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EXXONMOBIL Scandal Starring Mirzan Mahathir

Mahathir Mohamad on the one hand is using Ibrahim Ali to stoke up the Malay sentiments' anti-drinking, anti-everything for his return to power, while on the other using his son Mirzan to buy Esso Malaysia using San Miguel's beer drinking money.

By JO & M.Nathan

I am so utterly disgusted with the BN government for its inability to engage Esso Malaysia for the rakyat. I am further disgusted with the hypocrisy of Mahathir Mohamad on the one hand using Ibrahim Ali to stoke up the Malay sentiments' anti-drinking, anti-everything for his return to power, while on the other using his son Mirzan to buy Esso Malaysia using San Miguel's beer drinking money. Worse still, he is exploiting the tax incentives reserved for us the rakyat, the unimportant Malaysians.

Was the Pope in Rome a traitor?

Now that the police are investigating Mat Sabu and will probably be interrogating him soon (meaning: recording his statement) because of his so-called treasonous act, let us in the meantime read the following excerpt and decide whether the Pope in Rome was also treasonous.


Raja Petra Kamarudin

Master Secretary, His Holiness is considering a ruling that will say that heretical monarchs can be justly defied by their subjects, and that such a defiance, even to armed rebellion, is no sin.

Cecil leaned back in his padded chair and reread the letter, making sure that he had made no error in the double translation, out of code and then out of Latin. It was a message of such enormity that he could not believe it, even when it was in plain English before him.

Gloomy Raya for many Sabah Muslims

Sabah's rich government with its Cabinet 'full of bloated leaders'
should have done something to address the state's poverty issues.
By Luke Rintod of FMT
KOTA KINABALU: Thousands of Muslims in oil and resource rich Sabah will greet Hari Raya today without clean drinking water, electricity, telephones and proper roads.

According to PKR, gloom permeates the state which houses Malaysia’s poorest of the poor.

Describing the pathetic conditions in Sabah, PKR vice president Tian Chua claimed he has seen poverty in many rural areas as well as on the fringe of many towns in the state.

Orang Asli vow to protest if gov’t takes land

The Orang Asli community will once again descend on Putrajaya in force if the government insists on going ahead with dividing up their native customary lands.

Peninsular Malaysia Orang Asli Villages Network (JKOASM) coordinator Tijah Yok Chopil said that while Orang Asli are peaceful people, they have no choice if the government remains adamant.

“Honestly, even if it carries high risk, we will go down to Putrajaya, Parliament or the Orang Asli Development Deparment (JAKOA). This is not a threat, but our livelihood is pressed and we have no other choice.

Teliti dulu konteks ucapan Muhamad Sabu, kata Parti Sosialis

Oleh S. Arutchelvan
PSM berpendirian bahawa apa yang tertulis dalam Utusan Malaysia bukanlah isu sebenar dan konteks sebenar apa yang telah diceramahkan oleh Muhammad Sabu – Timbalan Presiden PAS mengenai isu Bukit kepong dan Kemerdekaan Tanah Melayu..

PSM berpendirian sebegini kerana semasa penahanan Ahli PSM pada bulan Julai lalu dan kemudiannya penahanan mereka dibawah EO, Utusan Malaysia dan PDRM juga membuat pelbagai tohmahan dan cerita palsu seperti ada senjata dalam bas, PSM mahu mencetuskan perang keatas yang Dipertuan Agung, mahu menghidupkan PKM, ada agen luar negara dan sebagainya. Ajaran yang PSM belajar adalah Utusan Malaysia kebal bercakap bohong dan tidak ada apa yang boleh dilakukan. Begitu juga ada ahli PERKASA dan orang UMNO seperti Ezam yang boleh membuat ugutan berunsur jenayah tetapi mereka kebal dan tiada tindakan diambil terhadap mereka.

Some old Sabah towns photos

The Rakyat Must Know Of This Sewage Politics.

By Tony Pua
Based on the evidence of rampant cheating on the electoral rolls, the 13th General Election will be the dirtiest election in Malaysia's history.

The rumours have been swirling intensely for the past few months that the Barisan Nasional (BN) is registering foreign workers and permanent residents as voters for the coming general election. Various parties have given eye-witness accounts of vans from the National Registration Departments (NRD) heading to remote areas to conduct discreet registration exercises.

Pakatan Rakyat Leaders & Murtads Group?

 If you did not willingly join the Facebook group, “Murtads in Malaysia and Singapore”, why did you not remove yourself from the group earlier?
Come on! We are Facebook users too. Whenever you are added to a group, you get an email alerting you of your new affiliation. It’s the same with friends adding you. You know everything that happens to your Facebook account because the site will generate an email to let you know!!

