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Saturday, April 25, 2015

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Hundreds back Dr M during biting speech on Najib

Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad arrives at the K Klub in Kuala Lumpur today. Hundreds who attended the talk showed their support for the former prime minister as he continued to attack Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Najjua Zulkefli, April 25, 2015.Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad arrives at the K Klub in Kuala Lumpur today. Hundreds who attended the talk showed their support for the former prime minister as he continued to attack Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Najjua Zulkefli, April 25, 2015.
More than 1,000 people, including civil servants and civil society leaders, showed that Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad was not "alone" when they cheered the former prime minister on in his two-hour meet-the-people session at a club in Kuala Lumpur this morning.
This was the first time Dr Mahathir took his attacks against Datuk Seri Najib Razak to the grassroots level, after earlier lampooning the prime minister in his blog and urging him to leave office.
The shouts and cheers from the crowd which had gathered as early as 8.30am began as Dr Mahathir stepped out of his vehicle at the K Klub and continued as the statesman walked the 50m aisle to the stage.

Also spotted were former law minister Datuk Zaid Ibrahim, former Selangor menteri besar Tan Sri Muhammad Muhd Taib, and former health director-general Tan Sri Dr Ismail Merican, who is part of the G25 group.
After a brief speech by Ridhuan, Dr Mahathir took on the podium and the riveted crowd, made up of older people of different races, who clung on to every word the retired statesman said, as he touched on a myriad of issues but concentrated on criticising Najib’s leadership of the country.
He spoke for an hour about the debt-ridden 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), businessman Jho Low, his respect for Tun Abdul Razak, Najib's daughter's lavish wedding reception and many more that left the crowd dazed.
They were responsive to his speech, cheering every time he called for Najib to step down as prime minister and laughing at his wit and sarcasm.
The crowd also could not wait to begin asking him questions on the issues he had raised about Najib, his administration and policies that have not set well with the people, including about the goods and services tax.
This was evident with the number of those who clamoured to the microphone, hoping for a chance to address the influential former premier and hear him answer their query.
One man asked Dr Mahathir what he thought of the GST, which the government had introduced as a solution to its depleting funds.
"I think they should just abolish it," Dr Mahathir replied.
"If they wanted to add on the sales and services tax, that would have been alright but to introduce a system that even the officers are not sure about... it is a bit too much."
Lecturer Dr Ridhuan Tee speaks during a talk featuring former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in Kuala Lumpur today. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Najjua Zulkefli, April 25, 2015. Lecturer Dr Ridhuan Tee speaks during a talk featuring former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in Kuala Lumpur today. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Najjua Zulkefli, April 25, 2015.When asked if he would be willing to give the prime ministerial role another shot, he lamented that his time had passed.
"I admit it is hard. My time is over. But if they want my opinion, then it's all right," he said, much to the disappointment of the crowd.
Dr Mahathir, who had only last week lamented that he felt as if he were alone in his quest for answers over various issues he had raised, was swarmed by the crowd.
He also took digs at Najib on this who had suggested he was not alone in leading the country.
Dr Mahathir alleged that all show of confidence towards the Najib administration was staged.
“They say ‘I support PM’. When there is an event they sing the IM4U song. But is that real support?
“They can be paid to say those things. They may say it because they are afraid to lose their allowances or lose their positions. We will never know,” he said.
“But even so, he says ‘I am not alone’," he added.
Despite the crowd, diehard Dr Mahathir supporters pushed their way through the mob in order to get his autograph and a selfie with him.
Observers commented that only few people commanded such overwhelming reception, not even Najib, despite the tremendous support he had received from Umno members over the last week after Dr Mahathir's criticism.
- TMI

WOW! SO MUCH MONEY, NAJIB & ROSMAH: Dr M questions 'wedding of the century'

WOW! SO MUCH MONEY, NAJIB & ROSMAH: Dr M questions 'wedding of the century'
AMPANG — After taking a swipe on Datuk Seri Najib Razak and his wife’s lavish lifestyle, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today directed his attacks on the prime minister’s daughter’s wedding in a move apparently aimed at highlighting the former’s questionable wealth.
The former prime minister said the wedding was organised with such extravagance that it could be labeled as “the wedding of the century”, noting that even he could not afford to organise such weddings for his four children when he was in office.
“When his daughter got married, look at the wedding.
"Wow. It was like a wedding of the century.
"Not the wedding of the year, but the wedding of the century,” he told a packed townhall meeting held here.
“When my four children got married, did anyone know? No. You didn’t even hear of it,” he added. - Malay Mail

