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  1. a says:

    And what the hell did the Najib Government at the Federal level do when knowing that the Guidelines for Siting etc were not adhered to?

    The ministry concerned merely “disappointed” and “urged”? Like said in the letter that the previous blog post was even scared to publish it’s full name and letterhead?

    The Najib and his government has no teeth? Sure they have. They have all the powers when it concerns Federal laws like zoning, siting and housing. If not, why the hell exist the Departments/ Ministries concerned?

    Land is State matter – alienation etc. But zoning etc are Federal matters. If it was jot a criminal offence. the Federal Government could even take court action against the State Government.

    Why didn’t the Najib Government do it? Just shouting blame but not sharing responsibility on the loss of lives?

    How irresponsible!

    • Esa Bin Adam says:

      The federal government has done its job. The site supervision is done by the local PBT which is under the control of state government. Why put the blame on Najib? Why dont you ask Lim Guan Eng. You are just ignorant. Typical RBA.

      • Anonymous says:

        What has The federal government has done? What ask Lim Guan Eng? You stupid not explaining.

        Why federal government did not use its powers?

        You kuda so bodoh kena tonggang.

      • a says:


        You don’t use your head when talking.

        Yes, the Local Authority and the State Government have responsibility. But the Federal Government has ultimate responsibility.

        There is the Ministry of the Environment which issues Guidelines, etc. But their responsibility does not stop there. They have to monitor and take action against slope failures during construction works etc. And when there are deaths arising from slope failures, they should take action one way or another. If not, what the hell is the use of the Ministry of the Environment?

        Here are extracts from



        – Disturbance of the soil surface, including activities like
        construction …

        – At present government agencies in Malaysia such as Department of Irrigation and Drainage (DID), Department of Environment (DOE), Public Works Departments (JKR), Minerals and Geo-science Department (JMG), Department of Town and Country Planning (JPBD), Department of Agriculture (DOA) and Public Works Institute of Malaysia (IKRAM) have
        published numerous manuals and guidelines pertaining to erosion and sediment control .. land development remains one of the worst ecological impacts of development .. the most effective control measure to strictly enforce the requirement of an ESCP for any development/construction project in Malaysia.

        The ESCP must comply, wherever possible with all requirements required to obtain approval for the ESCP from the relevant authority before construction begins.


        – The requirement to have the ESCP for all earthworks of developments has recently been amended into the Streets Drainage and Building Act (SDBA). Under this Act, local authorities have Bylaws (the Uniform Building Bylaws) which has a section on ‘Earthworks’.

        Surely the Department of the Environment (Federal Government department) at the State level must act when there is no ECSP done for any construction work involving slopes.

        And when the Department in Penang doesn’t do its work, surely the Ministry in Putrajaya must whack their officers at the State Office. And the Federal Government must take ultimate responsibility.

      • Anonymous says:

        Esa Bin Adam, your name sounds ikut-suka. MCA bloke masquerading as a Malay, eh? Cannot think of a convincing Malay name arr?

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      Say no to India on Zakir Naik extradition request, says PAS
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      Updated 3 hours ago · Published on 23 Oct 2017 3:13PM · 2 comments
      Say no to India on Zakir Naik extradition request, says PAS
      Dr Zakir Naik at a forum on Tackling Islamiphobia in Kuala Lumpur on April 16. Zakir is being sought by the authorities in India over alleged connections to a Dhaka terror attack last year. – The Malaysian Insight file pic by Kamal Ariffin, October 23, 2017.

      Malaysia should not entertain request by the Indian government to extradite preacher Dr Zakir Naik as he is a world-renowned figure and is well respected for his vast knowledge, says PAS.

      PAS central information chief Nasrudin Hassan said “extremism was simply a reason” used against international Islamic preachers as an excuse to stop them from giving talks.

      “There have been many Islamic preachers who were eventually hanged to death using the reasoning that they were involved in terrorism,” he said in a statement today.

    • Anonymous says:

      The truth is nobody in Malaysia believes in the government’s ability to rescue 1MDB. Most people think 1MDB was a scam exposed by the opposition simply because the amount was too large. If it was a smaller scam, it might not attract so much attention.

