Establish a Royal Commission of Inquiry to fully reveal the Week of Long Knives Operation in July 2015 which attacked important constitutional principles of democracy and undermined the independence and professionalism of key national institutions

In Penang yesterday, former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak claimed “a huge moral victory” that the debate between him and me is off.

According to The Malaysian Insider, Najib said my backing out from the debate had implications for my “political credibility”, that it’s going to leave an indelible impression of me as a political leader on the minds of the people and he reiterated that failing to go through with the debate, I had lost the right to attack him.

Najib only proves his political bankruptcy and immorality when he could claim “moral victory” because of a cancelled debate while thunderously silent for years about global kleptocracy.

I am sorry to disappoint Najib, but for the past four days that I have moved about in the Malaysian public domain, including a visit to Sandakan, I have not felt or detected any fall-off of my political credibility or any perception that he had scored “a huge moral victory”. Read the rest of this entry »

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Malaysia would have been saved from the infamy, ignominy and iniquity of being condemned by the world as a global kleptocracy if Zahid and other BN leaders had demanded full accountability from Najib in the Week of Long Knives in July 2015

I am in Sandakan to attend the dinner organised by Sandakan DAP to celebrate the historic victory of DAP, Pakatan Harapan and Warisan in the Sandakan by-election on May 11, 2019.

While waiting at KLIA to board the aircraft for Sandakan, I was taken aback to read the Malaysiakini report about the former Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s speech at a breaking fast event at a surau in Bangi, entitled: “18 missed calls – Zahid recounts fateful night ‘Bossku’ made him DPM”.

The report said Zahid lamented that he could not spend “Lailatulqadar” in Mecca as was his tradition, revealing that when he was in the holy city for the occasion in 2015, it also marked his appointment as deputy prime minister. Read the rest of this entry »

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Let first year of Pakatan Harapan Government be the year of the kleptocrats and the second year be the year of the sharks in the war against corruption

The objective of the new Inspector-General of Police, Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador, to eradicate corruption in the police force is a very tall order and he deserves the support of all right-thinking Malaysians, as the police had been regarded as among the most corrupt of all government departments.

In July 2017, the then Home Minister Datuk Seri Zahid Hamidi said that the Royal Malaysian Police was acknowledged as the best in ASEAN, but this international recognition was not the general Malaysian perception. He estimated that only 20% of the public were positive about the police.

Zahid’s claim in 2017 that the RMP was acknowledged as the best in ASEAN was not borne out by the 2017 Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) study released by Transparency International in February 2017, based on a survey of 16 countries in Asia-Pacific.

The 2017 GCB found that the 60% of the respondents from Malaysia felt that the level of corruption in Malaysia had increased, which was higher than the regional average of 40%; 62% felt that the government was handling the fight against corruption in government BADLY, as compared to the regional average of 50%. Read the rest of this entry »

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Hamid Bador is doing what none of his 11 predecessors as Inspector-General of Police had dared to do in six decades: for the Malaysian Police be among the cleanest and most incorruptible government departments in the country and among the cleanest and most incorruptible police forces in the world

Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador is doing what none of his 11 predecessors as Inspector-General of Police had dared to do in six decades – for the Malaysian Police to be among the cleanest and most incorruptible government departments in the country and among the cleanest and most incorruptible police forces in the world.

His warning to the “men in blue” to sever ties with criminals before it is too late for them to repent is welcomed by all Malaysians who want to see the Malaysian police force to be among the world’s top police forces, which is efficient, professional, people-friendly and corruption-free – symbol of a New Malaysia.

Hamid Badar said that as long as the policemen had not been nabbed, “haven’t worn the orange jumpsuit yet”, there was time for them to disentangle themselves from the underworld.

