Friday, December 12, 2008

The Day The World Stool Still..a movie review

Chicago Sun-TimesRoger Ebert
"The Day the Earth Stood Still need not have taken its title so seriously that the plot stands still along with it." more... (C)

Chicago TribuneMatt Pais
"Keanu's most bogus journey in years." more...(D+)

E! OnlineMatt Stevens
"...soulless, overblown extravaganza..." more... (C-)

Entertainment WeeklyOwen Gleiberman
"...plodding..." more...(C-)

Hollywood ReporterKirk Honeycutt,
"Super-serious but very lame remake of a sci-fi classic." more... ( C)

OK..This is your catch..if the critic doesn't like it, it means its a great movie.. It was the day the cinema stood still right from the very first frame. At times you wont even wink.

"The Day the Earth Stood Still" is a remake of a cult hit . There isn't much here you won't remember from the 1951 classic, even if you haven't seen it. What everyone knows is that a spaceship lands on Earth, a passenger named Klaatu steps out and is shot, and then a big metal man named Gort ( underwear maa) walks out and has rays shooting from its eyes, and the Army opens fire.

That movie is at No. 202 in IMDb's top 250. Its message, timely for the nuclear age, is that mankind would be exterminated if we didn't stop killing one another. The message of the 2008 version is that we should have voted for Al Gore. This didn't require Klaatu and Gort. That's what I'm here for. Actually, Klaatu is non-partisan and doesn't name names, but his message is clear: Planets capable of sustaining life are so rare that the aliens cannot allow us to destroy life on this one. So they'll have to kill us.

The mission of the movie is to connect with the alien vision which holds the mankind as the destroyers of this life sustaining planet. If you come out away..thinking about our role in pollution ; even for a second, then the movie had achieved its objective.

The director did a wonderful job when it comes to action scenes and its pretty convincing. For me this is one of the great movies of the year with an important message.
Verdict : A

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Help repair houses of poor, firms urged

KUANTAN: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is hoping the private sector will assist in financing repairs to houses belonging to the lower income group.“Bear in mind that the effort to solve this problem is also one of the criteria in jihad (holy war in Islam)”, he said.
Oh come on Najib, BN had been in power for all of 52 years in Pahang, and you had been The Menteri Besar before and now you are their MP for Pekan, yet to see such a dilapilated house at your own backyard is simply "funny" If helping the poor the is jihad, why didnt you do it to the utmost first, before wasting billions on purchassing submarine.
Now you go around telling private sector to help the poor while the ministers help themselves.

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Landslide tragedy: 4 killed, one missing

A massive landslide at 4am today buried 14 bungalows in Bukit Antarabangsa, Hulu Klang. So far, four bodies have been recovered with only one missing as at 8.30pm...(Picture and News courtesy of Malaysiakini)

Now Read this : PM: No more hillside developments : Bkt Antarabangsa tragedy: The PM says all state governments must play their role to prevent tragedies such as the one in Bukit Antarabangsa. ( From Malaysiakini)

Well, This is the cruncher..

Just four days to the 15th anniversary of the Highland Towers tragedy, disaster again struck early this morning in Bukit Antarabangsa when a landslide killed at least four people, seven missing, 15 injured, 14 bungalows destroyed and 4,000 people evacuated from the area.

Parliament, when it reconvenes on Wednesday, should have an urgent debate on why no lessons have been learnt from the 1993 Highland Towers Tragedy which claimed 48 lives when its Condominium Block 1 collapsed so as to prevent the recurrence of today’s tragedy.

I still remember vividly the harrowing presence of former Deputy Prime Minister, Tun Musa Hitam, when I visited the Highland Towers Condominium collapse site in Ulu Klang on the night of 11th December 1993, as he lost his son Rashid Carlos who together with his wife Rozita perished in the tragedy.

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) should also initiate an urgent inquiry as to why the relevant government authorities have failed to learn past disasters and tragedies...( by YB Lim Kit Siang.)

So what do you think? Yap ! Pak Lah is talking as if President George Bush and his Republican Party has been governing this country for the past 51 years.. and Barisan Nasional has nothing to do with at all..

Friday, October 31, 2008


"The Shah Alam High Court today acquitted political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda of abetting the murder of Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu.

Justice Mohd Zaki Md Yasin ruled that the prosecution has failed to prove a case against Abdul Razak"...(

"Horror..horror" the words uttered in Conrad's "Heart of Darkness trickles to my it was meant to depict the savageness and barbarism of mankind in the name of civilization. It is childishly entertaining to think that people who never met have got reasons and purpose to blow up another human being with deadly explosive available only to elite force.

And the only person who had reason and purpose walked out freely today because the prosecution succesfully convinced the judge that they are indeed a bunch of idiots who work extra long hours to give Malaysian a wonderful place in the world. The Heart of Darkness is not some where in Africa but here, right at home. And we call the west evil.

(picture: courtesy of Malaysiakini)

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

100 Cool Things About Being A Guy

1. Phone conversations are over in 30 seconds flat.
2. Movie nudity is virtually always female.
3. You know stuff about tanks.
4. A 5 day vacation requires only one suitcase.
5. Monday Night Football.
6. You don't have to monitor your friends' sex lives.
7. Your bathroom lines are 80% shorter.
8. You can open all of your own jars.
9. Old friends don't give a crap whether you've lost or gained weight.
10. Dry cleaners and haircutters don't rob you blind.
11. When clicking through the channels, you don't have to stall at every shot of somebody crying.
12. Your ass is never a factor in a job interview.
13. All your orgasms are real.
14. A beer gut does not make you invisible to the opposite sex.
15. Guy in hockey masks don't attack you ... unless you're playing hockey.
16. You don't have to lug a bag full of stuff around everywhere you go.
17. You understand why the movie "Stripes" is funny.
18. You can go to the bathroom without a support group.
19. Your last name stays put.
20. You can leave the hotel bed unmade.
21. When your work is criticized, you don't have to panic that everyone secretly hates you.
22. You can kill your own food.
23. The garage is all yours.
24. You get extra credit for the slightest act of thoughtfulness.
25. You see the humor in "Terms of Endearment."
26. Nobody secretly wonders whether you swallow.
27. You never have to clean a toilet.
28. You can be showered and ready to go in 10 minutes.
29. Sex means never worrying about your reputation.
30. Wedding plans take care of themselves.
31. If someone forgets to invite you to something, he or she can still be your friend.
32. Your underwear is $10 for a three-pack.
33. The National College Cheerleading Championship
34. None of your coworkers has the power to make you cry.
35. You don't have to shave below your neck.
36. You don't have to curl up next to a hairy butt every night.
37. If you're 34 and single, nobody even notices.
38. You can write your name in the snow.
39. You can get into a nontrivial pissing contest.
40. Everything on your face gets to stay its original color.
41. Chocolate is just another snack.
42. You can be president.
43. You can quietly enjoy a car ride from the passenger's seat.
44. Flowers fix everything.
45. You never have to worry about other people's feelings.
46. You get to think about sex 90% of your waking hours.
47. You can wear a white shirt to a water park.
48. Three pairs of shoes is more than enough.
49. You can eat a banana in a hardware store.
50. You can say anything and not worry about what people think.
51. Foreplay is optional.
52. Brat Pitt doesn't live in your universe.
53. Nobody stops telling a good dirty joke when you walk into a room.
54. You can whip your shirt off on a hot day.
55. You don't have to clean your apartment if the meter reader's coming by.
56. You never feel compelled to stop a pal from getting laid.
57. Car mechanics tell you the truth.
58. You don't give a rat's butt if anyone notices your new haircut.
59. You can quietly watch a game with you buddy for hours without ever thinking, "He must be mad at me."
60. The world is your urinal.
61. You never misconstrue innocuous statements to mean your lover's about to leave you.
62. You get to jump up and slap stuff.
63. Hot wax never comes near your pubic area.
64. One mood, all the time.
65. You can admire Clint Eastwood without starving yourself to look like him.
66. You never have to drive on to another gas station because "this one's just too gross."
67. You know at least 20 ways to open a beer bottle.
68. You can sit with you knees apart no matter what you're wearing.
69. Same work...more pay!
70. Gray hair and wrinkles only add character.
71. You don't have to leave the room to make an emergency crotch adjustment.
72. Wedding dress: $2,000; tuxedo rental: $75.
73. You don't care if someone's talking about you behind your back.
74. With 400 million sperm per shot, you could double the Earth's population in 15 tries, at least in theory.
75. You don't mooch off of other's desserts.
76. If you retain water, it's in a canteen.
77. The remote control is yours and yours alone.
78. People never glance at your chest when you're talking to them.
79. ESPN's SportsCenter.
80. You can drop by to see a friend without having to bring a little gift.
81. Bachelor parties whomp ass over bridal showers.
82. You have a normal and healthy relationship with your mother.
83. You can buy condoms without the shopkeeper imagining you naked.
84. You needn't pretend you're "Freshening up" to go to the bathroom.
85. If you don't call your buddy when you say you will, he won't tell your other friends you've changed.
86. Someday you'll be a dirty old man. (He..he..he..)
87. You can rationalize any behavior with the handy phrase "Screw it."
88. If another guy shows up at the party in the same outfit, you just might become lifelong buddies.
89. Princess Di's death was just another obituary.
90. The occasional well-rendered belch is practically expected.
91. You never have to miss a sexual opportunity because you're not in the mood.
92. You think the idea of punting a small dog is funny.
93. If something mechanical doesn't work, you can bash it with a hammer or throw it across the room.
94. New shoes don't blister, cut, and mangle your feet.
95. Porn movies are designed with your mind in mind.
96. You don't have to remember everyone's birthdays and anniversaries.
97. Not liking a person won't stop you from having great sex with them.
98. Your pals can be trusted never to trap you with: "So...notice anything different?"
99. Baywatch
100. There's always a game on somewhere.

