21 March 2019

La ni baru nak tanya pasai kos ECRL, dulu jadi setan bisu...



Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad mempersoalkan kenapa pembangkang baru tidak membangkitkan isu berkaitan kos berkaitan projek projek Laluan Rel Pantai Timur (ECRL) ketika menjadi kerajaan sebelum ini.

Katanya perkara itu sudah terlambat kerana persetujuan telah ditandatangani.Kerajaan, kata perdana menteri, terpaksa merunding semula perjanjian RM81 bilion dengan China Communications Construction Company Ltd (CCCC).

Beliau berkata demikian ketika menjawab soalan tambahan Ketua Pembangkang Ismail Sabri semasa sesi soal jawab parlimen hari ini.

Beliau juga bertanya kembali kenapa Ismail tidak membangkitkan berkaitan kos rundingan dan pemilikan tanah untuk projek itu sebelum ini.Mahathir juga berkata projek Laluan Rel Pantai Timur (ECRL) akan diteruskan pada skala yang sesuai apabila rundingan semula projek itu dengan China dimuktamadkan.

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Dr. Wan Azizah terpesona... 

Semasa lawatan kerja ke ibu pejabat Pertubuhan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu bagi Hal Ehwal Sains, Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan (UNESCO) di Paris, Perancis semalam, Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail tersenyum dan tertawa terus terpesona dengan sosok wajah seorang jejaka yang amat-amat dikenalinya.

Jejaka yang dimaksudkan tidak lain tidak bukan tentunya suami tercinta, Anwar Ibrahim yang fotonya terpamer kemas semasa menjadi Presiden persidangan pertubuhan antarabangsa itu dari tahun 1989 hingga 1991.

Ternyata ketokohan dan kredibiliti Anwar mengetuai badan berpengaruh di peringkat antarabangsa perlahan-lahan mula mengalir kepada isterinya sendiri setelah dilantik ke jawatan kedua paling berkuasa di Malaysia itu pada 25 Mei 2018.

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Hari tudung dan azan disiarkan 
melalui radio dan TV Jumaat ini...

Jumaat ini diisytihar hari TUDUNG, azan akan disiarkan melalui radio dan TV New Zealand waktu seruan Jumaat dan rakyat diminta bertafakur dua minit.

Sesi bertafakur selama dua minit (two-minute silence) akan diadakan Jumaat ini di New Zealand sebagai memperingati mangsa yang terkorban dalam tragedi serangan di dua masjid di Christchurch, minggu lalu.

Memetik laporan portal TVNZ, selain itu laungan azan juga akan disiarkan menerusi televisyen dan radio di seluruh negara itu.

Perdana Menteri New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern berkata, ia merupakan tanda sokongan kepada umat Islam di sana untuk kembali ke masjid.


"Saya tahu ada banyak pihak mempunyai hasrat untuk menunjukkan sokongan kepada masyarakat Islam untuk kembali ke masjid, terutama hari Jumaat.

"Bagi menghebahkan kegiatan bertafakur dua minit pada hari Jumaat. Kami juga akan menyiarkan laungan azan ke seluruh negara di TVNZ dan RadioNZ," katanya dalam satu sidang media pada Rabu.

Menurut Ardern, masa untuk sesi bertafakur serta penyiaran azan itu akan ditentukan tidak lama lagi.

Ardern juga mengucapkan terima kasih kepada mereka yang pantas bertindak dalam membantu mangsa pada hari insiden tersebut yang mengorbankan 50 nyawa itu.

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Singapore gets to see the ugly face 
of  UMNO  and how Noh Omar 
thought he was being smart...

Dewan Rakyat Speaker Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof said his Singapore counterpart, Tan Chuan Jin, was “in the wrong place at the wrong time”, following a commotion in the House today.

Ariff assured Tan and his delegation that it was not an everyday scene in Malaysia’s Parliament.

“I can assure you, Mr Tan, and the rest of your delegation, that it doesn’t happen daily. You were, as they say, in the wrong place at the wrong time.

“But, it gave you an idea of how the Malaysian Parliament could look like, which could give the speaker a hard time sometimes,” he said in a speech at the Speaker’s Lecture Series: Governance in Singapore – A Parliamentary Perspective, held in the Parliament building.

A shouting match had erupted between Pakatan Harapan and Barisan Nasional MPs over Tanjung Karang lawmaker Noh Omar’s three-day suspension.– Bernama


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UMNO MPs  will only obey 
Malay Speakers,is it?...

BN lawmaker Noh Omar has accepted Dewan Rakyat speaker Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof’s decision to uphold his three-day suspension by deputy speaker Nga Kor Ming earlier.

The Tanjong Karang MP had challenged Nga’s ruling issued at the start of today’s proceeding on the grounds that it was made in his absence.

He had entered the Dewan Rakyat shortly before lunch break at 1pm and raised an objection with deputy speaker Mohd Rashid Hasnon who was presiding over the session.

Ariff, who presided after the Dewan Rakyat resumed at 2pm, noted Noh’s objection and gave the Umno lawmaker a chance to defend himself against Nga’s ruling.

“I respect the decision made by the current speaker under Standing Order 44.

Noh says ‘no’ to Nga suspending him, ‘yes’ to Ariff showing him the exit.

“But I don’t respect the ruling made by deputy speaker from Telok Intan (Nga) this morning because I was absent,” he told reporters at the Parliament lobby after finally accepting his suspension order. - mc


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cheers.

20 March 2019

Trade in Siti Aisyah for The Equanimity?...

North Korean Kim Jong Nam Assassination - Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong and Indonesian Siti Aisyah
Kim Jong-Nam Assassination – Indonesia Returned Yacht Equanimity, So Malaysia Released Suspect Siti Aisyah...

When Malaysian prosecutors unexpectedly dropped the murder charge against 26-year-old Siti Aisyah, and Indonesian who had been held two years on suspicion of killing the North Korean leader’s half brother, Kim Jong Nam, it raises millions of eyebrows. The judge discharged her without an acquittal after prosecutors said they wanted to withdraw the charge.

Prosecutors did not give any reason for the remarkable withdrawal. Siti Aisyah was accused alongside Doan Thi Huong from Vietnam of assassinating Kim by smearing VX nerve agent on his face at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2. But how could she be freed so easily? According to the prosecutor, the discretion to charge or not to charge a person lies with the Attorney General Tommy Thomas.

Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad insisted that the release of the Indonesian woman was made in accordance with the law. He has also denied that his government was under diplomatic pressure to free the suspect, despite the fact that the Indonesian government had repeatedly lobbied for charges against Siti to be dropped and for her to be allowed to return home.

