Friday, December 31, 2010

Some of my bucket-list for 2011! And what I like to see happens!



1) The trial of Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI) be quickly concluded and he be found guilty of all charges, including being a traitor to the country, and given a long solitary jail sentence!

2) Raja Petra Kamaruddin (RPK) be brought back to Malaysia and to face the music for crime of lying to his "friends", to the country and to the world. When dealing with his crimes, he must not be given any leniency!

3) All corrupt government officials and all corrupt Cabinet Ministers aides be brought to justice and be given a stiff penalty, and all ill gotten gains made by them to be taken away!

4) Incompetent cabinet ministers be dropped from the line-up, and cabinet minister accused of raping any women be dropped then charged accordingly!

5) That the Prime Minister must seriously scrutinize his people, surrounding him, with a fine tooth comb to see whether these people are actually seriously serving him or just for self interest. And that the Prime Minister must do everything in his power to give credit when credit is due to all of his loyal people!

6) That God will finally give Nik Aziz some sense when dealing with sensitive Malay issues! And that God will finally give him some sense for him to resign for good!

7) That Ronnie Liu be struck by lightning while fondling Elizabeth Wong.

8) That Khalid Ibrahim be struck by an exposed electrical cord in a room where he was having sex with Elizabeth Wong, that will turn his small penis to be limp forever!

9) That God plays a cruel joke on Tian Chua by striking him with lightning and that will compel him to convert himself to Islam, but rejected by JAIS for his habitual Bah Kut Teh evening past time, and to marry Wan Azizah, who has since divorced BABI!

10) That God will play another cruel joke by turning Karpal Singh and his whole family into a devout Muslim.....wouldn't that be neat to watch he, he!

11) That, finally, Malaysians will forget all the nasty people (including BABI) who have been influencing their lives negatively and to live happily ever after together and make this country, and its already working system, prosper!

12) And that I would like the Malays to come to their senses and unite or else suffer the fate of a defeated people!

13) And that the government must confer our Malaysian national football coach, K Rajagopal, a datukship for being a good and effective national football coach!

14) That Malay Muslims are allowed to go to Batu Caves to the Hindu Temples or Chinese Temples compounds to perform Mak Yong, or bersiilat, of Dikir Barat as a form of social gathering and exercise!


Meanwhile I would like to wish my friends and my great Malaysian people, who are not crazy and obsessed with many unnecessary things, a very Many Happy New Year!

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

A suggestion made to Najib on how to tell Singapore go f@%k a duck!

Najib state visit to kiasu land!

A suggestion has been made to Malaysian Prime Minister Dato' Sri Najib Tun Razak on how to rebutt Singapore’s claims that Malaysia has incompetant leaders. The suggestion came from a Singapore-based, or may be a US-based Singaporeans website and an online paper called temasekreview.net who are now begining to realise that this island republic is not all that invincible after all.

PM Najib, please proclaim to your people:-

“we are definitely competent, otherwise you will see my govt having a MM to mentor us, hold my hands”

“we do not practise nepotism, otherwise you will see my daughter-in-law or family relations appointed to manage state funds”

“we are not clueless about how much we have in our reserves, otherwise you will hear us proclaim it takes 50 man-years to count the money”

“we do not steal from our reserves, otherwise you will see me appoint a president to act as a security guard for the country’s reserves”.

“we believe in our people speaking up, otherwise you will see my govt sueing everybody who criticise us”

“we have a sense of decorum, otherwise i will openly challenge my political opponents to meet me in any alley and serve warning that i have a sharp hatchet and knuckle dusters”

“we have a sense of humility, otherwise you will hear me calling other leaders dense and stupid”

“we have a sense of proportion, otherwise you will see my govt giving ourselves salaries 5 times more than other world leaders”

“we believe in teaching govt subordinates manners and awareness of their station in life, otherwise you will see plenty of ‘Kurang Ajar’ officials in my govt” - temasekreview.net

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI) almost enslaved Malaysia to the International Monetary Fund (IMF)!

  1. I know them both: Not just saying this. Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak (left) has more mettle and substance as a leader, whileBrother Anwar bin Ibrahim is like a fake Rolex, also pretender the throne who will do anything, including selling the country to the highest bidder, to be the prime minister, no chance in hell mate!



