22 September 2018

Dah balun ataih katil,mengorat apa lagi pak lebai...

PAS Hadi Awang and UMNO Zahid Hamidi - Whispering

Tidak seperti tanggapan orang, hubungan PAS dan Umno setakat ini masih di peringkat awal, kata salah seorang naib presidennya.

Malah dari perspektif Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah, hubungan kedua-dua parti itu belum diikuti dengan sebarang ikatan.

"Tiada apa-apa hubungan lagi antara PAS dan Umno, cuma baru duduk sekali, minum air sekali, mengorat pun belum, bertunang jauh sekali," katanya kepada media seperti dipetik harakahdaily hari ini.

Beliau yang juga timbalan menteri besar Kelantan berkata dalam keadaan begitu sepatutnya tiada masalah timbul.

Katanya belum ada kepastian mengenai masa depan hubungan antara PAS dan Umno.

Terdahulu Mohd Amar ditanya mengenai kemungkinan hubungan dekat kedua-dua parti mendorong bekas menteri kanan BN, Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed meninggalkan Umno pada 18 Sept lalu.

Ia suatu perkembangan yang mengejutkan kerana Mustapa dianggap antara tokoh paling dihormati dalam Umno dan bebas daripada sebarang dakwaan penyelewengan atau salah guna kuasa.



Tak biasa susah

Pengunduran bekas menteri perdagangan antarabangsa dan industri itu dibuat selang sehari selepas muktamar PAS di Kuala Terengganu berakhir.

Muktamar berkenaan mencatat sejarah tersendiri apabila turut dimeriahkan dengan kehadiran Presiden Umno Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi serta pemimpin kanan lain parti berkenaan.

PAS pula menyatakan kesediaan mereka untuk menghantar wakil bagi merancakkan Perhimpunan Agung Umno (PAU) yang adakan diadakan selama dua hari mulai 29 Sept ini. 

Untuk rekod kedua-dua parti itu mempunyai sejarah permusuhan yang panjang sehinggalah ia mengendur setahun dua ini dengan pelaksanaan dasar politik matang dan sejahtera PAS.

Hubungan akrab PAS dan Umno sering dipersenda pengkritik seperti hubungan sepasang kekasih yang melalui proses percintaan, merisik, memindang dan bersanding.

Mohd Amar berkata tanpa sebarang ikatan rasmi tuduhan musuh PAS bahawa parti itu sudah bergabung dengan Umno adalah meleset sama sekali.

Sebaliknya kata Mohd Amar pemimpin Umno bertindak meninggalkan parti itu kerana mereka tidak pernah berasa susah dan perit menjadi pembangkang.

"Sebab mereka ini sudah biasa hidup senang (sebagai) kerajaan, dia tiada pengalaman jadi pembangkang.

"Apabila jadi pembangkang, ini sudah perit sebagaimana dirasai PAS," katanya.- mk

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Dah 3 pilihanraya kecil di selangor, pas & umno bukan lagi mengorat, tapi dah berkongsi ranjang. Saya setuju dgn nik amar yg sijil nikah memang belum ada. Dan kerana itulah juga org panggil pas umno bermukah. - Abu Fazli

Pemimpin Pas ni takde kerja lain cakap pasal politik, mengorat la, konar baring la seolah2 negeri yg perintah byk duit bukan nya fikir dan bincang pasal rakyat nak cari makan mcm mana, negeri nak Maju mcm mana... takde duit nak bayar gaji pergi minta sedekah dgn org lain. otak penjual Ubat betul la.. sedar lah rakyat skrg susah nak hidup .. kau org sibuk pasal politik2 .. puak ahli pas yg sokong pemimpin mcm ini memang bahlul dan tolol - Abu Talib

Amar sudah kecut telur , bila ahli pas sudah berpaling tadah , Tok Pa dan Anifah Aman sudah keluar umno Cuba buat penafian terang lagi bersuluh , nasi sudah jadi bubur - Shahrul Azwan

Bila pas melihat umno sudah goyang dia mulalah pusing cerita. Inilah falsafah putaralam parti ajaran sesat. - Zulkifli Aziz

Masing2 dah tua kerepot. Baru saling mencintai. Belum bertunangpun, tapi dah berkesedudukan. - Bijan Jakar

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Najib – Your Admission To RM2.6 Billion “Contingency Fund” Has Expedited 25 New Charges...

World’s biggest crook – Malaysia former Prime Minister Najib Razak – has finally been arrested and charged (after spending a night in detention) for the infamous US$681 million 1MDB scandal. Popularly known amongst Malaysians as the RM2.6 billion theft, Mr. Najib has been slapped with 21 counts of money laundering and a separate 4 counts of power abuse.

