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Monday, March 31, 2014

Khalid sold 1,172 acres land below market for kickback?


PKNS: Intrigues of street-ruled government (Part 9)

The MH370 tragedy had been too disturbing that we had lost the will to up-date with new posting. Alas life has to continue and the series will continue too albeit a slightly varied format. It is to get traffic.

To continue where we left off, it should be to start to with the problems with Datok Othman Omar. However, there was a corporate development last Thursday and Friday that should be highlighted because we are aware of an inside story that was tipped off to us.

Indirectly, that could be the one of the unknown reason for poor Chinese turnout at the Kajang by-election.

It serve the purpose for an old friend in PKR to ponder why would the Chinese not bury BN in Kajang with the UMNO Hulu Langat machinery is in such a disarray with an indifferent and crooked leadership at the UMNO divisional and state level?

Kajang move had a lot to do with Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim's handling of PKNS and water settlement that resulted in plans to remove him including the possibility of an impeachment using SELCAT.

Monday, March 24, 2014

MH370: Press conference @ 10:00 PM


Prime Minister Dato Najib Tun Abdul Razak will be holding a press conference on MH 370 at PWTC at 10:00 PM.

The only clue to this PC must be development in the effort by the Australian. There was a news release by CBC News Australia, reproduced below:

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Khalid impeached on Tuesday


Have been taking a break for Kajang and MH370.

Series on PKNS has not stoppped at Part 8. Many more to go. Many more issues relating to PKNS not exposed yet.

The Selangor Polo project, more crap happening in De Palma Hotel, the leaving for Singapore former CEO cum General Manager, Dato Othman Omar, lawsuit lost to MRCB and Nusa Gapurna, crazy mak tiri Datin Paduka Azlina Zakaria, and many more.

Was about to write analysis of Kajang.

#PrayForMH370: Coming Home ... hopefully


See the You Tube video below....

Saturday, March 15, 2014

#PrayforMH370: Najib's statement


PM Najib Razak’s Press Statement on MH370

Seven days ago Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared. We realise this is an excruciating time for the families of those on board. No words can describe the pain they must be going through. Our thoughts and our prayers are with them.

I have been appraised of the on-going search operation round the clock. At the beginning of the operation, I ordered the search area to be broadened; I instructed the Malaysian authorities to share all relevant information freely and transparently with the wider investigation team; and I requested that our friends and allies join the operation.

Friday, March 07, 2014

PAS for all but justice only for PAS?


It came as a surprise to us when Court of Appeal overturn the High Court judgement which threw out the defamation suit by former Menteri Besar of Perak from PAS, Dato Nizar Jamaluddin. He had clearly insulted the Sultan of Johor and TV3 was merely reporting but the Court of Appeal ruled in favour of the Nizar.

Two days ago, another PAS leader, Dato Husam Musa managed to get the Court of Appeal to overturn the judgement of High Court in Kota Baru involving a defamation suit against one Faisal Robhan Ahmad. It is equally strange since Husam's lawyers failed to establish that Faisal is the blogger RBF Online.

In both cases, there is one common denominator and that is the presence of judge Datuk Mohamed Arif, who ran for election under PAS banner in 2004. [Read MyKMU here.]

Thursday, March 06, 2014

PKNS: Intrigues of street-ruled government (Part 8)

Raising issues from the floor at a corporate governance conference.. Wakaka.... Read The Star here.

Othman fight back?

Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim knows the going-ons in PKNS and he realised Azmin has much influence in PKNS. The GM, Pahang Datuk Othman Omar is close to Azmin and has few Azmin's boys working for him.

Khalid may have been spreading the rumours that Azmin is behind it and when he dismissed the 23 staff of PKNS Holdings, no help was coming. UMNO side had the perception that there are all Azmin boys.

UMNO and UMNO totok bloggers predictably believed better Khalid than Azmin as MB. The way we see, better Azmin than Khalid. Just like Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim, madu jantan to Kak Wan is all politics and no administrative and governance skill. Both Anwar and Azmin will give fodder to PKR downfall in Selangor.

Azmin will be running PKR like UMNO politicians allegedly using institutions to strengthen their support. With Khalid, Dato Satim Diman could present 25 wrongdoings of the PKR street-ruled governance. It will be longer with Azmin.

Not only for PKNS, Anwar and Rafizi Ramli's opposition to the water deal by Khalid has a lot to do with out sourcing sub-contracts of KDEB. They worry their boys could not wet their already made dry beaks by Khalid.

Even street demonstrators cannot soldier when dapur di rumah tak berasap. More so, Azmin's boys are envious of the PAS supporters' Rexton and MPVs, and Azmin's red Ferrari.

We have not touched yet on Datuk Othman Omar and the sacked PKNS Holding Managers and staff. But, an e-mail from a fellow blogger reached us. The message reads: "Oleh kerana abang sedang main isu PKNS, elok abang main e-mail ini." Don't know who sent it but we will just publish in total:

Tuesday, March 04, 2014

PKNS: Intrigues of street-ruled government (Part 7)


Who snitched?

Thought we stop at Part 6?

No, we have are not. Still many more to go. Just taking a breather from writing. Had some traveling to do and tight schedule of appointments to meet personalities and meetings to attend, including a whole day retreat at a forest training camp just outside KL. 

But it is not BTN bootcamp. It is an insult to need to be trained to be patriotic.

After more than 10 days of keeping the series hanging, bet it is percolating inside PKNS on who leaked the info. We have done this before and that was what happened before. How come all these details are coming out now?

The natural accusation by staff and former staff of PKNS and PKNS Holding would be the former Auditor, Roslan Mohamed. His name was mentioned in Part 3 here for meeting Faekah. Since he is not a big guy in PKNS, he will naturally receive the brunt of the condemnation.

However, Controller for Northern Region, Siti Zubaidah Abu Bakar was spared. Is it because they do not believe it to be her?

But they believe it is when Roslan is mentioned?

Sunday, March 02, 2014

Insult to the men and women in blue


Only yesterday we commemorate the gallant men in blue that died in battle at Lahad Datu to defend the nation from a foreign threat. It pains us today to hear the news that the police is lowering it's entry requirement and offering a higher pay scheme to entice Chinese to join the force.

It shows insensitivity on the part of police management to existing police, irrespective of race,  already serving dutifully with commitment and dedication. They entered the force despite the low pay and repeatedly not achieve their desired pay increment from government to commensurate with their authority, responsibility and risk.

It is also an insult to the serving force that government could discriminate and bent backward to accommodate the majority Chinese whose never considered a profession public service and in particular security as priority.

Will this mean that the Chinese new recruit will be given special passage to fill up higher position for the sake of filling up position and not on merit as happened in organisations like Petronas and MAS?

If so, it is inconsistent with the practise of meritocrasy which is strongly advocated by certain liberal quarter of government.

Saturday, March 01, 2014

Setahun mereka tinggalkan kita ... Al Fatihah!


1 Mac 2014..genap setahun terkorbannya perwira-perwira negara di Lahad Datu.
3 Mac 2014..genap setahun terkorbannya perwira-perwira negara di semporna..

Al Fatihah untuk semua yang terkorban semuga syurga milih semua kerna berkorban untuk pemertahankan negara.


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