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    Re: APCO, 1Malaysia & 1 Israel - Round 7 of 10: PDRM admits security compromised

    Round 7 of 10: PDRM admits that Malaysia’s security has been compromised by Israeli agents (UPDATED with Chinese Translation)
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    Thursday, 15 April 2010 Super Admin

    Two police reports were made in November and December 2008. In December 2008, the police sent a letter to the MACC asking them to investigate the allegation of wrongdoing involving the police computerisation contract. The police admit in that letter that the Special Branch has confirmed the penetration of two Israeli agents through the company owned by Othman Talib, a PFC Commissioner. All this is well documented, and in great detail. Yet, today, the government calls Anwar Ibrahim a liar.

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    Re: APCO, 1Malaysia & 1 Israel - Round 8 of 10: insider reveals the shenanigans

    Round 8 of 10: an insider reveals the shenanigans in the PDRM
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    Friday, 16 April 2010 Super Admin

    On 19 July 2008, a police officer sends Tan Sri Robert Phang an ‘anonymous letter’ highlighting various acts of corruption and identifying those senior police officers behind these acts. This was before the meeting between the Minister and the police on 23 November 2008 and before the police reports of November and December 2008.

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    Re: APCO, 1Malaysia & 1 Israel - Round 9 of 10: PDRM supports Anwar's allegation

    Round 9 of 10: The PDRM supports Anwar Ibrahim's allegation

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    Saturday, 17 April 2010 Super Admin

    On 3 December 2008, the PDRM writes to the Ministry of Home Affairs. In that letter the police admit that they had been told by the Special Branch as early as May 2008 about the penetration of Israeli agents in the PDRM. The PDRM then suggests, for the sake of national security and due to the penetration of these Israeli agents, that the computer contract be terminated. The letter confirms that a police report had been made and that the investigation supports the allegation that Israeli agents had penetrated the PDRM.

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    Re: APCO, 1Malaysia & 1 Israel - Round 10 of 10: Other Players in the PDRM

    Round 10 of 10: now let’s look at the other players in the PDRM computerisation contract

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    Monday, 19 April 2010 Super Admin

    MOHD ALI HANAFIAH BIN KANTAN, I/C 480811-08-5067, a common director of Asiacopter Sdn Bhd, is also a company director of eight other companies. AZINOR BIN ABDUL AZIZ, I/C 710617-02-5571, a common director of Web Power Sdn Bhd, is also a company director of eight other companies. And these two are linked to DATO’ OTHMAN BIN TALIB, I/C 500130-01-5819

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    MOHD ALI HANAFIAH BIN KANTAN, I/C 480811-08-5067, a common director of Asiacopter Sdn Bhd, is also a company director of the following companies:

    1. 478681 - TAG HARTA SDN. BHD.

    2. 609806 - EDOM TECHNICAL SERVICES SDN. BHD.

    3. 613800 - J & A ENERGY SDN. BHD.

    4. 114789 - ALSHA CORPORATION SDN. BHD.

    5. 288067 - RENTAK CEKAP SDN. BHD.

    6. 386042 - ICM-ALLIKEN (M) SDN. BHD.

    7. 609895 - MULTI POWER VENTURE ENGINEERING SDN. BHD.

    8. 25685 - EPE WILSON TRANSFORMER SDN. BHD.

    9. 731218 - ASIACOPTER SDN. BHD.

    AZINOR BIN ABDUL AZIZ, I/C 710617-02-5571, a common director of Web Power Sdn Bhd, is also a company director of the following companies:

    1. 175007 - AL-MANSURA SDN. BHD.

    2. 630646 - TRIUS MULTIMEDIA SDN. BHD.

    3. 303272 - JEJAK DUNIA (M) SDN. BHD.

    4. 423448 - TRIUS ADVERTISING & COMMUNICATIONS SDN. BHD.

    5. 437902 - TRIUS CORPORATION SDN. BHD.

    6. 541456 - WEB POWER SDN. BHD.

    7. 769785 - WP DEVICES SDN. BHD.

    8. 780990 - AUXILIARY SECURITY SDN. BHD.

    9. 423469 - TRIUS COMPUTERS SDN. BHD.

    In the letter dated 3 December 2008 (read here), four companies are mentioned: Bees System, Com-line Systems, FTM Global Technologies and Twiz Technology. Now let us see who are behind these four companies. Malaysiatoday....
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    Re: APCO, 1Malaysia & 1 Israel - Nazri now denies APCO set up Najib-Obama meet

    Is Nazri's nose growing longer?

    Nazri now denies APCO set up Najib-Obama meet


    APCO had no hand in arranging Najib’s meeting with Obama, said Nazri. — Reuters pic
    By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 20 — The government’s public relations consultant, APCO Worldwide, had nothing to do with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s meeting with US President Barack Obama last week, Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz revealed today, in a reversal of an earlier statement.

    The Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department had previously said the consultancy did a good job, as Obama had agreed to meet Najib at the sidelines of a nuclear security meet in Washington DC.

