Friday, February 12, 2016

PENGEMIS: TIADA YANG MEMBERI, TIADA YANG BERANI MEMINTA.

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Bagaikan tiada kesudahan malah semakin berleluasa itu yang dapat di gambarkan tentang kemunculan semakin banyak pengemis atau orang papa di negara kita terutama dalam kalangan warga asing.

Isu pengemis ini bukanlah sesuatu yang baru, ia telah lama bertapak di negara kita sejak berpuluh tahun lalu, jika dahulu hanya orang tempatan yang menjadi pengemis tetapi sekarang kegiatan itu kini di kuasai oleh warga asing, sikap pemurah rakyat Malaysia yang suka menderma menyumbang kepada fenomena ini.

Tidak di nafikan bersedakah dan menderma adalah sifat yang mulia dan di tuntut oleh agama, namun biarlah berpada-pada dan kena pada tempatnya jangan sampai ia mengujudkan ruang untuk sang parasit mengambil peluang dan kesempatan atas kebaikkan kita.

Percaya atau tidak seoarang pengemis di Kuala Lumpur mampu meraih pendapatan lumayan mencecah ribuan ringgit sebulan malah sindikit yang mengawal pengemis-pengemis ini turut hidup mewah hasil memerah keringat pengemis.

Paling kesihan adalah gulungan lemah yang di ekplotasikan seperti warga emas, orang kurang upaya, kanak-kanak dan bayi, kelompok ini sering di peralatkan oleh sindikit tertentu yang memaksa mereka mengemis di jalanan.

Pelbagai kaedah dan cara digunakan bagi meraih simpati orang ramai, terbaru mereka semakin berani meminta wang daripada pemandu kenderaan yang berhenti di lampu isyarat, perbuatan yang lazimnya kita lihat di negara-negara seperti India dan Indonesia itu kini semakin menjadi-jadi di Malaysia.

Lebih malang apabila ada yang mendakwa kanak-kanak dan bayi pengemis diberikan dadah dan alkohol untuk menjadikan mereka tidak aktif, dakwaan itu mungkin ada benarnya, sebagai masyarakat yang pihatin kita sepatutnya melaporkan keadaan itu kepada berkuasa untuk menjalankan siasatan.

Tindakan kita mungkin boleh menyelamatkan kanak-kanak malang berkenaan.

Yang pasti kehadiran pengemis warga asing yang berkeliaran di kawasan tumpuan utama menimbulkan rasa gelisah dan kegusaran dalam kalangan masyarakat dan pelancung, jika tidak di bendung segera dikhuatiri satu masa nanti negara kita akan menjadi lokasi utama golngan pengemis dari serata dunia.

Sudah tiba masanya masyarakat di didik supaya menyampaikan sumbangan terus kepada rumah-rumah anak yatim, pertubuhan bukan kerajaan dan rumah-rumah beribadah berdaftar dan bukannya kepada pengemis jalanan.

Masyarakatlah yang harus memainkan peranan jika tiada yang memberi tiadalah yang berani meminta.

- OB21.net

Thursday, February 4, 2016

THE JOURNEY ENDS FOR MUKHRIZ..

Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir’s (pic) experience in the Kedah political crisis shows that the party is always bigger than the individual, no matter how famous the person or his family may be.

DATUK Seri Mukhriz Mahathir kept his composure throughout his last day as Kedah Mentri Besar.

The smile did not leave his face, not even when several of the staff broke down as he said goodbye to them.

He gave a brief speech to them and then headed to the conference room where the press was waiting for him.

The end had finally come after weeks of big-time politics intertwined with Palace intrigue.

Mukhriz had held on for as long as he could after the Kedah Umno leaders mutinied against him.

But deep in his heart, he must have known there was no way a mentri besar could survive, especially in a state like Kedah, without the support of the Federal leadership.

His brief and defiant fight to stay on had been possible because he is said to enjoy the support of one of the three members of the Regency Council tasked with making the final decision of the change of mentri besar.

Had he persisted, he would not even be able to chair a state exco meeting because he no longer had a quorum after one of the three exco members who were with him jumped ship.

