He says the defections are real. BN will fall. The date: September 16. By which time, we are supposed to have a new federal government.

Anwar also says he is ready to contest in a by-election, so he can enter Parliament. He’s prepared as long as someone is prepared to give up his seat? 

The question is, who?

 

 

90 responses »

  1. caravanserai says:

    September 16
    The frogs jump out for joy
    The magic in their eyes
    The glittering light
    They never fail to cry

    Enough of squatting in the pond
    Croaking all the rainy season too
    Believing something is good for the country
    Forget about ethics
    Country is the most important goal

    I doubt the voters mind
    With cost of living shooting high
    Who wants to talk about ethics?
    These people must be fools
    When they see their money swallowed up
    At least 81% of their salaries………

    My take
    Anwar will make it on 8/8/08
    It is the number game isn’t it?
    Prosperity through the nation
    The frogs jump high
    The glorious sound of joy

    In the country
    And her people
    It has to happen
    Enough of the lies

  2. Allen Tan says:

    When Anwar announces taking over govt, before the king could sign, Abdullah will ask the king to sign dissoving of parliament. Let’s have the 13th GE. So excited. We’ll see BN utterly collapse this round.

  3. Muda says:

    Will 16th Sept be a date where dreams become reality as in Cinderella or a nightmare worst than Elm Street .

  4. xy says:

    i took the liberty to hv a brief calculation on the man-in-waiting, on the cosmic forces at the time of his birth and mapping that into this year’s cosmic orientation, it doesn’t look too encouraging, especially from July 22 to Sept 21.

    it will be a frustrating environment, just like damp heat environment after a shower followed by strong sun light.

    time will tell.

  5. xy says:

    secret of the heaven is not to be revealed. sorry i can’t elaborate further.

    hv a great day and hv fun.

  6. donplaypuks says:

    Many m’sians may have forgotten that 16th september (1963) was the actual date on which Malaysia was officially formed. This historic occassion is now celebrated on 31st August to bring it in line with Independence Day.

    So, there may be a double reason for us to celebrate 16th September!

  7. to be honest,

    i’m not a big fan of crossing over of MPs.. It won’t be smooth nor it will be clean.. If ever Anwar is the best PM to be for Malaysia, let rakyat decide it in 13th GE and not a certain group of MPs which their sincerity is highly questionable.. why must you rush into things anwar?

    Que sera sera…

  8. bapak ruzaimi says:

    ruzaimi, jgn cakap besar

  9. RealGunners says:

    i felt the same as ruzaimi.. until when pak lah decides to surprise us with shock fuel hikes.. now i fear that if we are to wait till the 13th GE, we might die of hunger b4 that date comes…

    the economic growth is great, but please ubah gaya hidup…

  10. Hope says:

    “Actions speak louder than words” Again, after a deep reflection of the abuses of BN Government, is that not enough to make you sick? I have Anwar anytime!

  11. gooeyglobs says:

    Consider the following points.

    1. The longer Badawi stays as PM, we Malaysians will suffer more. He is busy trying to save his position. Where does he have time to look after the country and economy? This does not seem to be his priority anymore.

    2. PR is happy that he stays because Badawi will go down in Malaysian history to be the PM who leads Umno and Barisan into extinction.

    3. When PR takes over the Federal Govt. it will be in such a mess that it will take years to clean up.

    4. Unless we are willing to accept Badawi to be the PM, then we must learn to accept his lies because he his decision will be influenced the very next minute.

    5. To ask Malaysians to change the lifestyle is an insult because how many Malaysians are using the tax payers money for their spending spree?

    6. Many households are spending money on water filters because the water we have to pay for is unfit for drinking yet Indah Water makes demand for payment for what we drain into the sewage. Is Indah Water providing the service as it should?

    7. The population of cars keeps increasing and so is toll.

    8. Fuel prices had gone up unbelievably and like it or not the consumers goods will follow. For how long can the manufacturers bear the cost?

    9. Soon businesses will close and people are out of jobs and crimes will rise.

    10. We pay taxes and get kick in our arses.

    So we are the stupid Malaysians who are hooked by the nose and being led like a kerbau in the paddy field. Correction. We are the law abiding citizens who pay all kind of taxes and are left like the kerbaus running aimlessly in the paddy field.

  12. bogieman says:

    ruzaimi ramza Says:

    to be honest,

    i’m not a big fan of crossing over of MPs.. It won’t be smooth nor it will be clean.. If ever Anwar is the best PM to be for Malaysia, let rakyat decide it in 13th GE and not a certain group of MPs which their sincerity is highly questionable.. why must you rush into things anwar?

    By the time we wait for 13th GE, I wonder what is left of this country after another 4-5 years of resource raping. I am not in favor of party hooping as well, and it is definitely going to be messy, that is for sure, and this time more reports of missing government files, or abuse of funds etc will crop up and much more … but if this round of hooping is for the good of the nation and rakyat, than I say go for it.

    save the cheerleader, save Malaysia!

  13. Dr Adrian says:

    Malaysia really need a Government that ‘DO NOT PRACTICE RACIAL DISCRIMINATION AGAINST Ethnic Indians, Chinese & all non-Malays.
    Umno policy of pitting the malays vs non-malays with their racist
    bumi vs non-bumis policy is destroying national unity.
    Families have been torn apart with non malays leaving country to work overseas ,migrating and leaving their loved ones & friends in Malaysia.
    The talented, intelligent & resourceful are snapped up by other countries .
    Why does Umno want to destroy the Unity of all the races ?
    Its time for a New Government that will really unite the people with a policy that is fair to all Malaysians & not for Umno & its cronies only!

  14. flyer168 says:

    Dear Susan,

    Stop all the CORRUPTION, Petronas WASTAGES, BN EXCESSES, KETETUANAN issues, LIES, etc cos WE ARE ALL IN THIS BLOODY SINKING SHIP TOGETHER !!!!

    Let us ALL stop pretending & do something…find solutions as we are ALL sinking fast !

    A Revolt is Brewing…….& 18th September might be too late !

  15. youdon'tlikeAnwar? says:

    Can Chin Peng be cloned? His objective and determination may be very relevant today!

  16. bamboo river says:

    Previously I had commented that Tan Sri Khalid will step aside for Anwar to contest on a Parliament seat.
    However, after studying the current scenario, me think only one person (with respect of his capabilities, no offence to him) Loh Gwo Burne will step aside this time.
    Just hope the history of Semangat 46 does not repeat.

  17. hutchrun says:

    I too think that Loh Burne seems the most likely to vacate his seat to allow a by-election.
    On the other hand, Anwar will probably await the outcome of the hearing election petition against Rafidah Aziz, which would make him contesting in Kuala Kangsar (as he has indicated earlier).

  18. sklee says:

    So near yet so far.Perhaps it is wiser to wait a few more septembers.The timing is just not right!With a global recession looming, how can the many promises of PAKATAN be fulfilled.Let the people decide and not the MPs!

  19. hutchrun says:

    Billy Vaughn: Come September

  20. hutchrun says:

    sklee,

    Instead of promises being fulfilled perhaps Pakatan emphasis would be more on BN damage control which in turn could lead promises to be fulfilled. In any event no Pakatan promise can be fulfilled as long as BN leads the Federal Govt.
    BN will continue to hamstring the pakatan states every which way they can. Today Syabas says there won`t be any water rates reduction in S`gor.
    The only way is to get BN out, possibly send a few of their strong men into prison for long terms and only then can the country rise again.
    At least that`s what many seem to be saying now.

  21. What is Anwar going to do when the oil fields are dried up?
    If Anwar is still (impossible) the P.M. then ? Malaysians going to pay for market price, there will be chaos, protest ( over what ) ? Can Anwar perform a miracle and make the dried up oil fields running with oil again ?
    Come on and face reality Malaysians !!!

  22. clearwater says:

    Is it important ‘who’? We only care ‘when’? Let the battle begin, the sooner the better. The adversary is in disarray, Sun Tzu would advocate to strike now! The people are angry; whether justifiable or not, their anger should be harnessed for change. For a new dawn in Malaysia.

  23. hutchrun says:

    It is three months to the day of the March 8 General Election. As if the elections never really ended, the people came in campaign-season droves to a football field in Taman Keramat, Hulu Kelang, jamming the residential grids. In the mathematically rigorous method of casting my eye across the dimly lit field fringed by food stalls, I estimated a turnout of 6,000 to 7,000.

