Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Finally the Prime Minister said it! Something that should have been said a long time ago!

I am sure the statement by PM Abdullah Ahmad Badawi was a welcomed relief for both Najib and Rosmah and to the whole nation and to all law abiding citizens of this great country. I am also sure BABI and the gang will try something else to smear a the good name of a "man who would be king" sometime soon, so to speak. Calling themselves a good Muslims but they do behave like a Jahilliah and as usual God is greater then them. Now then, having said that I would like to see RPK to face the music and two years behind bars and to be buggered by the convicts would be a good VCD to buy and to watch! You know the thing that really rile me and saddened me is I thought RPK was a good man, and NOT a schizoid! I was wrong. It is now only within his conscience to retract what he wrote and said!
Below are some of the reports from major papers in the world, the Star, the NST and The International Herald Tribune:
One: NST
Altantuya murder:
PM: Raja Petra's action unacceptable

KUALA LUMPUR: The prime minister said yesterday he did not believe Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Najib's wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor were in any way involved in the murder of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu.

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi also categorically dismissed the claim by blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin in a sworn statement that he had received a military intelligence report linking Rosmah to the crime.

"He said in his statutory declaration that I had been handed a report about the murder by the military intelligence. That is not correct.

"I did not receive anything. Nothing was sent to me."

Abdullah said he was concerned about Raja Petra's allegations and had been informed by the attorney-general that an investigation would be carried out based on the statutory declaration.
"What he did is unacceptable. What he said is wrong," Abdullah said after chairing a meeting of the cabinet committee on palm oil at Parliament House.

In the Dewan Rakyat, Lim Kit Siang (DAP-Ipoh Timur) filed an emergency motion to discuss the statutory declaration.

It was rejected yesterday on the grounds that the matter was sub judice.

Policemen Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar and Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri are on trial for Altantuya's murder. Political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda has been charged with abetment.

Raja Petra already faces sedition charges in connection with an earlier posting about the murder on his website.

On the inflation motion which was passed by the house on Monday, Abdullah said investor confidence would be restored by the convincing show of support for the government.


Two: The Star (Using Bernama report)

Abdullah denies getting report on Altantuya case

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has refuted an allegation that he had received a written report from military intelligence over the murder of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu.

“Of course I am concerned (over the allegation by Malaysia Today blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin). What Raja Petra did is unacceptable ... because what he stated is incorrect.

“It is stated (in Raja Petra’s statutory declaration) that I received a report from the military intelligence. That is not correct,” he said yesterday.

Abdullah said this when asked to comment on the statutory declaration made by Raja Petra on June 18 in which he stated, among others, that Abdullah had received a written report from military intelligence on Altantuya's murder. – Bernama

Three: The IHT:

Malaysia PM denies his deputy's wife was involved in sensational killing of Mongolian woman

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Malaysia's prime minister denied Tuesday that his deputy's wife was involved in the sensational killing of a young Mongolian woman, and said that action will be taken against the prominent blogger who made the allegation.

Blogger Raja Petra Raja Kamaruddin signed a sworn statement earlier this month, claiming he has information linking Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak's wife, Rosmah, to the October 2006 slaying of Altantuya Shaariibuu, a 28-year-old freelance translator and interpreter.

"Raja Petra's actions are unacceptable. It is not right," Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi told reporters Tuesday. "I don't believe that Najib and Rosmah are involved."

Raja Petra's claim came on top of another article he wrote earlier this year in which he implied that Najib was involved in the slaying. He was charged with sedition in May for making that claim, but pleaded innocent to the charge. That trial is scheduled to start in October.

Najib and Rosmah have denied any role in Shaariibuu's killing.

Prominent political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda, a close associate of Najib, is charged with abetting the murder. Two policemen are accused of killing her and destroying her body with explosives in a jungle clearing outside Kuala Lumpur. The three have been on trial since June 2007.

Abdullah said the attorney general has told him that Raja Petra is being investigated and "action will be taken against him."

He also rejected Raja Petra's allegation in the sworn statement that Malaysia's military intelligence had given him a report about Rosmah's alleged role.

Abdul Razak, who has top-level government contacts in addition to being close to Najib, has confessed in court to having an eight-month affair with Shaariibuu.

The prosecution contends Abdul Razak had her killed because she pestered him for money after he ended their affair. They say he used his connections to get the policemen to carry out the killing and to obtain the military-grade explosives that were used to destroy her body.

Some of Malaysia's most popular blogs offer strongly anti-government commentaries and present themselves as a substitute for mainstream media, which are controlled by political parties or closely linked to them.

In March, a court ordered Raja Petra to pay 4 million ringgit (US$1.25 million) to the state-run Universiti Utara Malaysia and its vice chancellor for publishing an allegedly defamatory article. Raja Petra has refused to pay.


sandyow said...

Dear Magpie,

We have to understand what RPK is doing is to PLAY AROUND WITH OUR MINDS and plant certain images in our heads. So I hope we citizens will be more aware of such tactics and do not simply believe or make our own assumptions to some half turths. We do not know yet for sure what is truth and fiction.

WiL said...

I agree with sandyow, isn't RPK's timing just absolutely impeccable? why make the SD now? to take advantage of the already volatile situation within the country and the ruling party? and to implicate so many people in the process, he deserves some credit for his bravery. putting so much, his own neck mostly, on the hope that Anwar will indeed topple the government comes Sept. Ppl please wake up, and realise that these politickings harm the rakyat mostly.

skeleton in the closet said...

