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Saturday, August 27, 2011

‘Time to stop sloganeering’

Sulaiman Kamal | 11:41 PM | | | Best Blogger Tips



What does liberty mean to the younger generation?
PETALING JAYA: To the younger generation of Malaysians today, their understanding of Merdeka revolves around the word “liberty” and their inalienable right to think, decide and enjoy their lives.
And here’s some thoughts of the younger generation on what liberty means to them.

Threesome sex photos expose 'rape victims' as liars

Sulaiman Kamal | 11:26 PM | | | | Best Blogger Tips



Two women who claimed they were raped by the same man were exposed as liars when he showed cops photos of them enjoying a threesome.

Jennifer France, 24, and friend Kelly Weston, 27, posed for saucy snaps on Enes Gozalan's bed while having sex with him.

Primp my pride

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Brave Alex gives beauty treatment to a lion


Felinefine...Alex Larenty cools Jamu down with a water spray
DAREDEVIL Alex Larenty has a daily brush with death – as beauty therapist to a LION.
The brave trainer happily fluffs up the mane of massive maneater Jamu, as well as giving him rub-downs and a MANICURE.
Mane man ... Alex Larenty spruces up Jamu with pampering sessions
The pampering sessions are designed to make Jamu, nine, irresistible to love interest Elsa – and help them produce cubs.
Alex, 50 – originally a trucker in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire – works at a park in Johannesburg, South Africa.
A bit hairy ... Alex and Jamu share a tending moment
He said: "I use a hairspray that gives Jamu's mane a glossy sheen and hides his gingerness.
"That makes him more appealing to a mate."

59-Year-Old Guy Busted For Driving, Drinking Beer, Having Sex At Same Time

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Kentuckian George Howard is facing several criminal charges following his arrest this morning for allegedly engaging in some illegal automotive multitasking.

In Harussani's comments, signs of growing rebellion against Umno's elite

Sulaiman Kamal | 11:23 AM | | | | | Best Blogger Tips



When Perak Mufti Harussani revealed that he had met and advised Prime Minister Najib Razak on the need to address three important issues concerning widening Malay disunity, he actually let the cat out of the bag on many extremely important and key issues.
Let us review what he said.
“I said (to Najib) that the divide among Malays is caused by a weak government, corruption and lack of trust,” Harussani told a religious forum organised by Sinar Harian earlier this week.
Elaborating that the major split among Malays occurred after former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed sacked Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim from public office, Harussani also said that unlike Najib, his father Tun Abdul Razak had listened to the Perak Mufti’s advise to address three issues that were contrary to Islam.

The most terrible toxin in politics

Sulaiman Kamal | 11:05 AM | | | Best Blogger Tips



The anti-rare earth plant peaceful rally was threatened by violence, Malay right group Perkasa members openly used violence against a photographer during a rally and lawmakers have received dead threats via short messages on mobile phones.
Today, even the Home Minister has received a dead threat letter attached with two bullets. How could such terrible incident take place in Malaysia, a country being ranked 19th in the Global Peace Index (GPI), which is also the highest place among Southeast Asian countries?

Secret pacts: Time for Najib to take the stand and answer Anwar, Malaysia

Sulaiman Kamal | 10:53 AM | | | | | Best Blogger Tips



Anwar Ibrahim’s recent statement in defense of himself is indeed a damning indictment to his foes. It revealed the apparent flaws within the prosecution's case against him and also the biased nature of the courts themselves in the handling of the high-profile Sodomy II case.
Above all, it put on record the long-held suspicion of how dirty politics is in Malaysia's ruling UMNO party, to the extent that white can be turned to black and vice-versa without conscience or respect for the truth, justice and the citizens' wishes.

Over-hyped bozos running GLCs

Sulaiman Kamal | 10:19 AM | | Best Blogger Tips



The greatest disservice the government does to Malay economic advancement is the creation of government-linked companies (GLCs).
They have only served to crowd out fair competition and as a result, stifle the emergence of robust Bumi business people. They run with the Malay hares and hunt with the corporate dogs.
So, if we really understand the problem, the least damaging solution is to dismantle most of the GLCs.
That decision will only damage a small number of people but can benefit a larger number.

Harapan Komuniti receives death threat

Sulaiman Kamal | 10:13 AM | | | Best Blogger Tips



PETALING JAYA: Harapan Komuniti, the organisers of the thanksgiving dinner raided by the Selangor Religious Islamic Department (JAIS) on Aug 3, received a death threat yesterday morning.
The source who informed FMT of the incident was unable to provide any details except that the handwritten note was written in Malay and contained a warning to Christians that Muslims would not “lose”.
Harapan Komuniti lodged a police report at the Sea Park police station at about 10pm last night.
The police officer in charge confirmed this but said that details of the report were confidential.