Genie Of The Lamp

A sales rep, an administration clerk, and the manager are walking to lunch when they find an antique oil lamp. They rub it and a Genie comes out. The Genie says, “I’ll give each of you just one wish” “Me first! Me first!” says the administration clerk. “I want to be in the Bahamas, driving a speedboat, without a care in the world.” Poof! She’s gone. “Me next! Me next!” says the sales rep. “I want to be in Hawaii,relaxing on the beach with my personal masseuse, an endless supply of Pina Coladas and the love of my life.” Poof! He’s gone. “OK, you’re up,” the Genie says to the manager. The manager says, “I want those two back in the office after lunch.”

Moral of the story: Always let your boss have the first say.

Najib’s Downfall – Thanks to the First Lady

Three members of EO6 were the guests of honours at the forum organized by Balakong Pakatan Rakyat, last Friday. Comrade Saraswathy, Letchumanan and Sugumaran took turn to thank the people of Balakong for their contribution and support in the EO6 campaign.  All 3 speakers echoed that taking over Putra Jaya is possible, not because it’s close to Balakong but because the people – the rakyat no longer fear the UMNO oppressors.  The comrades declared their full support for Pakatan Rakyat to take over the reign from Barisan Nasional.

Is Sabah Independence In Malaysia?

AS we went thru our normal life, Sabah is about to celebrate Independence Day on August 31 and will be celebrating a Malaysia Day falls on September 16 and the question now where does Sabah go from here. 

As a Malaysian youth in Sabah, I am very much obliged to share and would like to bring the people of Sabah back to an early days of Malaysia and ask whether Sabah is really a true Independence state in Malaysia after been 48 years since the colonization from the British. 

I would like to give a scenario here:
People had asked me whether Sabah JOINED or FORMED Malaysia? I told them that there will be no Malaysia without the inclusion of Sabah and Sarawak. Does Malaysia exist on 31st August 1957? The answer is NO. Malaysia only exists on the 16th September 1963 when Sabah and Sarawak together with Malaya to form MALAYSIA. 

Stupidity that stinks to heaven

Extract of the TBH Coroner's inquiry between Malaysian Prosecutor and the forensic expert from Thailand.

Abdul Razak representing the Public Prosecutor's Office
Dr. Porntip Rojanasunand Thai pathologist.

ABDUL RAZAK: Now doctor, isn't it true that when a person dies in his sleep,he doesn't know about it until the next morning?
PORNTIP: Did you actually pass the bar exam?

Illegal immigrants in Sabah: A numbers game

The recent figures seem to show that the population of illegal immigrants in Sabah has not only increased, but no action has been taken to stem the tide.

Free Malaysia Today

KOTA KINABALU: Ask Sabahans if they believe the census and official figures given by the government on the number of illegal immigrants residing in the state after the recent registration exercise and they will laugh and roll their eyes.

They are not the only ones. Even illegal immigrants in the state will tell you the figures given by the Immigration Department are way off the mark.

Focus must shift to East Malaysia, says Dr Jeffrey

TUARAN: The United Borneo Front sees the Federal Government development priority as committing “gross injustice” for Sabah and Sarawak, hence it must shift its focus most of its development funds to the Borneo states as soon as possible.
In a speech at a UBF Tea Party in Kg. Telibong here last week, UBF’s Chairman, Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, pointed out what he calls the great anomaly in development allocation in the country in which the federal government collects RM15 to RM18 billion in taxes from Sabah per year, not yet including the 5 percent Sabah is supposed to get as royalty for its oil.

86 years old joke

The doctor asked him how he was feeling, and the 86-year-old said ,”Things are great and I’ve never felt better. I now have a 20 yr-old bride who is pregnant with my child.”

“So what do you think about that Doc ?”

The doctor considered his question for a minute and then began to tell a story. “I have an older friend, much like you, who is an avid hunter and never misses a season.”

I would hold the election after Raya

Yes, if I were Najib, I would hold the general election after Hari Raya. If not, then this would be the last Hari Raya with him as Prime Minister. If not, then next Hari Raya we would be visiting either Anwar or Muhyiddin Yassin at Putrajaya.

Raja Petra Kamarudin
Anwar Ibrahim’s Sodomy 2 trial is going just like Sodomy 1.

Anwar’s team of lawyers are smarter than the prosecutors. They have managed to turn the trial into political grandstanding.

The issue is no longer whether Anwar did or did not commit the act of sodomy. The issue is whether the prosecution can prove that he did so. So they are fighting on technicalities. And the technicalities appear focused on the matter of fabrication of evidence.

That was what happened in the Sodomy 1 trial. And that is what is also happening in the Sodomy 2 trial.

Left to Die

By age 34, Nasir Siddiki, a successful businessman, had made his first million, but money meant nothing to him on his deathbed. Diagnosed with the worst case of shingles ever admitted to Toronto General Hospital, his immune system shut down and doctors left him to die.

The next morning I woke in a sterile room on the eighth floor of the hospital, my skin burning as though someone had doused me in gasoline and lit a match. I felt on fire from the inside out.

