Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Dr M on Port Klang's RM4.6 billion debacle ...

Update 5.15 pm:
Sorry mates, didn't get to shoot the question. No press conference either. Heard that Chan Kong Choy was going to talk about the PKFZ at the lunch press conference, so I'll wait for that one.
In the meantime, there is something rotten in the state of Malaysia, Tun Dr M said. Turn to next post, please.

Original post
... and other issues affecting us. Dr Mahathir is scheduled to meet bloggers, web-site owners and on-line writers at the Perdana Leadership Foundation at 10 this morning. If I'm lucky enough to find a standing room in the lecture hall, I will ask him about the fiasco at Port Klang, which was his pet subject when he was Prime Minister.
People are also curious to know if he had changed his views about his successor.

Watch this space for the breaking news!


  1. T Q for yr breaking news on breaking matters. Much appreciated

  2. I once had to deal with a sad case of a relative, where the doctors had discovered that the cancer had spread so far into the organ that it was impossible to operate.
    To remove the cancer would also kill the patient.

    I pray that corruption has not yet reached that stage for this country.

    If we get there, we may well look on the Phillipines with envy.

  3. Anonymous1:13 pm

    I just can't wait.

  4. Anonymous1:47 pm

    Will Mahathir comment on the brain drain from Msia, as highlighted recently by HRH the Sultan of Selangor?

    Or comment on the recent call by HRH the Perak Crown Prince that persons with a dubious past should not hold public office?

  5. Anonymous4:08 pm

    Hope you have the scoop BEFORE Malaysiakini or Screenshots.

    The waiting is really painful.....

  6. Anonymous5:44 pm

    From what we hear of the event today, you had a lot of standing room.

  7. Anon 5.44,

    Who's "we"?

  8. Anonymous1:36 am

    "We" are just a bunch of college kids observing Malaysian politics from under a tree.

  9. At the rate things are going, we might end up as tree-dwellers.

    Loin cloth, anybody?