Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Some Pictures and a Message about Sons and Sons-in-Law

Permatang Pauh's Big Night in pictures Part 1 and Part 2.

Bukit Mertajam, Last Night: DSAI made a short speech in English for the benefit of the English-speaking world. Yup, there were many foreign journalists. I'm not sure how many, but many. When he was the Deputy Prime Minister, Anwar was very popular with foreign journalists. They liked him. They liked Dr Mahathir, too, but in a different, less friendly, way.

DSAI said the world media were there because they were interested to witness the change:

"This victory is due to the commitment and the support and the conviction of the people, not only the people of Permatang Pauh but of Malaysians in general. We demand change. We want freedom. Freedom from injustice. We demand an independent judiciary. We want to give a real meaning to the spirit of Merdeka. In terms of the economy, we demand a fairer distribution of wealth for the majority. Not for the corrupt few, (not for) families, sons and sons-in-law."

I missed my blogging buddies (except for Jeff Ooi and Elizabeth Wong, who were up there with DSAI and the other Pakatan Rakyat leaders). I almost didn't make it for DSAI's victory celebration. We had no Press passes, but it was a good thing we knew some people, and the cops listened to reason (or excuses). Saw Lim Guan Eng for the first time since he became Chief Minister, but he didn't see me.


  1. Anonymous10:53 am

    "....In terms of the economy, we demand a fairer distribution of wealth for the majority. Not for the corrupt few, (not for) families, sons and sons-in-law."

    hahah kj kena. hahaha padan muka. go bury yourself la KJ. malu seh haha

    congrats PKR / PR!!

  2. Anonymous10:57 am

    Never mind if CM of penang never saw you.Off course he heard and know what you relate in your blog.

  3. The little sparks in the sky
    It doesn’t mean a lot at night
    It is the dim light will tell
    The journey of one man
    The aspirations of the Rakyat

    The road to Putrajaya
    It may seems impossible to arrive
    A little step it will take
    When it arrives nothing will stop it

    UMNO and its partners
    The silence of the night
    Thinking of ways to escape
    The inevitable journey will arrive
    Like it or not your days are numbered
    The aspirations of the Rakyat will triumph

    The journey of one man
    The aspirations of the Rakyat
    When he finally reaches Putrajaya
    Many things and laws will be set right

  4. Anonymous11:07 am

    bye the way where is dsai's son? Wonder where he is...


  5. I am happy that DSAI has own with a thumping majority, lest us not forget that this victory belongs to the rakyat, and not for PR, simply because the rakyat as for now, do not have other avenues besides PR to champion the cause for Bangsa Malaysia and Ketuanan of All Races.

    Let there be light

  6. Anonymous11:54 am

    it is normal to mention kroni!!!!

    hidup kj


  7. Anonymous12:07 pm

    What happened to RPK's Blog? Got hacked? or the government blocked it? - AK47

  8. Bro, lain kali bawak kertas yang digulng jadik kecik jadi ammo, pastu bawak getah rubberband. Die tak pandang kalu, lastik kat pipi die... pedihhh...

  9. A Sinking “Titanic” (BN) in Malaysia? (The show has just begun!)

    Malaysia’s Titanic (BN) was deemed unsinkable when it was first launched. Even when it hit an iceberg on 8 March 2008, it was so hard to accept that the ship will sink. When all efforts to save the ship from sinking was finally abandoned, the Captain (DSAB) just stood silently awaiting the fate as a forlorn man. He was hoping the Carpentia or some other nearby ships will come in time to save the passengers. It was sad to see the Captain firing off some distress flares to alert the Carpentier, but the Carpentier’s Captain (DSNTR) was just not convinced that the Titanic was in distress.

    In between is a love story of Leonardo DiCaprio (DSAI) and Kate Winslet (Azizah). Azizah refused to abandon her love, even though many a times, events show she should just save herself. She held on to hopes, hoping against hope that she and her love can pull thru and both will survive this tragedy. Both suffered mentally and emotionally and in the end, it was Azizah left to tell the tale of a great man who sacrificed himself to save her.

    As for the crew of the Titanic (Little Napoleons) and their friends who are rich and powerful corporate figures, who helped run the ship, did you see the desperation when they found out that the ship is really sinking. Most of them scramble to save their lives and abandon ship and some, with loads of money found they can’t buy anything they wanted, even a place on a lifeboat to save their lives (TDM migration). But not all, for there was a few brave Napoleons who tried to show they are committed to the name of Titanic (BN) and the show continues.

    There was an old couple who just lay in bed waiting for the ship to sink (MIC & PPP) abandoned by the young and too old to move around anymore. There were also musicians still playing the ship’s songs (MCA, PBB, LDP, PBRS, PRS, SAPP, SPDP, SUPP, UPKO) and died like true musicians dedicated to their role of love for music. There were also some crew (GERAKAN) still working to plug the leaks at the bottom of the ship until they themselves died thinking they were heroes not knowing the ship cannot be saved just by plugging some holes.

    Do you know who was the director of Titanic (BN) show? James Cameron (TDM).

    Did you know this show was shown around the world?

    Did you know Malaysia has some of the best actors and actresses and supporting casts?

    Anyway, it was just a movie, for the real show has only just begun!