What a great feelin..... don't ya agree guys.. (Kelabit Girl, I can see you biting your lips..)

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Citizenship for Sabahans a right, not privilege

(From Malaysiakini.)

The Home Ministry has no power to grant or withdraw citizenship from Sabahans as that would contravene the Malaysia Agreement and the Federal Constitution, said Sepanggar MP Eric Majimbum.


sapp eric majimbun"It is the law that determines whether a local Sabahan is a citizen and it has been agreed in the Malaysia Agreement and the Federal Constitution that all Sabahans are citizens," said Majimbum in a statement.

He was commenting on Home Minister Syed Hamid Albar's statement in The Star yesterday that he had directed the National Registration Department (NRD) to clearly state that permanent residency and citizenship were not rights but priviledges.

syed hamid albarSyed Hamid also said his ministry had granted citizenship to Sino-Kadazan Yong Lee Hua @ Piang Lin, 78, because she was a 'genuine case'.

Yong was issued a red identification card meant for permanent residents after she lost her MyKad in February last year.

Only PR is a priviledge

Majimbum said that when Malaysia was formed in 1963, it was agreed upon that all Sabahans, native or otherwise, will automatically be made citizens.

He said that such provisions were explicitly laid down in the Malaysia Agreement and the amendments to the Federal Constitution.

Yong was therefore a citizen by operation of law, argued Majimbum.

'Therefore the question of the Home Minister "restoring" or "granting" her citizenship is therefore absolutely ridiculous as he has no power to grant or take away the citizenship of a person who is a citizen by operation of law," said Majimbum

Majimbum said that in the case of permanent residents, the minister was right in calling it a priviledge.

Yong's case drew an uproar after United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organasition (Upko) highlighted the matter to the press.

Upko had even threatened to review its position within Barisan Nasional should there be no revamp of the NRD.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Hasta la vista, baby!

If you guys wondering whats really happening to our economy..just read this article by the prolific contributer, G.Krishnan.

I refer to the Malaysiakini
report FDI outflow at record high.

The news of Malaysia’s foreign direct investment (FDI) outflow hitting a record high in 2007 comes at the heel of a series of depressing news on several fronts for Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. This was by no means healthy news for the economy, consumer confidence, and certainly the Abdullah regime, especially when you put our scenario within the context of the other nations in the Asean bloc.

With inflation having crept up to a 27 year high mark by hitting 8.5 percent in August, it sure seems like the overall economic picture has put the Abdullah regime even more precariously on its heels.

Of course while it might look like this is tantamount to adding salt to the wound, we cannot overlook the news that Malaysia slipped from 36th place in 2001 to 47th place in the 2008 Corruption Perception Index.

Now, surely you see the pattern emerging from these facts above, right? Yes, it’s not a pretty picture by any means. Not surprisingly, there are all kinds of convenient explanations and rationalisations one will uncover from the official government mouthpieces.

But it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that those in the driver’s seat might as well have been asleep.

Anyway, as you well know, there has not been much for Abdullah to blow his horn on the political front either. Aside from the persistent pressure from Pakatan Rakyat to topple his regime, he’s had to repeatedly put out some rapidly spreading wildfires within Umno. Which of course brings us to this most recent ‘emergency meeting’ of the Umno cabal.

No matter how you cut it, one thing about politics is clear: when a supposed leader doesn’t deliver on his promises, he undermine himself. Typically, the eventual outcome is that ‘aspiring successors’ find ways to further consolidate their positions while leaving the wounded ‘leader’ to become even weaker.

The undeniable fact is that Abdullah could never seem to get his supposed reforms off the ground. Rather than breaking from the corroded regime that preceded him, he too became rusty by association. He and his regime became the very heart of what they promised to change. Not exactly a ringing endorsement of his competence, is it?

It’s not difficult to see how Abdullah allowed himself to get into such a bind, which eventually undermined his own position. Not only has he had to ‘cut a deal’ with his deputy, but we’ve now seen the timetable for his departure moved forward.

That’s what bad economic news can do; and when you have bad news as cited above flowing steadily on just about all fronts, it becomes next to impossible to expect your troops to stand by you.

Seeing a weakened and discredited leader’s political career collapse does not in any way guarantee that things will change for the better. In fact, I am convinced that as an ideologically bankrupt regime, Barisan Nasional cannot take us any further. It can only hold us back from advancing.

Nevertheless, while the country may not yet be ready to say goodbye to BN, I think we can indeed say goodbye to Abdullah.

Friday, September 26, 2008

It was 10.52pm when this song was played on the radio and it put a big smile all over my face. And I guess the same goes to all the lover boys out there..( young or old just the same) sometimes songs like this really play magic with one's memory..

To All The Girls I've Loved Before (Willie Nelson n Julio Iglesias)

To all the girls I've loved before
Who travelled in and out my door
I'm glad they came along
I dedicate this song
To all the girls I've loved before
To all the girls I once caressed
And may I say I've held the best
For helping me to grow
I owe a lot I know
To all the girls I've loved before

The winds of change are always blowing
And every time I try to stay
The winds of change continue blowing
And they just carry me away.

To all the girls who shared my life,
Who now are someone else's wives
I'm glad they came along
I dedicate this song
To all the girls I've loved before.

The winds of change are always blowing
And every time I try to stay
The winds of change continue blowing
And they just carry me away.

To all the girls we've loved before
Who travelled in and out our door
We're glad they came along
we dedicate this song
To all the girls we've loved before.

To all the girls we've loved before
Who travelled in and out our door
We're glad they came along

We dedicate this song
To all the girls we've loved before.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Utusan dares Kok to take lie detector test

Okay..if you are wondering what is it.. read on :

""Barely two hours after her release at the Jalan Travers police station at 1pm, the Selangor state exco member came face to face with her accusers again.
At the press conference in DAP headquarters today, Kok was asked by an Utusan reporter if she was willing to take a lie detector test to convince Malaysians that she had no part in the azan controversy.
DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang leapt to his former political secretary's defence, questioning the questioner, "For what?".
"They (the police) released her already, proving that they were wrong. Isn't that enough?" said Lim.
Not to be outdone, Kok upped the ante, saying that the lie detector test should first be used on her accusers before they ask her to take the polygraph test."" -Malaysiakini

ha..ha..ha... the word.. all this while the highest court in Malaysia was the Federal Court untill it was overtaken by Mahkamah Sumpah. Now we have the highest court of justice called Mahkamah Utusan Malaysia.

So beware you politicians out there.. after this, the Utusan Malaysia reporters may carry a lie detecter and catch you fellas on the spot with your pants down.

Imagine they are asking Najib : Ada kah benar Datuk tak pernah jumpa Altantuya..? (Answer : No)
Guess how the detecter will sound.. at his answer..

I guess it will go like this.. oink..oink..oink (it means this fella is a bloody fucking liar)

Next question : Dato, did you get any commision for buying the submarine? (Answer : No)

I guess it will go like this.. ting.. tong..ting..tong.. ( it means : this moron is a born liar..)
To Saiful Bukhari : 'Were you really sodomized by Anwar Ibrahim..? (Saiful : Yap)
The lie detector went on like this.. ka..ka..ka..ka..ka..ka..ka..
It means : His fart cracking, foul smelling arse hole never even seen a finger going in except his own.
And The reporters turn to PaK Lah and ask : Do you think our economy is okay? ( Answer : Yes its okay)

The detector goes berserk.. tang ding gong mang ping jong kang tang ding gong ping jong kang
(it means : this guy lies even when he is talking in his sleep..
The bottom line is why should they ask Theresa Kok to take a lie detector test when they should be asking Khir toyo, Ahmad Ismail, Saiful Bukhari or even Syed Hamid Albar to go for it and save all the trouble. I was wondering why they never asked Anwar to go for it? May be they don't want the whole world to know that he has the numbers..he..he..he..

What have this country come to?

Friday, September 19, 2008

A Tribute to Michael Bolton

Songs are many things. It could be just a piece of soothing music, a good companion, a loyal friend or a beautiful caring hands that wipe your worries away.

Every time I fell and hit the dirt in several pieces, this is the singer and his songs which nurse my wounds, heal the cracks and rejunevate my spirit.

There is one song in particular that "taps" on my shoulder and says "wake up boy.. you have got an ocean to conquer so dont cry over this cup of water. Nine years ago that was best anecdote for my pain, six years ago it was the magic wand that chasess away my blues and 3 years ago it was the "mystical glue" that kept me together and made me march forward..

Thank you Mr Michael Bolton. You do not know me. But you have been an intergral part of my life through your songs. Your strong yet soothing and calming voice carried me away from the clutches of agony. With your powerful rendition which is both compassionate and deep reaching I must say, you had saved me more than once from crumbling under preasure.

Friends, the next time you hear this song (below) try to feel the passion that I'm talking about.


(Michael Bolton)

Gonna break from these chains around me

Gonna learn to fly again

May be hard, may be hard

But I'll do it

When I'm back on my feet again

Soon these tears will all be dryin'

Soon these eyes will see the sun

Might take time, might take time

But I'll see it

> When I'm back on my feet again

When I'm back on my feet again

I'll walk proud down that street again

And they'll all look at me again

And they'll see that I'm strong

Gonna hear the children laughing

Gonna hear the voices sing

Won't be long, won't be long

Till I hear them

When I'm back on my feet again

Gonna feel the sweet light of heaven

Shining down its light on me

One sweet day, one sweet day

I will feel it

When I'm back on my feet again

And I'm not gonna crawl again

I will learn to stand tall again

No I'm not gonna fall again

Cos I'll learn to be strong

Soon these tears will all be dryin'

Soon these eyes will see the sun

Won't be long, won't be long Till I see it

When I'm back on my feet again

When I'm back on my feet again

I'll be back on my feet again

Monday, September 15, 2008

Police stop march for Orang Asli rights

KUALA LUMPUR, Sat - Today marks the first anniversary of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 2007.
What happened today, ironically, left us with very little wonder why the orang asal in this country have to continue to fight for their rights to exist. In conjunction with the anniversary, Jaringan Orang Asal SeMalaysia (“JAOS”) has organised exhibitions and workshops from 10 to 14 September 2008 at The Annexe, Central Market to increase awareness on the plight of the indigenous peoples in this country.

