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Photo from trevorromain.  That’s what Pak Lah is saying to you, Malaysians.

Too bad. All those who wanted (read: craved for and plotted) to have PM Abdullah Ahmad Badawi resign, of all days on April Fool’s will just have to wait for another day.

Abdullah  said yesterday (malaysiakini):

“I am here, I am here, I am here. They make all the speculations that I want to run away, I’ve resigned. Why should I resign?”

Yeah, stand your ground, Pak Lah! Stay on! Stay strong!  Stay there, until the 13th GE, that is! Go on, go on…take another “honeymoon” with that “sweet” Jean of yours.

The large anti-Abdullah gathering at Hotel Singgahsana did not seem to rattle the man one bit. Well, either the anti-Pak Lah forces within UMNO has to work harder or a miracle bigger than the 12GE March 8 Tsunami needs to be repeated.

The newly formed Pakatan Rakyat (People’s Alliance) is definitely happy at this turn of events. With Abdullah helming the party’s leadership, the 13GE in 4 or 5 years time would be a breeze.

All of us who want to see a change of leadership (mind you, not from Abdullah to Najib or Ku Li or whatever), a real change from UMNO to Pakatan Rakyat, will finally have our dreams come true.

UMNO should continue to fight within themselves. Keep busy you guys. We’re enjoying the show.

While you are at it, Anwar Ibrahim and gang @ Pakatan Rakyat will have a fine journey reforming the states which they have won in the last GE.

And they are working harder than before.

The STAR:

The Selangor Government has opened investigations into allegations of massive land cheating cases said to run into hundreds of millions of ringgit in the state. Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim will personally go through records of all land transactions “tainted” by allegations of fraud.

Earlier in Penang:

A special panel set up by the state government to investigate “land improprieties” in Penang has stumbled upon yet another scam. This time it involves an RM 13Mil land deal.

“This is a fresh case. We just uncovered this when the special panel was investigating the other cases,” Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said on Tuesday night.

54 responses »

  1. malayamuda says:

    you can do it UMNO

    UMNO Boleh

  2. Yes, UMNO can do it. But have you look at the Video when one of the Pemuda Leader have been `kick out` during giving suggestion on UMNO accepting back DSAI? Tun Mahathir at the forum speak out to ask UMNO people give idea and fear nothing. But what is about the accident?
    http://whitenaval.wordpress.com
    I was too shame about it!!!

  3. Gagak Putih says:

    Sloone,

    Is it true Najib tendered resignation as DPM today?

  4. hutchrun says:

    Badawi is the 5th column in UMNO. He`s in reality working for Pakatan Rakyat.

  5. mitosblog says:

    Let him enjoy his FINAL sleep…..and his SIL is nowhere to be seen and nowhere to be heard. They may be planning to accumulate as much cash and smuggle them out of the country if they know they are going to doom soon since the PM is also the Finance Minister. And for this I’m worried if the country’s economic may be affected.

    At the end the greedy and the stupid, the arrogant is going to make himself not only the most stupid PM the country ever created but perhaps the most stupid leader the rakyat has chosen. That is his choice to be a fake gentleman.

  6. Alexander says:

    All these huha huha within UMNO, we are really enjoying the shows. Just continue the huha huha.

    Beware; on the other end, Guan Eng & Khaled have many many scandalous cases to publish. I am also waiting from Ahmad Said & Nizar

    All newspapers, do you job professionally, dun hide or cencor stories or else your fates will be like UMNO, akan di tendang keluar

    Please give 100% coverage to all poltical parties in Malaysia

  7. Alexander says:

    Hei BTW, where are SIL & Jean nowadys. I miss them a lot.

  8. malayamuda says:

    planning their next holiday i suppose

  9. malayamuda says:

    Akhbar,

    Thats democracy Dr Mahathir style. Speak up, speak up , speak up…….. then you get thrown into jail with sodomy charge and black eye. why ? speak up cos you love your country.

    Our brave Umno youth leader from Sekinchan was luckily only “escorted” out of the fall by his neck.

    In Mahathir’s democracy, only he knows whats best for Malaysia and all of us. He knows what we should read it the papers, what we see on TV and he knows everything else about the world. Only he can call a spade a spade, the rest of us have to be so proud of his bravery when he calls a spade a spade.

    Wow Mahathir, you sre sooooooooooo GREAT

  10. facial says:

    If you really wanted to go away, you have only this option, to persuade your buddies to pakat with Anwar, so that, he can help you to continue your retaliation,
    1) to uproot the mongo tree from Pekan.
    2) to drag the Mad-dog from lingam street.
    3) to replace the seven paratroopers from Senators
    4) to bargain to send you to down under
    5) to send the MaMa son ( 2M) back to English school.

