible track record of securing special loans,” he noted.

Pua cited the time when the company raised USD3.5 billion of 10-year bonds to fund the acquisitions of independent power producers (IPPs), Tanjong Energy and Genting Sanyen.

“It could only do so with the corporate guarantee provided by the International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC), a wholly-owned investment vehicle of the Abu Dhabi government.

'Expensive price tag' 

And despite having to price the bonds at an expensive 5.99 percent, the “guarantee” from IPIC came with an expensive price tag, Pua pointed out.

Pua said 1MDB had to dock 40 percent of the loan with IPIC as security deposit, which amounted to RM4.47 billion and recorded in
the March 2014 financial statements.  

“Effectively, this means that 1MDB is paying 5.99 percent interest on a US$3.5 billion loan despite having access to only 60 percent of the funds or US$2.1 billion,” he said.


Pua (right) added that 1MDB had to offer the option for IPIC’s subsidiary, Aabar Investments PJS, to acquire up to 49 percent equity interest in 1MDB’s acquired energy subsidiaries in order to secure the guarantee.

“The above are on top of the exorbitant certain commissions, fees and expenses paid to investment bank Goldman Sachs - which was previously criticised in Parliament - amounting to approximately 10 percent or US$350 million.

“Taking all of the above cost of funds - USD250 million and USD350 million - and the locked deposit of USD1.4 billion, 1MDB’s subsidiaries have taken a loan of USD3.5 billion with an unheard of 13.98 percent effective interest for a so-called ‘sovereign wealth fund’.

The DAP parliamentarian, therefore, stressed that it was crucial for 1MDB to disclose the full terms agreed with Ananda for the temporary loan.  

“The new CEO, Arul Kanda Kandasamy, must keep to his word that he welcomes public scrutiny as a good thing that will only serve to strengthen the company and its governance.

“If 1MDB is further short-changed, then perhaps whatever value that is left of the stalled initial public offering (IPO) of 1MDB’s energy subsidiaries will be insufficient to cover the massive RM42 billion debt which 1MDB has accumulated to date,” Pua noted.

Going deeper in debt?


Meanwhile Pandan MP Rafizi Ramli also questioned why the loan was necessary when 1MDB had claimed to have repatriated all of its Cayman Islands funds.

"It raises the question that if it is true that the Cayman Islands has truly been brought back to Malaysia, why doesn't 1MDB have funds to repay the debts (to Maybank)?" he asked in a separate statement.

Rafizi warned that 1MDB's problems will worsen this year, owing to additional bridging loan it has reportedly taken worth USD1 billion.- mk

Isana Arul Kanda -  mana itu duit dari Cayman Island? Apa sudah jadi, RM7 bilion bila boleh sampai Malaysia? Kenapa mesti pinjam dari Ananda kalau duit dari Cayman ada?

Anonymous$&@? - What a joke. Claim to have $8b coming back for Cayman but still not back yet. Now need $2b bailout !!!

wg321 - This is just like borrowing money from the 2nd “Ah Long” to pay the 1st “Ah Long”. At the end of the day, the debt is still there. Where is the money from Cayman Islands that was brought back to Malaysia to pay the debt to Maybank and RHB? It is very obvious the money from Cayman Islands does not exist. If the money from Cayman Island do exists, why don’t you pay your debt instead of giving excuses? Najib knows nothing about doing big business. He is giving all the wrong advice to 1MDB e.g. advice like “got money, don’t pay”. Enjoy first.

After loan from tycoon, how will 1MDB pay off other debts, asks Rafizi 

RON95 sepatutnya RM1.62 seliter pada Feb...

Setiausaha Agung PKR Rafizi Ramli berkata Putrajaya sepatutnya menetapkan harga seliter petrol RON95 pada kadar RM1.62 bagi bulan Februari.

Dalam satu kenyataan akhbar hari ini, Rafizi berkata, angka ini akan mencerminkan harga pasaran purata petrol RON95 di Malaysia, seperti yang ditentukan oleh MOPS (Mean of Platts Singapore)

Katanya, jika subsidi dipulihkan, seperti yang digesa oleh PKR, maka harga akan hanya menjadi RM1.32 seliter.

