Thursday, November 26, 2009

Mr.Prime Minister can you please clarify.....where's your home?

Prime Minister Toh Tuan Dato'Seri Najib Tun Razak, who is also the direct descendant of Bugis royalty was given an "official welcoming ceremony" or armantuli during his recent visit to Makassar,South Sulawesi.(pic left,courtesy of thestaronline)

The nostalgic royal welcome has raised questions as to Najib's premiership,is his loyalty to Malaysia as the Prime Minister or his "royal status" in Makassar?To a question as to how Malaysians might view the fact that he had roots in Makassar in a negative light,Najib said "I am not apologetic about it.I feel truly at home here.This is my family history,and I'm proud of it".

Back home in Malaysia however,there was another homecoming.The returned of PI P. Balasubramaniam has now put the entire country back on it's toes,as to the death of Mongolian Model Altantuya Sharibbu.When US General Douglas MacArthur once uttered his famous words "I shall returned",little did Malaysians imagine that a different Douglas MacArthur would emerge in the land now fondly referred to as Bolehland.

While PI Bala may not have been accorded the royal welcome home,Malaysians has certainly welcome him home to unveiled the truth,that has put this beloved country of ours to shame in the eyes of the global community. Malaysia Today's website had the story and video clip,which I've uploaded in my blog.

Lawyer: Najib ‘Linked’ To Bala’s Disappearance


“As matters stand, I am concerned about the involvement of Nazim (Razak), Najib’s younger brother. The question is why would he have an interest in Bala’s disappearance if it were not to protect his brother?” asked Americk.

Any reasonable person would draw the conclusion that Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak is somehow linked to the disappearance of P Balasubramaniam, according to the private investigator’s lawyer.

“The facts seem to point to the possibility that they wanted him out of the way and delegated this job to others close to them to execute,” said Americk Singh Sidhu (left) in an interview withMalaysiakini.

“As matters stand, I am concerned about the involvement of Nazim (Razak), Najib’s younger brother. The question is why would he have an interest in Bala’s disappearance if it were not to protect his brother?” asked Americk.

Balasubramaniam recently emerged from hiding to reveal that he had met Nazim, an architect, the night before he made a dramatic reversal and recanted his first statutory declaration in which he alleged that Najib had close ties with murdered Mongolian woman Altantuya Shaariibuu.

Balasubramaniam also claimed that he was offered RM5 million by one Deepak, a businessman close to Najib’s wife, Rosmah Mansor, to retract his first statutory declaration.

Najib had repeatedly denied speculations that he was behind Balasubramaniam’s retraction.

In the interview, Americk recounted how he was introduced to Balasubramaniam, on his reaction to the retraction of Balasuubramaniam’s first statutory declaration and his subsequent meeting with the former police officer after he emerged from hiding a year later.

The lawyer also revealed that the video recording of his interview with Balasubramaniam three months ago was secretly taken as an “insurance in the event he was apprehended by the parties involved in his departure from this country over a year ago”.

“He did not know he was being filmed at that time but we did inform him of this later and he understood why we did it,” said Americk.

According to him, while Balasubramaniam may have committed an offence under the Statutory Declarations Act 1960 for giving conflicting statutory declarations, he could nevertheless defend himself against the charge as it “would appear he was coerced, intimidated and/or forced to sign the second statutory declaration under duress”.

But those who allegedly instigated the swearing of the false second statutory declaration – Deepak, one ASP Suresh and lawyer M Arunampalam – are also liable to criminal charges for abetment and conspiracy, added Americk.

“In so far as Nazim is concerned, he was involved in criminal intimidation of Bala besides a possibility of being roped into the abetment/conspiracy charges arising from the creation of the second false statutory declaration.”







67 comments:

  1. Could nazim be najib's gestapo? i'm not surprised.

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  2. Habislah 1Malaysia!
    I am disgusted and have nothing more to say. I wonder whether this website can be viewed in Malaysia!!

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  3. Najip is a Bugis? Then is he a bumiputera? Is it true that his wife is so evil? Musa just gave her Sabah highest pangkat! She is a gangster boss??

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  4. If Najib feels truly at home at Makassar,we now need to have a new Prime Minister in Malaysia.Najib's 1Malaysia is all crap.

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  5. Malaysians especially Sabahan and Sarawakian can drop their eyeball now that the leader they have voted is infact a cold blooded murderer...!

