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Double Face Anwar

July 1, 2010

He is not a Minister, he is not a UN member, he is not a businessman.

Why the hell is he in the States? Fighting for gay rights?

Visitting friends? Oh sure, you can be friended jews and pro- israel terrorists but you can’t be friended with your own race counterparts?

Anwar Ibrahim is nobody and yet he can fly across continents, hire expensives lawyers and lawbreakers, friends with jews and “touch-N-go” with what’s his name.

His friend Raja Petra is somewhere not in Malaysia taking refugee, if you are right why be afraid? If you making stuff up, then yeah.. no wonder you’re running away leaving no trace.

Saiful said Anwar fucked him, Anwar said no, no, no i didn’t fucked him, no, no, no!

Anwar Ibrahim is a complete package: Straight, gay, in front, in the ass, jews friendly, usa friendly, malaysian governent non-friendly, imam, father, sodomizer, ex-con, self poisoned with arsenic in prison, if Malaysia is in a financial crisis IMF is not his last resort.. it’s his first choice! His only choice.

He wants to bring down the country to bring himself up. He wants, he always wanted to be the prime minister. We all know that. We know, when you want something really bad, you’ll do everything to get it.

That’s what Anwar Ibrahim’s doing. While he’s doing that, collateral damage is everywhere. The riots, Malays are divided into groups, Chinese are divided into groups, Indians are divided into groups and these shameful events happen when we wanted unity so bad.

Anwar Ibrahim is a bad seed. A smart one tho. DON’T LET HIM FOOL YOU! Anwar Ibrahim, that sneaky double face man…


By-election Penanti

April 28, 2009


Anwar Ibrahim is in hunger. Hungry to see his race fall. From street violance to his vision to see the government colapse, nothing could stop him, not even prison.
He was a bad ass back then, a bad ass now even. How many bad ass had been bend down over in front of him, that remains unknown. All that we know now that, he is eyeing for his next so called victory in Penanti by-election.
Clearly say, it is not a contest of fighting for what is best for the people of Penanti but rather for what is best to full-fill the appetite of Anwar’s. He has a plan. PKR wins, PKR quits and PKR must win again.

Do we really have a choice here? PKR versus BN. What’s in it for the Pakatan Rakyat? And why BN must contest when a trap is set somewhere? In my opinion, it is just another political game. Ever since.
One is trying to fool the people, poking the harmony, scratching around the democracy system that we have. The other in another hand is trying to play it safe, try not to make any wrong move as they are building around the new democratic system with their newly appointed leader. And the people, we are caught in the middle, again.

Vote or not vote, it is better to escape, pull yourselves away from the situation. Don’t get hick ups people. Have a cup of tea or do something that would make you happy rather than taking part, get stuck, be used as the puppet in Malaysia’s political game. Malaysia political scenes has reach a point where seeing your neighbor left living on the streets is worth every effort just to see the next Ketua Kampung or Penghulu is one of your kind. That sucks. It really does.They are losing spectators here. Let them.

Anwar to make ‘Bangkok’ havoc in Malaysia?

November 30, 2008


Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim assured supporters on Saturday that he was still determined to unseat the government, which foiled his bid to seize power more than two months ago.

Anwar had boasted he would be able to persuade dozens of ruling coalition lawmakers to join his opposition alliance by mid-September.

After no defections occurred, Anwar accused the government of using legal roadblocks to prevent a peaceful power transfer.

In a speech at the annual congress of his People’s Justice Party on Saturday, Anwar told more than 2 000 opposition members that the ruling National Front coalition “cannot block the will of the people(Anwar’s)”.

Political observers say it remains unclear whether Anwar ever had sufficient support to oust Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s administration, which rejected Anwar’s demands in September to discuss a voluntary power transfer or to call a special Parliament session to hold a vote on confidence in Abdullah’s leadership.

Anwar’s three-party opposition alliance won an unprecedented 82 seats in the 222-member Parliament in March elections, gaining ground as the National Front’s popularity plummeted amid racial disputes, a weak economy and corruption accusations.

Anwar reiterated his pledge to implement fair economic and social policies if the opposition takes power, but he did not set any new deadline. Malaysia’s next general elections are scheduled to be held in 2013.

“We promised change … but the change has not yet been achieved,” the former deputy prime minister said. “Our future is bright.”

Anwar’s comments came amid expectations of a small electoral battle. Deputy Education Minister Razali Ismail collapsed and died while playing badminton late on Friday, and a by-election will need to be held for his parliamentary seat.

– AP

What economics experts had to say about Anwar’s method?

July 17, 2008

The government will incur higher expenses if it applies Parti Keadilan Rakyat advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s method to reduce fuel prices.

