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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Seorang guru cuba leraikan pergaduhan anak muridnya... tetapi..... emm..... apa nak jadi la.... share sebagai kenang jasa guru smile

Seorang guru cuba leraikan pergaduhan anak muridnya... tetapi..... emm..... apa nak jadi la.... share sebagai kenang jasa guru :)
Posted by Kakinovel on Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Kakak Angkat Ajar Hisap



Seorang wanita dipercayai telah merosakkan masa depan adik angkatnya dengan mengajar hisap perkara-perkara yang tidak sepatutnya.Bagaimanapun perlu juga disiasat dengan teliti,mana tau remaja tersebut hanya mencari alasan melepaskan diri.

Kuala Lumpur: "Kakak angkat ajar saya hisap 'ice' (dadah syabu)," dakwa seorang remaja lelaki berusia 16 tahun yang diberkas bersama seorang wanita di sebuah pusat hiburan di Jalan Kuchai Lama di sini.

Remaja itu diberkas anggota Agensi Anti Dadah Kebangsaan (AADK) yang melakukan operasi bersepadu sempena sambutan tahun baru 2015, awal pagi semalam.


Pasangan itu yang diarahkan menjalani ujian air kencing didapati positif mengambil dadah syabu.

Ketika ditahan, pelajar sebuah sekolah menengah di Sungai Buloh itu turut mengaku mengambil dadah bagi tujuan mendapatkan keseronokan.

Menurutnya, dia bukanlah penagih dadah tegar, tetapi lebih kepada melayan sifat ingin tahu terhadap 'rasa' dadah.

Even in Singapore, they were scandalized by 1MDB: Probe Najib's ties with banker & model wife Kimora Lee - pro Dr M editor

Even in S'pore, they were scandalized by 1MDB: Probe Najib's ties with banker & model wife Kimora Lee - pro Dr M editor
WITH mountains of evidence that suggest a widespread governance oversight and attempts to mislead the public, the investigators of 1Malaysia Development Berhad stand condemned if they fail in their duties.
The Auditor-General’s Department, the police, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission and Public Account Committee of the Parliament are the people’s last hope.
Just on the curious move by 1MDB to park its returning RM4-billion fund in Singapore alone should be more than enough to wet their appetite.
Why should a sovereign wealth fund or, in the case of 1MDB, a strategic investment company keeps RM4 billion in Singapore and with a branch of Brazilian-owned Swiss private bank?
Government-linked companies, corporations and agencies like Khazanah, PNB and EPF would normally place their funds in large local and international banks.
Why BSI (Banca della Svizzera Italiana), a smallish private bank? Keeping the money in Singapore is mysterious enough and keeping it with a private bank makes it suspicious.
Why Singapore and BSI?
The money should have been brought home to pay its debts to Maybank and RHB Capital. Instead it “borrowed” from telecommunication and entertainment tycoon T. Ananda Krishnan while denying media reports that it did so. Mere speculation, its President and Group Executive Director Arul Kanda Kandasamy told the Mingguan Malaysia newspaper on Feb. 15.
But even if there is a billion-ringgit reason to park the RM4 billion in Singapore, why not keep it in Maybank Singapore or with other well-known banks like Citibank, JP Morgan and HSBC?
Our Pride: Maybank Hq In Singapore
The money was taken out of the country just days before the 2013 general elections to Cayman Islands tax haven. Then some weeks ago, purportedly on its way home, it was mysteriously deposited in Singapore allegedly to fulfil Bank Negara’s regulations.
BSI is a Lugano-based Swiss private bank. Since last year it became part of Brazilian group BTG Pactual. It was previously owned by Italian insurance giant Assicurazione Generali SPA. It has US$1.8 billion share capital and its Singapore branch has a capital of US$200 million. Its latest financial account posted on its website showed that its suffered a loss of US$722 million.
The investigators must ask the 1MDB managers did they not check the credibility and financial strength of banks they deposited the company’s money in? RM4 billion is no mean sum for a financially weak company like 1MDB.
It is not my intention to penalise BSI or cast aspersion on it but with a staff of about 2,000 and a share capital of US$1.8 billion, BSI is smaller than our Affin Bank.
To my knowledge, private banks are usually used by rich individuals and secretive family companies who do not want too many questioned asked about their sources of the wealth.
The move by 1MDB to park the money in Singapore with BSI only heightens the suspicion that something is amiss. So the investigators have to make sure that every single sen that 1MDB purportedly deposited with BSI is accounted for.
During my trip to Singapore to accompany (Tun) Daim Zainuddin to pay our last respect to late Mr Lee Kuan Yew, the people we met asked about the role of other “mysterious” outfits and individuals involved with 1MDB.
Tun Daim and I paying last respect to late LKY in Singapore (Sunday Times picture)
They specifically mentioned the role of Ashmore Investment Management Ltd, a UK financial institution in the 1MDB-PetroSaudi “deals” with specific reference to its senior executive identified as Patrick Mahony.
They said, the Malaysian investigators should seek the assistance of the UK Financial Conduct Authority whose tasks include investigating money-laundering activities.
The sources also said the investigators should summon Goldman Sachs, specifically the company’s partner identified as Tim Leissner. The US investment banking group advised the Malaysian government on the formation of 1MDB and helped in its borrowing.
Incidentally, Leissner is the new husband (since 2013) of US model/actress Kimora Lee Simmons who is a good friend of the Prime Minister’s family. Kimora’s websites have pictures of her, Leissner, Mohd Najib and Rosmah.
Leissner, Komora, Mohd Najib and Khazanah CEO Tan Sri Azman Mokhtar
This is only a small part of the 1MDB monumental saga. But it is a good starting point to probe its operations and unearthing the truth. - http://kadirjasin.blogspot.com/