    Posted at

  10. Anonymous12:18 pm

    anwar very near to selling us last time to the IMF. and selling his boss oso.

    and to HIS BOSS summore.

    what makes the ordinary Ah Sengs, Muthus, Ahmads, Lebai Kulups, HINDRAF Trillions, think that he will not sell us in the future?

    and he also was very greedy last time. (of course when he got the power lah)

    and on that two accounts alone (and some others), i will not want him to be at the summit of power. forever.

    everyone is supporting him NOT because he is the ONE, but they hate BN more than ever. its just a case of ANYONE BUT BN (ABB) campaign.

  11. Anonymous12:39 pm

    So now, will we see Anwar the hang himself with his many promises in his bid to become premier?

    And disappoint the dreamers of Utopia?

  12. Anonymous1:02 pm

    Anwar won the vote to return to parliament despite an intense campaign mounted by the Barisan Nasional coalition, which he has promised to unseat within a month with the help of defecting lawmakers.

    The failure to check Anwar has heaped more pressure on Abdullah, who has fought to hold on to his job since March general elections in which the opposition gained unprecedented ground.

  13. Congratulations to DSAI.

    SIL looked burried in Rembau.

  14. Anonymous1:12 pm

    Well done to all at PP
    !!!PEOPLE POWER!!!

    Here's a proposal to nominate & honour
    "Blogger(s) of d Month" - the PP Team!!

    pls read...

  15. Anonymous2:04 pm

    Thanks God. The newspapers lead by NST, Berita Harian, Utusan, the Star, TV3 and all linked government publications help Anwar to win handsomely. I read the editors comment in few papers + malay newspapers about the by election..cannot help lauging lah. I believe, they know nothing about politics...stupid write-up bro. You should go back to NST. We will support you,

  16. Anonymous2:17 pm

    whoai kera jantan!!! next time u shud just shut the hell up and stop talking thru ur dubur... it puts shame to oxfordians... malu!!

  17. Need the support of all Barisan Rakyat supporters!

    (TM Nut - Blocked MT, Invasion of Privacy, Censorship, Throttling P2P & Torrent Bandwidth, NST Printing Garbage!)

  18. Anonymous2:29 pm

    Why that crook John Soh seen there? Lining up to be proxy in case anwar do take over putarajaya?

  19. Anonymous2:44 pm

    drMpower said...

    "everyone is supporting him NOT because he is the ONE, but they hate BN more than ever. its just a case of ANYONE BUT BN (ABB) campaign."

    bunyi sama macam blog TDM yg terbaru.

    kalau tak suka BN & tak sokong DSAI, awat tak pangkah Hanafi dari AKIM ?

    - zZ

  20. Anonymous2:44 pm

    Excited to see if Anwar and PR can do better. If not, people power will do the same to him as they did to AAB & Co.

    -buzz lightmoon-

  21. Anonymous2:53 pm

    Bro Rocky,

    I am in tears. As a descendent of malay peasant, I am just about to be able to walk after crawling for for 600 years. Now Anwar ask me to share what ever crumbs left with the already well off. I wear a blackarm band to UiTM today, to mark my sorrow. And I am the only one who wear it. I got wolf stares, but I don't care.

    FAREWELL ONN JAAFAR, your baton is to heavy to be carried by the 21st Century UMNOrites but I promised that I will teach my students to be steadfast and to be self relience and to have heart of steel.

    Professor Selampit

  22. Countries that seek help from IMF like Thailand and South Korea are doing better than us economically. Our economy is stagnant and backward becoz of BN's bad governance, corruption, wastage and arrogance!!

  23. Anonymous3:13 pm

    Bravo! Kudos! Tahniah! Congrats!

    Its going to be an interesting future for Malaysia!

  24. Anonymous3:43 pm


    i tell you what. why dont you join your idol MM migrate to Zimbabwe & save us the rantings about IMF. Tiresome. and pls take along bentoh. you bunch makes me sick!


  25. Anonymous3:58 pm

    but I still have strong feeling that if Anwar really become a PM, kj will be in his camp...

    still cant forget the passport story the day Anwar release from jail

  26. Anonymous4:13 pm

    Remember, most of the name of the owner for this project are umno leader.

    When DSAI exposes it, Dr M throw him in prison. Now it happens again but through KJ proxy.

    List of privatisation projects approved in principle (Part 1)

    Monday, June 22, 1998

    1. South Klang Valley Expressway (Konsortium Gadek-Perspec Sdn Bhd comprising Perspec Prime Sdn Bhd, Gadek Bhd - Tan Sri Mohd Salleh Sulong, Datuk Maznah Jalil, Hishamuddin Kadir).

    2. Ipoh-Lumut Highway (Silex Sdn Bhd comprising Teras Cemara-MRCB, Perak Corporation Bhd-Perak State Economic Development Corporation subsidiary companies - Datuk Abdul Khalid Ahmad, Datuk Ahmad Nazri Abdullah, Datuk Abdul Kadir Jasin, Mohd Nor Mutalib, Perak SEDC subsidiary companies).

    3. East Coast Highway (Projek Lebuhraya Timur Sdn Bhd comprising MMC- PNB subsidiary companies, UEM, MTD-Seleksi - PNB subsidiary companies, Tan Sri Halim Saad, Datuk Nik Hussin Abdul Rahman).