Today’s charges are the latest on top of Najib’s other existing charges over a sum of RM42 million belonging to 1MDB’s former subsidiary SRC International Sdn Bhd. Interestingly, he gets to walk away free as the Sessions Court has allowed him to pay his RM3.5 million bail in instalments, a decision which has invited displeasure from netizens who think the ex-premier is given special privilege.

Ever since the collapse of Najib regime in the May 9th polls, his highly-paid cybertroopers, propagandists and bloggers have been crying and screaming until foaming at the mouth that the ex-premier was innocent because the authorities have failed to charge him for the misappropriation of US$681 million (RM2.6 billion) found in his personal bank account.

Even after he was charged in July for criminal breach of trust (CBT) and abuse of power in connection with the transfer of RM42 million to his private bank account from former 1MDB subsidiary SRC International Sdn Bhd, Najib’s band of propagandists ignorantly argued that it had nothing to do with 1MDB. They tried to twist and spin that SRC and 1MDB are two different animals.

In reality, the four charges (three CBT charges and one charge of abuse of power) were just the beginning – the appetiser. The CBT involving SRC International Sdn Bhd was the easiest part of the entire multi-billion-dollar theft concerning 1MDB (1Malaysia Development Bhd). That’s because all the transactions of transferring the RM42 million to Najib’s private bank account were done locally.


 

The next phase would involve charging the ex-Thief-in-Chief over the US681 million (RM2.6 billion) transferred to his private bank account in March 2013. Today, that phase has kicked in. This second phase, slightly complicated but nevertheless a clear cut case, involved transactions that require assistance from foreign government as it involved Tanore Finance Corp account in Singapore.

The most complex of all – the coming soon “third phase” – would involve the U.S. Department of Justice lawsuits filed to seize assets that it said were the result of US$4.5 billion that was misappropriated from 1MDB. Mahathir administration is working with U.S.-DOJ on what appears to be the largest action brought under the Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative.

Now that the authorities have finally moved to the second phase of US$681 million (RM2.6 billion) found stashed in his private bank account, what does Najib’s band of supporters have to say? Ahh, they would argue that the money wasn’t from 1MDB but donations from the generous Saudi Arabia royal house. Yes, that was what serial liar Najib has tried to convince the public recently.

About a week ago, Mr. Najib claimed that he had requested for cash from Saudi King Raja Abdullah when analysis conducted prior to the 2013 General Election had shown a bleak outlook – that his government could lose. Using his Facebook, he explained how the generous Saudi royal charity house deposited into his personal AmBank account over two transactions in 2013.

Calling it a “contingency fund”, Najib spiced up his donation story – claiming that the King Abdullah had actually wanted to give him US$800 million instead, but the son of Razak only took US$681 million from the King. Najib also claimed that the money was needed to counter opposition’s plan to form a new government by buying over up to 40 Barisan Nasional Member of Parliament.

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Najib talked as if King Abdullah was his own father, willingly to splash close to a billion US dollar to help a Sunni-Muslim leader (Najib Razak) from being dethroned by another Sunni-Muslim leader (Anwar Ibrahim). He might have had committed an act of treasonous and treacherous by asking for money from a foreign power to interfere in the sovereignty of Malaysia.

From the beginning, Najib’s fairy tales about the US$681 million discovered in his private bank accounts were full of contradictions. At first, he denied the existence of the money. After months of denial, he claimed it was a “donation” given to him by a Saudi royal. He had even threatened to sue (only to chicken out) the Wall Street Journal who published that the money was from 1MDB funds.

His counsel, Firoz Hussein Ahmad Jamaluddin, justified the U-turn not to file a defamation suit against the WSJ – “He (Najib) is not likely to get higher damages in the U.S. because he is not well known there.” And now, Najib said the money was borrowed and he had returned a huge bulk of it, proving that he wasn’t a crook who had stolen the money after all.

Najib has to make up his mind and get his story right. Was the US$681 million a donation or a loan from King Abdullah? If it was a donation, why was there a need to return it, let alone call it a “contingency fund”? Sure, the US$681 million deposited from Tanore Finance Corp account in Singapore subsequently saw the return of US$620 million back to the account in August 2013.

It’s worth to note that Najib was huffing and puffing about the so-called “contingency fund” only after Malaysia’s Deputy Police Chief Noor Rashid Ibrahim revealed that a jaw-dropping US$972 million went into Najib’s account, after moving through accounts linked to several companies (Good Star Limited, Aabar and Tanore) which had dealings with 1MDB.


