Monthly Archives: January 2011

“THE GOOD DO ALWAYS EVENTUALLY WIN,” said Datuk Seri Tony Fernandes

On 24-01-2011 after the hearing of the Lotus dispute in the High Court in London was adjourned and 10 days full trial was fixed for March 2011,  Datuk Seri Tony Fernandes immediately sent a message on Twitter as follows:

“Very very happy over the judgment today.” “And extremely happy that full trial brought forward to 21 March. The good do always eventually win.”

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Bar Council should move a motion to censure its President

Mr Ragunath Kesavan, the President of Malaysian Bar, has made a press statement yesterday (25-01-2011) HERE and HERE, trying so hard to exonerate YB Karpal Singh of all faults pertaining to YB Karpal Singh’s outbursts in 1997 in Parliament and in DAP Ceramah in 1978 that he had evidence of YB Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s involvement in homosexual activities. He purportedly made the said press statement on behalf of the Malaysian Bar.  I have made several postings on the issue, HERE and HERE. Continue reading

ADUN Merlimau, Malacca, has passed away last night at about 8 pm.

The Malacca EXCO member, ADUN Merlimau, YB Datuk Mohd Hidhir Abu Hassan, 54 years of age, has passed away lat night at about 8 pm. My condolence to members of his family.  Saya mengucapkan takziah kepada keluarga Almarhum.

DCA: How AirAsia has been granted Certificate of Airworthiness year in year out?

Now Everyone Can Die!

Thank you blogger Another Brick In the Wall for reminding Malaysians of the danger of flying AirAisa, HERE.  “Now Everyone Can Fly and Die!” a perfect slogan for AirAsia by Another Brick In The Wall. Continue reading

The questionable consultant fees paid by Khazanah Bhd

It was most shocking to discover that the Ministry of Finance did not bother to provide the answers to one of my Parliamentary Questions for written answers, HERE, which was supposed to be answered in the October – December 2010 Session. I knew that it was not going to easy for the Khazanah Bhd to provide answers to this question. The main reason being that millions of Ringgit have been paid out to the so-called consultants for projects during the Tun Abdullah period, which was also popularly known as the “4th Floor Administration”.  Malaysia was then headed by the de facto PM, you know who lah …. It was also the honey moon period for the government where there was little scrutiny by the opposition.
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