Whats with Anwar's tenuous effort at trying to look for scruples with regards to the APCO thing?
Whats the big deal if APCO had a hand in conceptualizing 1Israel?
APCO is an American company. Its client base is global...it is an apolitical international business although its jobs may include strategising political strategies or team building efforts in the likes of 1Israel or 1Msia.
Need one look at politics before making purchases? Perhaps...but on the main in today's world many will not give a hoot because like dirty money going through 'cleansing' process...like dirty money being generated through non Islamic riba' based systems, the end product is open to debate.
And what about our support for Arsenal and McDonald's which have strong support links to Zionism? Even Osama Ben Laden is a staunch supporter of Arsenal!...and we gobble down Big Macs day in and day out!
What about Coca Cola, Nokia, Wonderbra, Lancome, Estee Lauder, Aramis, Johnson & Johnson, Kraft, KitKat, KFC, Armani, etc?
We fly the world on airlines serving alcohol, we use computers with some technologies coming out of Israel, etc...What gives?
Such questions ought to be put up...is our "nawaitu" to support Islam's enemies or to bring together Malaysia in a healthy manner, sans being blinkered by various regressive issues?
All these is in stark contrast to the downright sneaky and dangerous (to the ummah and country) actions he (Anwar) got embroiled in by "sleeping" with the Zionist war monger Wolfowitz and his cohorts.
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Monday, March 22, 2010
EXTRACT FROM FORMER JUSTICE NH CHAN'S VIEWS IN MALAYSIA TODAY:
"...But, it is necessary to point out that in the Perak case of Nizar v Zambry, the Sultan has no power to appoint Zambry as the Menteri Besar because Nizar was still the holder of the office. It is only when the office is vacant would the Sultan be able to appoint another person to the office of Menteri Besar.
The unconstitutional appointment of Zambry to the post makes him an imposter. This is a blatantly unconstitutional exercise of a non-existent executive power by a pretentious constitutional monarch. Are we back to the days of the pretensions of King Charles I?..."
Notice how he said "...a pretentious monarch...", referring to Sultan Azlan, and equating his highness to England's King Charles.
Now, this blogger would like to ask him if he were so competent in his interpretation of the law, why does he not claim that HIS is the ONLY interpretation?
We wonder why then in certain cases the court appoints more than one judge?
Friday, March 19, 2010
Anwar brags in his blog that Jeremy Corby the British Labour MP for London's Islington North constituency is BEHIND him over the sodomy II case.
Hmm, BEHIND indeed, I presume?
And so, by putting in an "Early Day Motion" at the House of Commons last Monday, Jeremy called for the Malaysian Government to drop all charges against Anwar, as well as to stop what he sees as attempts at putting undue pressure on Pakatan MPs.
Prior to this Anwar boasted support from former Prime Minister of Canada, Paul Martin. The Canadian online news portal "The Globe and Mail" quoted him as saying,"as a democratic nation which respects international laws and basic human rights, Anwar should be allowed the freedom to implement his vision."
Similarly, much earlier in Australia, Michael Danby had rallied a group of renegade Aussie MPs to press Malaysia to drop the charges
There's a pattern of intrigue here...
Despicable it is - Anwar's propensity to lobby for foreign support to fight for his case in sodomy II...support is one thing but asking the judicial procedure of a sovereign nation to be bent is too much.
Back to that British MP from Islington North, it is well known that his favourite causes at Westminster also include fighting for gay rights in Britain.
Friday, March 12, 2010
RPK's arrogance in trying to run down the Malaysian Government over the Washington forum in February was so telling...
I quote what he wrote in Malaysia Today recently:
"...The invitation to the 24 February seminar in Washington last month says there were supposed to be three speakers. Then only Nazri turned up while Gani Patail and Abdul Hamid Mohamed went missing (in case you did not know what it means). And note the part that says: "The discussion will be on the record. Why did they suddenly announce that it is now OFF THE RECORD?"
Nazri then explained that it was just a coincidence he, Gani and Abdul Hamid happened to be in Washington at the same time. He then said he did not know where the two missing persons were.
In other words, Nazri was telling us that these two MIAs were not supposed to be part of or involved in the seminar. But the official invitation clearly mentioned their names. So Nazri lied. And Ernest Bower (the organiser) also did not explain the sudden change of plan.
Something happened in Washington that day. And they are not telling us what really happened. Then they lied and tried to wangle out of this very embarrassing situation by spinning untruths. But they did not know that Malaysia Today has eyes and ears all over the world. So we have now caught them with their pants down."
RPK thinks the others in Malaysia are as stupid as him by posing such a veiled statement...
It's all bullshit on RPK's part, as the truth is that any Government official would have done the same, i.e. to back off from a trap. The truth is both our judge and Attorney-General DID NOT WANT to make an appearance in the same forum as a Malaysian politician (Nazri), knowing their credibility and image could then be tarnished if they happen to say the same things as the tarnished politician in defending the country's practice and application of the law.
Monday, March 8, 2010
About 120 members of PKR from Mukim Limbahau in Papar are reported to have quit the party to join Umno.
Former Papar PKR committee member Camillus Ginibun said today they were motivated to make the switch by the 1Malaysia concept which they felt took into account the welfare and development of all the races.
“Under the 1Malaysia concept, no community including the Kadazan, Dusun and Murut, will be isolated from development. “All along, the development we have enjoyed was provided by the Barisan Nasional government. PKR is only good at making promises,” he said in a statement in Kota Kinabalu.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
PR is NOT yet PRM ...although they are attempting to get everyone to believe so.
Of course Zahid Ibrahim would have everyone believe that PRM is now a legal entity, but if that is so, it certainly does not have PAS as a component. The main obstacle is that PAS has refused to agree to the idea of an alternative coalition party.
PAS prefers the present loose cooperation.
One can guess from this that the relationship between PAS & DAP is a most fragile one. In addition to that, there are those like Zulkifli Nordin, who in spite of not being a PAS member, has values of a patriot and an enlightened Malay/Muslim, hence his criticism of DAP's Guan Eng.
Monday, March 1, 2010
Tan, who last week faced the PKR disciplinary board on charges of openly criticising Penang Chief Minister and DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng, said he was quitting all party posts immediately.
Latest unconfirmed reports have it that Kulim-Bandar Baru Member of Parliament Zulkifli Noordin is expected to defect to UMNO after been hit by accusations of being an extremist by de facto leader Anwar and his cohorts.
His possible action was preceded by former Penang Deputy Chief Minister I Mohammad Fairus Khairuddin, who broke his silence for the first time after quitting as Penanti assemblyman and Deputy Chief Minister. He said he had lost confidence in PKR’s leadership.
Fairus's action followed his frustration with the stance taken by PKR and Pakatan Rakyat over the “Allah” issue.
In another development, former PKR secretary-general Datuk Salehuddin Hashim, who resigned from his post in January, has also quit the party. When contacted Salehuddin said he made his decision two weeks after ending his term of office.