However, according to a letter revealed by the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, A.G. Tommy Thomas had decided to drop the murder charge against Siti after “taking into account the good relations between our respective countries”. Hence, the Indonesian was released on March 10 upon the prosecution’s request to the Court to order a “discharge not amounting to acquittal”.

Indonesia’s Law and Human Rights Minister Yasonna Laoly had requested (or rather demanded) for Siti’s release based on three reasons. They argued that their citizen was a victim of deception and had nothing to gain from committing the act. Indonesia also claimed that Siti Aisyah “had no awareness whatsoever that she was being used as an intelligence tool of North Korea”.

In fact, it was revealed that Indonesian government officials had held meetings with PM Mahathir, A.G.Thomas, and Malaysian police last year as part of their lobbying efforts to free Siti Aisyah. No matter what was the argument presented by Indonesia, Siti was involved in the assassination of Dictator Kim Jong-Un’s half brother.

North Korean Kim Jong-nam and Kim Jong-un

Naturally, after the stunning release of Siti Aisyah on March 10, Vietnam did the same thing – asking that their citizen be released. Unfortunately, the Attorney General Chambers of Malaysia rejected Vietnam’s request to free Doan Thi Huong, raising accusation that the public prosecution has not acted fairly and practised double standard, not to mention screams discrimination.

Defense lawyers from both sides have maintained the women were pawns in an assassination orchestrated by North Korean agents. If the prosecution could accept the Indonesian’s argument that Ms Siti was a victim of deception and had nothing to gain from committing the act, why can’t the same argument applies to Ms. Doan?

Newly appointed Malaysian Bar president Abdul Fareed Abdul Gafoor was equally puzzled as to the bizarre decisions of Attorney General Chambers. While it is true that the Attorney General was not obliged to give an explanation, he said it was abnormal for two individuals to be charged with the same crime but for one person to have his or her charges dropped.

The answer to the injustice is way beyond the rule of law, as Mahathir would like everyone to believe. And the real reason for the acquittal of the Indonesian Siti Aisyah, while Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong remains charged, can be found in the A.G. Tommy Thomas’ explanation in his letter to the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur – the bilateral Indonesia-Malaysia relationship.

The relationship between Indonesia and Malaysia is similar to U.S.-Canada relationship. What the U.S. wants from Canada, the Americans would get it most of the time, as can be seen in the U.S.’ request to arrest Huawei CFO Sabrina Meng Wanzhou. Indonesia is always seen as the big brother of Malaysia, largely due to the sharing of the same ancestry.

That’s why you don’t see the opposition parties, especially UMNO Malay nationalist party and PAS Islamist party, protest over the sudden release of Indonesian Siti Aisyah, despite the glaring injustice. None of the leaders from UMNO or PAS dares to milk the issue for political gains. They chose to pretend nothing had happened.


The Equanimity Super Yacht - Dorks at Port Klang Malaysia

More importantly, Malaysia Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad owed Indonesia President “Jokowi” Joko Widodo a favour after their meeting in Jakarta last June. Two months later, the fruitful meeting saw Indonesia returning Equanimity, the luxury US$250 million superyacht, to Malaysia. But that was not the only things that both leaders discussed.

In exchange for the return of the yacht, bought with money stolen from 1MDB by Jho Low, the partner-in-crime of former PM Najib Razak, Malaysia has agreed to release Siti Aisyah. Mahathir was right to say his government was not under diplomatic pressure to release the Indonesian woman. It was part of the deal to help each other to achieve what both leaders wanted.

After released, Siti said – “I feel happy. I did not know this will happen. I did not expect it.” The fact that the suspect was shocked by the court’s decision suggests that even she had been kept in the dark over the secret deals, which could only be made at the highest diplomatic level. Too bad Jho Low didn’t hide any valuable assets in Vietnam that can be used by the Vietnamese government as bargaining chips.

It wasn’t a coincidence that the Siti Aisyah’s release comes just a month before Indonesia’s general election, to be held on 17 April, 2019. Her unexpected release is seen as a boost to President Joko Widodo, who is seeking re-election. Jokowi gets the credit for securing the release of Siti, the same way Mahathir gets the praises for the return of the Equanimity.

Arrived at Halim Perdana Kusuma Airport in Jakarta on a special aircraft managed by the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Siti Aisyah was greeted by hundreds of local media personnel. The nationwide coverage of Siti’s release and return to home also saw her thanking President Jokowi and Cabinet members. It was a win-win deal for both Malaysian and Indonesian leaders. - FT

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Bangunlah menteri2 PH....

Jangan salahkan rakyat kalau mereka menegur, mengkritik para menteri PH yang semakin hilang fokus dan harapan untuk melanjutkan usia kuasa mereka. Rakyat semakin kecewa dengan sikap keangkuhan dan kemandoman mereka melaksanakan amanah rakyat.

Kalau dibandingkan dedikasi dan pengorbanan Tun M melaksanakan amanah rakyat dengan para menteri kabinetnya jauh api dari semanggang. Sebahagian besar menteri tidak wajar dilantik jadi menteri. Besar kemungkinan sebelum kereta terbang boleh terbang ada menteri yang bakal terbang tanpa sedu sedan rakyat jelata.

Lihat bagaimana PM New Zealand menghadapi krisis negara. Bandingkan dengan menteri-menteri yang kaya dengan lagak tapi tak bijak melaksanakan amanah rakyat yang memilih PH sebagai kerajaan. Selagi Tun M menjadi PM maka PH masih boleh bernafas dan mendapat sokongan rakyat. 

Tiada Tun M bye-bye PH kerana rakyat tidak dapat menerima muka-muka yang blur ada sekarang. Ingat kalau kau tanam benih yang tak bermutu bagaimanakah hendak mendapat hasil yang baik?

Selepas 10 bulan kerajaan PH dibentuk dengan Mahathir jadi PM tidak banyak perubahan yang terserlah. Kengkangan kewangan adalah alasan utama.

Mahathir sendiri juga kelihatan tepu. Idea mempedulikan rakyat tidak jadi tumpuan, beliau lebihkan kepada membaiki sistem pentadbiran yang dikatakan rosak.

Menteri yang diharap membantunya pula gagal berfungsi dengan baik. Masih ada yang takut untuk membuka mulut menegur atau mengemukan cadangan baru.