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  6. yangpentingimportantNovember 26, 2009 at 7:10 AM

    Whatever la... as long as he is here (Malaysia) and doing a great job as our PM... OK la tu :)

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  7. Without proof we should not made any assumptions!!!

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  8. Wonder, where you get the sources???

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  9. Of course MALAYSIA la... He is Malaysian ba!

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  10. The whole bunch of these idiots should be hang including the PI Bala himself. Why now only exposed the whole thing? Is it because the supposedly RM5mil did not reach, the middle man could have hijacked the rest of money and Bala was mad and felt cheated because he just got 750,000 only. Hantu semua jugalah..why in the first he did not expose to the whole world what was going on if he is sincere, only when sudah kena tipu then tell the story...semua ular jugalah..Now what!!

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  11. Alah, what about Khir Toyo then?

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  12. So Malay came from Sulawesi, Chinise came from China and Indian from Indian. Then the real bumiputera are the orang asli and Iban.

    Terang terang PM say he is from Sulawesi. Our Osman Jamal our land and survey director is bugis. He wasn't even born here. That is the reason why he gave lots of land to bugis in Sandakan.

    NT can not be given to foreigner

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  13. Our Najis did not do a good job as our economy is getting worst and worst. 1Malaysia is only for Malay as BN component party like MCA tiada guna. All the cina leader want is no 1. MIC also tiada guna as Samy Velu suda kalah. Tinggal PBS tapi PBS bukan Melayu.

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  14. While most Malaysians were intoxicated with Najib's 1Malaysia,many were unaware of his actual modus operandi.His timely returned to his ancestral homeland has risen hope for him in the event of any eventualities,should Bala shakes the hornets nest.

    The truth must be known.

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  15. Anonymous (November 27, 2009 1:31 AM ):

    aiiks... any proof???

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  16. The concept of 1Malaysia is very good...I hope it can be realised :)
    So please support our PM :P

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  17. I live in the US and read this website and also the Malaysia Today, what was written and exposed are indeed very disgusting on what is happening in Malaysia, which I really hope the people of Malaysia will open their eyes as to what is going on with the nation. However I was just wondering whether these websites are accessible by people living in Malaysia, because the Malaysian Government may have blocked them to prevent people in Malaysia from reading them.
    Can somebody tell me?

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  18. Our PM is actually still struggle to make a better result for us...still in a process to continue to develop our country, to united us and of course to keep this peaceful country lasting..Just give him a chance to proof it...

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  19. It all started from Mahathir.

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  20. My friends and I felt so ecstatic,when we actually met our icon Ronnie Klassen in the flesh.As professionals from the younger generation,it was a moment we shall never forget.He was such an approachable and warm person,a person in the know yet humble in nature.

    He is truly an inspiration to the younger generation and a wake up call to the older generation-a true leader.

    Young professionals

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  21. Has PKR Sabah become irrelevant?I'm bemused that all the press statements lately from the opposition in the local mainstream media in Sabah is coming from SAPP and DAP.

    As the lead party-government in waiting,DSAI must be dumb to think PKR Sabah is doing a fantastic job..!! The leadership in PKR Sabah are so dis-organized,disillusioned and so old school that one wonders whether there is actually such a party call PKR in Sabah.

    UMNO/BN are in desperation mode,their leaders are in disarray and will do anything to stay in power-lying to their teeth.1Malaysia and the Crime Minister is a foreigner and makes no apology of it,how pathetic can this be?

    I would not even want to suggest that the leadership of PKR Sabah wake up,but many would agree that unless new blood is not seen,PKR Sabah is history.

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  22. Some of your comments are pro and some are against najib, the bugis layman of malaya. Not fit to say about sabah. not even fit to come to sabah. Why? Because he is just another of these already abundant beings crawling in sabah called bugis. Where do you think he will run away if to be chased? Indon of course. That is his homeland. In malaysia he is just another pendatang. Not his motherland. There is no one in the world who can have two motherland. Even our Prophets had only one respectively, if I'm not mistaken. So, who is he? Just another low-rated scumbag. Of course he hates the 20 points of Sabah. So, you sabahan who are still pro to him, better lick his ass.

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  23. I have 1 question here....why is Bugis been recognize in peninsular Malaysia, but not in Sabah?

