Thanks to Malaysiakini, we now have a good archive on these jokers in cabinet, starting with Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and some members of the Opposition/new government(s). I am reproducing it here for the record and for the benefit of those who do not have access to Malaysiakini archives (please subscribe as soon as possible lah!).

Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

  • Allegedly bought ACJ 319 VIP jet from Airbus costing between US$55 million and US$60 million, but denied the claim in January last year, saying that the government had only leased the aircraft from national carrier Malaysia Airlines Bhd and that that the plane was not for his use alone.
  • pak lah and corruptionAlleged by Turkish newspaper Hurriyet to have ordered a RM30 million super-luxury yacht in August 2006, alongside a claim that he had been in Bodrum to check on progress – Abdullah denied it and was mulling legal action against the newspaper
  • Initially linked to ownership of a RM60 million mansion in Perth, Australia, in April 2007 but subsequent reports quoting son-in-law Khairy Jamaluddin said the house belongs to the PM’s son, Kamaludin.
  • Implicated in a UN agency independent report in the worldwide oil-for-food scandal involving Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, but denied doing anything more than signing papers endorsing people in business.The report traced payment of US$10 million by Mastek Sdn Bhd, originally registered as a sawn timber company and a dormant company revived by Abdullah’s sister-in-law Noor Asiah Mahmood, her ex-husband Faek Ahmad Shareef and businessperson Jaya Sudhir.
  • Awarded the RM25 billion Penang Global City Centre project to Abad Naluri – a 25 percent-owned associate firm of Taman Equine which is wholly owned by developer Equine Capital, whose executive chairman Patrick Lim has close ties to Abdullah
  • Awarded the RM3.4 billion Penang monorail project to Penang Port and Scomi Group, in which. Kamaludin holds the controlling stake; Scomi has also been refurbishing railway coaches for Malayan Railway, acting as contractors to Petronas and has reportedly made a bid for the Penang Second bridge project.
  • In February 2004, BBC reported that Scomi subsidiary, Scomi Precision Engineering Sdn Bhd was making centrifuge for export to Libya, for nuclear devices. Two years later, the CEO and four executives of Mitutoyo Corporation were arrested by the Tokyo police for the connection of sale of equipment to Scomi, for the production of these centrifuge. Scomi disclaimed knowledge of the intended use of the parts.

Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak

  • In 2002, the Defence Ministry bought three submarines costing RM4.5 billion through a company controlled by close friend and political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda who was paid RM530 million in commission.
  • The ministry purchased Sukhoi 30-MKM fighter jets worth RM3.2 billion from Russia in 2003 and brokered the deal to send the first Malaysian into space last year at a cost of RM90 million.
  • najib razak and altantuya and bagindaSix offshore patrol vessels were delivered so late that contract value shot up from RM4.9 billion to RM6.75 billion – relevant documents were destroyed last September
  • Indirectly linked to the murder of Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu in 2006, for which two members of his security detail and Abdul Razak Baginda are currently on trial; Altantuya’s cousin testified that there is a photograph of Altantuya and Najib, taken in France

Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Mohd Johari Baharum

  • Embroiled in an allegation that he allegedly received RM5.5 million to free three underworld members from detention, but the Attorney-General later cleared him

Second Finance Minister Nor Mohamed Yakcop

  • Involved in the currency speculation scandal in the early 1990s, when Bank Negara lost up to RM30 billion

Deputy Home Minister Chor Chee Heong

  • Caught in apparent conflict of interest in the RM4.6 billion Port Klang Free Zone project; he was Port Klang Authority chairperson and deputy chairperson of Wijaya International (parent company of project developer Kuala Dimensi)

Works Minister Mohd Zin Mohamad

  • Alleged to have been party to fraud, corruption and bribery – which he has denied – in relation to complaints that his air-cargo company, Silkways Cargo Services Ltd, had under-declared the weight of shipments ferried by Malaysia Airlines in 2001; business partner Sheikh Farid Ahmed in Bangladesh was charged for money laundering last year and reportedly admitted to having paid around RM4.2 million in monthly installments to Mohd Zin.

Education Minister Hishammuddin Husseinhishamuddin keris mca assembly 260806

  • As Umno Youth chief, he brandished a keris at the party’s general assembly in 2005 and again last year; non-Malays did not buy his explanation that the gesture has cultural significance to Malays

Rural and Regional Development Minister Muhammad Muhd Taib

  • Charged in Australia – but was cleared – of making a false declaration on carrying in the equivalent of RM2.4 million equivalent in different currencies in December 1996 and knowingly ignoring conditions in a statutory declaration by declaring only assets worth RM10.82 million and AUD3.46 million. He admitted during the trial at the Brisbane District Court that he bought several properties worth more than RM17 million in Australia and New Zealand under the name of his wife Asbi Rohani Asnan. The ACA investigated and cleared him, but he resigned as Selangor menteri besar.

Tourism Minister Azalina Othman

  • As sports minister in the previous cabinet, was caught in the proposal floated last year to set up the RM70 million Sports High-Performance Training Centre in Brickendonbury near London; the East Hertforshire Council Development Control Committee rejected the proposal.   
  • Led Umno’s battle in cyberspace ahead of the general election that just ended by assembling a team of writers from every state to counter allegations about the party and its leadership on certain websites.
  • Has been rumoured as a lesbian in 2002 which she has denied and responded with police reports. She also allegedly bought her lover a RM300,000 Mercedes car that year, an allegation which she also denied.

