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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

JHO LOW’S DIRTY HAND DETECTED IN GE14: THIS TIME, NO GANGNAM-STYLE PSY – BUT UNPRECEDENTED ‘MONEY FLOWING LIKE WATER’ INTO MALAYSIA TO HELP UMNO-BN ‘STEAL’ GE14

This has never happened before.
Malaysia singled out in an international forum as the No. 1 rogue nation in the world, with the United States Attorney-General Jeff Sessions condemning 1MDB, the brainchild of the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, as “kleptocracy at its worst” at the Global Forum on Asset Recovery (GFAR) co-organised by the UK and US governments on 4th December DC.
Again, never happened before, news reports of Sessions’ castigation of Malaysia as global kleptocracy completely blacked out by UMNO/BN owned and controlled mainstream media, whether online or printed, in the country – whether the New Straits Times, Utusan Malaysia, Berita Harian or The Star.
I shudder to think that if Najib can get away with the 1MDB “kleptocracy at its worst” in the impending 14th General Election, what is there to prevent Malaysia from scaling greater kleptocratic heights after the general election with 2MDB, 3MDB and worse money-laundering scandals which will make 1MDB look like peanuts?
If Najib can get away scot-free from the international multi-billion dollar 1MDB money-laundering scandal, the “wonder boy” of the 1MDB scandal, Penang billionaire Jho Loh may even return to Malaysian shores like a conquering hero to receive a hero’s welcome, although for the past several years, he had become a fugitive from justice cruising from one port-of-all to another in his US$265 million SuperYacht Equanimity, bought from 1MDB funds.
In the 13th General Election, Jho Loh masterminded a special operation against the DAP in Penang and in particular to oust Penang Chief Minister, Lim Guan Eng, from the Air Puteh State Assembly seat, with money flowing ike water in the constituency, with free dinners, free-wheeling angpows and lucky draws costing tens of millions of ringgit in the whole paraphernalia of give-aways to Air Puteh voters.
Would Jho Low operate on a national canvas in the 14GE with money flowing like water to fund gifts and giveaways to the voters of Malaysia to steal the next general election?
If Najib can get away with the 1MDB scandal in the 13th General Election, it would be a double vindication – for Najib and for Jho Loh!
It will be a day of infamy for Malaysia!
– https://blog.limkitsiang.com

DISGRACED KLEPTOCRAT MUGABE & ‘GUCCI’ GRACE TO VISIT MALAYSIA: FOR SURE NAJIB & ‘BIRKIN’ ROSMAH WILL ASK ABOUT HIS ‘IMMUNITY FROM PROSECUTION’ UNDER HIS RESIGNATION DEAL

HARARE: Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe has left the country for medical checks in Singapore, his first foreign travel since the army forced him from office last month, a state security official said.
The 93-year-old, who ruled the southern African nation for 37 years, resigned after the army and his ruling ZANU-PF party turned against him when it became clear that his 52-year-old wife, Grace, was being groomed as his successor.
Until recently the world’s oldest head of state, Mugabe had a reputation for extensive and expensive international travel, including regular medical trips to Singapore – a source of public anger among his impoverished citizens.
He left Harare with Grace and aides on Monday evening, the official said. He is expected to make a stopover in Malaysia, where his daughter, Bona, is expecting a second child.
“He was due for a check-up but events of the last few weeks made it impossible for him to travel.”
The trip means Mugabe will not be in Zimbabwe when ZANU-PF endorses President Emmerson Mnangagwa as its leader and presidential candidate for next year’s elections during a one-day special congress on Friday.
The security official would not say how Mugabe was travelling although the privately owned NewsDay newspaper said he was on a state-owned Air Zimbabwe plane.
Mugabe was granted immunity from prosecution and assured of his safety under his resignation deal, a source of frustration to many Zimbabweans who accused him of looting state coffers and destroying the economy during his time in power.
Another government official said last month Mugabe had been due to travel to Singapore on Nov 16 but was unable to leave because the military had confined him to his private home the previous day.
George Charamba, a senior information ministry official, declined to comment.
Under Zimbabwe’s Presidential Pension and Retirement Benefits Act, a former head of state is entitled to perks including limited foreign travel and medical insurance.
“These are very standard features of a retired president,” another government official said, trying to head off any controversy.
“You are making a storm out of nothing.”
— Reuters