Sabah a training ground for new recruits

KOTA KINABALU, August 27, 2011: SAPP said the federal government should stop treating Sabah as a training ground of newly civil servants who are recruited in Peninsula as well as for promoting those officials who nearing retirement.

Its Deputy President Datuk Eric Majimbun said this is still continue to be practised by the federal government, using the excuse that the state lack of people qualified for filling the available federal posts, despite the fact that there are too many qualified Sabahans for the purpose.

Naked Wife

A man is getting into the shower just as his wife is finishing up her shower when the doorbell rings. The wife quickly wraps herself in a towel and runs downstairs. When she opens the door, there stands Bob, the next door neighbor. Before she says a word, Bob says, “I’ll give you $800 to drop that towel.” After thinking for a moment, the woman drops her towel and stands naked in front of Bob.

Why Demolish Kk State Library Building?


THE PROPOSED demolition of the KK central state library had become a big issue among the people here in Kota Kinabalu City. It has attracted many complaints, views and objections. There are people who insisted that the 35 years old State Library is to be preserved, upgraded, repaired and fully renovated to cater for the people, and this is especially that the building can be classified as a heritage building with historical value.

FBI Pressured to Stop Backing Malaysian Potentate

Western NGOs are increasing the pressure on the United States’ federal police for its ties with Malaysian potentate Abdul Taib Mahmud (“Taib”), one of South-East Asia’s longest-serving and most corrupt politicians

BASEL, SWITZERLAND/SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON, D.C., August 25, 2011 –-/WORLD-WIRE/– In a letter to FBI Director Robert Mueller, the Swiss Bruno Manser Fund and the San-Francisco-based Borneo Project are calling on the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to cut ties with Wallysons Inc., a US company controlled by the Malaysian Taib family.

Hanya kerana minta dimasakkan nasi, Nenek mati dicincang oleh cucunya di Tenom, Sabah

Hanya kerana meminta dimasakkan nasi, seorang nenek mati dalam keadaan tragik apabila dicincang seluruh tubuh oleh cucunya di rumahnya di Kampung Melalap di sini, kelmarin.

Ketika kejadian, hanya mangsa, Dayu Rawang, 77, dan cucu perempuannya yang berusia 27 tahun itu berada di rumah kerana anggota keluarga lain menghadiri majlis berikutan kematian jiran di rumah berhampiran.

Menurut sumber, sebaik bapa suspek yang mahu dikenali Abdul Hamid, 47, pulang ke rumah bersama seorang lagi anak berusia 15 tahun kira-kira jam 10 malam, dia curiga kerana panggilannya tidak bersahut.

Abdul Hamid masuk ke rumah dan menuju dapur dan terkejut apabila melihat jenazah ibunya, Dayu Rawang, terbujur dalam keadaan ngeri dengan berlumuran darah.
Dia bertambah terkejut apabila melihat suspek yang juga anak perempuannya berada di sisi mayat warga emas berkenaan sambil memegang pisau.

Dr Asri: Kita mudah salahkan gereja, dakwa mereka punca segala masalah

KUALA LUMPUR, 25 Ogos — Pemimpin parti politik dan bukan politik Islam tidak wajar dengan mudah menyalahkan pihak gereja jika menghulurkan bantuan kepada Muslim memerlukan bantuan jika mereka sendiri gagal menjaga kebajikan pihak terbabit, kata bekas mufti Perlis.

Sehubungan itu jelas Prof Madya Dr Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin (gambar), pihak terbabit sering meletakkan kesalahan ke atas pihak gereja dalam usaha ingin melepaskan diri.

“Jika kita ingin melepaskan diri, mudah sahaja, kita letakkan kesalahan ini kesemua di pihak gereja. Kita tuduh merekalah punca segalanya.

Malaysia Independence House In Dilemma

 DATUK Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, the head of the United Borneo Front (UBF) called upon the State Government to protect lands in Sabah and Native Customary Rights (NCR) and to not only stop further alienation of lands to non-Sabahan natives but also to stop taking over native lands for whatever excuses.

Dr. Jeffrey had supported the reasons put forward by the Sedomon family through Nilakrisna James, UBF co-founder and granddaughter of OKK Sedomon Bin OKK Gunsanad, who had voiced the Sedomon family’s objection to the proposed takeover of the Sedomon ancestral home in Bingkor to be converted into a Warisan Budaya by the Jabatan Muzium Sabah.

Reflections of Marina Mahathir on Christians-bashing Malaysia

Muslim leaders in Malaysia have been aping the Arabs although they don't as they do since our so-called independence.

Look at how long some of our Prime/Chief ministers have been serving and how corrupted most of them are. Look at how they repress the people of other Faiths while holding up to the world that religious freedom is enshrined in the Malaysian constitution.Look at how even now with the tsunami-changing events in the Middle East they are still so petty minded that they have to stamp the Bible, which is the holy book of Christians, with their officious, senseless "chops". How would they react if we ask the authorities to stamp the Koran to the effect that it's meant only for Muslims?