Deputy Tourism Minister Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Abu Taib

sulaiman taib and avaa vanja ramliAlleged involvement in assaulting former television personality Avaa Vanja Ramli in a Kuala Lumpur nightspot in April 2003. In her police report made after she was assaulted in a popular KL bistro, Avaa named Sulaiman as her boyfriend who had allegedly pushed and strangled her. Sulaiman, son of Sarawak Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud, is married with four children.


Padang Serai parliamentarian N Gobalakrishnan

  • The PKR national integration chief has several outstanding criminal charges against him. This includes a charge for obstructing a police officer from discharging his duties in 2002 in Georgetown and partaking in an unlawful assembly at the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) rally at Batu Caves last year.

Selangor Mentri Besar and Bandar Tun Razak MP Abdul Khalid Ibrahim

  • khalid ibrahim and selangor stateThe former chief executive of Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB) allegedly owed Bank Islam Malaysia RM175 million to purchase 6.5 per cent of shares from Kumpulan Guthrie Bhd in 1994 which became a non-performing loan (NPL) absorbed by Bank Islam as losses. He was also accused of buying those additional shares at a lower price at RM2.30 when PNB was selling it for RM2.98. Khalid has denied all claims. Khalid in 2005 sued PNB and Bank Islam Malaysia claiming he had been denied the right to buy the remaining 135 million Guthrie shares.

Batu MP Tian Chua

  • Charged for participating in illegal assemblies and injuring a police officer during the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih) mass demonstration on Nov 10 and when the movement wanted to hand a memorandum to Parliament on Dec 11 last year. Chua has been arrested numerous times since 1998 and was detained under the Internal Security Act for two years in 2001 for threatening national security. He was also investigated for attempted murder of a police officer during a village demolition exercise in Kampung Berembang last year.

Bukit Jelutong MP Jeff Ooi

  • Ooi was sued last year by the News Straits Times Press (NSTP), its deputy chairperson Kalimullah Hassan, group editor-in-chief Hishamudin Aun and former group editor Brendan Pereira over alleged defamatory blog postings. The trial is still on-going in the Kuala Lumpur High Court.

Kelana Jaya MP Loh Gwo Burne

  • Recorded the scandalous VK Lingam video clip in 2002 which brought the country’s judiciary into the spotlight. During his testimony in the royal commission of inquiry, he said he had ‘burned’ a copy of the recording for another lawyer, the late Manjit Singh on the basis that the latter might find it “interesting to check out”. The video was revealed on Sept 19 last year by PKR who has declined to reveal their whistleblowers.

40 responses »

  1. aloudmouth says:

    So glad someone is keeping a record for their LEGACY.

    Good, you will be remembered for what you have done !

  2. wits0 says:

    “Scomi disclaimed knowledge of the intended use of the parts.”

    Of course it never asked! Most convenient indeed.

    Like a farmer who grows wheat and naturally never needs to.

  3. manydot says:

    Those are the big snake who know the loops hole of the laws. At least let the rakyat know wat they have done. Keep the record up……….

  4. rahman says:

    irrespective they are from ruling or opposition party it is unfair we simply throw accusation at them based on hearsay. best is produe documentary proof and make police/bpr report.

    malaysian seems to be enjoying throwing untrue accusations. I sincerely hope the victims clear their name by taking legal action against the monger.

  5. rahman says:

    the girl informed the court she seen a photo depicting najib razak with atlantuya-razak and najib but cant prove with hard copy. is it possible she was being coaxed.

  6. Splc says:

    fool fool fool… soo easy to get a C4 in m’sia if u’re not related with some upper level??? boooooo

  7. sadia says:

    This is a big joke

    Look at the accusations labelled against the opposition members? They say “participating in a protest”, “writing articles in a blog”, “recording” a video, “someone ISA-ed”, etc. Surely, are these shameful activities or criminal? There is no corruption here nor any wrongdoing. However, on BN’s side, it is clear that they have breached the law, engaged in massive corruption and mishandled all Malaysians.

    Malaysiakini can do better than this. Oh Shit!

  8. Could you please e-mail me whatever you write henceforth from today April 1.

  9. donplaypuks says:

    Hi Susan

    Re the RM5.5 million alleged to have been paid as bribe to deputy mininter, it might be worth your while & netizens to read up Raja Petra’s ‘Corridors of Power’ articles at Malaysia Today.

    This has all the ear-marks of a classic attempted frame-up involving the Triads, I Raja Polis, Ganesh Patel the Agong General and Also Corrup Association. I believe that the charges were dropped becoz there was no such money in bank a/c of deputy minister or anywhere else.

    RPK says these are also linked to Commander I Polis Raja being charged (frame-up) with non-declaration of assets and misuse of official aircraft . His lawyer was intimidated, assaulted and charged with resisting arrest & the lawyer’s wife & children were illegally detained, by I Polis Raja. There is also a link with two Polis Raja being (falsely) charged with faking charge sheets and documents against Triad bosses.

