setevThis must be the second time that Mr Setev Shaariibuu misses Najib Razak. Shaariibuu was at the Parliament in 2008, waiting in the corridors to speak to Najib, but the former left the Dewan early, right after lunch.

Shaariibuu managed to meet with then PM Abdullah Badawi and his son in law Khairy Jamaluddin but nothing came out of it.

While Najib is happily visiting Paris with Dotty, Altantuya’s still grieving dad has issued a statement in Mongolia, reminding Najib of his responsibilities as the government of Malaysia.

He would have been in Paris if not for his poor health. His full statement is reproduced below:

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I am sorry I could not be in Paris, France to meet Mr. Najib Razak, while he is on his official tour as Prime Minister of Malaysia. I am sick and have been hospitalised due to poor health. I had so wished to speak to Mr Najib and send him this message and to shake his hand. I tried to meet him at the Malaysian Parliament in 2007, but he left the House early and my trip there was not complete.

“She died during the month of Ramadhan in 2006”

It’s been three painful years since my daughter Altantuya Shaariibuu died mercilessly in the hands of the Malaysian Royal Police. She died on October 19, 2006, during the month of Ramadham, which is one of the holiest months for the Muslims.

“How do I explain her murder to her two sons?”

She was blown up by military explosives and the reason for her grotesque murder is still unknown until today. Although the two policemen(Azilah Shaari and Sirul Omar) involved in her murder has been convicted and are facing a death sentence, my family and I are still unable to explain to my two grandsons, Altantuya’s sons- Altanshagai and Multanshagai – that their mother had died so violently and cruelly in a far away land called Malaysia.

“She died while working for Malaysia”

I hope PM. Mr. Najib Razak enjoys his trip to France, where a deal with a French company which his close friend Abdul Razak Baginda help brokered led to the circumstances surrounding my daughter’s murder. It cannot be denied that she died being a translator for a Malaysian company to purchase French submarines worth a billion Euros and know of many things that the neither the Malaysian nor the French public know about.

“Two more orphaned children in the world”

I have filed a civil suit against the two policemen and the Malaysian government to compensate for the death of my daughter. She was the soul bread winner of her two sons. Now her two children are left orphans and I am very uncertain of their future and my wife and I are growing in years and we are not wealthy people. It is only fair and just that the Malaysian government take responsibility for what had happenned to my daughter.

“Why did the court choose to ignore Musa Safri?”

The two policemen committed this most hideous murder of my then 28 year old daughter while being under the service of Najib Razak, who was then Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister. Najib’s aide de camp, DSP Musa Safri was reported to have told the policeman (chief inspector Azilah) to help Abdul Razak Baginda, deal with Altantuya, when she was said to be visiting him to ask for her commissions. However, Musa Safri was never asked to appear in court to be questioned about his involvement in this case.

“Najib acts as if nothing has happenned”

With so many closely linked to Najib in this murder, it is impossible and irresponsible for Najib to now wash his hands off this mater and act as if none of this tragedy has befallen my daughter and my family.

“Would she have died if the French deal was fair and transparent?”

The French company involved in the Malaysian deal also cannot escape with impunity. My daughter would not have met her cruel death if the deal had been transparent and fair.

“Let her not die in vain”

I appeal on behalf of my deceased daughter, my wife, my two grandsons and all Mongolian citizens, not to let my daughter Altantuya die in vain. Her body may have been blasted into a million unrecognisable pieces, but our hearts remain one: to seek justice for my beloved daughter, to put her spirit to rest, and to ensure her orphaned son have a reasonable future.

Thank you.

Sincerely, from a Mongolia citizen whose daughter was murdered by police in Malaysia:Dr Shaariibuu Setev.

111 responses »

  1. monsterball says:

    Poor man! Dr.Shaaribuu wil not stop suffering ..until he is completely satisfied with Malaysian law and justice.
    Malaysians are not happy with the law..justice and verdict. How can he be happy?
    We can only say….how sorry Malaysians are…and how shameful Malaysians are.
    Perhaps he can forgive Malaysians….who are actually experiencing mysterious deaths….and strangely…all against UMNO or a person in UMNO.
    This is no co-incident.
    It is purposely done….for pleasure….race or cover up something.
    We are sorry Malaysia is not so cultured as we should be.

  2. Bodohbal says:

    Dey! Assball, you are no spokesman of the people of Malaysia. Leave me alone you stupid no brain ball!

  3. storm62 says:

    submarine delivered…..time to collect balance payment of commission.

    hope the pay him with hell notes.

  4. anticrime says:

    Oi! Monsterfart, so you think you represent all malaysians. Be ashamed your foul language first, then you can be ashamed of Malaysians!

  5. danet7882 says:

    bodohbal, anticrime

    the guy have his freedom to pen down his thoughts, why u guys so determine to shut him off?? Does the truth hurts you??

    Malaysian should really be ashamed, ashamed that the government they’ve elected are a bunch of murderers, cheaters and corruptors..

  6. monsterball says:

    hahahahahahaha…..anticrime….it the cap fits you wear it la.
    Since it does not fit you…change your nick from “anticrime” to “procrime”…more appropriate.
    Wa…..all UMNO hypocrites are really smooth talking cultured people…..and why not….it is the trademark of thieves and con men….to be so….and “anticrime” is not ashamed for such a crime…never seen before in the whole wide world.
    We kopitiam fellas never afraid to speak as we like…when we like and how we like. You no like…f…ck off.

  7. monsterball says:

    Thank you so much….danet7882.

  8. monsterball says:

    Dey….bodohbal…..millions agree with me. If you are the oddball out…OK.
    Oddballs are usually nuts.