The whole country owes Tun Mahathir a lot. He is a national hero, according to my book, for averting the 1997 Asian Financial crisis to our advantage and that saved Malaysia from being enslaved by IMF!

IMF, one of the nasty tools of neo-Imperialism, to be avoided at all cost, unless if you are Pakistan, Sudan, Somalia or many more failed states of the world!


Prime Minister Dato' Sri Najib Tun Razak said it would be easy to make political promises but reiterated the Malaysian government is a responsible government, and that any decision made under his leadership will be made solely based on realities.

Speaking after officiating Cuepac's 25th convention, he also said on bonus for civil servants, any bonus payments made would depend on the country's economic situation, and that the government must be realistic and not spend more than it earns.

"We cannot borrow to pay civil servant salaries or else we will end up being ruled by the IMF (International Monetary Fund). "What is the use of being independent when our sovereignty is ruled by an international body like IMF?" he said.

Ah yes! The proverbial IMF!

To me Najib was once again reminding level headed Malaysians that had Malaysia succumbed to borrowing from the IMF during the 1997 Asian Financial crisis, Malaysia would have been enslaved today and may be for the next 5o years. You see borrowing from IMF is worse than borrowing from your local Alongs. Malaysia will forever be paying the interest and at the same time our sovereignty and dignity lost.

Having said that and if it weren't for former prime minister, Tun Mahathir Mohamad, we, Malaysia, would have been forever enslaved by the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

If Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI), who was in 1997 a former deputy prime minister and finance minister, had his way and was successful in his "suggestion" that Malaysia should "seek" help from IMF to overcome the 1997 Asian Financial crisis, this country would have been forever in the control of IMF.

And BABI, would have been a powerful mandor, not a legitimate prime minister of , but a mandor or a chief slave of a country in real effect controlled by the IMF. Indeed he would have been the most powerful mandor running a country for a foreign power, where he could just roam the country looking for a good looking boys or men to be placed into his stable for his pleasure.
(For the uninitiated, mandor means a chief slave overseeing a bunch of other slaves)

If he had succeeded in enslaving Malaysia, during the 1997 Asian Financial crisis Malaysia and the whole western world would have been his "paradise" for his thirst of unnatural sex which is considered to be against the natural order.

Had not his secret be made public as a final weapon by Tun M, who had known about his sexual preference but couldn't careless as long as he kept it to himself and be a good politician, BABI would have succeeded where no bloody sodomite had ever dream of doing before - that is to be a prime minister under a false pretense!

Had BABI succeeded in overthrowing Mahathir as prime minister and Malaysia went on to seek financial from IMF, the country would have not been able to stave off any attempt by IMF asking for reform in a country which it has in control.

This was what was said about countries that fell into trap the of borrowing money from IMF: "IMF intervention has been roundly criticized. The role of the International Monetary Fund was so controversial during the crisis that many locals called the financial crisis the "IMF crisis".[18] Many commentators in retrospect criticized the IMF for encouraging the developing economies of Asia down the path of "fast track capitalism", meaning liberalization of the financial sector (elimination of restrictions on capital flows); maintenance of high domestic interest rates to attract portfolio investment and bank capital; and pegging of the national currency to the dollar to reassure foreign investors against currency risk.[17]

What Najib trying to say is: Beware of wolves in sheepskin! And to please use the power of our mental deduction, and to try to analyse situations, and not to fall prey for political seduction!

Merry Christmas to all

Saturday, December 18, 2010

As we know from the past anything and everything can be faked! Including this one!

Heard of an old television series Mission Impossible? Anything can be faked to look real, from a politician to Statutory Declarations to any official document, and even to our Malaysian Ringgit!