Loan sharks drive man to attempt suicide

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A. Sacitheran, seen here with his youngest daughter Fiona, shows one of the police reports he had lodged against loan sharks threatening him.
TWO months ago, A. Sacitheran reached a point when he could no longer stand being hunted down by five different Ah Long (loan sharks) at the same time.


"They demanded RM300,000 from me. So I drank insecticide in a bid to commit suicide," said the 36-year-old father of three children, including one with Down's Syndrome.

The hardship faced by Sacitheran that led to his suicide bid was due to his involvement with illegal moneylenders who made him feel like a fugitive.


Lim Kit Siang: Najib becoming the first 'Kafkaesque' PM

Sulaiman Kamal | 1:55 AM | | | | Best Blogger Tips



Datuk Seri Najib Razak runs the risk of becoming the first Kafkaesque Prime Minister in Malaysia who does not mean what he says and does not say what he means.

“Kafkaesque” relates to or suggestive of Franz Kafka or his writings and is often applied to bizarre and impersonal administrative situations where the individual feels powerless to understand or control what is happening.
The national sigh of relief evoked by the wise and just intervention of the Yang diPertuan Agong on Monday – that the “gathering storm” in the past week over the Bersih 2.0 rally on July 9 calling for free, fair and clean elections could be dispelled – lasted only 24 hours, for it proved to be both short-lived and premature.

Petronas slams ‘distorted’ gas subsidy policy

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The continued heavy reliance on cheap gas has discouraged consumers from pursuing efficiency, says the national oil company.
KUALA LUMPUR: National oil company Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) has criticised the federal government for continuing to subside gas in a bid to woo foreign direct investments (FDIs), saying the policy was “distorted” and “inefficient”.
President and chief executive Shamsul Azhar Abbas said the continued reliance on cheap gas has not helped to encourage power producers and consumers to pursue efficiency.

Felcra cooperative illegal, accounts not audited

Sulaiman Kamal | 1:27 AM | | | Best Blogger Tips



PAS revealed that the cooperative owned by the Federal Land Consolidation and Rehabilitation Authority (Felcra) was not registered, and as such it was never subjected to any audit.
The party's National Land and Development bureau chief Mazlan Aliman said due to this, it financial management was open to abuse and frauds.

When a mufti can't meet a govt leader: 'Lu pikirlah sendiri!'

Sulaiman Kamal | 1:13 AM | | | | Best Blogger Tips



That was the spontaneous reaction from PAS's Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man (above) at a recent public forum, after fellow panelist, Perak mufti Harussani Zakaria, related his experience of being denied a meeting with Dr Mahathir Mohamad in 1998.

“When even a mufti can be snubbed, well, think about it.

"Lu pikirlah sendiri!” remarked Tuan Ibrahim, borrowing a phrase popularised by a local comedian, which prompted a roar of laughter from the audience.

He was part of the panel at the forum in Shah Alam on August 24 called "Ulama in Politics: for Da'wah or for the Party" organised by Malay dailySinar Harian 
and moderated by former Perlis mufti Dr Asri Zainul Abidin. Besides Harussani and Tuan Ibrahim, a representative from UMNO's so-called Young Ulama group, Fathul Bari Mat Jahya.

Politics destroyed our beliefs, liberty

Sulaiman Kamal | 12:32 AM | | | | Best Blogger Tips




KUALA LUMPUR: Liberty is the cornerstone of democracy, at least that’s the feeling that’s permeating the grassroots Malaysians these days.
Much has changed in this country even as we, Malaysians, journeyed through cornerstones in 1957, 1969, 1999 and 2008.
Each of these milestones – 1957′s Merdeka, 1969′s May 13, 1999′s Reformasi and 2008′s political tsunami – has left us with new knowledge, realisation and wants.
Each of these milestones has spawned new thinking which invariably has both inspired leaders and stirred insecurities within the political fraternity.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Cops too slow in fighting crime

Sulaiman Kamal | 11:55 PM | | | Best Blogger Tips




PETALING JAYA: A snatch theft and the slowness of the police to act have left a consumer activist seething, but have also inspired him to start a crime-reporting volunteer service.
The snatch happened last Wednesday morning at the Sungai Kayu Ara Shell station and the victim happened to be his wife.
Consumers Association of Subang and Shah Alam (CASSA) president Jacob George said his wife was pumping air into her car tyres when two men on a motorcycle reached over and opened one of the doors of the car, grabbed her handbag and made a quick getaway.