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But thanks to Najib’s admission (he had even released documents he claims are proof of Saudi donation) that he is indeed aware of the US$681 million flowed into his private bank account back in 2013, it makes prosecuting him for money laundering even easier. He should have kept his mouth shut and let the prosecutors prove everything.

Perhaps Najib has forgotten how he had claimed ignorance in 2015 – that he was “not aware” – of the transfers of the money to his accounts. He had even claimed that document showing the movement of cash from 1MDB through government agencies, banks and companies, before it landed at Najib’s accounts were doctored documents used to “discredit” his government.

Unfortunately for Najib, one of his important witnesses, former Deputy Prime Minister Zahid Hamidi, has changed his story about the Saudi donation. Back in August 2015, Mr. Zahid declared that he had met the wealthy Arab family who had donated the US$681 million (RM2.6 billion) that was channelled into then Prime Minister Najib Razak’s personal account.

Widely reported by foreign news, Mr. Zahid said the “king and prince”, whom he did not name, had donated the money because of Malaysia’s commitment in fighting terrorism, and being a moderate Muslim country with a plural society. He also claimed that the Arab family was impressed by how Malaysia, with its plural society, still managed to remain moderate without sidelining any other religions.

Zahid also proudly told all and sundry at a meeting with Kepong UMNO division that the donors were “Arab king and prince”, and that the royal family had decided to make the huge donation due to Najib’s anti-Jewish stance. More importantly, he said – “I saw the documents myself – the original documents, not photostated ones, and I also saw the money trail.”


However, by July 2018, after emerged from his 8-hour grilling by the anti-corruption commission, Zahid sang a different tune. In a short press conference, he told reporters about “wakil” (representative)” of the Arab family – not “Arab king and prince” – as he had claimed 3 years ago. He didn’t brag about the documents or cheque of the so-called donations.

Regardless of Najib’s twists and spins, the money trail which we at Finance Twitter had pieced together clearly shows that even the so-called donation from King Abdullah was originated from 1MDB funds. Looking at the chart, 1MDB was flushed with funds primarily from bonds sales (US$11.5 billion) and Deutsche Bank (US$1.225 billion).

Tanore Finance Corp, from where Najib said Prince Abdulaziz Al-Saud from Saudi Arabia had sent him the RM2.6 billion donation, had actually received US$1.26 billion from 1MDB in 2013. Flushed with the money, the Tanore Finance Corp then sent US$681 million to Najib’s private account. Even the SRC International Sdn Bhd received a huge chunk of US$232.9 million indirectly from Tanore Finance Corp.

The returned US$620 million to Tanore Finance Corp was later used to purchase a 22-K pink diamond necklace worth a staggering US$27.3 million, after US$32.76 million was transferred from Midhurst to a DBS Singapore bank account for Blackrock, one of many accounts held nominally by fugitive Jho Low under the alias of Eric Tan.

Therefore, it’s not an exaggeration to say that from the beginning Tanore Finance Corp was being used by Najib Razak (and the so-called Saudi royal family) together with his partner-in-crime Jho Low to launder money from 1MDB funds. The US-DOJ investigation shows no proof that the Saudi Prince Abdulaziz Al-Saud had funded Najib’s account from the royal house’s own money. - ft

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cheers.

21 September 2018

Tok Pa buat U-turn...

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Jangan malu tinggalkan UMNO, parti Melayu yg hilang roh perjuangan, ditunggangi para kaldai status koruptor, pimpinan bomoh Ponorogo yang hilang mantra kesaktiannya. Tidak hairan bin terkejut kalau banyak ahli UMNO yang benci terhadap Najib, bininya Rosmah dan pimpinan parti yang punya kudis buta, tokak politik, akan bye-bye kelak.

Tok Pa dianggap salah seorang paling sedikit dari marhum kabinet Najib yg dianggap bersih. Dia sedar UMNO bukan lagi memperjuangkan kepentingan Melayu, rakyat, agama dan negara tetapi menjaga tembolok dan perut buncit para elit pimpinan Melayu yg super korup, lupa daratan, tidak berpegang pada tali Allah. Welcome Tok Pa mencari jalan lurus dalam perjuangan membentuk sejarah gemilang melalui PH.hendaknya.

Saya kenal baik Tok Pa. Kami sama-sama belajar di Australia. Dia di Melbourne U, saya Monash U. Saya jadi Presiden Persatuan Melayu Victoria, dia jadi setiausaha agungnya. Kami merancang mengadakan seminar politik tiga hari di Monash dimana Dr Mahathir Mohamad (sekarang Tun dan PM) menjadi salah seorang penceramahnya. Kali pertama dlm sejarah persatuan mahasiswa Malaysia mengadakan seminar politik antarabangsa di Australia dimana para penceramah dari Malaysia dan professor bidang politik Asia mengambil bahagian.



