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Friday, February 27, 2015

Beware of this Islamic Converter

AZMIN’S TÊTE-À-TÊTE WITH ANWAR IN SUNGAI BULOH

Dr Wan Azizah initiated the application to make sure that Anwar would remain the Opposition Leader and to make sure that Azmin cannot take over as Opposition Leader. Furthermore, this is also to avoid a by-election, which Dr Wan Azizah feels they cannot win unless PAS supports them. This is crucial because PAS is stronger in that constituency than PKR is.
THE CORRIDORS OF POWER
Raja Petra Kamarudin
Two days after returning from his London trip where he created a furore regarding his reported meeting with Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad — and which he denied — Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali triggered another furore today by visiting the de facto PKR Leader, Anwar Ibrahim, in the Sungai Buloh prison.
It was a four-eyes meeting, what we would normally call a tête-à-tête. Therefore only they know what was discussed, unless there was a bug under the table or you happen to have been the fly on the wall.
Nevertheless, Malaysia being Malaysia, the more people do not know the details the more they would jump to conclusions and make their own assumptions based on speculation and wishful thinking.
The question being asked is was Azmin in Sungai Buloh to explain to Anwar that he did not meet Dr Mahathir in London? Or was he meeting Anwar to brief the latter the details of the London meeting in the event there was a meeting? Or did Azmin meet Dr Mahathir in London at the behest of Anwar and was Azmin in Sungai Buloh to give Anwar a progress report?
And if the meeting between Azmin and Dr Mahathir did happen and if it was at the behest of Anwar what was the purpose of the meeting?
Some say Dr Mahathir wants to team up with Anwar to topple Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak but I would categorise that as wishful thinking because even if Dr Mahathir is pissed with Najib he detests Anwar even more.
Yes, questions upon questions and the more questions with no answers the more people will creatively come up with their own answers. But then is this not the Malaysian thing to do?
Another very interesting question is how did Azmin get to meet Anwar when clearly the prison rules do not allow it, as you can see below. Is Anwar a normal prisoner or a VVIP prisoner who needs not follow the prison rules like everyone else?
If Anwar is VVIP enough to be allowed an exemption of the prison rules then surely he need not be put in a hot and stifling hard-floor cell but can be allowed to sleep in the hospital wing on a bed with a mattress and a fan to keep him cool, like he did the first time around from September 1998 to September 2004.
Anyway, maybe the Minister-in-charge can enlighten us regarding the different status of prisoners. Or does the Minister know nothing because the Director is doing things without any reference to the Ministry? Or is the Director corrupt and is being paid a bribe to close both eyes, as is the normal culture in Malaysia where money can close many eyes. I think the Minister should respond before his enemies, and he has many, start accusing him of being bribed by Anwar.
Interesting, is it not? And they scream that all these allegations of corruption and abuse of power are opposition lies and not true one bit.
Anyway, if I wanted to speculate and if I was asked to speculate as to the reason why Azmin went to Sungai Buloh to meet Anwar for a one-to-one, four-eyes meeting with no bugs and fly on the wall around, I would discount all of the above. Instead I would have my own theory.
It seems, according to Anwar’s lawyers — and which they did announce — Anwar does not want to apply for a pardon. If not then he would more or less be confessing to the crime he has been accused of.
It was his wife, Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, who initiated the application for a pardon. And it seems Anwar is not too happy with this.
Dr Wan Azizah initiated the application to make sure that Anwar would remain the Opposition Leader and to make sure that Azmin cannot take over as Opposition Leader. Furthermore, this is also to avoid a by-election, which Dr Wan Azizah feels they cannot win unless PAS supports them. This is crucial because PAS is stronger in that constituency than PKR is.
Azmin took a great risk by going to Sungai Buloh to meet Anwar. HRH the Sultan of Selangor may not be too pleased with this so Azmin may have to seek an audience with HRH to explain the reason for the visit.
Of course, if Azmin can explain to HRH that the purpose of the visit was to tell Anwar that he is not too happy about Dr Wan Azizah’s move to block him from taking over as the Opposition Leader then HRH might see that visit as positive rather than negative.
On the other hand, Azmin can always tell HRH to mind his own business but I doubt Azmin will do that. After all, Azmin did promise HRH that he would be HRH’s Menteri Besar and not Anwar’s Menteri Besar.
But then I am only speculating and was not the fly on the wall so take what I say as just that: speculation. This is not an ‘I told you so’ article.
Lawatan Penjara