The height of the 4-day event is the ‘walk’ from Central Market to the Palace to present a memorandum on indigenous peoples’ rights to the King.

The organisers and representatives from various orang asal communities gathered at The Annexe, Central Market as early as 9.30 a.m. in anticipation of the walk. Everyone was in high spirits as participants put on their traditional costumes and carried musical instruments.

As they were getting ready to begin the walk, the participants sang the common orang asal song. Some were seen carrying placards with words such as ‘Jangan Ceroboh Kawasan Orang Asal’, ‘Kami Bukan “Dan Lain-Lain”’, and ‘Hentikan Eksploitasi Hak Kami’.

The map to the Palace was also distributed to everyone. After moving barely a few hundred metres from Central Market, the participants were stopped by the police. This appeared confusing as yesterday, the police confirmed with the organisers that they have approved the police permit for them to ‘walk’ to the Palace. Despite intense negotiations, the organisers failed to rationalise with the police to allow the walk to go on.

With deep disappointment, the organiser had to inform the participants to return to The Annexe. Some participants showed mild resistance, but being the civic minded lot they are, they obliged the police’s order and walked peacefully back to The Annexe. Along the way, at least one or two representatives of the orang asal were seen giving short interviews to the media protesting the police’s action to stop the ‘walk’.

I end this report with the lyrics sung by the orang asal as they attempted to march to the Palace:

Orang Asal … oh-oh … Orang Asal
Mengapa nangis, matamu bengkak
Aduh Papa, aduhlah mama
Ak Orang Asal, semakin ditindas

Orang Asal … oh-oh … Orang Asal
Mengapa nangis, matamu bengkak
Aduh aru, aduhlah aki
Adat kami hamper hilang

Orang Asal … oh-oh … Orang Asal
Jangan nangis, jangan putus asa
Ayuh semua, wahai Orang Asal
Mari berjuang, tahan adat kita
(Source : The Malaysian Bar)

Friday, September 12, 2008

How To Tell A Woman....

Someone I knew was fuming over an acquaintance who passed some unsavoury remarks about her appearance... She has a point.

Guys; listen to this oldman. I have seen the Berlin wall going up and then came tumbling down. That means I have seen enough women to understand one thing. Don't get nasty with them as they are sensitive If you guys have to expostulate women's appearance, beware... don't even think of excoriating if you don't have the required skill.

We (men) must know how to play around with words. It means being diplomatic, courteous, polite, sarcastic and filmsily cunning . All at once. Isn't that what we are; slyful and adventurous animal with "noble intentions". (ka..ka.. opps my false teeth just fell out)

Lets look at the problem.. how do we tell women things that are need to be told.. There are rules and ways. Let me give you some examples.

NO:1 Anatomy never been easy. It can be sticky. For instance if you find a woman's boobs is way too large for her (its not her fault thou) don't say " your boobs are too big for you.."

Try saying: "You have a generous "heart" with massive space for intriguing beauty paid upfront handsomely.

True Meaning : Gosh... your boobs are are gigantic that I can even take shelter when it rains.

NO:2 When a woman puts up atrocious make up and looks like a scaredevil ( scarecrow is to chase crows, so you know what is a scaredevil)

Try saying : "You look mysteriously exotic" (In most restaurants .. all the terrible tasting things are known as "exotic")

True Meaning : "God almighty, did you ran away from a Chinese Opera with half make up on..."

NO:3 When a woman scandalously misdress and appears like a crossbreed between ostrich and a horny porcupine...

Try saying : look out of this world..

Real meaning : Good Lord..what happened to you.. you look like just been raped by aliens..

NO :4. Commenting on wrinkles is big but if you can't control your urge to comment..

Try saying : "those handful of wisdom curves, make you look even more sophisticated"

Real Meaning : You have more lines on your face compared to your palms. So much so.. you look like a computer chip board.

NO:5. Body odour is an unpleasant issue. Never ever offend a woman on this matter.

Try saying : "They say not even the best perfume can capture the powerfully stimulating, true smell of a woman. Yours is the most mindboggling I have come across"

True Meaning : "You skunk or what"

Remember what Lord Dewar said, "minds are like parachute, they only function when open,," So up your mind and have more communicative skills. Good Luck

Raja Petra arrested under ISA

Controversial blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin was arrested today under the Internal Security Act for allegedly being a threat to security, peace and public order.

According to Home Minister Syed Hamid Albar, the 58-year old father of five would be detained under Section 73(1) of the ISA, which allows for detention of up to 60 days.
“The police will do an assessment during this period and if they feel he should be held more than 60 days, the police will then refer to me,” Syed Hamid was quoted as saying by The Star.

The minister also confirmed that the Sin Chew Daily, The Sun and Suara Keadilan were issued show cause letters. "They have been given a week to reply," he added.
Raja Petra's wife Marina Lee Abdullah earlier told Malaysiakini that 10 police personnel from Bukit Aman came to their home in Sungai Buloh at about 1.10pm to arrest him.

When Malaysiakini contacted her at 1.25pm, the police personnel were still there. However, Raja Petra - popularly known by his initials RPK - was taken away to an unknown destination at 1.50pm. The police also confiscated a computer, some books and VCDs


The Malaysian goverment is surely going to go down in history as the most misfiring one. Why? Just few days ago a chimpanze by the name of Ahmad Ismail incited radial hatred and threaten natinal security by subscribing to May 13 incident. Ho stoke up considerable amount of wave to the extend Gerakan had severed their relationship with Penang UMNO.

For such display of wantom disregard of national unity and creating racial unrest, he was only suspended for 3 years from party. Wow.. How come no police or special squad with balaclavas to apprehend him. Why Umno is taking action and not police when there are a handful of police reports.

Barisan Nasional goverment must treat the people of this country fairly. If you have proof then charge Raja Petra in the court. If you can't then release him. ISA is just a tool for cowards like Bee End.

Monday, September 8, 2008

Mpnaped saga continues,,its not Aussie but Taiwan

( Taken from Malaysian gate by jatt)

Well, all the MP's already set up for holidays or an agriculture study tour.They went to Taiwan..hrm.. This is what i call a from drama or movie perhaps like this one

How about below claims by anwar Ibrahim?It has been reported today that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim made an announcement after chairing the Pakatan Rakyat briefing at Kuala Lumpur that 32 Barisan Nasional Members of Parliament have agreed to crossover.

It seems that the Pakatan Rakyat is on the way to form the next federal government as scheduled.

In the mean while, Barisan Nasional Back-benchers’ Club (BNBBC) sent 41 of BN MP’s to Taiwan for a last-minute’s ’study tour’ today and are only scheduled to come back on September 17, in an attempt to fail the Sept 16 Pakatan Rakyat takeover of the federal government.

The Pakatan Rakyat requires 30 Barisan Nasional MP's to crossover to form the next federal government.

A NEW DAWN is at sight for Malaysians.

Are they going to wait till 17th Sept or fly back home to make the day come true?

So, now it become super frog? Obviously they who jump out ought to be a hero for Pakatan Rakyat and Malaysians.

Let just pray they don't end up like this frog.."mati katak"

Friday, September 5, 2008

Mpnaped.. Overseas trip to prevent kataks

Retreat? Or another Booty Camp?Ahhhh, this is interesting. So the venue is kangaroo land.What a coincidence.Loyalty test could it be?

They are going to walk the plank to see if they are truly loyal to Bonaparte.

Captain Jack Sparrow is sponsoring his yatch for this event.

Trip agenda prepared by Biro Tata Negara. Rather it should be Bye -O -Ta -Ta - Negara.
We will not be coming back.

Those who failed the loyalty test can have this options to choose from ;

1) Jump into the Great Barrier Reef with some Great White Sharks. ( Not play golf with Greg Norman)

2) Survive in the Great Out Back with some Dingos or crocs. (Dungus and buaya darats need not take part.)

3) Stay in Tasmania with some Tasmanian Devils. (Sorry, Devils’ Curry is not in the menu)

Those who survived will be accepted to join PR.

One more thing. Those whom are accepted by PR, we will deduct your new ‘revised down’ salary to pay the bills for this trip.It is the rakyats’ money anyway.

Those rejected by PR, consider this trip as our ‘Golden Hand Shake’.

We will still deduct from you. Get our friend Ah Long to loan you some cash.

And YES ! I am going to have a wonderful weekend!

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Saya Anak Malaysia

Albert Einstein once said: ‘Nationalism is the scourge of mankind.’

Strange that we begin our celebration of National Day with such a sentence but if you can examine this statement without the rose-tinged glasses, feverish flag-waving euphoria and the normal syrupy sentiments attached to the traditional festivities of the big day, you will see that it is indeed very true.

Nationalism, which to an uneducated mind says that ‘my country is better than yours’ and religion, which also to the uncultured and unimaginative mind says that ‘my God is better than yours’ have created far much more wars, bloodshed and hatred in this world that any other factor.

They have been used as tools of vendetta and weapons of submission by the leaders-that-be, be they political, religious or racial leaders. Historically almost every large scale war that has been fought has been over these two reasons.

Nations against nations, brothers against brothers. And for what this madness? A fleeting sense of triumph in a life span that does not go beyond 80 years?
In Malaysia, a microcosm of the world exists. Where different nationalities and religions exist side by side. And we have always been half-happy, in that uneasy truce where we barter something to gain something else.