Economics experts said the higher expenses will further burden the people and could lead to some development projects being postponed.

In last night’s fuel debate, Anwar said the fuel price could be reduced by 50 sen per litre if the Pakatan Rakyat formed the government through a formula of using RM5 billion to accomodate the price reduction.

He said the money can be got from saving on government expenditure including overcoming leakages and reducing the ‘standby capacity’ of power production of independent power producers (IPPs).

Dr Yeah Kim Leng, Rating Agency Malaysia Holdings Berhad’s group chief economist, said the government woud have to pay compensation to IPPs as they would be breaking contracts by lowering standby capacity.

“The government will have to bear the costs if contracts are broken,” he said when contacted by Bernama here today.

He said the price reductiion can be done but the government would have to cut back on other sectors to get the additional subsidy.

“It is not economically efficient…If the government wants to spend RM5 billion, they have to cut back on other areas,” he said.

Universiti Utara Malaysia’s Faculty of Economics lecturer Prof Madya Dr Mohd Zaini Abd Bakar said there was a possibility that foreign investors will be driven away if the country’s standby capacity was low.

“I do not know the terms of contracts between Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) and the IPPs but if there are terms that say the contract needed to be re-newed, TNB can make a choice of not needing the IPPs as TNB has additional capacity,” he said.

He also did not deny that the government could reduce fuel price through efficient management of the country’s expenses.

“The government has to save on national expenses to cover back the fuel price reduction,” he said.

Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad earlier this week told the Dewan Rakyat the fuel subsidy including cash rebate paid to vehicle owners for the first six months amounted to RM10.25 billion, higher than the RM8.77 billion subsidy for the whole of last year. He said of the amount, RM4.006 billion was for petrol, RM5.056 billion for diesel and RM1.1188 billion for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).

genuine news: BERNAMA

Weekend chit-chat

July 13, 2008

Police of Malaysia will take Anwar Ibrahim’s statement tomorrow upon his sodomy case.

Anwar Ibrahim is very quite nowadays.

Pas is not sure and will look into the matter of their position in Pakatan Rakyat.

Pak Lah hold legal gathering yesterday, he said some words that amazed the people. The question is whether he will do all that he said or not?

Ismail Sabri is talking rubbish and wanted to be in UMNO top members seats.

Samy Vellu, not a great night for the MIC meeting this weekend.

DAP is doing well manipulating the Pakatan Rakyat members. They are like the crocodiles in the river. Quiet but smart. You never know when they going to bite you.

If PAS to let go from Pakatan Rakyat and decide that Malay rights and Islam rights are more important than their alliances, instead of Anwar Ibrahim taking over with his new government, BN can take over Perak. BN to form new Perak government is just 3 seats away.

ps- my advice to Anwar Ibrahim: better leave the country while you still can. You’re maybe not gay, but you’re not ‘straight’ either. Pak Lah is looking good right about now.

PROTES: Another carnival day VS Jomheboh and Sultan cup

July 6, 2008

A singer stripped his trousers and showed his boxer shorts during a concert at the anti-fuel price increase rally in Kelana Jaya stadium Sunday.

The lead singer of rock band Carburettor Dung was halfway through a song at about 7pm when he dropped his pants and exposed his boxer shorts.

His antics resulted in the audience hurling abuses and throwing bottles at him. Security volunteers had to escort the singer and his band members off the stage while event organisers tried to calm the crowd.

It is learnt that prior to his strip performance, the singer was singing a song that included lyrics poking fun at the sodomy allegations against PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

A member of the audience who did not want to be named described the act as inappropriate as there were children present at the event.

Another man, who also wanted to be anonymous, said it was very unprofessional of the singer, adding that he was very upset because many VIPs, including Anwar would be present.

As the situation came under control, event coordinator Hishamuddin Rais came out to apologise for the incident.

Despite the huge crowd, there has been no heavy police presence.

Only policemen in a few patrol cars have been seen monitoring the area.

The rally has a carnival like atmosphere with traders doing brisk business selling food and drinks, T-shirts and souvenirs.

Since Sunday morning, several PKR and Hindraf leaders rallied the crowd with speeches and shouts of Reformasi! and Minyak turun!.

Crowd had been increasing since 10am. (reported by: the star)

Among those expected to speak later are PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat , vice president Mohamad Sabu, Nik Aziz, DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang and PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

ps- what a great show. Striper on stage. Even better than Mas Idayu and Ella at the Sultan s’ngor cup. i smell hypocrites!