Malaysia only prisoner demands for better quality food


THERE ARE MORE THAN 200,000 PRISONERS IN MALAYSIA.
EVERYONE OF THEM ARE BADLY TREATED.
MOST OF THEM HAVE TO SHARE A CELL.
ANWAR GETS A CELL JUST FOR HIMSELF.
NOW HE COMPLAINS ABOUT HIS FOOD THAT OTHER PRISONERS HAD TO EAT.
IT LOOKS LIKE WE HAVE TO GIVE OUR VIP PRISONER BETTER LIVING CONDITION AND FOOD OTHERWISE THERE IS NO END IN SIGHT.
BUT BEFORE WE DO THAT CAN A WISE DIE-HARD SUPPORTER OF ANWAR ANSWER WHY WE HAVE TO PROTEST AND DEMAND FOR JUSTICE WHAT HE HAS NOT LEARNT IN 1998?
WHILE HE HAD FUN INSIDE PKR HEADQUARTER, DID HE INVITE HIS DIE-HARD SUPPORTERS TO JOIN IN THE TRYST?
I WILL REPEAT AGAIN AND AGAIN THAT I HAD TRIED TO STOP THE SEX TRYST BEFORE THE 13TH GE AND FAILED.
SO DON'T YOU DARE ASK FOR SPECIAL TREATMENT AND FOOD FOR ANWAR.
YOU THINK NURUL AND KAK WAN DOES NOT KNOW ABOUT THE TRYST.
KISS MY ASS.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Help Thy Neighbour

After the 13th GE what has our politicians being doing?
I still see broken drains.
I still see pot holes.
I still rubbish everywhere.
I still see the mismanagement of public transport.
I still see politicians trying to UP each other to see who is a better boss.
There are still many things left untouched, undesired, unthinkable etc .........
Best to sum all is that our politicians have forgotten to SERVE THE RAKYAT.
Today no politicians work to serve but only to spend money and time screwing each other.
Today I am going to give credit to UMNO for doing the right thing after 13th GE.
For once they are not going to contest in Chempaka instead they are going to use the money to concentrate on flood recovery as well as give aid to affected residents in KELANTAN.
Folks I voted for PR in the 13th GE and what do I get.
Anwar, PKR and DAP screwed Kajang voters.
Anwar, PKR and DAP screwed ex-MB Khalid.
Anwar, PKR and DAP screwed PAS.
Anwar, PKR and DAP screwed the Nation.
Anwar, PKR and DAP gave MILLIONS to PasMa TO DESTROY PAS.
DID ANWAR, PKR AND DAP GAVE MILLIONS OR ARE HELPING RESIDENTS IN KELANTAN TO REBUILD THEIR HOMES???????????????????????????

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Retarded Muslim in Malaysia getting out of hand


A 14-year-old schoolboy has alleged that he was locked up in a room in an Islamic missionary centre in Negri Sembilan for more than three hours.


S Thiyaggurudeen said he was locked up before being forced by two of his teachers to lodge a police report against his Hindu father, who is trying to change the boy's religion from Islam to Hindu.

The boy, who goes to a school near Port Dickson said two Muslim teachers took him out of the school on Feb 13 and made him drink some 'air penawar' before forcing him to sign the police report blindly.

He was forced to sign the police report against his father at the Lukut police station, the boy said.

In Malay traditions, 'air penawar' commonly refers to water which is prayed over giving it healing properties.

He related this in a police report he lodged on Feb 17 on the incident, sent to Malaysiakini by PKR leader S Jayathas.

The boy said he was taken to the missionary centre where he was grilled for more than three hours by a group who claimed to be Islamic affairs department officers.

He was eventually rescued by his father who managed to track down the boy's whereabouts.

The teenager is still listed as a Muslim on his MyKad identity card although his father is a Hindu and his mother an Indonesian Muslim.