    Note that Rip Van winkle has not been charged with misuse of government aircraft when he went to Oz to open his bro’s nasi kandar joint with his 2nd wife to be (he also denied he was going to marry her when it had already been leaked out the previous december).

    Conspiracy theory? I think not. Why were Triad bosses released from rural banishment and not charged by Ganesh Patel even though he had had affifavits/reports from several investigating I Polis raja?

  10. bamboo river says:

    A multi national engineering firm can deny knowledge on the intended useage of parts they fabricate…..that is sure the joke of the 21st century.

    The top five in the list of well known figure are :
    1)Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak
    2)Rural and Regional Development Minister Muhammad Muhd Taib
    3)Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
    4)Tourism Minister Azalina Othman
    5)Education Minister Hishammuddin Hussein

    And the grand prize goes to …………………………………

















    Tun Dr Mahathir.

  11. donplaypuks says:

    You forgot to include:-

    1. Alleged RM 1.3 million Ali Bab activity involving Azim Z (now mullah in charge of religious affairs & midnight bush raids) and aborted listing also involving his friend and financier BK Tan, the capo di tutti capi of Triads in M’sia.

    2. Police Report against Nor Forexloosecannon’s alleged misuse of RM 30-40 million funds of mrcb plc.

  12. Margeemar says:

    Spreading Rumours

    MALAYSIANS must be more responsible in their use of alternative media like the Internet and blogs, which can be turned into gossip machines to spread unsavoury stories about everything and everybody.This is becoming an unhealthy practice among the younger generation.They give vent to their frustrations by posting rude and vulgar comments on blogs.Some of the things being discussed have no factual basis and are spread as though they are the truth.The danger is that people believe them and form judgments based on untruths and half-truths.If this practice persists, it threatens to turn Malaysians into a nation of rumour-mongers.

    By BULBIR SINGH, Seremban
    NST, March 31,2008.

    The above letter appeared in the New Straits Times. The reason why I’m highlighting this letter is not because it has any value to it, but simply to re-emphasize the point to everyone as to where Bulbir Singh is coming from.

    This is an extract of what I wrote about Bulbir Singh in my Blog on Feb 23, 2008:

    “To be fair, I have been reading Mr.Singh’s letters especially in the Star & Sun and have found it to be slanted towards the Government, it’s leaders and it’s policies and has nothing nice to say about opposing views and opinions. Whatever the case, it is within Mr. Singh’s right to state his views and opinions and we must respect this. After all, this is what democracy is all about. Likewise, Mr. Singh should also appreciate and respect the rights and opinions of others even if they do so with a pseudonym”.

    Bulbir must have been sleeping when the Political Tsunami swept the nation on March 8, 2008. You see, the problem with Bulbir is that he sees the world in a different lens. To him, the BN had done a fantastic job for the past 50 years. Everthing and everyone from the Opposition, Hindraf, Bersih etc are evil and are up to no good. For Bulbir, the BN and Pak Lah are incorruptible and infallible.

    That is why dear old Bulbir has kept silent all these while when issues such as the Lingam Tape, The Judiciary, corruption by BN politicians, KJ, ISA, OSA etc cropped up. Suddenly, he’s awake and launches a blistering attack on Bloggers accusing us of spreading half-truths, rumor mongers and vulgar. I could be forgiven if I say that the way his letter was written, it sounds like something written by the BN propaganda machine.

    For Bulbir, reading the MSM is the next best thing to Holy Scripture. Poor Bulbir still believes whatever trash the MSM dishes out. Once again, I wish to remind everyone that it is within Bulbir’s right to say or write whatever he wants. We, must respect that right of his. Likewise Bulbir, you must also respect what other people say and write. Please don’t demonize us Bloggers.

    If you are up to it, you can also set up your own blog. If you don’t have the time, you can always read Khir Toyo’s Blog. At least here, you will find things that are more appealing to your palate.

  13. Wow! This is a goldmine. Can I have your permission to compile this material into an ebook? Ha Ha.

  14. mitosblog says:

    If you ask PM again his reply would be “Saya tak tahu”

  15. donplaypuks says:

    You try and get 1 letter critical of BN published in NST or STAR and you’ll be lucky to achieve it once in 50 years!

    Bulbir, Lam Thye, Dr. Vijayaratnam, especially LT, get theirs published any time they want? How come?

    Becoz they are reactionary BN apologists and b..ls carriers. These people don’t feel for the masses and ordinary citizens. They have long ago sold their sould to BN.

    So, I have stopped reading NST, STAR and now, Sun (now controlled by apanama? and his crony from old mcdonald’s days, sifu sai babji).

    I am also asking all netizens to boycott Thoyothatha’s blog – do not give credence or respectability to a known corrupt plunderer, racist and demagogue. You don’t need to read Hitler’s blog to know that you have to avoid meeting him, do you?

  16. Lim says:

    If were to tell the underground modern history of KL Tower, KLCC, Putrajaya, KLIA, MIC, Big Tree and blah…blah…blah & etc…etc…etc…, there well be lots lots more interesting and exciting bed time story to tell. Longer then our Carrefour bill.