      Malaysians know there is corruption and they accept it as part of the Barisan Nasional government. But 1MDB broke the mould because the amount was too large and too blatant, such as money going into the personal account of MO1.

      • Anonymous says:

        We all know 1MDB has lost billions and to date, it has not dared to directly answer any of the lawmakers in Parliament (including BN lawmakers), the Bank Negara, and the Finance Ministry.

        All we get are piecemeal answers, and that everything is under the Official Secrets Act (OSA).

        Don’t take the rakyat for fools. By now, the whole world knows what is happening with 1MDB and that no action was taken by the authorities after they were systematically defanged.

        Even the DPM has started to believe that Jho Low, the 1MDB “wonder boy”, together with Malaysian Official 1 (MO1), are godsent to rescue Malaysia from the mistakes made by former PM Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

        At one time, it was taboo for MO1 to even mention about 1MDB. And given plenty of opportunities to clear his name in Parliament as well as at other forums, he has always been “missing in action”.

        • Anonymous says:

          1MDB has admitted that it is being bailed out by taxpayers, said a lawmaker, as debate continues to rage over the troubled state investor’s future.

          Tony Pua said in 1Malaysia Development Bhd’s reply to him yesterday, the firm claimed it would “receive payments over time” for transferring assets to the government.

          Those assets, such as the Bandar Malaysia project, are saddled with massive debts, such as a RM2.4 billion sukuk bond transferred to the Finance Ministry (MoF), the Petaling Jaya Utara MP said.

          1MBD surrendered the massive property project to MoF after a RM7.41 billion deal to develop it fell through, he said.

          The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) did not recommend the sukuk bond transfer as it was not spent on Bandar Malaysia, said Pua, who is a PAC member.

          “Most shockingly, however, as admitted explicitly for the first time by 1MDB in its statement to condemn me, was that 1MDB is expecting to ‘receive payments, over time’ from MoF for the above debt-laden asset transfers.

          “In layman terms, it means that not only taxpayers are forced to assume 1MDB’s debt, we bloody fools have to even pay 1MDB to assume these debts!” Pua said in a statement.

          He also said the Finance Ministry has had to bail out directly or indirectly 1MDB in its debt dispute with Abu Dhabi’s sovereign fund International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC).

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  3. Anonymous says:

    FELDA’s own Chairman has said it all. The settlers were lured by that original ‘windfall’ of RM15,000 ringgit, in the same way a poor villager sells his vote for RM50 into handing something over what was far more valuable: control over their plantation land in return for shares, which are now worthless.

    All this corruption in high places has unravelled since the original scandal broke over 1MDB at the start of 2015. Another enormous scandal has been associated with Tabung Haji, the pilgramage fund, which bought out properties given to 1MDB for ludicrously over-valued amounts, in order to help 1MDB’s managers cover up the loses caused by thefts from that fund.

    At the time, when the scam was exposed, the Prime Minister/Finance Minister Najib, assured the pilgrims, who had devoutly saved money with Tabung Haji to afford their trips to Mecca, that Tabung Haji would be able to sell on the properties within a month for a large profit – they were not to worry, as there were three buyers vying for the opportunity.

    No surprise the sale never took place and that now Tabung Haji has announced it will develop the properties it cannot sell.

    Likewise, when the Governor of the Central Bank Negara alerted the fund that it was investing in another dangerously loss-making crony project and that a financially aware person was needed on the Board (as opposed to the political cronies that Najib had so far appointed e.g. the bogus-degree holding Chairman Abdul Azeez of ‘Preston’ University) Najib appointed none other than his pet Attorney General and former judge Apandi Ali – no business brain at all.
    What it tells Malaysians is that, unsurprisingly, the Prime Minister who presided over 1MDB has also presided over the extraordinary looting of both FELDA and Tabung Haji.

    What Lies Beneath The Water?

    So, what else in the way of public money could likewise have been looted and raided? The terrifying answer for Malaysians lies in a book published by a Malaysian academic just last month called ‘Minister of Finance Incorporated‘.