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  24. Anon, my thoughts exactly. With the likes of those current PKR members. It won't convinced the people at all. All of them care only for their own personal gain. They are just another replica of BN. Some even seek greener pastures elsewhere.

    Change we must. But the thought of having PKR ruling, it makes no difference to me. They had better do something because the Sabahans are not easily convinced.

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  25. Roxy you're right.Somehow at this moment in time it appears that the State PKR leadership is on sabbatical leave or sleeping.

    DSAI should get down to Sabah and start kicking their butts.Ever since the new PKR Chief Ahmad Thamrin, was appointed PKR Sabah doesn't seem to exist,why is that?

    The state leadership needs to be completely overhaul with new blood.

    Unconvinced but still hopeful.

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  26. Not just new blood. In order to reverse all the things that Mahathir left behind. The new leader must be ready to make alot of enemies with those ministers and politicians. For example, when they wanted to beat corruption. He must get rid of those who stand in the way of progress and improvements. That's why he needs to be cruel. If he sincerly wanted the best for his people. Those ministers have to go. The other thing is that, when one execute such thorough revamp within the system, there are bound to be people who wanted him dead.

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  27. LOL!How should I know which 'home' he is belong to.But he certainly not a KDM for me.LMAO!

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  28. Looks like the PM's brother is involved after all. This is one heavy allegations. Giving conflicting or false statutory declaration can cause big trouble for the accused. Hence, he/she have become a scapegoat who ends up being punished by the court High Order.

    I sense trouble is brewing. O'oh..

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  29. Woohoo, I bet someone is trying to sneak on his birth cert.

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  30. I think it's time for Najib to change the cabinet. If he wants the economy and development to improve further, he should just get rid those corrupted-hidden-agendas-greedy-iron-fists-bigoted-good-for-nothing-racicts-ministers.

    They are just an eye-sore to the Malaysian people and an obstruct towards the improvement of this country.

    This kind of ministers should be shot as they are doing their best to keep Malaysia from being well-known and developed in the eye of the world.

    All Mahathir's 22 years of efforts have gone down the drain. All this after Pak Lah replace him as the next CM and now Najib.

    Do something and change everything for the benefits of the people,Najib. Stop dilly-dallying there.

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  31. gsot (November 29, 2009 7:03 PM)

    Hahahahaha..I think so too. But aww hell. Why should we be bother with his heritage? I'm sure some of us have forefathers coming from foreign countries and married the local ladies and happily married with children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

    Whatever it is, he is still a Malaysian. Born and breed in Malaysia.

    And don't start with me saying i'm kissing Najib's ass you dimwit.

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  32. Hmm, there are more and more accusations against him.Wonder why it has been the sudden topic for this time.

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  33. I suggest he should do this ritual-buang sial so this case won't be brought down to 2010.Wahaha.Pity him.

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  34. Aiyoo...Najib in US and couldn't even meet with the President of the United States Of America,Barack Obama.

    Shows how important Najib is,until Obama feels unnecessary to see Najib.

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  35. Yeah,he always stressing about 1M although he already know that this thing is far fetched dream. But I admire his way of doing things.Very firm and determined.

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  36. He can do whatever he wants. He got the cash..he got the blink2..everything. I guess he's strong enough to defend himself so deadly well.

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  37. Mahathir? Efforts? You got to be kidding me. He is what I like to call a traitor. He is the cause of all this mess we're facing.

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  38. Yes,true. He's going nuts with his 1M slogan. Hey, I don't think it works.More people are being killed. The racist mastermind groups are hitting the block. What more can I say? Burnt yourself alive by your dangerous and sweet promises.

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  39. Najib is pouring cold water on himself. He thought he is able to make something extraordinary for this country but he's wrong.Hmm..I sounded sarcastic..

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  40. I don't think he is a good leader for Malaysia. Too many bad things going around..Argh~Craps again.

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  41. Saya menghormati dia sebagai seorang pemimpin tapi bukan sebagai seorang lelaki.

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  42. 1M means one with Mahathirlah!

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  43. Dean,

    The racist masterminds, and all those nonsense are the by-products leftover from Mahathir's reign.

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  44. Gosh,he is a junk to me. Especially when he mentioned that Sabah is their 'fixed deposit'. Oh please, cut it off chunk.