Perasaan inferiorty complex menyebabkan menteri takut untuk bersuara bimbang menyentuh hati Mahathir jadi menerima apa sahaja dibentangkan Mahathir yang mana idea itu diterima dari kelompok di luar. Ini hakikat yang jelas dalam tempoh 10 bulan. - Yahaya Ismail/MSO

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Apa yang menarik pada 20-22 Mac 2019?

1. Pada setiap 21-22 Mac setiap tahun, bumi akan berada pada kedudukan Mac Ekuinoks.

2. Ekuinoks ini bermakna bumi akan menerima cahaya matahari sama banyak di kesemua bahagian bumi; baik di belahan utara maupun belahan selatan.

3. Bahagian kutub utara dan kutub selatan pula, matahari sentiasa berada di bahagian horizon atau kaki langit, di mana matahari tidak terbit atau tenggelam.

4. Belahan atau hemisfera utara akan memasukki musim Bunga manakala belahan selatan akan memasukki musim Luruh.

5. Matahari pula berada tepat di sepanjang garis Khatulistiwa atau Ekuator pada 21-22 Mac dan akan bergerak naik hingga ke belahan utara pada garis Tropic of Cancer pada 21-22 Jun sebagai Jun Soltis.

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6. Pada 21 Mac juga akan berlaku Supermoon kali ketiga dan terakhir pada tahun 2019. Supermoon berlaku apabila fasa purnama berkebetulan dengan Perigee iaitu bulan terhampir dengan bumi dalam orbitnya.

7.Pada 21 Mac nanti, Perigee berlaku terlebih dahulu dan 6 jam selepas itu barulah bulan mengalami fasa Purnama Penuh iaitu pada 9.42 am waktu Malaysia. Kita tidak dpt menyaksikannya kerana bulan berada di bawah horizon.

8. Di negara kita pula, akan memasukki tempoh peralihan Monsun (April-Mei) di mana pada kelazimannya berlaku hujan lebat dan ribut petir terutama pada waktu petang di Pantai Barat dengan angin kencang dalam tempoh yang singkat. Keadaan ini dilihat sudah pun berlaku di Pantai Barat.

9. Di luar daripada kelazimannya, gelombang atau suhu panas mungkin akan terus berpanjangan dijangkakan sehingga September 2019.

10. Tarikh 20-22 Mac adalah unik kerana bumi memasukki tempoh Mac Ekuinoks yang berkebetulan pula dengan Supermoon (Perigee + Fasa Purnama Penuh).

11. Lebih menarik, berlaku pula penjajaran matahari-Utarid-bumi-bulan dlm tempoh tersebut yg pastinya boleh menyebabkan kerap berlaku gempa bumi sehingga boleh menjana gempa bumi berskala besar serta kegiatan volkano yg aktif. - f/bk Omen

Jangan lepas peluang jadi cikgu Agama dan cikgu Bahasa Cina
Tunggu PAS/UMNO akan buat fitnah walhal 
sejak zaman BN/UMNO lagi dak iktiraf UEC...

PAS tidak ada wakil rakyat berkualiti di Parlimen - Prof Agus

cheers.

19 March 2019

Mahathirism and BN 2.0...


Sahabat Alam Malaysia is disappointed that despite a change of federal government, forest resource management remains unchanged. This same feeling is felt by many others in this country. Even though Pakatan Harapan loudly chanted a "New Malaysia" slogan soon after a new government was formed, many of the old attitudes and management approaches have remained much the same.

The new government has failed to come up with new management, policies and directions while many old policies have made a comeback. The question is: prime minster Tun Mahathir and other PH leaders are afraid of change, and the ministers have not been as marvelous as many have thought to be.

The way Tun Mahathir is running this country is just the same as how he did last time. Look East policy has been mentioned again, but he has no idea how to take the country out of the current doldrums.

Tun Mahathir is well aware that the 1.7-million civil service force is way too large for the country and will eat into the country's development fund. However, he has no idea how to fix the problem. All that he has in mind is to privatize government agencies and transfer those on government payroll to the private sector.

But, how may privatized companies are actually successful? Malaysia Airlines which has been repeatedly bailed out by the government, for example, was one of the privatization pioneers of the bygone century but ha subsequently turned back to the government for assistance due to poor management and efficiency.


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Khazanah has recorded its first ever loss of RM6.3 billion in a decade, of which RM3 billion loss has been from MAS. How to plug this bottomless hole? Like the previous BN administration, PH is not resolved enough to have a clean cut with the airline company, arguing that it is national pride that cannot be sold or closed down. In the end, taxpayers are made to foot the bill of a continuously bleeding Khazanah.

The PH government is also considering to reintroduce the AP in a bid to support bumiputra companies. The AP issue has invited a lot of controversies during BN's time because it has been perceived as a tool for the government to help its cronies make money. Mahathir warned last September that bumi businessmen found trading their APs or contracts would risk having them nullified. That said, it has been reported that AP awardees are in negotiations to sell their APs at RM18,000 to RM22,000 each.

The issuance of APs has proven to be detrimental to the country's interests while being unable to help the government achieve the goal of supporting bumi businesses. Despite the fact PH has previously stressed transparency and accountability, it appears that the coalition is more than happy to bring back the old policies and walk down the old path.

Meanwhile, PH has also failed to see which way the national economy should be headed to, how to take the country out of the middle income trap, and lift the competitiveness of the B40 group. As the new government has no idea at all how to do these, it just has to stick to the old ways of doing things, including the release of more assistance funds to help the poor. New technology and digital economy should be the future of this country, not the third national car project.

What is worrisome is that Tun Mahathir's antiquated thinking is beginning to influence some of the younger ministers, including economic affairs minister Azmin Ali who has urged the government to map out a new Malay economic policy to ensure their wealth growth and more equal distribution of the country's wealth.


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Racist mentality has sounded the first warning bell, and conservative religious concepts will sound the second. The police have begun to probe Women's Day gathering citing the Peaceful Assembly Act and Sedition Act just because some of the participants have defended the LGBT community. The meeting between minister in the PM's department Mujahid Yusof Rawa and controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik has also drawn tremendous criticisms.

The country has seen too little change over the past ten months. If every department is willing to make several moves forward, we will see a very different Malaysia. Unfortunately, our ministers are so reluctant to make the move. For instance, entrepreneurship development minister Mohd Redzuan Md Yusof claims that the government will invest RM1 million to research a flying car while tourism, arts and culture minister Mohammadin Ketapi vows that there are no homosexuals in Malaysia.

The latest incident of illegal dumping of toxic chemical waste in Pasir Gudang proves that the new government is not anything different from its predecessor where industrial supervision is concerned. No prompt action was taken the incident broke out on March 7, and the state government has no idea what to do even after the incident has deteriorated.