    4. West Coast Highway from Taiping to Banting (Konsortium LPB Sdn Bhd comprising Talam Corp Bhd, Larut Consolidated Bhd, Perak Corporation Bhd, Perak SEDC subsidiary companies, Kumpulan Darul Ehsan Bhd, Selangor State Government subsidiary companies - Tan Sri Chan Ah Chye, Datin Thong Nyok Choo, Ahmad Johan, Chan Cheong Hoo, Mohd Alkaf Mohd Kahar, Perak SEDC subsidiary companies, Selangor State Government subsidiary companies).

    5. Kuala Lumpur-Rawang Highway (LeKLAS Sdn Bhd comprising MGIC Bhd, Ribuan Kerjaya Sdn Bhd, Gabungan Delima Sdn Bhd, Disitu Holding Sdn Bhd - Datuk Ghazali Khalid, Dr Norzan Mohd Yusof, Tan Sri Wan Abdul Rahman Wan Yaakob, Tengku Datuk Zainal Adlin Tengku Mahmud).

    6. Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway (Madang Permai Sdn Bhd comprising MKN Kencana Sdn Bhd, Gamuda Bhd, Darma Dedikasi Sdn Bhd - Datuk Mustaffa Kamal Abu Bakar, Datuk Lin Yun Ling, Wan Lokman Wan Ibrahim).

    7. Shah Alam-Kuang Highway (Kumpulan Guthrie Bhd - PNB, Employees' Provident Fund, Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim).

    8. Pandan Corridor Highway (Konsortium Alloy Consolidated Sdn Bhd comprising Alloy Consolidated Sdn Bhd, Puncak Sabit Sdn Bhd, Nikvest Sdn Bhd - Datuk Nik Hussin Nik Abdul Rahman, Nik Fauziah Nik Hussin, Mohd Pauzi Abdul Hamid).

    9. Muar-Tangkak-Segamat Highway (Konsortium Alam Ria Sdn Bhd comprising Anekawal Sdn Bhd, Eaglegray Sdn Bhd, Bidang Jaya Sdn Bhd - Datuk Wan Puteh Wan Mohd Saman, Tan Sri Dr Hamid Pawanteh, Dr Uzir Abdul Malik).

    10. Gemas-Pasir Gudang/Johor Baru Highway (Konsortium Syuhada Makmur Ria Sdn Bhd comprising Bumihiway Sdn Bhd, Syuhada Makmur Sdn Bhd - Tan Sri Dr Abdullah Abdul Rahman, Zaini Ismail, Dr Low Wan Loy, Mohd Zaini Amra).

    11. Senai-Johor Perdana-Desaru Highway (Konsortium KPRJ Rancak Bistari comprising Kumpulan Pasarana Rakyat Johor-Johor State Government subsidiary companies), Rancak Bistari Sdn Bhd - Datuk Hamdan Mohamad, Ahmad Zahdi Jamil, Johor State Government subsidiary companies).

    12. Penang Outer Ring Road Highway (Konsortium Peninsula Metroworks Sdn Bhd comprising Nadi Senadung Sdn Bhd, Kumpulan Pinang Sdn Bhd, Setegap Bhd - Datuk Ahmad Ismail, Datuk Anuar Othman, Datuk Ahmad Faud Md Ali, Goh Choon Ann, Chong Chee Huat).

    13. KL Transit Route Highway (Spektra Sdn Bhd comprising Sun Way City Bhd, Varia Mentari Sdn Bhd - Tan Sri Jeffrey Cheah Fook Ling, Tan Sri Muhd Yusuff Muhd Yunus, Hussaini Abdul Karim).

    14. Bridge to replace Johor Causeway (Konsortium Detik Nagasari comprising Detik Nagasari Sdn Bhd, Ibex Corp Sdn Bhd, DRB - the late Datuk Wan Adli, Datuk Yahya Jalil, Tan Sri Mohd Salleh Sulong).

    15. Privatisation of redevelopment of TPCA Stadium at Lot 5, Jalan Raja Muda Abdul Aziz and the development of National Sports Council land at Lot PT 1669 Jalan Pandan, Kuala Lumpur (Danau Hijau Sdn Bhd - Datuk Abdul Ghani Yusof, Dualim Yusoff).

    16. Finance Ministry complex, Likas, Sabah (Lembaga Tabung Haji - Lembaga Tabung Haji).

    17. Development of Royal Customs and Excise Department land in Tampoi and Larkin, Johor (Prousaha Sdn Bhd - Zubaidah Bunyamin, Hamzah Zainuddin, Dr Abdullah Sepien).

    18. Development of Royal Customs and Excise Department land in Bukit Gelugor, Seberang Perai and Seberang Perai Tengah (Konsortium Penang Shipbuilding & Construction Sdn Bhd-Koperasi Serbaguna Jelutong Pulau Pinang - Datuk Amin Shah Omar Shah, Azlan Shah Omar Shah, Faridah Omar Shah, Koperasi Serbaguna Jelutong).

    19. Development of Mara land in Jalan Enggang, Kuala Lumpur (ZAQ Development Sdn Bhd - Syed Abu Husin Hafiz Syed Fasal, Azmir Hanapiah).

    20. Development of Mara land in Persiaran Gurney, Kuala Lumpur (Halaman Ilmu Sdn Bhd - Ramli Ahmad, Abdullah Masod, Raja Nur Laili Raja Mokhtar).