PH wajar menerima bekas ahli UMNO dan PAS menyertainya. Saringan mesti ada supaya tidak menerima para koruptor, oportunis,. kelas jerung dan naga bunting menyertainya. Bekas menteri dan pemimpin BN yg super korup dan punya kes jenayah berat jangan sekali-kali diterima sebagai ahli PH. Tempat mereka di Sg Buloh.

Besar kemungkinan banyak ahli UMNO akan mengikuti jejak langkah Tok Pa. Tahniah. UMNO tak akan kembali berkuasa lagi. Bala dan sial timpa menimpa parti itu apalagi ia dipimpin oleh kabilah yang banyak tokah dan kudis buta politik yg menjijikkan.

Biarlah UMNO dipim;pin bomoh Ponorogo dengan mantra politiknya yg hilang kesaktian. Biarlah dia merhaban , berpelukan dengan Hj Hadi Awang, yg putih mata melihat Mat Sabu jadi menteri pertahanan, dan dia masih meroyan dan bimbang menunggu keputusan hakim di London April tahun depan kes saman malunya terhadap Clare RewCastle Brown, editor Sarawak Report. Kalau nasib tak baik, dan dia kalah besar kemungkinan akan menghadapi tindakan undang-undang pula dari editor tersebut. Mungkinkah Hj Hadi gadai serban dan jubah kelak? Allah saja yang maha tahu.

Wahai ahli-ahli UMNO dan PAS, mari-mari-mari tinggalkan parti kalian dan sertai PH kalau hendak berjuang melalui perjuangan 'Malaysia Baru'. - Yahaya Ismail

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Najib mengaku tak bersalah 4 tuduhan 
rasuah, 21 pengubahan wang haram...

Bekas perdana menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak mengaku tidak bersalah dan mohon dibicarakan atas empat tuduhan rasuah berjumlah RM2.3 bilion melibatkan dana 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) yang dimasukkan ke akaun peribadi beliau.

Empat pertuduhan tersebut dibuat mengikut Seksyen 23 (1) dan 24 (1) Akta Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) 2009.

Najib, 65 turut mengaku tidak bersalah atas 21 pertuduhan mengikut Seksyen 4 (1) (a) - Akta Pencegahan Pengubahan Wang Haram dan Pencegahan Pembiayaan Keganasan 2001 (AMLATFA) melibatkan jumlah lebih RM3.5 bilion.



Beliau membuat pengakuan itu selepas kesemua pertuduhan itu dibacakan secara berasingan di hadapan Hakim Azura Alwi.

Pendakwaan diketuai bekas Hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram manakala peguam Tan sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah mengetuai barisan pembelaan.


Hakim Mahkamah Sesyen Kuala Lumpur Azura Alwi menetapkan ikat jamin terhadap bekas perdana menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak sebanyak RM3.5 juta berhubung 25 pertuduhan yang dihadapinya.


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Songlap 2.6billion dapat keistimewaan? Why?

Hakim Azura juga mengarahkan wang ikat jamin itu mesti dibayar secara penuh pada 28 Sept.

Peguam Najib, Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah memberi jaminan sebanyak RM1 juta akan dibayar esok, manakala RM500,000 akan dibayar setiap hari sehingga tarikh itu.

Dua individu dinamakan sebagai penjamin iaitu Mohd Nizar Najib dan Mohd Shahrir Arifin.

Keputusan ini bermakna Najib terlepas daripada bermalam di penjara pada malam ini.


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Datuk Seri Najib Razak mengalu-alukan perbicaraan terhadapnya berhubung dana RM2.6 bilion dan menyifatkannya sebagai peluang untuk membersihkan namanya.

"Isu RM2.6 bilion telah diguna habis-habisan untuk mengutuk, memburuk dan mencaci saya selama ini. Dengan pertuduhan hari ini, ia akan beri peluang kepada saya untuk membersihkan nama.

"Saya bukan seorang pencuri. Dan mudah-mudahan perjalanan (perbicaraan) akan berkesudahan dengan kebenaran ditegakkan," katanya kepada pemberita di Mahkamah Sesyen Kuala Lumpur hari ini. - mk
A star-studded, scandal: Jho Low's $5 bil.heist

20 September 1998 - Anwar Ibrahim
20 September 2018 - Najib Razak
From the same mastermind...

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Antara penyokong Najib dan Anwar...

Penyokong Najib sudah merungut dan marah hanya dihalang daripada masuk ke mahkamah ramai ramai.