Caught councillors deny adulterous sex

Sulaiman Kamal | 11:18 PM | | | | Best Blogger Tips



Two district councillors in Indonesia have denied allegations they were having an affair despite the wife and daughter of the man catching the pair red-handed in a hotel room.
The denials came the wake of a public marital spat during a radio interview.
After being allegedly caught with Hellyana in a hotel room in Jakarta last Sunday by his wife and daughter, Mahadir said they were only having a discussion and were about to go to a mall in Central Jakarta to dine with colleagues.

Gaddafi’s virgin female guards unveiled

Sulaiman Kamal | 10:43 PM | | | Best Blogger Tips




Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi reportedly had a special taste for body guards by preferring only virgin females, U.S. based online news Mediaite reported.

Gaddafi, now effectively ousted, had a selected elite force in charge of his security, known as the "Amazonian Guard" or "Killer Beauties".
Those adequate to take the responsibility must be “virgins hand-picked by Gaddafi,” according to the news.
The candidates had to make oath that they would sacrifice themselves for Gaddafi and were required to remain virgins throughout their duty.
He will never tolerate them falling in love with other males.
Apparently, the "Killer Beauties" were compelled to undergo female genital cutting.
They also had to go through martial arts and firearms training before actually being dispatched.
Despite strict doctrines, the job was popular among Libyan women, Blitz reported.
Amid speculation that the force’s duties included “sexual favours,” Gaddafi claimed that the system “empowers” women, making them strong enough to protect themselves from enemies, Mediaite added.

Sulaiman Kamal | 10:26 PM | | Best Blogger Tips



An online picture of a man fondling the breasts of a woman while driving has gone viral in China.
First published on a Sichuan webiste on Monday, the image quickly captured the attention of netizens - who forwarded it to thousands of their friends.
In the image, the driver is seen steering with his left hand while fondling the breasts of a young woman seated beside him with his right hand.
It is believed that the incident was captured by a traffic surveillance camera and was then posted on the Internet by an unknown person.
The couple has become very popular since with netizens addressing the driver as Zhua Nai Ge (breasts-grabbing brother).
It is believed that the man is company manager and the woman is an undergraduate.

Zaki not extending term six months beyond retirement

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



PUTRAJAYA - Chief Justice Tun Zaki Azmi, who is set to retire as the country's top judiciary officer next month, will not extend his term beyond the mandatory retirement age.
"I promised my wife that I would not stay longer than necessary," he said.
Additionally, Zaki told Bernama in an exclusive interview that he has full confidence that his successor "will be able to run the show" just as well, if not better.

Badrul: MACC grilled an operations manager until 3am over the Rosmah ring

Sulaiman Kamal | 10:00 PM | | | | | | Best Blogger Tips



PKR leader Badrul Hisham Shahrin has dropped a bombshell in his latest blog posting. MACC officers went to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and interviewed one A Krishnan, whose name had appeared on a screenshot of the Customs database indicating First Lady Rosmah Mansor's alleged purchase of a RM24.4 million diamond ring.
However, it is not clear why the MACC interviewed the Operations Manager, whether to find out who blew the whistle on the transaction or to investigate if the ring had indeed been ordered by Rosmah and why was tax not paid on it.

Girl runs away to Kathmandu with Nepalese lover

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PADANG SERAI: Ain't no mountain high enough. A 21-year-old girl from Taman Kenangan, Sungai Karangan here is believed to have run away with her Nepalese lover to Kathmandu, her family said.

Bangladeshi men charged with killing woman, son

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



KUALA LUMPUR : Two Bangladeshi men were charged in the Ampang Magistrate's Court here today with the murders of a woman and her two-year-old son whose bodies were found cut into pieces at a condominium unit in Ampang last month.
Abd Razak Tofazzalhossain and Mmd Ripin Mondal Krndaboss are jointly charged with murdering Siti Sando, 35, at No 40, Fifth Floor, Chrsyaa Astaria Apartment Block, Taman Kosas, Ampang here between 11am and 5pm on July 29 this year.
They are also charged with with murdering two-year-old Mohd Shukri at the same place and time.
The charge, under Section 302 of the Penal Code, carries the death sentence upon conviction.

