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    What I do want to talk about is regarding two people in the Bursa -- Wong Kay Yong, the Head of Corporate Surveillance & Governance, and Ho Kwok Piow, the Head of Corporate Surveillance Department Regulation -- and how they are ripping off the public. Wong and Ho could best be described as corporate blackmailers and hijackers. What they do is to look for companies in distress and hold them to ransom. The owners of these companies are then squeezed and forced to sell off their interests at fire-sale prices.

    THE CORRIDORS OF POWERRaja Petra Kamarudin

    HK regulator looking at criminal liability for IPO sponsors

    (Free Malaysia Today/Reuters) - The head of Hong Kong’s market watchdog said today that it is considering making investment bankers face the prospect of jail if they are found to have been negligent in their listing work. Securities and Futures Commission chief executive Ashley Alder told Reuters that a forthcoming consultation paper on initial public offering sponsors would look at making them hold criminal and civil liability for the contents of listing prospectuses. “We are looking at both,” Alder told Reuters on the sidelines of the APREA Property Leaders Forum in Hong Kong.

    Reuters reported last week that the SFC would consider making sponsors liable for the contents of listing prospectuses, but it was not known whether this would include making them criminally culpable for rule breaches. IPO sponsors, typically banks or corporate finance houses, prepare a company’s listing documents and perform due diligence to ensure they comply with Hong Kong’s listing rules. The SFC wants them to face tougher rules after a number of mainland Chinese companies that listed in Hong Kong ran into trouble shortly after going public.

    READ MORE HERE: http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/cat...-ipo-sponsors/

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    Securities and Futures Commission

    The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) of Hong Kong is the independent statutory body charged with regulating the securities and futures markets in Hong Kong. The SFC is responsible for fostering an orderly securities and futures market, to protect investors and to help promote Hong Kong as an international financial centre and a key financial market in China. Even though it is consider as a branch of the government, it is run independently under the authorisation of the laws relating to Securities and Futures.

    SFC: History

    The SFC was created in 1989 in response to the stock market crash of October 1987. In 1997, following the Asian financial crisis, the regulatory framework was further improved. A comprehensive Securities and Futures Ordinance (SFO) was implemented in 2003, which expanded the SFC's regulatory functions and powers.

    The SFC is one of four regulatory organisations that make up financial regulators in Hong Kong, one of the major financial centres in the world. The others are the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Office of the Commissioner of Insurance and the Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority. The SFC is responsible for securities and futures markets including the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the seventh largest Stock Exchange in the world.
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    Bursa Malaysia: History

    Bursa Malaysia, previously known as Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE, Bursa Saham Kuala Lumpur in Malay) dates back to 1930 when the Singapore Stockbrokers' Association was set up as a formal organisation dealing in securities in Malaya. The first formal securities business organisation in Malaysia was the Singapore Stockbrokers' Association, established in 1930. It was re-registered as the Malayan Stockbrokers' Association in 1937. The Malayan Stock Exchange was established in 1960 and the public trading of shares commenced. The board system had trading rooms in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, linked by direct telephone lines.

    In 1964, the Stock Exchange of Malaysia was established. With the secession of Singapore from Malaysia in 1965, the Stock Exchange of Malaysia became known as the Stock Exchange of Malaysia and Singapore. In 1973, currency inter-changeability between Malaysia and Singapore ceased, and the Stock Exchange of Malaysia and Singapore was divided into the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange Berhad and the Stock Exchange of Singapore. The Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange, which was incorporated on 14 December 1976 as a company limited by guarantee, took over the operations of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange Berhad in the same year.

    On 14 April 2004, following the demutualisation exercise, the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange was renamed Bursa Malaysia Berhad, the purpose of which was to enhance competitive position and to respond to global trends in the exchange sector by making themselves more customer-driven and market-oriented. It consisted of a Main Board, a Second Board and MESDAQ with total market capitalisation of MYR700 billion (US$189 billion).