There is this picture of Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI) showing a piece of paper with the word APCO clearly seen on the top of the page and with many words printed on that piece of paper. Very official looking right!
Well, the picture, in the past, reminded me of the so many so-called Statutory Declarations being flagged by persons like Raja Petra Kamaruddin, PI Balasubramanian, Tian Chua and many other bogus politicians in their attempts to discredit the leadership of the government, under Najib Razak, by flagging bogus documents hoping people will believe?
In the case of BABI, his political modus operandi has always been based on his mistaken notion that Malays, especially, are basically stupid enough to believe anything that looks officials, like a piece of what appears to be official documents! (For the record BABI had his third-class degree on Malay Studies at the Universiti Malaya thus his mistaken belief that he fully understood the Malay masses)
Well, here is the thing, anyone can go to Pertama Komplek today and have genuine looking "official documents" made, and for a few ringgits it can be done!
Here is a question for you! If such a document, flagged by BABI, is genuine why didn't he produced it in parliament in the first place when he was being investigated for telling lies., he could have exonerated himself!
The truth is he did not have and could not produce such "official document" as proof to discredit the present government and the Prime Minister, if he had such document will be thoroughly scrutinized, double check and double check if it is genuine!
Why would BABI risked suspension from Parliament where he can fight for his "just cause" instead of flagging the "document" outside of Parliament, at a makeshift place of a press conference (PC) so pro opposition journalist can come to cover the PC and perpetuate his lies.
We all know that anything can be faked in this country, including politician like our false martyr. We all know that SD amounts to nothing, for anyone can produced them for what's important is the image of the official stamp and the many signatures signed just below the official stamp that can fool anyone.
Frankly speaking I believe the whole country is tired of this BABI and his delusion of grandeur, the sooner he is found guilty is the better.
Having said I have a question to our judicial system: What seems to be your problem? Why can't you get this case over with and what are you allowing yourself to be bullied by lawyers who represent BABI, when we know they are all full of malice intended?
On BABI assertion that Najib was terrified of the Wikileaks implicating him and the death of a Mongolian woman! Well, of course anyone would be stressed by such an accusation.
The thing is what exactly did Wikileaks leak on the murder of Altantuya?
That's right nothing! Except that Singapore was reported as saying Najib is pressured by the murder allegation. The difference is Singapore did not confirm the allegation nor did they have any facts and figures or evidence on the murder, like what they have on Anwar’s sodomy act.
If Singapore reported that Najib is pressured over the murder, of course he is, who wouldn't with such allegation. However in the case of BABI three judges coincurred that he committed buggery and rape, which is against the law of nature and of this country!

Note: For the record it was stated that BABI had even mistakenly equated APCO Worldwide (international communication consultant firm) with APCO (American Protocol Communication Outfit), a walkie talkie communication system which was used by Polis DiRaja Malaysia and claimed that Israelis were inflitrating Bukit Aman!

Note: BABI is now paddling up-shit creek without a paddle in so far as realisation that he is not getting any more moral and financial support from the US administration for showing publicly expressing his anti-Semitic feeling to the whole world! Even his Neo-Conservative Zionist friends are shying away from him! You see, you can only fool some of people some of the time!