Terdapat spekulasi bahawa harga minyak akan diturunkan pada 1 Februari, selaras dengan kejatuhan harga minyak mentah.

Sumber dalaman industri memberitahu Malaysiakini bahawa mereka menjangka Putrajaya akan menambat RON95 pada harga RM1.63 seliter dan diesel RM1.62 seliter.

Putrajaya telah memansuhkan subsidi petrol dan diesel bulan lalu selepas harga minyak mentah mencecah paras paling rendah dalam rekod. Satu mekanisma harga "apungan terurus" kemudiannya diperkenalkan.

Pada masa ini, harga seliter RON95 ialah RM1.91 manakala diesel dijual pada harga RM1.93 seliter.

Jika RON95 dijual bawah harga RM1.75 seliter, ia akan menjadi jumlah yang paling rendah sejak 2009.

Sementara itu, Rafizi turut mendakwa, Putrajaya telah mengumpul kekayaan sebanyak RM1.15 bilion bagi "cukai bahan api" berikutan  petrol yang telah dijual melebihi harga pasaran antara bulan Disember dan Januari.

Hujah beliau berdasarkan harga oleh MOPS, kadar pertukaran matawang harian dan data harga penggunaan yang disediakan  kerajaan.

Pengiraan yang dibuat naib presiden PKR itu juga mengandaikan, harga pasaran yang betul untuk satu liter bahan api RON95 telah berubah-ubah antara RM1.75 dan RM1.49 antara 1 Januari dan 28 Januari.

Manakala, harga pasaran untuk satu liter diesel adalah antara RM1.80 dan RM1.55 semasa tempoh sama.

Bagaimanapun, menurut Rafizi, Putrajaya telah menetapkan harga RM1.91 seliter bagi RON95 dan RM1.93 seliter bagi diesel pada bulan Januari.

Oleh yang demikian, Rafizi yang turut menyediakan pengiraan dari hari ke hari dalam kenyataan akhbarnya itu menegaskan, pengguna juga secara berkesan telah membayar "cukai bahan api" kepada kerajaan.

"Oleh kerana rakyat terus membayar pada harga yang lebih tinggi dari harga pasaran (walaupun tanpa subsidi), BN mendapat durian runtuh dengan mengutip cukai petrol tanpa diumumkan kepada rakyat," katanya.

Sehubungan itu, Ahli Parlimen Pandan itu mencabar kerajaan Persekutuan untuk menyangkal dakwaannya dan mendedahkan formula yang digunakan untuk menentukan harga bahan api.

Malah, beliau turut mengulangi permintaaannya supaya Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak menghentikan kutipan "cukai bahan api" dan menubuhkan Tabung Penstabilan Harga Minyak dengan menggunakan cukai tersembunyi yang telah dikutip untuk digunakan semasa harga petrol dan diesel dinaikkan.

Beliau turut mencadangkan supaya harga terkini bahan api disemak setiap minggu bagi mengelakkan rakyat terus membayar jauh lebih tinggi daripada harga pasaran dan menghentikan cukai tersembunyi akibat perbezaan harga itu.

"Tindakan mencukai rakyat melalui pembelian petrol dan diesel pada ketika ekonomi negara semakin teruk melambangkan keterdesakan kewangan pentadbiran Najib," katanya lagi.- mk


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Rakyat fleeced of RM1b in fuel taxes so far...

Pandan MP Rafizi Ramli urged the people on Friday to demand that the Federal Government remove “hidden” taxes imposed on motorists at the pump, adding that RON95 should be RM1.62 per litre and diesel RM1.65, based on average pump prices for January.

He also accused Putrajaya of having milked motorists of more than RM1 billion in taxes on fuel over the past two months as pump prices continued to be managed on the controlled float system.

“This follows the Government keeping the actual market price of fuel a secret after the removal of subsidies,” Rafizi said.

According to Rafizi, in January 2015 alone, motorists paid RM307 million in petrol taxes for RON95 and RM209 million for diesel thereby allowing Putrajaya to collect a whopping RM516 million without the people even realising it.