Old weaknesses and irregularities are still very much alive despite the advent of the New Malaysia. Environmental pollution still occurs, floods are still common after rain, public security remains bad. - Sin Chew Daily

Anwar di Parliman...
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Tetapi bila Sultan sendiri arahkan 
tutup sekolah tahfiz tak berdaftar, 
pasai apa lebai2 PA$-UMNO 
dan walaun2 jadi bisu???

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18 March 2019

The 'egg boy' who egged Australian senator...


Australian police said they were investigating after a teenager smashed an egg on a controversial right-wing lawmaker who had blamed New Zealand's mass mosque shootings on the country's immigration programme.

The footage, shared widely on social media, showed Senator Fraser Anning being approached from behind at a political event on Saturday, before having an egg cracked on the back of his head.

The footage showed Anning appearing to try to hit the person, before that person was dragged to the ground.

Victoria Police released a statement saying the incident was being investigated "in its entirety" and that it involved a 17-year-old boy.

Anning has received widespread condemnation following comments he made, saying that the cause of New Zealand's worst peace time shooting was letting "Muslim fanatics" migrate to the country.

"(Anning's) conflation of this horrendous terrorist attack with issues of immigration, in his attack on Islamic faith specifically, these comments are appalling and they're ugly and they have no place in Australia," Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison (photo) told journalists on Saturday.

Calls to Anning's electoral and parliamentary offices went unanswered on Sunday.


A GoFundMe campaign had raised more than A$19,000 (RM55,108), for the teenager to cover the cost of legal fees and so he could "buy more eggs," by Sunday and the hashtag #EggBoy was trending on Twitter.

Meanwhile, Australia's immigration minister announced on Saturday that controversial conservative speaker Milo Yiannopoulos would not be allowed to enter Australia following Yiannopoulos describing Islam as a “barbaric” and “alien” religion.

"Yiannopoulos’ comments on social media regarding the Christchurch terror attack are appalling and foment hatred and division," Immigration Minister David Coleman said in a statement.

Australian Brenton Harrison Tarrant, 28, a suspected white supremacist, was charged with murder on Saturday after 49 people were killed and dozens wounded in mass shootings at two New Zealand mosques. - Reuters/mk

49 sejadah dibentangkan di Melbourne...

My sympathy goes to Dr Streram...

Let me declare, at the outset, that I do not know Dr S Streram personally. I have never met him. Before GE14 and his subsequent court challenge for being denied entry into the nomination centre, I had never heard of him. However, that does not mean I am unable to support a politician whom I know absolutely nothing about. How many voters personally know the candidate they voted for, anyway?

Mine will be a sympathy vote for Dr Streram. Sympathy vote, according to the Cambridge Dictionary, describes an occasion when a lot of people vote for or support a particular person because he or she has suffered recently. An example: He won the award, but some suspected he got the sympathy vote following his struggle with cancer.

Oh yes, I have a lot of sympathy for Streram. I understand his journey from GE14 till now has not been a bed of roses. He had to undergo multiple challenges, which a lesser man would not possibly be able to handle nor wish to tolerate. He has been bullied, ridiculed and vilified publicly, this past week in particular.

To begin with, he was given a tough seat, Rantau, to contest in GE14. Party bigwigs will normally secure all the prime seats for themselves first, leaving the less winnable constituencies to the lower echelon within the party. Apparently, Streram falls into the second category, being only the PKR Rembau division deputy chief.

The opponent in Rantau was none other than the former Negri Sembilan menteri besar and current Umno boss Mohamed Hasan. Streram would have faced an uphill task, had he even been given the opportunity to file his nomination papers. Streram took his case to court and only after nine long, agonising months did he secure the verdict which was rightly his.

I wonder what happened to the returning officer concerned for his role in the case. Was he ever reprimanded? He should be barred from ever being assigned the task again, for by his action on that nomination day, he had dealt a great injustice to a bona fide electoral candidate. A few days ago, Streram was greatly shocked to learn that his party colleague and Segamat MP Edmund Santhara had lodged a police report against him for an unpaid loan of RM62,000.

"Beliau merupakan seorang doktor, seorang pakar bius yang pernah memberi khidmat sukarela sehingga Afghanistan, menolong orang Islam yang cedera parah dan orang Islam yang susah di Sudan. - Anwar Ibrahim

Unkindest cut from a so-called friend

I doubt outsiders are interested at all in this private lender-borrower deal, but they could surely smell a rat at the timing of the report and how it went public just before the PKR leadership confirmed Streram as the candidate for the coming by-election. This has to be the unkindest cut from a so-called friend. From the press reports, I think the onus is on Santhara to explain his motive for the move against his friend to whom he had willingly made a personal loan.

As this episode played out, public sympathy was seen to clearly be with Streram. Here was a father who was short and he needed help from a friend to pay his daughter's college registration fees. The people understand this to be a friendly loan which Streram said had been repaid in full. So, what’s really behind all this?

If the motive is to tarnish Streram’s name and public standing on the eve of a by-election, then it has failed and failed miserably. Perhaps talk that this is yet another episode of back-stabbing within the two factions in PKR is not totally untrue. Streram must know now how cruel and dirty politics can play out at times.

The day Streram was announced as the Harapan candidate for Rantau, he received another shocker. This time, it was a social media message claiming he was seeking public donations to contest. Dismissing the message as a hoax, Streram said it was yet another attempt to slander him ahead of the election. Is this yet another evil sabotage attempt from within?

PKR did the right thing to re-nominate Streram as the candidate, never mind whether he is the best choice or not. He deserved the chance he was denied in GE14. I am glad that Anwar Ibrahim said, “Though there has recently been much rhetoric on the Malay agenda, the coalition wanted to show that it represents the interests of all Malaysians.”

Well said, Anwar. Although fielding an Indian candidate in a constituency with a 53 percent Malay electorate is a risk, it is one well-taken and accepted by the majority of Malaysians, save for the minority extremists and bigots in our midst. As a voter, let me say this: I am a Chinese and I will vote for Streram, an Indian. The skin colour has no bearing in my decision. If Harapan were to field a Chinese who is a known shady character, I would either vote for Mat Hassan or skip the election. Unfortunately, I’m not a registered voter in Rantau. - Francis Paul Siah  

PH Kalu Nak Lama Memerintah 
Belajar Daripada Dr. M...