THINK AGAIN NAJIB & AZMIN – IS THE ‘AMPU’ CULTURE REALLY SO STRONG? DR M SHOWS HIS CLASS ABOVE ALL OTHER MALAY LEADERS – BE IT THE SULTANS OR UMNO, EX PM AGAIN SHOWS HE DARES TO STAND UP TO THEM

KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia’s police chief said Tuesday (Dec 12) that Tun Mahathir Mohamad will be hauled up over an alleged insult against the Bugis community, just hours after Selangor’s palace confirmed that awards conferred on the former premier and his wife had been returned following an escalating flap over his October “Bugis pirate” statement.
Repeated criticism by the Sultan of Selangor, who is of Bugis descent, has been damaging for the opposition pact – already being accused of being anti-Malay and Islam – now led by Dr Mahathir.
Just as others of lesser stature before him, Malaysia’s longest-serving leader had to hold his tongue after a month-long row with one of Malaysia’s nine revered Malay kings.
But his act last week of returning the two awards unbidden – given in 1978 and 2003 by the Selangor Palace – followed in turn by Tun Siti Hasmah Ali, also sent a signal that the 92-year-old will not bend his knee to the royals in his quest to unseat Prime Minister Najib Razak.
In a country where engaging in a war of words with a sovereign is akin to treason and deeply unpopular among the Malay majority, the move is the strongest unspoken statement of protest, although Dr Mahathir, whose 22 years in power saw royal powers being limited, responded to such a suggestion by saying “I don’t know, that’s your conclusion?” in a press conference on Tuesday.
But Ms Siti was more forthright in a video statement, saying: “I am a Selangor native and received these high awards from the state, but due to the recent incidents, I felt I needed to support my husband by returning these awards.”
During the “Love Malaysia, end kleptocracy” rally in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, on Oct 14, Dr Mahathir had repeated allegations of graft against Datuk Seri Najib, and called him a descendent of a “Bugis pirate”.
The remark sparked outrage from the Johor and Selangor palaces as well as the Bugis community both in Malaysia and Indonesia.
In an interview last week, Selangor Sultan Sharafuddin Salahuddin told The Star that Dr Mahathir had an inferiority complex and his “anger would burn the country”.
“Yes, you can see I am a very angry man,” Dr Mahathir responded with laughter, when asked to comment on Tuesday.
The Pakatan Harapan chairman may not put much stock in royal relations, but analysts note that his colleagues do, especially as they struggle to win support from Malays – ironically the problem Dr Mahathir was supposed to solve for the opposition.
ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute senior fellow Wan Saiful Wan Jan told The Straits Times “the views of the Rulers are important, even at a time when some people are beginning to question the relevance of the institution”.
“Tun Mahathir has a history of bad blood with the Malay Rulers. It is not surprising that his actions or comments can be used against him. The problem for him is, while the Sultan can attack him openly, he cannot respond,” he said.
Pacific Research Center principal adviser Oh Ei Sun told The Straits Times: “The royal rebuttal was unexpected, but Dr Mahathir is not apologising (for his ‘Bugis pirates’ comment), he is making a point about how he was on the receiving end of racial attacks, but not being allowed to retaliate.”
But Dr Mahathir is not out of the woods yet. The police investigation will drag this issue on, perhaps, even up to the general election due by August.
– http://www.straitstimes.com

IF NAJIB SAYS ‘CAN’, THEN ANYTHING GOES? AFTER MONTHS OF INVESTIGATION, MACC DROPS CASE AGAINST ANNUAR MUSA OVER ABUSE OF UNIKL & MARA FUNDS

