More Foreign-Sponsored Traitors at Work Ahead of Polls!

The ‘anarchist’, Hishamuddin Rais is a veritable magnet that attracts the attention of the alternative (political) media. Aside from his column in Malaysiakini, which constantly beats the rhythm of discontent, he has a blog, which he named ‘Tukar Tiub’ and his very own Radio Bangsar Utama.

His vacuum cleaner of a blog, which readily sucks in the youthful detritus of undecided and mostly blind political minds, has thus far produced two understudies in the likes of Rahmat Haron and Amin Iskandar – both portal columnists with links to foreign sponsors.

Better known as ‘Black’, Amin Iskandar has graduated to the post of Assistant News Editor of another renegade pseudo news portal, The Malaysian Insider.

Radio Bangsar Utama, an offshoot of Radiq Radio

The alternative renegade radio project was mooted by Sonia Randhawa, whom detractors have readily labelled as a ‘foreign agent’ at the Malaysian campus of Monash University and the community-funded independent New Era College.

[Note: Read New Era College, thus read also Dong Zong, Dr Kua Kia Soong and SUARAM]

Sonia Randhawa was introduced in a working paper submitted by the Institute for Democracy and Reform (INDEFOR) to Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR).

The incriminating letter was duly discovered on the premises, and through which she was appointed the director of the Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ), responsible for the training of causes founded on freedom of information to specific groups in Malaysia.

Part of Sonia’s profile in the paper described her as an editor at Radiq Radio, which was an independent radio station operating from 2001 till 2004.

Besides Sonia, the paper introduced three other characters, namely Cynthia Gabriel (Executive Director of SUARAM), Ibrahim Suffian (Merdeka Centre) and Azizuddin Ahmad (ABIM).

A handwritten note on the front page of the paper referred to the US-based foundation, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED).

Read on in AIDC here

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33 Responses to More Foreign-Sponsored Traitors at Work Ahead of Polls!

  1. Tonia says:

    Something missing from the AIDC photo of Sonia Randhawa – Anwar’s thing that should nicely fit in her mouth.

    • Samad says:

      very sick to sick BN using dirty tactics to discredit the oppostion!

    • Anak Felda says:

      Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak has read the writings on the wall and will go to any length to appease the Felda settlers because 50 seats are at stake.
      At closing time on Monday (Sept 10) Felda Global Ventures Holding Berhad traded at RM4.68, earning the holders of the stock a premium of 13 sen per share.

      If Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak hadn’t quickly come up with the brilliant idea of ordering Felda to finance settlers’ purchase, each of the 112,635 settler would end up with a RM94.70 loss.

      Najib has read the writings on the wall. He knows that if he doesn’t appease the settlers, they will go up in arms against him.

      What Najib is actively doing right now is fire-fighting. He forgot that all it takes is a single spark to light up the prairie fire.

      At stake are the 50-over seats in Felda areas.

      If shares drop further and hits RM4.55 – which economic advisor to Anak (Persatuan Anak Peneroka Felda Kebangsaan) Dr Rosli Yaakop says it will – then Felda will spend RM1.496 million to appease the 112, 635 felda.

      Already Najib has given advance out bribes of RM15,000 to each to Felda family, although I hear full payments haven’t been given out yet.

      He has given almost RM43 million as raya bonus. Each family got around RM382. That amount was useful to buy cookies, lemang , fresh meats and maybe new curtains for the missus.

      And Najib has further upped the ante – he’s declared that Felda will pay all PTPTN loans of settlers’ children. We don’t know how much.

      Najib’s every move now reveals his true character.

      A number of inferences can be drawn from these quick-solve actions.

      The fact that Najib has to continuously bribe settlers could mean support from settlers isn’t that solid.

      The fact that Najib has decided to finance the FGV transactions and now pay for the PTPTN loans taken by settlers’ children further confirm that indeed support from the Felda people isn’t as solid as he would want everyone believe.

      FGVH’s ‘real’ agenda

      Then there is the “real agenda” for FGV’s listing.

      Felda got RM10 billion. Najib gave Felda RM5.99 billion.

      The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) got almost RM4 billion to play around to implement the principal economic strategy of Najib – giving out money to buy votes and allegiance.