Implications of Sarawak election on Sabah

In view of the super confidence of DAP that only they can bring change to Sabah, we wish to share with the public our party analysis of the DAP performance in the April Sarawak state elections and its implications on the coming general elections. SAPP had sent five teams to lend moral support to Pakatan and to learn about the Sarawak elections.

Sarawak DAP conducted a superb campaign, tapping into the widespread unhappiness among the urban Chinese whose discontent with the Taib Mahmud government has been simmering ever since 2006 over the urban land leases renewal issue. Other than national issues, the community generally found it difficult to do business due to monopolistic policies.

Government must consult all stakeholders, especially Orang Asli, on proposed Orang Asli land titles policy

By Lim Chee Wee, President of Malaysian Bar

The Malaysian Bar is dismayed with the recent announcement by the Jabatan Kemajuan Orang Asli (“JAKOA”) in relation to the finalisation of the proposed Orang Asli land titles policy.  Grievances in reaction to this announcement voiced by various members of the Orang Asli community to the Malaysian Bar suggest that the Government has once again not engaged in prior consultation with Orang Asli and failed to obtain the free, prior and informed consent of affected Orang Asli in finalising the policy.  Malaysia has committed to do so in the pledges it has made in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples 2007 (“UNDRIP”).

Armed Forces chief warns staff: It is treachery to expose votes cheating

In a bid to head off more revelations of votes cheating, Armed Forces chief General Zulkifeli Mohd Zin put on his fiercest face and warned that it was "treachery" for staff to blow the whistle on their bosses.

In a rare public statement issued on Thursday, Zulkifeli also rebuked "irresponsible parties" for implicating the armed forces and its personnel in corrupt voting procedures.

Saturday D-Day for four Tans in presidential contest

Singaporeans will vote for a new president on Saturday,
a largely ceremonial post.
By Luke Rintod of FMT
SINGAPORE: Singapore, which left Malaysia in 1965 to become an independent nation, goes to the polls on Saturday to elect its new president, a largely ceremonial post.

In the most hotly contested ever presidential polls since the office became an elected post 18 years ago, four Tans are crisscrossing this tiny country, considered to be the region’s financial hub, canvassing for support.

S’pore shuns workers from Sabah, Sarawak

Misbehaving Sabahans and Sarawakians irk strict
Singapore government.
By Luke Rintod of FMT
SINGAPORE: Employers in Singapore are shunning unskilled Sabahans and Sarawakians applying for work in the city-state mainly because they are causing problems in the republic.

Unrestrained drinking, frequent fightings in public places and other activities have been cited as the reason for the downturn in demand for workers from these two states.

PR becomes citizen in four hours

PR becomes citizen ... in four hours
Less than four hours after MCPX
Malaysiakini reported that a permanent resident (PR) holding a red MyPR card had been registered as a
new voter, she has apparently become a citizen.

She now has a blue Mykad, based on a check of the same online system of the National Registration Department (NRD) where her identification details are recorded.

Alexander The Great's Last Words

"Ice melts when heated"
"Eyes melt when hated"
Alexander, after conquering many kingdoms, was returning home. On the way, he fell ill and it took him to his death bed. With death staring him in his face, Alexander realized how his conquests, his great army, his sharp sword and all his wealth were of no consequence. He now longed to reach home to see his mother's face and bid her his last adieu. But, he had to accept the fact that his sinking health would not permit him to reach his distant homeland. So, the mighty conqueror lay prostrate and pale, helplessly waiting to breathe his last.

Sodomy II: Doctor tells court he found Saiful’s anus healthy

By Reena Raj, The Star

KUALA LUMPUR: A doctor, the second defence witness in Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's sodomy trial, told the court on Tuesday that he had examined Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan on June 28, 2008 and found his anus healthy even though the plaintiff said he felt pain when passing motion.

Dr. Mohammad Osman Abdul Hamid was a medical officer in Pusat Rawatan Islam (PUSRAWI) at that time when Mohd Saiful came to the hospital complaining that he had a pain in his anus when passing motion.

11 struck by lightning

PETALING JAYA: Six foreigners were killed and five more injured when lightning struck them in two separate incidents.

In the first incident, three Indonesians died and and two were injured at about 2.45pm while working at a farm during a heavy storm in Sungai Choh near Kuala Kubu Baru.

The dead were Adik Rohmat, 28, Roni Dwi Jatmiko, 28, and Sugiran, 29, while the identities of the injured men, aged 25 and 40 years respectively, had yet to be ascertained.

18-year old Malaysian girl at exclusive private college gang-raped

(Daily Mail) - Four wealthy Russians who used an iPhone to film themselves gang-raping a student at an exclusive private college were facing jail today.

