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
Sunday, March 29, 2015
Seorang guru cuba leraikan pergaduhan anak muridnya... tetapi..... emm..... apa nak jadi la.... share sebagai kenang jasa guru smile
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?
KUALA 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.
KUALA 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.
- TMIShah 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.