  17. Lim says:

    The corruption of Mahathir

    adapted from Bangkok Post

    I have always said Dr Mahathir is a menace to his own people. Now
    only you can see the effects of his foolishness when the ringgit has
    halved its value overnight and your economy goes kaput. Single
    handedly you have caused hardship to millions of your own people. You
    have built useless mega projects at tremendous cost to the country.
    The telecoms tower in Kuala Lumpur and the highest building in the
    world show how stupid you are. Not only does it cause massive traffic
    jam, it has totally no purpose. If you need high ground for telecoms
    antennae a nearby mountain is there for free. This tower has no
    purpose from the ground up to 300 metres. The satelites make this
    totally unneccesary.

    A fool and his money are soon parted. The only thing is you are the
    fool and the money belongs to Malaysians. You make 20% in evey
    project, you have real estate in Japan and billions of shares
    corruptly acquired. Your 3 sons are worth 8 billion US$. Where do
    they get this money? Of course, corruption. You are known as the
    Marcos of Malaysia, having enriched yourself to the tune of billions.
    You dare to shed crocodile tears during UMNO delegates meeting about
    the ills of corruption. Yet you are the most corrupt of all the prime
    ministers before you. A thief is crying thief and hopes people look
    the other way. Who dares to say anything when the chief is caught
    with his hands in the candy jar?

    You said wisdom is not the monopoly of the West. So is foolishness.
    You have more foolishness than most people would believe. Billions
    are used to build two high rise Petronas buildings that benefit
    nobody. It now stand tall, a symbol of stupidity and irresponsibility
    Instead they just add on to traffic jam. What is this reclamation of
    10 islands off Kedah? Totally absurb and stupid. Of course your
    benefit is 20%. And the bridge across from Malacca to Sumatra across
    international waters? Why not build a bridge to the moon? I am sure
    you still can get your 20%.

    You called me a Moron. How can a Moron make so much money. By
    allowing short selling and borrowing millions of shares from your
    banks we fund managers made millions out of your inexperience and poor
    regulations. You lose all Malaysians money, therefore you are the
    Moron. Now you know too late and start crying over split milk. In
    Australia you are known as the recalcitrant ego maniac; in UK the
    corrupt bastard because of your stupid purchase of our movie studio
    and the 290 million ringgit Lotus racing car plant and the shady
    Pergau dam loans from the UK. They are useless to us and you still
    want to buy them. What about buying British reject submarines through
    your agent, of course. The agent/ broker is designed to make millions
    out of Malaysian government. Your purchase of our battleships is at
    least 50% more than others are paying. Your purchase of 9 hospitals
    from UK lock, stock and barrel does not support your local architects
    or your industry and the British send you obsolete medical equipment.
    The design is atrocious, one end to the other is half a kilometer and
    there is no CT-scan, an absolute necessity. In the Uk your face
    appears in no less than 17 newspapers as a corrupt dictator. In
    Malaysia you are known as the (IBM) International Big Mouth. In Japan
    they call him the ‘smallest one’ (brain size). In Pacific island the
    Santa Claus (giving advice left and right). In south America they call
    him the parrot (he talks a lot but does not know what it is about). In
    Manila the living Marcos.

    In Malaysia they are spending millions to lure tourists and you talk
    rubbish scaring every foreigner away. “When he is dumb he is doubted
    a fool, when he opens his mouth it removes all doubt.”

    While I agree the West does not have the monopoly to wisdom, your
    actions are not the wisest either. Your EAEC has totally no support
    even in Asean. Your South-South dialogue mets with the same fate and
    what is this I hear of the Bridge from Malaysia to Indonesia covering
    20 miles across International shipping lanes? How crazy can one get?
    Even the Japanese don’t have the money. This world’s stupidity seems
    to be concerntrated in one man’s mind – yours.

    The multimedia super corridor – MSC -. Well in USA its most stupid
    concept because we Americans, would have thought of it light years
    before. Even if it makes money, we can copy this concept can’t we?
    Why do you want to spend your hard-earned money doing questionable
    projects? It will be like the Bakun project. Abandoned fund wasted
    and another white elephant. I always say politicians should not be
    involved in business. Your ministers are also businessmen and almost
    every official is enriching himself. Look at Rafidah Aziz, selling
    thousands of Approved Permit for cars each worth 20-30 thousand
    Malaysian dollars. Why not your government sell them and make the
    money?She has acquired millions of shares meant for bumis for free
    before she agrees to list them. Look at your Selangor Chief Minister
    collecting millions for approving high rise buildings from
    businessman. He is worth a few billions. Unfortunately he was caught
    with a few millions pocket money in Australia.Every Chief minister is
    awarding useless projects to his cronies then collecting secret pay
    offs on the side.The Land development Boards and the Economic
    Development Boards are used to bailout any loses suffered by
    politicians.The profits they keep, the loses they force the Government
    bodies to absorb.How can your poor ever close the gap when every good
    deal is snatched by your politicians?How can your country get out of
    poverty if all the billions of corruption money is taken out of the

    Look at the Sarawak Chief Minister selling billions worth of timber
    concessions under the table; selling every piece of state land to
    businessman without tender; using his own companies to obtain
    lucrative government contracts; selling approval signatures for a fee
    ‘you pay I approve’. He has 8 billion US stashes overseas. Thousands
    of acres of land are given to one or two companies while thousands of
    poor people still live in cardboard makeshift homes; have no water and
    shit into the river. Thousands of acres of land are sold to companies
    for plantations while the native don’t have even one acre to their
    name. He is selling sand near the beaches to one company for earth
    filling and then ask the government to spend millions to protect the
    coastline when erosion occurs. He lost 300 millions of the sarawak
    government money trying to make computer chips. He has built a port in
    Northern sarawak town in water so shallow it needs dredging every year.