He reminded all police personnel to remember the oath they had taken, swearing that they will uphold the law instead of getting involved in vices. Read the rest of this entry »

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Support for new legislation to curb hate speech particularly relating to religion

Sokong cadangan undang-undang baru untuk menangani ucapan berunsur kebencian berkaitan agama

Saya menyokong penuh cadangan daripada Timbalan Menteri Perumahan, Senator Datuk Raja Kamarul Bahrin untuk menggubal suatu undang-undang yang baru untuk menangani masalah percakapan yang berunsurkan kebencian di media sosial, terutamanya yang berkaitan dengan agama.

Contoh yang paling baru adalah kenyataan daripada seorang pemimpin NGO Muslim berkenaan isu Pos Malaysia mengeluarkan setem yang memaparkan Gereja St George di Pulau Pinang.

Pemimpin NGO tersebut telah menyiarkan ketidakpuasan hati beliau di Facebook, mengakatakan yang setem ini adalah salah satu lagi contoh Islam dibuli sejak Pakatan Harapan mengambil-alih pemerintahan Mei tahun lepas dan mengatakan kejadian ini boleh mengelirukan orang asing untuk berfikir yang Malaysia sudah menjadi negara Kristian, walhal setem itu sebenarnya sebahagian daripada siri setem rumah ibadat di Malaysia yang dikeluarkan buat pertama kalinya pada tahun 2016, dua tahun sebelum pentadbiran Pakatan Harapan.

Dalam Malaysia Baharu, agama sepatutnya menjadi satu kuasa penyatuan dan sepatutnya tidak ada ruang untuk ahli politik yang menyalahgunakan agama untuk mempertahankan kleptokrasi atau ektremisme dalam sebarang bentuk sekalipun.

Memandangkan Malaysia adalah sebuah komuniti yang mempunyai pelbagai fahaman agama, sepatutnya menjadi kepentingan utama untuk semua rakyat saling menghormati semua agama, malahan, perkara ini adalah prinsip yang pertama di dalam Rukunegara — Kepercayaan kepada Tuhan, yang berasaskan kepada prinsip asas perlembagaan dimana Islam adalah agama rasmi persekutuan dan semua agama dan kepercayaan lain boleh diamalkan dengan bebas dan harmoni tanpa sebarang diskriminasi.
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Najib is the most malignant political force in the history of Malaysia – global kleptocrat, habitual liar and greatest threat to the vision of a united, progressive and prosperous Malaysia

Najib adalah salah satu kuasa politik yang paling merosakkan dalam sejarah Malaysia — seorang kleptokrat global, kaki penipu, dan ancaman terbesar kepada satu visi Malaysia yang bersatu, progresif, dan makmur

Apabila bekas Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak mencabar saya untuk berdebat dengannya di dalam satu temubual dengan Free Malaysia Today pada hari Selasa yang lepas, perkara pertama yang terlintas pada fikiran saya adalah; patutkah seseorang itu berdebat dengan seorang kleptokrat yang mempunyai penyakit suka menipu ataupun memang kaki penipu.

Saya telah menambah, sekira berlakunya perdebatan ini, topik yang terbaik adalah “Bagaimana Malaysia terjerumus menjadi sebuah kleptokrasi global dan bagaimana kita boleh kembali menjadi sebuah negara terulung yang berintegriti”.

Najib kelihatan tidak kisah dipanggil seorang kleptokrat dan kaki menipu dan bersetuju secara serta merta dengan topik tersebut, tetapi menambah secara licik: “Saya terima tajuk disarankannya tetapi seadilnya dan semoleknya kita perlu bincangkan topik-topik lain semasa debat ini.”

Menjawab cabaran ini, saya telah melantik Setiausaha Politik saya, Syahredzan bin Johan dan Ahmad Faiz Mustafa, Pegawai Perhubungan Parlimen saya untuk berurusan dengan pegawai Najib bagi memuktamadkan butir-butir perdebatan ini untuk dilangsungkan selepas Hari Raya. Read the rest of this entry »

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Najib/UMNO Psy-War HQ’s directive to UMNO cybertroopers to target DAP to cause collapse of Pakatan Harapan Government and save Najib from being sent to Sungai Buloh Prison

I have seen a secret directive sent out through WhatsApp by Najib/UMNO Psy-War HQ to UMNO cybertroopers to target DAP to cause collapse of the Pakatan Harapan government and save former Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak from being sent to Sungai Buloh Prison.

