Thursday, August 31, 2023

Merdeka! Or Merdeka?

The never ending search for Jiwa Merdeka.

Independence Day (Malay: Hari Merdeka), also known as National Day (Hari Kebangsaan), is the independence day of the Federation of Malaya from Britain. 

It commemorates the Malayan Declaration of Independence on 31 August 1957, and is defined in article 160 of the Constitution of Malaysia.

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Friday, August 25, 2023

Noor Hisham's deception led to the death of tens of thousands?

Throughout the pandemic, Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham was adamant that his assessment and prescription  of Corona Covid 19 was the only one acceptable. 

He refuted any incident of AEFI side effect from the Pfizer vaccine. Despite it is part of an established treatment protocol and no proven medicine available, Ivermectin was brushed aside as hoax. MRNA vaccine was forcibly imposed.

In June, Noor Hisham finally admitted "wrong" during a cross examination in the trial of Dr Roland Victor charged under the Multimedia and Communication Act. 

Few days ago Murray Hunter revealed deceptive and oppressive methods were applied to deny the public access to other professional medical options, public discussion supressed, freedom of information and free speech denied covertly, and the truth hidden. 

The power accorded to the DG of MOH under various health laws gave him unfettered power to tower over Ministers and KSUs. The monster created under Tan Sri Muhyiddin's emergency rule became dictatorially arrogant, and negligent

Noor Hisham should be made responsible for the death of tens of thousands of Malaysians. We lost a dear cousin. Our nephews and niece lost the family breadwinner. 

He deserved to be charged as a criminal or the least, sued out of his pension or any possible ill-gotten gains claimed the rumours then. 

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Tuesday, August 22, 2023

Similar to sex scandals, are voters also indifferent to corruption issues?

Troubling questions about politics and corruption

Are voters taking a softer stance against instances of corruption in politics?

A. Kathirasen - 17 Aug 2023, 7:00am


Perikatan Nasional (PN) performed very well in the Aug 12 state elections in Penang, Kedah, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Terengganu and Kelantan, winning 146 of the 245 seats contested.

It proved stronger than the Pakatan Harapan-Barisan Nasional combination despite a concerted attack by PH-BN against its leaders over corruption allegations.

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Thursday, August 17, 2023

Pestech: Told you so, MAHB

Pursuant to articles on mother blog, Another Brick in the Wall dated May 26 2021, June 14 2021, July 1 2021, and Aug 1st 2021, our reaction to the latest development on MAHB is "told you so".  

MAHB was long overdue for a new aerotrain. They are not wrong to put out the tender. And the delay by Pestech caused a major embarassment to the country. Foreign passengers were forced to walk when it finally broke down on the way to the terminal.  

MAHB may have comforted themselves with the assurance from Pestech that the problem faced by contractor will be resolved in due time when MACC moved in back in March 2022 in relation to the Aerotrain tender. They never did. 

Efforts to save MAHB from the embarassment of a wrong decision were made, including by this blog and more by The Edge. The tip-off from informer then were quite revealing and right, but was held back from publication to save MAHB the embarassment. 

The then tender committee chairman Tan Sri Dato Zainon Ali was persistent to not allow further delay and proceed with a decision. It was overwhelming that the then Chairman Dato Dr Zambery Kadeer conceded.      

Two years down the road, this happened. For God and Country, we done our part ...

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Friday, August 11, 2023

Two "bombs", and TSMY, family and PN is gone

Sinar Harian highlighted the potential result for tomorrow's 6 state elections at 3-3. It is similar to this blog's prediction for status quo. The Star was non-committal in tandem with the non-Malay media pushing for non-Malay voters to not take things for granted.  

A PAS-dominated PN win spells disaster for the economy. Bursa could plunge to 1,200, Ringgit to 5.00 and FDI plans cancel. The offensive campaign against PAS in Kedah, Kelantan and Terengganu have serious impact on market confidence in the event PN come out dominantly victorious.  

Coming close to polling day, one can expect last minute "bombs" released. Other than the illegal rare earth mining, which is suspected to be state condoned smuggling activity, two "election bombs" were released on PN few days ago. A draw is likely, but a surprise in favour of Unity Government is not out of the question. 

A wave is developing from the urban campaign and two "bombs". One was the lawsuit by Tan Sri Halim Saad on Tun Dr Mahathir and Tan Sri Nor Mohammed Yakcop. 

The second being the announcement by Tn Sri Azam Baki of Tan Sri Muhyiddin's son-in-law running from the law. 

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