Monday, April 18, 2011

Murder, Mayhem, and the Muslim Brotherhood’s Man in Malaysia

By Seth Mandel
( who wrote in News Real Blog)

There was much understandable indignation directed at the Malaysian politicians responsible for the trial of Anwar Ibrahim in 1998—most notably, of course, then-Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, who was Anwar’s mentor and the instigator of the trial that put Anwar behind bars when he began to challenge Mahathir’s leadership. It was a political exercise, and it was meant to get the up-and-coming Anwar out of the way—eliminate the coming dissent within the party structure.

But it also, as we have written here before, made Anwar a star—the hero in an exotic and anachronistic Malaysian drama. His supporters in the West took his side largely because of their sense of justice and his ability to play to their egos. And so, when Anwar was put on trial for the second time several years ago for sodomy, his supporters sprang to action once again. Paul Wolfowitz and Al Gore said he not only “has been charged under very dubious circumstances,” but also that “as a political leader, statesman and intellectual, Mr. Anwar possesses qualities that encourage hope for the future.”

The Diablo amongst us!

Their sense of judicial fairness is important here,because new information has come to light in another trial—this one involving Anwar’s current political nemesis, Prime Minister Najib Razak. The difference this time around is that Anwar is the one who may have been manipulating evidence and fabricating his rival’s culpability. And this begs the question: Will Anwar’s champions speak as loudly for Najib as they did for Anwar?

The story goes back to October 2006, when a young Mongolian translator named Altantuya Shaariibuu was found murdered in the jungle outside Kuala Lumpur. Two policemen were convicted of her murder, and her one-time boyfriend was acquitted. But the boyfriend was an associate of Najib, a fact that spurred numerous rumors about Najib’s possible involvement. None of the rumors ever marshaled enough evidence to subpoena Najib to testify—though that didn’t stop some from trying.

One of the claims came from the editor of a popular Malaysian-interest blog called Malaysia Today. Earlier this week he made an interesting confession. Here is how the Malaysian news agency Bernama reported it:

Malaysia Today founder and editor, Raja Petra Kamaruddin, has revealed that his statutory declaration (SD) linking Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak with the murder of Altantuya Shaariibuu was made based on information and demand by several individuals aimed at preventing Najib from becoming prime minister.

He said he had never accused the prime minister or his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor of being involved in the murder of the Mongolian woman and that he no longer believed the story of these individuals.

He added that these individuals were connected to several politicians including Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and that they had put pressure on him to do what he did to prevent Najib from taking over from Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi who was relinquishing the post.

“I no longer accept the story. I think it’s quite impossible. It can’t be that the prime minister’s wife would want to go to such place; it’s a jungle. I’m imagining, climbing up the hill, going into the jungle at night, at 12 midnight, I think it’s quite impossible,” he said in an exclusive interview with TV3 Group Editor Datuk Ashraf Abdullah in Perth, Australia, recently.

So Anwar Ibrahim pressured a journalist into fabricating a statement that would implicate Anwar’s primary political opponent in a murder in the hopes of destroying his political career. I would be interested to know what Wolfowitz and Gore think about that development.

But there is another reason this is meaningful. It follows on what we reported in late March: Anwar is bleeding supporters, and it couldn’t come at a worse time for his party. Saturday marks the conclusion of the regional elections in Sarawak, Malaysia’s largest state and a stronghold of Najib’s ruling Barisan Nasional party. The results will be a major determinant in when the next national elections will be held. Since Najib will ultimately make that decision, expect Anwar’s opposition party to continue its slide.

What is ironic about this is that, as regular readers of NewsReal Blog are aware, Anwar has been working with the Muslim Brotherhood for decades, and the unrest in the Middle East has catapulted the Brotherhood to the center of the debate and, in Egypt, almost certainly to the governing class.

A rising tide generally lifts all vessels. The fact that the global Brotherhood’s tide is rising while Anwar is sinking like a stone means that, at least in Malaysia, things are moving in the right direction. Click to the original link from here!


Anonymous said...


Off tangent a bit but must share this link about Liwath "sowing his seeds" in S'wak

Can't believe that some people actually buy his nonsensical bable. He's becoming more & more like that delusional former Iraqi minister during Gulf War II, who was boasting about Saddam's troops kicking the coalition forces' ass, when in truth coalition tanks were already roaming freely in downtown Baghdad ready to kick his ass!

This is what we call "dah tahap Gila BABI"



Anonymous said...

Despite all your bullshits, Anwar is still my only hope for this country.

Vote PR

Pasquale said...

"Despite all your bullshits, Anwar is still my only hope for this country.

Vote PR

April 18, 2011 6:08 PM"

Who ever you are you ought to have your head and backside checked!

Anonymous said...

Anwar decided to "hire" Kuparat Singh and Gogila Singh as his lawyers because they are leaders of DAP (Deep Anal Penetration). Behind Anwar there is the 2 singh who are ever willing to perform Double Anal Penetration (DAP).


Anonymous said... bro anon april 18,2011.3:34pm,if u dont mind,i wish to add some..'some seeds that suddenly grows MONKEYS AND HYENAS'..may god Allah bless n protect us.. yeop..

Anonymous said...

Aiyoh, I'm so confused with your brader's 1Malaysia concept lah. Now we have 1Melayu and 1Bumi from his goons. So which 1 is which 1?

Teoh Nia Sing

Anonymous said...

Barking Magpie,
You only read what you want to, and you deliberately leave out the facts. Typical of you Najib supporters. The facts are there, read them and let's debate on them.

Pasquale said...

Anonymous April 20 2011 11.50 pm,

I will tell you this much, your father ascension to the throne is based on the people's goodwill, and politics involved I know who you are and just to let you know I am not a typical Najib's supporters, and even know what you did last summer! So watch it young man!

v and

Anonymous said...

Please get a life. Cerita YAB Anwar it sudah jadi bubur. Jangan ulang lagi cerita ini. There are many othe issues. Countries that had a lower percapita income than us in the 60s are already ahead of us im many aspects. Kita perlu buka mata and hold government of the day responsible before it is too late.

Anonymous said...

Anon 9;27 pm

Come on la, Anwar is just a YB. He has been thrown out of the DPM post (together with the YAB salutation), a long, long time ago.

To ensure that Malaysia continue to prosper in peace, we have to make sure that Anwar is finished indefinately.

Anonymous said...

Anon 13:49

Please lah forget him you are just giving him more publicity. If you keep it up he will never be 'finished indefinitely'.I understand you but please do give it a try. It may work.

Anonymous said...


All anwaristas suffer a REAL disease called denial syndrome.

Must have been infected from close proximity with anwar when they drool over his kiri kanan DEPAN BELAKANG ceramah.


fikir said...

anon 9.27pm

obviously you have no idea what ETP is for. and you have no idea the target per-capita income of the country through ETP.

please read more. and don't rely to much on harakah/malaysiakini.

Anonymous said...

What ETP. We have already lost 35 years!

fikir said...

anon 5:14,

obviously you are lost. haha.