His own ship sank on Tuesday afternoon when it became clear that the group against him had 18 assemblymen against three from his camp and 15 opposition assemblymen.

Kedah has 36 seats which meant that it was a hung situation of 18 versus 18.

The Speaker of the state assembly stepped in and cast his lot with the group that wanted Datuk Seri Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah and it was all over for Mukhriz.

He finally agreed to resign at about 6.30pm on Tuesday. Even then, it was not until 11pm that the Regency Council finally came around to accepting Ahmad Bashah as the next mentri besar.

As Mukhriz prepared to face the media yesterday, he turned to state exco member Datuk Suraya Yaacob and said: “Suraya, you can leave if you want to, this will not be good for you.”

But Suraya and exco member Datuk Aminuddin Omar, the only two still with him, stayed on.

Mukhriz delivered a blistering statement to say his ouster came because he criticised the Prime Minister on the 1MDB issue.

But truth be told, that was only a part of his problems. Mukhriz had a good people image and got off to a good start in 2013. He was able to say and do the right things.

He also played his part as the Islamic leader, donning a jubah and giving funds tosekolah pondokthat are a part of Kedah politics.

However, by his second year, the political grapevine was going on that he was a “part-time MB” who spent more time in Kuala Lumpur than Alor Setar.

Some of them labelled him a “billboard MB” because they only got to see him on billboards in the town.

He did not put enough time into party work and was unable to work with the Kedah party leaders.

One thing led to another and, finally, there was the political mutiny.

His glamorous wife Datin Seri Norzieta Zakaria, who continued to live in Kuala Lumpur, only started to look for a house to rent in Alor Setar the last few weeks but it was too late.

Mukhriz had lived in Seri Mentaloon, the official Mentri Besar residence.

He was the first mentri besar to do so and it was brave of him because there have been all sorts of spooky stories of spirits and demons in the grand colonial mansion.

It was not a lucky abode given the way things turned out.

Mukhriz’s argument that he would not step down because he has the people’s support does not really hold water.

If that was the case, PKR’s Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim would still be Selangor mentri besar today.

The reality is that the party put him there as the mentri besar and if the party pulls out its support, his position as mentri besar becomes shaky.

In his case, he had lost the support of not only the Umno warlords in Kedah but also his own party president.

Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali, who flew in from Kuala Lumpur, was waiting for Mukhriz when he arrived at their old family home in Titi Gajah where friends and supporters had gathered.

It was quite an emotional moment when his mother consoled him with a hug.

The “big M”, as some Kedah reporters call Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, was not around but he later let go another scathing blog attack on the 1MDB issue.

Mukhriz had not told his family about the resignation and Dr Siti Hasmah apparently learnt about it only on Wednesday morning and phoned his staff for details.

The odd man out at the house was PAS MP for Pokok Sena Datuk Mahfuz Omar who seems to be trying to jump on any bandwagon available.

Umno members think he is seeking cheap publicity because he has been trying to be photographed alongside Mukhriz.

Suraya was also at the Titi Gajah house but only for a while.

The Prime Minister’s officers had blasted her: “You are here, you are there, you bang us from the front, from the back. What is going on with you?”

Suraya, who is a lawyer with connections to the Kedah Palace, said she wanted to do the right thing.

She said she had nothing personal against Ahmad Bashah. They are quite close and she had introduced Ahmad Bashah’s daughter to her future husband, a Pakistani, when the two families went for the umrah several years ago.

“I knew Mukhriz could not survive long. He never pressured me to support him, I did it because I felt it was the right thing. I never attended any of his gatherings or demonstrations, I did not go to his house to show support,” said Suraya.

Yesterday as Suraya left the Titi Gajah house, she told Mukhriz: “Thank you boss. I won’t be at the airport to send you off. My duty is done.”

Mukhriz, his mum and wife left Alor Setar for home via a Firefly flight at about 4.15pm yesterday. The journey ends here – for now.

- Malaysia Today.

ALKISAH POLITIK KEDAH.