Dah tak boleh dah Palanievel









Nama Sultan tak ingat

Sultan dan MB ke Cameron Highland dia tak bersama. Padan kalah Ulu Selangor.

ROS arah pilih balik dia lawan. Pejabar BN arah pilih balik doa kata jangan masjk campur.

Lalu pecat ramai pemegang2 jawatan dalam parti.

Dah kelihatan parti kOmponen BN dah ada isu macam DAP CEC.

Samy Velu ĺa yang nak sangat dan pergi pilih dia. Kini anak dia nak gulingkan Palanievel tu apsal?

Perkasa throws contempt of court at Kita Lawan

Ibrahim Ali says protest rallies sets dangerous precedent to insult judges.
Ibrahim-Ali_kitalawan_mahkamah_600KUALA LUMPUR: Ibrahim Ali, head of Malay rights group Perkasa, has urged that the protesters at the KitaLawan rally be charged with contempt of court.
Ibrahim said otherwise the rallies would become a precedent for future events so that when a person was found guilty, there would be parties who would organise rallies to challenge the court’s decision and insult the judges.
“In an effort to free Anwar Ibrahim, this (KitaLawan) would become a dangerous precedent to our nation,” he said.
“If this continues, in the future, if a person is found guilty by the court, there would be those who would question it, (saying) the judges are not fair and not right.
“Their instigation, their speeches during the rally urging that Anwar be freed, all that I consider as contempt of court,” he said at a press conference after chairing a Perkasa leadership meeting.
Ibrahim also condemned the questioning of plans to carry out hudud criminal penalties. He said the non-Muslims should realise that hudud law would only apply to Muslims, and stressed that Muslims had never questioned the beliefs of other religions.
“If this (provocation) continues and is not stopped, we fear that unity among the races would be affected,” he added.
Hundreds of people and senior Pakatan Rakyat politicians gathered in Kuala Lumpur yesterday in a protest march for Anwar to be freed of his five-year jail sentence on a charge of sodomy.
Several politicians have been detained for their part in the rally.
BERNAMA