Anwar’s False Promise on Fuel Prices

July 1, 2008

Any attempt to reintroduce fuel subsidies in Malaysia is grossly irresponsible

Self-proclaimed prime minister-in-waiting Anwar Ibrahim now claims that he will revert, when he takes over of course, to the previous fuel oil prices. If he fails to do so, he says, he will resign immediately as prime minister. Anwar’s latest pledge comes after the Badawi government dramatically cut fuel oil subsidies on June 5.

Anwar is feeling even more “high” than usual since the new fuel oil prices appear to have hastened what he expects to be his takeover of the government, now set to take place by Sept 16, Malaysia Day, at the latest. An earlier date hinted was Aug 31, National Day or Hari Merdeka, Malaysia’s Independence Day.

This is not the first time that Anwar has grossly misled the public in making pledges by referring to his “credentials” as a former Finance Minister for so many years. In the run-up to the March 8 general elections and in its aftermath, Anwar promised the oil-producing states of Terengganu, Sabah and Sarawak that he would increase up their current royalty of 5 percent to 20 percent, and at one stage even 40 per cent, if and when when his Opposition Alliance was to seize the reins of power from embattled Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s mortally wounded Barisan Nasional coalition.

How Anwar would manage the 20 percent pledge is a mystery. Oil and gas reserves have never really benefited the peoples of the lands where these commodities are found in abundance, as established by numerous UN and other studies. In Malaysia, under the Production Sharing Contracts, 70 percent of oil barrels are recovered as cost oil by the contractor concerned. The remainder 30 percent is shared equally between the oil contractor and Malaysia, with each party getting 15 percent. Malaysia’s 15 percent is split 2:1 with 10 percent going to the federal government, and held by national oil corporation Petronas, and five percent paid by Petronas to the oil states concerned on behalf of the federal government. Hence, from where does Anwar get the magical royalty of 20 per cent to the oil states?

Beyond that, Anwar’s promise of lower oil prices is built on a promise that as former finance minister he has to know is farcical. If Malaysia’s economy is to return to anything resembling health, market-distorting subsidies and projects like the Proton national car must be done away with completely, which will be painful but has to be faced.

In the case of fuel oil subsidies, the government should act in concert with the whole world, an unlikely case to say the least. But if all the oil consuming nations of the world were to agree to do away with fuel oil subsidies completely, such an agreement alone would cause the oil futures bubble to burst, oil consumption would drop and the price of oil per barrel would go to US$40 (Idris Jala’s estimate) to US$ 65 (oil analyst’s estimate).

The government should also work on improving public transportation so that wasteful consumption of petrol for cars can be eliminated. The government has deliberately dragged its feet on improving public transportation in order to force the country to buy Proton cars. Malaysia is one of the smaller nations in Southeast Asia, yet it has the largest automobile market in the region. How? This surely reflects the poor state of public transportation and is not something to be proud of. Focus also on the poor state of the public transportation and the fact that most cars on the road have only one person inside it.

Malaysia needs to stop buying cars and change its lifestyle. Public transportation is the way to go. Why drive to work and leave the car in the parking lot to bake in the sun the whole day, only to drive back home in the evening? Take the bus or tram to work. Carpool.

What is worrisome is that nobody seems to be mentioning the Fuel Price Formula. Badawi clearly mentioned it on television. If so, why is the Domestic Trade Minister, Shahrir Abdul Samad, pledging that the fuel price at the pump will not go up for some time to come? Perhaps, he also means it will not go down either. That seems to be against the formula announced by Badawi.

Effective June 5 2008, the fuel price at the pump is to be reviewed monthly to be 0.30 sen less than the market price per liter. The market price today is RM3.00 per liter which gives us RM2.70 per liter at the pump for the next one month after the 0.30 sen discount.

The principle of 0.30 sen per liter discount stays. This means if the market price of fuel goes down to RM2.90 by July 5, the price at the pump after the 0.30 sen discount will be RM2.60 per liter. If the market price of fuel goes up to RM3.10 per liter by July 5, motorists will have to pay RM2.80 per liter at the pump after the discount of 0.30 sen.

The principle must be accepted. What we can dispute is the 0.30 sen discount per liter. Maybe it should be 0.50 sen per liter. Discount (or subsidy) means taxes foregone by the government.

Don’t focus on the fuel price at the pump going up from RM1.92 to RM2.70 per liter. Focus on the formula for fuel prices. Denmark, for example, reviews the fuel price at the pump weekly. In short, there is no reason for traders to raise prices unless they want the consumers to boycott them.

Meanwhile, the government has announced some cost-cutting measures to save RM$ 2 billion a year. More are to be announced. All these measures sound like the same stupid austerity drive measures that former Mahathir Mohammad announced when he became Prime Minister in 1981 and sent the economy into a recession. Cutting government spending will affect businesses which are dependent on such spending.