    21. Construction of Maktab Kerjasama Malaysia (Farlim Group (M) Bhd - Datuk Lim Gait Tong, Datuk Iqbal Mohd, Kuppa Pitchai Rawther, Zainol Abidin Salleh).

    22. Renovation of official residence of the chief of delegation in Singapore and the High Commission office in Ottawa, Canada (Landmarks Engineering & Development Sdn Bhd - Datuk Razali Abdul Rahman, Datuk Che Mohd Annuar Che Mohd Senawi, Wong Kang Hwee).

    23. Construction of Malaysian Embassy in Washington DC, USA (Percon Corp Sdn Bhd - PNB subsidiary companies).

    24. Construction of Batu 3, Shah Alam, Selangor police station (Koperasi Polis Diraja Malaysia Bhd - Koperasi Polis Diraja Malaysia).

    25. Johor Baru Immigration Department complex (Dimensi Tuah Sdn Bhd - Dr Umikalsom Mohd Nor, Nor Aida Khalil).

    26. Ipoh district police headquarters complex, Perak (TH Universal Sdn Bhd, comprising Tabung Haji subsidiary companies - Lembaga Tabung Haji)

    27. Reconstruction of Johor police contingent headquarters (Konsortium JH Management Services Sdn Bhd, YPJ Development Sdn Bhd comprising Johor State subsidiary companies - Zainalabedin Othman, Norsehan Abu Bakar).

    28. Development of police reserve land in Jalan Tun H.S. Lee (Uda Holding Sdn Bhd - Ministry Of Finance Incorporated).

    29. Development of Fama land in Kelana Jaya, Selangor and Larkin, Johor Baru (KP Jurumurni Sdn Bhd - Azmi Mohammad, Lin Thean Seng, Sarban Singh s/o Bachan Singh).

    30. Construction of condotel on Lot 1278-1282 Port Dickson (Wadah Utama Sdn Bhd - Jamal Abdul Nasir Ghazali, Mohd Hussain Ariffin).

    31. Development of Royal Customs and Excise Department land in Klang Valley (Kasland Development Sdn Bhd comprising HMS Resources Sdn Bhd and Armed Forces Superannuation Fund Board - Tengku Tan Sri Ahmad Rithaudeen Tengku Ismail, Heng Aik Koon, Ng Teck Guan).

    32. Redevelopment of Education reserve land in Taman Setiawangsa (Sunimax Corp Sdn Bhd - Datin Dr Kalsom Ismail, Mohd Najeb Ali)

    33. Redevelopment of Sekolah Perempuan Seri Puteri, Kuala Lumpur (Sejati Avenue Sdn Bhd - Datuk Bahari Ali, Lim Poh Ho, Arsam Darmis).

    34. Development of Universiti Putra Malaysia hostel (Strategic Crest Sdn Bhd comprising PJS Industries Sdn Bhd - Datuk Ahmad Johan, Muhamad Nong).

    35. Development of Universiti Utara Malaysia hostel (Lembah Sintok Development Corp comprising Permodalan Kedah Bhd and Maju Mahsuri Sdn Bhd, and Aseania Holdings Sdn Bhd - Permodalan Kedah Bhd, Musa Sheikh Fadzir, Harun Faudzar, Omar Faudzar).

    36. Development of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia hostel (Alumni UKM-Pandan Development Sdn Bhd and Kausar Corp Sdn Bhd - Ahmad Effendy Abu Bakar, Kamshah Abu Bakar, Bernard Foo Kum Chuen, Bahrin Ayub, Tahrin Ayub).

    37. Development of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Skudai campus (Cygal Bhd comprising Superior Circles Sdn Bhd, Omega Nominees (Local), Syed Zain Al-Kudcy Syed Mahmood - Datuk Bujang Bagong, Syed Zain Al-Kudcy Syed Mahmood, Ismail Shafie, Seow Yong Chin).

    38. Redevelopment of Sekolah Rendah and Sekolah Menengah Khir Johari and Sekolah Menengah Bandar Sungai Petani, Kedah (Ratus Vista Sdn Bhd comprising Menara Hidayat Sdn Bhd, Syabas Awansari Sdn Bhd - Zarina Hashim, Mustapha Md Jusoh, Ooi Teng Kok).

    39. Co-operation between Boustead Holdings Bhd and Universiti Malaya for the planting of oil palm trees (Boustead Holdings Bhd and Armed Forces Superannuation Fund Board - Armed Forces Superannuation Fund Board).

    40. Privatisation of the development of Klang Port Authority land (Syarikat Dermaga Suasa Sdn Bhd - Datuk Megat Najmudin Megat Khas, Tan Sri Ahmad Farouk Ishak).

    41. Development of Penang Port Commission land (Konsortium LGG Sdn Bhd comprising Life Development Sdn Bhd, Goldencolt (M) Sdn Bhd - Abdul Latif Hashim, Yeow Siew Wah).

    42. Proposed development of DBKL land at Lot 9016 & 9017 in Mukim Batu, Kuala Lumpur (Fadason Holdings Sdn Bhd - Harun Faudzar, Omar Faudzar).

    43. Proposed development of DBKL longhouse in Jinjang Utara (Mega Legacy Sdn Bhd - Datuk Ridzuan Abdul Hamid, Yap Suan Chee, Shaib Md Elah).