  9. monsterball says:

    Put yourself at Dr.Shaaribuu place.
    Can we feel his pains and sorrows?
    Can we feel his frustrations….that obviously…certain UMNO politicians are involved with the murder of his daughter?
    Put yourself not as a father…if you are a young man.
    Put yourself as the husband or boyfriend…..and feel the priceless love one… you have lost. Learn to feel for others. Don’t be too selfish.
    Hopefully your feeling is there now.
    Now feel… how sickening….how frustrating….how helpless Dr.Shaaribuu is today….keeping so much in his heart….cannot speak out….as his daughter was involved with powerful politicians in Malaysia… in business….and in love matters too.
    That was her only mistake.
    Malaysian UMNO politicians are wellknown to the whole wide world…how corrupted they are…..how openly daring they are to steal and rob…and do as they like. Remember…Anwar was jailed 6 years for a crime…he did not commit….and a prisoner can walk freely….all under Mahathir for 22 years as PM..all done by him too.
    So if UMNO can do to his own people….who is this Mongolian lady to UMNO?….nothing.
    But Malaysians are not like those UMNO buggers. We are united….and UMNO wants to divide us. We are hard working and honest truthful people…but UMNO wants some to be lazy…be crooks and thieves….to steal and take bribes..just like them….be like them…but what are given to followers are crumps of the bread. Those masterminds..take all the billions..and leave the thousands to tempt poor people. How cruel can a person be?
    If UMNO can do that to his people..what is Mongolian lady to them…NOTHING!!
    Does that justify her to be killed that way..to be in love with an UMNO politician?…..absolutely not!!
    Malaysians do feel very shameful and know how Dr.Shaaribuu is going through……..but we are helpless too.
    All we can promise to Dr.Shaaribuu…is we are as anxious to know the real truth too…for without that..so many of unsolved murder cases involving Malaysians will also suffer same fate. Hopefully Dr.Shaaribuu understands and believe in us..that we are trying hard….to see Malaysia will change for the better….by changing the government.
    Yes….two have said I do not speak for all Malaysians….and they are right. I speak for ALL Malaysians that want a change of government.
    That I think…I am right.

  10. ktteokt says:

    My sympathy to this courageous man who was able to accept the fact that his daughter had died in a cruel manner in a distant land!

  11. straycat's strut says:

    Monsterball, may be there are millions who do agree with you but I think most of them would not want you to represent them (as Malaysians). Please don’t ask me to elaborate coz I ain’t no shrink.

  12. I guess, DS Najib is purposely ignoring all matters related to Mongolian due to publicity, i.e. to ensure that his planning towards 1Malaysia would ne be jeoperdised by his opponent.

    Remember, he is the PM at the moment and whatever ‘obstacles’ would need to be ‘C4’ed for sure…guess, what would be next action plan?

  13. opss..missed 1thing

    Good Luck Mongolian…

  14. wits0 says:

    “She died during the month of Ramadhan in 2006″

    She was murdered most foully then. Let’s be more precise about that.

    “Malaysian should really be ashamed, ashamed that the government they’ve elected are a bunch of murderers, cheaters and corruptors..” – danet7882.

    They should but is their mass consciousness enabled and their conscientiousness now awakened?

  15. veryupset says:

    I understand his feelings of loosing one’s own child. I’ve too…!

    It’s worst than heartache..! There’s a “WHY” which can never be answered…!! Moreover with 2 grandchildren & ailing health…..!! What about age factor…?

    No parent wants their child to die before them…!!!
    But in this case it was “the utmost” cruelty of all…..!

    Why it was being done “in this manner” in the 1st place was to cover something or so, that requires destroying all fragments of trace & evidence……!!!!!!!

    One’s child to be murdered in “this manner” is so damn heart breaking. Worst… I think.

    Mr. Setev, my sincere condolences to you again & again “till justice is served”…..!!!!

  16. R4Os says:

    Ask ourselves this question: “When can we, the rakyat of Malaysia, give Dr. Shaariibuu the justice to punish his daughter’s murderer?”

    Let’s keep our promise to vote out Umno/BN in the coming GE-13, and to restore justice in this country…

  17. bee says:

    Only the most, most, most sinful muslim will do such a most unforgiving act during the holiest month of the muslim calender.

    Let us proclaim 19 October each year until the ‘N’ has ended in her name. Black is the colour of the oppressed and the abused.

  18. billauchris says:

    Altantuya did not just die during the month of Ramadhan month three years ago. She died a violent and terrifying death – her body was blown up to millions of indistinguishable pieces by the use of the destructive C4 explosive

    There was no doubt that Altantuya died in Malaysian soil in the hands of certain merciless Malaysian Policemen on the instruction of powerful and influential political leaders.

    In my view, many questions were left dangling in the air. They should have been asked but deliberately avoided to be asked to ensure that those involved escape the net.

    Many in the Police Force should have been called to the Court to provide what and how the explosives were taken out of the armoury. Until today, the gullible Malaysian public did not even know from which armoury were the explosives drawn out for the premediitated homicide. Who was the Duty Officer on the day of the detonation? Who gave permission to release the explosives? The quantity? Who received and signed out the explosives? Where is the armoury log book? Why was this not being brought nor produced for examination in the court by the DPP? Who was the Commanding Officer of the Police Depot where the armoury was located and housed? Why he was not called for questioning?

    The public funds were used to purchase the two submarines. The price according to the blogs that I read was very much hiked up. Those involved made millions out of the deal. But greed unfortunately took a hold on those avaricious blokes who “makan” as well the commission which was due to the dead Altantuya. Very ungentlemanly indeed!

    If it was dirty money that was made, for heaven sake, render it back to those who had a stake in it. The money would certainly come in handy for the Altantuya’s aging parents to raise the two grand-sons and defray their medical bills.

    This blood debt has to be settled by those responsible; or else the spectre of Altantuya and the people of Mongolia will continue to haunt the Malaysian public for a long long time. How much money are we talking about? RM5M? Which is about 1% of the loot! Our AR is enjoying his loot in UK but I am sure what the saga of Altantuya’s vaporisation would haunt his conscience for life.

    I was once invited to Mongolia. But I had to turn it down because of the Altantuya’s case. I did not want to face the angry public there. I feel damned shameful that the blow-up of Altantuya’s corpse took place in my city and country. And the incident’s widespread publicity is affecting my people and my country of which most of us are proud.

    I have to blame UMNO in particular and the BN Government in general for drasgging their feet in not taking the matter seriously and taking positive action to “bury” the matter.

    Send an emissary for heaven’s sake to negotiate for an amicable solution with Altantuya’s father or parents.