    Bursa Malaysia has since then focused on various initiatives aimed at improving its product and service offerings, increasing the liquidity and velocity of its markets, improving the efficiency of its businesses and achieving economies of scale in its operations. On 18 March 2005, Bursa Malaysia was listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad with a 17% or RM0.50 premium over its retail price of RM3.00.
    Source: Bursa Malaysia's History Page - Data updated as at 9 March 2010
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    Bursa Malaysia: Structure

    The wholly owned subsidiaries of Bursa Malaysia own and operate the various businesses, as set out below:
    1. Bursa Malaysia Securities Bhd - Provide, operate and maintain securities exchange.
    2. Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Bhd - Provide, operate and maintain a futures and options exchange.
    3. Labuan International Financial Exchange Inc. - Provide, operate and maintain offshore financial exchange.
    4. Bursa Malaysia Bonds Sdn Bhd - Provide, operate and maintain registered electronic facility for secondary bond market.
    5. Bursa Malaysia Securities Clearing Sdn Bhd - Provide, operate and maintain a clearing house for the securities exchange.
    6. Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Clearing Bhd - Provide, operate and maintain a clearing house for the futures and options exchange.
    7. Bursa Malaysia Depository Sdn Bhd - Provide, operate and maintain a central depository.
    8. Bursa Malaysia Depository Nominees Sdn Bhd - Act as a nominee for the central depository and receive securities on deposit for safe-custody or management.
    9. Bursa Malaysia Information Sdn Bhd - Provide and disseminate prices and other information relating to securities quoted on exchanges within the group.
    10. Bursa Malaysia Islamic Services Sdn Bhd - Operate all Islamic Markets businesses and activities initiated under Bursa Malaysia.

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    I thought I would start part 1 of this expose by giving you a bit of background and history regarding Bursa Malaysia and Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission so that you can see the difference between the two. As you may have noticed, the Bursa started as a stockbrokers’ association in 1930 and eventually transformed into a stock exchange in 1960 and, today, it is a profit-motivated listed company.


    In Singapore, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) supervises the securities industry. The day-to-day supervision of the market is left to the Singapore Exchange (SGX) though. In Hong Kong, the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) plays this role. The question is: is Malaysia’s Bursa the same as the SFC in Hong Kong and the MAS-SGX in Singapore, that plays a regulatory role and keeps the ‘market players’ in line, or is the Bursa about making money and is itself a market player?


    But that is not really what I want to talk about. What I do want to talk about is regarding two people in the Bursa -- Wong Kay Yong, the Head of Corporate Surveillance & Governance, and Ho Kwok Piow, the Head of Corporate Surveillance Department Regulation -- and how they are ripping off the public.


    Wong and Ho could best be described as corporate blackmailers and hijackers. What they do is to look for companies in distress and hold them to ransom. The owners of these companies are then squeezed and forced to sell off their interests at fire-sale prices.


    A ‘white knight’ then waltzes in and picks up these shares at below market value. Of course, in the same process, they would make tons of money, with a huge kickback to Wong and Ho.


    Many have become victims to these ‘corporate raiders’ and in part 2 we will go into the details -- so stayed tuned.
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    So, Ong Tee Keat and Lee Hwa Beng are not as innocent as they pretend to be. Ong Tee Keat and Lee Hwa Bang are being portrayed as angels while the real devils are supposed to be the ex-leaders of MCA. And Umno is helping to cover up their misdeeds because the money that they scammed from the PKFZ project was supposed to have gone to help MCA in financing the general elections.

    THE CORRIDORS OF POWER
    Raja Petra Kamarudin


    In Malaysia, things are not always what they appear to be. What you see is not what you get, contrary to what Flip Wilson a.k.a. ‘Geraldine’ used to say. And if you do not know who Flip Wilson is, then you must have been born after the 1960s. Those of us born before Merdeka would know whom I am talking about.