But we have pulled through it and have emerged…not great, not triumphant, but okay only la. But what saddens us, and troubles us deeply is that Malaysia is capable of greatness – immense and gargantuan greatness.

Because her people are actually her greatest strength. Having withstood the many tests of race, religion and governance , we still stand united. But we could be more, so much more.
We hurt because as Kipling says, ‘We can’t bear to see the truth that one speaks, twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools’.

We dare to dream of a day, when we can see each other clearly without the dirt of bigotry blurring the lenses of our vision. Of a day when we can reach out and touch each other without fearing that we will be classified as not belonging here or there or wherever.
Of a day when we can speak as one and not many different voices. Of a day when we are equal under God’s bright blue skies, where we all can hold our heads up with pride and say with our hands on our hearts, ‘We are Malaysians. Not Malay, Not Chinese, Not Indian, Not Lain-lain, but just Malaysians’.

We are not each other’s enemies, we are each others pillars of strength. We learn from each other, we lean on each other and we live our lives collectively as a nation moving in tandem, growing in comfort and prosperity. That is what real nationalism should be about.
To be proud of your country and nurture her, but at the same time, understand that we share this world with others and we need to play an effective role in trade, communications and friendship with all other nations, shrugging off the yoke of apathy, ill-will and distrust that we harbour with any or all nations, regardless of race, religion and political leanings.
Politics is merely a governance of a country, religion is merely a governance of a need to reach an inner peace and race is merely geography and genetics.

What is of ultimate importance is that we learn to govern ourselves – to train our minds to seek intelligent answers everywhere, to understand that living and loving can transcend to more than just our immediate families and to believe that true freedom comes with the emancipation of our mind from the shackles of racism, nationalism and religion and see each and every one of us as a friend, father, brother, mother, sister and child.

Then only are we truly free and on the day that we celebrate Merdeka as one people, we can smile in pride and repeat after Martin Luther King , ‘Free at last, free at last, oh my god, freedom at last!’
Here’s hoping for a dawn of a brave new wondrous era for all us Malaysians.

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Permatang Pauh Celebrates..

(Taken fron Anilnetto)

A jubilant mood all over Permatang Pauh.

The poor are proud that Anwar has made it. Pak Din, a farmer said, “Biarlah Anwar tak beri saya apa-apa. Saya kesihan kat depa. Teruk sangat orang kutuk kat depa. Saya sekeluarga undi depa.”

I talked to an Indian man in his late 30s, introducing himself as Rama. He declared in Malay, “Dia orang mau kasi malu sama itu Anwar Brahim. TV kasi malu. Video kasi malu. Cakap orang besar pun mau kasi malu sama dia. Apa ini politik ka? Itu pasal saya kasi undi sama Anwar. Dia orang baik. Mau tolong sama kita.”

I met a Chinese who introduced himself as Uncle Leong. His immediate reaction to Anwar’s victory was, “Kita semua sudah kata, ini Anwar mesti menang punya. Olang BN manyak kacau. Tadak malu lo. Apa ini cakap-cakap bikin ini macam.

Anwar bukan olang macam itu lo. Dia manyak baik. Ini BN tak boleh kasi menang. Kita mesti mau itu Anwar jadi perdana menteri. Dia manyak pandai punya orang. Ini budak apa itu cakap itu macam. Dia tada maluka. Dia punya ayah pun tada maluka? Kasi malu itu orang Melayu.”

Yes, with all the machinery BN had – the TV, the newsprint, the money, the swearing, prominent spokesmen including top government officials to counter Anwar – they still lost. The people want a change.

BN’s 51 years at the helm, they feel is enough. People are now united as Malaysians. They are no more talking about racial matters. It’s the oneness they want now.
Said a foreigner from Australia at this vicinity, “It’s Anwar against the whole government machinery and yet Anwar won with a comfortable majority.

Anwar is charismatic, intelligent and is one of the best leaders Malaysia has. Next to Mahathir is Anwar. Only Anwar can bring Malaysia to the forefront in the next decade like what Mahathir did. Malaysians should give him the chance to lead the country. It would be a lost to the country if this man is suppressed for whatever reason.”

Anwar Shakes The Ground

(Taken From Malaysiakini)
9.50pm: Official EC tally - Anwar Ibrahim got 31,195 votes, Arif Shah Omar Shah, 15,524, Hanafi Hamat, 92. Anwar won with a majority of 15,671.

Anwar's wife, Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, won the seat with a 13,398 majority at the March 8 general election.The official voter turnout was 81.01 percent. There were 58,459 registered voters. The final voter turnout figure was much higher than what the EC had stated earlier today.

There were 447 spoilt votes and 98 unreturned ballot papers.

The turnout today is slightly higher than March 8.

Meanwhile, outside the main counting centre Tuanku Bainun Teaching Institute, thousands of jubilant PKR supporters had gathered to embrace their leader's return to Parliament.PKR vice-president Azmin Ali was there to address the crowd numbering some 10,000. Other party leaders like R Sivarasa and Tian Chua were also there.
Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang and PAS' Husam Musa were also there.Anwar also addressed the ecstatic group of supporters, thanking voters for their support.

"I thank God who has been with me through this gruelling election process. I thank the voters," Anwar said as he arrived at the counting centre where some 10,000 supporters were holding a wild celebration.
"The message is clear... we have made a demand for change, for freedom and for justice," he said. "The people do not want to be exploited. We want an economic order that protects all the people."

Hundreds of riot police stood guard and a helicopter hovered overhead as the crowd gathered on a field outside the building, chanting "Putrajaya! Putrajaya!" - the name of the administrative capital and the seat of government."This is a clear indication that people of all races have rejected the communal politics of Barisan Nasional. It is a clear endorsement of our reform agenda. We are on track to take over the government," said Anwar.

Tian said that the overwhelming victory showed that "the prime minister's racial politics is bankrupt".
The EC made the official announcement at 10.05pm. Only Anwar and Hanafi were present at the announcement. Also present was Wan Azizah.

Hanafi, who was gracious in his embarrassing defeat, said he was not disheartened by the lack of votes for him as he has succeeded in his aims to promote his little known party. He lost his deposit with the low votes he garnered.

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Protesters stop Bar's 'conversion' forum

The online newsportal , reported that more than 300 protesters mostly from Muslim NGO's showed their displeasure at the Conversion To Islam forum as they feel it is a platform for Islam Bashing.

Now who is really bashing the image of Islam, the Bar Council or the protesters. Please don't give the world a message that potrays Islam as intolerant.

Interestingly the forum was moderated by Zarizana Abd Aziz among the speakers are Syariah Lawyer Mohd Hanif Katrif Abdulah representing FT Religous Council...

Just can't understand what is all the fuss when the objective of the forum is to high light and study the problems that arise from a conversion and seek suitable remedy for it. Wouldn't it do more good to Islam, if Muslims can allow discussions to chart a "peaceful" and "non agrresion" path towards conversion. Why oppose it? No wonder only 300 people took part and the rest didn't. May be most of my muslim brothers and sisters believe in muzakarah and muqabalah in determining this sort of matters..

To Rule Out (tro) or not..

The good doctor had made his stand in his SD. I am not learned in this arena... but from the simple English I know, I comprehend that "to rule out" can either be "yet" or "had". Reading the subsequent literary production on the doctors part cast shadows on "yet" and fortify "had" as he goes on to compund the "strands" in the above piece of document. The question that bogs me is "if there was any "forceful" or "pleasurely" penetration, wouldn't that been evident to the trained medical eyes of the doctor... aiiyaaa.. apek..still (more than ever) feel that fella Saiful making up stories maaa..

Friday, August 1, 2008

This is taken from Malaysiatoday. Thank you YM RPK

Hospital Pusrawi made an attempt through a press statement to negate its own medical report that shows no sodomy on Saiful (Anwar’s aide). However, its repeatedly contradictory and evasive answers to probing questions from reporters during the press conference clearly revealed that the hospital was merely putting up a show to hide the truth.

In the press conference on July 30, the hospital’s general manager Wan Mahmood Wan Yaacob (accompanied by the hospital’s medical director Kamaruddin Ahmad) denied the Saiful medical report related to sodomy, considered the examining doctor as unqualified to examine for sodomy, and even cast doubt on the authenticity of the Saiful report that is in wide circulation. He made all these assertions despite overwhelming evidences to the contrary.

However, under unrelenting questioning, Wan Mahmood admitted that the report in circulation “looks the same, contents are the same” as the original report. Then why did the hospital go into the redundant measure of setting up a three-men committee to probe into the authenticity of the circulating report - which bears all the hallmarks of typical Barisan Nasional tactic to delay and prevent the truth from emerging?

Dr. Mohamed Osman Abdul Hamid who examined Saiful Bukhari Azlan at 2.00 pm on June 28 clearly stated in his report on Saiful that the patient had no bleeding, tear or scar in the rectal/anal area and that he appeared “alert, comfortable, not pale”. Under the heading “diagnosis”, Dr. Osman wrote: TRO Assault (Sodomy) (TRO stands for ‘to rule out’). It means Dr. Osman ruled out sodomy. Under the heading “rawatan” (treatment), Dr. Osman wrote: Advise to go to the government hospital (plan to do police report). It means that the doctor asked Saiful to go to a government hospital for a check-up as required by law, since he was going to make a police report.

This medical report, though brief, is a true record that Dr. Osman had examined Saiful and found no physical evidence of sodomy. Such a report could preclude subsequent medical finding to the contrary, considering that, four hours after Dr. Osman’s examination, Saiful visited Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) where he made a police report and subjected himself to another medical examination, the contents of which are now being zealously guarded by the police.