Thursday, December 16, 2010

The Decline of a False Martyr: Anwar Ibrahim’s Annus Horribilis


By Roy Thinnes

WikiLeaks has shown us many interesting things, though perhaps nothing as epochal as the silver-maned Julian Assange would have us think. The conduct of American foreign policy in private turns out to be remarkably like its conduct in public: the State Department is motivated by concepts of naked self-interest just like any national bureaucracy, but revelations of American hypocrisy are remarkably absent.
Revelations of foreign-power hypocrisy, by contrast, are rampant in the WikiLeaks cables, and none more stark than that of Malaysia’s own Anwar Ibrahim.
The perennial opposition leader and putative Islamic democrat is in an awkward position, as WikiLeaks has revealed a remarkably chatty Singaporean intelligence source opining on the nature of his present trial for sodomy. The trial, alert readers will recall, is Anwar’s second in about a decade. The first was widely seen as a nakedly political move by the authoritarian regime of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad; and the second is frequently condemned as such despite the present Prime Minister Najib Razak’s considerably more liberal record. All this may have to reassessed if what WikiLeaks’s Singaporean asserts is true.
The basics of the contention are these: the sodomy charge was indeed a “setup,” in the Singaporean’s words, but Anwar is also guilty. Worse, Anwar knew it was likely a “setup,” and walked into it anyway. This raises some interesting questions, if true:
Is Anwar Ibrahim simply a prisoner of his passions, to the extent that they override his sense of self-preservation?
Or, more intriguingly, did Anwar Ibrahim calculate that a second trial would redound to his long-term political benefit, as the first one assuredly did?
Anwar’s reaction to all this has been interesting to watch. Initially, he derided the revelations on his Twitter account as merely the products of Malaysian Special Branch speculation — hardly an unbiased source, especially in Anwar’s mental universe, wherein they are penetrated by Israeli agents. But then the opposition leader appeared to think better of this, and began threatening legal actions against Malaysian press that reported on the allegations. This last action is, of course, inconsistent with the liberal, democratizing image he wishes to present to the West — and it is also suggestive of a bit of desperation, as if a well-laid plan has gone terribly awry.
This concluding drama of 2010 closes Anwar Ibrahim’s own annus horribilis, which he began in a position of considerable political strength, and which ends now in mounting questions about his political viability and personal integrity.
At the turn of the previous New Year, Anwar had come off some disappointing elections that did not, as he had predicted, result in his assumption of the Prime Ministerial office. He was therefore busy demagoguing, with some success, the Prime Minister’s engagement of a public-relations firm with past business in Israel. This led directly into his first major misstep, as he slid into outright anti-Semitic rhetoric in the early spring. As this attracted notice in an incredulous Western press — long used to the narrative of Anwar as a benevolent figure of tolerance — he compounded it by publicly blaming the United States for the Gaza-flotilla incident, and leading a crowd of thousands shouting anti-American slogans at the American Embassy in Kuala Lumpur. As a consequence, by mid-June there was substantive US press noting, with some shock, that Anwar Ibrahim appeared to be less of an appealing Islamic democrat, and more of an anti-American Jew-baiter.
The direct result of this? A public letter from B’nai B’rith to the US Secretary of State and Congressional leaders, urging American policymakers to wholly shun Anwar — a stunning turnabout for an erstwhile darling of the US foreign-policy establishment.
Stung by these admittedly rather justified charges, Anwar was forced to spend much of the summer touring Europe and North America, apologizing to his liberal (and Jewish) friends in both, and exhorting audiences to remember that he was himself a victim of persecution. This worked to some extent, but it’s fair to say that he returned to Malaysia with a battered image in the one constituency he counted on most: Western liberal sentiment.
Incredible as it may seem, things got worse when Anwar returned to the United States in September, apparently in the wake of Prime Minister Najib’s trip to the UN General Assembly. Incautious as ever with social media, he Twittered that while in America, he visited the International Institute for Islamic Thought, prompting some curious observers to make inquiries into the nature of the IIIT. The past ninety days have therefore seen a series of articles in American media outlets, revealing much of Anwar Ibrahim’s past to the US audience. Key points include:
Anwar co-founded the IIIT nearly three decades ago as a Muslim-Brotherhood front organization in the United States.
Anwar’s IIIT has been named in Muslim Brotherhood documents seized by the FBI as a key Islamic-radical front organization in the United States.
Anwar’s IIIT is directly responsible for coining and promulgating the word “Islamophobia” as a tactic to discredit critics of radical Islam.
Anwar apparently remains on the board of the IIIT.
Anwar may have benefitted from Muslim-Brotherhood funding, possibly routed via Turkish sources. (This may, if confirmed, explain Anwar’s decision to flee to the Turkish Embassy in Kuala Lumpus when his most recent indictment was announced.)
Anwar may have benefitted from funding sources within Saudi Arabia, by way of his Muslim Brotherhood connections.
Note that there are many questions awaiting confirmation in this list. What Anwar has done, with his eager demagoguery, his Jew-baiting, and his general incaution, is make these questions rational and plausible. We may rest assured that intrepid journalists are even now seeking their answers.
Meanwhile, in Malaysia itself, Anwar’s errors of 2010 haunt him on several fronts. His campaign against Jewish influence, which seemed so tactically promising at its inception, will now likely result in a punitive suspension from the Malaysian parliament at the hands of its Rules Committee. Within his own party, cracks are beginning to show: noted Malaysian liberal and reformer Zaid Ibrahim recently stormed out of Anwar’s Pakatan Rakyat party, charging corruption and a cult of personality about its leader. This is a loss of credibility the embattled leader can ill afford.
As this year drew to a close, nearly every advantage that Anwar Ibrahim held at its beginning has been frittered away — except, perhaps, his rectitude vis a vis his sodomy trial.
Now, with WikiLeaks, that may be gone too. If it is, all that will be left of the Anwar Ibrahim that once traveled the world as a champion of democracy, transparency, and liberalism will be a discredited husk of a decidely amoral political opportunist. And it all happened in just one year.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Islam on Edge: Anwar Ibrahim’s Islamic Agenda!