Negeri Kedah jelapang padi
Hijau kuning cukup hebat
Kecoh politik menjadi jadi
Habih rakyat pening lalat

Kuah rojak resepi Mak Bee
Daun palas buat ketupat
Berebut kerusi nak jadi MB
Kita tengok sapa yg dapat

Kerusi empuk wisma negeri
Pakat dok idam nak pi
Sorang ada title degre
Sorang lagi cuma SRP 

Ada sijil walau SRP
Ada degree belum tentu ori
Rakyat kalut dalam wasap dan fb
Pakat cerita reka sendiri

Bakaq bata, aloq semadom
Jerlun, dulu bawah langkawi
Raja panggil jumpa adun
Nak pasti ada sokongan tak lagi

Orang kedah banyak lori
Utk isi beras dan padi
Raja bijak memang bestari
Buat keputusan rakyat puashati

Menara Aloq Staq memang gayat
Gayat2 pun ramai yang panjat
Mukhriz pemimpin berjiwa rakyat
Md Bashah pemimpin peringkat pusat

Makan nasi gulai seratik
Kopi janda cukup berhantu
Suka duka dlm politik
Takdir tuhan adalah penentu

Buah nyok banyak santan
Makan pulut dgn ubi
Mukhriz kalah letak jawatan
Bashah naik jd MB

Pergi mendaki gunung senyum
Buka mulut tak dak gigi
Rakyat kedah boleh senyum
MB baru belajaq tak tinggi

Bawa senapang pi berburu
Dalam hutan kena hati2
Syabas dan tahniah MB baru
Tunggu PRU rakyat nak uji.

- Mykmu.net

 

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

SIAPA AHMAD BASHAH???

ALOR SETAR, 25 Jan -- Reaksi Timbalan Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan UMNO Kedah Datuk Seri Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah merangkap Anggota Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) Bakar Bata pada sidang media bersama BERNAMA di Pusat Khidmat ADUN Bakar Bata hari ini.  --fotoBERNAMA (2016) HAK CIPTA TERPELIHARA

Datuk Seri Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah merupakan watak penting kejayaan Umno dan Barisan Nasional (BN) merampas semula Kedah daripada pakatan pembangkang pada Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13 (PRU13).

Ahmad Bashah, 66, yang dikenali sebagai pemimpin yang “low profile,” merupakan Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan Umno dan Pengerusi BN Kedah yang berjaya menyatukan pimpinan Umno dan BN negeri serta menguatkan semula parti sehingga BN memperoleh 21 kerusi daripada 36 kerusi Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) pada 2013.

Beliau merupakan antara pemimpin Umno negeri yang paling kanan apabila menjadi anggota Dewan Undangan Negeri (Adun) Bakar Bata (dahulu Alor Merah) untuk lima penggal sejak 1995.

Berakhirnya PRU-13, Ahmad Bashah membuktikan kesetiaan kepada parti apabila memberi laluan kepada timbalannya Datuk Seri Mukhriz Tun Dr Mahathir untuk menerajui tampuk kepimpinan kerajaan negeri.

Dalam pengumuman kabinet kerajaan Persekutuan selepas PRU13, Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak melantik Ahmad Bashah sebagai Senator dan Timbalan Menteri Perdagangan Dalam Negeri, Koperasi dan Kepenggunaan.

Dua bulan selepas PRU13, Ahmad Bashah sekali lagi membuktikan kesetiaan beliau kepada parti apabila kali ini memberi laluan kepada Mukhriz menjadi Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan Umno Negeri, dengan beliau turun pangkat sebagai timbalannya pula.

Dilahirkan pada 10 Okt 1950, beliau memegang pelbagai jawatan sepanjang pembabitannya dalam dunia politik lebih 40 tahun, antaranya Ketua Pemuda Umno Bahagian Alor Setar, Naib Ketua Pemuda Umno Negeri, Ketua Umno Bahagian Alor Setar, Bendahari Umno negeri dan Bendahari BN negeri.

Selepas BN dan Umno kalah pada PRU12 iaitu pada 2008, Umno Kedah dirombak dan beliau dilantik sebagai Timbalan Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan Umno Negeri Kedah mulai 24 April 2009 bagi membantu Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal selaku Pengerusi.

Beliau kemudian dilantik sebagai Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan Umno dan Pengerusi BN negeri pada 1 Jan 2011, manakala Mukhriz sebagai Timbalannya.