KUALA LUMPUR – The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has dropped its case against suspended Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA) chairman Tan Sri Annuar Musa in relation to alleged abuses of power.
Its deputy chief commissioner in charge of operations Datuk Seri Azam Baki said MACC decided against pressing charges against the Umno leader due to insufficient evidence relating to the allegations, Malay daily Sinar Harian reported today.
“After looking at the matter, the prosecution has decided to not charge him. This is because the statements taken and the evidence collected so far is insufficient to charge him,” Azam was quoted saying.
Annuar was suspended after he was accused of using his position as MARA chairman to force MARA Investment (PMB) and tertiary education institution Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) to sponsor the Kelantan football team to the tune of RM700,000.
Annuar maintained that MARA did not sponsor the Kelantan team, and insisted that UniKL was a private firm that made its own decisions.
UniKL is wholly owned by MARA while PMB is the agency’s investment arm.
MARA chairman Datuk Awang Adek Hussin has also denied rumours of Annuar’s return to the agency.
“I have not official heard that Annuar is returning to MARA. Rumours perhaps,” he was quoted saying in the same news report.
– Malay Mail

CAN JAMAL REMEMBER HIS ALPHABETS? M’SIANS HAMMER UMNO ‘SYMPTOM’ FOR TELLING DR M & SITI HASMAH TO GO BACK TO STANDARD ONE, TELL HIM TO LOOK IN THE MIRROR

UMNO leader Jamal Yunus should check his own behaviour before criticising Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Dr Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali, said social media users.
The provocative Jamal’s statement against Dr Mahathir and his wife today triggered a flood of angry comments on social media.
The Sungai Besar Umno division chief had described Dr Mahathir and his wife’s act of returning the sultan of Selangor awards as a childish tantrum, telling them to “go back to Standard 1” to learn some respect.
Many users called out Jamal for being rude and disrespectful, saying that he should look in the mirror before speaking.
The irony was not lost on Twitter user festive tewwy (@_freakinster) who said, “Someone needs a long hard look in the mirror. The irony wow”.
On Facebook, Wan Seri Mayangsari Malek responded with laughter and jokingly suggested starting a crowdfunding page to buy Jamal a mirror.
“I don’t know why but I laugh hard…we should set a gofundme to buy a large mirror for him,” she wrote, adding two laughing emoticons.
Other users said that Jamal should take his own advice and go back to school to straighten out his thuggish behaviour.
“Ko tu yg kena gi sekolah balik. Dulu suruh belajar asik ponteng haa sekarang ni jadi samseng jalanan,” said Ainah Bahrom in the comments section on Facebook.
(You’re the one that needs to go back to school. Last time, always playing truant now nothing but a street thug.)
“Jamal needs to be taught some etiquette. If anybody needs to be schooled it’s Jamal himself,” wrote another Facebook user Harjit Puarr Bhullar.
On Twitter, ND (@Kabir_32) said, “Don’t disrespect an old man that gave you what you have right now. This shows that you should go back to school. It’s proven that you’re illiterate and ill-mannered, the way you speak proves that.”
Dr Mahathir was Malaysia’s longest serving prime minister, holding office from 1981 to 2003. He returned to politics last year and has been a vocal critic of Prime Minister Najib Razak’s administration and the 1MDB scandal.
He recently sparked controversy when he called Najib a descendent of “Bugis pirates” which earned him brickbats from the Bugis community in Malaysia and Singapore, and from Sultan of Selangor Sharafuddin Idris Shah.
Some social media users feel that the government is tacitly supporting  Jamal by their silence and failure to check his behaviour.
Jamal has been remanded on a number of occasions, most recently for threatening to take a hammer to former minister Zaid Ibrahim’s head for disrespecting the Selangor ruler and burning cardboard cut-outs of the now-DAP member.
However, no charges have been brought against him.
“Obviously the government is behind him as nothing is being done about this psycho,” said Kingsley Robson on Facebook.
User Ella Ara questioned if this was the kind of leader Umno was proud of.
“Kurang ajar dan biadab Jamal ni… ini kah yg umno bangga bangga kan,” wrote Ella Ara.
(Jamal is rude and disrespectful. Is this what Umno is proud of?)
Formerly Known As Boyfriend From Hell™ (@The_Endie) on Twitter said that Jamal was a symptom of the BN-Umno government.
“Coming from the most rude, brutish and crude Jamal Jamban. That’s why kerajaan umno can never solve the country’s problems. They have no mirrors for self reflection and self improvement.”
– https://www.themalaysianinsight.com

‘LAW UNTO HIMSELF’, ARROGANT ADNAN NOW TRASHES CITIZENS: ‘YOU TALK TOO MUCH, PLEASE LEAVE’ – PAHANG MB NOW SCOLDS RESIDENTS AFTER CHALLENGING DAP MP TO A FISTFIGHT