Sekiranya kerajaan Pakatan Harapan (PH) bersungguh-sungguh tidak mahu menjadi kerajaan satu penggal maka anggota Kabinet, Menteri Besar, Ketua Menteri dan timbalan menteri wajiblah segera melaksanakan nasihat Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Saya rasa adalah tidak adil dan sia-sia beliau mempertahankan mereka apabila dikritik atau ditanya oleh media massa kalau mereka sendiri tidak berusaha memperbaiki diri. Seelok-eloknya mereka secara kolektif dan berkesan mempertahankan kerajaan bukan memaksa Perdana Menteri mempertahankan mereka.

Janganlah terlalu seronok, gembira, selesa dan mendabik dada apabila beliau memberi pelbagai alasan mempertahan dan melindungi mereka. Menteri, timbalan Menteri, Menteri Besar dan Ketua Menteri boleh membuktikan bahawa mereka bukan badut dan watak jenaka dengan laksanakan nasihat beliau.

Yang terbaru Dr Mahathir menasihatkan mereka belajar mengurus secara mikro (micro-manage) dengan turun sendiri ke padang untuk melawat dan memantau projek. Hanya dengan melakukan lawatan mengejut tanpa diiringi oleh kakitangan yang ramai dan dikepung oleh pengawal keselamatan barulah mereka dapat melihat keadaan sebenar.

Inilah cara Dr Mahathir. Oleh sebab itulah kita sering melihat beliau memandu sendiri, khususnya pada hujung minggu, untuk melihat dan meninjau pelbagai tempat dan perkara yang menarik minat beliau atau yang memerlukan perhatian beliau.

Cerita beliau tiba-tiba muncul di tapak projek menyebabkan kakitangan awam,  eksekutif sektor swasta dan kontraktor sentiasa berjaga-jaga dan tidak curi tulang. Inilah yang berlaku ketika pembinaan Menara Kembar Petronas, Putrajaya, KLIA dan banyak lagi projek utama.



Rungutan Rakyat

Antara sungutan dan rungutan yang sering kita dengar mengenai Menteri, timbalan Menteri, Menteri Besar dan Ketua Menteri PH ialah mereka tidak cukup kerap turun padang melawat projek dan bertemu rakyat jelata. Malah saya lihat dengan mata kepala saya sendiri betapa kekoknya sesetengah daripada mereka apabila bersama rakyat jelata. Ada yang seolah-olah mahu dipagari oleh pegawai dan pengawal supaya boleh mengelak daripada mendengar keluh kesah rakyat jelata.

Saya kata, kalau setakat hendak disambut, dikerumuni dan diraikan oleh pegawai dan pengawal supaya nampak cantik dalam berita televisyen, surat khabar dan media sosial, tak payahlah susah-susah habiskan duit kerajaan turun padang. Kalau turun padang, duduklah dan bermesralah dengan rakyat jelata – dengan tok penghulu dan tok penggawa, ketua kampung, tok iman, wakil peneroka, wakil nelayan dan wakil badan-badan bukan kerajaan.

Dalam era media sosial ini, gambar sangat penting. Kalau dulu gambar menceritakan seribu perkataan, dalam zaman media sosial ini sekeping gambar boleh menceritakan sejuta perkataan. Mohon berhentikan segera amalan menampal gambar menteri dengan pegawai peribadi dan pegawai khas dengan pelbagai lakonan “free style” yang kebudak-badakan.

Orang ramai menyampah. Malah penyokong parti sendiri marah bila Menteri, timbalan Menteri, Menteri Besar dan Ketua Menteri nampak lebih mengutamakan kakitangan peribadi daripada ahli parti, orang ramai dan kakitangan awam.

Khusus buat Setiausaha Akhbar kepada Menteri, timbalan Menteri, Menteri Besar dan Ketua Menteri, terutama sekali yang tidak terlatih dalam bidang komunikasi dan kewartawanan, cubalah lebih mesra dengan media dan kalau tidak tahu belajarlah daripada yang tahu. Jangan jadi bodoh sombong.

Ingatlah kamu memainkan peranan penting menentukan sama ada bos kamu mendapat “good press” atau “bad press”, khususnya menjelang ulang tahun pertama pemerintahan PH pada 9 Mei nanti.


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Perkhidmatan Awam

Kemudian nasihat Perdana Menteri supaya Menteri, timbalan Menteri, Menteri besar, Ketua Menteri dan semua orang politik serta kakitangan mereka agar belajar bekerjasama dengan anggota perkhidmatan awam. Tawan hati mereka dan dapatkan keyakinan mereka. Ia akan memakan sedikit masa kerana sebelum ini mereka hanya kenal dan biasa dengan satu kerajaan sahaja iaitu BN.

Perdana Menteri tidak mahu Menteri, timbalan Menteri, Menteri besar dan Ketua Menteri menubuhkan apa yang beliau sifatkan sebagai “government within the government” atau kerajaan dalam kerajaan iaitu dengan membawa masuk  kawan-kawan sendiri dan ketepikan kakitangan.

Saya pula kata, kakitangan awam pun cubalah sesuaikan diri dan kerja dengan kerajaan baru demi kebaikan rakyat jelata. Kesetiaan kakitangan awam adalah kepada kerajaan yang memerintah - the government of the day. Tetapi kalau ditakdirkan ada kakitangan awam yang ingkar, bersekongkol dengan anggota kerajaan lama atau membentuk pakatan mereka sendiri (cabal, cartel) dengan tujuan mensabotaj kerajaan atau membuat keuntungan peribadi maka tindakan paling tegas wajib dikenakan.

Kadang-kadang benda yang kecil dan remeh menyebabkan orang ramai marah kepada kerajaan. Misalnya Menteri ke hulu hilir diiringi “outrider” polis atau polis tentera dengan bunyi siren dan lampu amaran sedangkan orang ramai tersekat dan tersangkut dalam kesesakan lalu lintas.

Yang tak ada pengiring polis tu tak payahlah nyalakan lampu "strobe light" biru kamu. Menyakitkan hati orang rama saja! Lebih baik bersusah payah sikit daripada dimaki hamun oleh rakyat jelata.

Seelok-eloknya kerajaan PH ini hendaklah lebih egalitarian (sama rata) dan elak meniru sifat berkasta kerajaan dahulu. Tak payahlah bos sana bos sini. Bukankah panggilan YB lebih sedap? Kurangkan protokol dan lebihkan bermesra dengan rakyat jelata seperti yang diamalkan oleh Perdana Menteri sendiri. - A.Kadir Jasin


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Bila menteri Cina lebih baik 
daripada menteri Melayu...