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  45. Kuasa Najib akan berakhir tidak lama lagi. Banyak orang tidak menyokong sistem pemerintahannya walaupun dia x racist seperti yang lain. Percayalah,slogan 1M memang menemui ajal di tengah jalan.

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  46. a lot of silly comments here..
    Byk cakap tapi sendiri yg buat malaysia tida halal..
    siapa yg selalu beli illegal Beer,Rokok Levis cheaplac..HP China yg crap!!!siapa yg beli barangan2 tiruan macam CD movie,lagu etc

    You the people !!!
    Stop complaining and start doing your part !!!

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  47. He is a blatant liar. See what he did to this country. And don't forget about the BTN thing. Promoting hatred,racism as well as provocation. This is what you call-1M? Oh, I must be in hell now.

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  48. I know he's doing hard to promote Malaysia but I don't see any significant result there. What's wrong? I'm confused.

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  49. I can see he's much dominant than the previous PM. But, the arrogance is there. I can't resist it.

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  50. His arrogance is power enough to tear us apart.

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  51. Wahai Najib, sesungguhnya kebenaran akan bersuara suatu hari nanti. Berjaga2 la anda.

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  52. I bet he is related with the Altantuya case? There's nothing about that story after Baginda was released. Weird~~

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  53. Apa salah Najib, dia sudah jadi PM, kalau benar dia boleh bunuh sesiapa pun. George Bush, bapa nya pun macam babap najib boleh bunuh ribuan orang Iraq, kenapa najib tak boleh bunuh seorang saja.

    Hidup Najib

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  54. I can understand it's not easy to fix the mess that Mahathir left over.

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  55. Well,he only want to show his so called people friendly side. The truth is, he's not.

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  56. I hope KL will playing fair in Sabah, that's all.I've no comment on this old guy.

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  57. Baginda in Malay is a king..so..king can order his soldier to kill.

    Hidup Najip and Baginda

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  58. 1st of all wat did MRS. 1M do 4 the people of sabah n the whole of malaysia 2 be given that pangkat? Wat a bunch of crap.that witch can't even smile with all that botox on her evil face!

    N how can 1M be a bumiputra if he has sulawesi blood? if he can b a bumi, WHY NOT D CINA, INDIAN N PORTUGESE DESENDENTS 2? As far as i can c now the only real bumiputras r d KDM n other orang asli's in sarawak n peninsular.

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  59. Sabah should be treated fairly. Stop the slogan 1st before you prove it to me that it works.

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  60. Hold on a sec.I don't think he will bring more changes in Malaysia esp Sabah.

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  61. Najib, Bala and all are the same crooks.
    Bala did not get all the full amount as promised made the revelations lah!!

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  62. Aiya..you guys ah..

    Instead of bashing najib here, go directly to his blog, Twitter and Facebook lah..

    Don't just talk lah..I dare you to say all the things you said about him in here, directly in Twitter and Facebook. See if you have the guts or not.

    Anywya, before 1Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak is already 1Borneo together with Brunei la..Tho' I support 1Malaysia but with things looking bad to worse, I'll be on the fence only.

    To PM, old man. If you don't want Malaysia to be exactly like in the movie "V for Vandetta", you better start kick out those lame-ass-pathetic-good-for-nothing-advisors and ministers of yours. Remember the People has the POWER to bring down the Govt.

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  63. 1Malaysia is no longer convincing. I don't it will ever work with all the racists and greedy good-for-nothing-ministers in the Cabinet.

    We are now officially laughing stock to the whole world.

    Thank you Najib for your "fixed deposit" statement and 1Malaysia that won't really work unless racist a-hole in your cabinet is kicked out.

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  64. Another fallen leader. Soon. By the people..

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  65. Aaahh..Talks about Najib will never end..I'm getting bored hearing and reading about him..

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  66. There is one Anonymous said:
    Apa salah Najib, dia sudah jadi PM, kalau benar dia boleh bunuh sesiapa pun. George Bush, bapa nya pun macam babap najib boleh bunuh ribuan orang Iraq, kenapa najib tak boleh bunuh seorang saja.

    Hidup Najib
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    I like this person. He dares to say that he sokong Najib amidst an ocean of people that abhors him. But I pity his intellect. He has an intellect of a worm. But I really respect this worm's bravado.

    He says that killing is okay if he only kills one person... I Wonder if Najib kills his family..... Maybe this worm has a different thought altogether. But worm as they may be, they have no intellect. Kasian

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