Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Attempt was made to spike Ban Ki-moon, as UN Sec-Gen, for Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim!! Imagine that for a moment!!

BABI and another sexual offender, Al Gore, and his former wife Tipper, during the good old days of unbridled sex moments!!

In the run-up to the election of the U.N. secretary-general in 2007, a group of high-level former Clinton administration officials conspired to attempt to replace the frontrunner and well-respected South Korean Ban Ki-moon with the trustee of a Saudi-funded Wahhabist Muslim organization linked to al-Qaeda.

That man was Anwar Ibrahim of Malaysia, the current opposition leader. We’ve written about his anti-Semitism, support for terrorism, and ties to the Muslim Brotherhood here before, and recent news reports out of Malaysia suggest Al Gore, Madeleine Albright, Richard Holbrooke, and others have created a monster from which democracy in an important corner of Southeast Asia is now reeling.

The story begins with Anwar’s falling out with his party leadership in the late 1990s, when he served as deputy prime minister in Malaysia’s government. Anwar carefully cultivated ties with the U.S. State Department and other officials looking for a token moderate Muslim they could champion. In that vein, he co-chaired the Pacific Dialogue with Clinton’s defense secretary, William Cohen, a partnership aimed at making Anwar the face of U.S.-Asia/Pacific cooperation.

Al Gore took a shine to Anwar as well, and has been publicly defending him during his current sexual assault trial. Albright joined the fray, as did Holbrooke, and the gaggle of Clinton officials tried to undermine the Bush administration’s chosen candidate for U.N. secretary-general and install Anwar.

Supporting Anwar is problematic because of his obnoxious anti-Semitism. But attempting to put him in charge of the U.N. would have put the world body in the hands of a man spreading Wahhabism on the payroll of the Saudi royal family.

Anwar became, well before his relationship with American officials took off, a trustee of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY), one of two organizations the Saudis established in the 1960s to spread Wahhabism. Here is WAMY Assistant Secretary General Dr. Abdul Wahab Noorwali describing WAMY’s relationship with Saudi Arabia:

Saudi Arabia’s support has been enormous since the establishment of WAMY in 1963. The Kingdom provides us with a supportive environment that allows us to work openly within the society to collect funds and spread activities. It also provides us with protection abroad through Saudi embassies and consulates, in addition to financial support.

WAMY has also been caught funneling money to al-Qaeda and Hamas. All this was known before the Clinton gang attempted to install Anwar at the U.N.

But while that all may be water under the bridge, the deleterious effects the West’s support for Anwar have had on Malaysian democracy are still eating away at the country’s electoral politics. Anwar’s People’s Justice Party (PKR) just held internal leadership polls, and the results show a party crumbling under the weight of a figurehead being propped up by a Western media narrative. As one commentator wrote in the Malaysian newspaper the Sun:

Without holding any significant post in the party, the former Deputy Prime Minister is party adviser and leader of the opposition by virtue of his name only. However one cannot deny that it was his sacking and incarceration that plotted the current renaissance in Malaysian politics. Hence many supporters feel that it is their moral obligation to ensure that Anwar continues to spearhead the march to Putrajaya (the seat of government).

That phrase, “moral obligation,” tells you all you need to know. Even those who support Anwar do so because they feel they must; Anwar has become a symbol. But as a leader, Anwar fails on all accounts. His party is coming apart at the seams–the internal election was marred by accusations of corruption and a complete lack of transparency. In protest, Zaid Ibrahim, the former justice minister who was contesting the deputy president’s post in the PKR elections, quit the party.

Instead of attempting to make peace among the candidates and unify his party, Anwar responded by accusing Zaid of being disloyal. Zaid has established a new opposition party, to launch in January.

“I wish to assure our (proponents of the party’s) friends that we will have a new party in the country … and I wish to give an assurance that it will not be a fledgling party, we will become big and strong,” Zaid said Friday.

Yet as discombobulated as this all may sound, the new breakaway party is probably a healthy development–in fact, the dispersal of political influence away from Anwar is likely for the better. His supporters in the West amount to the classic “useful idiots,” and whatever their reason for supporting Anwar, installing an Islamist Saudi agent in Malaysia cannot be good for that country’s democratic aspirations, nor for our security.

The promotion of democracy, not Wahhabism, should be the aim of the U.S. in Southeast Asia. So why are we doing the Saudis’ dirty work for them? When it comes to national security, the Clinton administration may be the gift that keeps on giving for our foes, but hopefully the Malaysian people are breaking out of the spell that Gore, Albright, Holbrooke, Cohen, and their allies in the media have put them under.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Just like Martin Luther and Joan of Arc, these two are also blessed and pre-ordained by God to rule and to save the the country!?