His father, S Ganesan, had applied to the Syariah Court to change his son's religion but was told he needed to wait until the boy is 18 years of age to obtain his consent.

Hindu, Muslim, back to Hindu

Ganesan said the police report the two teachers forced his son to sign alleged that Ganesan had been physically abusing the boy since 2012 to ensure the boy left Islam.

"Until now, I have not received an explanation from the school as to why the teachers acted in such a manner," an unhappy Ganesan told Malaysiakini.

Ganesan himself was once Muslim. He converted to Islam when he married a Muslim woman in 1982 but was successful with his apostasy application in 1987 along with his wife and three kids.

His second wife, an Indonesian Muslim, left for Indonesia with the couple's second child after divorcing him.

Thiyaggurudeen is the eldest child from Ganesan's second marriage and has faced problems with his identity card and birth certification ever since.

Ganesan tracked down his son after being tipped off by a security guard at his son's school.

Both the teachers, when confronted, denied any suggestion that they took the boy anywhere, Ganesan said.

Teachers or religious officials?

"About three weeks before the incident, the school had acknowledged my request not to teach my son Islamic Studies after I explained his status and his situation to them," he further said.

Ganesan said he lodged a police report regarding his son's ordeal on the night of Feb 13, while Thiyaggurudeen lodged his own police report at the Seremban police station on Feb 17.

Jayathas said that the teachers had acted in an "improper manner" by bringing the child about without the father's consent.

"There is rule of law in this land. There is no need for teachers to behave like religious officials," he said.
 

Malaysia Shameless so-called 'first lady'

Critics tear their hair over Malaysia PM's wife

The wife of Malaysia's prime minister, who is widely mocked over reports of her taste for luxury, drew fresh scorn on Tuesday after she complained about the rising cost of house calls from hairdressers and tailors.
Rosmah Mansor, 63, is a controversial figure in Malaysia, where she is routinely portrayed by critics as out of touch with ordinary citizens struggling to make ends meet.
The wife of Prime Minister Najib Razak handed her critics new fuel with comments on Monday lamenting the 1,200 ringgit ($330) she has to spend on house calls by stylists to dye her substantial head of hair, and 500 ringgit for tailored dresses.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak (C-L) arrives with his wife Rosmah Mansor for an official dinner in Nusa Dua, on Indonesia's island of Bali, in October ...
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak (C-L) arrives with his wife Rosmah Mansor for an official dinner in Nusa Dua, on Indonesia's island of Bali, in October 2013 ©Dita Alangkara (Pool/AFP/File)
"We have to make beautiful clothes to attend functions, but the prices are way too high. For those who can afford, it's all right. But what about housewives like us, with no income?" she was quoted as saying by the Malaysian Insider news portal.
Malaysia's minimum wage is 900 ringgit per month, though critics say it is seldom enforced.
Rosmah made the comments at a public event to discuss the introduction of a new consumer tax in April.
"Is this woman for real? Some families have to live on what she pays to have her hair dyed," said one Facebook user, among a flood of social media postings poking fun at her on Tuesday.
Said a post on Twitter: "I hope to become a poor housewife of a civil servant just like you Rosmah."
Since her husband took office in 2009, Rosmah has faced periodic criticism over reports of luxury overseas shopping sprees.
The New York Times ran a report earlier this month detailing purchases of high-end US real estate by people close to Najib, and said it also had obtained documents showing millions of dollars in jewellery purchases for Rosmah.
In a statement to AFP after the New York Times report, the prime minister's office said "We prefer not to comment on unsourced speculation concerning the private finances and spending of the prime minister and his family."
Malaysian police on February 14 seized a shipment of books lampooning Najib and Rosmah by one of the country's best-known political cartoonists.
Last year an opposition lawmaker was charged with sedition for producing a satirical video that included a character widely viewed as representing Rosmah.
Malaysia's first lady, Rosmah Mansor, pictured during an interview with AFP, in Putrajaya, in 2009

Lost but not forgotten

Missing MH370 data 'strongly suggests' the Malaysia Airlines jet was deliberately flown off course towards ANTARCTICA, experts tell new documentary

  • New documentary tries to find out what happened to flight MH370
  • Satellite data suggests plane flew for hours after losing contact
  • Expert says it 'strongly suggests' it was deliberately flown off course
  • Australian search co-ordinator confident MH370 will be found by May 
  • Flight vanished on March 8, 2014 travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing

Flight MH370 may have been deliberately flown off course by someone in the cockpit, a new documentary claims.
Aviation disaster experts have analysed satellite data from the lost Malaysian Airlines flight and discovered that the plane flew on for hours after losing contact.