      Maybe all this corporate bullshit was actually about saving FGV. It has done extensive futures trading and had incurred huge losses.

      So the only way to save FGV was to have it buy out KPF’s (Koperasi Permodalan Felda) share in Felda Holdings and go for listing.

      We don’t know how much FGV got by selling its shares. There was no cash payment involved as the purchase was financed by the issue of new shares which were sold to the public through the IPO.

      Part of the proceeds were used by Felda to pay its EPF loan amounting to RM6 billion. Then EPF was instructed to buy FGV shares. EPF now owns 7% of FGV bought for RM .2 billion.

      Foreign interests are selling down to cut down losses.

      It’s dark days ahead for Felda.

      • I.D.A says:

        p/s, can you do better than najib?

      • Anonymous says:

        To the fella claiming to be Anak Felda (who could well be Anak Pencerca) –

        I have only one word for you – baloney.

      • nshinah says:

        Kutuk pandai.
        Hope you are NOT one of those blokes who collect remunerations disbursed by the administration and policymakers of D.S. Mohd Najib bin Tun Hj Abdul Razak.
        Make sure you do not collect one cent of it.
        Pass over your share of it, to other more grateful citizens.

  2. ray says:

    Waahh, so many fronts “attacking” a legitimate and democratically elected government.

    Isham, Irene Fernandez, Cynthia Gabriel, Ambiga S and Sonia Randhawa have unique looks.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Bloody hell, they parrot Anwar and talk about no democracy yet PKR party oso not democratic. Same thing DAP. Also PAS.

    Former Minister Zaid Ibrahim stormed out of PKR fuming over election procedures for the post of Deputy President. It was meant for Azmin Ali, the election procedure was engineered and Azmin became Deputy President.

    These are shit people that the foreigners sponsored. Foreigners with bloody nasty intentions. Interferring in the internal affairs of our country. Screw them. Shit them.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hishamuddin Rais was not a born loser. He was born alright, went to school alright (Malay College), went to university alright (Universiti Malaya).

    But from there on he was a loser, all the way until now. No steady job (unacceptable by most employers), floated around endlessly, locally and elsewhere, marked by the authorities – wasn’t he reported as scared of being arrested upon returning to Malaysia in the 90s? He was, in fact, ISA-ed for 2 years in 2001.

    Read the fella’s background spiralling uncontrollably from UM days onwards (wasn’t he called the “professional/ permanent i.e never-graduating student” – never earned a degree, only diploma? :

    Elected Secretary General of now banned University of Malaya Students Union (UMSU) in 1973. Left Malaysia in 1974 after a huge student demonstration now historically known as The Baling Peasant Protest 1974. Studied French Language at University Catholic of Leuven la Neuve 1984. Studied Arts at Brixton College London. Graduated in film and video from University of Westminster London 1992. He returned to Malaysia in 1994 and became a freelance writer who was once again active in politics. He helped organise several street demonstrations from 1998 to 2000 following the ouster of deputy premier Anwar Ibrahim. In 2001 he began a two-year detention under the Internal Security Act.

    Perhaps he can be called the permanent street demonstrator. Any time the Opposition wants a street demo, he’ll be there. What a nut. Pity his parents. Pecah harapan orang tua. Anak jadi maanusia tak guna. Nuisance value saja.

    • ExDAP says:

      These type of people are a MENACE to our peace loving country. They resort to perpetuating ANGER and HATE for their PAYING MASTER, enticing and recruiting others for their own SELFISH AGENDA.


      • Anonymous says:

        We must also clamour for the Government to act on those foreign funders on the grounds of instigating rebellion or revolt against a democratically elected government and of interference in the internal affairs of this country. Especially those that engage in, instigate or promote illegal street demonstrations like Bersih shit and Janji basi.

        1. Find any law that can hit them back, like Banking Act, foreign exchange laws, money laundering, commercial crime laws etc and whack them or stop the money from being released to the intended beneficiaries, confiscate such monies – it won’t hurt foreign investments, comparatively small sums and intended to interfere in the internal affairs of our country any way.

        2. Expose the beneficiaries and the funders, release information on them and the transactions to the public as and when they occur. Confidentiality only applies to bona fide banking transactions, not the badly intended ones.