The WhatsApp secret directive reads:

“c&p

“Arahan dari HQ, sekarang pastikan setiap posting kita tumpu pada DAP dan kalau boleh gunakan kreativiti untuk kaitkan dengan isue bangsa dan agama

“Mengikut maklumat intel, akan ada pendedahan penyelewengan pemimpin UMNO terbaru dari Kerajaan, kita akan counter dengan kaitkan dengan DAP, pastikan team focus pada isu DAP tidak kira isu apa pon”

This is further evidence to substantiate my prediction two days ago that the Najib/Jho Low/UMNO Psy-War High Command had decided on a new game-plan to cause the collapse and disintegration of the Pakatan Harapan Government and save the Malaysian Kleptocratic Duo from accountability for the 1MDB scandal by creating or magnifying rifts and divisions between political parties and personalities in Pakatan Harapan, and distorting them into racial or religious conflicts. Read the rest of this entry »

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Shahredzan and Ahmad Faiz appointed to liaise with Najib’s officers to finalise details on the debate with Najib: “How Malaysia became a global kleptocracy and how we can become a leading nation of integrity” after Hari Raya

Syahredzan dan Ahmad Faiz telah dilantik untuk berurusan dengan pegawai Najib bagi mengaturkan sesi berdebat mengenai topik “Bagaimana Malaysia terjerumus menjadi sebuah kleptokrasi global dan bagaimanakah kita boleh menjadi sebuah negara berintegriti yang terulung” selepas Hari Raya ini

MalaysiaKini telah melaporkan yang mana bekas Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak telah bersetuju dengan topik yang saya cadangkan, iaitu: “Bagaimana Malaysia terjerumus menjadi sebuah kleptokrasi global dan bagaimanakah kita boleh menjadi sebuah negara berintegriti yang terulung”.

Saya tidak mempunyai sebarang bantahan terhadap perbincangan topik yang lain pada sesi debat ini. Namun begitu, tajuk utama debat ini mestilah kekal dan dimaklumkan sebagai “Bagaimana Malaysia terjerumus menjadi sebuah kleptokrasi global dan bagaimanakah kita boleh menjadi sebuah negara berintegriti yang terulung” sama ada di tempat berlangsungnya debat ini ataupun di tempat lain. Read the rest of this entry »

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Is Najib a pathological or habitual liar? Is he prepared to debate “How Malaysia became a global kleptocracy and how we can become a leading nation of integrity”?

Adakah Najib seorang yang mempunyai penyakit suka berbohong atau sememangnya seorang kaki pembohong? Adakah dia bersedia untuk berdebat mengenai topik “Bagaimana Malaysia terjerumus menjadi sebuah kleptokrasi global dan bagaimana kita boleh kembali menjadi sebuah negara terulung yang berintegriti”?

Adakah bekas Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak seorang yang mempunyai penyakit suka berbohong atau sememangnya seorang kaki pembohong?

Dalam wawancara dengan Free Malaysia Today hari ini pun, tidak ada lain yang dibuatnya selain berbohong. Najib mendakwa beliau telah menjawab segala persoalan yang dibangkitkan saya dalam kenyataan media saya, yang mana adalah pembohongan yang nyata.