    “I would like to say that no money was paid to have this meeting with President Obama, and APCO was not employed for the sole reason of fixing a meeting with President Obama. That’s a blatant lie,” Nazri told The Malaysian Insider today. TheMalaysiaInsider....
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    Re: APCO, 1Malaysia & 1 Israel - What are the issues with APCO?

    Time to face the Israel question

    Wed, 14 Apr 2010 16:02


    All publicity is good says an old adage among press agents. That adage is being put severely to the test in the matter of the federal government's publicity consultants Apco Worldwide.

    At last count, six institutions and seven members of the ruling establishment have become embroiled in a fast-escalating row that threw up questions of national security and Israeli influence. It is a row that has now gone up to the very top – to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.

    Yet it had seemed innocent enough when Anwar Ibrahim questioned Apco's role in the 1Malaysia campaign of Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, and linked it to Apco's relationship with Israel. Inevitably the Z word and the J word came into play.

    At first glance Anwar's question was just a political stunt to repay Barisan Nasional administration leaders in the same coin, for having been tarred by them over many years with the taunt of being an agent of Jews and Jewish interests. It looked like payback time.

    But there are more serious questions to answer – about Apco's relations with Israeli intelligence, Israeli links to the federal police through a Singapore company, and the implications these have on national security. Answers have been few.

    One answer given shows that Apco's deal with the government, at RM77 million, will cost the taxpayer at least three times more than was originally believed.

    As the prime minister basks in the Washington spring sunshine and the warm limelight of an association with the world's favourite US president, the taxpayer will wonder exactly what – and who – that RM77 million has bought on their behalf.

    Memories will be stirred of another Malaysian PM, Dr Mahathir Mohamad, another US president, George W Bush, and another lobbyist from K Street, Jack Abramoff, now serving a five-year jail term for fraud and corruption offences.

    It must be said those offences had nothing to do, as far as we know, with the US$1.2 million fee that Mahathir later said Abramoff was paid for arranging his meeting with Bush in 2002. That meeting helped to raise Mahathir's profile after being severely criticised by the previous Clinton administration – for anti-Semiticism, and for Anwar's jailing.

    That Anwar is again at the centre is not surprising. Neither is the government's response about Apco and the Israelis. (In typical shoot-the-messenger style, it is Anwar that is to be investigated by four government agencies, including the National Security Council.)

    But the fundamental questions go unanswered.

    Did the Home Minister at the time receive a briefing from senior police officers about Israeli links to a billion-ringgit computerisation project at Bukit Aman? (The pathetic partial response, that he couldn't really remember, is no answer.)

    Do Apco the worldwide publicity agents and lobbyists have Israeli links, and do these pose any danger to Malaysian security? Do Apco have any relationship to APCO P25 the computerised police response system, or is this in truth just a coincidence of names? Do the companies involved in APCO P25 have Israeli links, and are these a threat to national security?

    Did the Inspector-General of Police have any links to the companies associated with this project? How were the companies chosen? Were thorough background checks carried out? How were they given security clearance?

    Were the Israelis associated with the Singapore end given access to Bukit Aman? Do the Singapore partners have any continuing association with the Israelis?

    Is Israel an enemy? Is there a security threat in dealing with Israeli people?

    Does Anwar Ibrahim have genuine copies of official documents? Are those images genuinely of official documents posted by Raja Petra Kamarudin? Will the government explain the damaging revelations contained in them?

    Fanciful notions of Mossad or Shin Bet having penetrated Bukit Aman are not the point. It would beggar belief to accept that Shin Bet was openly allowed into Bukit Aman under only the flimsy pretext of being software installers. But if they did, we are entitled to ask why – not because they are Israeli or Jewish or Shin Bet – and to know how secure is the headquarters of our internal security organisation.

    These matters are what relate to Malaysia's national security, not Anwar's antics, nor his access to information, nor the religious faith of certain Middle Easterners.

    Rising above the noisy hubbub of Apco, Zionism, and Jewishness – and recognising that these are essentially red herrings – there remains the larger question about Israel that Malaysia cannot avoid.

    Is Malaysia to be the last holdout in Asia, when five of Israel's Arab neighbours have already established ties, and many in the Gulf carry on private lucrative trade with putative enemies?

    As Najib and his delegation enjoy cherry blossom time in the one western capital that could loosely be called Tel Aviv West, it is a pertinent time to pose this question.

    It is not the Jewish question. That one is merely for schoolyard taunting. It is the Israel question that must be answered, and a mature Malaysia to answer it. With chutzpah, even. FreeMalaysiaToday....
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    Is BN aiming to regain two-thirds majority?

    This question does not arise. It is too obvious.

    Is BN aiming to regain two-thirds majority?

    Wed, 15 Dec 2010 15:05




    By S Retnanathan

    PETALING JAYA: Opposition members of parliament have come up with various reasons why the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) was adamant in wanting the suspension of four Pakatan Rakyat MPs from the Dewan Rakyat for six months.

    They say suspension of the four MPs would result in the opposition block – Pakatan Rakyat – losing its grip in the Dewan Rakyat as the absence of the four elected representatives would give the BN back its two-thirds majority in the House.