    44. Proposed redevelopment of DBKL land at Lot 24207-24210 in Mukim Petaling, Kuala Lumpur (Tongkat Jaya Sdn Bhd - Abdul Halim Abdul Rahman, Roslan Abdul Rahman, Abdullah Mahmad).

    45. Proposed redevelopment of government quarters at Lot 3983, Jalan Ampang Kiri, Kuala Lumpur (Titian Aspirasi Sdn Bhd - Tan Sri Ahmad Mohd Yusof, Datuk Mohd Razali Abdul Rahman).

    46. Proposed cemetery land redevelopment in Jalan Lapangan Terbang, Loke Yew and Jalan Sungai Besi (Pribena Construction Sdn Bhd - Supek Yusof, Roshita Ahmad Stalin, Faizal Ahmad Stalin)

    47. Proposed construction of elevated pedestrian network in Kuala Lumpur (EPN Sdn Bhd comprising Pilecon Development Sdn Bhd and Casa Armas Sdn Bhd - Hong Lee Pee, Lim Miau Yong, Wan Mohd Adli Wan Daud, Datuk Dr Jaafar Ahmad)

    48. Proposed City Hall land development at Batu 3 1/4 Jalan Kelang Lama (Monumental Properties Sdn Bhd - Engku Affandi Sulaiman, Zakaria Salleh)

    49. Proposed City Hall land development at Lot 2 and 3 Section 94, Jalan Syed Putra (Israk Jaya Sdn Bhd - Onn Abdul Aziz, Raja Kamaruzzaman)

    50. Proposed development of Lot 5252, 24344, 24680 Kampung Seri Malaysia Baru, Kampung Melayu and Kampung Muhibbah, Sungai Besi, Kuala Lumpur (Milek Perusahaan Sdn Bhd - Muhd Shafiee Mat Ali, Datuk Tan Liu Beeng)

    51. Redevelopment of Putra bus station (Panoramic Benefit Sdn Bhd - Dr Zaharuddin Alias, Norzan Abdullah)

    52. Redevelopment of government quarters at Lot 65, Jalan U-Thant and Lot 66, Jalan Ampang (Maju Selantar Sdn Bhd - Abdullah Md Ali, Abdullah Ali)

    53. Redevelopment of Chow Kit market (KL City Bazar Sdn Bhd (used to known as Nikmat Mahir Sdn Bhd) - Wan Ismail Wan Nik, Abdul Aziz Tahir)

    54. Redevelopment of Weld swimming pool (Wangsa Sejati Sdn Bhd - Tan Sri Vincent Tan, the late Datuk Wan Adli Wan Ibrahim, Tan Wee Giap)

    55. Redevelopment of Kampung Haji Abdullah Hukum (Pantai Dalam Sdn Bhd - Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, Dr Tajuddin Mohd Jali, Bahrin Ayub, Wong Boong Loong)

    56. Redevelopment of City Hall quarters in Jalan Cheras, Kuala Lumpur (Warisan Tradisi Sdn Bhd - Datuk Abdul Ghani Yusof, Mohd Kamil Jamil, Datuk Lee Lam Thye)

    57. Redevelopment of government quarters in Jalan Peel and Jalan Cochrane, Kuala Lumpur (Cochrane Indah Sdn Bhd comprising Progresif Setia Sdn Bhd, Konsortium Super Vision City, Citra Integrasi Sdn Bhd - Jen (Rtd) Tan Sri Yaacob Mohd Zain, Tun Ghafar Baba, Asnida Tun Daim)

    58. Land development in Jalan Pahang/Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur (Taman Sari project) (Asie Sdn Bhd - Datuk Khalil Akasah, Datin Nik Rahimah Wan Ahmad)

    59. Land development at Lot 218, 302, 304, 247 Jalan Pahang, Mukim Setapak, Kuala Lumpur (TH Properties Sdn Bhd - Lembaga Tabung Haji subsidiary company)

    60. Development of Lot 1560, 920 and 3, Damansara Kuala Lumpur (Taman Tun Dr Ismail Sdn Bhd - PNB subsidiary company)

    61. Land development at Lot 5631 Jalan Sekilau, Batu 3 1/2 Cheras, Kuala Lumpur (Barb Holdings Sdn Bhd - Johari Abu Bakar, Mohd Shariff Abdul Hamid)

    62. Privatisation of the refrigeration complex construction, Selayang wholesale market (Forever Fresh Coolstore Technology Sdn Bhd - Datuk Ezat Amir, Datuk Anuar Othman)

    63. Privatisation of Armed Forces Complex construction in Bukit Gedung, Penang (Warisan Pinang Sdn Bhd comprising Citi Integrated Sdn Bhd, Armed Forces Superannuation Fund Board and Iqrah Holdings Sdn Bhd - Datuk Mohd Ramzan Ibrahim, LTAT, Datuk Mohamed Iqbal)

    64. Privatisation of Division 1 quarters complex at Muara Tuang and Royal Ranger Camp 4 in Sarawak (Konsortium Jendela Hikmat Sdn Bhd - Datuk Nik Ibrahim Nik Mahmood, LTAT, Baharin Ayob)