Selain berpengalaman luas dalam bidang politik, beliau turut berpengalaman dalam pentadbiran kerajaan apabila menjadi Exco selama dua penggal sejak 1999 dengan memegang portfolio Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan.

Apabila tsunami politik melanda pada 2008 menyebabkan BN gagal untuk terus menguasai Kedah, Ahmad Bashah masih mempertahankan kerusi DUN Bakar Bata dengan menewaskan calon Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Rohani Bakar dengan majoriti 358 undi.

Pada PRU13 yang lalu, Ahmad Bashah sekali lagi membuktikan pengundi masih percayakan beliau apabila menang dengan majoriti 895 undi mengatasi calon PKR Mohd Eekmal Ahmad dan calon Parti Bersatu Sasa (Bersama) Jawahae Raja Abdul Wahid.

Beliau berkahwin dengan Datin Seri Hizam Awang Ahmad dan dikurniakan empat puteri.

Sejak 20 Jan lepas, nama Ahmad Bashah menjadi sebutan ramai apabila mengetuai sebahagian besar Adun, anggota Parlimen dan ketua Umno Bahagian di Kedah menzahirkan ketidakpercayaan terhadap kepimpinan Mukhriz sebagai menteri besar dan Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan Umno negeri.

- Bernama.

Monday, February 1, 2016

NAJIB RAZAK IN THE CLEAR - WHERE DID IT ALL BEGIN??


WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST THE PM
THE 1 MDB AFFAIR

Clearly it is not what the opposition thinks of the Prime Minister of Malaysia or what the scribes at the Malaysian Insider, Bersih, the Malaysian Bar, The Wall Street Journal or even the ABC in Australia has to say about Najib Razak that matters. It is what the facts independent of each of these groups reveal that matters.

No law was ever broken with the receipt of funds into the Prime Minister’s account as alleged by the opposition that the opposition and their allies could cite. The money did not come from 1MDB. Those allegations by critics of government and the Prime Minister in particular have not only failed the opposition but also their constituencies.

In desperation and in a display of abject ignorance of the law and politics, the Malaysian Bar and its allies in the opposition including Bersih went to town with the so called 1MDB affair. They were ably assisted by Claire Rewcastle Brown aided and abetted by elements within the British government to slander and to smear the Prime Minister Najib Razak in the process.

A SHORT RECENT HISTORY OF SAUDI INVOLVEMENT IN MALAYSIA
So much for the opposition’s knowledge of geopolitics and the law. So much for Bersih’s knowledge of the immensely powerful nation of Saudi Arabia and the spread of its tentacles in the region.  One wonders now if the time is now finally right for a fightback, a payback to put behind bars those players in the oppositions campaign of destabilization of the country.

The Saudis have been entrenched in the business and politics of Malaysia since the Tengku Abdul Rahman Malaysia’s first Prime Minister. He welcomed them into Malaysia in exchange for a large personal ‘donation’ (gift) to his personal account by the late King Faisal of Saudi Arabia. Their involvement and their influence in Malaysia has been subtle and largely unnoticed because of the way in which the Saudis prefer to operate; by stealth. Unlike the Chinese, the Saudis are not ostentatious. They are discreet. Very discreet.


Not long after that the Tengku Abdul Rahman was made President of the Islamic Development Bank a bank financed by the Saudis and other oil rich Islamic states. Britain and the US had encouraged that relationship between the Tengku, the Arabs and Faisal but for strategic reasons and not for the spread of Islam. 

The Saudi royals have always been captive of the west ever since oil was discovered in the kingdom. Very little of what the Saudis do escapes the eye of the US and British intelligence apparatus. It was the US with Britain and France that after all put the present Saudi royal family and their children where they are.


The Saudis have also been an indirect funder of the many NGO’s operating in Malaysia and in places like Egypt, the former Yugoslavia, the Philippines, Indonesia and the Ukraine. 

One merely has to research the Iran Contra Affair to understand the dynamics of the intertwined interests of the US, the UK, Israel, France and Saudi Arabia in order to understand the generosity of a player such as the cashed up Saudi Royal Family in international politics.  That includes channeling money the US and the west is otherwise unable to directly pay to their minions like Bersih and their associates in Malaysia, the Tahrir square rebels in Egypt and the anti Assad forces in Syria.