        3. Traditional and new media – including us – can then raise hue and cries over their acts each time they are exposed.

        4. Get our Secret Service to do the same to them at source. Secretly, of course. After all, those funders were/ are proxies of the Secret Service of the foreign countries concerned.

    • Lin Peh Kong says:

      There are people who remain professional students their entire life. This Shitshamuddin Rice fellow has remained a professional revolt since his University days. Wonder who is paying his bills?

    • Equalizer says:

      All shits will be taken in by Anuar the back f..ker. Rubbish thrown out by others, will be accpeted as Fakatan fellows given certain post. Anuar knew that these shits will be very good in creating shits for the govt. So you people out there, ask yourself why nowadays a lot of shits and troubles created by these political shits. How can you trust a Father of all Shits to run this country???.

    • Anonymous says:

      They are opposing for the sake of opposing.
      Live just for the thrill of rebelling.
      Funded by others, yang ada niat lain,
      makan free
      Tapi bila dah jaga beberapa negeri tak tahu buat.
      rosakkan negeri……cakap pandai tapi buat tak tahu sebab niat lain

  5. Tonia says:

    Another Foreign-Sponsored Traitor failed court case, got to pay RM10,000 costs awarded to parties concerned, may want more money from foreign sponsor (IGP revealed foreign funds into her account(s) prior to Bersih 2.0) :

    Ambiga’s challenge fails
    New Straits Times – ‎8 hours ago‎

    PUTRAJAYA: BERSIH 2.0 chairperson Ambiga Sreenevasan’s legal recourse to challenge her deportation order from Sarawak by the state Immigration Department director last April fizzled out yesterday.

  6. apek lim says:

    Hishamuddin Rais is just another hypocrite of Pakatan . this assholes no fighter for human right same as Suaram , he will blocked all comments in his blogs that not favour him and he already show how coward he is when face to face

  7. DAPster4 says:

    … studied this and studied that, and costly to boot.

    So, where did the money come from?

    • Anonymous says:

      He could have worked as a sailor in a merchant naval vessel to UK, signed off there, worked as a dish-washer at restaurants and all sorts of jobs until he got money to register as a student at a college or something so as not to be sent back by the authorities overseas.

      That sort of things was easy to do those years, maybe not so easy now after British PM David Cameron said, “Multi-culturalism is dead,” shooing off those over-staying their tourist visas and illegal aliens of all sorts.

      That’s why the fellow said study this study that but not sure he got any certificate – so long as he was registered as a student, the local authorities allowed him to stay. Takut to come back, mah.

  8. tebing tinggi says:

    Known traitor ,free to roam around.
    Thus that sound funny,only could happened in Malaysia only,may be the Malaysian authority are pleas with them or the are cannot be touched because of popular support.

    • Anonymous says:

      Got to show some liberalism, bro, that’s why new Assembly Law passed, ISA oso kicked out – though they say the replacement is also a tough law.

      And the Gomen is doing something like Minister of Domestic Trade Ismail Sabri digging into Suaram getting money in its name and in the name of a Sdn Bhd company, asking Bank Negara to take action under Banking Act money laundering etc.

  9. pro BeeEnd says:

    the royal couple should hv come to Pasar Besar Seremban and hv a look at Sg Temiang together wih the MB and MPS President and see how well NS is being administered.
    my respect to everybody…

  10. Anonymous says:

    The opposition Ada structured plan nak brainwash rakyat untuk undi.
    Memang pandai plan.
    banyak orang gaji, dalam payroll.
    Banyak sumber duit.

    Kita semua kena hati hati jangan terpedaya
    Nak tau baik atau tidak tengok saja akhlak dan hati budi

    Kalau dah banyak track record dalam video tape, boleh kah dipercayai?

  11. Troopers says:

    Well well well, we have just found ourselves our very own, Malaysian version of Rush Limbaugh. Careful guys, the next accusations could be Najib being born a Jew.

  12. abba says:

    The foreign sponsors may be hoping for an Arab Spring kind of situation in this country. Fellows like the vengeful Jew George Soros may not be bothered whether he can make money out of this country any more or not, because there are always other small nations where he can bring his billions of dollars to bully and destabilize the foreign currency, speculate and make money therefrom.