Martin Luther (10 November 1483 – 18 February 1546) was a German priest and professor of theology who initiated the Protestant Reformation. Like Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI), Luther was also "pre-ordained" by God to "lead".

Like Wan Azizah, Joan of Arc was also pre ordained to saved France!

Like Martin Luther and Joan of Arc, these are new members of pre-ordained and blessed by God people!!??

A remark by PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail that the notion of Malay rights should be scrapped, was seen as an attempt to save the party from sinking , alluding to the slow deterioration of the opposition party due to corruption and abuse of power!
By getting rid of Malay rights, as stipulated in the Constitution, is at the the same time asking to get rid of the system of Constitutional Monarchy?! By asking to get rid of the Malay special rights, Wan Azizah is also clearly asking that monarchy be abolished!!
Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin described the remark by Wan Azizah Wan Ismail yesterday as an attempt "to salvage a sinking ship." In her keynote address at the PKR congress, Wan Azizah said the notions of "ketuanan Melayu" (Malay supremacy) should be abandoned so that the younger generation would grow up with the vision of "dignified race" or "dignified Malay."
Muhyiddin said the statement was made in an attempt to win the support of the people at a time when the party was in disarray following a divisive party election.
He also said PKR leaders should respect Article 153 of the Federal Constitution which provides a safeguard for the special position of the Malays and Bumiputera as well as the interests of other communities.This provision should serve as a guiding principle in championing the cause of the people, he said.
He was also quoted as saying:"However, it seems that this is not the case with PKR."
To add further to the insult by Wan Azizah, she was also smug in expressing her feeling and opinion by that her husband Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI) as being bestowed and pre-ordained by God to be the leader for all??!!

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Time magazine describes Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim as "wise, decent and courageous"...but the truth is!

You judge this man!

The West has come to the conclusion that Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI) is just simply that smiling public face of modern-day Islamist jihad against the West, and always has been!
We now know that BABI set up Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM) using funding from group and persons known to be linked to terror groups.
We all know BABI is linked to a think-tank based in Virginia which is affiliated to the Muslim Brotherhood!
Lately, we have learn a lot about his chicanery and abuse of power even within his own party, so why is the world is still enthralled by this man - a perfect Chameleon! To read more please click here!

Time magazine’s Joe Klein, regurgitating the media and governing class’s line, called Anwar “a wise, decent and courageous man.” But in fact Anwar is simply the smiling public face of modern-day Islamist jihad against the West, and always has been.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim is no Aung San Suu Kyi!

To draw a parallel between this man and Aung San Suu Kyi, is like drawing a parallel between Hannibal Lecter and Mother Theresa!

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim is in Australia this week, speaking on social justice, democracy, and his own legal woes. He has also addressed the recent release of Aung San Suu Kyi, the Burmese opposition politician, declaring that her release will mean nothing until she is permitted to take her place as the elected leader of Myanmar. Anwar has used Suu Kyi’s release to attract attention to his own political problems, arguing that Australia ought to speak out in the face of atrocities in both Myanmar and Malaysia:

“But I think they’re ill-advised if they proceed in this way…. I’m not suggesting that [the Australian government] should interfere, but they should express their views, they should promote civil society, as a vibrant democracy they’ve a duty…. But I think the issue of democracy, human rights, rule of law, they’re not something that you can just ignore. But I’m of course appreciative of the fact that Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd took time, and we had very, very useful discussions, some issues affecting both countries, and of course my personal predicament. But I always make it a point that they should extend the issue, the issue of freedom, human rights. It goes beyond Anwar’s personal case.”

The problem here is that “Anwar’s personal case” is very different from Suu Kyi’s, and Malaysia’s political landscape has little in common with Myanmar’s.

Aung San Suu Kyi was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991 for “her non-violent struggle for democracy and human rights”. Her father, Aung San, who negotiated Burma’s independence from the British Empire in 1947, was killed by his political rivals when Suu Kyi was only two years old. When her mother, a Burmese ambassador, died in 1989, Suu Kyi dedicated her life to fighting for democracy in Burma as her parents had done. She was active in Burma’s pro-democracy movement, and as a result was placed under house arrest in 1989; no charges were brought against her, and no trial occurred. Despite her confinement she won a landslide victory in the 1990 election, and would have become Prime Minister had the military not intervened.