The group had been in Britain for just two weeks when they carried out the horrific two-and-a-half hour attack on the Malaysian teenager at the £30,000-per-year college.

The Russians, aged between 19 and 23, gave a sickening running commentary - and even filmed themselves boasting about what they were going to do to her the day before.

DAP reveals another land shocker

A company owned by the CM's niece has secured two
parcels of state land at a very low price,
prompting DAP to cry foul.
(Free Malaysia Today) - Sarawak DAP today exposed another shocking allegation on the abuse of power and misappropriation of state assets by the state government.

This time it concerned the alienation of two parcels of state land totalling 16,025 acres to a daughter and a niece of Sarawak Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud at a cheap price.

One parcel of land with an acreage of 9,983 acres and the other with 6,142 acres at Sungai Anap between Bintulu and Kapit totalling 16,025 acres had been alienated to Ikrar Bumi Sdn Bhd at an alienation price of RM2.9 million, which was payable within five years.

Roughly, it is RM300 per acre.

MUSLIMS and CHRISTIANS in a CHURCH Together praying to the Same God, Using Different Books

Arabs, Kurds, Christians and Muslims come together to pray
KIRKUK, Iraq — Iraqi Muslim leaders have joined their Christian counterparts for prayers at a church in Kirkuk, in a public bid to ease tensions in the disputed northern city.

Around 1,500 people -- including Arabs, Kurds and Turkmen -- gathered at the Chaldean Cathedral late on Tuesday, singing Christian hymns before reciting prayers and verses from the Bible and the Koran.

"Christians and Muslims have gathered together here in Kirkuk, which has suffered from deadly violence that has scared us all in recent weeks," said Louis Sakho, Chaldean archbishop of Kirkuk, scene of deadly unrest last month.

Najib denies Rosmah bought US$24m ring, Russian mob links for in-laws

Najib while speaking at Universiti Teknologi Mara Aug 19 2011.
— Picture by Choo Choy May
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 21 — In his first comments on the issues, Datuk Seri Najib Razak has denied his wife bought a US$24 million diamond ring or that his Kazakhstan in-laws are linked to the “Russian mafia” as reported by Indonesia’s top-selling daily, Kompas earlier this month.

Kompas has since apologised to the prime minister for its August 4 report but mystery remains why the ring from New York jeweller Jacob & Co. was addressed to Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, according to pictures widely available on the Internet.

Perkasa: Why bother with Christian votes?


"IT IS reported in today's Malaysiakini that the Secretary General of PERKASA, Syed Hassan Syed Ali said that Muslim leaders in the country are 'starving' for Christian votes, as a result of which they have to compromise their dignity as Muslims.

He added that, "there are only 9% Christians, why bother with their votes?. At the same time, he also demanded that Christian teachers should not be allowed to teach in national schools."

Did you know?

In the 1400's a law was set forth in England that a man was allowed to beat his wife with a stick no thicker than his thumb. 

Hence we have 'the rule of thumb'

Alarming number of illegals

By Martin Carvalho, The Star

PETALING JAYA: The ongoing biometric registration exercise for foreign workers has revealed an alarming scenario of over a million illegals compared to legal workers.

Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein said the exercise should not be viewed lightly as the presence of too many illegals could undermine national security.

Shocking racial ‘imbalance’ in civil service

So much for 1Malaysia concept
KUCHING: Change, like charity should begin at home.  Likewise Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak should have begun implementing his 1Malaysia concept within the civil service first before attempting to ‘teach the world’.

Alas this has not happened and Najib, according to Sarawak DAP has failed miserably in improving the racial composition of the civil service.

The situation is a poor reflection of his seriousness in implementing the 1Malaysia concept.

10 Worst Photoshop Disasters

Have you ever wondered whether the oh-so-impeccable images that you see in posters and magazines are real? Many of these perfect shots have been retouched, or “airbrushed” using Photoshop before being unveiled for the whole world to see. However, sometimes these manual manipulations go a little too far. This post will be taking you through some of the worst Photoshop disasters in recent times.

Disaster #10:  Head or pelvis? Which is smaller?
I dare not hope for either.

Wikileaks: Sabah: Porous Borders; Problems With Foreigners; Unhappy Umno Coalition Partner

Two PBS state assemblymen, Ching Eng Leong and Samson Chin Chee Tsu, told us on October 4 that former PM Mahathir began the initiative prior to the 1994 state assembly election, in order to ensure UMNO's political takeover of Sabah. UMNO's control was further solidified during the 1999 state election, as UMNO granted more foreigners citizenship and voting rights under what came to be known as "Project Mahathir."  
Raja Petra Kamarudin



E.O. 12958: DECL: 10/12/2016


     B. KUALA LUMPUR 1935

Classified By: Political Section Chief Mark D. Clark for reasons 1.4 (b , d).