OTHER RECIPIENTS OF SAUDI MONEY
In short, Bersih, Sisters in Islam, the PKR, PAS, the Christian evangelical churches and yes the Vatican’s representatives in Malaysia through various organizations, donations and alliances are recipients of Saudi money in one form or the other.

Several Sultans of Malaysia have also been recipients of the largess of the Saudi royal family over the years which they have not disclosed. Such gifts require no accounting or disclosure to the Malaysian public but to the consciences of the recipients and to God as it goes.

This has nothing to do with religion or politics per se according to a political analyst from the Brookings Institute. It is all about interests.

Before the 2013 elections we wrote a piece on Wahhabi and radical Islam’s support for PKR and Anwar Ibrahims crusade parading as a democratic alternative to government in Malaysia. The opposition and elements of the Malaysian Bar scoffed at us and poured scorn at our claims.

The BBC report below now sheds light on the facts of the $681 million payment. Notably it also allows the Wall Street Journal to withdraw saving some face in a feeble statement they include quoting a Wall Street Journal source about the affair. Well we can’t expect anything more from the Wall Street Journal.

The below article contains extracts of the BBC’s recent comments and report on the outcome of the Malaysian Attorney General’s decision not to prosecute the Prime Minister of Malaysia (which in any event would have required impeachments proceedings against him first if there was prima facie evidence of any wrong doing as alleged against him).

EXTRACT FROM REUTERS AND THE BBC’S REPORT ON THE $681 PAYMENT TO THE PM
Saudi Arabia’s late King Abdullah personally authorized a $681 million payment to Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, the BBC has reported. 

Malaysia’s attorney general revealed on Tuesday that the early-2013 payment, the subject of months of speculation, had come from the Saudi royal family and involved no corruption or improper conduct. Malaysia’s prime minister had previously said that the cash was a private donation from a Middle Eastern donor that he declined to name. 

Tuesday’s revelation was the latest twist in a long-running political scandal around Najib and the country’s ailing sovereign wealth fund Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), the advisory board of which the prime minister leads. 

On Wednesday the BBC reported that the cash – $620 million of which was returned to the donor a few months later – was paid by Saudi Arabia to Najib to help the prime minister win 2013 elections at a time when the Saudis were worried about the global influence of the Muslim Brotherhood.

At the time, the BBC said, Malaysia’s opposition alliance included the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party, which was loosely inspired by the Muslim Brotherhood.

A “well-placed Saudi source” told the BBC that the payment had been authorized by King Abdullah, and the funds came from his personal wealth as well as state funds. 

Meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal, which first revealed in July the large payment to Najib’s personal bank account, but said at the time that the cash came via troubled fund 1MDB, reported on Wednesday that the Saudi ministries of foreign affairs and finance had no knowledge of the payment. 

And while the BBC wrote that it was not unusual for Saudi Arabia to fund foreign governments in pursuit of its own interests, the WSJ reported that it was told by an unnamed Saudi official that “a royal donation to the personal bank account of a foreign leader would be unprecedented.” 

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, as well as other government agencies outside Malaysia, are still investigating the payment, the WSJ reported. Malaysia’s attorney general said on Tuesday that he had told the country’s own anti-corruption body to drop its probe into the money transfer. 

SOME BACKGROUND INTO THE EXTENSIVE REACH OF SAUDI ARABIA
The $681m (£479m) deposited in the bank account of Malaysian PM Najib Razak by Saudi Arabia was to help him win the 2013 elections, a Saudi source says.

The donation was made amid concerns in Riyadh over the growing influence of the Muslim Brotherhood and other forms of Islamic extremism extending to places such as Malaysia.

Anwar Ibrahim and organizations such as Bersih have unwittingly been a party to paving the way for the Brotherhood and other extremists organizations promoting undemocratic and theocratic government’s in the middle east, Malaysia and beyond.