A group of Cameron Highlands residents had hoped to petition Pahang Menteri Besar Adnan Yaakob for their land titles.
However, the meeting ended on a sour note when the menteri besar became upset with one of the residents, whom he claimed was talking too much. He then told the group to leave.
Led by PSM Cameron Highlands secretary Suresh Kumar, some 20 residents had waited outside Adenan’s office to raise their plight with him.
In a video of the encounter uploaded by PSM on Facebook, the menteri besar stopped to listen to Suresh but became annoyed when a woman decided to vent her frustration.
“If you can wait for 40 years why not (another) 10 years? Awak banyak bayak cakap, sila balik (You talk too much, please leave).
“Okay? Bye-bye. Vanakam, vanakam, nandri (thank you),” he said and walked into the building.
Earlier, Adnan told the group that they were not the only ones who had complaints about land titles, pointing out that there had been 4,000 applications in Cameron Highlands.
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A video of him telling off the residents was uploaded on Parti Sosialis Malaysia’s (PSM) Facebook page.
However, Suresh said the residents had been farming on their land for 40 years but have yet to receive land titles.
“Just wait, be patient. (The government) last time did not take notice of the matter but now we know, do you understand?” said Adnan.
He added that the process of measuring the relevant parcels of land alone would take two years.
Previously, Suresh had also led a group to seek a meeting with Adnan outside his office in 2012 but all 31 of them were arrested by the police.
– M’kini

Kanak-kanak perempuan maut, senapang patah meletup sendiri

Kanak-kanak perempuan 8 tahun itu sedang berbaring menonton tv sebelum senapang patah milik moyangnya terjatuh lalu meletup dan mengenai muka kirinya.
Kanak-kanak-perempuan-maut-senapang-patah-meletup-sendiriALOR SETAR: Seorang kanak-kanak perempuan berusia 8 tahun maut akibat terkena tembakan dari senapang patah milik keluarganya di Kampung Empat, Mukim Derang, Pokok Sena, hari ini.
Dalam kejadian kira-kira pukul 11 pagi, mangsa, Puteri Intan Sharini Mohd Hishamuddin sedang berbaring menonton televisyen di ruang tamu rumah datuknya sebelum senapang patah milik moyangnya yang berusia 80 tahun dan masih berpeluru terjatuh lalu meletup dan pelurunya mengenai bahagian muka kiri mangsa.
Bapa mangsa, Mohd Hishamuddin Azmi, 34, berkata anak sulungnya itu tinggal bersama datuk, nenek, 2 bapa dan ibu saudaranya selepas dia dan isteri, Wan Nor Suriati Wan Masri, 26, berpisah 3 tahun lalu.
“Ketika kejadian, saya sedang bekerja di Jitra sebelum menerima panggilan telefon daripada bekas isteri kira-kira pukul 11.30 pagi tadi yang memaklumkan tentang kejadian.
“Saya terus bergegas pulang ke rumah dan saya sebak melihat keadaan anak yang terbaring di ruang tamu,” katanya ketika ditemui pemberita di tempat kejadian hari ini.
Mohd Hishamuddin berkata kali terakhir dia menghubungi anaknya pada minggu lalu dan ketika itu anaknya menyuruhnya pulang mengambilnya untuk membeli baju dan peralatan sekolah.
“Kali terakhir saya jumpanya pada bulan lalu dan dia tidak menunjukkan sebarang perubahan dan ketika saya menghubunginya minggu lalu, dia mengajak saya untuk membeli baju sekolahnya.
“Saya bercadang untuk membawanya membeli baju dan peralatan sekolah Jumaat ini tetapi tidak kesampaian,” katanya.
Katanya, anak sulungnya daripada 4 adik beradik itu merupakan pelajar pintar selepas memperoleh Anugerah Cemerlang selama 2 tahun berturut-turut di Sekolah Kebangsaan Penghulu Darus, Wang Tepus, Jitra, dekat sini.
Sementara itu, Ketua Polis Daerah Kota Setar, ACP Mohd Rozi Jidin ketika dihubungi mengesahkan kejadian dan siasatan lanjut sedang dijalankan. -FMT