1. (C) The police, political leaders, a human rights official in the East Malaysia state of Sabah recently expressed their concerns to us about rising crime and the security impact from the high number of foreigners - both legal and illegal - residing in the state.  Sabah's Acting Police Commissioner said illegal migrants and other foreigners committed three out of four violent crimes in the state, but he did not address terrorist threats or transnational crime syndicates.

"Great Leader"'s son is Director in the San Miguel Corp, the largest beer brewery in the Philippines

Typical hypocrite. When poor helpless Muslims (like Kartika) are whipped for the act of consuming 3 glasses of beer, a well connected son of a scion, is now set to benefit in the millions by selling billions of mugs of beer. His father was the first one to have declared that " Malaysia is an Islamic state". His brother Mukhriz, who also happens to be super rich is one of the great stalwarts of Malay and Muslim rights. Malaysia has become another Animal Farm. As George Orwell said; " All men are born equal, but some are more equal than others."

A ‘donkey’ is better than Taib

KUCHING – Movement for Change, Sarawak (MoCS) leader Francis Paul Siah said today that Sarawak would be better off having a ‘donkey’ for a chief minister than Abdul Taib Mahmud.

“Taib’s sycophants in Parti Pesaka Bumiputra Bersatu (PBB) who had lambasted MoCS for its campaign to oust Taib seem to think that the chief minister is the smartest and most capable man in Sarawak who should rule forever.

“Lest we forget, some of the early leaders of Sarawak were illiterate. A former Sarawak minister in the Federal Cabinet never went to school. Two former Sarawak chief ministers were not highly educated.

Sabah leaders put in a fix over ‘Borneonisation’ suit

The Sabah government and the ruling BN members must support
the legal action, says UBF chairman Jeffrey Kitingan.
By Luke Rintod of FMT
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government and the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition members have been put in a quandary by a legal suit filed recently by two Sabahans against the federal and state governments for their failure to adhere to the Malaysia Agreement.

The sticking point is that almost 50 years after Sabah agreed to join the Federation of Malaya together with Sarawak and Singapore, the “Borneonisation” of the federal civil service as spelt out in the agreement has still not taken place.

Sabah-based BN components should call Umno’s bluff and join UBF

By Daniel John Jambun

What is happening to the BN in Sabah? If one were to make a simple observation, it would be obvious that all is not well, and it has been so for a long time now. While Umno is having its own internal strife, it is also embroiled in clashes with the other component parties which Umno treats with contempt. We can go back to 2008 when the then president of LDP resigned his post as Deputy Chief Minister suddenly without stating any reason, and causing a lot of speculation. Since then Umno leaders had antagonized LDP at various levels, including demanding for seats currently held by LDP. Then it demanded seats held by Upko, causing an Upko leader to retort sarcastically, “Go ahead and take it!”

Who is REALLY behind Malaysia Today?

They are always trying to speculate as to who could be behind Malaysia Today. Raja Petra is broke. Raja Petra has no money. Raja Petra could not afford to finance Malaysia Today. So surely there must be someone else behind Malaysia Today who is helping to finance the operation. It is impossible for Malaysia Today to operate otherwise.

No Holds Barred
Raja Petra Kamarudin
Who is REALLY behind Malaysia Today? That has been the million-dollar question since way back in 2004 when Malaysia Today was first launched.

Beware, taking Vitamins C and eating prawn/shrimps together could be fatal !

 IMPORTANT..(That's why in RED).

Just like during our young years, told not to eat durian and liquor, or mangosteen and sugar!


Taiwan , a   woman suddenly died unexpectedly with signs of bleeding from her ears, nose, mounth & eyes. After a preliminary autopsy it was diagnosed death due to arsenic poisoning death.. Where did the arsenic come from?
The police launched an in-depth and extensive
investigation. A medical school professor was invited to come to solve the case.

Sabah Government must support Borneonisation suit, says Jeffrey Kitingan

By Ezra Haganez
KOTA KINABALU: The United Borneo Front (UBF) today urged the Sabah State Government to fully support the Borneonisation suit filed by Bernard Fung Fon Chen and Mohd Nazib Maidan Dally against the Federal Government and the State Government to compel for a speedy implementation of the Borneonisation of the Federal civil service in Sabah.

Bernard and Mohd Nazib filed the summons at the Kota Kinabalu High Court registry on August 8, 2011, through their lawyer Peter Marajin. Hearing had been set for October 10, 2011 before High Court judge, Justice David Wong Dak Wah.

No, I haven’t quit as MoCS leader … not yet

Francis Paul Siah writes…

This was published in the New Straits Times today under the heading ‘Siah quits over failure to oust Taib’.

The article is fair but not altogether correct.

My clarifications are in bold.

KUCHING: The Movement of Change Sarawak (MoCS) head Francis Siah has called it quits, a day after a rally he organised to drum up public support to drive Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud out of office failed to materialise.