    Freshmen PKR MPs and state assemblyman, like Nurul Izzah, Loh Gwo Burne and Elizabeth Wong, sit backstage, the latter two emboldened by their own newly-anointed status to take their own photos of the ceramah beyond the security cordon around the stage bedecked by PKR and PAS flags.

    By the time I take my place at the front of the crowd, Saari Sungip had already given way to Azmin to speak. The issues raised are not new, but the oil price hike has given more intensity to the bite in the speeches. The ceramah becomes a clearinghouse for information, as interpreted by PKR, seasoned by salty snipes that delight the crowd and morale-raising promises. Assuming that not everyone has access to the same rumours and information online, the speakers make revelations that drew Ooohs of shock and uproar from the crowd.

    Like the RM10 million that each MP in Sabah received over the previous week, according to Azmin, which he links to the prime minister’s frequent trips to East Malaysia.

    http://themalaysianinsider.com/mni/pkr-rally-%E2%80%94-like-the-elections-haven-t-ended.html

  24. David says:

    After all the suffering we’ve been thru, I still can’t believe that there are still alot of malaysians with “pea brain” around.
    They still really don’t know what truth and reality is.
    I can’t blame those who are related to the BN component party because they’re the BN dogs but why are those who gets nothing from the BN still support the present goverment selfish act.
    No wonder Malaysia is so low standard as compared with some countries.
    We can’t even compare ourself with Singapore.
    An island so tiny and without any resources but so successful right until now.
    What’s so great about us when we have plentiful of resources but didn’t know how to manage them properly.
    What our present government knows is only to lie, corrupt and ruin the country’s future.
    BN goons have nothing to fear as anytime from now, they can just grab all their “shares” and settle in another country.
    The ordinary rakyat are the one who is gonna suffer.
    Our hope only lies on Anwar and let us all do our very best to turn things around.
    We need PR and PR needs us badly.

  25. Anonymous says:

    Whenever I sees the thick skinned sleepy head on my TV screen, I felt like punching him right on the nose.
    He wanted to act innocent and good at certain times but did’nt know how to do it.
    What’s more can you do, Pak Lah!
    Join the acting academy first before you show your old freckle face on my TV screen the next time.

  26. Mirage says:

    Remove this deadly cancer, throw out that rotten tyranny, right now, don’t wait any longer!!!

    It is the right time that this grossly rotten, corrupt and incompetent flip flop tyranny that remove the fuel subsidies & increase the electricity tariffs should also be removed… & to accomplish this, all & whoever, MPs from both BN or Pakatan Rakyat, it is your call now and as all the people of Malaysia are firmly behind you to remove this rot. Cannot imagine that a nett producer & nett exporter of Crude Oil has to do this, look at Brunei, Saudi Arabia and many other crude oil nett exporters, there are no increases of prices of Petrol & Diesel at their pumps as both & all are nett producers and nett exporters of Crude Oil and they are now enjoying a boost to their state coffers & economies with a whopping windfall in oil prices of the current US$139/- per barrel that earned them huge foreign exchange reserves from their Crude Oil exports. But in Malaysia the reverse is true as there is no boost to the economy, but only sadness prevailed because the foreign exchange reserves from Crude Oil nett exports earned are poorly managed or badly mis-managed and no one knows where all the profits over the years had gone and we are saying a (large chunk of) the 700 or more Billions earned had disappeared and there is no accountability by the tyranny power that be. All Malaysians including those unborn ones have been betrayed by this cancer who has caused all these serious crimes, anarchies, chaos and inflations beyond comprehensions owing to the greed by this cancerous corrupted power hungry Moron who intended to stick to power beyond his welcome!!!

  27. Mirage says:

    What are the oil subsidies??? This is a hoax story to hoodwink the general public on the believe that there are the purported subsidies. There are no subsidies only a hoax to cheat the masses. Every crude oil producing countries allocate a percentage their production for domestic consumption and the balance for export to earn foreign exchange. What is this nett producer & nett exporter of crude oil talking of subsidies??? Look at Brunei & Saudi Arabia and the many more crude oil exporting countries do, both and all are nett producers & nett exporters of crude oil, there are no changes in the prices at their pumps for both petrol and diesel despite the whopping Crude Oil prices now reaching US$139/- per barrel, they are all enjoying boom and boost to their State Coffers with the greatest windfall of all times with record foreign reserves’ balances and also a boost to their economies, so why are we seeing the reverse in Malaysia??? There is obviously mismanagement of the funds from the power that be. Where are the windfall profits for Petronas gone to from the nett exports after being handed over to the Government??? A royal commission should be formed to investigate where have all the windfall profits/funds earned from the crude oil exports had gone to???

  28. hutchrun says:

    Last january, the idiot`s eatery closed after about 4 months:

    Red Alert, floods (17 deaths) and currying favour for
    ‘A meal fit for princess’ at Nasi Kandar Perth
    http://www.jeffooi.com/2007/01/red_alert_floods_and_currying.php

  29. hutchrun says:

    Now:

    Is there conflict of interest in halal corporation?

    Malaysia’s plan to develop internation Halal certification and halal food industrial parks, is raising a web of sinister conflicts. The newly-formed Halal Industry Development Corp or HDC is under the auspices of the Prime Minister’s office, although ownership of the company is unclear. HDC even processes foreign direct investment (FDI) for the halal sector, a role designed for the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Miti).

    HDC, and its links to Badawi’s family, got a lot closer when HDC signed up with Tamadam Bonded Warehouse, a company which is being taken over by the PM’s brother Ibrahim to develop halal parks.

    http://rockybru.blogspot.com/2008/05/malaysias-halal-connection-badawi-and.html

  30. hutchrun says:

    Now:

    Is there conflict of interest in halal corporation?

    Malaysia’s plan to develop internation Halal certification and halal food industrial parks, is raising a web of sinister conflicts. The newly-formed Halal Industry Development Corp or HDC is under the auspices of the Prime Minister’s office, although ownership of the company is unclear. HDC even processes foreign direct investment (FDI) for the halal sector, a role designed for the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Miti).

    HDC, and its links to Badawi’s family, got a lot closer when HDC signed up with Tamadam Bonded Warehouse, a company which is being taken over by the PM’s brother Ibrahim to develop halal parks.

    rockybru.blogspot.com/2008/05/malaysias-halal-connection-badawi-and.html

  31. Harrison says:

    If Anwar really can do it (by inspiring 30 or more MPs from BN to crossover),
    would he still be dallying about bragging off events that fails to transpire?

    Or was Pak Lah committed political “hara-kiri” for Anwar to snake his way into office?

  32. hutchrun says:

    I must agree that anwar`s playing a nice strategic game giving these UMNO wallahs sleepless nights. The last time made such an announcement was before Badawi went to Sabah. And that didn`t turn out too well.
    Now Anwar applies the pressure befgore Clown No.1 goes to sarawak. there too he`ll make some conessions which will weaken him further.
    Anwar can wait, but the Big Ears Dumbo can`t. day by day he gets eroded.
    Das ist goot.

  33. Andrew says:

    Anwar is already PM all but in name. No one can make the BN clowns stand up to attention faster than he can. To all his detractors, I say he might be a fallen star, but he’s the only star we’ve got.

  34. ray111 says:

    have anybody ever wonder if the crossover happen and the fall of Bn, will there be a state of emergency in malaysia? I am sure there will be chaos as umno members will definitely go to the streets and demonstrate and we are going to suffer even further! btw for a by election to be held the incumbant mp must be in office for six months which means the earlierst DSAI can contest is Sept and i think most probably it will be bandar Tun Razak, Tan Sri khalid seat.

  35. bamboo river says:

    With the increase of everything, everyone on the street is harping on when Anwar is going to make his moves.
    As the PM and DPM is putting up a straight face in the MSM, I can concur Anwar has already made his move earlier than we thought.
    All this announcement by Anwar is just to see if the other side of UMno team will make a move.

    Most probably PM is already waiting the signal from Anwar to vacate wherelse the DPM is clinging to the chair hoping some miracles to happen.

    Can we see the changes?
    MCA is going all out to clean their house..Snoop squad .
    Gerakan is already downshifting ..KSK stepping down from state chief.
    MIC is turning around and looking for directions. Uncle Samy is silent.
    PPP already living in peace ,Kaveas must have back to his law business.
    Anwar laid out the flyers and telling them, clean your house before I pay you a visit?

