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Sunday, June 21, 2015

NOW IS the time for all GOoD MALaysians to STand UP


AS we the RAKYAT HAVE been urged to tone down a few bytes on POLITICS,  Let DeSi be SHORT AND SWEET, OK! YES, even less sugar in my teh-see if you don't mind, and reduce the price by 10percent, yeah?!

TOO often the Malaysian leaders and their cronies, mostly from the ruling BArisan NASional BUT A FEW TOO FROM THE OPPOSITION PARTIES< ARE GEtting away with corruption, abuse of power and even MURDER! I Did say MURDER BECause in this holy month of RAmadan, many MALaysians are defaming the RAKYAT AND SEVERAL LEADERS FROm the OPPOsistion PARty -- WHO ARE A THREAT TO UMNO-Oh-NO! --with unfounded ALLEGATIONS OF HOMOSEXUALITY (MEMBUAT FITNAH!) which to my understanading is akin or worse to taking a human life. AND THE SINNERS/CULPRITS ARE ALLOWED TO GET AWAT SCOT-FREE!

TWO LEADING EXAMPLES STILL VERY MUCH IN THE GENERAL PUBLIC MIND involved "Innocents" who were put behind bars after some kangaroo court trials, where important RELEVANT WITNESSES WERE NOT CALLED  TO TESTIFY, and the sitting judges were more than seen to be BAISED TO THE PROSECUTION


THE OTHer involved one inconspicuous player sentenced to death BUT CONVENIENTLY ALLOWED TO GO DOWN UNDER. A SECOND CONVICT WAS NOT SO lucky, he's awaiting the hangman, but my instincts tell DESi this is NOT GOIng to happen anytime soon BECAUSE THE POLITICS INVOLVED IS TOO MESSY, AS THE GHOST OF THE MURDER VICTIM, a foreigner also an international beauty, IS STILL LURKING IN THE MALAYSIAN AIRSPACE. SHe told DESi in a dream her spirits won't rest appeased UNTIL THE REAL CULPRIT?S ARE FOUND AND BROUGHT TO JUSTICE> IN THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION.  MANY MALAYSIANS HAVE a gOOD idea who he/she/it/they are/were, but we must not speculate OK!  MEMbuat fitnah adalah lebih dosa dari membunuh, my limoted understanding of some religious teachings. you better educated, please elucidare!

IF YOU my ESTeemedREader need to be educated WHO THE REAL PROTAGONISTS IN THESE TWO EXAMPLES ARE,  I am inclined to label thee as "living in the dark ages", but never mind, DESI WILL ENLIGHTEN YE, PROVIDED: HEY! BUY ME endless rounds of tehtarik at DE MIANG COrnner in FURong at 8.00PM and I"LL BE DARE! 


I brushed my teeth, gargled, then GGOOoogled, and the ghost of the beauty hovered over my pre=BF table, haunting DESi as I TRied to go back to MY BLUE HEAVEB SUNDAY MOURN!:) OR :(
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Behind the scenes behind Raja Petra’s TV3 interview
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At the PKR 11th anniversary dinner on Tuesday (April 19) in Ipoh, party vice president Chua Jui Meng alleged that Raja Petra Kamarudin had been bought. Chua said that money could do wonders as indicated by the recent Sarawak election result.

Why would the fugitive blogger and Malaysia Today editor just before the election, in the TV3 interview, cast doubts on his own sensational statutory declaration?

In his SD of June 18, 2008, Raja Petra swore he had been “reliably informed that between about 10pm on 19th October 2006 and early hours of the following day, the night Altantuya Shaariibuu was murdered, three (3) other people were also present at the scene of the crime”.

In an e-mail interview with Malaysia Insider on April 15, Raja Petra insisted that he is not a turncoat. He said that he will continue to support the opposition – the Pakatan Rakyat.

Immediately following the TV3 interview of Raja Petra, the Prime Minister Najib Razak claimed that he is thankful that the truth has finally emerged and he considered the matter closed.

Is the matter really closed?

Many Malaysians, including myself, consider the matter as far from being closed because all the earlier unanswered questions are still awaiting responses, especially from the PM himself.

These questions are as follows:

1. What were the motives of the two police officers convicted of killing Altantuya as they appear to have no earlier connection or previous knowledge of her?

2. How did they obtain the C4 explosives and who approved the release of this strictly restricted materiel to them?

3. The third accused Abdul Razak Baginda – who was acquitted of the charge against him – is a political analyst with known ties to Najib. A transcript had surfaced of alleged text messages between them. What did the sms exchanges imply?

4. Why was DSP Musa Safri never investigated when he gave orders to his officer Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri to help Razak Baginda? Azilah had testified in court that Musa told him Razak had a problem because someone threatened him and he [Azilah] was to lend assistance to Razak.

5. Why was Altantuya’s record of entry missing from the immigration records? Have the immigration officers responsible provided a credible explanation as to how Altantuya’s entry details seemingly disappeared?

6. Why has the immigration department not carried out an internal inquiry, and the other higher authorities carried out an independent inquiry, into this serious breach or if they did, the report not made public?

7. Why were the three affidavits and video interview of P. Balasubramaniam, who was engaged by Abdul Razak Baginda as private investigator and who has since vanished, not investigated?

The above questions have been there right since the start of the case and they will continue to be there for posterity until the truth of the grisly murder finally emerges.

And until these damaging questions are fully investigated by a fair and independent police and judiciary, the cloud hanging over the Prime Minister’s head because of the Altantuya case will not be dispelled.

As this matter is so sensational and the whole world is interested, the government must set up a royal commission to investigate it thoroughly so that all quarters under a cloud can be vindicated, and Malaysia’s image as well as public confidence restored.

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