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Saturday, August 20, 2011

Doc: Shark was a Great White

Sulaiman Kamal | 11:08 PM | | | Best Blogger Tips


Experts are convinced, says
honeymoon victim Ian’s surgeon


Great White ... shark 'undoubtedly' carried out attack

EXPERTS say the shark that killed British honeymooner Ian Redmond was a fearsome Great White.

Christian Renaud, the surgeon who tried to save Ian said marine specialists quizzed him over the Seychelles attack.
He also warned the maneater will return to seek more human prey.
Christian added: "They told me it was undoubtedly a Great White Shark."
The beast that mutilated Ian as he snorkelled off a beach had killed a French tourist there days before.
And Christian, who ferried dying Ian to the beach and tried to keep him alive, said: "This shark came here to hunt. He'll come back, that's for sure."
Christian and a friend were on a catamaran 20 yards from Ian when he was mauled in front of horrified bride Gemma.

A unity government in Malaysia - impossible unless Umno changes

Sulaiman Kamal | 7:03 PM | | | | | Best Blogger Tips




There are many names and labels for it - a national unity government, a government of national unity, or a national union government. But basically, it means a broad coalition government, consisting of all parties or all major parties in the legislature or Parliament.
A unity government is also usually formed during a time of war or other national emergency, and involves the disbandment of coalitions and the setting up of a singular political entity.
In a unity government, there is no division along party lines nor any distinction of politicians but rather a single unified mind-set in governance. Truly unified governance also means there would be no such thing as a government or an opposition, just one big team.

Teen sickened after blindfold sex encounter

Sulaiman Kamal | 7:00 PM | | | | Best Blogger Tips



A NEW Zealand teen's romantic tryst with a mystery woman was revealed as a foul deception when he removed the blindfold he had been told to wear and found a tall, heavy-set man standing before him, The Dominion Post reported today.

UFO spotted over highway in England

Sulaiman Kamal | 6:43 PM | | | Best Blogger Tips



An eerie-looking UFO can be seen in our shock footage darting through the sky, close to the spot where a 'freaked out' BBC reporter saw a craft.

The stunning video shows a glowing white dot hovering over the M11 in broad daylight.

Politics of deceits and lies & why we need first world politicians

Sulaiman Kamal | 6:08 PM | | | Best Blogger Tips


Malaysians must be careful with the growing deceits, lies and dangerous allegations and unscrupulous practices in our local politics.

The government must be careful too in reacting to these allegations. The normal respond of responding harshly to those who are seen as "outsiders" or opposition symphatizer may not help the government cause to act fairly and just.

BN slammed for dragging military into politics

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There appears to be an attempt by certain quarters to drag the military into partisan politics - and this is an insult to the Agong, PAS says.

PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu, who is widely known as Mat Sabu, said such attempts smacked of demeaning the Agong as the military comes directly under His Majesty's purview.
According to Mat Sabu, the military, under the Agong and Malay sultans, has been doing a fine job protecting the country since Independence, without being involved in partisan politics.

Anyone who disgrees with BN is a criminal or a traitor

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Indeed the PM’s not so long ago war cry that UMNO will fight at all cost – even over crushed bodies and broken bones - to remain in power, is increasingly being observed to the letter. Today, Malaysians are being inundated with all kinds of threats, intimidation and strong-arm tactics to a point where we cannot anymore differentiate truth from lies.
And when truth and lies become clouded with political party priorities and ambitions, a society collapses into the trenches of socio-political and economic failures. The beneficiaries will of course be only those who wield control over the masses.

Esso's fire sale: Are Dr M's sons shuffling national assets, asks Anwar

Sulaiman Kamal | 5:35 PM | | | | Best Blogger Tips



The recent acquisition of Esso’s downstream assets in the country by Phillipines’ San Miguel Corp should catch the public’s attention on a few accounts.
The disclosed total consideration of USD610 million that is below Esso Malaysia’s current market value has sent its shares tumbling by 18% yesterday. While the sum may have been a bona fide amount decided on commercial grounds, the interest of minority shareholders took a beating when the deal prompted such a huge drop in share price.

Woman's body odour leads to divorce

Sulaiman Kamal | 5:24 PM | | | | Best Blogger Tips



Li Fan and Cheng Yuanyuan fell in love the moment their eyes met at a gathering arranged by a friend in China last year.
After dating for a year, the couple from Jiangsu province tied the knot but their happiness lasted for only half a day.
On their first night together, Li Fan detected a foul odour as he slept on the bed beside his wife.
He asked Cheng if the smell was from her, but she denied it at first and admitted to having a problem with body odour later.
Her answer also made Li Fan understand why Cheng had always kept him waiting for hours on their dates.
"Whenever I asked her whey she was late, she would say she was putting on make up but now I know the answer.
"She was trying hard to cover up her body odour!" said the angry Li Fan, who felt he was cheated.
On seeing her husband's reaction, Cheng took her belongings and returned to her parents' home.
The couple has not met since.
Two months after the marriage, Li Fan filed a divorce from Cheng at a court in Wuxi.