“Since the managed float system was adopted on December 1 last year until today, the government has collected RM1.149 billion from petrol and diesel taxes,” he explained.

Saying, “The higher than market prices and taxes means a windfall for the Barisan Nasional (BN) Government,” Rafizi also pointed out that in January, motorists paid RM1.91 for every litre of RON95 grade petrol, while the Singapore Mogas 95 Unleaded benchmark price was at RM1.63 a litre on January 28.

For diesel, he said, motorists paid RM1.93 per litre when the actual price should have been RM1.62, according to the Singapore Gasoil standard.

In regard to the average fuel prices for February that will be announced tomorrow, Rafizi said the price for RON95 should be RM1.62 per litre while diesel should be RM1.65 minus the subsidy.

However should the government heed the demand of PKR to subsidise fuel, the prices should be RM1.32 per litre for RON95 and RM1.35 per litre for diesel, he explained, adding, “If the prices announced tomorrow are different, the related minister must explain how the prices for both types of fuel are calculated.

“We came up with these prices based on the same formula used by BN and the MOPS (Means of Platt Singapore) market prices,” he said.

He urged petroleum companies to sell fuel to petrol stations on a consignment basis to help minimise their losses and added, “The billions in taxes covertly collected (by Putrajaya) should be used to set up a fuel price stabilisation fund to manage a rebound in global crude oil prices.”

“It should remove sales tax on petrol or diesel purchases by the industrial sector to bring down production costs.” - fmt




cheers.

30 January 2015

Anwar in Sungai Buloh is stronger morally than Najib in Seri Perdana...

An Anwar Ibrahim in Sungai Buloh is stronger ethically, morally and politically than a Najib Razak in Seri Perdana...

Will he or will he not go to prison?

For most Malaysians Anwar's guilt or innocence in the sodomy of Saiful is no longer an issue that concerns them. 

How can it be a concern to them when their concept of right and wrong, good and evil, honor and dishonor and everything that they hold dear and in reverence of, have been throughly bastardize by the very people who now wants Anwar Ibrahim to be interned yet again for a crime that pales into insignificance when we take into consideration the murder of Altantuya, the fallout from the inevitable failure of 1MDB and the many deaths of those in the custody of PDRM - and that is to just name of few of what this Barisan Nasional governement can be held accountable for.  

Which nation, what legal system and why would a Prime Minister and an Attorney General amongst others, concern themselves with what has been done to the anus of Saiful?

Before we concern ourselves with what has happened to Saiful's Anus, there are more pressing matters to be addressed.

We are disgusted that our courts have found the two UTK operatives guilty of Altantuya's murder without going into the reason why they would want to murder her! Why did those two UTK operatives kill Altantuya? 

The courts may have done the bidding of their political masters by finding those two guilty but they have done so in such a manner that leaves many Malaysians to question, not for the first time, the integrity of the Malaysian legal system.   The public will not be placated by the verdict of guilty when so many questions about her murder still go answered.  

What is insulting to us all is that the government led by Najib Razak expects us to believe that justice is being served by the jailing of Anwar Ibrahim. 

We believe Najib's swearing in the name of ALLAH that he had nothing to do with Altantuya in the same vein as we believe that Mahathir's children became rich through their own efforts! 

As we believe that Barisan Nasional politicians and their Ministers live within their means.

As we beleive that what Jakim and Jawi does is for the betterment of Muslims and Islam. 

As we believe that Taib Mahmud insane wealth has nothing to do with his position as CM of Sarawak.

As we believe the veracity of what the three datuks accuse Anwar of doing when one of them, 

Rahim Thambi Chik, is a padeoplhile whose rape of an underage Malay schoolgirl has gone unpunished by any government or religious authority.

And this list has not even begin to scratch the surface of what this Umno led Barisan Nasional government and its Prime Ministers, Ministers and other functionaries have done in the name of government!

What Anwar Ibrahim has done while DPM and FM during his BN days are no less and no worse than what any other DPM, FM, Ministers and Prime Ministers of this Umnno led BN government has been doing before and after him. 