Perasaan dengki dan irihati sentiasa ada dalam sanubari kita. Kadang-kadang perasaan itu bukan apa sangat, tetapi kerana dibezakan dengan warna kulit atau dilek bahasa maka ia boleh menimbulkan kebencian kepada seseorang. Perasaan itu sebenarnya tidak baik dan tidak boleh membawa kita jauh ke depan.

Apabila bercakap soal pencapaian dan prestasi di kalangan anggota kabinet hari ini, kita tidak dapat melangkau perasaan demikian. Kita akan marah dan tidak senang hati kalau ada mengatakan menteri Cina lebih baik daripada menteri Melayu. Pencapaiannya oleh menteri Cina kita tidak mahu menerima kerana hanya perbezaan warna kulit, bahasa dan agama.

Jika kita buang prasangka itu kita akan menemui jawaban sebenarnya. Sepanjang perjalanan kabinet sudah memasuki bulan ke 10, saya lihat Menteri Pengangkutan Anthony Loke Siew Fook adalah adalah menteri terbaik. Walaupun baru, beliau berjaya menunjukkan keupayaan dan komitmen beliau sebagai menteri. Dari melihat cara beliau bercakap sudah menjelaskan beliau seorang yang kuat dan rajin bekerja, semacam ketidak cukupan masa.

Beliau dalam mengemukakan visi dan misi kementeriannya beliau bukan setakat bercakap, merancang dan mencadang, tetapi disusuli dengan perbuatan dan tindakan. Beberap polisi kementeriannya sudah dilaksana dan menyenangkan. Jika ibarat membuka ladang, ladang Anthony Loke sudah mula mengeluarkan hasil.

Menteri-menteri Melayu dan menteri Cina dan India yang lain jangan segan-segan cubalah meniru kaedaah “peladangan” Anthony Loke. - MSO
Three young leaders working hard to ensure the crisis in Pasir Gudang is contained.
They have been at Ground Zero almost daily to monitor, and manage the situation there.

cheers.

16 March 2019

Najib - “I have this hotshot lawyer”...

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Crooked Lawyer Shafee Desperately 
Used Pet Dog To Delay Trials...

Not many moons ago, scandal-plagued Najib Razak pointed to his defence counsel Muhammad Shafee Abdullah and answered with a smile – “I have this hotshot lawyer”. He was grinning from ear to ear, despite slapped with charges of money laundering, abuse of power and criminal breach of trust (CBT) with regards to RM42 million transferred to his accounts from SRC International Sdn. Bhd.

Najib Razak’s popularity skyrocketed on the world map – the only former prime minister slapped with record number of charges. And he was pretty proud of it. The crook has under his belt a jaw-dropping 42 counts of corruption and money laundering charges. Yet, Mr. Shafee had consistently bragged that he will easily win the case for his client.

In fact, the arrogant Shafee was so cocksure he could once again pervert the country’s Kangaroo Court and the corrupted judicial system, as he had done before for years, that he questioned the readiness of the prosecution under the newly crowned Attorney General Tommy Thomas. He argued that since the prosecution was ready as far back as July 2015, there was no reason to start the trial in Feb 2019.

Shafee made that statement back in July 2018, where the High Court set the trial dates for the corruption trial of Najib as Feb 18 to 28, March 4 to 8, and March 11 to 15, 2019 – for a total 19 days. Shafee was referring to the charge papers prepared by then Attorney General Abdul Gani Patail in 2015, before he was unexpectedly fired by ex-PM Najib Razak.

 After Gani was stunningly fired, it was later revealed that he was actually in the middle of preparing charge sheets (warrant arrest) against Najib Razak. The MACC (Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) investigation papers on SRC International (involving RM42 million) concluded there were at least 37 separate charges that could be made against Najib.

Former Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar, being one of four top guns (the other three were former Bank Negara (Central Bank) Governor Zeti Akthar Aziz, former Attorney General Gani Patail, and former MACC chief Abu Kassim) of a task force involved in the investigation of 1MDB scandal, turned traitor and tipped off Najib – leading to the sacking of Mr. Gani.


1MDB Scandal - Gani Patail, Zeti Akhtar, Khalid Abu Bakar, Abu Kassim

What the public didn’t know was that along with the firing of former A.G. Gani, most of the evidence in the form of paper trails implicating Najib was destroyed. That explains why the new A.G. Tommy required so much time to rebuild the case. It didn’t help that the MACC and the Royal Malaysia Police were still packed with loyal supporters – mostly corrupted – of Najib Razak.

For two months since Najib was paraded in the court, his so-called hotshot lawyer had been ridiculing, mocking and insulting the judiciary system and the prosecution team. But in September, the fat cat of UMNO called Shafee  was arrested under Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act 2001 (AMLA) and was slapped with two charges of money laundering.

Initially, Mr. Shafee rubbished the allegations that he had taken RM9.5 million from Mr. Najib – calling it “total nonsense”. After his arrest, the lawyer finallyadmitted that he did receive the money after all. His crappy story after being caught was that the RM9.5 million was payments for the 46 election petitions he had handled for the previous Barisan Nasional government from 2004 to 2006.

Najib’s lead counsel has since stopped boasting about his cleverness and exceptional intelligence in the court. When the due date for his client Najib arrived in February this year, he started demonstrating his true skill – delays the trial. And you don’t need a rocket scientist to predict that the so-called hotshot lawyer will keep filing for a stay of the start of the court hearing, for as long as he could.

As one of UMNO top legal advisers, Shafee was one of the most sought after lawyers. He won truckloads of cases not because he was the best legal eagle money can buy. He was a hotshot attorney because he had the political connections to bend the judiciary system to his liking. As he walked the corridors of power, the Palace of Justice would “kowtow” to him as money changes hands.

But bribing judges to win cases isn’t Shafee’s only exotic skill. He is also a specialist in using medical leave as an excuse to postpone his cases. Two days ago (March 12), the entire country burst into laughter after he stunningly used a very common excuse among lazy students who did not do their homework – the dog ate the homework!!

Running out of the normal excuses in delaying his client’s trial, Shafee skilfully convinced the Court of Appeal that he could not continue with his submission on the appeal filed by Najib Razak relating to his criminal charges involving SRC International Sdn. Bhd. funds. Apparently, his pet dog jumped on him, causing his fractured left wrist.

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The shameless lawyer had even pretended that his office was under public pressure for Najib’s trial to begin as soon as possible. He talked as if it was his dog’s fault that the trial could not start. And he talked as if he would definitely win his argument had his wrist not hurt by the damn dog. Naughty rumours say he will request for another delay because his pet bird is about to poke his eyes.

