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Monday, September 18, 2017

Will Najib sue former World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz and Newsweek for calling him a “crook”?

Will Najib sue former World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz and Newsweek for calling him a “crook”?: Will the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak sue the former World Bank President Paul Wolfowitze and American news magazine Newsweek for defamation for calli

Five political disasters in one week – isn’t it enough?

Five political disasters in one week – isn’t it enough?: What an anti-climax and a political disaster! The much hyped-up media conference announcement this evening by the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak whi

Saturday, August 19, 2017

For Malaysia, the fight against corruption is also a fight for democracy

Malaysia’s anti-corruption commission has been making lots of headlines lately. Its agents have been Malaysia’s anti-corruption commission has been making lots of headlines lately. Its agents have been Malaysia’s anti-corruption commission has been making lots of headlines lately. Its agents have been carrying out high-profile arrests of government officials accused of bribery and influence-peddling. You’d think that Malaysians would be happy at the news.
But they aren’t — because it’s all too obvious that, however welcome this campaign, it’s just an attempt to divert attention from a far larger corruption...

For Malaysia, the fight against corruption is also a fight for democracy

Malaysia’s anti-corruption commission has been making lots of headlines lately. Its agents have been Malaysia’s anti-corruption commission has been making lots of headlines lately. Its agents have been carrying out high-profile arrests of government officials accused of bribery and influence-peddling. You’d think that Malaysians would be happy at the news.
But they aren’t — because it’s all too obvious that, however welcome this campaign, it’s just an attempt to divert attention from a far larger corruption scandal that has been rocking the country for the past five years.

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Najib should clarify whether it is true Xi Jinping, President of China will not be visiting Malaysia this year, removing the programme from his 14GE plans

Najib should clarify whether it is true Xi Jinping, President of China will not be visiting Malaysia this year, removing the programme from his 14GE plans: One of the hottest topics in the country is speculation on the timing for the 14th General Elections and the possible outcomes. Only a month ago, there was c

If in the 14GE, there could both be an urban tsunami as well as a rural tsunami, which will mean a Malay tsunami in the rural hinterland, then Malaysia is embarked on political change in Putrajaya and a new Pakatan Harapan Federal Government 

Najib should clarify whether it is true Xi Jinping, President of China will not be visiting Malaysia this year, removing the programme from his 14GE plans

Najib should clarify whether it is true Xi Jinping, President of China will not be visiting Malaysia this year, removing the programme from his 14GE plans: One of the hottest topics in the country is speculation on the timing for the 14th General Elections and the possible outcomes. Only a month ago, there was c

If in the 14GE, there could both be an urban tsunami as well as a rural tsunami, which will mean a Malay tsunami in the rural hinterland, then Malaysia is embarked on political change in Putrajaya and a new Pakatan Harapan Federal Government 

Challenge to Speaker Pandikar to cite an instance from another Commonwealth Parliament where the Speaker used sub judice rule over court proceeding in another country to stop parliamentary question, debate or scrutiny of a financial scandal

Challenge to Speaker Pandikar to cite an instance from another Commonwealth Parliament where the Speaker used sub judice rule over court proceeding in another country to stop parliamentary question, debate or scrutiny of a financial scandal: The Speaker of Parliament, Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia, likes to quote back to me one observation I had made in Parliament, that a good Speaker does nspeak much

MP for Puchong, Gobind Singh Deo, who also had questions on 1MDB rejected by the Speaker, had given notice on Wednesday of a substantive motion to review the Speaker’s rulings which in first-world Parliaments, would have come up for debate and decision in Parliament after a 48-hour notice.

Challenge to Najib to emulate Lee Hsien Loong and have a no-holds barred debate in Parliament on the 1MDB scandal where he would answer all questions raised by MPs on the scandal

In Singapore, its premier Lee Hsien Loong went to Parliament to answer all questions about the controversy with his siblings with regard to their late father and the island republic’s first Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew’s residence at Oxley Rise, but in Malaysia, Parliament was prohibited from asking questions about the 1MDB scandal, with questions from over 30 MPs rejected on the most ridiculous and indefensible grounds – although the 1MDB scandal turned Malaysia into a global kleptoracy overnight.

Friday, July 28, 2017

Cabinet today should speak up for a moderate Malaysia for a change, suspend the ban on G25 book and form a high-level committee to hold public hearings whether the book should be banned

Cabinet today should speak up for a moderate Malaysia for a change, suspend the ban on G25 book and form a high-level committee to hold public hearings whether the book should be banned: The reported ban on G25 book on “Breaking the Silence –Voices of Moderation: Islam in a Constitutional Democracy” is so extraordinary and unbelieveable th
What is the use of the Prime Minister launching the international initiative of a Global Movement of Moderates, when for the past seven years it had not shown any of the three attributes of being “global”, “a movement’ or “moderate” if the Cabinet allows the forces of extremism and intolerance to rear their ugly heads by jettisoning the constitutional principles of moderation, such as arbitrarily banning the G25 book.

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Why Mahathir Mohamad is Malaysia’s best hope, and Najib’s worst nightmare

Why Mahathir Mohamad is Malaysia’s best hope, and Najib’s worst nightmare: William Pesek South China Morning Post 26 July, 2017 OPINION William Pesek says the newfound Mahathir-Anwar Ibrahim coalition could lead Malaysia out of



You will enjoy reading this written by an Orang putih on how Mahathir can now gang up with his nemesis Anwar to fight Najib!

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Today calls for celebration: I have become the most powerful person in Malaysia but how come I do not know about it?

Today calls for celebration: I have become the most powerful person in Malaysia but how come I do not know about it?: Today calls for celebration. I have become the most powerful person in Malaysia, but how come I do not know about it? I am honoured that the Prime Minister,

Najib’s greatest enemy does not come from DAP or Pakatan Harapan but he himself, simply because he has zero credibility – and that applies to his Ministers as well.