Rectal swab would show no trace of sperm

Sulaiman Kamal | 8:10 PM | | | | Best Blogger Tips



KUALA LUMPUR : A consultant molecular geneticist said he would not expect to see sperm on the rectal swab stick sample taken from Mohamad Saiful Bukhari Azlan as bacterial overgrowth would have destroyed it, the High Court here heard today.
Dr Brian Leslie McDonald (pix), 60, from Australia said this when Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s lawyer Ram Karpal Singh asked about the condition of the rectal swab stick taken on June 28, 2008.
Ram said the sample was taken from Saiful’s anus 56 hours after the alleged sodomy on June 26, sealed and kept by the investigating officer for two days (in a cabinet) in his office i.e. 48 hours at room temperature, before it was sent to the Chemistry Department for analysis.
“I personally would not see any evidence. Bacterial overgrowth would have destroyed it within 48 hours. I would not expect to see sperm,” McDonald said.

Chemistry Dept's apathy slammed: You could kill someone, says expert

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Government scientist Dr Seah Lay Hoong would have lost her job if she worked in Australia, a foreign DNA expert told Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s sodomy trial today.
Consultant molecular geneticist Dr Brian McDonald told the High Court that Dr Seah’s casual attitude in learning that two containers holding DNA samples that were likely mislabelled and doing nothing about it was a “sackable offence”.
Dr Seah is the government’s DNA expert who had allegedly told the court to give the benefit of the doubt when questions were raised over the dates on two containers holding DNA samples sent to her for analysis.

Go gracefully, Jui Meng advises Tsu Koon as Umno, even Vincent Tan attacks

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PKR vice president Chua Jui Meng has advised his former colleague Koh Tsu Koon to "go gracefully" from the BN coalition of which the 62-year Gerakan president been a member since the 1980s.
"If I were Tsu Koon, I would go gracefully. But I must also say it is not right for BN treat Tsu Koon this way. After all, he did contribute to their coalition in the past, no doubt in his own way and also in the way that they required him to," Jui Meng, a former Health minister and MCA vice president, told Malaysia Chronicle.
"The thing is, if you don't want him, just tell him so. Don't make a circus of it all and tar him until he has no dignity left. I think Tsu Koon should leave a heartless coalition like the BN. He should become an Independent or else join Pakatan. Whichever his decision, the point is, don't allow yourself to be kicked like this. It's not worth it."

It’s a hard life for 52-year-old mum with six mentally-ill children

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Doing her best: Fauziah with her six disabled children at their home at the Kampung Kolam flats Wednesday
KUALA TERENGGANU: Motherhood is hard for 52-year-old Fauziah Ngah.

Not only is she a widow after her husband died about three years ago, she has to single-handedly take care of six disabled children.

However, Fauziah is determined to fend for her brood at their small house at the Kampung Kolam flats here.
“I have to take charge of the family while taking care of them. I have to cater to their peculiar behaviour but I never complain because they are all my babies,” she said in an interview here yesterday.

Garuda denies breast exam conducted on applicants

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JAKARTA: Indonesia's national carrier, Garuda Indonesia, has denied allegations by a South Korean job applicant that male doctors were examining aspiring flight attendants' breasts to detact implants.
The airline's corporate secretary Pujobroto said the routine medical examination, which was part of the recruitment process, did not involve breast examination.

Speed limit for federal, state roads reduced

Sulaiman Kamal | 3:12 AM | | | | | Best Blogger Tips


Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha in this file picture taken on Aug 18 at the launching of Yamaha's 13th 'Balik Kampung' Highway Safety Campaign
KUALA LUMPUR : The speed limit for federal and state roads throughout the country has been reduced by 10km per hour (kmph) in a bid to ensure the safety of road users during the "balik kampung" exodus for Aidilfitri.
Transport Minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha said the speed limit for federal roads was now 80kmph from 90kmph, and that of state roads 70kmph from 80kmph.

Three arrested over murder of Japanese trader

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KUALA LUMPUR: Three foreigners have been picked up by the police in connection with the murder of a Japanese businessman in a hotel room in Jalan Selaman near here.
They were detained at a house in Taman Kosas here early yesterday morning.
According to sources, the suspects were arrested following a tip-off.
Police were investigating whether the suspects had valid travel documents. Ampang OCPD Asst Comm Amiruddin confirmed the arrests and said all three were remanded for seven days.
The hotel's housekeeping staff made the shocking discovery on Monday afternoon when they found the victim tied to a friend, a tourist, who had minor injuries.
The tourist was sent to Hospital Kuala Lumpur for a check-up.
It is believed that both the tourists were beaten before being robbed in the hotel room.
Police have recorded the statement of the victim's friend.
It was learnt that both men were jewellers who had come to the country on a business trip on Aug 20.


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