    Will there be another coalition parties or only one party when Anwar takes over the pilot sit.
    How about PAS and DAP ?
    Already made a pact before GE 12 and just wait for the moment to move in or the foundation is already being laid ?
    Many questions and lots of speculations.

    Why is PAkatan Rakyat very mild in protesting the increase of petrol and fuel?
    Recalled the Keadilan protesting hike in fuel in KLCC ?

    Something is going on and the political parties knew beforehand the positive advancement in the political scene .
    This is the year of RAT and I felt the rats are scurying out of the sinking ship.
    The RAT is the first animal in the chinese zodiac and this means the beginning of the cycle.Then if Anwar takes over by then we and the new gomen will start working hard like the OX to start a new beginning next year.

    I am having ‘price increase hangover’. Forgive me if I am blabbering .🙂

  36. Eric says:

    If really happen 13th GE this year, I really hope Sabahan and Sarawakian won’t vote BN anymore…….

  37. ali b .talib says:

    will we be seing culprits to be charged and glutted courts after new govt is formed?????

  38. harimau akar says:

    just do it Anwar, the sooner the better,, its been 50 years,, let see some change at least,a brand new,logic thinking goverment, and maybe switch back to BN if he sux even more?? well who knows wat in Anwar head..anyway,,,,CHANGE,,for once!!50 freaking years,,same old BN,,same old BS,,wayang kulit,,white elephant,,ISA,,watever bullcrap..

  39. xy says:

    2008 is called the 戊子 (wu zi) Year under the Chinese Calendar.

    Wu Zi year is a year with Strong Fire, help further by Dryness element.

    What this means is that emotions will be high and most people will be affected by their hearts.

    With Strong Fire also means dynamic and volatile changes, with a characteristic “sudden death” phenomenon, be it epidemics, volcano eruptions or shattering events of human deeds etc.

    In nature, we will see disasters of the earth, water, heat and wind.

    fasten your seat-belt

  40. Harrison says:

    “will we be seing culprits to be charged and glutted courts after new govt is formed?????”

    That’s the biggest contention for the cross-over that really, really matters. Do the “clean rakyats” receive the shady characters of the defected (BN)MPs who of course will seek total immunity from Anwar in a written accord that no investigations to be initiated against them and their families.

    Personally, I can’t be that forgivable than the many who are that willing…..

  41. Harrison says:

    Do the “clean rakyats”…

    Sorry, should read : Will the “clean-rakyats” receive/accept

  42. Eric says:

    I also think the Sabahan and Sarawakian who voted for BN must learn…..even if Anwar form new gov in Sept, what if East Malaysia votes BN again in next election and we are back to square one again.

  43. 2cents says:

    can’t wait for Heroes season 4 to start soon…me so excited

  44. flyer168 says:

    I agree with you xy, this is the 2008 wu zi year.

    Let us ALL stop pretending & do something…
    Stop all the CORRUPTION, Petronas WASTAGES, BN EXCESSES, KETETUANAN issues & MORE LIES !!!!

    The way the BN government is handling the situation they seem to want to punish the rayaat even more…now we see why DPM is in UK…Revolt is Brewing…..& 18th September might be too late !

    Yes we all have to start fastening our sealbelts !

  45. MATSMAT says:

    Let’s give the opportunity of new Pakatan Rakyat to administer our country in order to solve all currents problems or reduce the burden of Rakyat jelata livings which can’t be resolved by the present Govt.!

  46. darcwil says:

    So easy… Anwar’s pakatan anak beranak already in parliament… Surely they both can sacrifice their posts for him.

  47. izzatdin says:

    can they do what they promised? or..

  48. edward says:

    Hi Susan,

    Thanks for the video and the creative touch in the title song. Thoroughly enjoyed it as it reminded me of my childhood days. They dont write songs like this anymore.

    Thank you too for fighting for justice for the late Altantuya.

    As for Anwar I will just say that he is a real fighter and I wish him all the best in his political aspirations for our country. Now back to listening to that wonderful song again!

  49. ktemoc says:

    When AI was just a little boy
    He asked his mother, what will he be
    Will he be powerful, will he be rich
    Here’s what she said to him

    Que Sera, Sera,
    But look around for froggie
    The future’s not ours to see
    Que Sera, Sera
    But it helps with thirty

    When he was young, he fell in love
    He asked his sweetheart what lies ahead
    Will we have rainbows, day after day
    Here’s what my sweetheart said

    Que Sera, Sera,
    What blue froggies you see
    Don’t ever let froggies be
    Que Sera, Sera
    They sure like money

    Now he has children of his own
    They ask him what will they be
    Will they be pretty, will they be rich
    He tells them tenderly

    Que Sera, Sera,
    The power lies in reformasi
    Ka ka ka ka ka do you see
    Que Sera, Sera
    Hop along to deformasi

  50. Ahila says:

    BN is utterly in bad shape – rakyats uproar is deafening! As a Malaysian, I look forward for truly capable ,trustworthy and fair PM and Ministers to run this lovely country. Let the UMNO led gov BE GONE with the wind. May the New gov in waiting produce unbias and fruitful action rather than delivering mere words to convince us. May GOD have mercy on Malaysians and deliver us with God fearing leaders.If Anwar is ready to be such a leader….my vote is yours !
    If Sept 16th..is happening; ViVa Malaysia !

  51. Harrison says:

    Que Sera, Sera,
    The power lies in reformasi
    Ka ka ka ka ka do you see
    Que Sera, Sera
    Hop along to deformasi

    Hahahahahhahahahaha.

  52. wits0 says:

    Harrison, KT’s discomfit and unease will surely enhance your (our)satisfaction.

  53. Harrison says:

    Dear Wits0,

    Haha. Trust me a little my friend as I am beginning to believe Ktemoc’s staunch “Anwar-bashing” since Anwar keeps harping on the 30 “froggies” issues and did someone mentioned that Wan Azizah even invited Dr. Mahahtir to join Anwar? Can that be substantiated?

    Remember when Ktemoc mentioned by voting Anwar, it’s tantamount to voting UMNO which even prompted YB Elizabeth Wong to negate Ktemoc’c speculation? Hah. Maybe Ktemoc has a point after all.

    In this Boleh Land, I hate knowing everything…..

  54. dmeping says:

    Face the reality – will the next person who keen on becoming pm will make a difference? Do anyone remember what was his propaganda before he came out with the PKR thing? I’m not a pro-BN nor pro-opposition. No doubt I too am damn unhappy with the current govt. I just hope people don’t let their anger blind their senses.

  55. bungkak says:

    What’s delaying PFI guidelines?

    4 ) Private Financial Initiatives, PARLIAMENT

    As early as March 2006, during the launch of the 9th Malaysia Plan (9MP), the Government announced that it was fully committed to pro-growth and anticyclical economic policy, and that it had allocated RM220 billion — including RM20 billion for projects under Private Financial Initiatives (PFI) — to be spent in the Plan period.

    Till today, over 16 months later, the government has yet to announce detailed guidelines for the PFI mechanism. Why?

  56. Billau Chris says:

    I have been stunned by the 41% increase in the price of gasoline and have been taken ill for the past few days because of the heightened blood pressure the whopping increase has caused me.

    It is big big mistake to torture or rather punish the rakyat this way for not supporting the BN at the last election. What you did just now was most unforgivable!

    And to shed a bit of crocodile’s tears, the UMNO leadership is trying to justify the increase by telling the rakyat that the Government is now embarking on an austerity drive by cutting down on overseas trips, less functions at the local hotels, introducing cash rebates for owners of cars below 2000 cc etc in a pathetic effort in trying to save a miserable RM2 Billion to stablie food prices ! For the first time in many years, the Govt. is trying to urge the public to lead by example by being more frugal in our expenditure, what a sham!

    They allowed the big boys to increase the oil price but they are not allowing others – the small businessmen in the streets -to increase their food prices. Nor are they prepared to contol the transport operators from increasing their freights charges and fares.

    I cannot believe that the Govt cannot do anything to reduce and or control the price of gasoline and diesel for the benefit of the people of Malaysia. Who owns Petronas by the way?
    Why is the Govt not taking any positive action to stop Petronas from making the billions? I just learn that the price of petrol/litre in Venezuela is between 15-20 cents. Let it be known that we are not benefitting much from Petronas.

    Instead the UMNO leaders are trying to compare us with Singapore and some of our neighbouring countries that do not produce oil.