Explain land grab, CM told

Muslim natives in Kampung Rampayan want Chief Minister
Musa Aman to explain the controversial 'land grab'
involving 1,200 acres of of NCR land.
By Luke Rintod and Stephanie Sta Maria
KOTA BELUD: The Iranun community in Kampung Rampayan near here want their Kota Belud MP Abdul Rahman Dahlan to stop issuing statements from the comforts of swanky Petaling Jaya and to listen to their view on his ‘pet project’ – a 5-star resort in their poverty-stricken kampung.

According to Akim Salleh, deputy chairman of the Action Committee for Rampayan NCR Land, they had met Rahman, whom the villagers had accused of ‘selling’ off 1,200 acres of native customary (NCR) land to a private company after promising to help them resolve the issue, to explain their concerns.

Nails In The Fence

Make sure you read all the way down to the last sentence.
(Most importantly the last sentence)

There once was a little boy who had a bad temper.  His Father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper, he must hammer a nail into the back of the fence.

The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into the fence.  Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control his anger, the number of nails hammered daily gradually dwindled down.  He discovered it was easier to hold his temper than to drive those nails into the fence..  Finally the day came when the boy didn't lose his temper at all.

Profusion of Ah Longs a sign of economic woes

By Daniel John Jambun
The decision by the Government Employees Co-operative Society Berhad (Kopeks) recently to settle debts owed by its members to Ah Longs to the hefty tune of RM500,000 made one wonder if Kopeks is not actually encouraging its members to go into debt, because it could easily bail them out anytime when the situation becomes critical. The bailout was a precedent that set a bad example of co-operative fund management.

It also reminded us how bad the economic situation in the Sabah is right now. If government servants can go into serious debt in spite of earning salaries, imagine the situation for those without jobs, and those in the rural areas who have to live off the land just to keep body and soul together. In this period of high inflation even those with salaries are in fact living below the poverty line.

Italy Follows France and Belgium - Bans the Use of the Islamic Burqa Veil in Public...

"The battle, My child, will accelerate very shortly for there will not only be a great war of weapons of mankind, but it will be known soon throughout the world as a religious war." - Our Lady of the Roses August 21, 1974
Hilaire Belloc wrote the following in his book, "The Great Heresies:"
"Mohammedanism was a heresy: that is the essential point to grasp before going any further. It began as a heresy, not as a new religion. It was not a pagan contrast with the Church; it was not an alien enemy.  It was a perversion of Christian doctrine. Its vitality and endurance soon gave it the appearance of a new religion, but those who were contemporary with its rise saw it for what it was-not a denial, but an adaptation and a misuse, of the Christian thing. It differed from most (not from all) heresies in this, that it did not arise within the bounds of the Christian Church.

Tsu Koon slams Ezam’s ‘jihad’ threats

(The Malaysian Insider) - Senator Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon slammed today his Barisan Nasional (BN) colleague Umno Senator Ezam Mohd Nor’s threat to wage war against those who try to proselytise Muslims.

The Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department in National Unity and Performance Management said in a statement that Ezam’s threats had sent out the wrong message and could damage the coalition’s reputation.

“Senator Ezam Nor’s open threat to burn two online news portals (Malaysia Kini and Malaysian Insider) is uncalled for, unwarranted and unacceptable, further fanning emotions in the controversy arising out of JAIS’ (Selangor Islamic Affairs Department) action against DUMC (Damansara Utama Methodist Church),” Koh (picture) said.

Why I Call Off The Rally?

Dear MoCS fellows and friends,

So this is how it ended – an anti-climax. I am also very disappointed with my decision. But I have to make one for MoCS.

Only God knows why I finally decided to call it off.

DAP: Nazri abusing his power

Nazri has no power to order GLCs to stop suing ex-MAS boss
Tajuddin Ramli, the DAP said.
PETALING JAYA: The DAP has attacked Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Nazri Abdul Aziz for ordering government-linked companies (GLCs) to cease suing a former Malaysia Airlines (MAS) executive chairman Tajuddin Ramli.

PJ Utara MP Tony Pua ticked off Nazri for using his influence as a minister to let Tajuddin off the hook.

Ezam wants to burn down online news portals

Ezam says he is doing it in the name of Islam and will wage
war against those who convert Muslims.
SHAH ALAM: Umno senator Ezam Mohd Nor said he has to come to the defence of Islam and will wage war against those who tarnish the religion, including burning online news portals.

He also warned Muslim staff of Malaysiakini and Malaysian Insider not to become agents for infidels.

“Don’t be a (Brutus) for the infidel’s agenda. You can find employment elsewhere,” Ezam said after claiming that these portals showed strong stance against the JAIS action at the Damansara Utama Methodist Church (DUMC).

