Archive for March 6th, 2018

Is Wee Ka Siong’s efforts to distract attention from 1MDB scandal and Malaysia as a global kleptocracy by attacking Penang undersea tunnel project and tarnish Lim Guan Eng’s image a quid pro quo for UMNO helping the three top MCA leaders to get elected into Parliament on UMNO’s Malay votes?

MCA Deputy President Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong has suddenly put on the garb as an anti-corruption crusader although neither Wee nor any MCA Minister, Member of Parliament or leader had done or said anything to check the downward slide of Malaysia on the annual Transparency International (TI) Corruption Perception Index (CPI) in the past two decades.

Both Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, the MCA President, and Wee Ka, the MCA Deputy President, had been in Parliament and Cabinet for the last two decades, when Malaysia’s TI CPI plunged from 32ndranking in 1999 (when Liow was first elected to Parliament) to No. 39 in 2004 (when Wee was first elected to Parliament), and today, to the lowest TI CPI ranking of all – No. 62 out of 180 countries in the latest TI CPI 2017!

But both Liow and Wee’s records in the past two decades in the fight against corruption and abuses of power were a total blank sheet!

But in the past month, Wee had put on the garb of an anti-corruption crusader, although he dared not breathe a word about international multi-billion dollar 1MDB money-laundering scandal and Malaysia’s world-wide infamy, ignominy and iniquity of being regarded world-wide as a global kleptocracy! Read the rest of this entry »


Will MCMC order Raja Petra to remove articles on me which are full of lies and falsehoods?

Raja Petra Kamaruddin has complied with the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) instruction to remove three articles on the website Malaysia Today regarding billionaire Robert Kuok which had had violated Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act by 10 am today.

The three articles were “Robert Kuok wants Chinese rule in Malaysia”, “Malaysian Insight funder fingered” and “Robert Kuok’s last chance at changing the government”.

Robert Kuok was not the only victim of Raja Petra Kamaruddin’s lies and falsehoods in his articles on Malaysia Today. Read the rest of this entry »

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Not a word on Malaysia’s lowest TI CPI ranking or Malaysia’s ignominy as global kleptocracy because of 1MDB scandal in Najib government’s latest policy speech shows that UMNO/BN has lost its moral compass and forfeited its political legitimacy and credibility

The speech by the Yang di Pertuan Agong in opening the sixth meeting of the 13th Parliament yesterday is supposed to be the Najib administration’s latest policy speech on its policy measures and specifics in the pipeline in the next 12 months.

But the second Najib administration has less than five months to go, and in fact, the 14th General Elections is expected in 70 days before mid-May, before the Pakatan Harapan’s eighth Malaysian Prime Minister-designate, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, is released from Sungai Buloh prison in early June – showing how frightened Najib is of Anwar!

The question teasing the media and all MPs is whether the present month-long parliamentary meeting starting yesterday on March 5 would be allowed to complete its month-long meeting ending on April 5 or whether it would be dissolved mid-way after the Elections Commission had rushed its report and proposals on the redelineation of parliamentary constituencies to the Prime Minister for adoption by Parliament.

This “hide-and-seek” game as to when Parliament would be dissolved, and whether the present month-long parliamentary meeting would be truncated half-way and Parliament dissolved for the holding of 14GE, is unworthy of a Prime Minister who is confident of support from the people and understand the true meaning of parliamentary democracy. Read the rest of this entry »

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