When I look at Najib, Muhyiddin, Mahathir, Ibrahim Ali - all those bombastic self-proclaimed Ketuanan Malay “leaders,” I do not think of Hang Tuah! Huh! All they remind me of are Field Marshall Idi Amin Dada, Mobutu Sese Seko, Robert Mugabe and His Excellency Benito Mussolini Head of Government, Duce of Fascism, and Founder of the Empire. Yes at one time or another they were all leaders of their people, all striding to the sound of brass bands and traveling around in motorcades flanked by armed guards. Leaders they might be but they were all totally oblivious to the look of contempt and disgust from the very masses that they consider themselves to be Lord and Master over. Totally oblivious of the massive harm they have done to the country they ruled. Totally oblivious to the crumbling ruins of their government because all they see are the trappings of power and their personal needs. Never the misery of the people they rule.

I want you all to understand this. When in power these kinds of leaders will do what they want. They would not investigate themselves. MACC, the AG, the Judiciary and PDRM (among other Government entities) are there to ensure that these leaders are given the means and leeway to do what they want. And what they want is to stay in power and make money for themselves and their cronies.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has been on New Zealand immigration's radar screen for illegal immigrants since 2006 after 20 people were detained during a nine-month investigation ending in March 2007, according to online whistleblower WikiLeaks.

It reported that a confidential document on the nation's action plan against human trafficking had identified Malaysia, Hong Kong and South Korea as hotspots for illegal immigrants.
"In the case of Malaysia, while migrants are circumventing border control, New Zealand immigration is effectively identifying these cases through brothel raids.

"GNZ will continue to monitor Malaysia's visa free travel status and rescind it if that proves the only way to more effectively manage illegal migration from that country," the report said.

The WikiLeaks report, which was carried by an online newsportal, also noted that although New Zealand had "little or no trafficking problems", it was nonetheless monitoring all “suspicious” travel.
Detailing the situation, the report said between June 2006 and March 2007, 20 illegal immigrants exiting Malaysia managed to slip through New Zeland's Advance Passenger Processing (APP) system.
The APP requires airlines to identify passengers who may be seeking to enter New Zealand illegally before they board an overseas flight.

According to the report, monitoring of potential illegal immigrants and trafficking victims continued after passengers arrived in New Zealand and had passed through immigration and customs.
Field investigations, it noted, are carried out by immigration, visa, border control and other law enforcement officers.

The report said New Zealand's law enforcement officials conducted 1,300 investigations to identify illegal migrants including trafficking victims. While not a single trafficking case was found, the officers did stumble on 18 illegal immigrants from Hong Kong, one from South Korea and 20 from Malaysia.

"Although the number of illegal migrants remains small compared to the overall number of visa-free entrants, GNZ recognises the need to prevent more widespread abuses," it noted. - FreeMalaysiaToday
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KUALA LUMPUR - PAS has demanded UMNO leaders to show the official document containing a declaration of their battlecry 'ketuanan Melayu' (Malay supremacy), as the concept was nowhere to be found in the Federal Constitution.

PAS vice president Mahfuz Omar said UMNO leaders should give "clear and detailed" explanation on the real meaning of the slogan, which they have been desperately defending.

“I sincerely urge UMNO leaders to define the meaning of 'ketuanan Melayu' because the concept is not found in the Federal Constitution and only coming out from UMNO.

"Reveal the document on Malay supremacy for the public's viewing,” he told reporters at the Parliament lobby yesterday.

Mahfuz said he hoped that UMNO leaders particularly Najib Razak could come up with the document before the end of parliamentary session on Thursday.

SINGAPORE: Singaporean diplomats think the leaders of some close Asian allies including neighbouring Malaysia are corrupt, incompetent or stupid, cables from WikiLeaks revealed Sunday.

Confidential diplomatic notes given by the whistle-blower website to Australia’s Fairfax media group contained unflattering assessments of key figures in Malaysia, Thailand, India and Japan.

“A lack of competent leadership is a real problem for Malaysia,” permanent secretary for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bilahari Kausikan, reportedly told US Deputy Secretary of Defence for East Asia David Sedney.

As a result, “the situation in neighbouring Malaysia is confused and dangerous” and there is a “distinct possibility of racial conflict”, according to the cable dated September 2008. Such conflict would see ethnic Chinese flee Malaysia and “overwhelm” Singapore, Bilahari was quoted as saying.
Source: The Jakarta Post

The Indonesian Soccer Association says the national team will walk off the pitch should Malaysian spectators use lasers to blind Indonesian players in the first leg of the Asean Football Federation Cup final in Kuala Lumpur to on Dec. 26.

“If there is a laser we will not continue to play,” Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI) chairman Nurdin Halid said as quoted by

Nurdin said he had heard that Vietnam's players had complained about the use of lasers by Malaysian fans in their semifinal match.

Reports said the lasers may have impaired the Vietnam goalkeeper's visibility, leading to Malaysia's first goal.

“We don’t want to suffer the same thing,” Nurdin said.

The second leg of the AFF Cup final will be held on Dec. 29 in Jakarta.
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Source: The Jakarta Post

Indonesia’s enthusiasm for its national soccer team is on the rise as over 1,000 gathered on Wednesday in Senayan to watch the team practice.

According to, spectators young and old were cheering and clapping during the practice.

Indonesia is scheduled to play against Malaysia in the Asian Football Federation Cup’s finals on Dec. 26 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The second match, to be held in Jakarta, is slated for Dec. 29.

The last match on Sunday saw Indonesia defeat the Philippines 1-0, with striker Christian Gonzales delivering the game-winning goal.

Coach Alfred Riedl still has a few more days to decide whether or not to position Yongky or Irfan Bachdim, another striker said to be roughly equal to Yongky, on the bench.