Halangan itu kecil berbanding dengan apa dihadapi oleh para penyokong Anwar diera reformasi dulu. 

Ada penyokong Anwar diketuk dengan cota, disembur dengan air berkimia, digari dan sebagainya. Kalau penyokong Najib setakat dihalang itu belum ada apa apalah.

Kata orang itu hanya permulaan sahaja. Saya akan iktiraf kegigihan penyokong Najib apabila memberi sokongan Najib sehingga dialami oleh penyokong Anwar dulu. 

Dengar khabar 3 juta ahli UMNO turun... kah!!! 5x - MSO

UMNO digging its own grave...

In under 24 hours, two senior Umno leaders -- former international trade and industry minister Mustapa Mohamed and former foreign minister Anifah Aman -- have left the party.

The close contacts between Umno and PAS in recent weeks, including Umno top leaders showing up at PAS muktamar, have prompted these two relatively moderate Umno leaders to finalize their exit plans.

Both Mustapa and Anifah are members of parliament, and their departure has brought the number of MPs quitting Umno after GE14 to five, and further slashed the number of Umno MPs to 49.

Will there be more in the days to come? How will the Umno leadership view the current wave of exodus? Any new development henceforth is bound to impact the country's political landscape.

In his statement, Mustapa said he made up his mind seeing that Umno's current direction is no longer consistent with what he has always believed, and that there are few signs the leaders are putting sufficient effort to revive the party.



Meanwhile, Anifah said he left because he wanted to defend the rights of Sabahans, and he has earlier expressed his support for PM Mahathir's statement on equal partner status for Sabah and Sarawak.

As a matter of fact, many Umno leaders hold the same views as Mustapa. Despite a change in leadership post-GE14, Umno has so far not set a goal for its future.

Having failed in its bid to form an alliance with PAS, Umno is now looking at other parties in hope of seeking a shortcut to return to the core of power, without making an attempt to restore the lost public confidence.

Umno should at least show to the grassroots that the party is putting some effort to reform itself. Lacking of this gesture has no doubt frustrated many party members.

Mustapa has as early as May openly criticized the existence of warlords in the party. These people are arrogant, brazenly practicing money politics and boosting their own support through racist politics.



Former Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin has said party president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi should take full responsibility for the exodus. Unfortunately his predecessor Najib has come to his defence.

Certain supreme council leaders have also accused Pakatan Harapan of spreading rumors to hurt Umno's morale. And Lokman Adam says this provides an opportunity for Umno to clean up the house so that the party can start afresh after the departure of those unhappy with Umno-PAS cooperation.

What he says is putting more chill in the moderate leaders in Umno.

Umno has deflected from the path of moderation as it makes no effort to woo back the lost support from Muslim Malays and other ethnic communities. The party leadership even condones the acts of some grassroots leaders playing the racist religious cards.

This will only make Umno and BN increasingly irrelevant in this country and remotely likely to return to Putrajaya in near future. - mysinchew

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20 September 2018

Najib tidoq dalam lockup SPRM...

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Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) menahan bekas perdana menteri, Najib Razak sebentar tadi.

Penahanan Najib dilakukan ke atas siasatan wang RM2.6 bilion yang diterima Najib melalui akaun bank AmIslamic pada 2014.

Najib dijangka akan didakwa secara rasmi petang esok di Mahkamah Sesyen Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Duta dan akan dibawa ke sana kira-kira jam 3 petang.


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Penyokong2 Najib berkumpul di hadapan ibu pejabat 
SPRM di Putrajaya sebagai tanda solidariti 

Bekas presiden Umno itu dipanggil ke ibu pejabat SPRM di Putrajaya jam 3 petang dan ditahan secara rasmi jam 4.13 petang menurut sumber.

“Najib akan menghadapi beberapa pertuduhan di bawah Seksyen 23(1) Akta SPRM 2009 setelah mendapat izin mendakwa daripada Pejabat Peguam Negara.

Sebelum ini, bekas presiden Umno itu dikenakan tujuh dakwaan berhubung syarikat subsidiari 1MDB, SRC International Sdn.


Tuduhan itu berkaitan dengan pengubahan wang haram dan penyalahgunaan kuasa semasa berada menjadi perdana menteri.



“Najib akan dibawa ke Mahkamah Sesyen Kuala Lumpur esok (20 September), jam 3.00 petang untuk pertuduhan di mahkamah," kata kenyataan itu.

Selain itu, menurut kenyataan berkenaan, SPRM akan bekerjasama dengan Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) bagi merakam percakapan Najib sebelum beliau dibawa ke mahkamah esok.