    This factual examination of the extent of the powers of the one man, who holds the two key offices of state through the Ministry of Finance and Prime Ministership, shows just how much of the country’s economy is under the control of this one person, who if so-minded, could therefore drive the welfare of all Malaysians and their descendants into disaster virtually unchecked.

    The problem (although it is carefully not described as necessarily a problem by author and researcher Terence Gomez of the University of Malaya) is that Malaysia’s largely resource- based economy is predominantly under government ownership. Furthermore, the funds that manage the pensions and savings of the population, not just government workers, are also unusually managed by the government rather than independent businesses or trusts.

    And, thanks to the growing centralisation of political power that has taken place in Malaysia as a result of 60 years of one party rule, the control over these government managed companies and funds has accumulated into the hands of just two major office-holders. The Prime Minister and the Finance Minister. In Malaysia the final step towards total centralisation of economic and political power came with the astonishing merger of these two offices into the hands of a single politician, who is also the President of UMNO which is the party that has inserted its senior members into all the leading decision-making posts in Malaysia.

    So it is that Malaysia is a ‘democracy’ which is run like a Soviet economy. And it means that if the man in charge is not to be trusted when it comes to money; if he has criminal tendencies and feels he needs lots of money to keep control through bribery of those party placemen through whom he runs the country or if he has a particularly greedy and wasteful family, then Malaysians have reason to be very scared indeed.

    Najib, through his offices of state controls the management of the key Government Investment Companies (GLICs) namely MoF Inc, Khazanah, PNB, EPF, KWAP, LTH, LTAT, FELDA, which in turn have invested in a substantial number of Malaysia’s most important private enterprises, giving him immense power over decision-making in the private sector as well.

    Thirty five of these so-called GLCs (Government Linked Companies) feature in Malaysia’s top 100 companies on the Malaysian stock exchange. They account for nearly half of Malaysia’s entire market capitalisation of listed companies.

    Huge and supposedly independent investment funds, such as the Employee Provident Fund, PNB and Khazanah are ultimately subject to the Minister of Finance, owing to the legislation under which they have been structured – legislation brought in or altered by a self-interested political party, which has never given up its political power. For example, the Minister of Finance controls MoF Inc, which wholly owns Kazanah and holds a ‘Golden Share’ over the vast pension fund PNB.

    The Employee Provident Fund (EPF) asserts its independence and yet the entire Board and its CEO are appointed by the Minister of Finance himself. So, little surprise therefore that Najib was able to promise Donald Trump that he would make sure the fund invested in the United States to help make America great again.

    Likewise KWAP and likewise Tabung Haji and likewise FELDA. Other major agencies also dominated by the Government, like MARA which reports to the Minister of Rural and Regional Development, are also ultimately controlled by Najib, in that he can hire or fire the minister concerned.

    Malaysians have become used over the years to seeing these institutions relatively well run run by diligent professionals. However, the increasingly centralised structure of Malaysia’s ruling UMNO party has created a dangerous weakness that many are only just beginning to wake up to. What if the man in charge goes rogue?

    Najib, back in 2011, announced he was going to open up Malaysia’s economy and divest the Government’s excessive involvement and control over even the private sector. It did not happen. According to Professor Gomez the reverse has happened and the Government’s share of the KL Composite Index has increased from 43.7% to 47.1% – an extraordinary figure.

    Malaysians have learnt what Najib was willing to sanction with 1MDB where money ended up in his own accounts. They have learnt how he has sanctioned devastating losses at FELDA to mysterious destinations and plain cronies. They have seen a raid on the pilgamage fund of Tabung Haji. In all these cases top firms of accountants were supposedly monitoring events. ‘Independent’ boards, the Auditor General and Bank of Malaysia were also supposedly making sure that nothing was untoward.

    In 2015 and 2016 Najib had declared that nothing could have possibly gone wrong at 1MDB because its accounts were passed by ‘top international auditors’. Yet in 2016 the fund’s then current auditor, Deloittes, resigned in the face of the finding of international investigators and declared its earlier accounts “unsafe”.

