Thursday, July 03, 2008

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in Altantunya's murder case.

Datuk Seri Najib, The Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, has on many occasions and even in the Parliament, denied all allegations of his involvement in the Altantunya's murder case. Although I have heard people talking about it, but I just can't believe it. Unless there is some kind of evidence.

Today, 3rd., July 2008, Datuk Seri Anwar released a statement with regards to the DPM's involvement in the murder case. Oh my God 'Allah', what is wrong with these people. They are promenant people in Malaysia. They sodomise and have sex with any beautiful woman they come across? Are these the leaders we are suppose to give support? No no not me and so will all other good citizens of this country. They are all Muslims on the outside but a devil in the inside. The murder case has been going on but it has been stalled for a while, don't know how long.

I remembered once in the TV3 news, when Razak Baginda, the political secretary to the DPM, was arrested, his wife cried out, "My husband is innocent, it's not him who's going to be the Prime Minister." Her cry, has been ringing in my ears ever since. Now with Anwar's press statement, and the solemly declared statement of Balasubramaniam, a private investigator employed by Razak Baginda, I am quite sure of Datuk Seri Najib's or his wife's involvement in the case.

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The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, must take immediate action on Najib, before things get blown up right in his face.
You are the rightful Prime Minister and may 'Allah' bless and protect you always.

Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim

In the year 1998, Anwar was sacked from his office as the Deputy Prime Minister, was charged with sodomy and corruption hence was beaten and jailed after a series of court sessions where he was found guilty. Anwar described the court proceedings as a 'kangaroo court'.

I was then quite taken by all this and I thought the charges on him was not true and that it was more politically inclined. As the DPM, Anwar was getting too powerful for Tun Mahathir's liking. I can't believe Anwar portraying himself as a Muslim leader could engaged himself in sodomy. I just could not believe it, especially with the way Prosecution was conducted and the brutal attack on him by the Police. I believe Tun Mahathir was on top of it all and making sure Anwar is to be found guilty as charged. Believe me if Tun is still the PM, Anwar will still be in jail.

Today Anwar is free. He should be thankful to our PM Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who is with the view that the judicial system must be free and not being dictated by any Office or Authority.
Today Anwar is the adviser to Party Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) and also an adviser to the Joint Opposition Front which comprises of PKR, PAS and DAP. With the overwhelming support they got from the recent General Ellections, Anwar has now got a voice. The situation is quite promising for Anwar and his quest to become the Prime Minister of Malaysia.

Now, what has happened. Anwar was charged with sodomy again. On the 28th.June 2008,(Saturday) Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, lodged a Police report alleging that he was sodomised by Anwar on the 26th. June (Thursday)at an apartment in Damansara Heights. When Anwar was notified of this, he quickly go into hiding and sought shelter with the Turkish Embassy on Sunday morning 29th, June. Of course he may say that there were death threats endangering him and his family. Is this so? I don't think so. He was afraid, maybe of his own guilt. Anyway, I am not here to judge, we'll leave it to the courts to decide. The way Anwar is reacting is very much like a man of guilt trying to get out of it by making allegations towards the Government Authorities, and worst by dragging America's involvement into the matter.

In short, I will never support a leader who engage himself in sodomy. It is against Islam and every Muslim should condemn such activity. I guess his ambition of becoming the Prime Minister is tarnished. He is not found guilty yet, but once an allegation is made against him, there is a possibility that he might be guilty. This possibility is in the back of each and every concerned citizen of Malaysia.