-joe fernandez

ps- joe Fernandez is an educationist, former newspaper editor and ex-civil servant in Malaysia.

Why Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) can’t catch Anwar this time?

June 25, 2008

Anwar Ibrahim answers the phone, “Hello, is this Mr. Anwar Ibrahim?”

“It is.”

“This is the ACA. Can you help us?”

“I can”

“Do you know a Khalid Ibrahim?”

“I do”

“Is he a member of your congregation?”

“He is”

“Did he donate RM10,000 to the party?”

“He will.”

ps- Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim Monday conceded that there were donations received from private companies for the 100th day celebration of the `Pakatan Rakyat’ administration in Selangor being deposited into the Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) account. (BERNAMA)

Todaymalaysia : Anwar is PKR. Pakatan Rakyat?

June 16, 2008

1) M’sia Islamist party pushes for sharia penalties

A LEADER of Malaysia’s Islamist party, which made surprising gains in March elections, wants its secular allies to apply strict sharia law, which include amputations and stonings for Muslims.
The hardline Parti Islam se-Malaysia (PAS) has enacted such laws in its Kelantan stronghold to punish rapists and adulterers with stoning to death, while thieves would lose their limbs.
But analysts have said it would be tough for PAS to broaden its appeal due to its advocacy of the punishments called for by strict Muslim religious law, known as sharia or hudud, which scare off non-Muslims who see the party as a fundamentalist clique.

PAS is an Islamist political party, aims to establish Malaysia as a country based on Islamic legal theory derived from the primary sources of Islam, the Quran and Sunnah

2) DAP says no to Islamic administration in Pakatan states

PAS Youth’s proposal to implement the Islamic administrative system in Pakatan Rakyat states is totally unacceptable, said DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang.
“There should be no attempt to introduce Islamic state or hudud laws,” he said.

DAP is a secular, multi-racial, social democratic/democratic socialist Malaysian political party.

3) Anwar eyeing Kuala Kangsar

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is looking at the possibility of contesting a by-election in Perak, if the court were to rule against Barisan Nasional in the Kuala Kangsar election petition.
Responding to queries on his pending contest in a by-election, the PKR de facto leader said: “I think Perak would be a good idea. We’re waiting for a decision on Kuala Kangsar.”
Anwar said this after speaking at a closed-door convention held by Perak PKR Youth yesterday.

PKR is Anwar Ibrahim.

ps- Pakatan Rakyat is PAS, DAP and PKR.
PAS and DAP can’t get along well. Anwar is happy. How will this journey end? One thing is for sure:

KJ said, ” Opposition parties’ marriage is mutaah. They ‘play’ one night. The next day, they split- divorce. They do it all the time.”

(check for reasons why Anwar can’t become Prime Minister on this blog, article posted on May 21 2008 )

Parti Islam Se-Malaysia ( PAS ) and pig farms

May 30, 2008

PAS ( Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party or the Islamic Party of Malaysia) claimed that they are an Islamist political party in Malaysia. The party aims to establish Malaysia as a country based on Islamic legal theory derived from the primary sources of Islam, the Quran and Sunnah.

bla.. bla.. crap!

On 23rd of Disember 2000, PAS Terengganu under Abdul Hadi Awang has allowed pig farming in the state.

Year 2008, Pakatan Rakyat ( PKR-PAS-DAP) had won the state election and formed new government of Selangor state. The start of their new ruling years were followed by allowing mega project: pig farm to proceed. The pig farm is widely known as the next big thing in Selangor. They were so proud with their decision, the whole rakyat (people) were talking about it. No joke!


Kelantan MB recently said that commercialized pig farms are not allowed in the state of Kelantan. BUT.. he supports the largest pig farm ever built in Selangor to continue. “Go on,” he said.

ps- in Islam, pig is considered to be the most unclean thing. Pigs are filthy. Muslims are not allowed to touch them, eat them and have intimate relationship with them. PAS is way out and off course.

The party is heading to the opposite direction from which it suppose to. They doing it wrong! Their task is not hard. They just need to defend and make a stand. Just need to say this out loud, “Pig is haram(not allowed). We don’t support pig farming!”. What a shame.. What a pity!

PAS is not fighting for Islam. At least not anymore.

Kelantan MB, Nik Aziz Nik Mat (spiritual leader of PAS) graduated with a Bachelor Of Arts in Arabic Studies and Master of Art in Islamic law from the Al-Azhar University. You can go visit Kelantan. It’s a nice place there, but nothing spectacular though except that women there work hard for money while the husbands stay at home and play checkers with their friends at the coffee shops.

Abdul Hadi bin Awang (born October 20, 1947) is the current PAS president and a former Chief Minister of Terengganu. He currently has two wives.