    But the Zionists – the politically minded Jews – called Neoconservatives or Neocons in the US, and in Israel and elsewhere will always want to see the weakening of Muslim-dominated governments any where in the world. So, in the name of sponsoring democracy, they fund the traitors to this country. Traitors they are, because they want to bring the government of this country down with the assistance of foreigners and allowing foreigners to meddle in our affairs. And these traitors know that Malaysia is not like the Arab countries at all because we have been having general elections every 4-5 years since 55 years ago.

    Yet the foreign sponsors may not care that democracy has not been achieved in the Arab Spring countries after nearly 2 years of chaos and disorder. One American newspaper printed the observation that Islamist militants made their way, in Libya an American Ambassador and several others were killed yesterday, and “In Libya, Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen, Islamist militants are regrouping and attempting to reclaim the banner of resistance that was lost after the revolutionary gains quickly evaporated in the disunity of liberal and moderate parties, in the lawlessness following regime collapse and with the influx of money and weapons from extremist sympathizers.”

    Nevertheless, in Malaysia, these power-crazy scoundrels and nincompoop followers have been so dazzled by the hope of getting power to rule the country that they do not realize that if an Arab Spring kind of situation developed here, they might not even be able to get the country to a situation of calm and order. Good that there were only 25,000 people attending the Bersih 3.0 rally (Ambiga’s and Anwar’s claim of 10 times more than that are nonsensical) and the Janji Demokrasi gathered only 3,000 people (Malaysiakini’s claim of 10,000 was also nonsensical – they were cock-eyed figures and many went there to see the fireworks as well as enjoy the Merdeka eve atmosphere).

  13. Rabbit says:

    Last Bersih demo was hailed the biggest and most successful. But it still puny by international standards such as Arab Spring and Occupy Wall Streets. What kind of demo which starts at 10.00 and all but over at 6.00? Its a pseudo demo! Attracts paid activist, curious onlookers, party poopers and the likes. There is just not enough misery / hatred in this country for it to be sustained longer than it did. Or bigger.

    Street demo is ‘trending’ now. It would fizzle. There is not enough good reason for people to demo here.

    • abba says:

      Yes, street demo will fizzle out. In fact, it is already fizzling out.

      Bersih 3.0 had 25,000 attendees – the Police had many still cameras fixed at Police HQ building, DBKL multi-storey building etc, and movie cameras in 4-5 helicopters flying around, providing so much footage for close inspection and estimating of participants all over the place. Janji Demokrasi (they assembled on the street and may therefore also be called a street demo) had only 3,000 participants, mixed with Merdeka eve revelers who were there not to support Maria Chin Abdullah and gang but to watch the fireworks etc.

      Let’s give credit where it’s due. The Government smartly adopted the give-and-take approach. Give the so-called enlightened and freedom-loving people a legislated right to assemble – by no less than having a Peaceful Assembly Act passed by Parliament. All those fellows need to do is follow the rules under the new Act. Including 10 days notice prior to assembly. And at places not likely to cause public inconvenience. But stupid Maria Chin did not comply. Despite being a lawyer and expected to know the law. More and more rakyat see the unreasonableness, the acute intransigence, and the futility of participating in illegal assemblies when such assemblies are allowed to be legal. So long as the rules are followed.

      And, after “giving”, the Government does not “take” them to court. They let the professionals decide the action to be taken – the Police as to who to be arrested, and the Attorney General as to who to be brought to court. This may appear as a weakness of the political masters, not giving instructions to the Police and the AG. But that’s how the system has been working for ages. The politicians only instruct that they do their job properly. And exercise their discretion. And the Police did exercise their discretion. That’s why Maria Chin could hoo haa at Dataran Merdeka with her band of followers on Merdeka eve. If there was no discretion applied, she would have been arrested and shoved into the lock up upon reaching Dataran Merdeka. What the Government takes is seeing a diminishing number of participants at illegal rallies.

      Credit also goes to the authorities for taking action on the leaders and followers for their illegal and seditious acts. Ambiga, Anwar, Azmin, Mat Sabu, Maria Chin and several non-Malays had been summoned to the Police Station, investigated, and charged in court. There are enough headaches for them. Sure the authorities will continue to do so. That’s their job. That’s the only thing for them to do. Because the errant fellows break the laws.

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