With regards to Dr. Osman’s competence, both Wan Mahmood and Kamaruddin said they “had no doubt on Mohamed’s credibility as a doctor” and further commented, “He was a good doctor”. With such an appraisal, it is puzzling how Dr. Osman, who is 56 years old and has twenty years of medical experience, could be considered as unfit to carry out a simple examination on a sodomy assault. In fact, Dr. Osman’s report is not only relevant in the court of law, it is also invaluable to the police engaged in their preliminary investigation on the veracity of this sodomy allegation.

Now, any first year law student will tell you, "innocent untill proven guilty ( beyond reasonable doubt)". At this juncture; be it fourth year medical students or old ah peks like me can't help but smell fish about the way police, and AG team behaving. What is their nature of work exactly? To prove someone guilty at any cost or to secure the truth at any lenght no matter what came in their way. If truth is what they are looking then they should be more balanced in their approach. They should have avoided balaclavas, special briefing by the home ministry to foreign diplomats or the Boria of ministers asking for Annuar's DNA. Why they didn't do the same to Rosmah bini Najib.

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Didn't I Tell You....

The excerp below is taken from Malaysia today. (Thank you YM RPK)

You see, they asked a certain doctor from a certain hospital to conduct an examination on Saiful. The doctor did so and he came out with a report that said there is no evidence Anwar had ever penetrated or sodomised the young man.

The police then picked up the doctor and detained him for three days. As much as they tried to force him to change his report to implicate Anwar he refused to do so.Until today, the doctor stands by his report that there is no evidence Anwar had sodomised Saiful.

He knows he is going to be made to pay for this but he doesn’t care. He is not going to change his report and say that Anwar sodomised Saiful whatever they do to him. Exasperated, the police had to release Anwar on personal bond or police bail.

The doctor refuses to doctor his report and neither does Anwar want to volunteer his new specimen.Well, that doctor’s name is Dr Mohamed Osman Abdul Hamid from the Hospital Pusrawi and he has now taken his entire family and has gone into hiding because the police are looking for him and they want him to change his medical report.

At 2.00pm on 28 June 2008, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Bin Azlan went to see Dr Mohamed Osman to complain about a pain he is suffering in his anus. Saiful told the doctor that he had been assaulted by ‘a very important person’ -- meaning, of course, sodomised by Anwar Ibrahim.Dr Mohamed Osman examined Saiful but found no evidence that he had been sodomised, either by Anwar Ibrahim or anyone else for that matter.

The doctor’s report (which can be viewed above) says that there is zero (0) skin tearing, zero (0) active bleeding, zero (0) traces of pus, etc., which basically means he can’t be suffering from a pain in the anus as what he alleges.The doctor’s diagnosis is that he rules out or TRO (to rule out) assault (sodomised).

In short: Mohd Saiful Bukhari Bin Azlan is not suffering any pain in the anus and neither was he assaulted or sodomised in the anus.Saiful then said he would like to make a police report so Dr Mohamed Osman suggested he go for a second medical examination at a government hospital. Saiful did so and the doctor at the government hospital also came out with the same diagnosis. Nevertheless, Saiful still made his police report at the pondok police in the hospital.

Now, my fellow Malaysians didn't I tell you... that I believe Anwar is innocent

Monday, July 21, 2008

The Darkest Knight..

" The oft-mentioned violence is not of one of gore, he says, but more of the heart—and thus potentially more terrifying. "The main thing is that it is a very dark movie,"
said Chuck Kim a film visual designer. So whats your take? Is it bad or good to let your child to see this comic book adaptation.
Some comments:

"'Dark Knight' is a staggeringly violent and disturbing film. Thought-provoking for adults, but potentially terrifying for children," says Jeffrey Weiss of The Dallas Morning News. "The PG-13 rating should offer some warning, yes. But this film dances just south of an R in my book."

"This film is not for children, and I would discourage parents from taking anyone under 12 to see this movie," writes Jim Pappas of The “'The Dark Knight' offers a glimpse into the darker places within each of us, which might be cathartic for some, but others will simply be afraid."
"The movie is sadistic, violent, disturbing and also one of the best and biggest movies of the year," according to "That all said, 3 out of 4 of those components are absolutely not suitable for young children... regardless of how the MPAA rated the movie."

Ultimately, the "Dark Knight" decision depends upon you, your children and your relationships with them. There are children at age 14 (and I was one) who would be deeply troubled by the darkness of the film. And there are children of 10 who could not only face down the terror but even discuss some of the film's layered themes.

In all cases, we suggest talking with your children about "The Dark Knight." Be sure they understand that it is not a typical comic book movie and that it is intended for grown-ups. And should you permit them to see the film, we strongly recommend discussing it afterwards; our Common Sense Media review has some excellent starting points.

How about you?

Why I believe Anwar Is Innocent

K. Bing made this interesting observation and now... read on.

First of all, I must say that I do not possess any information which is not already public knowledge. However, I have been following news of the new sodomy allegation against Anwar closely and I’m analysing this from the perspective of ‘reasonable behaviour’ and ‘balance of probability.’ Here are the reasons why I think Anwar is not guilty.

1. Is Anwar gay? A person who has fathered six children has established his sexual orientation firmly. Bisexuality is very rare and in any case he does not fit the mould. He has a loving family and his wife is standing steadfastly by him which says a lot.

2. The highly controversial sodomy conviction of 1998 failed to convince most people. A person in a position of power who allegedly cannot control himself to even keep away from his wife’s driver, must have a string of partners. One must ask, why has nobody else come out of the woodwork? Why was it necessary to coerce false confessions from two of his associates?

3. A person on the cusp of attaining political power would not be so stupid as to risk everything. If indeed one assumes that he cannot control his urge, where are the others that he may have violated or other consensual partners? With multiple partners, it’s a secret which is almost impossible to keep for a public figure.

4. Anwar’s anger and outrage at the new allegation is exactly how a wronged person will react. His body language when he speaks of the issue is consistent with his words.

5. When news broke of the police report against him, Anwar took refuge at the Turkish embassy. I believe he did so as he feared immediate arrest and not so much a threat on his life. This shows that Anwar believes there is a conspiracy against him rather than a private complaint which would not warrant immediate arrest. A guilty person would immediately assume it’s a private complaint.

6. Saiful’s resignation e-mail to Anwar did not suggest he had been sodomised and traumatised by his boss. This e-mail has not been denied by him.

7. The notion that a 61-year-old man can force himself on a 23-year-old youth is unthinkable. If threats were used, what can Anwar possibly threaten him with as he is not in a position of power?
Is there a conspiracy against Anwar? I believe there is for the following reasons.

1. The accuser, Saiful was obviously closely connected with Umno and has been photographed with a few Umno leaders including an aide to the deputy prime minister.

2. Saiful is obviously pro-Umno as had been revealed by his online postings. Why then did he induct himself into PKR as a volunteer if not for some ulterior motive?

3. His visit to the DPM’s office a few months before the incident was explained as him having gone there to apply for a scholarship. This is a very awkward explanation. As a college dropout, Saiful was not in the market for a scholarship and in any case, the DPM’s office is the wrong department to go.

And why would a scholarship applicant have his photograph taken with a senior aide? One must ask, why is it necessary to obfuscate and conceal the real purpose of his visit?

4. Najib at first denied he had ever met Saiful and later admitted that he met Saiful at his residence when a traumatised and sodomised Saiful came to ask for his advice. Why did Najib first deny and then admit later when under pressure? Was he trying to conceal something?

5. Najib said he listened to Saiful’s story and told him it’s up to him whether he wants to lodge a police report or not. This is not credible. Wouldn’t Najib have jumped at the opportunity to discredit his political nemesis and insist that Saiful make a police report?
It is wrong for anybody - much less a minister - who has been told a crime not to bring it to the attention of the law enforcement agencies. Why is Najib giving unbelievable explanations? Is he trying to divert all thoughts away from a conspiracy and overdoing it?

6. Najib said that Saiful visited him a few days before he made his police report. The report was made on Saturday and the sodomy was alleged to have occurred on Thursday. This means Saiful could only have visited Najib on Friday, one day before he made his report.
This is stretching the definition of ‘a few days’ to breaking point. Establishing when the meeting actually took place will shed light on the veracity of the allegation.

7. How easy is it for an ordinary person to drop in and see the DPM at his residence or office on such short notice? If he has been sexually violated, there is no need to hawk his allegation to politicians first before going to the police.

8. Saiful’s smiling and confident demeanor when he emerged a few days after his police report certainly does not indicate a man who has been sodomised and traumatised.

9. Saiful’s public challenge to Anwar to swear his innocence on the Quran is unbecoming of a real victim who would be expected to feel depressed and keep a low profile rather than play politics.

To round it up, let me deal with some objections.

1. It is too outrageous to imagine that Umno would weave a sodomy conspiracy against Anwar again as nobody would believe it.

Do you think negative public opinion will stop them? Umno controls the AG’s chambers, the police, the judiciary all of which are sufficient to convict a man of trumped-up charges. For good measure, they also control the mainstream press.

2. The allegations will increase sympathy for Anwar so a conspiracy is unlikely.

On the contrary, it could well discredit Anwar. The tactic could backfire but it is not beyond politicians to miscalculate the effects of their action.

3. Anwar stands to gain the most from it so Anwar must have planned all this.

Isn’t this even more outrageous than the above? No need to waste words on this.

4. Why sodomy again? Isn’t the script 10 years old?

What else can they pin on Anwar? He is not outwardly corrupt. A legal conviction is the most efficient way to get Anwar out of the political scene for good. After serving the sentence, he will have to wait another five years before running for public office by which time he may be too old to have any political ambition.

5. It is too transparent as Saiful has been photographed with high-level Umno politicians.

The plot may have been hatched after all those photographs. We have to be realistic, there are not many candidates who would do this.

6. Why did PKR take in a person without background checks?

He volunteered at a time when PKR was desperately short of staff. Once in, a person is not easily dislodged even when his previous pro-Umno leaning is known. There’s always the notion of fair play and judging a person by his work rather than his past.