    Readers will recall that EPISODE 25: The invisible web (of deceit) - part 1 and EPISODE 26: The invisible web (of deceit) - part 2 (read HERE and HERE) was about things not always being what they appear to be. Those two episodes showed how Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad was demonised as being reckless for the various grandiose infrastructure projects which his successor, Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, had to shelve because the country had no more money to spend due to the way the nation’s coffer was squandered by Dr Mahathir.

    The mastermind of all these smear campaigns against Dr Mahathir was none other than the man who once headed the NST group, Dato Kalimullah Hassan, the man Dr Mahathir called ‘Hindu God, Muslim priest’. When Dr Mahathir first mentioned the name ‘Hindu God, Muslim priest’, even those in the ex-Prime Minister’s close circle did not know whom he was referring to. It took many days for them to finally figure out whom Dr Mahathir meant.

    In an interview later, Kalimullah said he felt very hurt and his family was extremely sad that he had been besmirched in that matter. Anyway, is not Malaysian politics about besmirching one another rather than about discussing matters such as good governance? So what else is new? Malaysian politicians make a living besmirching one another. And those are the people we want to vote into office? Pleeeeezzzzz!

    Abdullah Badawi also scrapped the national petroleum and sugar subsidies because the country was said to be on the brink of bankruptcy. This thing about the country going bankrupt is not what I say but what Idris Jala had said when he first became Minister-in-Charge of Pemandu. Idris Jala had graduated from being the Managing Director of MAS to being a Minister in Abdullah Badawi’s cabinet. In doing so, he affected a coup d’etat on Koh Tsu Koon who until then had headed Pemandu.

    Yes, that lembik Gerakan ex-Chief Minister who lost the PM’s home state of Penang to DAP’s Lim Guan Eng was still given a minister’s post because Abdullah Badawi was fond of him. Koh Tsu Koon gave a new meaning to the term running dog. And are not all Chinese in Barisan Nasional running dogs of the Umno Malays? So, siapa lebih pandai, Melayu or Cina?

    Idris Jala is an amazing man. He is supposed to be a turn-around expert. I don’t think anyone can dispute that by just looking at his achievements. Idris Jala was Managing Director of the national airlines and the man who accused Tajudin Ramli of causing MAS to suffer losses of RM8 billion. Since Tajudin was the creation of Dr Mahathir, Dr Mahathir was again blamed for these losses (READ EPISODE 6: How Malaysia Today ‘lied’ three years ago HERE).

    It was Idris Jala who urged the head of the CCID, Dato Ramli Yusuff, to make a presentation to Abdullah Badawi with a recommendation to prosecute Tajudin. However, instead of taking action against Tajudin, Abdullah Badawi and the Attorney General, Gani Patail, closed the MAS case. This was because Tajudin had threatened to reveal that Abdullah Badawi’s brother, Ibrahim Badawi, had also benefitted from the MAS Catering contracts.

    To end all investigations into the MAS scandal, the AG decided to charge Dato Ramli and the MAS lawyer, Rosli Dahlan, instead. That resulted in the MAS case getting classified as NFA (no further action). In the next episode, we will reveal more regarding AG Gani Patail, the courts, and the government’s continuing cover-ups of the Tajudin Ramli-MAS scandal. So stay tuned. We have not finished with that issue. There is more to come.

    Idris Jala then did a U-turn as if nothing had happened and was instantly promoted into Abdullah Badawi’s Cabinet as Minister for economic and other recoveries -- the NKRAs. One of the first few things Idris Jala said was that the country was headed for bankruptcy and then he provided the many reasons as to why Abdullah Badawi needed to scrap the various projects that Dr Mahathir had given to his crony -- that self proclaimed Arab who is actually a Mamak, the rice-trader Syed Mokhtar Al Bukhary. In Episode 26, Malaysia Today revealed that these projects were rebranded as Private Finance Initiatives (PFI), when in fact they were not, just in order to hike up the project costs so that Abdullah Badawi’s family and cronies can make some money.