More suspicions about 1MDB’s RM1bn in Singapore

Ex-editor questions why use small private bank, names people who should be called up.
Kadir-Jasin_1mdb_600KUALA LUMPUR: Why did the troubled government company 1Malaysia Development Bhd deposit RM4 billion in funds with a small private Brazilian-owned bank smaller than Affin Bank, former NSTP group editor A Kadir Jasin asked today.
Writing in his blog, Kadir, a stern critic of 1MDB’s affairs, said if the company had sound reasons for parking the money in Singapore, 1MDB could have used Maybank Singapore or well-known international banks such as Citibank, JP Morgan or HSBC.
“Why BSI (Banca della Svizzera Italiana), a smallish private bank?” Kadir wrote. “Keeping the money in Singapore is mysterious enough and keeping it with a private bank makes it suspicious.” He pointed out that such private banks were “usually used by rich individuals and secretive family companies who do not want too many questions asked about their sources of the wealth”.
1MDB’s decision to park the money in Singapore with BSI “only heightens the suspicion that something is amiss”, Kadir said. Investigators must make sure that every single sen purportedly deposited with BSI was accounted for.
Kadir also said contacts in Singapore had suggested that Malaysian authorities investigating 1MDB should seek help from Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority “whose tasks include investigating money-laundering activities”.
They had also specifically mentioned Patrick Mahony and Ashmore Investment Management Ltd in connection with 1MDB’s controversial dealings with the Saudi Arabian company PetroSaudi, with which 1MDB had entered into a joint venture involving US$1 billion, and which became the subject of controversy.
Kadir said his Singapore contacts had also suggested that the investigators summon Goldman Sachs and its partner Tim Leissner, over its role in setting up 1MDB and later with its finances.
He pointed out that Leissner was the new husband (since 2013) of US model-actress Kimora Lee Simmons, a good friend of the Prime Minister’s family, and whose web sites contain photographs of her and Leissner with Najib Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor.
Kadir was in Singapore accompanying former finance minister Daim Zainuddin, to whom he is closely associated, to pay last respects to the late Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore’s founding prime minister.
He said the RM1 billion deposited in Singapore should have been brought back to Malaysia to pay off 1MDB’s debts to Maybank and RHB Capital. Instead it “borrowed” from telecommunication and entertainment tycoon T. Ananda Krishnan while denying media reports that it did so, he said.
1MDB had taken out the money from Malaysia just days before the 2013 general election and deposited in the Cayman Islands, an offshore tax haven. “Then some weeks ago, purportedly on its way home, it was mysteriously deposited in Singapore allegedly to fulfil Bank Negara’s regulations,” Kadir said.
He noted that BSI is a Lugano-based Swiss private bank which became part of Brazilian group BTG Pactual. Its Singapore branch has a capital of US$200 million and its latest financial accounts record a loss of US$722 million.
“Investigators must ask if 1MDB’s managers check the credibility and financial strength of banks they used,” Kadir said.

Police could have just called me, I would have gone to station, says PAS lawmaker

PAS lawmaker Khalid Samad (left) said it was unnecessary for the police to arrest him early today. He said he would go to the police station if they had called. – The Malaysian Insider filepic, March 29, 2015.PAS lawmaker Khalid Samad (left) said it was unnecessary for the police to arrest him early today. He said he would go to the police station if they had called. – The Malaysian Insider filepic, March 29, 2015.Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad today said police could have just called him instead of wasting its resources arresting him in the wee hours of Sunday.
The PAS lawmaker said 10 policemen came to his house at 3.20am to arrest him.
“I think it was an unwise action, a waste of manpower and time. If they called me and I did not go, then their action is justified.
Khalid said he was sleeping when the police showed up.
“I was sleeping at that time… uniformed and plainclothes policemen came to my house… at least 10.”
Khalid said the police had arrived at about 2am and waited.
“They waited quite long, but they didn’t make any noise whatsoever, for that I am thankful,” he said.
Khalid was detained over his involvement in yesterday’s #KitaLawan rally.
He had led a group of protesters in the rally yesterday from the PAS headquarters in Jalan Raja Laut, Kuala Lumpur.
Earlier this afternoon, Khalid was released together with two undergraduate students after the court denied a police request to hold them under remand for further investigation.
Khalid said police did not ask him anything or take his statement.
Commenting on Inspector-General of Police’s (IGP) statement today that police would take action any time and would arrest those who were trying to instigate, Khalid said he was not arrested under the Sedition Act but Section 143 of the Penal Code for illegal assembly.
“I was not arrested under the Sedition Act, it was for illegal assembly. It is good for police to take action every second, every time, but don’t act beyond what is necessary, we are not criminals, robbers or killers.
“Just call and we will come. I believe many others will do the same.”
On the possibility of future arrests of other opposition leaders and activists, Khalid said, “It seems like the IGP has an anti-opposition attitude… considering those who are said to cause problems are from the opposition.”
“He doesn’t care about 1MDB, or misconduct, corruption and others. He just wants to look after the interest of Barisan Nasional. It seems like that,” he said.
- TMI