  11. Malayamuda,

    If this trend is still in the UMNO party, I guess the young generation will pick PKR or PAS or DAP!
    I love my country also.

  12. Alexander says:

    My opinion only

    Give Tun M & Anwar a second chance, Both of them have paid heavy prices (heart attacks, by-pass, black eyes, jail term etc etc) and learnt with thousand of sleepless nites. Not easy without a good sleep you know — conscience striken !!!

    At least better than all the leaders now who never learn

  13. Dime says:

    We all should be thankul to Tun & Pak Lah for all these hype. Learn from the masters deceiving!

    The newly created Pakatan Rakyat should by now have learned something from this turn of event. Learn form the mistake of others coz you are not gonna get a second chance. Believe me, you can’t afford to have in-fighting within the peoples alliance. There shall be a ‘give & take’ while not sidelining the Sultans.

    Peace to all.

  14. I have to say my unwavering support for Pak Lah reaches new highs every single passing day. I dare say I support him more than Najib, Mat Taib and th e rest of BN does😉

    I LOVE PAK LAHHHH!

    LONG LIVE PAK LAHHHH!

    Remember your motto! “Saya PANTANG dicabar!!!”

  15. kittykat46 says:

    I think Pak Lah should stay on as PM as long as possible.
    He is Pakatan Rakyat’s finest assett in UMNO…LOL…

  16. donplaypuks says:

    Rip Van Winkle

    Please don’t resign for 6 months more.

    By then Sabah & Sarawak can see what a rubbish deal they have been getting from Mahathir, Rip and BN all these years while making billionaires of themselves.

    Then the 60 MP’s from the East can take their chances and perish (like UMNO/MCA/MIC), or move forward with PR

  17. caravanserai says:

    ‘I am here, I am here, and I am gone!’
    The sleeping beauty stands at the door
    Holding his key to his sleeping zone
    He knows he needs that very soon

    Dr M and his party
    Gathering in a hotel bashing away
    The idiot who can’t speak English warned
    The whip will come slashing its way?

    The messages gone
    In the corridor of power
    The X-men maintain the silence
    The power in their hands
    The wealth grooms in their eyes
    For who wants to forget
    The golden light on the corridors

    And the mirror of beauty
    Snoring all the way……
    In a little while he flip-flops again
    Putting up a white flag waving in the air
    He has enough as he tries to navigate his exit

    Will it be in December?
    Maybe in the 1st sitting of Parliament
    He will be gone………………?

    Personally I don’t want to give chances
    As days drag on many covering traps will be done
    When the trail blazing is still hot in our minds
    It is better to get it all nicely packaged it
    Sealed and delivered stopping the diggers
    For stealing the land and squandering wealth

    The playground is empty
    No ice-cream sellers around
    The hot balloons too have gone
    Only the empty swings, seesaws and dustbins
    Lying around waiting for the beat
    The sleeping beauty stands alone
    Head down whispering to the wind
    ‘I have to go there is no two way about’

  18. Lallang exile says:

    Letter to PM Badawi,

    Dear Mr PM,

    I do not understand why you allow Dr M to continue what he is doing to both you and the country. If it was the reverse, he would have put you , Badawi, into jail long ago using the ISA. Or treated you like Anwar.

    I do not understaand why you do no use the ACA – the myraid schemes and projects are too many to mention here – to shut him and his children up.

    I do not understand why you allow his cybertrooper Rocky to continue using his blog to incite gullible and inoocent Malaysians to dangerous acts suited to the agenda of Dr M.

    I do not understand why you need to make countless statements about not resigning. You are the elected PM by law. Nobody could contest that. The whole world respects that, except you know who.

    Just get the job going, shut your enemies up by prescribing them a dose of their own medicine. We and the generations to come will then remember and salute you not only as the last BN PM, but the PM who brought to justice a dictator called Dr M.

    In Chinese chess, you could “cheong” (check) your opponent quite easily especially when that opponent is overtly aggresive.

    It would occupy the ACA for years and by the time they get to the skeletons in your closet (if any) , it would already be a new era.

    So, be full of courage and put on the armour of truth and righteousness, for truth and righteousness will win the war for you.

    I sincerely do not wish to see my dear country and kindred plunged into anarchy by that wicked old man. He has destroyed enough lives already.

  19. Lallang exile says:

    “The world will know that free (women and ) men stood against a tyrant, that few stood against many, and before this battle was over, that even a god-king can bleed” – (Spartan King Leonidas)

  20. rahman says:

    to pakatan rakyat good show send more false wild news this fellow that fellow resign on sms will make more fun.

    bukit cina fund mana sudah pergi.

    dig dig dig , mppp mpsp alih perhatian rakyat tentang janji-janji dalam manifesto yang tidak mungkin dikabulkan.

    orang penang sudah kena main… hi hi bodoh bodoh.

