Friday, November 21, 2008

Razak Baginda turns spokesman for Najib

"He will make a good PM"

After being released recently Abdul Razak Baginda is now a spokesman for soon-to-be PM Najib Tun Razak. Declaring that he has been friends all this while with Najib, Abdula Razak says that Najib has never met murdered Mongolian model Altantuya whom Abdul Razak was put in jail for. It just goes to show how important whom your friends are in this country or is it because they share the same Razak in their names??

Time to fly off to Britain and lay low for some time.

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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

RPK to continue his good work of nation building

Unfazed after being unjustly imprisoned RPK vows to continue his fight

On Friday, High Court judge Justice Syed Ahmad Helmy Syed Ahmad freed Raja Petra after finding that his two-year detention order under the ISA was unlawful.

When asked if the police had informed him why he was detained, Raja Petra replied they told him it was because he had insulted Islam through an article which demeaned Prophet Muhammad and also because of another article entitled “Let’s send Altantuya’s murderer to hell.”

“The strange thing is, I am already being charged under the Sedition Act for the article on Altantuya, but I was also detained under the ISA for writing it.

“Do they want to charge me or do they want to detain me. I don’t understand.”

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Guinness World Record For Most Corruption Reports Submitted (Malaysia Boleh!)

UMNO looks set to enter the Guinness World Record Books For Most Corruption Cases Reported
PUTRAJAYA: The Umno disciplinary board has been asked to speed up its investigations into the 900 complaints of money politics it has received so that those found guilty would not be able to contest in the party polls next March.

Yeah! We have 900 complaints now!

Umno secretary-general Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor said this was decided in a recent meeting between himself, disciplinary board chairman Tan Sri Tengku Ahmad Rithaudeen and party president Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

“The President stressed to us that if possible, we should speed up the probes into these cases so that those found guilty of indulging in money politics would not be able to contest.

“Those who have been elected into their posts will have to step down or acquisce with the disciplinary board’s findings and directives,” he said, adding that the board was also working together with the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) on investigation into complaints of money politics received during the party’s division meetings.

In the last party polls, Tan Sri Mohd Isa Samad, the former Federal Territories Minister, had contested and won a vice-president post before being subsequently found guilty of money politics by the board. He was stripped of all his party posts.

Tengku Adnan was commenting on a statement by Umno deputy president Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak that more than 900 complaints had been received so far.

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JR: Maybe they can also enter Ripley's Believe It Or Not?

Ramon Navaratnam: UMNO's money politics will ruin the nation

Abdullah Badawi: Bribery in UMNO out of control