    So, how safe is the rest of that edifice of companies controlled ultimately by Najib, who is a man on the hunt for money with thousands of party hangers to pay in order to hang on to his dominant position in the country?

    What about the accounts of all those other Government funds on which pensions and sickness payments ultimately rely and what of the value of all those private companies they control?

    Do the people or even the accountants and board members know the truth of what Najib appointed administrators are up to and how reliable are all those Financial Statements after all? The evidence so far is troubling.

    Is 1MDB the tip of the iceberg, with the FELDA and Tabung Haji scandals now also floating to the top – if so, what horrors lurk below?

    Alternatively, maybe there are still some Malaysians, who think that Najib’s malign and greedy influence has not strayed beyond these existing scandals which have already come to light. If so, we shall soon find out if they are right, because if the money has gone the dire consequences will be shortly felt by each and every one (apart from the handful who made off with it all).

    • Anonymous says:

      Sincerely suggest you break up long comments into 2-3. Very long comments make tedious reading, readers don’t get the message(s) you want to convey.

      • Ang Tao Peng says:

        “Very long comments make tedious reading…”

        Fake commenters and those who have no intelligence and want to desperately destroy an argument or a point like to attempt to kill them by filling up space here by plugging them with irrelevant posts, long posts and garbage that can only be thought out by longkang turd rate kurang ajar Mat Armpits who cannot handle any human language.

        Our prized garbage-recycling racist and fascist little jinn running sow of that Kerala soiled Kelingnex ar sewipe 2%”Malay” Mugathir McKutty is the best example here of such a rentseeker dedak-gobbling retard.

        The Satanic goblin has zero “power” or “authority” here as a “moderator”. Indeed, the “god’s gift” of a hypocrite evangelical “Christian” masquerades as a munafiq “Muslim” moraliser and likes to play a copy of his father as the hard man of discipline, low and order (shagging the “constitution”, act as “police”, promoter of chickenshit “supremacy”).

        I always ignore the “tedious reading”, I never read what the neanderthal which walks on all four trotters write, not just because it is impossible to read caveman’s gibberish guttural pigdinspeak, you cab always guess the contents of a garbage bin.

        And the Mugathir McKutty-inspired oink makes himself “eloquent” by recycling lard-laden articles you can find everywhere else that most don’t bother look at, anyway.


        • Anonymous says:

          Danb stupid bastard saying ” those who have no intelligence”. That particularly refers to “itself” – “it” being a Shanghai dog.

          His forefathers being equated to a dog by the Westerners in Shanghai putting up noticeboards stating “No Dogs And Chinese Allowed”.

          Fucked-up lying, cheating and conning bugger saying never read but replied to the comments Whacking and shitting the bloke.

      • Anonymous says:

        RPK also write long articles but you would still enjoy it, right?

      • Anonymous says:

        Too long? Not for me as I could slowly read it while sipping my morning coffee. This is unlike those useless articles on mainstream newspapers that have no substance but pure propaganda.

    • Anonymous says:

      It would make your comment convincing if you provide links to what the FELDA Chairman said. As it makes him look stupid admitting those mistakes.

      The fake-degree bloke could well have said those. But it’d strengthen readers resolve to kick such fellows and their political bosses out at Pru14 if you provide the link(s).

  4. Mubarak Chan says:

    Ladies & Gentlemen. The pigeons are coming home to roost !

  5. Mubarak Chan says:

    Ladies & Gentlemen. In the year 2017, how many innocent lives have been lost through unfortunate disasters, fires and flooding in Pulau Pinang ? I believe this immense loss of innocent lives is unprecedented in the annals of the island State. The Pulau Pinang State Government must eventually be the ultimate authority to bear responsibility for this oversight.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Liow of MCA said, “Umno and PAS are ‘flirting’ with each other was the result of the Chinese community’s decision to back DAP in the last general election.” This is really pathetic.

    Liow, don’t you know that only a weak and useless leader will play the victim to circumstances and blame others for what’s created by none other than your good self and your party?