Sulaiman Kamal | 3:59 PM | | | Best Blogger Tips



BRISBANE'S brightest tech-heads have joined forces to create "the next big" social network to take on internet giants Twitter, Facebook and Google.

Kondoot - a social network based around live streaming video - was launched quietly last month and already is making a splash on the web.

Users from more than 100 countries have signed up, with most interest from the US.

Take your pick: Electric chair or injection?

Sulaiman Kamal | 3:53 PM | | Best Blogger Tips



JARRATT, Virginia - Behind a blue curtain, the electric chair patiently waits its turn to take a life, but on this night in a chamber of a Virginia prison, murder convict Jerry Jackson dies by the needle.
"Fifteen days prior to execution, the inmate is asked which execution method he chooses," explains David Bass at the Greensville Correctional Center. "He may choose between the electric chair and the lethal injection." For the most part, Bass says, "they prefer the injection."
The man in the dark suit and speaking in a soft southern twang is all too aware that most of America's death row inmates pick the poison over the pulse of electrocution.
Sulaiman Kamal | 3:24 PM | | | | | Best Blogger Tips



SHAH ALAM - A wealthy widow woke up with more than just a hangover after an intimate night with a foreign Casanova when he drugged her and stole all her jewellery.
The businesswoman, who is in her 30s, had met up with the man, a foreigner claiming to be an Australian, at the LCCT in Sepang on Aug 11.
The woman had initially met the man in online chatrooms.

Ex-CID chief suspects Tajudin is being bailed out by Daim

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Prime Minister Najib Razak should rethink any kind of settlement with Tajudin Ramli or directing the government-linked companies (GLCs) to withdraw all pending law suits against the former Malaysia Airlines chief.
Former Kuala Lumpur CID chief Mat Zain Ibrahim said this was to ensure that the interests of the public are preserved, and not that of Tajudin or other politically-linked personalities.
“I feel there are 'hidden hands and old players' at work in the Malaysia Airlines scandal, and who are again involved in the recent 'merger' of MAS and AirAsia.

September a worrying month for Najib as Scorpenes probe pick up pace

Sulaiman Kamal | 12:35 AM | | | | | Best Blogger Tips



Nine years ago in 2002, when current Prime Minister Najib Razak was defense minister, Malaysia ordered two diesel-electric Scorpene attack submarines from French shipbuilder DCNS as part of a naval upgrade. This singular event has since set off a chain of consequences that have culminated into a sensational story of corruption, murder and sex befitting a paperback blockbuster novel.
An upcoming investigation into the 2002 deal by a French appointed investigative judge aims to “get at the truth surrounding the commisions”, according to human rights activist group Voice of the Malaysian People (Suaram) director Kua Kia Soong.

Soldiers who expose votes cheating are patriots not traitors, Gen Zulkifeli told

Sulaiman Kamal | 12:10 AM | | | | Best Blogger Tips



The Armed Forces chief General Zulkifeli Mohd Zin has got it all wrong when he hit out against former military personnel for exposing electoral fraud in past general elections in the manipulation of postal votes as an act of betrayal and questioned their loyalty to the armed forces.

Friday, August 19, 2011

Four army officers give damning confession of electoral fraud

Sulaiman Kamal | 11:54 PM | | | Best Blogger Tips



Four former army officers have appeared in public in yet another damning exposure of the country's electoral system, this time in the management of the highly controversial 'postal votes' which have long been considered the Barisan Nasional's vote bank.
At a press conference yesterday organised by PAS Youth's Central Democracy Restoration and Mobilisation unit, the four said they were once instructed by their superiors to mark thousands of postal ballots on behalf of other officers and their spouses.

Who’s calling the shots: Najib or Muhyiddin?

Sulaiman Kamal | 11:39 PM | | Best Blogger Tips



One moment, the Prime Minister surprised almost everyone when he suddenly proposed to form a parliamentary selection committee (PSC) to seek consensus over electoral reforms, in tacit concession to the heated demand spearheaded by Bersih 2.0.
But next moment – barely 48 hours later – he backtracked by saying that there is nothing wrong with the present electoral system, and that he only proposed the PSC because the agitators demanded for reforms.
Such flip flop coming from the flip-flop prone Premier Najib Razak should not have raised any eyebrow, if not for the lightning speed with which he made the reverse turn in apparent deference to his deputy DPM Muhyiddin Yassin who publicly contradicted his boss by saying that Malaysian elections have always been above board, and that the PM’s proposed PSC is only for the purpose of fine tuning the electoral process.