    The Prime Minister built highways without tender, your cronies get the
    deal and the price double. Your Langkawi airport runway is built is
    double the cost by your own company Ekran.

    The Malaysian nation has lost at least 30 billions during your last
    10 years of corrupt rule. One billions lost from the purchase of
    phantom skyhawk war planes nobody has ever seen (are they still in the
    Nevada desert USA?). 3 billion lost from the London tin scandal (you
    thought you could corner the London tin market without knowing the
    Americans have a stockpile! Stupidity at its best. 6 billion Perwaja
    steel mill where nobody even know where the money goes, 3 billion bank
    Bumiputra scandal where George Tan bribed all the bank officials to
    lend him the money. 6 billion forex lost by Bank Negara (the fool and
    his money are soon parted) and 6 billion to build three of the worlds
    tallest buildings (built by Japanese and Koreans and furniture
    imported from France – not Malaysia) and 1 billion lost from purchase
    of British warship including fees paid to the broker and under the
    table. Add the 10 billion you stole and 5 billion taken by Ministers.

    In the 1997 the World Journalists meeting voted Dr Mahathir the Prime
    Minister of the Decade. It sounded strange to everybody until it was
    revealed those who voted against are threatened by IRD officers and
    with losing their jobs. In New York the United Nations 1997 meeting,
    the most corrupt Prime Minister of the decade is President Suharto and
    second Dr Mahathir (Actually Dr Mahathir should take first place but
    bribed the Indonesian to take honour of Number One.

    There are Fifty thousand of your university students are not given
    places in Malaysia but are good enough for places overseas resulting
    in billion of dollars lost.The British and the Australians are
    thinking how stupid.Your best students are sent overseas raising their
    standards while as in most countries the best are kept in local
    universities and the rejects sent overseas. A university student in
    Hong Kong is much more prestigeous than any Australian counterpart.
    You have been colonised by the British so long you cannot even educate
    your own people. Look at Hong Kong or Singapore less than 5% study
    overseas. All the money saved. Your country could save billions if
    every student overseas is recalled to a local university, and at the
    same time raising your own standards.

    Your people are still without shoes, without land to farm, without
    homes, bathing in rivers shitting in hole in the ground, without water
    and electricity. Your cities are concrete jungles without greenery
    and open spaces. Your KL is jammed with traffic. Yet you still keep
    on building high rises. You should come down from the clouds and stop
    daydreaming and firmly plant your feet in the ground. Your schools
    are cramped 500 students to an acre and thousands of acres are given
    free to some politician who leaves them idle. Your parks are being
    taken by politicians to build shophouses and every cabinet minister is
    a landgrabbing businessman who build roads only to their cronies’ land.

    The Malaysians’ prayer

    “Ya Allah, we thank you for your gifts of timber, oil and grain.
    But then the devil sent us corrupt Mahathir without a Brain
    And look we are back to square one again
    So just take Dr Mahathir back to Hell
    And we will be alive and well.”

    In China people have been shot for embezzling one thousand dollars.
    With 8 billions you have stolen therefore you would be shot 80
    thousand times.

    Now you are leading an anti-corruption campaign. We all know what you
    should do. Look yourself in the mirror. You see the crook there?
    Then use your left hand and handcuff your right hand.

    You have put the opposition leader and his son in jail when they said
    in parliament you are the richest PM in the world. And his colleague
    Mr Karpal Singh too for 2 years. So I get a reward or bribe if I now
    say you are the poorest PM in this world?

    Your 3 sons are sitting in the board of directors of more than 200
    companies. They must have been educated in Harvard school of business
    and obtained distintions? Or is it “you don’t know me you don’t do
    business in Malaysia” law that applies. Billions of ringgit of
    Employee’s Provident Funds and public Petonas funds are used to bail
    out your sons who make losses investing in every venture you thought
    you could make money. How unethical and corrupt.

    Every one of your politicians are sitting on the boards of tens of
    companies making thousands without any effort, lending their VIP names
    to borrow millions from local banks without collateral. Now these have
    become non performing loans. Now you want 20 millions Malaysian to
    sacrifice for the folly of ONE man? Why not the fool resign and admit
    he wasted and took most of the money. I could teach you how to put
    your economy on tract but first you must apologize to the Jews and the
    Malaysian people as well.


  18. joo ngan says:

    This is further news about our new Tourism Minister. Apparently she has cancelled all planned events in Penang cos its now controlled by the opposition! She has shifted all the events to her home state of Johor. Also she has proposed erecting a new Tourism building behind the present Ministry. As usual she is planning to spend tax payers money to renovate her new office. All these from insider news in the Tourism Ministry itself.

    What are we going to do with these bloodsuckers?! Do we have to wait until the next GE to get rid of them? We should have swept the whole lot of them out on March 8!

  19. Malaysian says:

    Hey, that’s a shorter list than I expected. Where are the rest? Where’s Samy Vellu?

