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Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Taib Mahmud Sdn Bhd -- Helping Sarawak's Riches to Themselves...


PS: I have read several reports that Taib and family own land is the state whose acreages add up to a size MORE THAN THREE TIMES THE SIZE OF sinGAPORE! That's is incredibly sinFUL!

Desi seldom ends a question with more than one question mark; this time I'm making it an exception so that EVERY VOTER ELIGIBLE TO VOTE IN THE EAST MALAYSIAN STATE -- brother, can you hear me? -- YL, Desi

From, who has been fantsatic in opening up the CM's backside, their family's front and manysides, also their banks' front&sidedoors!:(:(:(:(:(:( Yes, SE7EN SCOWLS!

I hear that Taib and family also own land acreages that total at least THREE TIMES THE SIZE OF sinGAPORE!!! Isn't that indecently SINful???????

Hornbill Unleashed

October 2, 2012

Sarawak CM’s son worth more than RM1 billion, says ex-wife

Filed under: Human rights,Politics — Hornbill Unleashed @ 2:26 PM
Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud’s son is worth more than RM1 billion, his former daughter-in-law told a Syariah court here today, when justifying her claims for RM400 million in their divorce settlement.
Shahnaz Abdul Majid, who was married to Taib’s son, Datuk Seri Mahmud Abu Bekir Abdul Taib, is demanding RM100 million as mutaah (Islamic conciliatory payment) following their recent divorce, and a RM300 million share of joint matrimonial assets.
The couple had finalised their divorce last May, after a long-drawn court battle in which Shahnaz is claiming a total of RM400 million as compensation.
Taib’s former daughter-in-law, Shahnaz Abdul Majid, is claiming that he has personal accounts in Canada, the United States, the Caribbean, France, Monaco, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Switzerland. — File picture
“He has personal accounts in Canada, the United States, the Caribbean, France, Monaco, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Switzerland,” Shahnaz was quoted by news portal Malaysiakini as saying today during the Islamic court proceeding, referring to Taib’s son Mahmud.
“My claim of RM100 million in mutaah is small as he is worth in excess of RM1 billion. The RM100 million can be said to be worth 10 sen to him,” she was reported as adding.
Shahnaz, the sister of jazz queen Datuk Sheila Majid, was also reported to have said that her former husband has an estimated RM700 million deposited in 111 banking accounts worldwide.
She told the court that Mahmud had squirreled away US$25 million (RM76.3 million) in two personal accounts in Luxembourg’s Edmond de Rothschild bank.
Her ex-husband also has several accounts with the same European bank in Switzerland with deposits of US$31 million, Shahnaz was reported saying.
Mahmud also had several accounts with British banking giant HSBC — two in Jersey with US$34 million in deposits and one in Hong Kong with deposits of US$9.6 million in his name.
All these accounts have a combined value of US$100 million in deposits.
And neighbouring SABAHANS must also RISE UP TO THROW OUT THE BN Government who has been selling out "YOUR LAND" to the illegals flooding ypour precious land. Take note of the winds of change sweeping ypour state, via MI report:)~~~

Illegals, poor infrastructure top concerns as Sabah voter optimism falls

October 02, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 2 — The number of voters who feel Sabah is headed in the right direction has fallen since 2009, with the high number of illegal immigrants, poor infrastructure and a lack of development cited as major concerns, a survey released today showed, suggesting a rise in dissatisfaction that could be exploited by Pakatan Rakyat (PR) against Barisan Nasional (BN) for crucial votes in the next general election.
According to Merdeka Center, just 54 per cent of voters polled felt the state was headed in the right direction, a marked decline from a high of 66 per cent in a previous survey conducted in November 2009.
A whopping 53 per cent of voters surveyed listed the illegal immigration problem as the most important issue being faced in the BN stronghold state, justifying Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s(picture) recent decision to set up a royal commission of inquiry (RCI) to investigate the matter.
But the continued decline in optimism among voters will be of major concern to Sabah state leaders and Najib.
“Among the top five reasons for the decline appears to be the perception that the state remains lagging in terms of economic development and infrastructure particularly in rural areas as well as cost of living pressures,” Merdeka Center said. 
“The survey also found that a number of respondents cited dissatisfaction with the political leadership as well as the illegal immigration problem.”
Those who felt the state was headed in the right direction expressed continued satisfaction at the pace of economic development and the continuing peaceful conditions in the state.
The survey found that an overwhelming 87 per cent agreed with the establishment of the RCI into the matter. 
But Merdeka Center pointed out that confidence in the effective of the commission was more circumspect — with only 54 per cent expressing confidence that the commission will be able to address the problem. 
The survey also found that Sabah voters had mixed views as to the motivation behind the establishment of the commission, with 46 per cent saying it was “a genuine attempt to address the illegal immigrant problem” while 36 per cent agreeing that it was a “political move to reduce the anger of Sabahans before the election”. 
A 2010 census of Sabah’s population showed an extraordinary 390 per cent increase from 636,431 citizens in 1970 to 3,120,040 citizens in 2010 ― more than double the national population growth of just 164 per cent.
Of the 3.12 million Sabahans today, reports have estimated that 27 per cent are foreigners.
The survey was carried out by the Merdeka Center in September. The poll was jointly funded by Merdeka Center and a regional consultancy firm.

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