Suu Kyi was released from house arrest just days ago, on November 13. During her confinement, which spanned fifteen of the past twenty-one years, she was usually separated from her family. She saw her husband, Michael Aris, only five times during the decade that preceded his death; even the intervention of such figures as U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annon and Pope John Paul II could not persuade her captors to allow Aris to join her. She was also separated from her two sons and lived in less than ideal physical conditions, sometimes without access to electricity.

Suu Kyi chose to live under these restraints rather than abandon her pro-democracy work; she was offered freedom in exchange for her leaving her country, but she refused.

If anyone has suffered for the cause of democracy, Suu Kyi has—yet Anwar Ibrahim, who has enjoyed the benefits of a trial, a team of lawyers, access to local, national, and international media outlets, his own political party, and the freedom to travel the globe, told Australians this week that “Australia needs to be more pronounced in its support for democracy… Otherwise you have a strong position on Burma, but not on the atrocities in Malaysia.”

Anwar is no Aung San Suu Kyi. Indeed, his actions as the co-founder of a front organization for the Global Muslim Brotherhood indicate that he is in fact opposed to the democratic ideals she has sacrificed so much for.

In the 1970’s and 1980’s, while Suu Kyi busied herself with the work that would later imprison her, Anwar served as a trustee for the World Assembly of Asian Youth. The Pew Forum describes the Assembly as being so intertwined with the Muslim Brotherhood that it is difficult to tell them apart.

In 2002, Suu Kyi took advantage of a brief respite from imprisonment to continue her work on behalf of Burmese freedom. Meanwhile, Anwar’s International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) was named in a class-action suit brought on behalf of 9/11 family and survivors against organizations that helped fund radical Islamism.

In 2007, when Suu Kyi made her first state media address in the four years since her then current confinement had begun, the Muslim Brotherhood named Anwar’s IIIT in a list of twenty-nine of “our organizations and the organizations of our friends.”

Though Anwar clearly equates his own political and legal troubles in Malaysia to the human rights abuses Suu Kyi has worked to end in Myanmar, no one else should. Anwar and Suu Kyi may both be political opposition leaders in their respective nations, but their similarities end there.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim you must repent and to seek forgiveness!

You are untrustworthy and have oversell your self sir!

The time has come for Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI) to repent and then to disappear into the political oblivion so this country can again prosper without his annoying evil megalomaniac, self aggrandizing and rabble rousing irritation in disrupting this country's stability.
It is sad to see very many of his so called strong supporters are now making public statements for him to step down as the leader of the opposition. We also know that his strongest supporter, the US administration and many US congressmen and senators that have now decided to distance themselves from this dangerous chameleon of a man.
All of his American friends, the Clinton included, now know that BABI is not to be trusted. No existing US administration can run a risk of being denied Jewish voters for any election.
Take the B'nai Brith, the worldwide Jewish community service organization that is the US national and global leader in the fight against antisemitism and anti-Israel bias, for example that have accused BABI, with pr0of, that he is a man with many faces.
While on the one hand he supports human rights abuses around the world, BABI on the other hand also condemns the Jews as being the world's trouble makers.
While he wined, yes wine, and dined with many prominent Jewish leaders in cities like New York showing his liberalism as a persecuted Malaysian politician, he will switch his stance when he met with his strong allies, like Islamist and anti-Western, Dr. Hassan al-Turabi of Sudan, and together they will planned the destruction of the "loathsome American Imperialism".
Clearly a man that is now being shown to be cunning, evil and untrustworthy, a man that no one wants to be associated with and a man no none wants to touch not even even with a ten-foot pole.
For a man who will go to the extend of tearing the sacred social fabrics of our society and institutions for his own personal agenda and ambition, including trying to sell Malaysia to the World Bank and to the International Monetary Fund, during our darkest hour of recent world currency crisis, I think Malaysians have to reject such man.
He is now slowly wilting and sucked away into the abyss of the international and national political black hole and hope he will never come out or be rescued. I just hope that he is aware of these facts, so he can still repent and to try to make good for the remaining of his pathetic life.

Saturday, November 06, 2010

I believe the world and Americans are bored with Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim and his delusions (or illusions) of grandeur!!

By Rachel Motte of The Daily Caller

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton neatly sidestepped a messy diplomatic tangle Tuesday when she cancelled her plans to meet with Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim. Only time will tell whether her last-minute schedule change adequately conveyed her apparent reluctance to add status to a controversial figure, but one thing is certain — Anwar’s anti-Semitic rhetoric and ties to dangerous terrorist finance groups mean he deserves none of the status a visit would have afforded him.