And we must also not accept what the PM says as the whole truth and nothing but the truth. With his well known reputation for lying, we must be wary of everything he said.

- skeleton in the closet -

daniel said...

RPK talking based on hearsay. I want proof. Give me a video clip or a photograph or something. I also can spread rumours like that just to bring down a certain individual or party!

Anonymous said...

BABI promised RPK , DPM post if ABB n Najib step down ? who knows ...everything is behind everything else .
This BABI cannot be trusted , he is behind all evil things that is going on in Malaysia right now .


UdaWS said...

The truth will come out sooner or later. If what RPK claim is true than punishment should be given to the ppl who are responsible.
I'm hoping that RPK is doing this out of his 'concern' for the justice and transparency in our country. He is putting his life and family in grave danger.
But if this is a move to fuel certain dispute and riot among the leaders than it's a shame..
his brave spirit should be used to promote greater wellbeing and understanding for the people.
Instead from letting it being used to promote situations that might in the end benefit the wrong side.

openminded said...

hello magpie..

Again, the PM in being blamed or involved in this matter. RPK is wise to take in the PM involvement in his SD since now PM is just was about to relief after getting much of the supports in the parliament following the the actions taken by the government in dealing with the fuel and diesel prices. In my personal opinion, everybody can swear for everything for the purpose of his needs and his interests. So therefore his statement is not relevant. But his actions is going to jeopardize his family and his life. His actions is totally like making a "war" with the "top leaders" in the country. I doubt if PM is involved in this issue matter, but this is just "psychology games" to create chaos in the top cabinet and obviously, forcing AAB to step down..keep your head up and be strong dear AAB!!

amoker said...

Too bad AAB have credibility issue on his statements.

1. Not getting married
2. Not dissolving parliament
3. No petrol increase after election.

Just to name a few.
Too bad.

Anonymous said...

Right on brother!

How can people make an SD based on 'reliable sources'. RPK is either mad or been playinga fool by some people.


Hantu Laut said...

Raja Petra is a strange creature,signing a statutory declaration based on a third party information,hearsay.

To accused someone of murder without solid evidence is definitely looking for trouble.

Najib and Abdullah should be careful not to use the ISA on him,doing so would make people more suspicious.

He should take Raja Petra to court for defamation,if he has nothing to hide.

We, bloggers should be more responsible with what we wrote.Freedom of expression does not give us the right to slander others.We have the right to criticise those holding public office, if justified, avoiding slanderous remarks.

Those who did would have to face the consequence of their actions.

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darcwil said...

I do agree that bloggers have a big social responsibility to fulfill. And RPK? He is not a politician, but he might have his own interests too. He might be in a bigger plot with a particular politician perhaps? We have to realize RPK's associations with any prominent politicians in Malaysia.

Anyone has any clue who that politician could be?

straycat's strut said...

Difficult on this one. Its a double-edged knife for Najib.

In the eyes of most malaysians, badawi has no credibility. He lied alot and knew too little. Honestly, we smirked everytime his lips moved.

The problem is, when he stated that Najib is innocent, we have a great difficulty in convincing ourselves that he was telling the truth.

And to have KJ comes out supporting you... people may find you guilty just by association.

Najib is better off fighting it himself. I think he has to show some fighting spirit by now.

Anonymous said...

"...buggered by the convicts would be a good VCD to buy and to watch!"

With you jacking off furiously under the sheets no doubt.

You a sick sick boy.

Like to see the look on your face when RPK's proof comes out...or maybe you're one dog/magpie that doesn't bite the hand that feeds it.

And a muslim calling another BABI. Tsk.Tsk.Tsk. Your parents sure did a piss poor job of raising you.

Pasquale said...

"...buggered by the convicts would be a good VCD to buy and to watch!"

With you jacking off furiously under the sheets no doubt.

You a sick sick boy.

Like to see the look on your face when RPK's proof comes out...or maybe you're one dog/magpie that doesn't bite the hand that feeds it.

And a muslim calling another BABI. Tsk.Tsk.Tsk. Your parents sure did a piss poor job of raising you.
Actually my parents raised me fine and among others he raised me to destroy traitors in our midst. My late father was a Malays what I am now and nothing can change that. And my mother who is 89 years old last month is a fine and a beautiful Minangkabau woman still. As for being sensitive to an acronym BABI which stands for Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim, it is unfortunate it s just an acronym. As for being buggered in jail, well RPK can write rubbish so can the rest of Malaysians to write anything about him. If he can be insensitive about others in his writing why can't others.
Again I believe if RPK has proof show it or forever he will be buggered in jail when he will be sentenced for two years at least for the lies that he has inflicted on the people!
BTW I have never been a sick boy! Angry, piss, frustrated,loyal to my people and friends and never to sell my country to the highest bidder yes! But never sick!


Pabi said...

En Pasquale

"it is unfortunate it s just an acronym"

I totally agree with you. Good explanation. That's why he like to be called Brother rather than Ustaz or Syeikh.


Anonymous said...

On a good note BABI is also one of God's creature, unfortunately it is not a nice creature to be associated with. In the olden days BABI eat bangkai, carcases, and in the ancient time especially in the midle-east BABI have been known to spread nerve-destroying diseases!

Pig Expert!