    The ruling BN lost its long-held two-thirds majority in Parliament after the March 8, 2008 general election. It also lost five state governments in the polls, which created a new political landscape for Malaysia.

    Currently, there are a total of 222 parliamentary seats. Following the 2008 general election, the BN had managed to capture 137 seats as opposed to Pakatan's 76. The Sabah Progressive Party has two seats, while the Socialist Party hold one seat. The remainder six parliamentary constituencies were being held by independents who favour the ruling BN.

    With the suspension of the four, proposed in Parliament today, the opposition, meaning Pakatan, would only hold 72 seats, two constituencies short to thwart the BN from achieving its two-thirds majority.

    The two-thirds majority is needed by the ruling coalition to make any amendment to the Federal Constitution as well as approve the redelineation of electoral boundaries, several opposition leaders alleged.

    Yesterday, the BN-led government proposed to suspend Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim (PKR-Permatang Pauh) for misleading the Dewan Rakyat, when he linked Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak's 1Malaysia brainchild to the One Israel campaign.

    He also accused Apco Worldwide, a public relations company hired by the Najib administration, of having links with the Zionist state. The international public relations firm had denied these allegations.

    Today, the ruling coalition proposed three other Pakatan lawmakers be suspended for six months pertaining to the Apco row.

    The three – Azmin Ali (PKR-Gombak), R Sivarasa (PKR-Subang) and Karpal Singh (DAP-Batu Gelugor) – will likely face suspension for leaking details on the Rights and Privileges Committee probe on Anwar.

    The BN gave notice to suspend the four MPs for six months.

    This move had drawn the ire of several opposition MPs including former Perak Menteri Besar Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin (PAS-Bukit Gantang), who through his Twitter message, said: "By suspending 4 PR MPs, BN shall also get the five independent MPs to get simple two-thirds majority."

    "They (the BN) can even delineate and add new seats from Sabah (and) Sarawak," he said.

    Tony Pua (DAP-Petaling Jaya Utara), another vocal opposition MP in his Twitter message, questioned if BN was trying to "amend the Federal Constitution sometime before the next (general) election thus the need to suspend four Pakatan Rakyat MP at once to deprive the opposition block its one-third strength."

    Liew Chin Tong (DAP-Bukit Bendera) also posted a similar message in his Twitter post. FreeMalaysiaToday....
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    APCO Issue: Azmin insists he never aired Apco letter

    Azmin insists he never aired Apco letter

    Dec 17, 10 6:03pm





    Suspended parliamentarian Azmin Ali today defended himself against his six months ban, saying that he had never mentioned the contents of the letter from public relations firm Apco Worldwide as claimed in the motion suspending him.


    He quoted part of his letter to the House speaker, dated Dec 6, under Standing Order 18(1) in which he wanted the "Dewan Rakyat to debate the proceedings of the Rights and PrivilegesCommittee on Friday, Dec 3, which had made the decision to deny the rights of the Permatang Pauh representative ... to defend himself in the investigations".

    As such, Azmin said in a statement, the reason given by de facto Law Minister Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz for his suspension did not hold water as he had never revealed the contents of the Apco letter to anyone, nor had he raised it during parliamentary debates.

    In the suspension motion read out by Nazri, Azmin (right) was accused of publishing the contents of the letter that was presented in the Rights and Privileges Committee in his letter to the speaker on Dec 6.

    The Apco letter, in which the company denied involvement in the drafting of 1Malaysia and One Israel, was the only evidence accepted by the committee in deciding to suspend Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim on the issue.

    This led committee members Karpal Singh and R Sivarasa to boycott the proceedings, leading to their suspension yesterday.

    Anwar was suspended for misleading the Parliament by linking 1Malaysia with One Israel.

    According to Azmin, the fact that he had been suspended over what he claimed was a false accusation showed that the Dewan Rakyat was politically motivated.

    "My colleagues in PKR and Pakatan Rakyat therefore believe that the suspensions were mainly to reduce Pakatan Rakyat's say in the Dewan," he said.

    Let them defend themselves

    Meanwhile, human rights NGO Suaram has spoken out against the suspension of the MPs, calling the move a mockery of democracy.

    In a press statement today, Suaram coordinator Hasbeemasputra Abu Bakar said that Suaram was particularly concerned over how the suspensions were passed without the MPs being given the opportunity to defend themselves.

    "Anwar was never allowed to make his defence before the Rights and Privileges Committee... and the suspensions of the other three persons never went through any investigation process (and were) debated and passed without the presence of any Opposition MP," he said.

    "The decision by the Speaker to call for a vote without any Opposition lawmaker present calls into question his neutrality, and as he was also the chairperson of the committee that recommended Anwar's suspension, it clearly show a bias against Opposition parliamentarians," he said.

    Suaram also frowned on the "overly long and harsh punishment for what is clearly not an issue of urgency".

    As such, the NGO called for the reinstatement of all the four MPs and for Parliament to review the minority report made by Karpal and Sivarasa. Malaysiakini. Subscription required.
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