In conclusion, when events really happen, details automatically fall into place. When there’s nothing to hide, explanations do not create more questions. A person’s demeanour and facial expression is a reflection of his inner thoughts.

All the bits and pieces collected together can create a complete picture. The picture is not complete but it is complete enough for me to decide that on the balance of probabilities, the incident never happened and Anwar is again facing another political conspiracy.

Joker Stole The Limelight From Batman

The acting is a huge highlight of this movie. Everyone knows all the speculation about Heath Ledger's death after playing the Joker, and even the speculation of him being chosen in the first place, but there's one thing that there should be no speculation about: his performance. He puts on the best acting performance I've seen in years.

To realize that this is the same man from A Knight's Tale puts the greatness of his performance into perspective. The Joker is an absolute psychopath. He has no inhibitions. He describes himself perfectly as "a dog chasing a car...[he] wouldn't know what to do when he caught it." He just chases the car.

That's the Joker in a nutshell. He has no plan in mind; he just does things. He looks disturbing, and he laughs when he feels pain. He is a very frightening villain who has no problem at all killing any random person, and who has no weakness. Life is one big joke to him...a joke where fear and chaos are the natural punch line. He makes things into little games that involve people's survival, that are put together with lies.

He has no problem seeing human suffering. This is the deepest I have seen anyone venture into the heart of pure insanity. It is frightening to see. Heath Ledger does an unbelievable job playing this character. He makes you laugh, but then turns right around and does something extremely sinister, which just leaves you in shock that a human being could do that.

After seeing it, there is nobody who could've played this role better. When his name came up in the credits, the whole theater broke out into cheers and applause. RIP Heath Ledger

The direction is fabulous. Nolan has given his finest performance ever. He pulled out all the stops and dove right into the heart of insanity. He also dives right into the source of revenge. His manifestations of the villains in this movie are excellent. He is a real master, and this is his masterpiece

Overall, this movie is breathtaking, and it is the best movie of the year. It was everything that I wanted and more. I highly recommend it but do not go see it expecting a lighthearted movie. As my friend said, "When the Joker appears on screen, you just feel about 50 pounds of weight thrown on top of you." It is an intense movie.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Anwar arrested outside his house

Police is at their Best Ever. First they (Police) wanted DSAI to come to the Brickfields police station on 14.7.08 and after that they took court injuction to prevent DSAI from being within 5km radius of The Parliment building.

Guess what? Balai Polis Brickfield is well within the distance and how could DSAI present himself there. Now they are saying that DSAI ignored their request and goona take further serious action. And they did. So you see the defination for stupidity.

Friday, July 11, 2008

UMNO’s Latest Psy-War Materials Exposed

by Azly Rahman

[Azly has clarified that the piece below appeared in Malaysia Today, linked to the Malaysia Waves blog and that he had not received the email personally. - Admin]

(NOTE: This is an email I received from a reader exposing the latest brain washing tricks deployed by UMNO’s apparatus called Biro Tatanegara(BTN). Mind you BTN is 100% funded by tax payer’s money)

Biro Tatanegara. Does it ring a bell? Government propaganda or honest student development programme? For those who aren’t aware of it, Biro Tatanegara or BTN for short is under the Jabatan Perdana Menteri and it has several modules which all public university students have to attend in the name of “Student Development”.

On the 6th of July 2008 in UiTM Shah Alam, there were three separate talks being held under BTN with the first one being titled “Pendidikan”, second one titled “Ancaman Keselamatan Negara” and the third one titled, “Patriotisma”. Smell anything funny yet? No? Read on. You won’t even have to smell it after you are done reading this. It’ll be stuffed down your throat.

I would like to only focus on the first speaker, Dr. Idris bin Md. Noor. He was supposed to talk about education as that was the title of his speech, but the content was far different. He first went on with the usual introductions but in less than a few minutes, he suddenly touched on the forum on the discussion of social contract in Malaysia that the BAR council organized.
He criticized it with all his heart, saying no one should discuss about it as it is unquestionable. Fair enough, I thought at first. Freedom of speech right? But what if he suddenly accuses the “Malay” speaker in the forum, which I’m guessing is Farish A. Noor, as a traitor to the Malay race as a whole?

And while he was browsing through his files on the laptop which was projected on the big screen, it was no surprise for me that I saw files entitled “Ketuanan Melayu”. He also then went on about the Malay’s obsession with magic and ghosts, he said that it is all wrong beliefs through the perspective of Islam because if they really could use magic and other dark arts for fighting, then they should kill Karpal Singh with it.

There are so many quotable sentences, if only I could remember it all. He even said, “Kalau ular dengan India depan mata, ketuk India dulu.” He then started to become more impassioned in his speech towards the end, like someone campaigning for a political seat yet failed, and resorted to a multi-purpose hall with bumiputra students. He said so many atrocious things that I will list them down in point form.

-Explained how the Malays aren’t racist but others are racist towards us.
-Bangsa Malaysia does not exist, neither does Malaysian Chinese and Indians, only in the strict Malay, Chinese and Indians. (Interestingly, behind a booklet provided to us, one of the objectives of the programme is to produce a -”Bangsa Malaysia”. Obviously, he was ignorant).

-Bahasa Malaysia does not exist, it is Bahasa Melayu.-Nothing wrong with waving the Keris.-Bumiputra hanya 55% di Malaysia, give birth more people!

-The University and Colleges Act was partly made to ensure a Malay Vice-Chancellor in Universities which should be the way.

-Blogs are “berdosa” or sinful.

-Christians will not like Muslims.

But that isn’t even the best part. The best part is, he showed a short film on the dangers of Zionism and the illegal occupation of Palestine which was probably the only part of the speech I agreed with and I thought to myself this could be the only fact of the speech but surprise, surprise, at the end of the film, there was a montage of so-called Zionist supporters with the pictures of Anwar Ibrahim, Tian Chua, Teresa Kok, Hishamuddin Rais and Ezam Md. Nor.

Then a question popped up in my head. Is Ezam still a Zionist supporter since he is in UMNO now? Does that mean the government has a Zionist supporter as well as the opposition? And expectedly, the speaker was being more anti-semitic than anti-zionist.

He even explained how the Pakatan Rakyat ruled states are all going down the drain and he says, “this is what you get if you vote for the opposition!” He criticized Anwar Ibrahim and his colleagues so much along with Pakatan Rakyat while being completely oblivious towards Barisan Nasional’s mistakes. As if they have perfect policies.

This was supposed to be a speech touching on education and look how it ended up. It did not even smell anything of education. It was a speech that was not meant for national unity at all. How could it be when you spread hate?
I could only sit and ponder quietly while all this was happening. But the speech was not the saddest part. The saddest part was that the majority of students in the hall were cheering him on. I will type out part of the lyrics that were supplied to us, entitled, “Warisan”.

Anak Kecil main api
Terbakar hatinya yang sepi
Air mata darah bercampur keringat
Bumi dipijak milik orang

Nenek moyang kaya raya
Tergadai seluruh harta benda
Akibat engketa sesamalah kita
Cinta lenyap di arus zaman ini

Indahnya bumi kita ini
Warisan berkurun lamanya
Hasil mengalir ke tangan yang lain
Pribumi merintih sendiri

Melayukan gagah di nusantara.

Who were those words referring to? Foreign powers or non-malays?
Perfect welcome to the new intake of University Students. Please spread this to others. People need to know.

I know you should.
written by A Worried Student,

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Missing PI makes contact with nephew

(Taken From :

Private investigator P Balasubramaniam has finally broken his silence and made contact with his nephew R Kumaresan late last night via a short telephone call.

"He said he was okay, but could not talk freely," Kumaresan (left), who stressed this point several times.Balasubramaniam, his wife and three children vanished without a trace last Friday following his retraction of a stunning statutory declaration which implicated Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak in the murder of Mongolian woman Altantuya Shaariibuu.

Kumaresan, who is said to be very close to Balasubramaniam's family, said that he managed to talk to the private eye's wife during the brief exchange, who also said that she was "okay".However, Kumaresan said that he was still unaware of the whereabouts of his uncle and was coy when asked about further details of the conversation.

"When I tried to ask of his whereabouts, he could not answer," said Kumaresan, who did not elaborate despite being pressed on the matter.Kumaresan was speaking to reporters after taking part in a candlelight vigil last night, organised by Hindraf in Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur.

For about 20-minutes, some 40 individuals who took part in the gathering chanted "Where is Bala?", "We want Bala", "IGP, free Bala" and "Najib, don't hide Bala" among other slogans.Demonstration Two PKR MPs - S Manickavasagam and R Sivarasa - were also at the vigil to lend support to the gathering.

Sivarasa, who is also PKR vice-president, said his party was relieved that Balasubramaniam (right) had finally made contact with his family."At least, we know he is alive," he said.Manickavasagam said he holds the police responsible over Balasubramaniam's family and warned that the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) would organise a demonstration if the missing private eye is not found by this weekend.

On July 4, Balasubramaniam affirmed in a sworn statement that his July 1 statutory declaration was false and retracted all allegations made against Najib.The sudden retraction, one day after he had revealed his first statutory declaration, stunned the nation which sparked a nationwide search by the police

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

DPM; You Lie Again

(The following is taken from "bodohland". Thank you Francis.)

1. Mr DPM, it is known fact that even a cabinet minister can’t see you unless he/she goes through appointment, time and phone calls. Why is it so easy for unknown dropout to have a meeting with you at your private residence?

2. If he was “traumatized” (he he), does that mean every traumatized Malaysian has an easy access to your home and time? I’m traumatized, can I come now?