Adakah beliau sudah menjawab persoalan saya, antaranya yang telah dibangkitkan saya dalam kenyataan saya di Sandakan pada 8 Mei lalu mengenai sama ada lawatan kempen “Malu Apa Bossku” beliau untuk membantu kempen PBS dalam Pilihan Raya Kecil Sandakan adalah wadah terbaik untuk beliau menjelaskan mengapa beliau masih terus-menerus menafikan kewujudan skandal 1MDB, meskipun sejak empat tahun lalu, begitu banyak laporan berita mengenainya dikeluarkan oleh media antarabangsa, pelbagai buku dan filem telah diterbitkan mengenai skandal 1MDB sementara 10 negara lain telah melancarkan siasatan ke atas skandal terbabit? Read the rest of this entry »

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Instantaneous proof of new tactics in Najib-Jho Low game-plan to cause collapse and disintegration of Pakatan Harapan Government to enjoy immunity for the 1MDB kleptocratic scandal

Bukti kukuh taktik baru Najib-Jho Low untuk meranapkan dan memecahbelahkan Kerajaan Pakatan Harapan bagi mendapatkan imuniti daripada skandal kleptokrasi 1MDB

Saya tidak menjangkakan hasil yang sebegitu cepat — namun sekarang adalah era internet dan media sosial, dimana maklumat dan penipuan dapat disebarkan sepantas kilat!

Lebih kurang satu jam selepas saya keluarkan kenyataan media yang memberikan amaran bahawa jentera perang psikologi Najib-Jho Low telah mempunyai idea baru untuk meranapkan dan memecahbelahkan Kerajaan Pakatan Harapan dan sekaligus menyelamatkan duo kleptokrat, Datuk Seri Najib Razak dan Jho Low daripada tanggungjawab terhadap skandal mega 1MDB dan Penjara Sungai Buloh, saya telah diberikan bukti kebenaran amaran saya.

Telah saya katakan sebelum ini, strategi Najib-Jho Low bagi memastikan mereka berjaya mendapatkan imuniti daripada skandal 1MDB telah mengguna pakai 5 taktik sejak awal tahun ini termasuklah kempen “Malu Apa Bossku” bagi memastikan Kerajaan Pakatan Harapan hanya menjadi kerajaan sepenggal, dengan harapan percutian di mahkamah untuk Najib akan berakhir, langsung membolehkan mereka bebas daripada sebarang akauntabiliti jenayah kleptokrasi mega mereka. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Najib-Jho Low grand strategy to escape accountability for the 1MDB mega scandal and for two Malaysian kleptocratic duo to escape spending their remaining years in Sungai Buloh Prison

I can discern five tactics which had been used by the former Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak and his partner-in-kleptocracy, Jho Low in the past year to nullify the historic decision of the Malaysian people in the 14th General Elections on May 9, 2018 as part of grand strategy of the Malaysian kleptocratic duo, Najib Razak and Jho Low to escape accountability for the 1MDB mega scandal and escape spending their remaining years in Sungai Buloh Prison.

The five tactics which had been deployed in the Najib-Jho Low grand strategy in the past year were:

Firstly, to unabashedly and even shamelessly parade around the country in the “Malu Apa Bossku” campaign with the subliminal message that Najib had committed no wrong in the 1MDB scandal and to portray him as a victim of persecution by Pakatan Harapan government.

Secondly, to create a public opinion that enough had been said about the 1MDB scandal and Najib’s kleptocracy, that the 14th General Election is over and let the courts decide whether Najib was guilty of corruption or not, but for now, the ball is in Pakatan Harapan’s court and that what the people wanted to hear was what the PH government had achieved to lower the cost of living and bring about institutional reforms. Tandem with the creation of this public opinion, the kleptocratic duo’s cybertroopers were entrusted with the task of dominating the media, in particular the social media, to shout down those who speak or write about 1MDB and Najib’s kleptocracy as if they had commited a some heinous crime akin to treason – when in fact, it was Najib’s kleptocracy which was the real treason.

Thirdly, to peddle the toxic and vicious politics of lies and falsehoods to create distrust, intolerance and hate shouting from the rooftops and treetops that Malay rights and Islam are under threat and the need for Malay and Muslim unity to protect these rights and interests. Read the rest of this entry »

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Daim is half-right – Pakatan Harapan should not dance to the tune of Najib but should compel Najib to dance to the tune of Pakatan Harapan narrative

Tun Daim Zainuddin is half-right – Pakatan Harapan should not dance to the tune of former Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, but should compel Najib to dance to the tune of the Pakatan Harapan narrative.