    65. Privatisation of Majidi Camp Johor (Himpun Bersatu Sdn Bhd, LTAT, Prasarana Rakyat Johor Group - Datin Rozana Redzuan, LTAT, Johor State Government subsidiary company)

    66. Privatisation of Royal Malaysian Air Force bachelors' housing quarters construction (Farizar Sdn Bhd - Zubaidah Bunyamin, Azizi Hisham Bunyamin)

    67. Redevelopment of shooting range land at Sungai Dua, Penang (Cherating Metropolitan Sdn Bhd comprising Citi Integrated Sdn Bhd, Koperasi ATM Berhad, Malaysian Teachers' Foundation Berhad - Datuk Mohd Ramzan Ibrahim, Koperasi ATM Berhad, Malaysian Teachers' Foundation Berhad)

    68. Privatisation of National Defence Learning Centre complex construction (Puspahanas) Templer Park Selangor (Awan Megah Sdn Bhd - Raja Ropiaah Raja Abdullah, Mohd Mokhlis Abdul Jalil, Selangor State Government subisidiary company)

    69. Development of Armed Forces Training Centre, Gemas Camp complex (Consortium comprising Pilecon Engineering Bhd, Gemasama Sdn Bhd, Pembinaan Seleksi Sdn Bhd, Saquina Sdn Bhd - Tan Hock Keng, Hong Lee Pee, Datin Mahyon Idris, Chong Kok Keong, Dr Nordin Ahmad, LTH subsidiary company, Zaini Ismail)

    70. Redevelopment of Hospital Permai, Tampoi, Johor Baru (Industrial Oxygen Incorporated Berhad - Tan Sri Lee Shin Cheng, Datuk Ibrahim Abdul Rahman, Lee Cheng Leang, Chan Fong Ann, Lee Yeow Chor, Yeo How)

    71. Privatisation of Lady Templer Hospital site (Jiwa Unik Sdn Bhd - Tan Sri Halim Saad, Bidari Tan Sri Mohamed, Tan Sri Teong Teck Leng)

    72. Aquaculture Perda Kuala Sungai Pinang (Bagan Runding Sdn Bhd - Ghazali Saiboo, Othman Zakaria)

    73. Teluk Bahang Perda Tourism Centre (Winrank Sdn Bhd - Mahani Mydin, Ramlah Mahadi)

    74. Pulau Asmara Tourism Centre, Ferringi, Perda (Carta Minda Sdn Bhd comprising ABI Construction & Carta Minda - Datuk Mohd Zahari Abd Rahman, Huzair Othman, Shawalludin Md Din, Mohd Zulkhairi Mohd Zain)

    75. Perda Pongsu Seribu Growth Centre (Udabina Sdn Bhd - Muhammad Fadhil Muhammad, Mohd Nor Hamzah, Datuk Muhammad Hamzah)

    76. Perda Tok Alang Growth Centre (LTH/Pinang Holdings Group comprising KP Capital Corporation, KP Usahasama Sdn Bhd, KP Equities Sdn Bhd - Lembaga Tabung Haji, Datuk Ahmad Fuad Ali, Datuk Anwar Othman, Kumpulan Pinang Holdings)

    77. Jengka Jaya housing (Prescon Sdn Bhd comprising Salam Properties Sdn Bhd, Arctic Engineering & Civil Engineering Sdn Bhd - Datuk Elli Mohd Tahir, Elman Mohd Tahir, Rahmah Abu Bakar)

    78. Permatang Shahbandar II, Jengka housing (Housecoff Sdn Bhd - Rosli Harun, Mohd Khalid Harun)

    79. Lurah Indah housing and golf course, Jengka (Usra Sdn Bhd - Abdul Shukor Mohamed, Jaafar Mohamed, Abu Manshor Dain, Hendon Mohamed)

    80. Lembaga Kemajuan Johor Tenggara (Kejora) (Konsortium Kejora-YPJ Sdn Bhd comprising MBO Group, YPJ Corporation Sdn Bhd, Tawakkal (Johor) Sdn Bhd, Yayasan Pendidikan Kota Tinggi - Zubir Yahya, Datuk Amirullah AM Mahyudin, Azlan Abas, Mohamed Tawfik Tun Dr Ismail, Toh Puan Norashikin Ismail, Samad Solbai, Abdullah Mohd Salleh)

    81. Syarikat Pahangbif Sdn Bhd (Pahangbif Holdings Sdn Bhd comprising RB Agro Industries Sdn Bhd, MHY Animal Industries Sdn Bhd - Tengku Abdullah Ibni Sultan Ahmad Shah, Tengku Ahmad Rithaudeen Tengku Ismail, Tengku Uzir Tengku Ubaidillah, Datuk Mohd Hussain Yusof)

    82. Syarikat Darabif Sdn Bhd (MHY Animal Industries Sdn Bhd - Datuk Mohd Hussain Yusof, Hanifah Md Ariff, Hazizul Mohamed Hussain)

    83. Perda Juice factory (Kami Koshida Sdn Bhd - Omar Abdul Aziz, Abdul Razak Osman)

    84. Syarikat Majutani Keda Sdn Bhd (Nuri Sakti Sdn Bhd - Rushdi Abdul Rahman, Kamaruzaman Mohd Amin, Mohd Yusoff Ismail, Mazliza Ahmad)

    85. Department of Occupational Safety and Health institutional inspection activities (Velosi Certification Sdn Bhd comprising Velosi (M) Sdn Bhd, Selat Semarak Sdn Bhd - Dr Nabil Abdul Jalil, Datuk Mohamed Zain Mohamed Yusof, Datuk Jimin Idris, Lily Rozita Tajuddin)

    86. East Area Federal Government common usage building management (Building Lindungan Sdn Bhd - Ahmad Puad Ismail, Abdul Hadi Awang Hamat)


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  27. "(not for) families, sons and sons-in-law."