    The Chinese community, whom MCA claimed to represent, had rendered their support to your party since Merdeka, and what did they get in return, other than time and again experiencing humiliation?

    MCA being a partner in the federal government didn’t even dare to tell off the “Taliban” preachers, let alone question the 1MDB scandal where the taxpayers’ hard-earned money is being spent to support some scums of the earth’s lavish living.

    The rakyat will not stop supporting you without a good reason. Go and figure it out and stop treating the Chinese community as fools.

    Don’t you realise that when you blame and criticise others, people can see that you are actually avoiding responsibilities?

  7. Anonymous says:

    In the past, Malaysia has been described as “Bolehland”, the land of “endless possibilities” and more recently, a “kleptocracy”.

    However, for Pakatan Harapan chairperson Dr Mahathir Mohamad, the term “Darul Penyangak” (land of thieves) would more aptly describe the country’s present circumstances.

    “In a Darul Penyangak, the rulers steal… the goal is to steal from the rakyat through legal means, but more often through illegal means,” wrote Mahathir on his blog today.

    • Anonymous says:

      The letter on the blog post shows Najib’s government has Government officers sign off letters with the slogan


      I wonder how many Malaysians believe those.


      • Anonymous says:

        1Malaysia is just a scam like 1MDB.

        • Ang Tao Peng says:

          So is “Malaysiaboleh!” in a land fool of pig stupid useless and worthless rentseeker retards bred bý that ketuanan Kerala soiled Kelingnex ar sewipe Mugathir McKutty!

          • Anonymous says:

            The fool is bastard Ang Tiunama who wrote “a land fool of..”

            He is the biggest Lazy Rentseeker of all as a gang leader collecting commission, kickbacks and profit share from his fellow Lazy Rentseekers – prostitutes, social escorts, massagers of all kinds, etc.

        • Anonymous says:

          Yes, Najib, 1MDB can make so much profits as envisaged by you despite it being allegedly robbed of billions by MO1.

          The people are very thankful to you for helping to keep our electricity bill low, but they cannot forget and forgive MO1 for allegedly robbing them of huge sums of money.

          And they are wondering why you did not raise a finger at all to have MO1 and his accomplices arrested. Other countries have already convicted a few of them.

          Indeed, the public want to know why you are not eager to get MO1 and his gang of alleged thieves? As long as you do not go get them, the people cannot forgive you even though 1MDB might earn us a trillion ringgit.

          • Anonymous says:

            The above comment is aomed at bastard Ang Tao Peng, yes?

            I agree the Ang bugger did not raise a finger at all to have MO1 and his accomplices arrested.

            He is a shit fellow, saying Najib is not worth RM1.00 yet not doing anything except making noise.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Malaysian PM’s last budget is last shot to win votes

    Loaded with meaning and implications.

    The obvious one is: the last one in his political life.

  9. Where Najib got economic vision? says:

    Najib’s economic vision for Malaysia
    The Star Online

    His past economic vision has not worked. The economic situation is bad – endless rising prices, Ringgit lowering value, foreign investment dampened

  10. No Current Request to Track Jho Taek - Bloomberg says:

    No Current Request to Track 1MDB-Linked Jho Low

    Malaysia asks Interpol to trace financier linked to 1MDB scandal

    Can we believe all the above? Bloomberg says:

    Police have closed a case related to Jho Taek and no any follow-up from Interpol, according to statement from Zahid Hamidi’s office. It refuted media reports of a renewed search for Low, saying comments by Zahid in parliament on Monday had been manipulated.

    Zahid earlier said that authorities had asked Interpol to track Low, without specifying when the request was made.

    Interpol didn’t reply to an email seeking comment.

    Zahid had clearly stated there’s no case against Low, according to the statement. (Comment: Does he have to say that? hy didn’t he just say it’s up to the Police? Tryng to protect the bloke?)

    Despite Zahid’s comments, court filings indicate the U.S. is escalating its probe to track how much of the money that was raised by 1MDB was used to pay for luxury real estate in New York, London and Beverly Hills, film productions, private jets, yachts and more.