By Rachel Ehrenfeld of The Cutting Edge

The list of prominent U.S. admirers of Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysia’s former Deputy Prime Minister, on trial for corruption and sodomy, is impressive. Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, former President of the World Bank James Wolfensohn, and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Letters of support on his behalf praise his leadership and fight “for international justice, peace and development.” Strangely, these prominent figures fail to notice that Anwar’s fight is not for democracy, justice and peace according to Western principles. Instead, his call is for democratization “on the platform of Islam.”

It is Anwar’s constant advocacy of Islamic rule that led the Qatar-based spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Yusuf Qaradawi, to join the defenders of the Malay politician.

Qaradawi, one of the most influential modern Islamic scholars, was banned from entering the U.S. in 1999. Among other terrorist-linked activities, Qaradawi headed the Saudi-based charity the Union of Good, an umbrella organization for some fifty Islamic fundraising groups funding al Qaeda and Hamas. The Union of Good was designated by the United States in 2008 as a supporter of terrorism. Qaradawi has also advocated suicide bombing as “ martyrdom in the name of God,” and the killing of American and coalition troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2004, he issued a fatwa forbidding Muslims from buying or even advertising American or Israeli products.

But the Qaradawi-Anwar affiliation and business ties, as do Anwar’s many articles and speeches championing Islamic rule, continue to elude his Western supporters.

Anwar’s advocacy of “Islamic democracy,” ostensibly meant to fight for social justice and freedom of religion, makes him popular with Westerns desperately seeking moderate Muslim leaders. However, even a cursory review of Anwar’s speeches on democracy and Islamic finance over the decades show that Anwar is a committed Islamist in the mold of Sayyid Qutb.

One of the Muslim Brotherhood’s most influential ideologues, Qutb’s books, Social Justice (al-Adala al-Ijtima’iyya, 1949), and Milestones (Ma’alim fi al-Tariq, 1964) argue that Western democracies have failed, and that only the earliest days of Islam should serve as a model for society. Qutb’s books are known to have contributed to the radicalization of jihadists such as Ayman al-Zawahiri, Abdullah Azzam, and Osama bin Laden … and the self proclaimed champion of democracy, Anwar Ibrahim.

In 1999, imprisoned on previous charges of corruption and sodomy, Ibrahim wrote to Abdul Hamid Abu Sulaiman, a fellow director of the Virginia-based Muslim Brotherhood’s International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT): “I’m trying to keep myself busy—with prayers … and reading … Sayyid Qutb and Maulana Maududi’s tafsirs (interpretations).“

On October 12, 2006, lecturing on Islamic revivalism in Malaysia in Washington DC, Anwar reiterated that he was most influenced by the writings of “Syed Qutb, Hassan Al Banna, and Maududi.” The three are known as the ideological fathers of Islamic revivalism as practiced by the global Muslim Brotherhood organization.

The establishment of an independent “Islamic economy” is an important factor in the Muslim Brotherhood agenda. Consequently, the development of Islamic banks is viewed as critical to facilitating the establishment of a global Islamic state.

The first successful Islamic banking experiment was the Mit Ghamr Savings Bank in Egypt, in 1963. The Egyptian government, which subsidized the bank, shut it down in 1968, after Muslim Brotherhood-led demonstrations swamped the country.

However, Islamic banking was slow to catch on until 1993, when Anwar—who had risen to the position of Malaysia’s finance minister—helped to introduce the newly invented “Islamic Banking windows” into conventional banks. This measure, which familiarized clientele with and built confidence in the unknown Islamic banking system, proved central to the development of the global Islamic finance industry.

Anwar often sprinkles his presentations with Arabic phrases from the Quran and other Islamic books while touting the socio-political aspects of Shari’a banking. He claims that Islamic banking and economics, based on “maqasid al-shariah,” i.e., “the objectives of Islamic law,” could help create wealth and eradicate poverty.