    Be gracious and magnanimous in giving for taking gets you into trouble.

  19. vengai says:

    Well mr Sharibu,

    we Malaysian share our sorrow with your great lost of your daughter.U wont get justice here with our corrupted police and tainted judiciary.We malaysian pitty for you and ur family.

    Only the ruling Regime and their ass lickers are only human in this country dont have any feeling toward your great lost.

    Justice will prevail one day and the murderers will be sent to place where they supposed to be.Their days are counted.

    May ur daughters soul rest in peace.

  20. Dr Shariibu has rightly brought this matter up again. Otherwise the story is in danger of being lost and forgotten. Justice for Altantuya.

  21. Ikon says:

    Mr Billauchris,

    This case is not just about ‘compensation per se’ for the loss of life. Our main concern should be more for JUSTICE. In this case not only justice have not been served but is still open to a lot of intrepretations. Many questions have not been answered.Many relevant questions have not been asked. Relevant witneness have not been called. The case unfortunately have revealed the ‘fraught’ in the justice system of the country. It is not only about double standard, it’s about miscarriage of justice. What obviously appeared out of this case is ‘the nations’ VALUE SYSTEMS is fraught and we can do nothing and we are not doing anything about it. Blessed the people of this country !

  22. harrison says:

    I believe words could not pacify the grievances of the families and friends of the late Altantuya and I personally believe that the Mongolian Government is muted on it’s diplomacy. Why? I don’t really see an enthusiastic Mongolian Government having sitting in the bottom of the Corruption Perception Index in world rankings.I believe if Altantuya was a US citizen, diplomatic relations would be very much soured if the case ended in the prosecution of just the 2 cops who’s head were covered from public all the way.

    The murder of Atantuya Sharibuu was sparked to the limelight by esp. the M’sian and Mongolian NGOs, people like Susan and RPK in seeking justice for Altantuya and concurrently trying to unravel the suspicious “hidden hands” who are very powerful forces in the Government and who can authorized the deletion of immigration records.

    Me too wants to see justice for Altantuya although when the suspicious character elevated to PM, Mr. Najib Razak when he, at DPM was already more powerful than his boss, AAB,
    the only justice we can hope for is that a lighting strike on the current PM’s head. There is nothing anyone could do now in seeking justice for Altantuya. These are facts!

    My apology (in case) for being controversial here but just a reverse thesis/case scenario;-

    I was and still wondering what if Ms. Altantuya Sharibuu was paid the US500 grand commission as she alleged she was owed, would she bother to whistle-blow to anyone the venality of the submarine deal having known almost every detailed facts verbally and documentations having being employed as a translator representing a Malaysian firm who is own by her husband, Razak Baginda?

  23. monsterball says:

    Straycat’s strut….Figuratively speaking….i am right.
    Logically speaking…you maybe right.
    It is a matter how you want to interpret my message.

  24. justice says:

    Dr. Shaariibuu,

    As an ordinary Malaysian and other right thinking Malaysians, we can only offer you and the children of the late Altantuya our heartfelt sympathies. We are up against the might of the corrupted govt. Perhaps our only hope is that whatever goes around comes around and that all those involved, including the crook Razak who is now doing his PhD in England using the ill gotten gains, will one day stand forth before the almighty and be judged for their sins. May they all burn in hell for eternity.

  25. Lokman says:

    I am extremely shocked to hear from RPK that Setev had given a whole stack of evidence including photographs of Najib, Altantuya and Razak Baginda in Singapore to that idiot Alhabshee or whatever his name is. He totally betrayed Setev’s trust and was indeed traitorous to Altantuya’s family, Mongolia and the Mongolian people. Being the representative of Mongolia he should have the interest of the Mongolian people first. The Mongolian authorities must arrest him immediately and try to recover the evidence and photograph. The Mongolian government must not trust this traitor and put him in prison for such a criminal act.

  26. anticrime says:

    Yeah! the poor man has suffered just like any father who has lost his daughter to murderers and rapists in high places. Criminals who get away with anything just because they think they are the supreme beings of this country. Any crime has to be punished and justice must be served. I am ashamed of this animals who think they are greater than God. But I do not want a loud mouthed, uncouth, foul breath Monsterfart to represent me, or feel ashamed, or ask for forgiveness from Mr Shaaribu on behalf of me, a Malaysian. I know how to do that by myself.

  27. Gerald says:

    No amounts of sympathy will not be able to pacify the aggrieved family of Dr Sharribuu.

    Wonder what will be the state of mind of the growing-up children of those Malaysians involved directly or indirectly in the murder of Altantuya?
    Would these children be able to face the world with dignity and righteousness?

    Poor souls

  28. jb says:

    It is down memory lane for C4. Well Malaysians, how much have we been fooled. But yet there are believers to this murderous govt. Vote them out, if you care for this country. You will then see more skeletons when all is exposed.

  29. doneit says:

    On Sept 30, I went to the Midvalley Megamall police station to assist my friend in making a police report. The details as to why we were there are insignificant, but this story is as to how a policewoman ended up calling me ‘perempuan gila’ (crazy woman) and threatened to arrest me. It’s quite a story.
    http://malaysiakini.com/letters/114095

  30. doneit says:

    “But yet there are believers to this murderous govt. Vote them out,..”

    50% malaysians are responsible for all the bad karma in this country by installing a murderer as PM……………..so is the King.

  31. When A God speaks says:

    All we can promise to Dr.Shaaribuu…is we are as anxious to know the real truth too…for without that..so many of unsolved murder cases involving Malaysians will also suffer same fate. Hopefully Dr.Shaaribuu understands and believe in us..that we are trying hard….to see Malaysia will change for the better….by changing the government.
    Yes….two have said I do not speak for all Malaysians….and they are right. I speak for ALL Malaysians that want a change of government.
    That I think…I am right.
    _________
    Having just read monsterball’s – October 6, 2009 at 3:29 am comments, yes, I believe you are a good man in a certain context in your powerful message and unlike others(their cruel humor on you) I have a certain amount of respect for you, my dear friend, but like hahahhahahahahahahhahahahahaahahahhahahahhahahahahahahahahahahhahah,I mean, I am a great fan of “Thor”(God Of Thunder/Lord of Asgard) since my childhood days and eagerly awaiting the adaptation of the comical heroine to the silver screenin 2011 by non other than the great director Michael Bay and the greatest producer ever, Jerry Bruckheimer until I hear ….. in the cartoon world, The Mighty Thor is a God but I also hear another God speak here…ahahahahhahahahahahahhaa, AHEM., AHEM.ahahahahaha

    *Luckily I am able to change my nick, but I like u Monsterball, I mean God..Ah hahahahhahahahaha AHEM (cough)….scuce me….😉

  32. Why isn’t there any one doing anything about immigration deletion of her entry into Malaysia ? And why isn’t there an enquire into how the C4 was taken out of the army ?
    Is there an Allah ? I do not want to be a muslim !!!