  20. hamzah says:

    anyone knows what happened to the middle man of Scomi Precision Engineering Sdn Bhd who is under ISA in Msia?

  21. Malaysian says:

    Where’s AP Queen?

  22. Ronson says:

    These skeletons are only good for gossip and nothing else. The opposition party skeletons reads like Greenpeace activists charges, except for Khalid’s.

    The ‘attempted murder’ charge on Tian Chua is typical. I have seen a guy use a garden hose to spray water at a lady’s hair on TV. She then reported it to the police. He was later charged with ‘assault with a deadly weapon’.

    This is madness!

  23. Ahila says:

    Mr. Listing….how could you have forrrgottennn….MIC chief…, his almost son, M.Saravanan (who won in Tapah).,…AP Queen, …MMTaib who embarassed M’sians in Aust., macam macamlah kat Malaysia ni !

    We slog…get a salary, pay loans, pay hefty sum for food ,…PAY TAX without fail……and we get…..peace of mind becoz our conscience is clear!

    Can those crooked people labelled in the list…sleep peacefully ? He..jijik betul !!

  24. intan says:

    What about Chan Kong Choy and Ong Ka Ting?

  25. ANg kong says:

    well, I am pretty sure this is only the tip of an iceberg. Such a blatant abuse of power/rakyat’s money.

    In a ‘proper’ civilized world, any 1 of d listed accusations tht is subsequently proven true will easily bring an end to the political life of those involved and not to mention the ACA/po-lice knocking on the door. BUT it seems in Malaysia, we are living on a different planet.

    With so many high profile leads, surely the ACA has got to do something or are thy blind too?

    the excuse of ‘tak tahu’ must not and cannot be used by any politician, a simple signed endorsement fr you is enough to cause you to step down. kanineh leh Starts acting like a man-lah.

  26. Billau Chris says:

    Thank you for prising open the Pandora Box. The skeletons are indeed impressive. Unfortunately, the masses were not too well-informed of these skeletons who are now running and milking the country dry. If only these cans of worms were released to the masses before the election, BN would stand no chance at all to secure the simple majority to rule the country.

    If only the squandered huge sum of money were used for human development, providing schools with the best and latest teaching aids and facilities, granting more scholarships to the poor deserving students, expanding the universities’ facilities to accommodate the rising population, building homes for the aged, sick and the handicapped, providing training facilities for carers of handicapped, improving the traffic, dispensing with the road toll, reducing the price of gasoline and diesel etc, we will still be left with a fat balance to our credit to finance the poor to do small businesses.

    I am indeed sad that so much of our money has been siphoned out. What is the ACA doing? Are they not going after the sharks? The Royalty and the Governors must help stop this rot in the various States. The people have long suffered at the hands of these unscrupulous politicians who have been retarding the growth of the the masses long enough. The masses have been kept in the dark through the gagged media.

    So Susan, you have certainly provided a convenient but effective vent for the people to air their views, frustrations, criticisms and comments on what is going on. The blog that you have engineered has benefitted a lot of people, including me.

    Do the people need the corrupt leaders? The answer is obvious. The next question is, how are we going to get rid of them – to wait for another five years or sooner? Can we wait that long?

    I am most amused that while BN cannot stand homosexuality, it can accommodate lesbianism! What a joke!

    Friends, give your suggestions through this blog how to down and closet the corrupt leaders so that they can no longer squander the country’s wealth.

  27. Malaysian says:

    Where’s Ling Leong Sik? Where’s Khir Toyo list?

  28. Ctizen Me says:

    Ten years from now we will look like an African country!

  29. Jude says:

    Hai Yah, A lot of Cut and Paste. Old News Paper, Old News Paper, Old News Paper……………

  30. Little Spy says:

    WEE KA SIONG – Deputy Education Minister

    Giving schorlarships to rich students whose parents are known to him. Involved in an AliBaba deal just before the GE 2004 which was revoked when he had to declare his asstes !!!

  31. rahman says:

    where has the money collected by DAP on “save bukit china campaign” gone to…ha ha

  32. rahman says:

    few years ago there was pak man telo in taiping who illegally operate the pyramid style investment called skim cepat kaya.

    many people especially the malays pawned their small properties, sold their vahicle, motor bike etc

    after pak man telo was arrested govt confiscated rm19million. some of those invested gone mad imagine bicycled to petrol station to fill up. some sat on grinding stone and acted like driving a car..macam-macam gila sudah jadi..

    a late friend of mine name ali katak appealed to the then finance minister Anwar Ibrahim to return the money the reply was sorry .

    this time around if let say anwar become pm can he return the money to the people those still keeping original receipts from pak man telo. we are poor that is why want to be cepat kaya.

  33. rahman says:

    Hello Sdr. KJ,

  34. rahman says:

    Hello Sdr. KJ,

    we are still waiting for the news when are you going to sue those who slandered you regarding land in padang tembak penang.

  35. Facts says:

    Subject: Siphoning money out quickly – by Raja Petra Kamaruddin

    Recently, Umno organised a forum at the Singgahsana Hotel in Petaling Jaya to conduct a post-mortem on the recent general election. The purpose of the forum was to explore what went wrong and where Umno should go from here. But judging by the rhetoric and statements that came out of that forum today, it is clear that Umno still does not get it. They still do not have their fingers on the pulse. They still fail to understand what went wrong on 8 March 2008 and what needs to be done to restore the lost fortunes of the party that is the lead partner in the ruling coalition.