I do not agree with Daim that Pakatan Harapan should forget about Najib, as the former Prime Minister is the de facto leader not only of UMNO-PAS axis, but the unofficial opposition combination which included MCA and MIC, but also PBS and the other Sabah other opposition parties and GPS in Sarawak.

The landslide 11,52-vote majority victory of DAP, Pakatan Harapan and Warisan in the Sandakan by-election on May 11 is not only a debacle for PBS, but of the combined Oppostion and Najib’s “Malu Apa Bossku” narrative, as PBS was only a digit of Najib’s great gameplan to ensure that the Pakatan Harapan Government would at most be a one-term government and that Najib’s travails would end by the 15th General Election and he could escape life in Sungai Buloh Prison.

A commentator had described the PBS candidate Linda Tsen as a reluctant candidate and that she had political baggage. I believe that PBS was an even greater reluctant political party to field a candidate in the Sandakan by-election as PBS had even greater political baggage after singly ruling for 10 years and as part of Barisan Nasional for 16 years.
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“Malu Apa Bossku” campaign violates Rukunegara, a challenge to National Anti-Corruption Plan 2019-2023 and obstacle to the national mission to transform Malaysia from a global kleptocracy into a leading nation of integrity

Kempen “Malu Apa Bossku” bertentangan dengan Rukunegara, mencabar Pelan Anti Rasuah Kebangsaan 2019-2023, dan halangan kepada misi transformasi negara daripada satu kleptokrasi global kepada negara berintegriti yang terulung

Sejak beberapa bulan sebelum pilihanraya kecil Sandakan pada 11 Mei yang lalu, cybertrooper bekas Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak telah bertungkus lumus menjaja satu tema baru — cukuplah bercakap mengenai skandal 1MDB dan kleptokrasi Najib, Pilihanraya ke-14 sudah selesai dan biarkan mahkamah yang tentukan sama ada Najib bersalah atau tidak, sebaliknya, mari lihat apa yang kerajaan PH telah berjaya laksanakan untuk menurunkan kos sara hidup dan mereformasikan institusi negara.

Januari tahun ini, cybertrooper Najib telah memulakan kempen “Malu Apa Bossku” tanpa sekelumit rasa malu sekalipun dan yang malang sekalinya kempen ini telah berjaya menawan sebahagian tertentu rakyat Malaysia. Lantas membolehkan gabungan UMNO-PAS, dengan sokongan belakang tabir MCA dan MIC di semenanjung Malaysia, PBS dan parti pembangkang lain di Sabah, dan GPS di Sarawak, untuk menjaringkan tiga kemenangan di pilihanraya kecil Cameron Highlands, Semenyih, dan Rantau.

Fenomena “Malu Apa Bossku” juga telah memberikan galakan kepada ahli parlimen pembangkang untuk menyekat perjalanan Rang Undang-Undang Pindaan Perlembagaan untuk Perkara 1(2) Perlembagaan Persekutuan yang merupakan langkah pertama yang penting dalam melaksanakan satu daripada lima Janji Teras Pakatan Harapan dalam PRU14 “mengembalikan status Sabah dan Sarawak kepada sepertimana yang dipersetujui dalam Perjanjian Malaysia 1963”. Read the rest of this entry »

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With the objective to ensure that PDRM is one of the top world-class police force, Parliamentary Caucus on Governance and Institutional Reforms will review the Royal Police Commission Report to study whether its 11 recommendations to improve welfare of the police had been implemented in the past 14 years

Bagi memastikan PDRM menjadi salah satu pasukan polis yang bertaraf dunia, Kaukus Reformasi Urustadbir dan Institusi Parlimen akan merujuk semula kajian Suruhanjaya Diraja Polis untuk menyemak sama ada cadangan-cadangan penambahbaikan kebajikan anggota polis yang dicadangkan telah dilaksanakan sepanjang 14 tahun yang lepas

Dengan pelantikan Hamid Bador sebagai Ketua Polis Negara yang baru, PDRM kini bersedia untuk menjadi sebuah pasukan polis yang bertaraf dunia.