    Having said that the country was on the brink of bankruptcy during Abdullah Badawi’s time, it is amazing how now, under Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, Idris Jala turns around and says that the country’s economy is peachy-rosy and honky-dory so that Najib can squander so much in so short a time as the GE13 approaches. This native from the highlands of Bario truly deserves to be called ‘the turn-around expert’.

    Now, before I digress too far, as I usually do, you will wonder why I started by saying that things are not always what they appear to be and why the title of this episode is The Hidden Betrayals. I have always said that we will attack those who try to make themselves look like goody-two-shoes, both sides of the political divide, when in reality they are the scumbags and slime-balls that the public have yet to discover. Malaysia Today focuses on the untold stories and the shenanigans by those who walk in the corridors of power. So let us talk about that.


    I would like to refer to Datuk Lee Hwa Beng who recently launched his "tell-all" book 'PKFZ: A Nation's Trust Betrayed' where the former Port Klang Authority (PKA) chairman chronicled the nation's supposedly biggest financial scandal -- the RM12.5 billion Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) fiasco. The book was launched by Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat, the former Transport Minister who had appointed Lee as the PKA chairman in 2008 to oversee the unravelling of the scandal.

    Lee Hwa Beng and Ong Tee Kiat are trying to portray themselves as heroes of the nation while others are portrayed as crooks and scoundrels. Basically, Lee Hwa Beng and Ong Tee Keat are disenchanted politicians. They both need a new political lifeline. It is rumoured that they are attempting to cross over to DAP in the hope that they will be rewarded in the event the Barisan Nasional government falls come GE13.

    In Malaysia, when you need to reinvent yourself, all you need to do is to distance yourself from the old corrupted regime and be seen as crusaders of truth, justice, good governance, civil liberties, democracy, anti-corruption, anti-abuse of power, etc. To do that, you just have to run down your former party, sensationalise the abuses that will excite the public, and presto, you become sinless from all your past deeds just like a Born Again Christian.

    That’s an old script that politicians recycle over and over again. Anwar Ibrahim did that. Now you see the bow-tied Mamak, Kadir Sheikh Fadzir, doing that successfully as well -- so much so that he can even take centre-stage with Mat Sabu in various ceramah. If PAS, PKR or DAP fall for that cheap trick, then they only have themselves to blame when these people later turn around and become turncoats. Examples are aplenty -- Datuk Seri Zahrin Hashim, Zulkifli Noordin, Hasan Ali, Ibrahim Ali, Ezam Mohd Nor, Ruslan Kassim, and many, many more. Do we not learn from all these mistakes?

    Anyway, back to Lee Hwa Beng’s book. Lee has given the impression that all the evils were done before his time as PKA Chairman. Lee also gave the impression that all these were also before Ong Tee Keat’s time as Transport Minister and that Ong had no involvement whatsoever in the matter. Lee then ran down the Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd (KDSB) CEO and Bintulu MP, Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing, as if he had no involvement with Tiong or KDSB in fixing the project cost.
    But Lee Hwa Beng is telling a lie. It is just like one of Ali Baba’s 40 thieves calling All Baba a thief. They are all thieves.

    Malaysia Today will now reveal the truth because Malaysia Today knows better. Malaysia Today has eyes and ears everywhere. Malaysia Today has access to the darkest secrets of the known scumbags and slime-balls of society and those who portray themselves as saints. Malaysia Today will now show you the letter dated 10 May 2008 that Ong Tee Keat as Transport Minister sent to then Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (see letter below).

    Paragraph 2 of that letter states that the project costing was done by a quantity surveyor appointed by the government itself -- QS4 Consortium. Paragraph 3(i) of that letter clearly shows that PKA considered the project costing as reasonable and acceptable. Paragraphs 4 and 6 emphasised that PKA considers KDSB’s requests as valid and recommends that the Prime Minister accept all of KDSB’s costing proposals.