    They tried to distract us by referring us to the last year profit of RM40 billion made by Exxon/Mobil. Petronas President reported that since inception, Petronas contributed about RM350 billion to the Govt. Can some guys in Petronas care to tell the public over what period of time? Can someone also tell the nation where has all the previous years’ profits gone to?
    Why are you guys up there continue to be so uptight and taciturn about your company’s operating profits?

    I still maintain that if Petronas is run by the Govt. or responsible people , we can control the price of petrol to below RM1/- per litre. For heaven sake, you guys have not been too tansparent and have been diverting the national profits into too many pockets under the NEP. No wonder those concerned want to perpetuate the NEP shamelessly.

    Now the proposition to have Annuar as the PM. Why not? We hve nothing to lose. I am sure we can right numerous wrongs that the BN Govt have committed over the last 50 years.

    If the day ever comes I shall like to volunteer my service in the national oil corporation to ensure that its resourses are being enjoyed by all the citizens of Malaysia.

    Give us a break man, UMNOputras. If you continue to do what you had been doing, we will have no compunction but to throw you out the next round, if not sooner.

  57. tamade says:

    To Najib Manaukau, there are many countries with high GDP and yet they don’t have any oil fields. Anwar just need to retrieve all the ill gotten wealth (both locally or from off-shore) from all the corrupted Guomen leaders and the public Servants (from the time NEP implemented till now), the Rakyat will have enough monies to spare for at least ten years. Do you know how much wealth Marcos Ferdinand of Phillipnies put in overseas? Like wise, if you sum up all the ill-gotten wealth of the big sharks in Bolehland, it can be 50-100 times more than Marcos (kindly check the Morgan Stanley Report on corruption and mis-management of Rakyat’s monies under the decoy of NEP). Of course, this cleaning process will take some time and Anwar must have strong rejuvenating cards in hand to kick off with the new Malaysian Agenda. Well, he must have planned all these in the Sg. Buluh Prison, may be a blessing in disguise to him and to the Rakyat.

    By the way, if you have leaders who are clean and with integrity, plus a Guomen which is accountable and efficient, Bolehland will see bright future. But if the rotten one is still in-charge, the next generation of Bolehland is doomed.

  58. ANg Kong says:

    september? i doubt it.

  59. Que Sera Sera,
    Is it OK to have some doubt on Anwar Ibrahim?
    Can PR die-hard supporters accept that not all Malaysians trust AI?

    As for myself, all candidates for PM is highly doubted until proven otherwise.

    http://www.ruzaimiramza.wordpress.com

  60. real gunners and bogieman,

    thanks for such thoughtful response to my comment, honestly the only thing that we should promote in Malaysia is a healthy discussion and not party hopping. Anyway, i respect any of you guys views and opinions.

    to bapak ruzaimi,

    i found it disturbing u use ‘bapak ruzaimi’ as your nick, i know it’s not intended to or maybe a coincidence however i just lost my beloved dad and i did take that a lil bit personally, sorry but if you could come out with a better response, i might not be this emotional. After all, i’m sure your dad gave u the most suitable, the best name to you right, why not be proud of it?

  61. Andrew says:

    To Harrison, come on. Wan Azizah invited Mahathir to join PKR . We can imagine several scenarios:

    1. The scene from the film ‘Omen’ when they try to take Damien to church to be baptised.

    2. Bathing a cat.

    3. Monyet kena belacan.

    Get the picture?

  62. Eric says:

    Hi ruzaimi – i suggest Lim Kit Siang to be PM…surely he will do a good job….like father like son, look at LGE….forget about race…we are all Malaysians…..

  63. hutchrun says:

    Mahathir damned – again:

    Chin said the other was the judgement handed down on Feb 13 1997 in respect of an election petition (Donald Lawan v Abang Wahed bin Abang & Ors [Sri Aman High Court]) by which he set aside the election of Mong Dagang.

    “Shortly after those two judgements, the Judges Conference was held from April 24 1997.

    The then prime minister was scheduled to have a dialogue with the judges on that date. What was termed a dialogue and later reported as one was anything but a dialogue.

    “The then prime minister went there to issue a thinly veiled threat to remove judges by referring to the tribunal that was set up before and stating that though it may be difficult to do so, it was still done. He said all that after he had expressed his unhappiness with what he termed ‘the Borneo Case’ and after he had asked whether the judge who decided that case was present or not.”

    Chin said no one had any doubt that he was referring to the election case though he (then prime minister) did not mention it specifically which he decided on Feb 13, 1997.

    Added the High Court judge: “After he was done with issuing that threat, he then proceeded to express his view that people should pay heavily for libel.

    “He managed to get a single response from a Court of Appeal judge who asked whether he would be happy with a sum of RM1 million as damages for libel.

    “He approved of it and he later on made known his satisfaction by promoting this judge (since deceased) to the Federal Court over many others who were senior to him when a vacancy arose.

    http://www.theborneopost.com/?p=36672

  64. TCJ says:

    ‘The then prime minister was scheduled to talk but he did not turn up and instead sent his then deputy who instead of talking invited questions and the one question I remembered being asked was — Are politicians looking for girls when they are often seen loitering at posh hotel lobbies?’

    Anwar, could you spare us all having to endure the lies that are sure to follow from your ex-boss and just tell us the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, please?

    http://harismibrahim.wordpress.com/2008/06/10/dsai-you-want-to-spill-the-rest-of-the-beans/

  65. Philip Lau says:

    Hi Suzan,

    ANWAR TO BECOME PM 16TH SEPTEMBER 2008

    1. Is it possible, its only THREE MONTHS and SIX DAYS. I would say it is not impossible, if there is a will and way. UMNO and BN are very well aware of this and theyb are taking this matter very seriously. Most of the underhand work are being carried out by the Deputy PM.

    2. It would be wiser, prudent and practical for one of the Members of Parliament of his own party to RETIRE to have a BYE ELECTION before 16th September 2008. I feel strongly that since the Commissioner for Elections is under the control of the PM, who may not call for such bye-election. Again there may be DIRTY TRICKS AS EXPECTED.

    3. This is the prerogative of the Government Whoever resigns Anwar MUST ASCERTAIN THAT he can have either a walk-over which is highly unlikely. Anwar MUST get a good constitutency for this purpose. I expect there will be EXTREMELY HIGH VOTE BUYING. as this is matter of life and death for BN especially, UMNO fighting and struggling for their lives.

    4. Now the quesation I hope Anwar will have a team of capable cabinet ministers to take over from Abdullah, qualities most of all MUST BE INCORRUPTIBLE, HONESTY, CLEAN AND MOST OF ALL INTELLIGENT AND CAPABLE OF assisting Anwar to run the Government. I must say it is not easy at all. I must sure he can learn from their Southen Brothers. If he has a group of FIVE FOUNDERS for a start, is good enough. PAP, started with, Lee Kuan Yew, Dr Toh Chin Chye, Dr Goh Keng Swee, S Rajaratnam and Ong Eng Guan in 1959 when Singapore had harly any money,

    Malaysia, as I stated time and again, should be the RICHEST COUNTRY IN SOUTH EAST ASIA, if you have good, clever, uncorruptible leaders. Your previous PM TDM was the one brought your country as sadly as it is today, but has not reached the stage of ROBERT MUGABE of Zimbawe. As your former PM is known to everyone is a PAKISTANI, most people of the world knows what GEORGE SOROS say of him I do not repeat.

    5. The present FIVE STATES run by Anwar coalition parties now, their activities must be examined, as I am positive the BN are watching every move they are doing. March 2008 to 16th September 2008, only a short period of SIX MONTHS, especially for Penang, Perak and Selangor, they must EXPOSE the corruption, underhand means of their predecessors. It is not easy as they will never obtain the co-operation of the Police, Attorney General and the National Corruption Department.

    6. REPORT OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION IF INQUIRTY: Has it been thrown into the dustbin like all the other recent Reports on the Police. This is a good opportunity for members of the Opossition to dig at the Government. I regret very little had been done. WHAT HAPPEN TO THOSE SIX CROOKS MENTIONED AND INVESTIGATED? Do you expect the AG, the Police and other Govt Departments to assist? HAHAHAHA.

  66. Lallang exile says:

    My New House

    My new house is old.
    In side is cold.
    I step on a cat.
    I see a rat.
    This house is too old

  67. Lallang exile says:

    Guys,

    This gem of a limerick was written by seven year old lady for a school project, She had moved from Taiwan to another part of China.