  33. Kancilandak says:

    The fact that France receive our PM and Kak Rosmah with open arms go to shows that France dont have anything aginst Malaysian PM.
    Sharibu have suffered a great loss.. his only daugter was killed.. but she was killed in her line of duty.. so as our polismen have been sentenced for an error in they line of duty.
    But Mr.Sharibu cannot insult our PM by going around to wherever he goes showing his sad face. He must get on with life.. with the future of his grandchildren.. he must also remember he a desendant of a great race of people who ruled more than half the world. He must fight on without any outside help.. he must not lose his pride.

  34. Non says:

    WTF we need a translator from mongolia?
    i believe mahadzir lokman speaks better french!
    she’s a spy, knows to much, try her luck (for god sake she speaks 5 languages?) and got killed … but chicken out when she knows the killing is for real and death is for real! leave trails
    mongolia is a damned 4th world country with no burger king!
    how could 1 chic from that poor joint become high flyers to expensive cities like Paris & deals in Euro, where EUR1=1500 Tg or equivalent to a feast at the restaurant (not gerai) in ulan bator!
    Something fishy?

  35. harrison says:

    he (Setev)must not lose his pride.-Kecilandak

    What pride does a father now have, having exhausted almost all avenue in seeking justice for her murdered daughter and I don’t quite see any chance of success (even damages in far smaller amounts of compensation awarded to the plaintiff for the defendats’ liability) in Mr. Setev’s RM1million class lawsuit against the Government of Malaysia and it’s agencies.

    I understand the Government of Malaysia has seek to have Mr. Sharibuu posted a RM1million security deposit in the said court case.

    THat’s why Mr. Sharibuu is appealing to the PM for some form of relief, and earlier Sharibuu’s attorney, Karpal Singh has urged the Government of Malaysia to settle this matter out of court by compensating the family of the late Altantuya.

    When one is at the other’s mercy of others, this is the normal action one would take knowing that there is nothing one can do.

    How many Malaysians have suffered persecution under the BN regime to date?

    Like someone mentioned here, not only the true perpetrators are responsible for the “murder-most-foul” of Ms. Altantuya Sharibuu, but the voters who sent this rogue BN regime to power in the elections may be held liable to a certain extent.

    Wait till you suffer such fate or anew.

  36. planet69 says:

    If the justice system here fails to act, couldn’t the french do something?
    After all, the french are very much involved as we (Malaysia) are.
    Is the Altantuya story as widely reported in France as it is covered here through the MSM and non-MSM (blogs)

  37. davis says:

    Non The issue is not whether Mongolia is a 4th world country or not. It is not about its currency either. The issue before us is justice. A person has been murdered in our country.Have the authorities taken all the necessary action to acertain who did the killing, the intent and who ordered the killing? The whole world including Malaysians want to know. Will we ever know?

  38. md din says:

    Well deserved reward for altantuya, prostitute and CIA agent doing a job for DSAI. A job well done for the police personnel who carried out the extermination of foreign agent out to undermine Malaysia’s security.Your sacrifice for Malaysia will be forever rememberted. For those who sympathise with altantuya, you are traitors and deserved to be blownup too. ha ha ha..

  39. Iskandar Mustapha says:

    I dare Najib and Roast Mah go to Mongolia, either for a private holiday or on official visit.

  40. AB LIM says:

    **For those who symphatise with altantuya,you are traitors and deserved to be blownup to. ha ha ha..**-md din @ mad cibai
    ********************************************
    puki mak han kaliamput…otak udang..10 ceng…sampah masyarakat…malu jadi orang Malaysia…pi jadi binatag…buto u mad cibai…nanti kena bom nuklear u baru tau…macam sadam husein takut macam anjing…kaliamput cibai

  41. davis says:

    PROSTITUTE… md din, you are saying the leader is socialising with a prostitute.

  42. Kancilandak says:

    Lokman – October 6, 2009 at 11:07 am.

    Kancilandak fully agree with Lokman.. Mongolia should investigate this thoroughly as one of it citizen has be killed! And if true arrest this Alshabsbee and chuck him into prison to interoggate like Kugan was investigated! If I be the father I will leave no stone upturned..!
    Imagine if Altatuya was a Myanmarese.. do anyone think the military junta will have keep quiet?

    Friend, Anticrime, sifu Monsterball use bad word becoz he was insulted.. I read his comments everyday.. he never use bad language unless instigated..so let get on together like siblings in a family.

  43. kittykat46 says:

    That piece of Najis has a history of treating women as playthings, to be cast away when he’s had his fun.
    Unfortunately, in Altantuya’s case, “cast away” had fatal consequences.

    There will be a day of reckoning for the Najis…
    setinggi-tinggi tupai melompat..akhirnya jatuh ketanah juga…

  44. wits0 says:

    “PROSTITUTE… md din, you are saying the leader is socialising with a prostitute.” – Davis.

    What we have here is another of those fanatics so completely sucked up to that Ayrab-styled Black and White worldview because of religion and its brotherhood indoctrination.

    Thereby they utter rubbish and ridicule themselves without even realizing that. Their creed and brotherhood, right or wrong, must be defended! So much righteousness that even reason can be abandoned!

    “Imagine if Altatuya was a Myanmarese.. do anyone think the military junta will have keep quiet? ” – Kancillonton.

    Of course it would too! It shows how shallow your conclusions constantly are.