Perkasa: The saviour of the Malays

Sulaiman Kamal | 11:28 PM | | | Best Blogger Tips



SATIRE Perkasa is right. Malays need help. We still got problems cannot solve. Until solved not wise to implement meritoclacy. Malays in this country is 60%, chinese only 25% and Indians 7%. The rest are bumiputras from east Malaysia and new citizens from Indonesia, Bangladesh, Cambodia etc.
We implore non Malays please understand. It’s true, we still weak, need more crutches until one day we can stand on two feet. Before government develop towns and cities. Non malays mostly stay cities and benefit from government. Also before, government help chinese businessmen, as cannot trust Malay entrepreunership, so today chinese in Malaysia many millioniares, even top five richest in Malaysia is Chinese!!

Sex or not, Baginda to go head to head with Ummi in RM100 mil lawsuit

Sulaiman Kamal | 11:19 PM | | | | Best Blogger Tips



A businessman, who insists that he had sex with Malaysia's most glamorous political 'villianess' Ummi Hafilda, has decided to go head to head with her on a RM100 million defamation suit she slapped on him earlier this year.
Baginda @ Nor Azman Abdullah, who was Ummi's former business partner, applied to set aside her claim against him. His lead counsel Yusmadi Yusoff confirmed the application was filed at the High Court civil registry via e-filing on Friday.
"I hope the court will hear us first before hearing the application by the plaintiff," Yusmadi told High Court judge VT Singham.

Tony Fernandes completes 66% stake purchase in QPR

Sulaiman Kamal | 2:20 AM | | | Best Blogger Tips



LONDON - Queens Park Rangers (QPR) says Tan Sri Tony Fernandes has completed his takeover of the English Premier League club.
Fernandes gained a 66% stake in the London club Thursday by buying out F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone and former Renault F1 team principal Flavio Briatore.

Pakatan to consider boycotting polls committee

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KUALA LUMPUR - The federal opposition may not participate in Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s parliamentary select committee (PSC) on electoral reforms if it does not meet its expectations.
After the prime minister said last night that his decision to form the panel was to “satisfy” the opposition, Pakatan Rakyat (PR) lawmakers have told The Malaysian Insider that the administration has so far “ridden roughshod” over the public’s demands for electoral reforms by proceeding with the panel without consulting other parties.

Woman gets lewd messages after job interview

Sulaiman Kamal | 2:05 AM | | | Best Blogger Tips



She went for a job interview to become a childcare teacher - but ended up with an offer for sex instead.
The woman,who wanted to be known only as Zakia, 26, was on the receiving end of lewd text messages from an administrator of a childcare centre in Aljunied after she turned down the teaching job offer.
Miss Zakia, who has a three-year-old daughter, first met the 40-year-old man at the centre on Aug 3 for a one-to-one interview with him. The interview lasted five minutes.

100,000 instant citizenships: Can Pakatan still hope to win GE-13

Sulaiman Kamal | 1:56 AM | | | Best Blogger Tips



Nearly a week has passed since PAS vice president Husam Musa lambasted the government over the disclosure that 100,000 foreigners were given citizenships by the National Registration Department so as to qualify them as voters. As usual, not a single sound has come back from the Election Commission or Prime Minister Najib Razak despite insisting he was sincere to get to root of the votes fraud problem.
Strange that Najib is willing to set up a bi-partisan Parliamentary Select Committee but not ready to order an immediate probe, which should be simpler, to look into this seismic fraud allegation.
Husam had said Bangladeshis and Chinese were also among those who submitted their forms and were not subjected to any background checks, adding that the "conspiracy has placed the country in danger".

World's fattest woman at 52 STONE... and she's guzzling grub to be heaviest EVER

Sulaiman Kamal | 1:48 AM | | | | Best Blogger Tips



Record caker ... Susanne Eman in bid to become the fattest woman ever

MOUNTAINOUS mum Susanne Eman scoffs more than 20,000 calories a day in a bid to become the fattest woman of all time.

She weighs 52st - and is aiming to hit 115st.
The single mother of two has already passed the previous living record holder - 50st Donna Simpson, 43, of New Jersey, US.
Amazingly, her shape is a TURN-ON for some men and she models for super-size websites. Susanne, 32, said: "The bigger I get, the better I feel. I feel confident and sexy.
"Two years ago I hit 35st and noticed I had actually started attracting more men. It made me feel good. My goal is to be 57st by the end of the year. I should be 115st by age 41 or 42.