    I thought it succinctly sums up the sad situation in Malaysia.

    Goodnight!

  68. Sofiearowana says:

    To : Marina Mahathir, it’s all new ball games now isn’t it?

    http://rantingsbymm.blogspot.com/2008/06/we-might-as-well-have-laugh.htm

    While the “Old-Snake-Head” was implicated in another Judge-threat scandal, you can have a good digression time playing with some philanthropic humour.

    Confession by High Court Judge, Justice Ian Chin.

  69. penyokong PR says:

    i am happy if anwar can be the next PM but he needs the
    support of the DAP a party filled with narrow minded
    typical chinaman attitude ( eg refusing to wear songkok when it is only a headgear of the malays). i cant imagine if one of these guys are
    appointed a minister it would be a disaster for the country.
    hopefully YB LKS YB LGE or YB KARPAL can get rid of all these imbecile
    before the create more damage or worst still the very existence
    of Pakatan Rakyat.
    i am a chinese malaysian and i believe the majority of
    chinese malaysian will reject these morons.

    god save our beloved country.

  70. tamade says:

    Looks like the clowns in Bolehland’s most corrupt party are becoming more restless as they are plotting the downfall of the present PM asap by creating more and more troubles for him, poor AAB. The recent statement made by the former fisherman and farmer minister that APs will be extended for another 10-20 years is the best sign of his mutiny. I am not sure how clean he is but the fisherman corps must have chunks of dark secrets concealed behind OSA which the Rakyat didn’t know about. May be this guy will use APs to purchase more fishing boats for his cronies. I am not sure whether this will violate AFTA of WTO, but first and foremost, the FDIs will be frightened away with this kind of Guomen which have no integrity (changing policies according to their whims and fancies). I think it’s a disaster for Bolehland with these kinds of people around. All the people are going to suffer for sure. With the hike in petrol and inflation rate rising dramatically (easily exceeding the level of 10%) , Bank Negara is going to raise the interest rate in few months time. Hence, I am not optimistic and I strongly believe the growth rate will be as low as 3-4% for 2008. People out there, be prepared for very hard times (while those greedy people up there are going to scoop as much wealth as possible within the shortest possible time). Beware.

  71. oi tudo bem com voce

  72. Feroz Merican says:

    PM on September 16th, huh? I’ll believe it when I see it. If I was a betting man, I’d still put money on Najib post December, how is his wife by the way? Any open houses recently? Hi, Susan, thought I’d drop by and see if you were still around. Awful news about the 41% increase in gas prices, but what are you gonna do? Are the Umno trolls still about? Tell them I said hi. How is my beautiful state of Selangor doing? Is Khalid all right?
    cheers,

  73. Feroz Merican says:

    i am happy if anwar can be the next PM but he needs the
    support of the DAP a party filled with narrow minded
    typical chinaman attitude ( eg refusing to wear songkok when it is only a headgear of the malays). i cant imagine if one of these guys are
    appointed a minister it would be a disaster for the country.
    hopefully YB LKS YB LGE or YB KARPAL can get rid of all these imbecile
    before the create more damage or worst still the very existence
    of Pakatan Rakyat.
    i am a chinese malaysian and i believe the majority of
    chinese malaysian will reject these morons.

    god save our beloved country.

    Again with the YB. There is nothing “berhormat” about politics sir, these fellas are about as “berhormat” as pimps and whores, why don’t you leave the titles at the door and address them by their proper names?
    No one is going to give you extra points or give you a housing loan because you address them as “berhormat”. God save our country indeed.

  74. Feroz Merican says:

    My new house is cold.
    In side is cold.
    I step on a cat
    I see on a rat
    This house is too old.
    Lallang Exile.

    I see the quality of discourse has risen appreciably since I was here last.
    Maybe we should bring back Dr. M.

  75. Billau Chris says:

    I just received a list of corrupt politicians with particulars of their ill-begotten wealth being stashed in foreign banks. The sum at a cursory glance runs into billions.

    I am not too well versed with how we could disseminate the information without being caught under the OSA or ISA or ASA.
    Susan, can I forward to you for journalistic audit.

    The modern Malays and Chinese share the common ideal of ensuring the proper development, progress and utilisation of the national resources for the commonweal of the country. They do realise that the present Govt must effect critical changes for the survival of the nation.

    Under the AAB’s Govt, which have been robbing Petronas of the bilions for the benefit of the private pockets of the UMNO cronies, they ought not to be supported. They must go or the nation will bcome even more rotten.

    Good suggestion to indite all those who have secret accounts overseas, summon them to explain their ill-begotten wealth and upon conviction, compel them to return the money to the country. Bravo! We can start the witch hunt.

    With the people’s power behind Susan, we can go far to strip these corrupt politicians of their unexplained wealth.

    Any taker?

  76. Feroz Merican says:

    Send it to the BBC, lah, they have studios and a base in Singapore.
    Or send it to CNN in HongKong. What lah, you five years old, ah?
    Billau Chris, you want me to write the letter for you? It’s any takers, plural, not singular.

  77. netra says:

    Billau: Since this is not an English class it`s E&O E, so that `taker` is understood man.
    Yeah send the stuff you got to susan, also to lim kit siang :
    limkitsiangblog@gmail.com

    This item is on Bangladesh corrupt politicians which form part of M`sian FDI:
    http://www.e-bangladesh.org/2007/09/27/new-list-of-corruption-suspects/

  78. Change The Goven Now!!! says:

    One solution only…………CHANGE THE GOVEN!!!! It’s getting from bad to worse!!! Bodowi simply increase fuel and electricity bill by over 40 percent? Hugh jump man, you idiot!!! Only fools make this kind of stupid decision. Old mamak, are you blind?? Why send a child to do a men’s job!!!

  79. Shocking Asia New says:

    THIS IS REALLY SHOCKING ! ! !

    WHAT IS ACA DOING ABOUT IT ? ? ? only records on year 96,97 98 !!! what about others ???
    ——————————————————————————–

    FIXED DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS OF MAHATHIR扴 WIFE AND 5 OF HIS CHILDREN

    AS WELL AS HIS CRONIES

    The information regarding the Fixed Deposit Accounts of Mahathir抯 wife and 3 of his children are as below. These accounts were opened at an Israeli Singapore-based bank in the neighboring country of Singapore. The bank is ISRAELI NATIONAL BANK.

    That vast amount of monies could have been derived through the following:

    Deposited by an agent of the Israeli Government or any other foreign government.
    Derived by the various companies of Mahathir抯 cronies.
    Perhaps this could be the RM1Bil missing from UMNO抯 account which Anwar Ibrahim brought up before he was dismissed from UMNO.
    Details of accounts are as follow:

    Family of Dr. Mahathir:

    Name : Ms Siti Hasmah Bte Mohamed Ali
    Post : Wife of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : D 173596 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : AGF-2192-2442- 722-(X)
    Amount : USD 4,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 25/06/95
    Date of Maturity : 25/06/98
    (Maturity continued to 25/06/2001)
    (Extension interest agreed upon)
    Name : Ms Siti Hasmah Bte Mohamed Ali
    Post : Wife of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : D 173596 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : FA-4196-2493- 313 (A)
    Amount : USD 8,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 09/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 09/06/00
    Name : Ms Siti Hasmah Bte Mohamed Ali
    Post : Wife of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : D 173596 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : DD-3919-714- 271-(A)
    Amount : USD 5,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 06/12/95
    Date of Maturity : 06/12/98
    Name : Ms Siti Hasmah Bte Mohamed Ali
    Post : Wife of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : D 173596 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : FB-5614-1499- 515 (C)
    Amount : USD 9,800,000.00
    Date of opening account : 12/11/97
    Date of Maturity : 12/11/2000
    Name : Ms Siti Hasmah Bte Mohamed Ali
    Post : Wife of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : D 173596 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : CE-2418-7172- 492 (E)
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 07/03/98
    Date of Maturity : 07/03/01
    Name : Ms Siti Hasmah Bte Mohamed Ali
    Post : Wife of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : D 173596 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : GB-6921-4212- 712 (F)
    Amount : USD 6,650,000.00
    Date of opening account : 19/03/95
    Date of Maturity : 19/03/98
    (Maturity continuity to 19/03/2001)