  45. Kancilandak says:

    Hee..hee I read in Malaysiakini that election commission say PR not even register as party.. hee..hee this party want to make alternate gomen..? Mr Sharibu can rest assured his daughter case will not be solved for life.

  46. Mr Bush says:

    ” Mr Sharibu can rest assured his daughter case will not be solved for life.”-Miss Kancillandak
    Miss Kancil,you should read my lip,very soon like Mad Iraqi Saddam rain of fire from the above and if you have a small girl,make sure she do not go to Mongolia.Hope you will heed my advice.

  47. R4Os says:

    Despite all the clues that surfaced so far, we can’t do anything to let justice prevail bcoz the prime suspect is now the most powerful person who controls and manipulates all Gomen machineries and resources, including the Police Dept, the Attorney Dept, the Justice Dept, the Immigration Dept, etc., but to rub more salts in, there are so many idiots who want the burden of proofs to be on the whistle-blowers? How is this possible when they have the whole Gomen machinery stacking up against them? Look at what happened to RPK, he has to run for his life, or else he may end up like Kugan…! and those idiots (about 50% of Malaysian voters to be exact!) still shamelessly support the prime suspect as the PM, with the excuse that there is no dead-set evidence against him, hence justice can take a backseat…

    What kinda education these idiots received? from their school teachers or from their religious teachers? Shame on them!

  48. Mr Bush says:

    R40s my friend,do not worry because like this Iraqi Mad Dog Saddam Hussein!You can see how this military might teach this mad dog leader’s a big lesson? Don’t feel bad,they will get their lesson very soon.

  49. Mr Bush says:

    We are watching and we are together to fight crime for humanity.
    ”Truth Will Prevail”

  50. wermalaysians says:

    “The fact that France receive our PM and Kak Rosmah with open arms go to shows that France dont have anything aginst Malaysian PM.”…kancil

    Why won’t the french welcome the 2 with open arms when there’s money to be made. Truly scumbags!

  51. Nice Lim says:

    Yes,Monsterball get our full support…you are full of guts…bravo…we are always around for you.

  52. razakstinks says:

    “PROSTITUTE… md din, you are saying the leader is socialising with a prostitute.”

    The leader is a prostitute………….in his father`s footsteps

  53. razakstinks says:

    Malaysia’s GDP per capita in 2007 was US$13,518 (RM46,495), compared to Botswana’s US$13,604.
    We’re not as good as Botswana

  54. wits0 says:

    “We’re not as good as Botswana”

    We only have “Boat-ke-mana(?)” and mighty PROUD about that!

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    Tue | Oct 06, 09 | 11:59:58 am MYT

    KUALA LUMPUR, 6 Okt: Sebuah badan bukan kerajaan NGO, Perikatan Belia Bersatu Malaysia (PEMBELA) menawarkan sejumlah RM 1000 kepada sesiapa sahaja yang memiliki gambar Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim ditumbuk pada hari penamaan calon Pilihanraya Kecil Bagan Pinang Sabtu lalu.
    http://www.harakahdaily.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=22702&Itemid=50

  56. uzdeks says:

    When ‘technical matter’ becomes taboo?

    Malaysiakini reports:

    At least two Chinese-language dailies have been ordered not to report on Isa Samad’s suspension from Umno, after he was found guilty of buying votes during the party polls in 2004.

    … Malaysiakini learnt that the Home Ministry issued the instruction verbally, but was unable to verify this.

    However, a source in a Chinese daily said the ban prevents any mention of Isa’s suspension in either news reports or commentaries.

    “The reason given was that the suspension is a widely known old fact and that Isa has already been punished. As such, it would be best to let the voters to decide for themselves,” said the source.

  57. fingerpoint says:

    “Remember the issue of Altantuya. If someone else does something wrong, it is government officials that will be blamed. If someone else may have done something wrong, it is security personnel that will become the victims,” Salahuddin told a press conference here today.

    Salahuddin was referring to Altantuya’s controversial death where two special action squad officers Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri and Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar were found guilty of her murder and sentenced to death in April.
    http://mt.m2day.org/2008/content/view/27551/84/#jc_writeComment

  58. najibmustdie says:

    Najib – Leader of a democratic country but megalomaniac in nature!
    http://romerz.blogspot.com/2009/10/leader-of-democratic-country-but.html

  59. najibmustdie says:

    Indonesian present for Big Banger Najis Tong Rosak….

    Tuesday October 6, 2009 MYT 1:49:00 PM
    Indonesian navy to be equipped with guided missiles

    JAKARTA: Navy Chief of Staff Admiral Tedjo Edhy Purdijatno said that the Navy plans to equip its patrol ships with guided missiles to increase their deterrent capability, Antara news agency reported.

    “We will increase the number of patrol ships and equip them with Chinese- and Russian-made guided missiles in stages,” he said after attending a ceremony to mark the 64th anniversary of the Indonesian military (TNI) at the TNI Headquarters here.

    “The patrol ships would be made of steel rather than fibre,” he said.

  60. Menyalak-er says:

    Fyi info, najibmustdie, our past minister of defence, ie the present dear leader was a very ardent supporter of the Frenchy guided missile Exocet. Everytime it was fired, it sort of tumbled into the sea and sunk – period. Expired goods, it seems.
    While Mr. Setev is correctly bringing up the issue of his daughter’s untimely demise, i would humbly like to bring up our dear leader’s propensity for all things French and frenched.
    What else are the French good at? The Marginot Line…

  61. kittykat46 says:

    “Malaysia’s GDP per capita in 2007 was US$13,518 (RM46,495), compared to Botswana’s US$13,604.”

    Talking of Botswana…they were once one of the very poor African countries, but today, they are African equivalent of a Tiger economy, and there is a lesson there for Malaysia.

    Botswana is one of the few examples of a “clean” African government which is run professionally.

    It also has a significant population of educated White settlers , their “Pendatangs”. One of the smart decisions they made was to offer them citizenship and full participation in their economy. I have met senior government officers and academics from the country – and quite a number are, surprisingly , White.

    That’s called making best use of your human capital, never mind if they are “Pendatangs”….
    Bolehland UMNO , on the other hand, is determined to go in the opposite direction…and our economy is going in the opposite direction….