  21. rahman says:

    Hello KJ,

    u have denied and tsu koon have dispelled allegation about the padang tembak land when are u going to sue them.

  22. rahman says:

    new broom sweeps well….. wait after it worn out.

  23. James Joyce says:

    Pak Lah for goodness sake, arrest TDM and his cohorts under ISA. Banish him to Kelantan or the hotel in Kamuntung. Then you can get on with your job. Eventhough its just a majority , you are the elected one – so make it happen.

    You do not need to be sidetracked by that TDM. Remain focused and take him out.

  24. Lim says:

    Hi Pak Lah wherether you are here or not it does not matter, cauze you are basically no longer relevant.
    Dun waiste your time here’lah cauze you are already so old. Time is precious. Go and plan foyour retirement and holiday cauze with 4 years you became PM it is enough 4 you to be financial freedom right? No point ask for more cauze the $$$ and material you enjoy now will not follow you suite to your grave. Enough means enough’lah.

  25. Lim says:

    Aiya too bad for KJ the SIL, still so young. Lost his career what he gonna do. Sit at home doing nothing? No worry, SIL $$$ is more then Pak Lah cauze he still have loger life spend, compare to Pak Lah right?

  26. hutchrun says:

    PM only dares to attack those hindraf fellows, but loses his gonads to take on TDM:
    Mahathir calls for rebellion in Malaysia
    http://story.malaysiasun.com/index.php/ct/9/cid/303b19022816233b/id/343798/cs/1/

  27. wits0 says:

    The PM is here – but for who?

    The Bn/Umno system of governance only boldly exacerbate the tendency of conventional societies towards the selectiveness in favour of class. It takes away from those who have less and give to those who already have excess – totally contrary to the ethos of the Tao, for example.

  28. Yi Gan says:

    ABB … zzz … please wakeup.
    I may not like you.
    You are quite useless,
    You talked one thing and do another, you lied……
    But at least you are not wicked.
    Sincerely I believe that, not sure if others feel the same.

    ABB … zzz … please wakeup. – my 2nd call !
    You are the elected PM. No one can dispute that.
    Why do you let TDM and little the Napoleons to run loose.
    UMNO lost ground because UMNO failed to recognize the change in ppl’s heart.
    You were just doing the way your predecessors and others have done.
    Continue cronism, corruption, play racism, abuse, lavish spending .. etc
    So why singled you out as the sole responsible.
    In fact entire UMNO, including TDM and the Napoleons are worst.

    ABB … zzz … please wakeup. – my 3rd call !
    You are the elected PM.
    How can you tolerate this.
    Go ahead bang the table. And do DAMAGE Control.
    Arrest the Wicked Old Man and the Napoleons.
    ISA is warrant when the country is threatened.

    ABB … zzz … Are you still sleeping

  29. Alexander says:

    This morning. Pak Lah teaching Guan Eng to speak properly. Berhati hati apabila membuat sesuatu kenyataan.

    Adoi, like grandfather crab teaching grandson how to walk straight. Guan Eng is definitely not his grandson

  30. wits0 says:

    “Guan Eng is definitely not his grandson”

    And we’re not his sons. I never refer to him as “Pak” but as Bad awi. Can’t afford that honorary accordance to him.

  31. Alexander says:

    Good one. Friend, not to worry. Let me do a recap

    When Bad awi says no no, I am not getting married, then he will do it
    When Bad awi says no no, parliment won’t be dissolve tomorow, then he will do it
    When Bad awi says no no , I am not resigning. Then we should know the answer

  32. Alexander says:

    The new Penang race course …..zzz….zzz….z…zzzzzzzzzzz
    The PGCC ………zz…….zz.zzzz….zzzz
    The Malaysia economy ………zz……zzzz…..zzzz…zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
    Rakyat Malaysia sekarang ………zzz…….zzz………zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
    Because the leaders are .zzzzzzzzzzzz………zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    Make sure the five states dun ……..zzzzzzzzz……zzzzzzz.zzzzzzzzzzzzzz
    Come on, lets execute the change, excel and regain uuummmmmmppppphhhhh

    To me, we only need ONE change

  33. Zizu says:

    UMNOputras dont listen to Mahathir anymore.

    You know why?

    Because he cant give them alibabe projects or free land or sleeping directorships or cheap bumi issue shares.

    So he can shout and scream about saving the malays, saving malaysia, whatever.

    But no UMNOputras will listen to him.