Middle class residents of London have turned out to clean up their streets after nights of rioting

London residents wait to be allowed through a police cordon to help council workers with the clean up after the rioting that took place outside Clapham Junction railway station. Source: AP
ARMED with brooms, brushes and rubber gloves, London's defiant middle classes have turned out in force to reclaim the streets of their city after its worst night of violence for decades.

They responded in their hundreds to calls on Facebook and Twitter, as well as radio and TV, to help to clear up the damage caused by looting, arson and violence by mobs on Monday night.

USM holds first Senate polls

Democracy at work: Dzulkifli (left) casting his vote during the
election at the USM main campus in Penang yesterday.
GEORGE TOWN: Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) held elections for the post of Senate members, a first of its kind for a public university in the country.

A total of 195 candidates vied for 41 seats (41 Senate memberships) in the one-day polling which were held from 9am-4pm at the main campus here and three other branch campuses.

More international condemnation pours in for Taib Mahmud

The UK’s most respected and established Environmental magazine, The Ecologist, has this week turned its attention to Chief Minister, Abdul Taib Mahmud, with a major investigative article about his record in Sarawak.

In a devastating analysis it outlines Taib’s corruption and his lies about what has happened to the Borneo jungle and its people.  Even more significantly, on the eve of the MoCS Red March, it writes about a discernible change in the mood in Sarawak and speaks of real hope of change.  This is not least because Taib’s decades of self-interested destruction and plunder have been well and truly exposed.

Najib, Rosmah in court but no interviews

Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor
were in the court but refused to be interviewed as
potential defence witness in the Sodomy II trial.
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak and wife Rosmah Mansor turned up at the Jalan Duta court complex here today but they refused to be interviewed as potential defence witnesses in the Sodomy II trial.

Both arrived at 2.55pm and was in an interview room on level seven of the complex together with Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim, his lead counsel Karpal Singh, and lawyers Sankara Nair and Param Cumaraswamy.

“No questions were asked as the two immediately conveyed that they did not wish to be interviewed and that they have a right not to be defence witnesses,” Sankara told FMT.

Siah and 8 others barred from rally

Sarawak police have clamped down on the organisors
of tomorrow's Walk for Democracy and Reforms.
KUCHING: Police here have obtained a restraining order against Movement of Change Sarawak (MoCS) chief Francis Siah and eight others in relation to tomorrow’s ‘Walk for Democracy and Reform’ at the Museum Garden, here.

All nine have been barred from taking part in the walk, known here as the Red Rally,  or being anywhere in or near the vicinity of the Museum Garden.

The Truth Behind JAIS Raid on Church gathering

The real story behind the raid on the DUMC church by JAIS & the police actually has very little to do with attempts to convert Muslims to Christianity. It has everything to do with Bersih 2.0

Apparently, pastor Daniel Ho hosted Dato Ambiga Sreenevasan & members of the Bersih 2.0 committee in DUMC sometime last week. The police & the Special Branch were outside the church recording everything.
Ambiga & her Bersih committee members are under constant surveillance by Bukit Aman ever since the Bersih rally.

Sarawak’s ‘Red Rally’ earns Bersih support

By Keruah Usit
The ‘Red Rally’ for democratic reforms in Sarawak on Saturday has won the support of election reform coalition Bersih 2.0 and has drawn – predictably enough – police scrutiny.
Bersih 2.0 had invited two leading ‘Red Rally’ organisers from the Movement for Change Sarawak (MoCS) – leader Francis Siah and Kuala Lumpur co-ordinator Ronald Sia – to its steering committee meeting last Thursday.

A note from Antwerp: On the London riots spreading to the continent

By Cedric Daanvey
ANTWERP, Belgium: One thing that bothers us all here now, is the extreme violence the UK is experiencing.

Some say it may spread to the continent as well, as in my town 10 cars were set on fire in the past few days.

Conversion to Islam: The One-way Street in Marriage

In marriages between Muslims and non-Muslims, conversion of the non-Muslim partner to Islam is a must, failing of which may lead to tragic consequences, from beheading to burning alive even in Hindu India (see below).

It has been mentioned in the previous article that in every occasion a Hindu or a non-Muslim girl becomes a victim of Muslim love-trap, she has to convert to Islam. Starting from Indira Gandhi to Sabra Bugum and Samira Begum, all had to convert to Islam before marrying their Muslim lovers. We may add two more names to the list.

The Price of Loyalty

The accusation that Datuk Samad (The then Deputy Home Affairs Minister had signed was followed on the same document by "Allegation of Facts" which still seems to me a contradiction in terms which said :

"That you Dato James Wong Kim Min, during a meeting with the agent of a foreign power in May 1974, agreed to received the aid of that foreign power to enable you to discredit (Which you did) the existing government of Sarawak and to replace it with a government formed by you and you also agreed that the government so formed by you would arrange for the cession of Limbang to that foreign power and you further agreed with the said agent of the foreign power to received assistance from that foreign power to accomplish the aforesaid purposes"

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