Careful examination of the evidence has revealed that MH370 made three turns after the last radio call, first a turn to the left, then two more, taking the plane west, then south towards Antarctica.

According to Malcolm Brenner, a world's leading expert in the causes of aviation disasters, those turns 'strongly suggest' someone in the cockpit deliberately flew MH370 off course.

'This accident has caught the attention of the world in a way I have not seen in a forty-year career in aviation,' Mr Brenner says. 

The claims are being made in a new National Geographic documentary out next month where Mr Brenner and a team of experts try to solve the mystery of MH370. 

This follows confident claims by the Australian co-ordinator of the search that the doomed jetliner will be found within the next few months.

Evidence: According to Malcolm Brenner, a world's leading expert in the causes of aviation disasters, those turns 'strongly suggest' someone in the cockpit deliberately flew MH370 off course
Evidence: According to Malcolm Brenner, a world's leading expert in the causes of aviation disasters, those turns 'strongly suggest' someone in the cockpit deliberately flew MH370 off course
Tracking it down:  Australian Transport Safety Bureau Commissioner Martin Dolan said he was sure his team would unearth the wreckage by then
Tracking it down: Australian Transport Safety Bureau Commissioner Martin Dolan said he was sure his team would unearth the wreckage by then
As the current search for the Malaysia Airlines plane is set to wrap up by the end of May, Australian Transport Safety Bureau Commissioner Martin Dolan said he was hopeful his team would unearth the wreckage by then, News.com.au reported.
But the Joint Agency Co-ordination Centre is remaining tight lipped about the issue, saying the Chinese, Malaysian and Australian governments would be assessing what to do next.
Flight MH370 vanished on March 8, 2014 while travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board.
No trace of the jet has been recovered since then but Mr Dolan believes his team are close to discovering the wreckage.
'I don't wake up every day thinking 'This will be the day' but I do wake up every day hoping this will be it, and expecting that sometime between now and May that will be the day,' Commissioner Dolan told News Corp.
'It's been both baffling and from our point of view unprecedented - not only the mystery of it, but also on the scale of what we're doing to find the aircraft.
'As we keep on pointing out, we don't have a certainty only a confidence that we'll find the missing aircraft.'
The search for MH370 has so far been fruitless, with the crash site initially thought to be in the South China Sea or Gulf of Thailand.
Accident: Relatives of passengers of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 held placards during a protest demanding to know why the Malaysian government had announced recently that the fate of MH370 was an accident
Accident: Relatives of passengers of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 held placards during a protest demanding to know why the Malaysian government had announced recently that the fate of MH370 was an accident

But search efforts were then redirected to the southern part of the Indian Ocean.

This late start meant any trace of the wreckage on the surface of the ocean floor would have sunk and it is thought some of the debris would have appeared on the shores of Sumatra in Western Indonesia.

So far, they have been unsuccessful in tracking down any piece of the aircraft but experts were trying to predict its floating patterns to locate the wreckage site by considering 'how the aircraft would've collided with the water'.

The Joint Agency Co-ordination Centre, which, headed by Australia, is conducting the search says that so far the underwater operations have scoured 22,000 square kilometres of the ocean bed, equalling around 36 per cent of the priority search area. 

It is estimated that if there are no delays with vessels, equipment or from the weather, the underwater search will be mostly finished some time in May.

The 'Go Phoenix' supply ship has remained in the area, 2,500km to the south west of Perth, western Australia, but three vessels involved in the underwater search have this week suspended operations to return to port in Australia for scheduled visits.

Despite months of searching in the area, there have been no sightings of debris on the surface or any clues that the aircraft is lying on the sea bed in region covered so far.