  62. wits0 says:

    ““..The reason given was that the suspension is a widely known old fact and that Isa has already been punished. As such, it would be best to let the voters to decide for themselves,” said the source.” – uzdeks.

    Then why was news and reference about the humsup wannabe CSL’s CD-ed sex romp not similarly forbidden?

    “What else are the French good at? The Marginot Line…” – Menyalak-er.

    Telling a good story like “Beau Geste “. Having a governance that lets down its arm forces. Be surrender monky and losing many wars since Napoleon. Poor management of colonies and last to see the writing on the wall. Having probably a most stirring national anthem(like USSR).

    Guided missiles need also electronic maintenance ; its propellent has a limited shelf life and has to be changes. Expensive undertaking. Maybe someone even pocketed that allocation.

  63. wits0 says:

    ““..The reason given was that the suspension is a widely known old fact and that Isa has already been punished. As such, it would be best to let the voters to decide for themselves,” said the source.” – uzdeks.

    Then why was news and reference about the humsup wannabe CSL’s CD-ed sex romp not similarly forbidden?

    “What else are the French good at? The Marginot Line…” – Menyalak-er.

    Telling a good story like “Beau Geste “. Having a governance that lets down its arm forces. Be surrender monky and losing many wars since Napoleon. Poor management of colonies and last to see the writing on the wall. Having probably a most stirring national anthem(like USSR).

    Guided missiles need also electronic maintenance ; its propellant has a limited shelf life and has to be changes. Expensive undertaking. Maybe someone even pocketed that allocation.

  64. wits0 says:

    “The reason given was that the suspension is a widely known old fact and that Isa has already been punished. As such, it would be best to let the voters to decide for themselves,” said the source.” – uzdeks.

    Then why was news and reference about the humsup wannabe CSL’s CD-ed hotel romp not similarly forbidden for mention?

    “What else are the French good at? The Marginot Line…” – Menyalak-er.

    Telling a good story like “Beau Geste “. Having a governance that lets down its arm forces. Be surrender monky and losing many wars since Napoleon. Poor management of colonies and last to see the writing on the wall. Having probably a most stirring national anthem(like USSR).

    Guided missiles need also electronic maintenance ; its propellant has a limited shelf life and has to be changes. Expensive undertaking. Maybe someone even pocketed that allocation.

  65. wits0 says:

    Neither did the Ottoman Empire flourished in its time without the role played by dhimmis, kittykat46.

  66. alex says:

    as malaysians we should start a fund at least 4 her 2 sons and put this najis 2 shame.

  67. Menyalak-er says:

    Like the Exocet, wits, our dear leader has a tendency to fly nowhere and seldom explodes – see Falklands War. Our ‘fiber’ hulled Scopenes are carrying some of them now.
    Botswans has a population of less than 2mil and plenty of diamonds – maybe a good retirement home for our soon to be retired ministers.
    Namibia has even a bigger population of whites and chinapek – lovely country where the ‘bodowi’ and buffalo roam. Nice diamond and U-238 mines too. With S.Africa, emerging as the powerhouse of African continent.
    Malaysia, 3rd place most ‘livable’ in SEA after S’pore and Brunei. Shall not compare with Myanmar yet, but soon…

  68. donut says:

    “What else are the French good at?” – Menyalak-er

    GRO Rosmah learnt well to snare najis

  69. wits0 says:

    Yes, Menyalak-er, I have long noted that these Exocets seldom explodes. Sea skimming missiles that could be sea plunging as well but bad publicity are always taboo-ed here.

  70. donut says:

    What is the hidden message behind “ANYTHING”? It is addressed only to people who are in the “loop” (I was reliably informed by my source)…..people who could do damage to the UMNO chosen-one Isa?
    http://malaysiakini.com/v6/link.php?http%3A%2F%2Fzorro-zorro-unmasked.blogspot.com%2F2009%2F10%2Fhow-you-interpret-this-is-all-up-to-you.html

  71. najisrosmah says:

    Can the MCA and the Chinese accept Chua Soi Lek’s misconduct as a ‘technical matter’? After all, he did it with only an old friend and he has paid for his deeds by resigning (many Malaysians have expressed their disdain for Chua Soi Lek to be a leader again).

    Can we appoint the chief Ah Longs, Mona Fendis, Cina Tengkus, the big ‘tai ko’ in town (some of them ‘Datuks’) as ministers in our country? Why not, by the standard the PM has proclaimed.
    http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/114342

  72. Menyalak-er says:

    C’mon, CSL case is really ‘technical’ mah – caught with his barangs hanging out by a technological gizmo! What he does, or doesn’t do with his own anatomical gadgetry is not any of my technological business. It has no moral nor ethical meaning to me, cuz the entity to which he belongs to, has and is not in my Reality.

    Someone once said: “When one cannot be trusted with little, he cannot be trusted for more.” This apophorism is supposedly anachrostic and downright unpopular with the powers to be. So now we come to a moral dilemma as to whether Altantunya was “real”… If so, then the person who carried the crime and his agent provocater is to be trusted for ‘more’…

  73. green says:

    Tuesday October 6, 2009 MYT 5:44:00 PM
    Candidates for high posts in Umno must be respected figures: Hisham

    That explains why lesser figures like Isa need not be respected figures…otoh najis, lembumudin dan lain2 are not respected by half the country

  74. wits0 says:

    “Chua Soi Lek’s misconduct as a ‘technical matter’?”

    The first automatic presumption from the average decent guy or gal is that this is just an isolated incident and a single one. But how do we know that it hasn’t been a serial one with different partners? A sort of obsessive compulsive behaviour like many in high places.

    In any case, how could he be so easily “ambushed” by his enemies had they not known his modus operandi. So it simply can’t compute as a single isolated happening.

  75. green says:

    “So it simply can’t compute as a single isolated happening.”

    Even maybe with MACC boss the 2 bargers was into child porn

  76. wits0 says:

    “This apophorism is supposedly anachrostic and downright unpopular with the powers to be.” – Menyalak-er.

    Of course it must be for they are gods amongst lesser humans and never subjected to the same judgement in Bugarooland.