Oleh itu, Kaukus Reformasi Urustadbir dan Institusi Parlimen yang dipengerusikan oleh Ahli Parlimen Port Dickson, Anwar Ibrahim, akan menyemak semula pelaksanaan cadangan-cadangan penambahbaikan kebajikan anggota polis seperti yang dicadangkan oleh Laporan Suruhanjaya Diraja tersebut.

Selain daripada cadangan utama penubuhan satu badan bebas Suruhanjaya Aduan dan Salah-laku Polis (IPCMC) — yang telah dipersetujui oleh PDRM setelah menentang penubuhannya selama 14 tahun, dengan pengumuman Menteri Dalam Negeri, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yasin bahawa rang undang-undang IPCMC akan dibentangkan ke Parlimen sebelum hujung tahun ini — Suruhanjaya Diraja Polis tersebut telah juga membuat 11 cadangan bagi menambahbaik kebajikan anggota polis. Read the rest of this entry »

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DAP will not be MCA2 and MCA cannot be DAP2

A new political myth is making the rounds in Malaysia, that with the DAP in a silent mode, there’s need for a Third Force in the country.

According to this myth, as DAP has become MCA2, MCA should become DAP2.

There cannot be a greater misreading of political trends and dynamics in Malaysia as DAP will not be MCA2 and MCA cannot be DAP2.

It is akin to political imbecility to believe that MCA, after being almost eliminated in the 14th General Election, could evolve to become DAP2, when up to now, MCA dare not cut its umbilical cord with UMNO and  no MCA leader has the  conviction and temerity to denounce the 1MDB scandal and  the former Prime Minster,
Datuk Seri Najib Razak  for bringing the
country to Malaysia’s worst depths of international infamy, ignominy and iniquity by
being condemned by the world as a global kleptocracy. Read the rest of this entry »

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Malaysia has completed  process to start implementing the major pillars of Pakatan Harapan commitment to restore democracy,  the rule of law and to effect institutional and political reforms in the second year of PH government

I believe the second year of the Pakatan Harapan government in Putrajaya will see more reforms and changes in the democratic  governance of Malaysia, as the best part of the first year of the Pakatan Harapan Federal Government  after the historic decision
of the 14th General Election on May 9, 2018 had been spent on finding out the scope and extent of the  political, economic, educational, social, cultural and moral damages to Malaysia in heading towards the trajectory of a failed, rogue and kleptocratic state.

Two events in the last week before the “509” first anniversary on May 9, 2019 can be said to provide the final stones for the  basis for far-reaching institutional and political reforms in the next four years of the Pakatan Harapan government, namely the appointments of a new Chief Justice Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat, taking over from Richard Malanjum who had retired on April 2, and a new Inspector-General
of Police, Abdul Hamid Bador, replacing Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun.

As the Attorney-General Tommy Thomas said at the ceremonial sitting to celebrate the appointment of Chief Justice Tengku Maimum at the Palace of Justice this morning, the only way for the Malaysian judiciary to return to its “glory days” of the 1970s and 1980s was for judges to consistently endeavour to make the right decisions. Read the rest of this entry »

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Hisham’s latest statement is even more self-incriminating and as a major UMNO leader and former senior UMNO Minister, he should not hide behind any legal loophole but set an example of accountability, transparency and integrity by revealing all about the improprieties and illegalities in the land swaps under his watch as Defence Minister

Former Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein’s latest statement is even more self-incriminating and as a major UMNO leader and former senior UMNO Minister, he should not hide behind any legal loophole but set an example of accountability, transparency and integrity by revealing all about the improprieties and illegalities in the land swaps under his watch as Defence Minister.