For most Malaysians Anwar Ibrahim is the public face to channel their contempt, disgust and disdain for the Barisan Nasonal government headed by a weak and clueless Najib Razak. 

For most Malaysian if/when Anwar goes to prison it will be another blatant attempt by the Barisan Nasional government to manage the legal system of our nation for their own political ends. This attempt could prove fatal to Najib Razak's position as PM and in the long run, prove fatal to Umno's domination in Malaysian politics by the next general election. 

Anwar's Ibrahim decision to not flee Malaysia in the light of his certain incaceration is a bold and courageous decision, a sacrifice maybe, a gamble even - for without doubt Anwar knows that this may be the final roll of the dice that will decide the fate of his own political ambitions to lead the opposition into government. 

But if you were to view this in the context of our nation's short history and the future that such a sacrifice promise, I would think that you may begin to understand why Anwar made the decision to stay and face a corrupt and arrogant government rather than to go into comfortable exile. 



Anwar Ibrahim has stayed because Najib is not a worthy opponent to run away from.

Anwar Ibrahim in prison, in solitary and kept away from family and friends but still in Malaysia is more a threat to Najib Razak than an Anwar Ibrahim in exile elsewhere. 

From prison Anwar Ibrahim can still hear the roar of dissent against the Najib led BN government.

From prison Anwar Ibrahim can still lead that movement for change and add his voice to the crescendo of voices that will ultimately end this Najib led BN government. 

From prison Anwar Ibrahim is a more formidable opponent for Najib Razak than an Anwar Ibrahim in exile.

The physical presence of Anwar in the country will give courage and encouragement to many Malaysians to continue their fight for his release and for what Pakatan Rakyat that he leads have all been fighting for - justice for all and decency in a government without corruption,without arrogance and certainly a government for the people, by the people and of the people. 

In prison Anwar Ibrahim will still be defiant, still be a thorn in Najib's side and will still be  a tangible symbol of hope and defiance in a wasteland of corruption, arrogance and injustice that our nation has now become. 

Najib will not be able to ignore his presence. It is not a case of being out of sight and out of mind. As always Najib Razak has not been able to understand the ramification of what he does in his private and public life.

Najib has consistently lied and have been proven wrong in so many of his projections, predictions and in his actions that today Malaysians would have more faith in having monkeys guard their bananas than believe that Najib's has their interest at heart.

And so Anwar Ibrahim will take his chances that internment in Sungai Buloh will be only until the result of the next general election is announced. 

Anwar Ibrahim will take that chance that he, not Najib, will triumph before, during or after the next general election.

Yes it is not a level playing field and yes, in retrospect there really is nothing else that Anwar Ibrahim can do but stay and take what comes on his chin. ...but give Anwar Ibrahim credit where credit is due. 

Anwar Ibrahiim fights his own fights no matter what the odds against him. Najib does not!

Anwar Ibrahiim faces his own demons head on and the consequences of his own folly and deeds without flinching or ducking for cover.  Najib does not!

Anwar through his words and deeds have time and time again shown that he will not be intimidated, threatened or cowered by the bullying of a Barisan Nasional government that has shown by its words and deeds, to not be hesitant in bastardizing the legal process under its care to pursue a half bake investigation into what happened to the anus of this Saiful in its attempt to intimidate, threatened and cower Anwar Ibrahim into submission. 

An attempt that has only so far served to galvanize the Malaysian public to emphatize and sympathize with the situation that Anwar is now in.    
       
All this has served to out Najib for what he really is - a coward of the worst dimension. 

Anwar Ibrahim stayed because Najib is not a worthy opponent to run away from. 

No worse an insult could be perpetrated upon Najib by Anwar than this! - steadyaku47

Will Anwar's incarceration kill or heal Pakatan?

Pakatan will survive my jailing, says Anwar...

Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim says one need not worry about Pakatan Rakyat breaking up should he go to jail in the Sodomy II decision come Feb 10.

He also called on Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali to be "courageous and break the barriers" to effect change for the better.

Anwar was reported saying this in an exclusive interview, which is the focus story in the latest issue of the DAP mouthpiece The Rocket.