    30 April 1975 was the day that Saigon fell. And it fell because the
    government did not have its fingers on the pulse of the nation. 30
    April 2008 may be the day that Barisan Nasional — and therefore Umno as well — falls after getting a beating on 8 March 2008. The reasons are clear, though it may not be clear to Umno. But what is more of interest is not the reason for the 8 March 2008 ‘disaster’ but what is happening behind the scenes to cushion the fall of those who walk in the corridors of power.

    Those who walk in the corridors of power no longer have any doubts
    that 30 April 2008 may be the day the newly-formed opposition
    coalition, Pakatan Rakyat, takes the reins of power. With its 82 seats
    in Parliament it is already more than halfway there. All it needs is
    another 30 seats to give it a simple majority in Parliament. If it
    gets more than that, even better, but 30 seats will do the trick for
    the meantime. Once the Barisan Nasional government falls, the
    stragglers will swing over easily enough because politicians always
    like to associate themselves with the winner, never with the loser.

    Patrick Lim tried his best to salvage whatever little left he could
    salvage. As soon as the results of the election became known, his
    fortune started dwindling at a rapid pace. When the stock market
    opened the Monday following the elections, he saw more than a quarter billion Ringgit disappear from his books. It was the most painful Monday in his entire life — as it was for the rest of the fourth
    floor cronies who were left holding paper that was no longer worth
    what it was just two days before that.

    Seeing that Penang was now an opposition state, his flagship project,
    Penang Global City Centre, was doomed to become history; and the
    market reacted. When it was announced that approval for the project
    had never been given in the first place, that nailed his plans to
    change the entire landscape of Penang Island and turn into a New York skyline; and the market reacted even more. He had only Terengganu left, which thankfully was still a Barisan Nasional state. And if he could convince his bankers that Terengganu was still on, then maybe they will ease up on the margin calls.

    But it was still too early to pop Champagne. Terengganu may be a
    Barisan Nasional state but it appears that His Majesty, The Agong, had other plans as to who should be the new Menteri Besar. The Agong knows about the RM1.2 billion a year oil royalty that has now been changed to wang ehsan and which comes under the direct supervision of the Prime Minister’s Department. The Agong also knows that ever since Idris Jusoh was appointed the manager of the wang ehsan in 2000, more than RM8 billion has disappeared into the pockets of Patrick Lim and his retinue of cronies. And The Agong said, enough is enough; the pilferage must come to an end!

    Patrick Lim broke out into cold sweat when it was announced that The
    Agong has his own ideas on who should be the Menteri Besar of
    Terengganu and that it is not going to be Idris Jusoh. Patrick Lim
    sent The Agong a SMS with an offer of RM300 million if His Majesty
    would maintain status quo. The gall of this uncouth, uncultured,
    crossbreed of a Chinaman. Sending The Agong a SMS is bad enough. Not even The Agong’s uncle would do such a biadap thing. But to attempt to bribe The Agong on top of that is the height of insolence that tantamount to treason.

    When The Agong did not respond, Patrick Lim made a beeline for
    Terengganu in an attempt to have a personal audience with His Majesty to pursue the RM300 million offer. The Agong made Patrick Lim sit in the waiting room the entire afternoon and at 5.00pm His Majesty sent his ‘guest’ off in tears with the message that he is persona non grata in the palace.

    Patrick Lim was now desperate. He needed to save his Terengganu
    operation. With Penang now in shambles, Terengganu is all he has left with which to convince his bankers that he is still bankable. He went to meet Ahmad Said and offered the new Menteri Besar RM40 million if he would agree to turn down the offer for the top post and instead settle for the post of Deputy Menteri Besar. This would allow Idris Jusoh the top post, which would then enable Patrick Lim to retain
    Terengganu as his playground. But Ahmad Said refused the offer of RM40 million and Patrick Lim’s hope of getting his hands on the RM1.2 billion a year shattered.

    Yes, 30 April 2008 may yet become like Saigon of 30 April 1975.
    Parliament is expected to convene on 28 April 2008 and if Anwar can
    convince another 30 Parliamentarians from Barisan Nasional to swing to his side then, with the 82 he already controls, he can form the new
    federal government. But can he do that?

    Sabah and Sarawak have 54 Parliament seats, all Barisan Nasional,
    while only 14 are Umno. Without Sabah and Sarawak, Barisan Nasional will have only 86 Parliament seats in Peninsular Malaysia, a majority of just four seats over the opposition’s 82. And without Sabah and Sarawak, Barisan Nasional cannot form the government, not even with a simple majority.

    Sabah and Sarawak know that Barisan Nasional needs their seats. Yet, they gave Sabah and Sarawak just five Deputy Minister posts and
    ‘worthless’ ministries on top of that. Their 54 Parliament seats are
    not going to come cheap. They can decide to throw their seats behind
    the 86 Barisan Nasional seats or behind the 82 opposition seats.
    Whomsoever gets their 54 seats will form the government. And the one who will get their 54 seats will be the one who comes up with the best offer.