  77. Pegasus says:

    PROSTITUTE… md din, you are saying the leader is socialising with a prostitute.

    davis – October 6, 2009 at 2:41 pm

    Its people like md din who have allowed their soul & minds to be prostituted and having themselves sodomised by the umno regimes..these fellas can’t think straight..as they are already paralysed mentally…
    We feel for the anguish Mr Setev going through… there are alot of unaswered question in Altantuya’s death..which we might not see the daylight…hopefully there is miracle…that will expose the culprit behind the killing…not the 2 police scapegoats…sooner or later Naif have to speak..and the fat lady will start singing….!

  78. cruiser says:

    This has definitely gotta be the “pride and joy” of Isa – the Wisma Punca Emas, which is apparently a famous drug addicts’ haunt. I vaguely remember a notice put up at the onset of the project saying that it was supposed to be a quite tall …. 20 or 28 floors. It was the old Location for SPI – St. Paul’s Institution. Yes my friends – the pace of development in Seremban was like Dubai on steroids, and they had to acquire these lands from the heritage sites like the Convent and SPI.
    http://cruzinthots.blogspot.com/2009/10/development-of-mr-isa-aka-umnos.html

  79. Klingon says:

    The motive for Altantuya’s death was reportedly twofold: EUR 500,000 she wished to claim as her share of the “commission,” and the public embarrassment caused to Baginda’s marriage after she tried to collect. The kidnapping was carried out by by agents of the Malaysian Special Branch police, in broad daylight, in front of Baginda’s house, with witnesses present. Malaysian sources have not published full details, but media organizations outside of Malaysia have.

    On March 16/09 the case took another turn when Malaysia’s ruling party suspended an opposition lawmaker for a year, after he called Razak a murderer and demanded that he answer questions about his role in the affair.

    As is usually true in these operations, it’s the small details that matter. The entire wet operation apparently gave insufficient consideration to the payment of Altantuya Shaariibuu’s cab fare. Somewhere, a cadre of retired Bulgarian KDS professionals are shaking their heads, and wondering what’s wrong with the kids today.

  80. anticrime says:

    Yo! Kecilotak, you don’t teach me what to do. You are as stupid as your comments and you don’t realise that intellectuals are spitting on your face. You can keep your skunk of a fishfood or fishball in your soup for all you want. To me it stinks.

  81. R4Os says:

    ““Malaysia’s GDP per capita in 2007 was US$13,518 (RM46,495), compared to Botswana’s US$13,604.”–razakstinks

    See the 2008 ranking below, not only Botswana, other African nations like Gabon, Equitorial Guinea, Libya and Seychelles also get higher GDP than M’sians, and others like Angola, S. Africa are catching up too. Only few years ago, our ministers still had the bragging rights to tell us how lucky M’sians were compared to the African nations, but now, what say u?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GDP_(PPP)_per_capita

  82. […] Dad reminds Najib of his stake in the Altantuya affair This must be the second time that Mr Setev Shaariibuu misses Najib Razak. Shaariibuu was at the Parliament in 2008, […] […]

  83. equaliser says:

    See this:

    http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/photo.php?pid=3249429&id=655612336

    I’m so embarrassed to be a Malaysian!!

  84. kittykat46 says:

    For BN, and UMNO , especially, the Law is just a technical matter.
    UMNO is above the law…

    The only way to bring this Outlaw to book is if the voters kick them out through the ballot box.

    Kind of sad watching the Isa love-fest going on in Port Dickson.
    Felt like vomiting watching the Orange-T-Shirt Makkal Sakthi goons parroting BN slogans…weren’t Orange T-Shirts and Arrest-on-Sight offence for the police just a few months ago ?

    Is this a harbinger of GE13 ? Don’t know ….Maybe we deserve this BN government….
    Australia is looking very attractive right now…

  85. Kancilandak says:

    Kittykat46,

    Makal Sakti are our indian brothers who mind is clear now.. Tharithiran knows the only way for indian future is to aline with umno.. now that without Sammyvellu interfierance.. makal sakti has direct access to the PM.

  86. jubal says:

    In contrast, a Malay resident, who declined to be named, cautioned against overestimating the strength of BN in the area.

    “Our votes are secret, so if people say they vote for Barisan, don’t just believe it. How would we know, in their hearts, who they would choose? Don’t say everyone here votes BN. In this area, both sides have put up their flags,” she said.
    http://mt.m2day.org/2008/content/view/27557/84/

  87. baganpinang says:

    PR merely needed to convince an additional 1,200 voters to wipe out BN’s Azman Mohammad Noor’s 2,333-vote majority in the constituency in the 2008 general election.

    “Judging from PR’s track record in by-elections, getting an extra 1,000 or more votes is within its reach. BN has also tried hard to win in by-elections but have lost (in the peninsula),” ……..
    “I can’t agree more with Tun Dr Mahathir (Mohamad). Fielding Isa would split public opinion,” he added.
    http://www.theedgemalaysia.com/political-news/150044-uphill-battle-for-pr-in-bagan-pinang-indian-votes-crucial.html

  88. pinangnobagan says:

    PORT DICKSON, Oct 7 — Alleging that hundreds of postal voters are also ordinary registered voters, PAS today said it will seek a court order to postpone polling for the Bagan Pinang by-election scheduled for this Sunday.

    Speaking to reporters at the media briefing today, PAS vice-president Salahuddin Ayub said the party will first meet the Election Commission (EC) this afternoon.

    “This afternoon we will meet the Election Commission to demand a clean-up of the electoral roll,” he said.

    “If the EC does not do so we will not hesitate to take legal action, we will get our legal team to seek a court injunction to postpone polling,” he added.
    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com.my/index.php/malaysia/39647-pas-to-seek-court-order-to-postpone-polls

  89. pinangnobagan says:

    “He said he regretted that some ex-servicemen did not change their status from postal voters to ordinary voters once they leave the armed forces.”
    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/index.php/malaysia/39650-ex-servicemen-urged-to-vote
    ————————————————-

    Someone voting on their behalf la

  90. JEFFRY BONG says:

    I am in total consensus with Mr IKON, however billauchris has his own privilege opinions.The history is so well imprinted in everybody mind.