It is all right and proper for him to expose the faults of previous Defence Ministers, as he is not only entitled but has a duty to do so, but he should not apply double standards and spare himself from such exposure of irregularities and illegalities of land swap transactions during his tenure as Defence Minister.

Hishammuddin’s first self-incriminating statement was his cryptic advice to the Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu and Deputy Defence Minister Liew Chin Tong “if they live in glass houses, don’t throw stones”.

I for one would like to know if Mohamad Sabu or Chin Tong are alleged to be involved in corruption or malpractices as to live in “glass houses”. Read the rest of this entry »

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Forthcoming Sarawak state election will decide whether the implementation of the Pakatan Harapan “pillar-promise” of “Return Sarawak and Sabah to the status accorded in Malaysia Agreement 1963” has full support of Sarawak

The voters of Sandakan surprised themselves, Sabah and Malaysia when they gave the DAP candidate Vivian Wong a landslide victory in the Sandakan by-election on May 11, with a historic majority of 11,521 votes despite a low voter turnout of 54.4%.

Many thought that Sandakan is a constituency with predominantly Chinese voters in the 75%-80% region, but they cannot be wrong as the ethnic composition of its voter make-up is Chinese 51% and Sabah bumipuera 49%.

This makes Vivian Wong’s landslide victory all the more significant as she won all 17 polling districts in the by-election and 91 out of the 93 polling streams – making it a very representative and rounded victory.

The level of Chinese support actually increased slightly to approximately 95 percent, a level which Pakatan Harapan only achieved in 12 out of 24 parliamentary constituencies with more than 50 percent of Chinese voters in GE14. Read the rest of this entry »

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Every day in first week of second year of Pakatan Harapan rule, we have been moving strongly in the direction of a New Malaysia to restore democracy, rule of law, justice and a better life for all

A retired government servant asked me this morning whether there is hope for the future.

I replied that there would be no hope for the future if the previous UMNO/Barisan Nasional had continued to rule in Malaysia; but there is now hope with the historic decision of the 14th General Election a year ago.

But I cautioned him that it would be a herculean task to undo the corruption, abuses of power and injustices of six decades, that it would be impossible to resolve all the problems left behind by the Najib regime overnight as it is a task which will take years and even decades to complete but Malaysians must have stamina, perseverance and faith in themselves to work towards a New Malaysia.

Every day in the first week of the second year of Pakatan Harapan rule, from May 9 – 15, 2019, we have been moving strongly in the direction of a New Malaysia to restore democracy, rule of law, justice and a better life for all. Read the rest of this entry »

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Election Commission should hold an inquiry whether it had acted unlawfully in  complying with the  directive  by the previous Najib government to illegally transfer military voters to shore up the support for four Ministers – Zahid Hamidi, Hishammuddin Hussein, Ibrahim Sabry Yaakob and S. Subramaniam

The Election Commission should hold an inquiry whether it had acted unlawfully in complying
with the directive by the previous Najib
government to illegally transfer military voters to shore up the support for four Ministers for the 14th General Election – Datuk Seri Zahid Hamidi (Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister), Datuk Seri Hishamuddin
Hussein (Defence Minister), Datuk Seri Ibrahim Sabry Yaakob (Minister for Rural and Regional
Development) and Datuk Seri Dr. S. Subramaniam (Minister for Health).

Last Wednesday, the Election Commission Chairman Azhar Azizan Harun said the Election Commission is awaiting a full audit report by a special investigation committee on procurement, governance  and finance in the Defence Ministry led by former auditor-general Tan Sri Ambrin Buang appointed by the new Pakatan Harapan Government.

The Ambrin audit report had  reported that EC officials were complicit in aiding the ministry in the transfer of military voters to camps built in Bera (Pahang), Segamat (Johor), Paloh (Johor) and Hutan Melintang (Perak) in time to
be eligible to vote in the GE14.  Read the rest of this entry »

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