    In a second letter dated 14 May 2008, the TKSU of the Prime Minister accepts Ong’s proposals (see letter below).

    The author of the letter was clearly Ong Tee Keat. The PKA Chairman was Lee Hwa Beng. So, why did Lee so blatantly lie in his book that neither he nor Ong had anything to do with KDSB?

    Malaysia Today will tell you why.

    Look at the two letters again. All government letters normally have a file or project reference. The Prime Minister’s letter dated 14 May 2008 has a reference. Now look at Ong Tee Keat’s letter dated 10 May 2008. Do you see any file reference to the subject matter? None!

    Ong Tee Keat and Lee Hwa Beng have conveniently made this letter disappear from the file without trace, just like how Altantuya Shaariibuu’s immigration records disappeared. They dared to so boldly do this because, to their mind, there is no way of tracing this letter. That is why Lee Hwa Beng dared to lie in his book. But Lee forgets that Malaysia Today has archives that go much deeper and much farther than the National Archives of Malaysia.

    So, to all you political haves-been and aspiring politicians, don’t throw stones if you live in a glass house. Don’t malign others if you have skeletons in your own closet. Malaysia Today is here to reveal the truth and to level the playing field for all!

    So, Ong Tee Keat and Lee Hwa Beng are not as innocent as they pretend to be. Ong Tee Keat and Lee Hwa Bang are being portrayed as angels while the real devils are supposed to be the ex-leaders of MCA. And Umno is helping to cover up their misdeeds because the money that they scammed from the PKFZ project was supposed to have gone to help MCA in financing the general elections.

    The deal is simple: Umno will take some projects, MCA will take some projects, MIC will take some projects, Gerakan will take some projects, and so on. And the money they make from these projects will help finance the elections. But in reality, the money very seldom goes to the political parties they are supposed to go to. Instead, they go into the pockets of certain people. And because everyone is guilty of the same crime, they need to cover each other’s back.

    Hence, MCA did not really get the money from the PKFZ deal. Instead, the money went into the pockets of the MCA leaders. And, since so many people are involved, they are not able to spill the beans. They have to cover up these misdeeds because revealing it would mean that many would fall, including those whistle-blowers who sing like a canary.

    The novelty here is: when one Barisan Nasional leader points his of her finger at another Barisan Nasional leader, he or she is not wrong. The crime really did happen. The only point is, those pointing their fingers at others themselves have dirty fingers.

    As I said, this is not just an MCA dilemma. It happens in Umno, MIC, Gerakan and all the other members of Barisan Nasional as well. Take the Lynas and NFC issues, the two latest ‘hot issues’, as examples. Najib is nursing a huge migraine regarding these issues. With Bersih, Lynas and the NFC combined, Najib may not be able to call for the next general election in June after all. It may have to be delayed till the end of this year or maybe even early next year if he can’t resolve all these issues.

    But we shall talk about the Lynas and NFC issues in the next episode. There is more than meets the eye regarding these two issues as well. And in the next episode Malaysia Today will reveal the untold story and the behind the scenes goings-on about those who walk in the corridors of power. So stay tuned for more. Yes, there is more than meets the eye regarding the Lynas and NFC issues.



    py

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    EPISODE 30: A declaration of war

    THE CORRIDORS OF POWER

    Sunday, 06 May 2012 Super Admin




    So, as I said, I knew all this. But in spite of my six episodes in my series of articles called
    Now that Bersih is over
    I did not reveal the presence of anarchists. And I did not reveal it because I felt it would hurt PKR if the public found out that amongst those 100,000 or 150,000 or 250,000 or whatever who took to the streets on Saturday, 28th April 2012, were a bunch of anarchists who had been trained in Korea on how to turn a peaceful march into hand-to-hand combat with the police.