    Because, just in case Mahathir forgot- UMNOputras dont care about the malays or malaysia.

    They just care about their own pockets. And Mahathir cant fill them.

    So bye bye Dr M. No one can hear you anymore.

  34. The Computer Gang says:

    Nowadays (Still remenber – Due to one home one computer program)

    3 years old boy starts to use Windows XP computer
    8 Years old excels in computer www.
    18 Yeas old are doing forum and online studies and entertaiment (VCD free)

    The government spents xxxx billions in IT, ada e-government, e-this, e-that and cyberjaya bla bla bla. But never care or dun know how to deploy cyber campaigning for whatsoever reasons.

    All invested public monies gone into the drains man. Sleeping

  35. Lim says:

    Interesting news! MalaysiaKini today’s news talk about Nagib Altantuya continue to support hearthartedly at bodohwi side as PM. I think N.Altantuya must be in deep pain for his ball to be squeeze so tidely. Sad for him…

  36. Lim says:

    Even his smile is so sour like the mother just passed away. Pathetic… pathetic… smile

  37. Liberty, Equality, Fraternity says:

    I agree with Lallang Exile and others who suggest to Pak Lah to use the law to teach old M who is the boss; hwo is runningnthe country; and who is the PM. Pak Lah, you are the leader of this country. Show you are indeed the leader. Traitors and criminials like old M should be put in their place. What you can do now is charge him for the numerous crimes he has committed and let him have a taste of his medicine. Norally I would respect a person’s right to his view point, but this chap … this man .. he is no good for the country. Put his claptrap behind bars and see how great he is then.

  38. Lim says:

    Hi Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, what Pak Lah can show his tiger stripes is just to further detain the HINDRAF fellow. Other then that, those are beyong his achievement. To fight Mahaldeal??? I don’t think so. BTW he and his SIL is no better the Mahaldeal too.

  39. kesava says:

    Tomorrow, 4th April, Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah is having his gathering in Gua Musang.. All the best to Ku Li. But again there is not enough grassroots support for Ku Li in UMNO. The folks at today’s meeting said that UMNO (and most other Malays) are also wary of choosing a leader from Kelantan. The Kelantanese are seen as clannish and are perceived as only looking out for fellow Kelantanese. This is a label that the Kelantanese not only have not outgrown yet but they still seem proud to wear.

    Najib is definitely not seen as a national leader. And Najib is still suffering serious diarrhoea. One wonders if Najib will resign before Badawi. So there is now no capable leader in UMNO who can lead the party. Tun Dr Mahathir has said that the party should follow procedure in choosing a leader. Considering the mess that he has left behind in UMNO, this is easier said than done. UMNO has been hijacked by the racist, religion crazy homos, lesbians and thieves.
    http://www.malaysia-today.net/2008/content/view/5447/1/

  40. Silent Majority Observer says:

    My dear PM, here’s one way to solve your problem:

    1. Unconditional release of the 5 Hindraf immediately. (not by asking Samy to request about it as we, the rakyat also know how to use this trick too.)
    2. Announce using ISA on all including umno for any further street demo.
    3. Peacefully support the Pakatan Rakyat and look see on the situation.
    4. Be more alert and try not to fall asleep too often.
    5. Ask Mahathir to shut up!

    Do it now and maybe you can regain some respect back.

  41. EddieTheHead says:

    “… ‘There are many who do not know they are fascists but will find it out when the time comes.’…”

    For Whom The Bell Tolls (E. Hemingway)

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  46. freewave says:

    Let Tun Mahathir be the PM.

  47. rhonz58 says:

    eloW nEw laNg Poh Here In wOrdpRess…….

  48. Justice says:

    I know it would be totally impossible but I have to ease my thoughts having lingering on for sometime now. The Greatest Malaysia ever will be with Anwar Ibrahim as our PM and Tun M or similar as his Deputy.

  49. Obi Wan Kentucky says:

    Pak Lah said that UMNO’s members sabotage acts caused the losses it suffered last election?

    Still think its not your fault, eh Pak Lah? So we’re to be blamed now? When asked to explain the REASON members would do so, he REFUSED to comment…

    Tsk tsk tsk…

    Commenting on Anwar, he said the man can continue to wait, as Pak Lah declares that he’s THE PRIME MINISTER. Pak Lah, kita semua ni manusia yang kerdil di mata Tuhan yang maha kuasa, dan jangan sekali-sekali kau melaungkan riak dan mendukungi sombong dan bongkak!

    A leader who still doesn’t fathom the concept of responsibility in failure, is an irresponsible failure himself…

  50. 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.

  51. Я тоже также думал, пока не прочитал несколько подобных статей по этой же теме.

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