"Nobody wants to go to jail. I don’t want to go to jail… but some say Anwar inside is a problem, Anwar outside is also a problem, but I view it positively after all.

"People tend to forget that I was already in jail when Pakatan emerged, of course not with the name Pakatan Rakyat, but this broad concept of a coalition. So this isn’t something new," said Anwar, who is also the Permatang Pauh MP.

“Some say my entry to jail may even fortify and strengthen Pakatan, because there will be a rallying point. So I always view it in the positive.

“I am optimistic. I feel there is still hope for change in my lifetime.

“There is a crack in our country, this racial and religious strife is a huge problem, and if we do not change this now, it will be a backward trend.

"People accuse politicians for politicising these issues, but they are beyond partisan politics.

“This is the safety of our nation; because we have never seen this before, and I’ve been in politics for a long time.

“If you allow this unchecked there is no turning back, it will lead to an explosion.

"We (see it) as our duty to save the nation,” he told The Rocket in the interview published in Chinese and English.

'Azmin must be bold, direct'

He was also asked if a tattered Pakatan, in view of a splintered PAS as well as the public PAS-DAP bickering, would be able to withstand his absence.

“Is Pakatan strong enough to do that? Yes we have to (be). We are gaining, and that’s why I think it is important to maintain the cordial relationship among the parties,” he said.

In a message to the Selangor menteri besar in the same interview, Anwar said Azmin must "go beyond relying on religious authorities or PAS" to enter the rural Muslim base.

“I think you have to accept in the political process there always is the same principle: those who support BN, not all are agreeable to BN, but they fear change.

“Then, there are those who vote Pakatan because they want change, but may not be as supportive of Pakatan overall.

“It is then for us to articulate our vision and present our agenda, that is, the policy framework we have agreed upon.

“There is no party, not even BN, that has presented that sort of detailed account, but it is important that with our limitation of access to the mainstream media that we go and break those barriers.

“That is my advice to the current MB, to be courageous and break the barriers, enter the rural Muslim base, go beyond relying on religious authorities or PAS.

“It should be a Pakatan agenda to be bold and deal with the issues directly,” he told The Rocket, which is sold at selected newsstands.- mk


Read - The Rocket interview: Will Pakatan hold without Anwar?

Anwar: Pakatan akan terus hidup dan mesti berani bawa isu penting...

Kurang dua minggu lagi keputusan Mahkamah Persekutuan ke atas rayuan kes liwatnya, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim berkata Pakatan Rakyat (PR) perlu berani membuat perubahan selaras dengan kemahuan rakyat, baik ketika beliau ada atau tidak lagi menerajui gabungan pembangkang itu.

Dalam satu wawancara dengan lidah rasmi DAP, The Rocket, ketua pembangkang itu berkata, PR bukan sahaja perlu kuat dalam membawa perubahan yang rakyat mahukan, tetapi juga perlu kekal sebagai unit yang padu walaupun terdapat perbezaan dalamannya.

Berikutan pilihan raya umum ke-13 (PRU13) pada Mei 2013, kedua-dua PAS dan DAP sering bertelagah mengenai beberapa isu.

DAP menyerang PAS susulan hasrat parti Islam itu melaksanakan hudud di Kelantan.

Terkini, mereka berbalah berhubung cadangan DAP menjalankan pilihan raya kerajaan tempatan, yang dipertikaikan PAS.

Anwar dijatuhkan hukuman penjara lima tahun oleh Mahkamah Rayuan pada Mac tahun lepas selepas ia membatalkan keputusan Mahkamah Tinggi membebaskan beliau atas tuduhan meliwat bekas pembantunya, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan.

Dalam laporannya, The Rocket mempersoalkan sama ada PR, yang memenangi 89 daripada 222 kerusi Parlimen pada PRU13, dengan undi popular kira-kira 52%, boleh meneruskan kelangsungan tanpa Anwar.

"Orang lupa yang saya sudah pun dalam penjara apabila PR muncul, memanglah bukan dengan nama PR, tetapi konsep gabungan yang luas ini. Jadi, ini bukanlah sesuatu yang baharu," kata Anwar.