Yes, it appears Mr. Shafee lives in a mini zoo, surrounded by pets and animals which had received training in martial arts and self-defence classes. Amusingly, when the social media made a joke of his unbelievable doggie excuse in order to chicken out of the trial, the hotshot lawyer loses face. What he did thereafter was equally entertaining.

Like a bad boy caught with his hand in the cookie jar, the top legal eagle took the trouble to compose a long-winded essay – explaining how he acquired his super dog and had it trained to become a mighty guard dog. He even boastfully said he has a professional dog trainer who was a former K-9 unit police trained by the fearsome FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation).

As if the dog was let loose for the first time in its life, Shafee claimed his muscular dog got excited and rushed towards him. Perhaps he should be charged for animal cruelty. Of course, the crooked lawyer was no match for the super dog. He lost his balance and fell on his left arm. If the dog wasn’t his, you can bet your last penny he will sue the shit out of the damn dog.

Even if Shafee was telling the truth, which is not, it’s absolutely puzzling why his 7-member strong lawyers could not take over from him temporarily while he nurses his injury. Are all the defence lawyers retarded, leaving Shafee the only best brain in the team? Perhaps Najib’s hotshot lawyer thinks the 33-million Malaysians are as stupid as a donkey.

Mr. Shafee’s lengthy explanation about his dog story to convince the public that he didn’t lie was a dead giveaway that the defence team is incredibly desperate and panicked. His client – Najib Razak – knew that his honeymoon is coming to its end. If indeed his lawyer was as powerful as he claimed to be, there was no reason for him to repeatedly delay the trials using such childish excuse. - FT


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Nak terkencinglah tu...

Laporan prosiding rayuan Najib Razak di Mahkamah Rayuan hari ini yang dihentikan seketika susulan tindakan bekas perdana menteri itu yang keluar ke tandas tanpa memberitahu sesiapa termasuk peguamnya mendapat perhatian Timbalan Menteri Undang-undang Hanipa Maidin.

"Alah bisa tegal biasa bossku.

"Ada tertuduh yang didakwa di mahkamah dilaporkan telah keluar ke tandas ketika proses mahkamah sedang berlangsung. Kesalahan beliau ialah keluar tanpa minta izin/ beritahu mahkamah melalui peguambela beliau," katanya dalam suatu hantaran di media sosial malam ini.

Hanipa bagaimanapun tidak menamakan Najib tetapi kenyataannya dipercayai merujuk kepada MP Pekan itu apabila menyebut "mantan perdana menteri didakwa di mahkamah."

"To be fair (untuk berlaku adil) mungkin juga beliau tidak familiar (biasa) dengan prosedur mahkamah.

"Begitu juga kita orang Malaysia yang tak familiar melihat mantan PM didakwa di mahkamah jauh sekali nak lihat duduk di kandang OKT (orang kena tuduh)," sindir pemimpin Amanah itu.

Menurut Hanipa pendakwaan dan perbicaraan terhadap bekas perdana menteri merupakan hikmah peralihan kuasa pada PRU14 lalu.

"Inilah kehebatan 9 Mei 2018, banyak benda yang tak familiar dulu, kini dah mula familiar.

"Selepas ni, andai kata disabitkan bersalah mungkin kena familiar pulak peraturan atau prosedur penjara bosku," jelasnya.

Terdahulu petang tadi, peguam Muhammad Shafee Abdullan yang mewakili Najib memberitahu hakim bahawa beliau telah menjelaskan kepada anak guamnya kepentingan untuk memberi isyarat kepada peguam supaya memastikan jika prosiding boleh dihentikan untuk membolehkannya ke tandas.

Ketika ditemui selepas prosiding hari ini, Shafee berkata Najib hanya menunjukkan ketertibannya.

"Dia bukan peguam. Dia fikir dia bertindak tertib dengan secara senyap meninggalkan kamar untuk tidak mengganggu prosiding. Dia tak tahu tak boleh keluar, walau seminit (tanpa minta kebenaran)," katanya. - mk

Sekarang kita tahu siapa yang suka kencing dan siapa suka kena kencing.Tapi yang kena kencing Najib tak sedar kerana Najib kencing secara senyap2.Hakim pun tak tahu, inikan pula macai. Depa ingat air hujan. - Abdullah Hanif

Hujah peguam dari kerajaan kaki kencing ygi merapu dibalas dengan BossKu kencing ke tandas. Sebenarnya taktk ke tandas ni biasa budak-budak universiti buat masa pensyarah ajar membebel cara membosankan. Keluar jer la, pensyarah pun faham, bukan mcm kat sekolah minta kebenaran cikgu. - Lia Liza

My Bosskuurr lain kali bawa botol plastik, bila nak kencing guna botol plastik saja. - Ismail Ali

No wonder this MO1 is so famous throughout the world as a thief and liar where he can just slip out without the court noticing. - Chang for good

Luckily he did not run away like Jho Low. - WG321

Can an accused just walked out of the court room without anyone noticing it..what if he is a wanted fugitive.Any accused will know that you cannot simply walked out of.the Court.room when it is in Session and why is this accused not sitting in the dock...please have respect for the.Court and why is the Judge tolerating this accused behaviour when noone is above the law.. - Dont just talk


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Ini aku sokong 101%...

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Kesian dah bersiap bagai nak rak pakai topeng,pikul tong gas,
tup..tup disuruh sapu sampah kat koridor...Cissss.!

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cheers.

15 March 2019

Another Mat Temberang with a delay tactic...


Najib Abdul Razak’s hot-shot lawyer, Muhammad Shafee Abdullah, claimed that whilst he was playing with his pet dog, he fell and possibly fractured his wrist.

Ahhhh….schoolboys used to give “the dog ate my homework excuse”, but when a hot-shot Umno-Baru lawyer, uses the doggie excuse, he only sounds desperate. 

At least, Najib has skilfully mastered social media to try and uplift his image of a man being persecuted and victimised by Pakatan Harapan.

Shafee has done the opposite. Social media successfully ridiculed him that he lost all credibility as a hard nosed, hard-as-nails and dismissive lawyer.

What did he do to claw back his image? The following day, he issued a long, rambling, blow-by-blow, bark-by-bark account of his rough-tumble with his dog.

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It was a long report by Malaysiakini, which you can read here. (It is “cheong hei” and will put you to sleep.) The report is around 2,000 words long with half of that dedicated to how he bought his first dog, a mixed-breed, to turn into a guard dog.

Thinking about the future, to prepare for any eventualities, he bought another mixed-breed puppy to keep the first dog company.