3. Why did he choose you? Why not the PM? Ahmad Zahidi, the Religion Minister? Zaid Ibrahim, the Law Minister? Karpal Singh, the senior lawyer? Ustadh Hadi Awang, the Politician and PAS Leader? TG Nik Azziz? The Selangor Mufti? The Perlis Mufti? The ACA? The Police? His Parents? His fiancee? UMNO Youth? Foreign Embassies? Why did he chose you alone? And why is it so easy for him to meet you even in your highly guarded private home where you rest after work while even MPs can’t meet you there?

4. You denied seeing, meeting him on Monday. You said he has only met your officer for scholarship purposes (though he has one and left it). What happened to that statement? Why did you buckle?

5. The boy said he was sodomised one day before he lodged the police report, (Thursday), but you met him earlier and you said he came to complain of sodomy. This means he went to Anwar after meeting you to be sodomised again. You met him when Anwar was in the Holy City of Medina with Dr Aziza performing Umrah, when they came back on Wed. afternoon, the boy said he was sodomised on Thursday. But the boy has been meeting you before. Don’t you think you have sold out your very self?

6. You “told” the boy that it was “up to him”, in case he wanted to file a police report about the sodomy charge. (He he). But Mr DPM you know that sodomy is criminal even if it is out of consent. So how can you fail to order him to seek redress in a court of justice in relation to a crime? Is that’s how you want to lead the nation?

Bala Told All Six Months Ago: NephewsCharles

The nephews of missing private investigator P. Balasubramaniam claimed today that their uncle had revealed to them months earlier all the details he had stated in his first statutory declaration (SD) which alleged that Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had links with murdered Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu.

Brothers R.Kumaresan, 27, and Segar, 24, of Batu Caves said their uncle had shared with them about what he had mentioned in his first SD about six months earlier, and they believed he would one day make it public.
Kumaresan, an information technology (IT) professional said his uncle had expressed relief after he made his first statuatory declaration public on Thursday but what he did the next day by denying it had shocked the siblings.

Balasubramaniam who had made public his first SD on Thursday based on what political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda -- one of the accused in the Alatantuya murder case -- had told him, on Friday retracted his allegations via a second SD, claiming his first SD had been made under duress.

The brothers spoke to reporters at the Gombak district police headquarters with their lawyer R.Surendran yesterday after giving a statement to investigators over a police report he lodged on the disappearance of his uncle, aunt and three cousins on Saturday.
"He claimed he made the first SD under duress, but from the expression on his face on that day, it was clear that he was not, everyone could see that," said Kumaresan.

"But when he retracted the SD and replaced it with another the next day, the expression on his face showed that he was really under duress. Compare his face on the first day with the second day.
"We are very close to our uncle and know him very well. There is no way he would have disappeared like this without informing us first." he said adding that his family strongly believe Balasubramaniam and his family had not gone into hiding but are being detained at an unknown location.

Kumaresan said had his uncle planned to go into hiding or feared for his safety, he would have done so on the very first day, after making the first statuatory declaration."But everything was normal after he made the statement on Thursday; and then Friday he goes missing with his family." he said.
Kumaresan said he also had no idea of who M Arulampalam, the lawyer who accompanied his uncle when he made the second SD is.
"We are worried about their safety. My aunt is a like mother-figure to me. I do not even know if they are still alive." he said.
Segar, an engineer said his uncle had also handed him an envelope two days before he made his first SD and told him to pass it to Kumaresan.

"He told me to tell Kumarasen to open it two days later but after he made public his first SD, we opened it and found that it was a copy of the SD," he said.
Meanwhile lawyer R.Surendran said the main concern of Kumaresan and Segar was the safety of his uncle and his family and not the statutory declarations he had made.

"I hope the police will look more into the angle that Balasubramaniam may be held against his will, as it does not seem that he has gone into hiding." he added.
(Taken from: Sun2Surf)

Friday, July 4, 2008

The Sandiwara Continues..PI retracts statutory declaration

Update 3pm: Malaysiakini Super Sleuth Li Tsin alerts me of another damning bit of info:

“Balasubramaniam’s statutory declaration was affirmed before commissioner of oaths Zainal Abidin Muhayat, bearing an address that is traced to Zul Rafique & Partners - a pro-establishment law firm owned by Zulkifly Rafique who is Federal Territories minister Zulhasnan Rafique’s brother. “

Dunno about you, but that piques my suspicions for sure. Here’s the longer quote from Americk, who along with YB Sivarasa, is scheduled to give a PC later this afternoon:
“”Meanwhile, Balasubramaniam’s lawyer, Americk Singh Sidhu, who was with the former yesterday when he made the stunning revelations, was “absolutely unaware” of the latest development.

Americk told Malaysiakini that Balasubramaniam received a phone call from the police soon after his press conference yesterday to report to the Brickfields police station.
“I advised him that as a law-abiding citizen, he should go and see them. So I fetched him to the Brickfields police station at 4.45pm yesterday and I haven’t heard from him since,” he said stressing that he has failed to contact Balasubramaniam since this news broke out.”"

Update 1pm: Something in Malaysiakini you may have missed:
“Balasubramaniam’s lawyer has told Malaysiakini that Balasubramaniam was contacted by the police soon after his press conference yesterday. He last saw his client after dropping him off at the Brickfields police station at 4.45pm.”
Contacted by the police directly after PC? Last seen being handed over to the cops? Retraction first thing next day?………………………

The truth is, I have no idea.
But let’s be patient, I suspect more intriguing facts will reveal themselves shortly, and will try to update if I can.

In the meantime, here’s a question for you. Who is this M. Arulampalam, Bala’s new lawyer? Who is he connected to? Why get rid of the former lawyer?Tags- .


Now the plot gets thicken isn't it. What happened to Bala in Brickfields Police Station is as good as every body's guess. To retract Statutory Declaration just a day after he made it and to claim that he was forced to do very questionable. Who has the police, AG and the entire army behind them. Anuar or Najib. So if he was threaten by Anuar to make a false SD, why he did't go to Najib and say the whole thing as the sodomy victim did.

Ha..ha..ha.. What an exciting time this is...

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Najib"s Ass Is On Fire... a must read


I, Balasubramaniam a/l Perumal (NRIC NO: 600928-08-6235) a Malaysian Citizen of full age and residing at No. 32, Jalan Pelangi 1, Taman Pelangi, Rawang, Selangor do solemly and sincerely declare as follows :-

1. I have been a police officer with the Royal Malaysian Police Force having jointed as a constable in 1981 attached to the Police Field Force. I was then promoted to the rank of lance Corporal and finally resigned from the Police Force in 1998 when I was with the Special Branch.

2. I have been working as a free lance Private Investigator since I left the Police Force.

3. Sometime in June or July 2006, I was employed by Abdul Razak Baginda for a period of 10 days to look after him at his office at the Bangunan Getah Asli, Jalan Ampang between the hours of 8.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m each working day as apparently he was experiencing disturbances from a third party.

4. I resigned from this job after 2 ½ days as I was not receiving any proper instructions.

5. I was however re-employed by Abdul Razak Baginda on the 05-10-2006 as he had apparently received a harassing phone call from a Chinese man calling himself ASP Tan who had threatened him to pay his debts. I later found out this gentleman was in fact a private investigator called Ang who was employed by a Mongolian woman called Altantuya Shaaribuu.

6. Abdul Razak Baginda was concerned that a person by the name of Altantuya Shaaribuu, a Mongolian woman, was behind this threat and that she would be arriving in Malaysia very soon to try and contact him.

7. Abdul Razak Baginda informed me that he was concerned by this as he had been advised that Altantuya Shaaribuu had been given some powers by a Mongolian ‘bomoh’ and that he could never look her in the face because of this.

8. When I enquired as to who this Mongolian woman was, Abdul Razak Baginda informed me that she was a friend of his who had been introduced to him by a VIP and who asked him to look after her financially.

9. I advised him to lodge a police report concerning the threatening phone call he had received from the Chinese man known as ASP Tan but he refused to do so as he informed me there were some high profile people involved.

10. Abdul Razak Baginda further told me that Altantuya Shaaribuu was a great liar and good in convincing people. She was supposed to have been very demanding financially and that he had even financed a property for her in Mongolia.

11. Abdul Razak Baginda then let me listen to some voice messages on his handphone asking him to pay what was due otherwise he would be harmed and his daughter harassed.

12. I was therefore supposed to protect his daughter Rowena as well.

13. On the 09.10.2006 I received a phone call from Abdul Razak Baginda at about 9.30 a.m. informing me that Altantuya was in his office and he wanted me there immediately. As I was in the midst of a surveillance, I sent my assistant Suras to Abdul Razak Baginda’s office and I followed a little later. Suras managed to control the situation and had persuaded Altantuya and her two friends to leave the premises. However Altantuya left a note written on some Hotel Malaya note paper, in English, asking Abdul Razak Baginda to call her on her handphone (number given) and wrote down her room number as well.

14. Altantuya had introduced herself to Suras as ‘Aminah’ and had informed Suras she was there to see her boyfriend Abdul Razak Baginda.

15. These 3 Mongolian girls however returned to Abdul Razak Baginda’s office at the Bangunan Getah Asli, Jalan Ampang again, the next day at about 12.00 noon. They did not enter the building but again informed Suras that they wanted to meet Aminah’s boyfriend, Abdul Razak Baginda.

16. On the 11.10.2006, Aminah returned to Abdul Razak Baginda’s office on her own and gave me a note to pass to him, which I did. Abdul Razak Baginda showed me the note which basically asked him to call her urgently.

17. I suggested to Abdul Razak Baginda that perhaps it may be wise to arrange for Aminah to be arrested if she harassed him further, but he declined as he felt she would have to return to Mongolia as soon as her cash ran out.

18. In the meantime I had arranged for Suras to perform surveillance on Hotel Malaya to monitor the movements of these 3 Mongolian girls, but they recognized him. Apparently they become friends with Suras after that and he ended up spending a few nights in their hotel room.

19. When Abdul Razak Baginda discovered Suras was becoming close to Aminah he asked me to pull him out from Hotel Malaya.