Ini bagi membantu siasatan pihak polis mengikut Akta Pencegahan Pengubahan Wang Haram, Pencegahan Pembiayaan Keganasan dan Hasil Daripada Aktiviti Haram (AMLATFPUAA) 2001. - f/bk

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Kurang 24 jam, UMNO 
hilang 2 pemimpin kanan...

Dalam tempoh kurang 24 jam, Umno hilang dua pemimpin kanannya.

Bekas Menteri Luar Datuk Seri Anifah Aman dilaporkan media bertindak keluar Umno, selepas Ahli Majlis Tertinggi Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed mengambil langkah serupa.

Menurut sumber yang dipetik media, Anifah yang juga Ahli Parlimen Kimanis itu menyerahkan surat peletakan jawatannya kepada Setiausaha Agung Umno, Tan Sri Annuar Musa.

Anifah sebelum ini mencuri tumpuan apabila bersama-sama Ahli Parlimen Rembau Khairy Jamaluddin, enggan mengikut karenah Ahli Parlimen pembangkang lain yang meninggalkan Dewan Rakyat sebagai protes terhadap pelantikan Datuk Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof sebagai speaker Dewan Rakyat ke-14.

Sementara itu, Mustapa dalam kenyataan media semalam berkata beliau keluar Umno kerana menganggap hala tuju parti itu kini tidak selari dengan prinsip politik yang menjadi pegangannya.

“Dan (hala tuju parti) tidak ada banyak usaha yang meyakinkan bahawa proses rejuvenasi parti telah bermula,” katanya.


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Malah pemimpin Umno Kelantan itu menegaskan Umno seharusnya menjadi parti yang “inklusif, moderat dan berhaluan tengah” tanpa mengetepikan kepentingan kaum dan agama lain.

“Inilah jalan terbaik dalam kerangka negara Malaysia yang majmuk.

“Untuk menjadi relevan dalam dinamika politik nasional hari ini, Umno selaku peneraju BN tidak boleh bergantung kepada sokongan orang-orang Melayu dan Bumiputera semata-mata,” ujarnya.

Ahli Parlimen Iskandar Puteri, Lim Kit Siang dalam reaksinya terhadap peletakan jawatan Mustafa berkata ia membuktikan bahawa politik Malaysia kini di landasan yang baharu.

“Saya baru sahaja mendapat berita bahawa salah seorang pemimpin Umno yang paling dihormati dan bekas Menteri Umno, Datuk Mustapha Mohamad, baru sahaja meletak jawatan daripada Umno kerana beliau mahu Umno menjadi lebih inklusif dan moderat.

“Ini adalah bukti terbaru bahawa politik Malaysia berada di landasan baharu dan mereka yang merancang untuk memusnahkan kerajaan Pakatan Harapan mungkin akan hancur terlebih dahulu jika mereka berterusan menggunakan ekstremisme yang belum pernah terjadi sebelumnya dalam mengeksploitasi politik kaum, agama, kebencian, ketakutan dan pembohongan,” katanya dalam kenyataan, hari ini. – Roketkini.com

“Good Guy” Mustapa Quits, 
UMNO Disintegration Has Begun...

UMNO (United Malays National Organisation), the biggest political party in Malaysia, has begun disintegrating with the shock resignation of party stalwart Mustapa Mohamed from the party. After the Barisan Nasional (BN) came crashing down from being the ruling coalition for over 60 years to a sinking ship after its stunning defeat in May 9th polls, its UMNO turn to disintegrate.

Spectacularly, by June, the mighty BN was as good as gone. From 13 parties in a unique power-sharing arrangement not seen anywhere else, it has since reduced to just three with the other 10 jumping ship. After losing control of the Parliament to Pakatan Harapan coalition, winning a total of only 79 parliamentary seats, BN was left with 57 seats after the mass defection.

While UMNO (54 seats) – the backbone of BN – together with MCA (1 seat) and MIC (2 seats) were busy licking their wounds, three UMNO MPs leave the party. With only 51 seats in the 222 parliamentary seats, it was bad enough for the Malay-based party. However, with Mustapa quitting the party after serving for 40 years, it seems UMNO has yet to see its worst.

Even after UMNO was hammered to 51 seats (from 120 seats contested), the remaining expired warlords have continued to sing songs of self-praise. Arrogantly, they have resorted to chest-thumping, bragging the party was still the biggest political party despite losing their shirts. Mr. Mustapa’s resignation leaves UMNO with 50 seats, same as Pakatan’s PKR party.

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It’s a matter of time before PKR becomes the biggest political party, something unthinkable before the May 9th general election. Why is Mustapa’s resignation a big deal? As former International Trade and Industry minister, he was one of very few respected UMNO leaders left. In fact, going by UMNO’s standard, he was considered the cleanest, moderate and most humble warlord.