    • Malaysia has asked Interpol to locate Jho Taek Lo - Reuters says:

      Reuters said:

      Malaysia has asked Interpol to try to locate Jho Taek Lo for questioning over his suspected involvement in 1MDB, Ahmad Zahid said on Monday.

      Low, whose whereabouts are unknown, has not been charged with any crime. But U.S. authorities have said they are pursuing a criminal probe into 1MDB-linked transactions.

      “We are confident Interpol will act professionally, but the police have yet to receive any detailed information (on Low’s whereabouts),” Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said in parliament.

      Interpol did not immediately respond to an emailed request for comment.

      A total of $4.5 billion was misappropriated from 1MDB by high-level officials of the fund and their associates, according to the U.S. lawsuits.

      Low is accused in the lawsuits of using 1MDB-linked funds to buy Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio a $3.2 million Picasso painting, and giving about $9 million in jewelry to Australian model Miranda Kerr.

      The lawsuits also said $681 million from 1MDB was transferred to the account of “Malaysian Official 1”, which U.S. and Malaysian sources have previously identified as Najib.

      “A Malaysian police probe into 1MDB is under way,” said Reuters.

  11. Mubarak Chan says:

    Ladies & Gentlemen. It seems to me that are many more unexpected and surprising incidents to come from the Pearl of the Orient by a State Government which only believes in following the glittering buildings of its Vater Land, Singapore. In fact, the two is as different as chalk and cheese. It is too late now to do a U-turn after 8 years of copying with absolute power but without thought on the Vater Land’s model which actually is a Failed Model. Why ? Vater Land now has only about 900,000 able-bodied Singaporean Chinamen aged 21 to 50 years ! The other 4,300,000 are either non-Chinese, old, young, FTs and PRs ! Sad.

    • Anonymous says:

      MO1 you make us the rakyat feel stupid small and any shit you ram down our throats including such perverse lies are truths..are you farking insane already? There is palpable anger and hatred towards you as never seen before.. Because you rob rape plunder pillage this country…using a bunch of corrupt dedakers whom you bribe with our taxpayers monies.. As long as you stay in office not 1 good day for this country… The malays better wake up….

      • Anonymous says:

        The Malays have woken up. Only the UMNO Malays have not.

        But DoJ, which has been focusing on the “criminal aspects” of their 1MDB investigations, is expected to come out with another statement like theirs of 15 June 2017, this time giving the full identity of “MO1” and the “crimes” done.

        Hopefully the Kleptocracy Unit of the DoJ will do that near to PRU14, to help get rid of the Malaysian Kleptocrat “MO1”.

  12. Najib Wants to Rule Only Until Pru14 says:

    Najib: I refused to listen to Mahathir who wants to rule for ever
    The Independent

    • Anonymous says:

      Dr M: Welcome to ‘Darul Penyangak’

      In the past, Malaysia has been described as “Bolehland”, the land of “endless possibilities” and more recently, a “kleptocracy”.

      However, for Pakatan Harapan chairperson Dr Mahathir Mohamad, the term “Darul Penyangak” (land of thieves) would more aptly describe the country’s present circumstances.

      “In a Darul Penyangak, the rulers steal… the goal is to steal from the rakyat through legal means, but more often through illegal means,” Mahathir posted on his blog today.

      Elaborating, Mahathir alleged that a certain sovereign wealth fund was one such method of theft.

      “The process is simple: A company borrows billions, guaranteed by the government. The money is invested in fictitious companies which own oil fields on paper.

      “In truth, the money went to the accounts of certain people. It is transferred from one bank to another, in different countries. In the end, the money ends up in MO1’s account.

      • Ang Tao Peng says:

        More doubletalk, more moronic Kerala Kobra snake soundbites from the Kerala soiled Kelingnex ar sewipe sarabat stall fakir performer!

        Today he does one snake charmer, or rather charming snake act, tomorrow it is yet another – finally he does a U-Tun, and it is another. Unch of sarabat lies, bullockshitting and unadulterated fraud all over, again!