Dr Mahathir tak faham GST, kata Ahmad Maslan

Timbalan Menteri Kewangan Datuk Ahmad Maslan mengatakan peratus GST jelas merupakan cukai lebih rendah berbanding SST, dan Tun Dr Mahathir tidak diberi penerangan lengkap tentangnya. – Gambar fail The Malaysian Insider, 25 April, 2015.Timbalan Menteri Kewangan Datuk Ahmad Maslan mengatakan peratus GST jelas merupakan cukai lebih rendah berbanding SST, dan Tun Dr Mahathir tidak diberi penerangan lengkap tentangnya. – Gambar fail The Malaysian Insider, 25 April, 2015.
Datuk Ahmad Maslan menyifatkan Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad sebagai tidak faham dengan cukai barangan dan perkhidmatan (GST) selepas bekas perdana menteri itu mahu sistem cukai baharu dimansuhkan.
Timbalan menteri kewangan itu berkata, Dr Mahathir mungkin tidak menerima penerangan terperinci sehingga mengeluarkan kenyataan sedemikian.
"Saya rasa orang di sekelilingnya tidak memberi penerangan lengkap lagi terperinci mengenai GST kepada Dr Mahathir.
Dr Mahathir hari ini mengulangi pendiriannya menggesa Putrajaya membatalkan pelaksanaan GST diperkenalkan 1 April lalu kerana pegawai pegawai kerajaan yang melaksanakan sistem cukai baharu itu sendiri tidak memahaminya.
Beliau sebaliknya menyarankan kerajaan seharusnya hanya menaikkan kadar cukai jualan dan perkhidmatan.
"Saya fikir batal sajalah," katanya disambut dengan sorakan dan tepukan gemuruh kira-kira 1000 hadirin di Kelab K, Taman Melawati, Selangor hari ini.
Ini bukan kali pertama Dr Mahathir menyatakan pendirian sedemikian, sebelum ini beliau memberi gambaran Barisan Nasional (BN) bakal hilang undi jika GST terus dilaksanakan mengambilkira beban yang terpaksa ditanggung oleh rakyat.
Pelaksanaan GST menimbulkan kemarahan orang ramai terutamanya rakyat bawahan kerana terpaksa berdepan dengan satu sistem cukai yang lebih menyeluruh dan menyaksikan kenaikan harga pelbagai barangan keperluan.
Bagaimanapun, Ahmad seringkali mempertahankan GST dengan mengatakan harga barangan dan perkhidmatan menjadi lebih murah.
Malah pelajar Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) baru-baru ini juga mencetuskan kontroversi apabila mengecam Ahmad dalam sebuah forum yang diadakan di Shah Alam.
Selain itu, Ahmad juga menjadi bahan ejekan di dalam media sosial ekoran kenyataannya yang hanya menambah kemarahan orang ramai.
- TMI

Further USD$330 million Went Straight To Jho Low’s Good Star Limited From 1MDB! NEW EXCLUSIVE