    Name : Ms Marina Bte Mahathir
    Post : Malaysia AIDS Council President
    Passport No. : R 671918 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : C-719-418-210 (M)
    Amount : USD 13,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 17/06/96
    Date of Maturity : 17/06/99

    Name : Ms Marina Bte Mahathir
    Post : Malaysia AIDS Council President
    Passport No. : R 671918 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : F-817-200-11 (C)
    Amount : USD 12,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 03/12/96
    Date of Maturity : 03/12/99
    Name : Ms Marina Bte Mahathir
    Post : Malaysia AIDS Council President
    Passport No. : R 671918 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    5 years
    Account No : G-211-922-718- 2 (D)
    Amount : USD 15,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 12/07/97
    Date of Maturity : 12/07/02
    Name : Mr Mokhzani Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 719325 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    1 years
    Account No : F-3532-3310- 501 (NG)
    Amount : USD 15,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 21/09/98
    Date of Maturity : 21/09/99
    Name : Mr Mokhzani Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 719325 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : DA-9159-7211- 819 (M)
    Amount : USD 4,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 20/05/96
    Date of Maturity : 20/05/99
    Name : Mr Mokhzani Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 719325 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : ME-3138-5144- 219 (A)
    Amount : USD 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 08/09/97
    Date of Maturity : 08/09/00
    13. Name : Mr Mokhzani Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 719325 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Current Account
    Account No : A-7213-4441- 223 (MB)
    Amount : USD 15,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 11/12/97
    Withdrawal : USD 5,000,000.00 on 10/02/98
    Cheque No. F2912718
    Deposit : USD 9,500,000.00
    Last Balance : USD 19,500,000.00
    Name : Mr Mokhzani Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 719325 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    1 years
    Account No : F-3518-3279- 441 (ND)
    Amount : USD 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 08/09/98
    Date of Maturity : 08/09/99
    Name : Mr Mokhzani Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 719325 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : M-3121-3149- 512 (D)
    Amount : USD 7,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 03/12/95
    Date of Maturity : 03/12/98
    Name : Mr Mirzan Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 914315 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : LA-5716-3919- 862 (C)
    Amount : USD 15,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 16/08/96
    Date of Maturity : 16/08/99
    17. Name : Mr Mirzan Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 914315 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : CM-6983-7419- 365 (F)
    Amount : S $ 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 29/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 29/06/99
    18. Name : Mr Mirzan Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 914315 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : JE-8145-6073- 396 (L)
    Amount : S $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 15/11/97
    Date of Maturity : 15/11/99
    19. Name : Mr Mirzan Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 914315 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    3 years
    Account No : YE-3909-2616- 398 (M)
    Amount : S $ 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 25/11/97
    Date of Maturity : 25/11/00
    20. Name : Mr Mirzan Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 914315 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    1 years
    Account No : G-7051-3996- 521 (EC)
    Amount : USD 12,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 26/09/98
    Date of Maturity : 26/09/99
    21. Name : Mr Mukhriz Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 639296 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : M-2074-6219- 332 (E)
    Amount : USD 8,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 05/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 05/06/99
    22. Name : Mr Mukhriz Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 639296 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : DL-6074-3691- 7785 (E)
    Amount : USD 3,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 26/09/97
    Date of Maturity : 26/09/00
    23. Name : Mr Mukhriz Bin Mahathir
    Post : Son of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 639296 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    3 years
    Account No : CF-3711-5681- 742 (G)
    Amount : S $ 7,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 06/07/96
    Date of Maturity : 06/07/99
    24. Name : Ms Melinda Bte Mahathir
    Post : Daughter of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 697339 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : EX-6965-7718- 396 (D)
    Amount : USD 15,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 19/11/97
    Date of Maturity : 19/11/99
    25. Name : Ms Melinda Bte Mahathir
    Post : Daughter of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : R 697339 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : FN-1799-6673- 983 (M)
    Amount : S $ 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 21/01/98
    Date of Maturity : 21/01/00

    TOTAL :

    USD 199.45 MILLION AND S $ 42,000,000.00 IN FIXED DEPOSIT

    Ponder on the amount and think for yourself how could they have acquired these vast amount of wealth just being the wife and children of the PM of Malaysia ????

    CRONIES WEALTH:

    BROTHER-IN-LAW OF MAHATHIR

    1. Name : Mr. Hashim Bin Mohamed Ali
    Post : Brother-in-law of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : C 341872 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : BB-1792-5126- 2197-14 (XD)
    Amount : USD 6,600,000.00
    Date of opening account : 14/12/96
    Date of Maturity : 14/12/98

    2. Name : Mr. Hashim Bin Mohamed Ali
    Post : Brother-in-law of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : C 341872 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : MG-3014-2132- 5188-19 (NF)
    Amount : USD 11,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 16/05/97
    Date of Maturity : 16/05/00

    3. Name : Mr. Hashim Bin Mohamed Ali
    Post : Brother-in-law of Prime Minister
    Passport No. : C 341872 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : NE-5179-2212- 6125-42 (CE)
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 18/06/98
    Date of Maturity : 18/06/00

    TOTAL:

    USD 23,100,00.00

    CABINET MINISTERS (TO BE CONTINUED LATER厖.)

    26. 1. Name : Mr. Mohammad Najib Bin Abdul Razak
    Post : Minister of Education
    Passport No. : D 371981 (M)
    Bank : American Express Bank
    Type of Account : Current Account
    Account No : E-7194-303-45- G
    Amount : USD 7,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 22/12/95
    Withdrawal : USD 2,500,000.00 on 10/01/96
    Cheque No. F1742330
    Withdrawal : USD 1,000,000.00 on 16/03/96
    Cheque No. F1742331
    Withdrawal : USD 1,000,000.00 on 01/07/96
    Cheque No. F1742332
    Withdrawal : USD 500,000.00 on 11/06/97
    Cheque No. F1742333

    27. Name : Mr. Syed Hamid Bin Syed Albar
    Post : Minister of Defence
    Passport No. : D 691245 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : J-321-3352-339- G
    Amount : USD 8,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 14/07/96
    Date of Maturity : 14/07/99

    28. 3. Name : Mr. Syed Hamid Bin Syed Albar
    Post : Minister of Defence
    Passport No. : D 691245 (M)
    Bank : American Express Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : AC- 4192-443-54- E
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 27/11/96
    Date of Maturity : 27/11/99

    29. 4. Name : Ms. Rafidah Bte Aziz
    Post : Minister of International Trade And Industry
    Passport No. : D 391274 (M)
    Bank : Bank Of Nova Scotia
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : LA- 7211-3647-341 G
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 10/06/96
    Date of Maturity : 10/06/99

    30. 5. Name : Ms. Rafidah Bte Aziz
    Post : Minister of International Trade And Industry
    Passport No. : D 391274 (M)
    Bank : Bank Of China
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : CL 4223-6162-47 M
    Amount : USD 2,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 21/09/96
    Date of Maturity : 21/09/96

    31. 6. Name : Mr. Muhyuddin Bin Yassin
    Post : Minister of Youth and Sports
    Passport No. : D 512717 (M)
    Bank : American Express Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    5 years
    Account No : AF- 3712-229-33- Y
    Amount : USD 7,700,000.00
    Date of opening account : 15/06/96
    Date of Maturity : 15/06/01

    32. 7. Name : Mr. Megat Junid Bin Megat Ayob
    Post : Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs
    Passport No. : D 299671 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : F-3091-9211- 39 (O)
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 19/08/96
    Date of Maturity : 19/08/99

    33. 8. Name : Mr. Megat Junid Bin Megat Ayob
    Post : Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs
    Passport No. : D 299671 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    3 years
    Account No : M-5244-6052- 69 (D)
    Amount : S $ 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 07/05/97
    Date of Maturity : 07/05/00

    34. 9. Name : Mr. Mohammad Bin Rahmat
    Post : Minister of Information
    Passport No. : D 423717 (M)
    Bank : Development Bank of Singapore
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : C-2965-173-384- F
    Amount : S $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 29/11/96
    Date of Maturity : 29/11/98

    35. 10. Name : Mr. Mohammad Bin Rahmat
    Post : Minister of Information
    Passport No. : D 423717 (M)
    Bank : Development Bank of Singapore
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : CA-3129-662- 919-G
    Amount : S $ 2,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 06/03/97
    Date of Maturity : 06/03/99