    I hope nurul Izzah can also step down as MP in Lembah Pantai because wat i seen Lembah Pantai become worse day by day.

    Anyway the quote is so beautiful n Pak Lah (family) govt shud be ousted now.

  28. Anonymous4:39 pm

    Bye Bye Be END!

    Re-For-Ma-Si !
    Re-For-Ma-Si !
    Re-For-Ma-Si !

  29. Dear My Malaysian Citizen,

    As one of the Malay probe says, "Menang sorak kampung tergadai". Don't overjoyed yet cause we don't know when Anwar going to sell us again. Good luck to all Malaysian. May God bless us.


  30. drmpower

    If DSAI nearly sell the nation and his boss to IMF in 1997....meaning no sale took place then. Nothing lost.

    But TDM still accuse a father in law and SIL is selling the nation to another country and has sold some of the assets to same how?

    If DSAI said of couse la he lie but TDM who is your idol Guess the near sale which happened 10 years ago is more sinful than the ongoing selling and already sold done by ppl from a party u supported!

    skewed logic!


  31. A thank you message


  32. Saya sebagai ahli Pergerakan PEMUDA UMNO Malaysia mengucapkan setinggi-tinggi tahniah kepada DSAI atas kemenangan bergaya.

    Kemenangan Datuk adalah berpunca dari kebencian orang ramai terhadap BN dan juga kemeluatan pengundi-pengundi terhadap corak serangan propaganda politik BN yang "overkilling" melalui media massa.

    Insaflah wahai UMNO ku yang disayangi...Perbaikilah mana yang bocor mana yang rosak. Matikanlah anai-anai yang memakan tiang dan pasak-pasak UMNO.

    Sebagai perwakilan UMNO Pandan, saya akan mencalonkan Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir sebagai Calon KEtua PEMUDA UMNO Malaysia. Jom sokong!!!

    Berjuanglah dengan jujur, ikhlas, berani dan telus.

  33. AA !
    I have been at home in PJ these past weeks!
    My Mother passed away 06/08/08, at the age of 89!
    I have composed a piece for her & would inquire if you would post/publish at yr site!
    06/08/08 would be 30 days & there is a memorial service & lunch at the Methodist Tamil Church at Brickfields!
    Leilavathy Mariam T.S.Mahesan was a remarkable woman & a truly Anak Buah/Anak Bangsa Malaysia!
    Pls advise me on the procedures!

  34. the father of gangsterism in malaysia politic, who promote gangsterism in parliament, political party and all election... has just helped to bury his own political career and his father-in-law too.

  35. Anonymous8:51 pm

    From Msiakini at 5.30pm, confirmed that "Malaysia Today blocked! Order from MCMC ". From the posting, Malaysia Today is accessible via IP addr and web address

    Hope this helps. Regards.

  36. Anonymous9:25 pm

    Help ! Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has ordered all internet service providers (ISPs) to block controversial online portal Malaysia Today.

    Is there another proxy or DNS that we can route to ??

    What the f is our Govt doing now ?? Police state ? Bar all blog sites ??

  37. Link to opinion poll whether MCA should leave BN

    The current result is obvious. MCA is a disgrace to the Chinese. Liow Tiong Lai was in PP when the Umno goons were chanting the racist taunts.

  38. Brader,

    Now that the Anwar bandwagon is going full steam to achieving the targeted PM post, any obstacles such as the sodomy trial and the Nalla corruption charges will make Anwar mad. More so now that he is THE man of the hour.

    Will he take them in similar jovial mood or will there be more street demos ?

  39. Anonymous10:09 pm


    Yes, the Titanic is sinking very slowly, hit by the karmic bomb!!


  40. A thank you message

  41. Now that Thursday is confirm by the swear Anwar in Parliament....the whole process to bring him back to Parliament should proceed smoothly and peacefully.
    Was fortunate to catch Rocky in action...interviewing some NGOs...finished...shook his hands.
    Off he went....saying Anwar is next.
    Yes....Permatang Pauh..never seen..never had the experience to see...the entire UMNO top leaders there...never had 6000+ police force with machine guns to protect them...never had such massive traffic jams...never had so many speeches to listen to which one..all top political leaders...never had so much banners..flags.......posters....and the list goes on and on.
    I told myself....UMNO is in real serious mood....and Anwar was facing such powerful advertising machinery...with years ahead experiences against Anwar....that I told myself....everyone knows Anwar will win...but if UMNO can succeed to reduce the majority to a very slim what....a win is a win.
    All Malaysians to see Anwar is back in Parliament.after 10 long years of absence.
    But Permatang Pauh votes spoke like never before. They spoke oN behalf of all a huge majority to Anwar.....never once disappointed the whole country.
    Poring non stop rain...road terrible road jams...dud not stop them to come fear on all are truthful loyal people...with nothing to fear from.
    I for grateful to thank represent my feelings.
    Now everything is over...we wait for 16th September.