"Ada yang mengatakan kemasukan saya ke penjara malah mungkin boleh menguatkan dan mengukuhkan PR, kerana akan menjadi titik penyatuan. Jadi, saya selalu melihatnya secara positif," katanya.

"Saya optimis. Saya rasa masih ada harapan untuk perubahan dalam hidup saya. Ada retak di negara kita, persengketaan antara kaum dan agama ini satu masalah yang besar, dan jika kita tidak mengubahnya sekarang, ia akan menjadi satu trend ke belakang.

"Orang menuduh ahli politik mempolitikkan isu-isu ini tetapi perkara ini semua ialah di luar pembahagian politik. Ini tentang keselamatan negara kita; kerana kita tidak pernah melihat perkara ini sebelum ini, dan saya sudah lama dalam politik. Jika anda biarkan ia tidak dibendung, kita tidak dapat berpatah balik, ia akan meletup akhirnya. Kami (melihatnya) sebagai tanggungjawab menyelamatkan negara," katanya.

"Adakah PR cukup kuat untuk melakukannya? Ya kita kena kuat. Kita semakin mendapat sokongan, dan sebab itu saya rasa penting untuk mengekalkan hubungan baik antara parti."



Anwar berkata tiba masanya PR menjadi berani kerana terdapat halangan yang perlu ditempuh, termasuk hakikat bahawa Barisan Nasional (BN) dalam kempennya memberi tumpuan kepada dasar dan kemajuan di bawah Program Transformasi Kerajaannya.

"Anda perlu terima, dalam proses politik, ada prinsip yang sama: mereka yang sokong BN, tidak semuanya setuju dengan BN, tetapi mereka takut dengan perubahan," kata Anwar, apabila ditanya The Rocket sama ada PR akan berhenti menjadi gabungan alternatif yang kukuh kepada BN.

"Kemudian, ada yang mengundi PR kerana mahukan perubahan, tetapi mereka mungkin tidak menyokong PR secara keseluruhannya," tambahnya.

Beliau juga meminta Menteri Besar Selangor Azmin Ali bertindak "lebih berani" untuk membawa perubahan lebih baik dalam Pakatan.

"Tiada ada sesiapapun yang mahu ke penjara. Saya pun tidak mahu ke penjara... Tetapi ada yang mengatakan Anwar berada dalam penjara bermasalah, Anwar di luar pun bermasalah, tapi akhirnya saya lihat dari sudut yang positif.


Oleh itu, Anwar menyeru PR menzahirkan visi dan membentangkan agendanya menurut rangka kerja dasar yang dipersetujui.

"Tidak ada parti, termasuk BN, yang membentangkan perkara itu sejelas-jelasnya, tetapi penting bagi kita, dengan akses yang terhad kepada media arus perdana, memecahkan halangan itu.

"Demikian nasihat saya kepada menteri besar Selangor sekarang, bertindak berani dan pecahkan halangan yang ada, masuk ke kawasan pedalaman di mana ramai umat Islam, jangan bergantung hanya kepada badan berkuasa agama atau PAS.

"Ini sepatutnya menjadi agenda PR, mesti berani berdepan dalam menangani isu yang dihadapi," katanya.

Katanya, ada ketika pemimpin Melayu keberatan atau takut jika dilihat menyokong kaum Cina atau DAP.


"Saya rasa anda perlu hadapi isu yang timbul secara bersemuka tetapi pada masa sama menerangkan yang ini agenda kita dan ia untuk orang Melayu juga, saya pasti rakyat boleh menerimanya." – tmi
Hikayat 1MDB...

Sudah banyak ulasan teknikal yang di lakukan keatas isiu 1MDB. Kita boleh baca The Edge Malaysia, Tony Pua, Rafizi Ramli, Anil Netto, Ousyed The Box dan lain2. Blogger terakhir telah disenaraikan sebagai duri dalam daging oleh askar cyber UMNO.
We cannot say we are unhappy about this development.

Mari kita leraikan isiu nya dari sudut yang lain.

Mula dengan bertanya, kenapa 1MDB ditubuhkan? Perlu atau tidak 1MDB diujudkan sebermulanya?