Philippines says police officer suspect in killing of Norwegian

Sulaiman Kamal | 12:55 AM | | | | Best Blogger Tips


Norwegian teenager Mikael Troy Johansen Rasay was fatally shot
outside a Manila bar. Photograph: AP
Mikael Troy Johansen Rasay, from Oslo and of Filipino ancestry, shot by off-duty officer in brawl outside bar, officials say

An off-duty police officer is the main suspect in the killing of an 18-year-old Norwegian tourist of Filipino descent outside a bar in a Manila suburb where he tried to stop a fight, the chief investigator said on Wednesday.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Take action against Saiful for TV3 interview, Karpal tells judge

Sulaiman Kamal | 8:23 PM | | | | | Best Blogger Tips



Lead counsel for Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim Karpal Singh has called on trial judge to act against sodomy complainant Saiful Bukhari Azlan for breaching rules after he gave an interview to TV3, wherein he spoke about the sodomy case and how it had affected him..
"I think the judge should do something. Judges have a duty, you know, on the spot, to issue a show cause letter. I think that is what the judge should do," said Karpal to reporters at the court complex in Jalan Duta.

Armed Forces chief warns staff: It is treachery to expose votes cheating

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In a bid to head off more revelations of votes cheating, Armed Forces chief General Zulkifeli Mohd Zin put on his fiercest face and warned that it was "treachery" for staff to blow the whistle on their bosses.
In a rare public statement issued on Thursday, Zulkifeli also rebuked "irresponsible parties" for implicating the armed forces and its personnel in corrupt voting procedures.

Mustafa says it again: It was Umno behind the JAIS-DUMC row

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PAS secretary-general Mustafa Ali reiterated that he has proof UMNO was behind the JAIS raid into the Damansara Utama Methodist Church, where JAIS had gate-crashed an AIDS charity dinner, insisting that Muslims attendees were being proselytized by the organiser and church officials.
His revelation made public earlier this week sparked a hue and cry amongst Selangor UMNO supporters, frantic not to have the incident boomerang as has happened in the past resulting in a loss of confidence.

Buying positive publicity: UK regulator now on Najib's deal with FBC media

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Prime Minister Najib Razak's government has come under fire for trying to shield him against a scandal that is threateng to rock the international media and plunge the country into further shame.

Nik Nazmi, a fast-rising author and a lawmaker in the Malaysian opposition coalition, warned that UK communications regulator, Ofcom, was already launching its own investigation into claims of bias and bribery at FBC Media. The FBC is a small UK firm employed by Najib and Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud to produce positive propaganda about themselves in a bid to deceive global audiences into a false perception about their leadership.

‘Weak’ Najib vs ‘disobedient’ Muhyiddin

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Kita president Zaid Ibrahim says that all is not well in Putrajaya and warns the premier that he may see a repeat of the coup that sent his predecessor packing.

KUALA LUMPUR: Kita president Zaid Ibrahim suggested the possibility of a rift between Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak and his deputy Muhyiddin Yassin since the latter consistently contradicted the premier’s policies.
The former Umno law minister said voters could see Najib’s leadership as weak following the failure to discipline Muhyiddin’s open display of inconsistencies.
“Someone asked me if there is a power struggle going on in Umno right now. I said no, only in the Cabinet. This poser was perhaps brought about by the way Muhyiddin skilfully contradicted Najib on several important issues,” said Zaid in a statement today.

No way to gay’s big day, say pastors

Sulaiman Kamal | 12:53 PM | | | Best Blogger Tips


PETALING JAYA - Several pastors have condemned their gay counterpart Rev Ou Yang Wen Feng’s (pic) upcoming marriage and want the authorities to ensure he does not hold a wedding reception in Malaysia.

Najib's PSC is a ploy to undermine and sideline Bersih: Pakatan must reject it

Sulaiman Kamal | 12:21 PM | | | | | | Best Blogger Tips



Prime Minister Najib Razak's recent announcement to set up a Parliamentary Select Committee to review the electoral process in the country took everyone by surprise. It was cautiously welcomed by the Pakatan Rakyat, Bersih and Transparency International, although many were also sceptical about its true motives.
But isn’t it a little too late for Najib to start implementing reforms? Something is wrong, and as the latest events have shown, the doubters and naysayers have been proven right once again.
Since 2009 when he took over from Abdullah Badawi, Malaysians have not seen his promised reforms being carried out or showing any result, except for 1Malaysia, which in the end was also found out to be another hollow trick.

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