“The party has not made any effort to convince me that it is rejuvenating itself. To become relevant in the current dynamic nature of national politics, UMNO as the anchor of BN cannot merely rely on the support of Malays and Bumiputera only. I see no sign that the majority of the multiracial and multi-religious people will believe in UMNO’s cause,” – said Mustapa Mohamed, popularly known as Tok Pa.

Mr. Mustapa, of course, was referring to UMNO’s leadership who has chosen to sleep with extremist Islamist party PAS, clearly out of desperation. Under the clueless, directionless and weakleadership of Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, the new UMNO president has agreed to a formal political collaboration with PAS after he attended the opening of the PAS general assembly on September 15.

In essence, UMNO President Zahid Hamidi allows PAS President Hadi Awang to lead him around by the nose. Yes, the Malay nationalist party has been reduced to such a pathetic state that its president has taken the easy way out – letting its once arch-rival PAS calling the shot. Zahid, whose middle name is thug or gangster, has absolutely no idea how to drive the party.

Heck, Zahid is so weak that he declares that the brothel house UMNO is open for business – everyone, friends or foes, is welcome to join the orgy party. Without the gravy trains that had been feeding the corrupt party for decades, all the 191 warlords and its self-proclaimed 3 million members were fabulously disillusioned, demoralised and de-motivated.


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More importantly, Mustapa’s departure confirms that UMNO is destroyed beyond repair. Make no mistake about it. He can easily tell all and sundry that he is retiring, not merely resigning. But he didn’t, suggesting that like other frogs he wishes to jump ship to the new ruling government Pakatan Harapan. However, the 93-year-old PM Mahathir knew all the tricks of the trade.

Prime Minister Mahathir said Mustapa’s departure from UMNO as something that the former International Trade and Industry Minister should have done earlier. The PM said – “UMNO is already damaged. He should have left earlier. A bit late though. But (If he is interested to join Pakatan Harapan), he has to prove that he is different than before.”

Exactly what and how Mustapa needs to prove himself before allowed to join the club is the million dollar question that the 191 UMNO warlords wanted to know too. Having addicted to free flow of cash and contracts for years, those parasites couldn’t wait a day longer to jump ship to greener pastures. Yes, Mustapa’s quitting will open the floodgate for more to do the same.

Now do you understand why Mahathir actually enjoys himself with popcorn and Coke seeing how UMNO and PAS proudly and boastfully hugged and kissed each other, fantasizing about the creation of a new “Pakatan Malaysia” coalition to wrest the federal government from Pakatan Harapan? The old man was giving them enough rope to hang themselves by not arresting those who had expressed seditious remarks.

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Putting UMNO Zahid Hamidi and PAS Hadi Awang together in a room is a recipe to disaster. Mahathir does not need to de-register UMNO to kill it. Nor does Mahathir need to recite some Quranic verses to impress upon Muslims that he’s more Islamic than PAS. Mr. Zahid and Mr. Hadi are doing an excellent job killing each other’s party by formally working together.

The alliance between UMNO and PAS is like Saudi Arabia sleeping together with Iran. If UMNO and PAS can work together without their respective grassroots killing each other, then Sunni-led Saudi and Shia-led Iran would have been one big happy family since 1,400 years ago. You do know PAS have sympathised and supported the 1979 Iranian revolution led by Ayatollah Khomeini, don’t you?

Considering the Sunni-Muslims and Shia-Muslims would gladly slaughter each other than the infidel “kafir” non-Muslims as can be seen in conflicts in the Middle East, you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to predict the results of UMNO-PAS cooperation. Thanks to PAS’ past indoctrination against UMNO,  PAS grassroots actually look down upon the un-Islamic and evil UMNO-Muslims.

The point is simple. If Zahid’s plan to work with PAS is the best invention since sliced bread, there’s absolutely no reason for Mustapa Mohamed to resign in the first place. Now that “a good man” has given up hope, it would set tongue wagging amongst 3-million UMNO grassroots and embolden more leaders to leave in droves. Goodbye UMNO!!! - ft

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Rembau dah mula mengampu PH.Dah tu 
duduk apa lagi dlm tong najis UMNOPAS?

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cheers.

19 September 2018

Bukan mudah nak jel Najib...


Melakukan perubahan pentadbiran dan memenjarakan seorang bekas Perdana Menteri bukanlah semudah teriakan reformasi dan pangkah kertas undi.

Ia lebih besar dan sukar daripada itu. Janji mudah dibuat, tetapi sukar dipenuhi. Reformasi mudah diteriakkan, tetapi sukar dilaksanakan.