    Sabah and Sarawak are each earning about RM600 million a year from the oil royalty. If the 5% oil royalty is increased to 20%, this will be close to RM2.5 billion a year, RM5 billion for both states combined.
    And if two Deputy Prime Minister posts are created and Second Deputy Prime Minister is rotated between Sabah and Sarawak, then that will complete the package. And the opposition has agreed to grant Sabah and Sarawak all this while Barisan Nasional, over the last two decades, will not even honour the Twenty-Point Agreement that was the basis for the formation of this nation called Malaysia.

    Yes, 30 April 2008. Will that be the date of the fall of Barisan
    Nasional as was the fall of Saigon on 30 April 1975? Saigon fell
    because the government lost touch with the ground. If Barisan Nasional falls it will also be because the government has lost touch with the ground. Umno, today, in its forum at the Singgahsana Hotel, talked about Malay nationalism and Islam. Barisan Nasional got a thrashing on 8 March 2008 because the people are tired of all this talk about Malay nationalism and Islam.. And this continued talk about Malay nationalism and Islam will be what will seal the Barisan Nasional coffin for good on 30 April 2008.

    For further reading, on 28 March 2008, The Malaysian Insider ran an
    article called ‘Patrick Lim – jetsetter with a bulls-eye on his back’.
    Considering that The Malaysian Insider is owned by Kalimullah
    Masheerul Hassan and Brendon Pereira, it makes one wonder what their game plan is. After all, Kalimullah and Brendon are known fourth floor cronies. Is this a sign that even the fourth floor is jettisoning
    Patrick Lim and leaving him to flounder in his massive bank debts?

    Of special interest is the New Straits Times report below about
    Maybank buying over Temasek’s interest in an Indonesian bank at RM3 billion more than what they should be paying. The interesting part, of course, is about who brokered this deal with Singapore and why Maybank was made to pay RM3 billion over-value.

    Yes, the rats are deserting the sinking ship. And they are cashing out
    quickly so that they can take with them as much money as they can when they desert the ship. If the ship sinks on 30 April 2008, as may be the case….well, never mind, because by then billions will have been transferred out of the country.

    Daim took RM42 billion with him when he bailed out just before Tun Dr
    Mahathir left the scene. Expect the present figure to be close to that
    when Abdullah Ahmad Badawi leaves the scene. RM21 billion has already been moved just before the last general election. They only need another RM21 billion to match Daim’s RM42 billion. And the Maybank deal just reduced that RM21 billion to RM18 billion so there is not that far to go. If the new government is formed on 30 April 2008 there may be nothing left in the kitty. I, for one, would not want to be in that new government.

  36. billauchris says:

    The ills of the BN are summarised in the following prognosis by a political doctor:

    The video does not look like a ship at all. It looks more like a sinking cabinet.

    Perhaps, I would like to share the latest prognois of a so-called political doctor on the illnesses or sicknesses that contributed to the BN’s dismal performance at the 12th General Election on 8 March 2008.

    If you are prepared or ready to read on, do so now and post your comment.

    A ‘ Medical’ Perspective on Why the BN Lost in the Recent Elections

    With the thrashing that they got in the 12th.GE, the BN is now in ICU and they are doing a post-mortem to find out what happened.

    To help BN with this task, the following medical report has been prepared to identify the diseases / illnesses that have been plaguing it and how these ailments have caused this sickening organization to become so sick that major surgery is now being considered.


    Overeating – gorged themselves and ate too much of the people’s money

    Heart failure – did not have a heart to really care about the rakyat

    Rectal cancer and constipation – did not expel all the shit from the system

    Diabetes – fondness for sweet things, i.e. saying sweet things to try and con the rakyat ( in plain English, lying )

    Stroke – stroked too much of their own ego and became too arrogant

    Overworking – too busy running here and there cutting deals for own benefit

    Alzheimer’s – forgot to play the proper role of an elected representative

    Obsessive-compulsive neurosis – obsession with cleaning, especially sweeping things under the carpet

    HP6 – a mutation of the deadly H5N1 ( bird flu) virus which manifests itself in the form of idiocy or semi-idiocy, thus the descriptor ‘ half past six ( HP6)’. Many members of the BN are infected.

    VD – Very Deaf. Did not listen to the grievances of the rakyat and did not heed the healthy advice and feedback from bloggers

    Color Bind – a form of visual impairment which is directly the opposite of being color blind. There is a fixation on color and everything must always be discussed in terms of ‘color’ – Malay, Chinese, Indian etc.

    Liver problems – failure to de-Liver on promises

    ‘Inverted Cerebranus ‘ – a new form of disease where the cerebrum and anus are transposed causing highly irrational and objectionable behaviour, like brandishing ancient weapons and ranting racial slurs and threats


    Not good and definitely a terminal case.

    Chances of recovery are 1 in a gadzillion, about the same odds as Osama converting to the Jewish faith and becoming a messenger of world peace.


    No known cure. Euthanasia recommended.
    Suggest to drink lacquer – at least it will ensure a beautiful finish

    By Political doctor

  37. fariq says:

    a clean politician will not afraid of loosing but a corrupted pollitician is afraid because they will face the consequences when the times come. i am waiting to see BN fall

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  40. Ganesh Gifts says:

    Where’s Ling Leong Sik? Where’s Khir Toyo list?

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