  42. Anonymous10:29 pm

    Dengar lah sembang Anwar tu. Habis semua orang dekat keliling tak betul. Dia sorang je betul.

  43. Salam,

    Rocky, Malaysia-Today ada alternate site ka? SKMM dah blocked site m2day?

  44. Anonymous12:24 am

    We wish Anwar to know that we voted for him because we want change and feel that he is all out to deliver that. If he does not keep to his words, then like the rest, we will oust him like the rest. Some 25 years ago, i remember when Mahathir started his administration, all over town were pasted clean, trustworthy and efficient government banners. After sometime you know they all forget about what they pledged to the citizens. I hope Anwar will not do the same. Otherwise, he will too face the chopping block.


  45. Anonymous12:33 am can joke too Rocky. I too saw LGE in Permatang Pauh but he did not recognise me.

  46. What did BN do immediately after 826 PP by-election?


    The first victim: the blogger King RPK!

    When will BN ever learn? Perhaps they never will.

  47. Anonymous1:05 am

    Is that John Soh re. Soh Chee Wen in picture? Now in DSAI's camp? Suprise!!! Suprise!!! I thought he is Tun Ling Liong Sik good buddy & one of MCA PJ division chief?

  48. Permatang Pauh - It's a very sad outcome. I pray the country will be saved from this mad person.

  49. Politic sucks to the suckers. Don't suck everthing you hear and see. Yeah, Anwar, PKR and PR have won. Bravo! So, now what? Are we happy? Will there be a never ending happiness for us in the future? Are we going to move forward or backward, upward or downward? Are we going straight to our goal of becoming a developed nation, or a nation suffering from problems created by the widening gap between the rich and the poor. Will after this Malays, Chinese and Indians stand equally tall with one another? Will the blue colour of the Jalur Gemilang signifies the unity not only among the Malays, Chinese and Indians (as it had always been said in the media including blogs) but also unity among all other races in Sabah and Sarawak that have joined hands to make possible the formation of Malaysia?
    Ye political leaders in this country. If you tend to forget the purpose of you being our elected reps, we the rakyat will remind you of your duties in a very hard way that your children's children would not want to be involved in politics no more. So, buck up and do your jobs.

  50. Anonymous2:43 am

    Anwar's win will mean rewriting M'sian political history. UMNO will need to take a page out of his book. They need to transcend racial politics, corruption, insidious loyalty, in-fighting and nepotism.

  51. Let's keep our fingers crossed that DSAI does what he promised. I'm sure most of us would not want to be forced to vote BN back in power due to a corrupt PR!

  52. Anonymous9:08 am

    Here is some comment from my video clip
    everybody enjoy

    mamak nyanyok

  53. Anonymous9:10 am

    A "big-possibility-sodomite" as my future PM? Not in my lifetime, I hope.


  54. Anonymous1:13 pm

    Memetik kata Che Det.Pembangkang tak kuat,cuma BN saja yg lemah.

    Dey apa daa..Tak nak ngaku lagi tu.Terima saja hakikat Pembangkang sekarang memang kuat!!


  55. Anonymous1:43 pm

    kj's ambition taking over PETRONAS. celaka!

  56. Anonymous2:37 pm

    yea bro..either go back to NST or Malay Mail since there is another mini tsunami happening there.

    MM losing it's old timers one by one. Tony F seems to be counter offering the wrong people.

    Haiz Tony F, go back to your golf magazine. That's what you do best.

    Bro, take over MM la. Create a Tsunami of your own..haha

  57. bro,
    I am sicked and tired of UMNO bustard BN government to shut Malaysia-Today blog president of Bloggers Union,can you organise some kind of protest to 'wake up' idiot smiling moron mr kojak son of arab to fxxx off???

  58. Anonymous4:27 pm

    what anwar said is no different from what BN is promoting what!!

    what an idiot.


  59. Anonymous5:33 pm

    Look at the inspirational speech by Senator Edward Kennedy (who is being treated for brain cancer) on the first day of the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado, when he said:


    Would any Umno leader dare to stand up at the Umno General Assembly and say:


    And that, my dear Khairy and Rais, is the difference between the US and Malaysia.

    So, spare us your rantings against the US.

    As a letter in the NST the other day pointed out, in the US, an African-American can aspire to become President of the US.

    Can a non-Malay Malaysian aspire to become Prime Minister of Malaysia?

  60. Anonymous6:29 pm

    Jangan belagak lah penyokong PKR.Kalau PAS tak sokong jangan harap nak dapat undi melayu..


  61. Anonymous4:17 am

    To the anonymous person who posted the list of privatizations.. Don't you think that maybe the "privatization" you seem to think as cronyism or whatever else Anwar "exposed" might just be a list of MALAY people doing well in the business world, and suddenly they are called cronies or proxies? Sure, some of them might be UMNO leaders, but isn't UMNO a party for Malay rights and such? Is it wrong then for a member of a pro-Malay party to be in a (successful) business?

  62. Anonymous4:45 pm

    Sokong PAS tapi tak sokong DSAI dan DAP.

    Kenapa perlu Parti yg di pimpin oleh DSAI yang Korupt dan DAP yang Kapiak !!!