Further USD$330 million Went Straight To Jho Low’s Good Star Limited From 1MDB! NEW EXCLUSIVE
Investing in growth or siphoning out Malaysia's borrowed money?
Investing in growth or siphoning out Malaysia’s borrowed money?
New documents obtained by Sarawak Report show that in 2011 the company Good Star Limited, which is controlled by the businessman friend of the Finance Minister, Jho Low, received the entirety of a further USD$330 million ‘loan’ that had been authorised by the development fund 1MDB, supposedly in favour of its former joint venture partner PetroSaudi International.
Good Star Limited is based in the Seychelles, but incorporated in the Cayman Islands and it has a bank account in Zurich. A signatory is Seet Li Lin, who is Jho Low’s deputy.
Jho Low has repeatedly maintained that he has held no role in 1MDB and made no profit from its investment dealings.
Good Star - recipient of USD$330 million from 1MDB
Good Star – recipient of USD$330 million from 1MDB
Yet, Sarawak Report has already revealed that PetroSaudi Directors had agreed to “act as front” for Jho Low and that out of a total of USD1.5 billion already invested in PetroSaudi  between Sept 2009 and Sept 2010, $860 million had been secretly siphoned into Good Star’s RBS Coutts account in Zurich.
Good Star's Zurich account
Good Star’s Zurich account
Now, official investigators have ascertained that a further USD$330 million, which 1MDB had sought approval to lend to PetroSaudi in May 2011, also all went straight to Good Star Limited instead.
This money had been funded by “ringgit borrowing from offshore banks and the balance of the Sukuk Murabaha proceeds” said official investigators, reporting earlier this month to Malaysia’s regulatory authorities.
How the transfer was declared in 1MDB's official accounts
How the transfer was declared in 1MDB’s official accounts – it was alleged the money went to PetroSaudi International in 2012
The money was transferred in four separate tranches in the form of USD currency ($30 million + $65 million + $110 million + $125 million) straight into Good Star Limited’s RBS Coutts, Zurich account.
Yet approval had only been granted by the regulators for 1MDB to lend the money to 1MDB PetroSaudi Limited (BVI) on the basis that it was to “finance on-going overseas investment in the oil and gas sector”.
The rational for the approval was:
“To pursue a strategic and global partnership in the energy sector and promoting foreign direct investment into Malaysia”
There was no mention made of the company Good Star in the 1MDB application and neither was approval granted for the money to be sent to Good Star.
Nevertheless all four of the payments totalling $330 million from two separate banks in Malaysia went straight to Good Star Limited, according to the documents we hold.
All the money went to Good Star's account at Coutts according to the official papers (code names redacted)
All the money went to Good Star’s account at Coutts according to the official papers (code names redacted)

Inter-governmental agreement’ approved by Ministry of Finance

The application presented by 1MDB for this alleged loan had claimed that it was “part of the government to government initiative between Malaysia and Saudi Arabia specifically to explore investment opportunities in the energy sector“, say the investigators.
Yet there is scant evidence of any such formal inter-governmental agreement between the two countries.
Neither has there been any evidence whatsoever of any investment by the PetroSaudi International in Malaysia, apart from the buy out of the Taib family’s UBG bank, which Sarawak Report has now demonstrated was alsofinanced by 1MDB.
Even so, 1MDB had stated in its application to the financial controllers that its lending to 1MDB PetroSaudi (BVI) had been approved by the Minister of Finance and the Board of Directors of 1MDB, say the official investigators.
The money did not go to 1MDB PetroSaudi (BVI), however.  It went to Good Star Limited, controlled by Jho Low.

Misleading information to the financial authorities

Most shockingly, the investigation has further established that the USD$330 million, which was sent to Good Star was officially reported to Malaysia’s Bank Negara as having been paid to the PetroSaudi company 1MDB PetroSaudi.
All such large foreign payment transactions need under Malaysian regulations to be the subject of a so-called ITIS Report [International Transactions Information System].
Under this report it was stated that the money had gone to PetroSaudi’s parent company’s account.
The foreign exchange reports informed the Bank Negara that the money had been sent to the parent company of PetroSaudi International
The foreign exchange reports informed the Bank Negara that the money had been sent to the parent company of PetroSaudi International (code names redacted)
The question now is who was responsible for providing this misleading information that Good Star Limited was a subsidiary company of PetroSaudi International?
Also, why did none of the banks involved in any of these transactions ever see fit to file a suspicious transaction report?
There is also a growing incredulity as to how USD$1.103 billion can still be remaining from this ill fated PetroSaudi investment and sitting in a BSI bank account in Singapore as the Finance Ministry is currently claiming?
Sitting pretty - PetroSaudi bought a drill ship with the money from 1MDB and is now licensed to a profitable oil concession off Venezuela. But, what really came back to 1MDB and who was the buyer who allegedly bought up the fund's loan investment in the company?
Sitting pretty – PetroSaudi bought a drill ship with the money from 1MDB and is now licensed to a profitable oil concession off Venezuela. But, what really came back to 1MDB and who was the buyer who allegedly bought up the fund’s loan investment in the company?
Out of a total of at least USD$1.93 billion that Sarawak Report calculates was lent to PetroSaudi we now see that USD$1.19 billion went to Good Star Limited.
Earlier this week we revealed that the Singapore authorities have identified that over USD$500 million then passed through Jho Low’s own BSI accounts from Good Star during the period 2011 – 2013.
Yet the Minister of Finance has claimed in a series of statements that USD$2.3 billion was ‘redeemed’ from the PetroSaudi investment in 2012 and that USD$1.103 billion of that money is still sitting in cash in 1MDB’s Brazen Sky account in Singapore.
He says the reason he does not want to repatriate the cash to Malaysia to pay off some of 1MDB’s pressing debts is because it would involve getting permissions from the Malaysian Central Bank Negara.
Is it time for the Auditor General to ring BSI bank and check the 1MDB account? -Sarawak Report

Alamak !! The Economist Calls Najib "Thuggish" !!