Anwar’s noble talks of solving poverty and spreading justice and democracy seems to distract his Western supporters from his commitment to replace Western political, social and economic principles with Islamic laws. However, throughout his political career, Anwar has openly rejected Western values while promoting Islam. In his 1983 speech on “Development and changing political ideas,” at the 50th Anniversary Conference of the Australian Institute of International Affairs, Anwar criticized the “wholesale imitation of Western values and practices” in Malaysia. These should be replaced, he argued, with Islam, which “provides an ideological alternative to the dominant paradigm.”

More recently, speaking at Australian National University, on November 15, 2010, Anwar declared: “Democracy is … presumed [in part] to be defined by the conditions of the free market. And this is where the founding fathers of the French Revolution with their clarion call for liberty, equality, and fraternity missed the mark … this is because a free market is based on competition, and competition, being a zero-sum game, has no truck with equality. On the contrary, free markets engender inequality … Islam enjoins that while society may pursue commerce to the fullest, justice and fairness must remain the chief criterion … in order to establish a humane economy.” Anwar posted this speech, along with most of his others, on his website.

With so much readily available information on Anwar’s advocacy of Islamic supremacy, and his ties to sponsors of violence against the West, it is disconcerting that his Western supporters still consider Anwar a hero, “fighting for international justice, peace and development.” Does it have to be published by Wikileaks for U.S. officials to finally acknowledge Anwar Ibrahim’s Islamic agenda? Read the original link here......!

Rachel Ehrenfeld, is director of the NY-based American Center for Democracy, and author of Funding Evil; How Terrorism is Financed—and How to Stop It.



Sunday, December 12, 2010

Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim DID it: Says Lee Kuan Yew!

You can fool some of the people some of the time.....BUT!


WikiLeaks told The Sun-Herald of Australia that Singapore's intelligence services and Singapore elder statesman Lee Kuan Yew told Australia's Office of National Assessment (ONA) in their exchanges that Brother Anwart Bin Ibrahim (BABI) indeed committed the buggery that he was accused of.

The WikiLeaks cable that deals BABI's sodomy case, dated November 2008 and released exclusively to The Sun-Herald by WikiLeaks, states: ''The Australians said that Singapore's intelligences services and [Singaporean elder statesman] Lee Kuan Yew have told ONA in their exchanges that opposition leader Anwar 'did indeed commit the acts for which he is currently indicted'.'' BABI probably knew it was a "set up" but did it anyways, according to the report.

If he knows it was a set up and did it anyway, well then this guy is not well up there and indeed a serial buggerer and he should come clean and seek treatment and may be the rakyat will forgive him! Read more here......and .....here!

Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim's good friends down south propose this!

Australian Greens MP Adam Bandt (a dear friend of BABI) wants his federal parliamentary colleagues to seek out the views of their constituents on same-sex marriage.

He will ask the House of Representatives to note that a growing list of nations, including the Netherlands, Belgium, Norway, Spain, Canada and South Africa, allow same-sex couples to marry.

Both Labor and the coalition oppose gay marriage, saying the union is between a man and a woman.

But there are signs some Labor MPs, especially those from the Left faction, want a free voice on the issue.

Labor Senator Doug Cameron has said it is inevitable that federal laws will be changed to allow gay marriage in Australia.

Mr Bandt will move a motion in the lower house that calls on all parliamentarians to gauge their constituents' views on the issue of same-sex marriage equality.

The Greens already have introduced legislation in the Senate that would clear the way for same-sex marriage.

Independent senator Nick Xenophon said he supported civil unions for same-sex couples.

"And I have been meeting with groups that are advocating for it," he told reporters in Canberra.

Senator Xenophon described his view on the issue as "more small-l liberal" than the major parties.

He said there was need for a debate on the issue.

"At the very least we should very quickly move to civil unions which has been the case in Europe and the UK and a number of other jurisdictions," he said. Read more here....


Friday, December 03, 2010

WikiLeaks Exposes White House's Conscious Support of Islamists...like Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim"


Americans are easily duped and just not thinking anymore!