  91. mtbrogue says:

    Lets face it… we can hide any information we want. Even if it were Obama’s daughter… Najis would still get away with it !

  92. md din says:

    Altantuya might look like an angel but really was a devil in disguise. You people who are making a big fuss about Altantuya’s death are traitors and shoul be blown with her too. ha ha ha.Setev is just after money, lots of money. Actually he deserves what he deserves for raising a prostitute cum CIA/AI agen to undermine BN. I am pleased that Altantuya is now suffering in hell.Blown to pieces in this world and being punished in hell lah he.he.he.If true Nagib is involved, then we need Malays like him who will do anything to protect Malays and ketuanan Melayu. Look At AI, he wallop peoples backdoor and jokers like you strongly believes he is innocent, eventhough found guilty. See what a great leader he is. He put Pigs and cowheads in his pocket and they are happy with him. Even the Jaga tried to dislodge him, also failed. TGNA sidelined his religion to grant guru status to GKrisnan and Nga , and ask PAS followers to listen to their preaching. So donot talk about devils, you are one of them too. Ha ha ha.

  93. ponpon says:

    Story is not over until Najis Tong Rosak is hanging by his balls

  94. hamidi says:

    Video pendedahan ekslusif penggunaan ilmu hitam, gangster, serta pembunuhan altantuya yang dikaitkan dengan Rosmah Mansor

  95. davis says:

    md din. How do you know she was a prostitute? Were you one of her clients? Does your religion teach you to censure someone who has passed on? I am sure Islam does not. May we know your faith?

  96. Nice Lim says:

    Just a waste of saliva talking to mad dog,it’s not nice to censure someone who has passed on.I use to be nice to most wise peoples in this blog but not this mad dog,full of contagious disease.

  97. samadoraemon says:

    “but not this mad dog,full of contagious disease.”

    Kid with rabies

  98. Avvit says:

    She had nothing whatsoever to do with the submarine deal. Think about it, why would the French govt and the Malaysian govt get a random Mongolian to translate top secret government dealings? There isn’t even any evidence whatsoever in her proficiency in the French language. And her english wasn’t very good either.

    Also, if you had done some research, you would notice that Abdul Razak Baginda met her years and years AFTER the submarine deal. So again, she has nothing to do with the submarines.

    I think Mr Sharibuu forgot to mention that her daughter had also threatened the life of Razak Baginda’s daughter. And that ARB had given her large sums of money in USD many times during their relationship. And in her many photos circulated in the internet she was wearing and using branded items including LV bags.

  99. Look Who's Talking ? says:

    Sarkozy to Najib !
    I know what you did last summer !

    http://jelas.info/2009/10/09/najibsarkozy-i-know-what-you-did-last-summer/

    Look at me,i am serious,don’t break the young girl heart ! o.k ?

  100. wits0 says:

    “why would the French govt and the Malaysian govt get a random Mongolian to translate top secret government dealings?”

    She would, at least, have been useful enough for the initial contact/discussion about kickbacks to U-know-who, no matter her actual proficiency, with any French counterpart. This is most important, no?

  101. Avvit says:

    ??? How did you come up with that? Again, I really want to know, where do you get all this from? It’s all fictional mate. She was never ever a part of the submarine deal.

  102. wits0 says:

    “She was never ever a part of the submarine deal.”

    Then on what valid basis was she blackmailing Bag for. Bag’s marital infidelity only can be worth that much?

  103. Avvit says:

    What do you mean what valid basis? Did you not follow the trial? She threatened to tell ARB’s family about the two of them if he did not pay her. Are you saying that is not a reason for blackmail? Or that the amount she blackmailed him for is too much?

    Anyway, ARB informed his family about their relationship. So she had nothing on him. Which is why he too had no motive for killing her, or planning her death. His plan was just to wait for her to run out of money, then return to where she came from.

    She might have found out about the submarine deal, but it was much later on, after the deal was concluded. She then used that against ARB, i.e. she started to tell lies to everyone (examples of her lies are that she told the cab driver that her parents are dead, and later in a note to ARB she stated that her father sent her to Malaysia to blackmail him … all this came up during the trial) by saying she was part of the deal, just to squeeze out more money from him. And her friends who testified in court also sang to the same tune, saying that Altantuya was part of the submarine deal. Again, just for the sole purpose of getting public sympathy and gaining more money out of the whole fiasco.

    But at the end of the day, as I mentioned earlier, it just does not add up that she was part of the deal. Even the timing is off. Years off.

  104. wits0 says:

    The trial is a high level fiasco because no one asked the question of “WHY” she was killed. No one wants to know. Why?

    “ARB informed his family about their relationship” – that’s just what he said. We all know that Brutus was also an honorable man!

  105. Avvit says:

    Well then I see that nothing has changed from then till now. No matter what I say you and the rest of the masses will believe what you want to believe, despite the truth being so obvious.

    All the best in your future undertakings.

  106. Look Who's Talking ? says:

    “???How did you come up with that?”
    Look,someone dear to an old man died in Malaysia,blast to pieces using C4 grade @%#*^ whose fault? not you and not me either,but we are respected Malaysian.Do not try to play God ! Do you really know ? Are you there ? Who was behind all this evil ? Why and how can this happen ? Was those two ARB bodyguard innocent or just a scapegoat and who actually behind this cruel murder ? Actually who threaten who ?

  107. wits0 says:

    “All the best in your future undertakings.” – avvit.

    And yours too!

    Oftentimes the masses are more astute than credited with but sometimes they can’t quickly get their acts together against bad governance.

  108. davis says:

    In a murder trial, the prosecution will have to prove motive, men rea . Without motive there can be no conviction for murder.In this case, as stated by witsO we have yet to know the motive of the two police officers who murdered her. Maybe Awit knows something that we do not.

  109. JEFFRY BONG says:

    The viciousness of her killings have evoked much anger world wide and this one big supernova or rather big bang that will not fizzle out and it is an incipient decay of the whole system.Such incident will lingers on in memory and written history.
    These contagion beings is the most despicable villains in human forms as it is vicious cycle that will repeat itself to certain objectives.

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