    36. 11. Name : Mr. Sabbarudin Bin Chik
    Post : Minister of Culture, Arts and Tourism
    Passport No. : D 196432 (M)
    Bank : Bank of China
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : E-699-3172-982 (B)
    Amount : USD 8,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 02/09/96
    Date of Maturity : 02/09/99

    37. 12. Name : Mr. Mustapa Bin Mohamed
    Post : Minister of Entrepreneur
    Second Finance Minister
    Passport No. : D 862411 (M)
    Bank : American Express Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    3 years
    Account No : CA-5098-344- 66-D
    Amount : S $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 12/06/96
    Date of Maturity : 12/06/99

    38. 13. Name : Mr. Mustapa Bin Mohamed
    Post : Minister of Entrepreneur
    Second Finance Minister
    Passport No. : D 862411 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : DD-2141-7922- 549-F
    Amount : USD $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 21/04/97
    Date of Maturity : 21/04/99

    39. 14. Name : Ms. Siti Zaharah Binti Sulaiman
    Post : Deputy Minister of Health
    Passport No. : D 594071 (M)
    Bank : United Overseas Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : M-3914-7179- 212-D
    Amount : S $ 5,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 28/05/97
    Date of Maturity : 28/05/99

    40. 15. Name : Mr. Tajol Rosli Bin Mohammad Ghazali
    Post : Deputy Home Affairs Minister
    Passport No. : D 691872 (M)
    Bank : Development Bank of Singapore
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : B 1712-341-619- C
    Amount : S $ 2,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 29/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 29/06/99

    41. 16. Name : Mr. Abdul Kadir Bin Sheikh Fadzir
    Post : Deputy Minister Human Resources
    Passport No. : D 541781 (M)
    Bank : Bank of China
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : D 319-2218-512- J
    Amount : USD 3,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 28/02/98
    Date of Maturity : 28/02/01

    42. 17. Name : Mr. Ibrahim Saad
    Post : Deputy Minister PM Department
    Passport No. : D 891741 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : M 374-6593-88 D
    Amount : USD 4,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 08/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 08/06/99

    43. 18. Name : Mr. Mohamed Nazri Bin Aziz
    Post : Deputy Minister PM Department
    Passport No. : D 871945 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : BD 5211-7925-8716- 51 MA
    Amount : USD 6,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 08/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 08/06/99

    44. 19. Name : Mr. Mohamad Isa Bin Abdul Samad
    Post : Chief Minister of Negeri Sembilan
    Passport No. : D 831569 (M)
    Bank : American Express Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : E- 6654-662-719- M
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 09/07/96
    Date of Maturity : 09/07/99

    45. 20. Name : Mr. Mohamad Isa Bin Abdul Samad
    Post : Chief Minister of Negeri Sembilan
    Passport No. : D 831569 (M)
    Bank : American Express Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : J-5152-6161- 311-D
    Amount : USD 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 24/01/97
    Date of Maturity : 24/01/00

    46. 21. Name : Mr. Sanusi Bin Junid
    Post : Chief Minister of Kedah
    Passport No. : D 659711 (M)
    Bank : Israel National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    3 years
    Account No : FG 3469-4462-9172 (DE)
    Amount : USD 10,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 21/09/96
    Date of Maturity : 21/09/99

    47. 22. Name : Mr. Sanusi Bin Junid
    Post : Chief Minister of Kedah
    Passport No. : D 659711 (M)
    Bank : Israel National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : H 7639-1722-5243 (MG)
    Amount : S $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 09/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 09/06/99

    48. 23. Name : Mr. Sanusi Bin Junid
    Post : Chief Minister of Kedah
    Passport No. : D 659711 (M)
    Bank : Israel National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    1 years
    Account No : DC 7943-7716-2713 33 NB
    Amount : S $ 3,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 10/12/97
    Date of Maturity : 10/12/98

    49. 24. Name : Mr. Abdul Ghani Bin Othmman
    Post : Chief Minister of Johore
    Passport No. : D 615791 (M)
    Bank : Israel National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : GH 1299-4166-339 A
    Amount : S $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 11/06/97
    Date of Maturity : 11/06/99

    50. 25. Name : Mr. Abdul Ghani Bin Othmman
    Post : Chief Minister of Johore
    Passport No. : D 615791 (M)
    Bank : Israel National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : D 1471-3134-22 F
    Amount : S $ 3,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 03/04/97
    Date of Maturity : 03/04/99

    51. 26. Name : Mr. Ramli Bin Ngah Talib
    Post : Chief Minister of Perak
    Passport No. : D 774511 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    2 years
    Account No : AB 7193-4111-331 (A)
    Amount : S $ 6,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 20/12/96
    Date of Maturity : 20/12/98

    52. 27. Name : Mr. Abu Zahar Bin Isnin
    Post : Chief Minister of Malacca
    Passport No. : R 515341 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency
    3 years
    Account No : FA 9132-3156-212 E
    Amount : USD 2,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 11/04/96
    Date of Maturity : 11/04/99

    53. 28. Name : Mr. Abu Hassan Bin Omar
    Post : Chief Minister of Selangor
    Passport No. : D 493718 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : M 819-5512-71 D
    Amount : USD 3,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 06/05/97
    Date of Maturity : 06/05/99

    54. Name : Mr. Abu Hassan Bin Omar
    Post : Chief Minister of Selangor
    Passport No. : D 493718 (M)
    Bank : Citibank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : M 819-5512-71 D
    Amount : USD 3,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 06/05/97
    Date of Maturity : 06/05/99

    SENIOR PERSONNEL AROUND MAHATHIR

    55. 1. Name : Mr. Abdul Aziz Bin Ismail
    Post : Chief Private Secretary of PM
    Passport No. : R 814239 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit
    3 years
    Account No : GM 5210-6125-8862- 49 DG
    Amount : S $ 5,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 10/04/96
    Date of Maturity : 10/04/99

    56. 2. Name : Mr. Abdul Aziz Bin Shamsuddin
    Post : Political Secretary 1 to PM
    Passport No. : R 722217 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : HD 4179-2416-3829- 31AD
    Amount : USD 3,500,000.00
    Date of opening account : 21/12/96
    Date of Maturity : 21/12/98

    57. 3. Name : Mr. Mohammad Noordin Bin Bachik
    Post : Private Secretary to PM
    Passport No. : E 691432 (M)
    Bank : Israeli National Bank
    Type of Account : Fixed Deposit (Foreign Currency)
    2 years
    Account No : SD 3912-4942-6918- 72 DA
    Amount : S $ 4,000,000.00
    Date of opening account : 03/12/96
    Date of Maturity : 03/12/98

    MY DEAR FELLOW MALAYSIANS THE ABOVE ARE ONLY THOSE THAT WE KNOW OF?.HOW ABOUT THOSE THAT WE DO NOT KNOW OF?????? THINK & JUDGE FOR YOURSELF AND YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE WHO CAN DECIDE WHOM YOU WANT AS THE FUTURE GOVERNMENT !!!!!!

  80. Mistah Blastah says:

    KUALA LUMPUR, 12 Jun (Hrkh) -Nampaknya bukan sahaja pengumuman Perdana Menteri, Dato’ Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi tempohari telah ‘menikam rakyat’ secara berdepan dengan pengumuman kenaikan harga minyak, tetapi semalam Dewan Bendaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) turut menambahkan luka tikaman dengan menaikan caj tempat letak kereta sehingga hampir 35 peratus.

    Menurut Datuk Bandar Kuala Lumpur, Dato’ Ab Hakim Borhan pihak DBKL akan melaksanakan Sistem Letak Kereta Eletronik (SLKE) berkuatkuasa Isnin ini dan pemilik kenderaan dikehendaki membayar caj 80 sen sejam bagi setiap petak letak kereta di pusat bandar berbanding hanya 60 sen sekarang.

    http://www.harakahdaily.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=15092&Itemid=28

    DBKL parking meters use petrol?

  81. boh tong says:

    I blogged about the above or rather I copied and paste it in my blog i.e. bank account of Mahathir’s family and there was a comment by my reader that it was not true and the rest is in Malay which I hardly understand. Is the above report true about the accounts in a Israeli Bank pls??

  82. hutchrun says:

    Now this is going Glocal and on Forbes:

    GERAMM and PROTES, another anti-inflation coalition of opposition parties and non-governmental groups, hope to also gather a million people for the largest mass demonstration in Kuala Lumpur next month, he added.

    In addition, GERAMM has launched an online petition to gather a million signatures to protest the price hike, he added.