Inilah realiti politik perubahan – the politics of change.

Rakyat jelata memilih perubahan dengan mengundi Pakatan Harapan (PH) walaupun berbagai-bagai halangan dikenakan oleh kerajaan Barisan Nasional (BN). Tetapi kegigihan rakyat jelata mengatasi segala-galanya.

Maka memang patutlah rakyat jelata menuntut hak mereka. Hak untuk hidup lebih senang, aman dan tenteram. Sesukar mana pun, janji wajib ditepati.

Sebab itulah kita wajib kritikal dan bertindak tegas terhadap para pemimpin PH, khasnya yang menganggotai Kabinet dan Majlis Kerja Kerajaan Negeri (Exco), jika mereka tidak tekun menjalankan tugas apatah lagi menyeleweng dan mabuk kuasa.

Pemimpin PH wajib diawasi dan ditegur jika ternampak lebih mengutamakan kepentingan diri, kelompok, keluarga, intrigue dan persekongkolan daripada berkhidmat untuk rakyat jelata.

Sekarang adalah waktu bekerja untuk negara dan rakyat jelata bukan untuk berkomplot, memuaskan nafsu dan melakukan intrigue politik.

Serentak dengan mengisi keperluan harian rakyat jelata dan menunaikan janji-janji pilihan raya, rakyat juga perlu diberi tunjuk ajar bahawa bukan senang membuat perubahan, mereformasi institusi dan menyumbatkan penjahat ke dalam penjara.

Kita tahu rakyat jelata tidak sabar hendak melihat Datuk Seri Mappadulung Daeng Mattimung Karaeng Sanrobone Mohd Najib Abdul Razak dan konco-konco beliau dicampakkan ke dalam penjara. Kalau boleh sekarang juga.


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Perbicaraan Makan Masa

Kita wajib ceritakan kepada mereka bahawa Najib dan orang yang bersekongkol dengan beliau akan menerima balasan, tetapi bukan esok atau lusa. Proses pengadilan adalah rumit dan memakan masa.

Dua kes awal terhadap beliau, iaitu pengubahan wang haram (money laundering) dan penyalahgunaan kuasa bersabit SRC International Sdn Bhd akan hanya dibicarakan tahun depan – antara 12 hingga 28 Februari dan 4 hingga 29 Mac.

Itu penetapan awal. Belum tentu lagi akan ditepati kerana pihak pendakwa dan pembela boleh memohon kepada mahkamah untuk membuat pindaan dan peguam-peguam bela Najib tentulah akan membuat berbagai-bagai helah untuk membebaskan beliau daripada tuduhan.

Kalau kita ambil kes yang melibatkan pemimpin politik, iaitu perbicaraan liwat kedua Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim sebagai contoh, ia mengambil masa lebih empat tahun (2010-2015) untuk diselesaikan. Beliau didapati bersalah, dipenjarakan selama lima tahun dan mendapat pengampunan diraja pada 16 Mei lalu.

Justeru itu kita kena faham dan sabar sikitlah jika perbicaraan Najib dan konco-konco beliau mengambil masa yang lama.

Setakat ini baru seorang konco beliau turut dituduh bersabit wang haram 1MDB/SRC iaitu peguam beliau, Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah. Shafee adalah pendakwa raya kes liwat kedua Anwar. Baca seterusnya...
Perjalanan Dr M sebagai PM Malaysia ke-7

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Dr. M:Mustapa's exit from UMNO 
'a little late' 

Former international trade and industry minister Mustapa Mohamed left it a little late to make his exit from Umno, believes Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Commenting on the resignation, the prime minister said Mustapa should have realised the damage within Umno earlier.

"Perhaps his realisation (about the state of Umno) is a little too late. He should have realised this early on.

"Umno is ruined. And he's only leaving now. But it's okay," he said, after attending the Malaysia Franchise Awards 2018 at the Putrajaya Marriott Hotel in IOI Resort City.

When asked if Mustapa would be welcomed into Pakatan Harapan, Mahathir said he would first have to show that he is "different."

"If he wants to join Harapan, he has to show that he is different from before," he said, without elaborating further.

Mustapa's announcement came as a shock as he had won a seat on the Umno supreme council with the largest share of votes in the recent party election.

He said that he decided to leave because the path being taken by Umno to revive itself was a departure from the inclusivity and moderation he believes it should stand for.

"Considering this, after self-reflection and deep thought, I have taken the decision to resign as an Umno member after more than 40 years of serving the party," he said, adding that the task of addressing Umno’s trust deficit has become increasingly difficult. - mk


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cheers.