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You can read The Economist's article here :

Here is a quick gist :
Repression in Malaysia
 
Disconnect

  • thuggish government playing racial politics. 
  • Najib Razak should be dressed down
  • Najib paints his country as model of moderate Islam
  • multicultural democracy and a beacon of tolerance
  • spoken of scrapping oppressive laws and nurturing a creative economy
  • spin-doctors explain their liberal master to vanquish reactionary forces in UMNO
  • prone to cronyism and political thuggery
  • time to call Mr Najib out on widening gulf between spin and substance
  • growing scandal over dubious connections and misused funds at 1MDB
  • Malaysia’s human-rights record is of even greater concern
  • in 2013  lost the popular vote for the first time
  • activists and opposition figures arrested under Sedition Act
  • once promised to remove it now plans to strengthen (Sedition Act)
  • harsher punishments and forbidding speech that denigrates Islam 
  • Among those already arrested under Sedition Act are opponents of hudud..
  • encouraging Islamists, government is fanning racial and religious divisions
  • Malaysia’s friends should be blunter about this 
  • They should condemn Malaysia’s corruption, decaying freedoms
  • Until matters improve, not only should golf be off the agenda
  • so too should prime minister’s hoped-for trip to Washington this year.
My comments : Firstly let me make myself clear that I really dont give a hoot about what the foreign media says about us.  We dont have to measure ourselves by what other people say.

But it is the spineless kangkung guy who has been b*tt kissing the foreign folks, including the foreign media.  Most recently he said that he had full support from outside the country.He said his gomen still received glowing reports from people outside the country.  (Peduli apa kita?)  Effectively admitting that inside the country his supporters are limited to members of the Tuanku Abdul Rahman Club.

But since it was he who said that, he has some explaining to do now. 


How come The Economist is now calling him all sorts of names ? Thuggish means 'samseng'.

'fanning racial and religious divisions' ??

The Economist is even asking the US to cancel Najib's visit to Washington.   The Economist is perhaps the most influential magazine in the UK and is also widely read around the world.

What happened to all the support from overseas which the PM was klentonging about?  I think Najib  has to remove The Economist from his "I am not alone" list.  

To all the kangkung b*tt kissers listen up ok -  the end is nigh. The music will soon stop. Do not be caught still kissing the wrong b*tt.  The Economist has caught a wiff of the real stuff that is floating on the water.  It will gain momentum. 

Just like Slumberjack before - this one cannot be fixed either.  It has to be taken to the pound.

Anyway I received this picture this morning. Some people are dancing at a party. I cannot recognise them at all. Can you guys recognise any vegetables in the crowd?  They say this was a dancing party somewhere between the Himalayas and the Caspian Sea.

Disclaimer : Any individuals in this picture who bear any likeness, real or imaginary, to any of the displays at Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum are purely coincidental and not intentional. For Muslims please note that excessive laughing is not encouraged.

Felda Diaibkan?

Bhai/DeeDee semua..

Sori aaa.. Gua sibuk skit... Ader urusan nak kena setelkan... Nih gua nak citer tentang produk dibawah kawalan Felda... Gua perhatikan stok barang nih memang failed... Bukan setakat sales dier out... Tapi kualiti dier meragukan.... Biler bab kualiti nih.. Orang Malaysia bukannyer main taram ja beli barang,.. Orang Malaysia dah bijak aaaa... Dah pandai buat pilihan...

Contoh dalam kes dibawah nih... Lu agak-agak macam mana boleh nak gerak sales dier kalu stok dier punya kualiti hancuss... Tabley pakai... Out... Berkeladak... Nak guna dan nak makan pon cuak la bhai....

Giler seram la bhai... Hahaha... Errr.. Lu boleh ka rasa nak gunakan produk nih.... Aper pandangan lu orang ... Kalo gua.. Sori aaa.. Banyak lagi pilihan lain... Hahhaa ... Dah macam parafin dah keladak dier.. Hahaha... Ini minyak masak recycle ka... Atau Ghee??? Hahaha