Though Anwar has spent the past decade gathering respect in Washington, his ties to terrorist finance groups like the Muslim Brotherhood clearly falsify his claims to represent the sort of moderate Islam the United States has so eagerly courted. Al Gore’s defenses notwithstanding, Anwar is exactly the sort of Islamist radical in moderate’s clothing the U.S. must denounce.

Far from being the Malaysian “Voice of Democracy” his website touts, Anwar is in fact the co-founder of, and a trustee at, the International Institute for Islamic Thought (IIIT), an American front organization for the Muslim Brotherhood.

The IIIT has a long history of proven and alleged terrorist finance ties. Just two years ago, for example, Temple University refused funding from the IIIT, citing serious concerns about the organization’s terror-financing connections.

In 1991, the Muslim Brotherhood named the IIIT in a list of 29 likeminded “organizations of our friends” that aimed to destroy America and turn it into a Muslim nation.

In 2003, U.S. prosecutors submitted evidence that the IIIT had a hand in funding Sami al-Arian, the convicted Palestinian Islamic Jihad fundraiser. The same document also stated that “IIIT president Taha Jaber al-Alwani once signed a copy of a fatwa declaring that jihad is the only way to liberate Palestine.”

And the United States isn’t the only nation that has noted the Virginia-based IIIT’s problematic ties; in 2007, Malaysian Muslim feminist Zainah Anwar alleged that the organization had indirectly endorsed Islamic polygamy by removing from new translations of the Quran some widely accepted notes on the supremacy of monogamous marriages.

Anwar has done little to disguise his association with the IIIT, even tweeting recently that he was visiting the organization during a trip to the United States. Despite these and other problematic ties, Anwar continues to be a well-loved figure in Washington circles — a fact that Clinton did not hesitate to point out during her tour of Malaysia.

This is surprising, given President Obama’s praise for Anwar’s political enemies at the ASEAN summit in New York last week. Obama’s enthusiastic endorsement of Prime Minister Najib’s call for a Global Movement of Moderates should leave no room for Anwar’s brand of Islamist extremism, but that hasn’t kept U.S. officials from voicing their support of Anwar’s cause.

Though she did not actually meet with Anwar as was planned this week, opting instead to visit with him by phone, Clinton admitted that officials in the U.S. are keenly interested in Anwar and his ongoing “Sodomy II” trial in Malaysia. This interest, and the fact that Clinton had initially planned to meet with Anwar, would be alarming even without B’nai B’rith’s recent warning regarding Anwar’s brazenly anti-Semitic rhetoric.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2010/11/05/calling-anwar-ibrahim-hillary-clinton-and-the-search-for-moderate-islam/#ixzz14TKtcQXg

Read more: US search for moderate Islam

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

I am glad in the case of Madam Hillary Clinton...common sense prevails!

Anifah Aman and Hillary Clinton..A dawn of a new era between the two country...And BABI you can kiss your dream of creating your own Sodom and Gomorrah, goodbye!

As Chuck DeVore also correctly writes, "Malaysia is no Myanmar and Ibrahim is no Aung San Suu Kyi." Read here..

A meeting between Hilary Clinton and Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI) did not take place as anticipated by the opposition, and why! Well, Clinton was probably being properly advised, this time, that BABI is well linked with a known Islamist terrorist groups also known to be linked with Hamas and Islamist group, such as in Sudan. He is also a very good friend of Sudan Hassan al-Turabi. A fiery extremist and fundamentalist opposition leader of this impoverished sub-Saharan African state.

And a meeting of the US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI) would have also an important signal of the US legitimization, had it happens, over a man who is being associated with a terrorist group. Read here..

Clinton was also being briefed that BABI was not and has never been persecuted, but he was merely being prosecuted under Malaysian law over crime of an illegal Force and Unauthorised Carnal Knowledge (FUCK) with the same sex!

She was told that had BABI been persecuted he would not have been allowed to travel freely around the world contacting his suspect Islamic groups, and he would certainly not be allowed to run for office. Clinton was told BABI is the opposition member of parliament.

A Clinton and BABI's meeting would have made the US and the world war on terror a big joke!

But the truth of the matter is Malaysia is now being endorsed by its leading world partner the United States of America, for being a genuine Muslim moderate country under its leader, Prime Minister Najib Razak, as being a leading Muslim moderate leader who initiated the much accepted term Global Movement of the Moderates (GMM), widely accepted now as part of the most important ingredients to help the West overcome its Islamic phobia syndrome.

So to the Malaysian government I would suggest that you should and would speed up the sodomy trial of BABI so that Malaysians can go on with their lives!