The Muslim Brotherhood with its more sophisticated organizational structures havs been known to successfully penetrate street political groups like the Tahrir Square anti Mubarak coalition; And these street groups much like Bersih, engage in the mayhem they create, they provide a Trojan Horse in the ensuing chaos for other more sinister and extreme radical groups like ISIS (Daesh or the Caliphate) to thrive and muster in their midst.

CLEARING THE PRIME MINISTER- NOLLE PRSEQUEI?
Malaysia’s attorney general has on the face of the evidence before him correctly cleared Prime Minister Najib Razak of any allegation of corruption on 26 January 2016, The AG’s decision follows an intensive investigation into allegations of corruption over receipt of $681 in an account associated with the Prime Minister as has been alleged. In so doing he is confirming and acknowledging that the money was in fact as claimed by the Prime Minister to be a donation from the Saudi royal family.There was no breach of any local laws of Malaysia.


Seeing as nothing illegal had occurred, there was no reason or obligation on the part of the Prime Minister to respond to the many allegations hurled at him as also there was no further reason for the Attorney General to pursue the allegations against the Prime Minister in this regard. 

Pressure on the MACC (Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission) to pursue the AG as well as the Prime Minister appears to be bluster, capricious and a red herring considering that the MACC’s investigations on all the ‘evidence’ when held up against the law takes them nowhere. 

The MACC is being ill advised either internally or by their external legal advisors if they chose to continue to pursue this affair in light of the best evidence there is available. This being the acknowledgment by the Saudi Royal family of a donation by them on the authorization of king Abdullah to the Malaysian Prime Minister. 

There is no law the MACC, the AG or the opposition groups in Malaysia are able to cite that has been broken, let alone broken by the Prime Minister. The MACC’s mandate does not permit them or allow them to persecute any official. They have to act on the basis of the law and the particular legislation that governs their existence, their duties and their powers.


The allegations by Malaysia’s opposition and one of its former prime minister’s Dr. Mahathir Mohamed charged that the Prime Minister had in their view illegally channeled money from the sovereign fund 1MDB to his personal uses. Even if that money came to the Prime Minister via the 1MDB fund, the commingling of these monies with 1MDB monies is what the AG or MACC have to sort out. And in such circumstances the fault lies with whoever paid the money into the account unless any monies taken out of 1MDB (if it is proved to be the case) was taken out without proper accounting procedures being followed in the process. And even then it does not amount to the offence of corruption!

The PAS party one of Malaysia’s coalition of opposition groups which includes Bersih, the Malaysian Bar and Parti Keadilan Rakyat (the Parti of the family of Anwar Ibrahim counts the Brotherhood as a source of their inspiration) raised the allegations against the Prime Minister and continued relentlessly relying on the Wall Street Journal’s report allegedly supporting their allegations.

The Wall Street Journal now suggests otherwise.

IT WAS SAUDI MONEY AND A PERSONAL GIFT
A well-placed Saudi source, on the condition of anonymity, told the BBC the payment was authorised from the very top – from Saudi Arabia’s late King Abdullah – with funds coming from both his personal finances and state funds. 

Observers of Saudi Arabia’s politics will no doubt remember the very large amounts in billions given to President El Sisi in Egypt as a reward by the Saudi royals to El Sisi for the overthrow of the democratically elected Brotherhood government 2 years ago. 

King Abdullah is also the man seen in the youtube recording of the Organization of Islamic States meeting in which he threatens to “end” Muamar Gadhafi’s reign. Many commentators credit King Abdullah and his hundreds of billions for the eventual over throw and execution of Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi.

The purpose of the donation was simple, said the Saudi source – it was to help Mr Najib and his coalition win the election, employing a strategic communications team with international experience, focusing on the province of Sarawak, and funding social programmes through party campaigning.

Clare Rewcastle Brown, who has reported extensively on the issue for the Sarawak Report said the claim that the payment to Mr Najib was a Saudi royal donation for political purposes needed to be treated “with considerable caution”.

Notably Rewcastle Brown has apart from toning down her rhetoric in this regard, has not proved any of her assertions and far fetched claims on any issue before. There are allegations that Rewcastle Brown herself has been involved in soliciting and making illicit payments to third parties for improper purposes to set up the Prime Minister of Malaysia. - Gopal Raj Kumar.
 

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