Asset 1MDB secara pukul rata nya ialah jaminan kerajaan. Takde jaminan kerajaan dan tidak ada penjualan asset yang sengaja direndahkan harga, 1MDB is just a glorified State Owned Enterprise.

Surat sokongan kerajaan, tidak perlu dolak dalih, secara efektif nya ialah surat jaminan. Kalau tidak ada surat jaminan, adakah kita ingat mana2 bank nak beri pinjam?

Kita sudah ada khazanah Nasional  Berhad. Jadi kenapa kita hendak reinvent the wheel? Kita ada TNB yang ada kemahiran dalam penjanaan kuasa letrik dan tenaga.  

Kita ada berpuluh syaikat pemaju hartanah yang ada rekod baik untuk membina kediaman golongan T20. T20 golonan 20% teratas- geng maha kay. Dan kita ada PETRONAS untuk bisness minyak dan gas dan pemasaran teknoloji cari gali.

Jadi kenapa? Untuk buat pelaburan supaya mendapat hasil lumayan? Hasil lumayan yang diimpikan itu apa? membentuk Malaysia menjadi pusat industry penjana kuasa , minyak dan gas serta eksplorasi minyak serta gas?

Dan menjadikan Malaysia pusat pemajuan hartanah? Tun Razak Exchange TRX. Tanah ini dijual dengan harga yang murah kepada 1MDB. Tanpa berbuat apa2, tanah hanya perlu dinilai semula, TRX sudah untung ratusan juta. 

Penilaian semula ini yang menyelamatkan akaun 1MDB. Demikian juga tanah sungai besi yang dibeli pada harga murah. Dinilai semula memberi 1MDB keuntungan. Sekali lagi selamatkan 1MDB.



Tapi ada siapa tanya, siapa yang memutuskan harga jualan?

Siapa yang membuat penilaian? Siapa yang memutuskan menjual tanah TRX pada harga yang murah? Siapa yang memutuskan jual tanah Sungai Besi pada harga rendah? 

Orang yang ada dalam inudustri ini sudah lama tahu- ia telah menjadi modus operandi mereka yang berkuasa membuat keputusan dalam kes seperti ini untuk ambil komisyen dan tipu harga. Kalau berani adakan odit keatas penjualan tanah TRX dan Sungai Besi.

Akhir nya tanah2 ini apa jadi? untuk jadi taman permainaan/lplayground  bank, bankers dan pengurus dana, bandar Malaysia untuk perumahan orang kaya. 

10 juta rakyat Malaysia yang mempunyai pendapatan kurang dari RM1500 sebulan dahulu sekarang dan selama tak mampu hendak memiliki asset dalam kawasan2 tersebut.

Tanah Air Hitam Pulau Pinang untuk 10,000 rumah mampu milik penduduk nya Melayu semua? Saya khuatir itu hanya omongan kosong. 1MDB is market driven- takde duit bina rumah kos rendah dan kos sederhana. 1MDB tidak mungkin melaksanakan nya. 

Kita kan ada PRIMA? Kita ada syarikat perumahan negara.

Orang yang terpekik terlolong bercakap mengenai membina rumah mampu mulik- mereka tahu tak tunggakan hutang pembeli kepada kerajaan untuk rumah kos rendah dan rumah kos sederhana?

Semua ini menunjukkan bahawa 1MDN hanya satu fasiliti untuk seengah kumpulan gasak duit.

Kenapa ianya di tubuhkan sebermula nya- in the first place? Kerana Najib merasakan perlu membuat suatu inovasi untuk menambah perasaan megalamoniac nya? Kita jangan tertipu dan deceived oleh kepoyo-an Najib- he is a megalomaniac.

Semua dengan awalan 1- 1 Malaysia itu dan ini. Klinik dan kedai 1 Malaysia. Semua ETP, GTP, CTP, PTP – semua pancaran idea besar2. Ironi nya- pengisian tidak ada, soldadu jalanan untuk menyampaikan pemikiran nya kebawah tidak ada. Tidak ada guru kaka untuk mengembangkan pencak nya. Bubble gum belum sempat besar sudah pecah.