20. On the 14.10.2006, Aminah turned up at Abdul Razak Baginda’s house in Damansara Heights when I was not there. Abdul Razak Baginda called me on my handphone to inform me of this so I rushed back to his house. As I arrived, I noticed Aminah outside the front gates shouting “Razak, bastard, come out from the house”. I tried to calm her down but couldn’t so I called the police who arrived in 2 patrol cars. I explained the situation to the police, who took her away to the Brickfields police station.

21. I followed the patrol cars to Brickfields police station in a taxi. I called Abdul Razak Baginda and his lawyer Dirren to lodge a police report but they refused.

22. When I was at the Brickfields police station, Aminah’s own Private Investigator, one Mr. Ang arrived and we had a discussion. I was told to deliver a demand to Abdul Razak Baginda for USD$500,000.00 and 3 tickets to Mongolia, apparently as commission owed to Aminah from a deal in Paris.

23. As Aminah had calmed down at this stage, a policewoman at the Brickfields police station advised me to leave and settle the matter amicably.

24. I duly informed Abdul Razak Baginda of the demands Aminah had made and told him I was disappointed that no one wanted to back me up in lodging a police report. We had a long discussion about the situation when I expressed a desire to pull out of this assignment.

25. During this discussion and in an attempt to persuade me to continue my employment with him, Abdul Razak Baginda informed me that :-

25.1 He had been introduced to Aminah by Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak at a diamond exhibition in Singapore.

25.2 Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak informed Abdul Razak Baginda that he had a sexual relationship with Aminah and that she was susceptible to anal intercourse.

25.3 Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak wanted Abdul Razak Baginda to look after Aminah as he did not want her to harass him since he was now the Deputy Prime Minister.

25.4 Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, Abdul Razak Baginda and Aminah had all been together at a dinner in Paris.

25.5 Aminah wanted money from him as she felt she was entitled to a USD$500,000.00 commission on a submarine deal she assisted with in Paris.

26. On the 19.10.2006, I arrived at Abdul Razak Baginda’s house in Damansara Heights to begin my night duty. I had parked my car outside as usual. I saw a yellow proton perdana taxi pass by with 3 ladies inside, one of whom was Aminah. The taxi did a U-turn and stopped in front of the house where these ladies rolled down the window and wished me ‘Happy Deepavali’. The taxi then left.

27. About 20 minutes later the taxi returned with only Aminah in it. She got out of the taxi and walked towards me and started talking to me. I sent an SMS to Abdul Razak Baginda informing him “Aminah was here”. I received an SMS from Razak instructing me “To delay her until my man comes”.

28. Whist I was talking to Aminah, she informed me of the following :-

28.1 That she met Abdul Razak Baginda in Singapore with Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

28.2 That she had also met Abdul Razak Baginda and Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak at a dinner in Paris.

28.3 That she was promised a sum of USD$500,000.00 as commission for assisting in a Submarine deal in Paris.

28.4 That Abdul Razak Baginda had bought her a house in Mongolia but her brother had refinanced it and she needed money to redeem it.

28.5 That her mother was ill and she needed money to pay for her treatment.

28.6 That Abdul Razak Baginda had married her in Korea as her mother is Korean whilst her father was a Mongolian/Chinese mix.

28.7 That if I wouldn’t allow her to see Abdul Razak Baginda, would I be able to arrange for her to see Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

29. After talking to Aminah for about 15 minutes, a red proton aeroback arrived with a woman and two men. I now know the woman to be Lance Corporal Rohaniza and the men, Azilah Hadri and Sirul Azahar. They were all in plain clothes. Azilah walked towards me while the other two stayed in the car.

30. Azilah asked me whether the woman was Aminah and I said ‘Yes’. He then walked off and made a few calls on his handphone. After 10 minutes another vehicle, a blue proton saga, driven by a Malay man, passed by slowly. The drivers window had been wound down and the driver was looking at us.

31. Azilah then informed me they would be taking Aminah away. I informed Aminah they were arresting her. The other two persons then got out of the red proton and exchanged seats so that Lance Corporal Rohaniza and Aminah were in the back while the two men were in the front. They drove off and that is the last I ever saw of Aminah.

32. Abdul Razak Baginda was not at home when all this occurred.

33. After the 19.10.2006, I continued to work for Abdul Razak Baginda at his house in Damansara Heights from 7.00 p.m. to 8.00 a.m. the next morning, as he had been receiving threatening text messages from a woman called ‘Amy’ who was apparently ‘Aminah’s’ cousin in Mongolia.

34. On the night of the 20.10.2006, both of Aminah’s girl friends turned up at Abdul Razak Baginda’s house enquiring where Aminah was. I informed them she had been arrested the night before.

35. A couple of nights later, these two Mongolian girls, Mr. Ang and another Mongolian girl called ‘Amy’ turned up at Abdul Razak Baginda’s house looking for Aminah as they appeared to be convinced she was being held in the house.

36. A commotion began so I called the police who arrived shortly thereafter in a patrol car. Another patrol car arrived a short while later in which was the investigating officer from the Dang Wangi Police Station who was in charge of the missing persons report lodged by one of the Mongolians girls, I believe was Amy.

37. I called Abdul Razak Baginda who was at home to inform him of the events taking place at his front gate. He then called DSP Musa Safri and called me back informing me that Musa Safri would be calling handphone and I was to pass the phone to the Inspector from Dang Wangi Police Station.

38. I then received a call on my handphone from Musa Safri and duly handed the phone to the Dang Wangi Inspector. The conversation lasted 3 – 4 minutes after which he told the girls to disperse and to go to see him the next day.

39. On or about the 24.10.2006, Abdul Razak Baginda instructed me to accompany him to the Brickfields police station as he had been advised to lodge a police report about the harassment he was receiving from these Mongolian girls.

40. Before this, Amy had sent me an SMS informing me she was going to Thailand to lodge a report with the Mongolian consulate there regarding Aminah’s disappearance. Apparently she had sent the same SMS to Abdul Razak Baginda. This is why he told me he had been advised to lodge a police report.

41. Abdul Razak Baginda informed me that DPS Musa Safri had introduced him to one DSP Idris, the head of the Criminal division, Brickfields police station, and that Idris had referred him to ASP Tonny.

42. When Abdul Razak Baginda had lodged his police report at Brickfields police station, in front of ASP Tonny, he was asked to make a statement but he refused as he said he was leaving for overseas. He did however promise to prepare a statement and hand ASP Tonny a thumb drive. I know that this was not done as ASP Tonny told me.

43. However ASP Tonny asked me the next day to provide my statement instead and so I did.

44. I stopped working for Abdul Razak Baginda on the 26.10.2006 as this was the day he left for Hong Kong on his own.

45. In mid November 2006, I received a phone call from ASP Tonny from the IPK Jalan Hang Tuah asking me to see him regarding Aminah’s case. When I arrived there I was immediately arrested under S.506 of the Penal Code for Criminal intimidation.

46. I was then placed in the lock up and remanded for 5 days. On the third day I was released on

police bail.

47. At the end of November 2006, the D9 department of the IPK sent a detective to my house to escort me to the IPK Jalan Hang Tuah. When I arrived, I was told I was being arrested under S.302 of the Penal Code for murder. I was put in the lock up and remanded for 7 days.

48. I was transported to Bukit Aman where I was interrogated and questioned about an SMS I had received from Abdul Razak Baginda on the 19.10.2006 which read “delay her until my man arrives”. They had apparently retrieved this message from Abdul Razak Baginda’s handphone.

49. They then proceeded to record my statement from 8.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. everyday for 7 consecutive days. I told them all I knew including everything Abdul Razak Baginda and Aminah had told me about their relationships with Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak but when I came to sign my statement, these details had been left out.

50. I have given evidence in the trial of Azilah, Sirul and Abdul Razak Baginda at the Shah Alam High Court. The prosecutor did not ask me any questions in respect of Aminah’s relationship with Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak or of the phone call I received from DSP Musa Safri, whom I believe was the ADC for Datuk Seri Najib Razak and/or his wife.

51. On the day Abdul Razak Baginda was arrested, I was with him at his lawyers office at 6.30 a.m. Abdul Razak Baginda informed us that he had sent Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak an SMS the evening before as he refused to believe he was to be arrested, but had not received a response.

52. Shortly thereafter, at about 7.30 a.m., Abdul Razak Baginda received an SMS from Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and showed, this message to both myself and his lawyer. This message read as follows :- “ I am seeing IGP at 11.00 a.m. today …… matter will be solved … be cool”.

53. I have been made to understand that Abdul Razak Baginda was arrested the same morning at his office in the Bangunan Getah Asli, Jalan Ampang.

54. The purpose of this Statutory declaration is to :-

54.1 State my disappointment at the standard of investigations conducted by the authorities into the circumstances surrounding the murder of Altantuya Shaaribuu.

54.2 Bring to the notice of the relevant authorities the strong possibility that there are individuals other than the 3 accused who must have played a role in the murder of Altantuya Shaaribuu.

54.3 Persuade the relevant authorities to reopen their investigations into this case immediately so that any fresh evidence may be presented to the Court prior to submissions at the end of the prosecutions case.

54.4 Emphasize the fact that having been a member of the Royal Malaysian Police Force for 17 years I am absolutely certain no police officer would shoot someone in the head and blow up their body without receiving specific instructions from their superiors first.

54.5. Express my concern that should the defence not be called in the said murder trial, the accused, Azilah and Sirul will not have to swear on oath and testify as to the instructions they received and from whom they were given.

55. And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing the same be true and by virtue of the provisions of the Statutory Declaration Act 1960.
SUBCRIBED and solemnly )
declared by the abovenamed )
Balasubramaniam a/l Perumal ]
this day of 2008 )
Before me,
………………………………….Commissioner for OathKuala Lumpur

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