  13. The battle within Camp Najib - Malaysian Insight says:

    THERE is a battle being waged in Putrajaya between influential supporters of Prime Minister Najib Razak over the future of Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief Dzulkifli Ahmad.

    Both sides have senior politicians, civil servants and political operatives in their corner. Both sides are employing bloggers, social media platforms and even mainstream media to push their angle and achieve the outcome they want.

    The pro-Dzulkifli camp believe that all the MACC chief needs to do is make some grovelling apology and take the woman in the video as his second wife and all will be forgotten in good time. They believe that everyone makes mistakes and he should not lose his job because of a personal shortcoming.

    This camp feels that in due time, Malaysians will forget about the controversial video of the MACC chief holidaying in Bali with someone else’s wife and the allegation that his indiscretion led to the break-up of a marriage.

    It remains unclear why this camp is batting for Dzulkifli given that several of them, including Najib’s operatives, were predicting the end of the MACC chief’s tenure weeks before the videos surfaced, citing Dzulkifli’s hubris and unpopularity among Umno warlords.

    On the flip side, there is another camp in Putrajaya that believes it is impossible to sweep this case under the bed because a slew of police reports have been lodged about the case.

    What is particularly grating for this group is that there is evidence that this alleged friendship with the woman is not something that happened recently. It has been going on for some time and the individuals have been cautioned about it being unbecoming.

    So, for now, the police and the Attorney-General’s Chambers will continue investigating the case under the offence of enticing a married woman, contained in Section 498 of the Penal Code.

    Expect those investigating the case to come under an avalanche of attacks on social media. The attacks are aimed at forcing them to back off, close the case and allow this unsavoury episode to slip into the background.

    It does appear that more than the career prospects of the MACC chief is at play here.

    Expect the battle to get nastier unless Najib steps in.

    Till now, it isn’t clear whether the prime minister wants his compromised MACC to go or stay.

    It awaits his decision and, until then, his minions will fight away.

    • Anonymous says:

      Malaysia Chronicle

  14. Anonymous says:

    Malaysia Chronicle

  15. Anonymous says:

    马华的公公, 公布了一件没有落实日期的建华小大事,令人感到无奈! 各位,别中招,受骗。

    TN50? 30年後才完成 到時 華裔只剩三百多萬 不必真正建造 拖23年!

    當部長說原則上同意 就是他只在思想上同意 事實上不同意 以前也說過原則上承認統考 有沒有承認? 沒有!

    五千万拨款要等上一年,16间华小要等上一万年。其實 一定拖上 二 3 十年 到時 華裔適齡一個年級的小學生只剩下2萬 一間華小收二千人 十間收完全部 只是地區分布不同 。 一千二百多間華小 七二間國民型中學只剩下多少 只關閉!





    愧公公说我们终于打破建华小的魔咒了。既然是一个魔咒,那对华人来说还是没有安全感,就敢敢换掉这个政府吧! lni Kali lah. UBAH

    • Anonymous says:

      Kurang Ajar Tulisan Cina Bukit

      Pendatang ini kurang ajar tak habis habis. Di beritahu dengan Bahasa Inggeris berkali kali pasal menggunakan tulisan cacing di blog yang biasa dengan BI dan BM, tidak di peduli nya. Tak hormatkan Perlembagaan Negara berkenaan penggunaan BM dan bahasa ibunda.

      Ini nyata Cina Bukit, turun temurun “hill tribes of South China” yang professor sejarah kata menduduki Selatan China sabelom penduduk Utara China turun ke selatan beribu tahun dahulu. Berkahwin campuran dah beribu tahun, tapi tabi’at Cina Bukit itu tidak hilang.

      Mereka di bawa ke negara ini dek celaka British kolonial sebagai kuli (coolies) di abad 19. Cina Bukit sudah tentu tidak bertamadun, tak reti bahasa, tak hormatkan sesiapa, tak hormatkan Perlembagaan negara berkenaan Bahasa Kebangsaan, maka telah di halau berhijrah ke negara yang Perlembagaan nya mereka hormati.

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