Nasib yang sama menimpa idea besar Najib dalam 1MDB. 1MDB sedang segera menjadi suatu yang kita sedar sekarang tidak diperlukan. Pertama kita sudah ada dana berdaulat atau sovereign yakni khazanah nasional berhad. Kita tak perlu bangunkan kemudahan dan struktur baru dan tidak perlu tunggu untuk nikmati hasil. 

Jika kita hendak menjadikan Malaysia pusat atau hub industry penjanaan kuasa, minyak dan gas- kita sudah ada Petronas dan TNB. Baik kita suruh TNB ambil alih semua IPP dalam negara ini ata ujudkan TNB1 , 2 dan 3. .

Akhirnya kita tidak memerlukan 1MDB untuk memajukan hartanah sama ada di TRX, atau Sungai Besi atau Air Hitam atau for that matter dimana2 pun. Ecoworld membangunkan suatu kawasan baru di UK menyaingi SP Setia di Battersea Park UK. Apa yang luar biasa yang diperlukan untk membangun TRX, Bandar Malaysia atau kosmopolis Air Hitam atau bandar 1Malaysia Blackwater  atau 1Mamakville?

Jadi kita jawab kenapa 1MDB di ujudkan?

Kenapa akaun dan wang disimpan dalam Akaun di Cayman Islands dan diurus oleh pengurus dana yang kelabu latar belakang? Nama pengurus dana tersebut ialah Bridge Partners. Firma ini beroperasi di Hong Kong.

Cayman Islands terkenal dengan offshore banking. Orang meyimpan duit disana untuk disembunyikan. Duit hasil rasuah, komisiyen , duit yang asal usul nya mencurigakan disimpan dalam banyak offshore banks. Kerana offshore banks atau Cayman Islands itu sendiri mempunyai undang2 keras melindungi kerahsiaan transaksi.

Mengiikut lapuran kumpulan wang yang terbanyak yang pernah di capai oleh Bridge Partners ialah  ialah wang dari 1MDB. Kenapa tidak gunakan pengurus dana yang setara dengan Goldman Sachs?  Mustahil Bridge Partners sehebat Goldman Sachs International?


Berapa banyak 1MDB kena bayar kepada Bridge untuk redeem wang sepenuhnya? Kenapa park wang tersebut di Cayman Islands- ini macam hendak sorok dari pandangan orang dan membenarkan segala muslihat dan silap mata berlaku. 

Kenapa tidak kembalikan wang tersebut ke Malaysia untk diurus oleh pengurus dana ynag berreputasi tinggi? Taruh wang rakyat depan mata supaya pemantauan lebih mantap dan kukuh. Letak duit di Cayman Islands macam nak launder wang sahaja.

Dengan segala jawapan auta dan putar alam, rakyat ada asas untuk percaya bahawa 1MDB di ujudkan untuk menjadi conduit mencuci segala wang yang diperolehi secara haram di Malaysia. Disana kickbacks, tumbuk rusuk dan segala macam sogokan boleh di permudahcarakan?

Apa sebenarnya wawasan yang mahu Najib persembahkan?  Bahawa Malaysia yang di pm-kan oleh dia berjaya menubuhkan sovereign fund yang berpangkalan di luar  mampu membuat pelaburan diserata dunia dalam bidang penjanaan kuasa dan minyak serta gas dan eksplorasi dan memajukan sector hartanah?

Bukankah ini semua boleh dilakukan oleh syarikat dan firma yang sedia ada yang sudah pun mempunyai expertise? Dan apa 1MDB buat- pinjam wang, menerbitkan bon dan menyalur wang?

Bagaimana vision Najib ini hendak dicapai? Sekarang ini tanpa apa2 melainkan perniagaan atas angin- menerbitkan bon dan meminjam wang yang dijamin oleh kerajaan.

1MDB Nampak nya segera menjadi harimau yang Najib tunggang dan dia sekarang tidak tahu macam mana hendak turun.

Dr Mahathir dengan senapang gajah nya mahu tembak itu harimau atau Najib? - Mohd.Ariff Sabri bin Hj. Abdul Aziz@sakmongkol ak 47

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