WikiLeaks exposes White House conscious support of Islamist such as Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim and Sudanese Hassan al-Turabi. Turabi calls Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim a "fellow student of his."
But Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim seduced the White House top echelon into thinking that he is a pro-Democracy person when deep inside he is a closet Islamist, anti-Western value, pro-Islamist, a good friend of Algeria Islamist party, and above all tricked Washington that he was not anti-Semite.
We now know of his complain about Zionist infiltration of government agencies and the police force of Malaysia, when we know it was not true. But not many know
Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim is a co-founder of the International Institute of Islamic Thought, a Muslim Brotherhood think-tank in Virginia that has called for violence against Israel and has been under investigation by the FBI for the better part of a decade for its ties to terrorist organizations.
Anwar also helped finance oil projects for Sudanese Islamist leader Hassan al-Turabi, who is the leader of the National Islamic Front, a partner organization to the Muslim Brotherhood. Turabi calls Anwar a "fellow-student of his." Anwar also serves on the board of the Al Baraka Banking Group (ABG). ABG's chairman is Shaikh Saleh Abdullah Kamel, who, in the wake of 9/11, was sued for having "lent material support to Al Qaeda and OBL (Osama bin Laden), aided and abetted others who lent material support to Al Qaeda and OBL, and otherwise engaged in racketeering activity in violation of the law. Read more here!

Malaysia's opposition: Nurul, just like the old one

Anwar, Azizah then Nurul for PM? Then God help this country if it happens!


By Richard Cockett, The Economist.

2 December 2010

NEVER before in South-East Asia’s history had a political party dared to hold a one-person, one-vote internal poll, with all the officers to be elected by all the members, or so claims Malaysia’s People’s Justice Party (PKR), led by Anwar Ibrahim. Yet this is just what the party has done over the past month. The bold idea was to turn the PKR into a “modern, open party”, in the words of Tian Chua, one of the policy’s architects, and to help “democratise” Malaysian politics at the same time.

All entirely laudable, except that it hasn’t quite turned out that way. In fact the result was a mess, weakening the PKR in the eyes of the electorate. By one measure the party even looks less democratic.

For a start, the election was hardly an exercise in mass participation. Though the PKR claims a membership of about 450,000, at most one-tenth that number actually voted. Party bosses blame logistical difficulties for preventing many members from getting to polling offices or even hearing about the vote. Their critics claim the low turnout has exposed the myth that the PKR is a mass party and say that its members’ apathy counts as a protest vote.

One man has become their rallying-point. Zaid Ibrahim, a former government minister, was running for deputy president of the party. But he quit the race on November 20th, alleging that the polling was rigged against him in favour of Anwar’s choice for the post. Zaid Ibrahim said there was widespread electoral fraud and that the election was designed merely to “project the appearance” of democracy.

The PKR was founded in 1999 as a vehicle for Anwar after he split from the government. It is the central plank of a coalition including an Islamist party and an ethnic-Chinese party. Together they stand in opposition to the governing coalition, which is heavily dominated by the United Malays National Organisation. These internal elections were supposed to prove that the PKR is now a political institution rather than a one-man band.

Handing yet more ammunition to the critics, the big winner of these elections was Anwar’s daughter, Nurul. Already an MP, at the tender age of 30 she has been elected one of the party’s four vice-presidents. With her father the party’s de facto leader and her mother its president, the younger Anwar’s elevation gives the impression that the PKR is becoming dynastic. That is hardly the sort of transformation that party bosses were hoping to advertise. The charismatic Nurul argues that she took the initiative to put herself forward; reports suggest that her father had been against her standing.

Looking back on the wreckage, Mr Chua admits he did not appreciate how risky these elections would be. But despite “technical” glitches, he says, the trend towards democracy “cannot be reversed”: in the long run the party will come to appreciate internal democracy and forget about Anwar’s family.

How voters see it is another matter. The opposition, having done well in 2008, when it deprived the ruling party of its two-thirds parliamentary majority, is reeling from self-inflicted wounds that have left the prime minister, Najib Razak, looking stronger. A few voices are even urging Mr Najib to take advantage of the PKR’s disarray and call a snap election.

That probably won’t happen. But with Mr Anwar’s second trial for sodomy dragging through the courts, and now these splits and allegations of fraud, the “political tsunami” of 2008 feels an age away.