    Police has warned it would take action against protesters. Any gatherings of more than four people requires a police permit.

    http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2008/06/12/ap5108217.html

  83. billauchris says:

    Thank you Feroz for being the first taker. I am not an English teacher. If ‘any taker? ‘ is grammatically wrong, I apologise. But I thought ‘any takers? sounds odd. Do we say anyone or anyones? I am not too sure anymore. If my English grammar is bad, then blame it on the BN. But, you know what I mean, don’t you?

    Someone beat me to it by posting the list hereunder. It was the same list that I got. Look at the names. They are familiar names. And who are they? The buccaneers of the BN Government.

    Now we can see where the billions of our petrol ringgits went to in yester-years. I must commend Shahrir for being open enough to state that the government had been using Petronas profits for social economic development. But how much and for how long? You must account to the people of Malaysia who have a lien over the national resources.

    The BN Government under Tun Mahathir ingeniously created the moster corporation named Petronas, gave it the sole and exclusive power to explore, mine, refine, dstribute and hide its profits since inception. The profits are only known to the the PM and President and the very Senior Directors of Petronas – that information is classified as SECRET. Any unauthorised disclosure will probably come under ambits of the Official Secret Act.

    God knows how the previous PM spent the money in the past. One thing was certain – much of the loot was squandered and much went into the privates pockets of those stinking politicians listed below. That was not enough. They exploited the public by increasing regularly the petrol and diesel prices to rob and impoverish further the middle and low income earners. It is most shameless that the PM is now trying to justify his bloody big blunder by giving back some concessions and embarking on an austerity drive. It is too late. It is the last straw. We will have to ask you to step down as the PM of Malaysia. You have shown that you are not an effective administrator nor a good leader.

    Now that the cat is out of the bag, many of the cronies are languishing because the PR is keeping a close watch on what the leadership does. Cannot blame them for getting disappointed and frustrated. Hence, many of these bums are contemplating to leave BN for PR to perpetuate their self interest.

    We are not interested in the monthly adjustment of petrol price. We want the price to be below RM1.00 per litre as an oil producing country and to be compatible to all oil producing countries worldwide. What you offer us is an affront to our pride, dignity and a disgrace for you are cheating the citizens of Malaysia by hiking up the petrol price by 41%. In so doing, you are robbing the public of RM41 billion. Is the money going to please and meet the demands of the Sabahans and the Sarawakians?

    As the Government of Malaysia, you have complete control over the oil revenue of Petronas and therefore you can also set a lower and reasonable profit level for Petronas. In this way, surely you can reduce the petrol and diesel price to an affordable level. I can challenge anyone of you guys up in Petronas if you tell me that it cannot be done!

    Let us not be so easily influenced by the cheap concessions profferred by the PM. We want him to be fair to the people of Malaysia. I will advise the PM now to rob from Petronas more and benefit the country by reducing the petrol and diesel price. You cannot fool and cheat the people all the time. Enough is enough. We have gotten wiser.

    Let us work towards a change of government and see whether the new government can reduce the gasoline or diesel price or not. As I said, I will volunteer my service to whoever the PM is to cause to be done an audit of Petronas accounts and work towards the lowering of price in petrol and diesel for the benefit of the people.

    As an example, the Selangor Government within a matter of three months is able to offer free water to the people in Selangor. If Toyo were to be around. he will abuse that opportunity to make money for himself and his cronies.

    Friends and my countrymen, continue to write to the media and blog-sites and pressurise the BN Government to reduce petrol and diesel price consistent with that of oil producing countries.

  84. billauchris says:

    Please refer to my article above para 2 line one. Delete the word ‘hereunder’ and insert ‘hereinbefore’.

    Sorry for the oversight.

  85. Ctizen Me says:

    While we want to get the BN out we must be careful as to who we let in. To my mind there must be a througher investigation before any leader is allowed to lead this country. Institutions must be in place to provide checks and balances befoer we crown someone as Prime Minister. Otherwise be prepared for another 25 years of the same given to us by the previous Prime Minister.

    So let us notbe in a hurry to bring in one just because we do not like the incumbent. At least we must be certain that the person who is going to take on the high office has impeccable credentials. I know that some would say that it is impossible. But if we try we can get one who is nearer to that credentials than one who is far away fron it.

  86. xy says:

    yes, mom always say “be careful what you ask, you might just get it!”

  87. billauchris says:

    In my observation of the political development in the country since Merdeka, many politicians had come and gone. There were the good and the bad, the rotten and the ugly, the partriotic and the shirkers, the magnanimous and the misers, the overt and the covert, the clean and the corrupt, the arrogant and the meek. the frugal and the spendthrift, macam macam characters. There were always some black sheep in the midst in and around the fold of any community.

    Some of the BN hardcore members are not necessary brilliant, stupid and blind; but they know how to pander to the whims and fancies of their bosses. Some of them are bankrupt of ideas and put there to talk nonsense, distract the public from the realities of the day. Tax payers unfortunately have to pay for these clowns who do nothing but to issue irrational and illlogical statements in the public of which the dead are raised from their tombs and of which I am most ashamed when confronted by my overseas associatges. And, these imbeciles are crowding round the corridors of power- a sign of danger!. These well fed cronies are too corrupt to be of any more use to the country. They must retire and give way to the professionals.

    Recently, we have a BN chappy – whose name with two Mohameds – issued a public statement complaining aboiut the PR rulers (PR lers) spending too much of their precious time to delve into the past activities of their predecessors, thereby neglecting their duties and contributions to the their constituencies.

    It was as if, he just woke up after 50 years to realise that BN had miserably neglected their duties by not equipping rural townships and villages with the basic utilies like water, electricity, schools and proper roads! PR lers please ignore the stupid comment and continue to expose the evil and sinister deeds of the BN cronies. Let the public know of the damages and their covert adctivities that he and his cronies have injured the people of Malaysia. He should be pulled up among his other colleagues and be indicted for stashing up the millions of unexplained money overseas.

    The opposition has been given a chance to rule in five States. Many have never the experience in governing. Many oif them may sound narrow-minded but they are just being cautious and prudent. I see that they are learning fast on the job. The DAP elected MPs and State Assemblmen are by and large a disciplined lot – only time will tell. It is too soon to judge. The same situation applies to the Keadilan. They may have to go through the initial rough seas and undulating plains of politics before arriving at calmer shores of wisdom and prudence in their outlook, paradigm and character. Let us give them a chance.

    Our country is at the cross-road and also in a state of dilemma – between the deep blue sea and the devil. We know the devil; but we do not know how deep the deep blue sea is except that we see blue all around. Should we trust Annuar? Why not?

    Deep in me, I still hold the view that Annuar had undergone and suffered the many untold hardships, the pains and nightmares that not many human beings on earth had ever the opportunity to exzperience. I also believe that in the quiet momemts of his confinement, he must have thought through his past and the future. He is, I believe, a reformed and rehabilitated man. If we have any consideration or milk of compassion or kindness left at all in the repositories of our hearts, we should give Annuar that chance to fulfill his life script to be the leader of the country – to lead Malaysia out of the doldrum.

    Any man deserves to be given a second chance in his life. We should not be judgemental. Let all those who are willing come forward to serve for the betterment of the commonweal of all the people of Malaysia.

    The people of Malaysia need not suffer any longer. Let the new Government unshackle the people of Malaysia from their ‘bondage of slavery, discrimination, marginalisation and injustice.

    God bless Malaysia.

  88. comedytime says:

    WHY DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE ROAD ?

    Anwar Ibrahim : Because it wanted change. It was time for a change.

    Lim Kit Siang : Because on the old side, all it got was “chicken feed”.

    Tun Dr. M : Because the ‘lembeh PM (Puttu Mayam) served, came with a indigestible high topping that fueled a demonstration. The chicken crossed the road because it wanted to be a part of the demonstration. This is truly a dilemma.

    Karpal Singh : The chicken crossed the road because it’s cries were not being heard and it was not being treated fairly. There was no justice at all.

    Rafida Aziz : When I was the Minister, I personally helped the chicken to cross to the other side, therefore I am the most qualified person to help chickens cross the road.

    Samy Vellu : In my ministry, there is a saying : when there is a will, there is a High-way. The chicken crossed the read to ask for a share in the toll collections.

    I hope all readers will take this in stride as a comedy in these troubled times. Release your tension. Laugh a little.

    Now I would ask the rest of you, WHY DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE ROAD ?

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