It was the puppy, which is now 10-months old, which caused him to fall.

He then went on to describe how his human guards are not as good as his guard dogs. Then he said his dog is so playful, strong and big for his age, as well as strong, fast, cunning, playful and obedient. (Yawn).

True to fashion, he boasted about his professional dog trainer who is a former police K-9 unit personnel trained by the FBI. I suppose he wanted us to be impressed…(more yawns)

Then he described the actual encounter of the playful pup which made him lose his balance. He fell “squarely on his left arm” but he was such a hero, that he did not feel any pain till several hours later.

This went on, and on and on. (Careful! You might fall asleep and fall off your chair).




Shafee described how his Indonesian employee massaged his hand, whilst he worked with his other lawyers till 1 am. Perhaps, we are supposed to praise him for his dedication to duty.

When he said, he felt his arm stiffening, because he believed that it was “due to working hard in preparing for the appeals at the Court of Appeal on Monday and Tuesday”, one did not know whether to laugh or feel pity for him. 

That stiffening in his hand is more likely arthritis setting in.

There was more of the “I was working till 4.30 am” stuff  and more of the same of how he was such a hard worker, continued into the next day’s events.

blah blah blah blah blah….ditto

The amazing thing is that he sounded desperate. He said too much, in great detail. He thought he could convince us, but he only managed to do the opposite.

The dog was actually a red herring. because Shafee was leading-up to the bit where he blamed the Attorney-General’s chambers for delaying Najib’s trial.

The other amazing thing is that whilst you and I are not fooled by his excuse, the three appellate judges, Zabariah Mohd Yusof, Lau Bee Lan and Rhodzariah Bujang appeared to believe his “wrist injury” shaggy dog story.

He showed Malaysiakini reporters his almost-the-size-of-a-tennis-ball size swelling on his left hand. 


If he was in pain and worried about a possible fracture, why did he not immediately go to the A and E of the nearest hospital or a clinic, after his fall?

If he had broken any bones, he would not have been able to function as he claimed to have done.

Anyone who has experienced broken bones, knows the excruciating pain. He would not have been able to attend a hearing at Shah Alam and then Putrajaya, and also work late until the early hours of the morning, as he claimed to have done.

Moreover, if he was worried about the swelling on the area between his wrist and his fingers, why did he NOT remove his massive ring in case the blood supply to it was constricted?

So, is Shafee more of a Mat Temberang trying out the latest delay tactic, or is he just “cheong hei”?

He’s such a drama queen. The whole nation is happier to wait for the real drama in court, on Friday.- Mariam Mokhtar

Pasai apa Najib masih belum 
dan tidak di Penjara lagi..

Kerana korup paling DAHSYAT yang telah dilakukan oleh AG terdahulu Apandi Ali (Peguam Negara @ ahli Umno) Kerajaan Malaysia menerima sebahagian daripada dokumen dari DOJ & FBI.

Rekod urus niaga dan rekod urus niaga adalah "tulen" yang tidak boleh diubah / diduplikasi atau dipalsukan oleh pangkalan data transaksi bank.

Dari rekod ini disahkan bahawa RM2.6 bilion dikreditkan ke akaun peribadi Najib oleh Tanore Finance Corporation, yang dimiliki oleh Jho Low.

Persoalan-persoalan yang bermain dalam fikiran rakyat adalah:

Jika ada bukti kukuh, kenapa Najib masih belum dibawa ke mahkamah pada 1MDB?

Untuk maklumat semua orang, proses untuk menuduh Najib tidak mudah seperti menangkap pencuri motosikal.

Terdapat cukup bukti undang-undang yang jelas, tetapi kerana bekas Peguam Negara, Appandi telah menyatakan bahawa Najib tidak melakukan apa-apa yang salah (mengenai IMDB) prosedur ini mesti terlebih dahulu dibuat Null & Void secara sah sebelum Najib boleh dikenakan.

Untuk membatalkan keputusan / ketetapan bekas AG tidak mudah kerana ia berhadapan dengan perlembagaan - Perkara 145 (3) iaitu semua kenyataan / keputusan yang dibuat oleh Peguam Negara tidak boleh dibuka semula atau dibincangkan dalam mana-mana forum atau sebarang bentuk.

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Ini bermakna, Najib tidak boleh didakwa mengikut alasan Perkara 145 (3).

Tommy Thomas(TT) dipilih sebagai AG, bukan kerana kita bersifat perkauman atau kerana kita memandang rendah kaum lain tetapi kerana TT adalah seorang pegawai undang-undang yang sangat berkebolehan, cekap dan mahir.

Beliau sangat mahir dan akan dapat melaksanakan prosedur pembatalan bekas Peguam Negara, keputusan Appandi terhadap Najib. Juga, TT adalah yang terbaik daripada 500 peguam terbaik di dunia.

Walaupun kes ini adalah sangat teknikal dan rumit, walaupun peguam biasa tidak dapat melihat / memikirkan cara untuk melakukannya, TT kini berada di peringkat akhir menyelesaikan prosedur (untuk Kerajaan berjaya dalam pembukaan semula kes 1MDB) dan membatalkan / mencabar keputusan Appandi.

Penduduk Malaysia sangat sibuk dan tidak sabar melihat Najib didakwa.

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Sila bersabar.

Ia bukan kerana kerajaan PH sengaja melambatkan kes itu; tetapi kita perlu menjalankan prosedur untuk menurunkan keputusan Appandi terlebih dahulu.

Soalan: Bila? Bagaimana?

Jawapan: Ia harus mengikut Peraturan Undang-undang. Hanya beberapa minggu sebelum Najib akan ditugaskan.

Sekiranya TT tidak berjaya dan gagal menurunkan / membatalkan keputusan Appandi (pada 1MDB), kes ini tidak boleh lagi dibawa ke mahkamah semula.

Kerana perkara ini bertentangan dengan prinsip perlembagaan keadilan dimana integritas AG ditentang.

Hasilnya: Jika disabitkan, Najib tidak boleh dibebaskan dan masa yang dipenjarakan akan berusia 10 - 20 tahun atau lebih.

Anda boleh berkongsi atau menyalin mesej ini untuk menjelaskan keadaan yang sebenarnya jika ada yang bertanya. Sehingga kini, saya menyimpan info ini kepada diri sendiri tetapi rakyat terus bertanya tanpa mengetahui proses undang-undang sehingga saya diwajibkan untuk menerangkan - Dr. Halim J..


6 questions about: Pasir Gudang chemical dumping

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cheers.