    THE CORRIDORS OF POWERRaja Petra Kamarudin

    People have been asking me about my response to the article in Malaysia Chronicle called RPK, admit it: You're lying through your teeth to help Nong Chik beat Nurul in GE-13.

    Aiyoh! I have been relatively quiet for quite a while and have been focusing my attacks on the government the last couple of months. This is already EPISODE 30 and about 90% or so of my articles have been about the transgressions by those in the government. Why won’t they just let sleeping dogs lie?
    Don’t forget, I was born in 1950, which is the Year of the Golden Tiger, according to the Chinese calendar. So you should let sleeping golden tigers lie. Don’t wake them up. Well, you have just woken up this sleeping tiger and now I am thirsty for blood.

    Actually, I am not as ruthless as what many allege me to be. I make sure that I expose about 10% of the transgressions of the opposition while 90% are about those in the government. It is not that I do not have enough shit involving the opposition. It is just that I am very sparing with my exposes on the opposition.

    I whack the government because I am trying to bring the government down. But I whack the opposition because I want them to become a better opposition and, hopefully, if the opposition does become the government, that it will not be the type of government that we have now.

    So I keep quite a bit of shit that I have on the opposition. I do not bring everything out. But I do not do the same with that involving the government, though. I not only throw out all the shit that I have on the government but I even throw the toilet paper, chamber pot, kitchen sink, etc., as well.
    Anyway, let it be on record that I did not start this war. The declaration of war came from Malaysia Chronicle, a pro-Pakatan Rakyat website.

    Malaysia Chronicle, a.k.a. Suara Tian Chua, is basically Desi YL Chong, Wong Choon Mei and Tian Chua. This is the Chinese mafia in PKR that I talked about in an earlier article. Even DAP does not like this Chinese gang and many a conflict between DAP and PKR since 1999 was because of this PKR Chinese mafia. In fact, the DAP people just hate the PKR Chinese mafia and would rather negotiate with the Malays in PKR than with this Chinese gang.

    To demonstrate that I have not been entirely honest and have been covering up quite a bit of shit in PKR, allow me to bring your attention to an earlier article that I wrote regarding the Selayang market.

    Do you remember the article called EPISODE 20: The USD10 million kickback? If you do not or you have not read it yet then you can read it here: http://www.malaysia-today.net/mtcolumns/48002-episode-20-the-usd10-million-kickback

    The personalities involved no doubt denied this allegation. They called me a liar and demanded that I show the evidence. However, I decided to just drop the matter and did not pursue the issue any further because I did not want to hurt PKR. I just wanted them to know that we are aware of what they are doing so that they will stop doing it because, if they do not, then the voters may punish them in the next general election.

    However, since war has now been declared, I am going to reveal what further documents I have and which I have been keeping and did not reveal earlier. And you can see them below in the section called THE SELAYANG MARKET SCAM.

    Yes, Tian Chua and William Leong did meet the developers to squeeze some money from them under the excuse of ‘election funds’. And the developer did submit that letter concerning the RM70 million ‘claim for compensation’, as I had earlier revealed in EPISODE 20. And that letter is reproduced below.
    But what Tian Chua and William Leong did not know is that the meeting with the developer was recorded on the security camera of the premises where they met. And the developer very cleverly retrieved a copy of that recording in case they are subjected to a defamation suit and would need the evidence to prove that the meeting did take place.

    So, yes, I stopped at just one report in EPISODE 20. I knew more but I did not reveal the more that I knew because I felt that the message had clearly been delivered and it serves no purpose to come out with a part two that may hurt PKR. After all, I just want PKR to know that we know so that they will not continue with their nonsense. But now I have been forced to show the more that I have and which I did not reveal -- since we are now at war, a war which they declared on me.

    And do you think that is all I have? And do you think that is all that I kept hidden and did not reveal? By no means that is all. See the two letters below in the section called THE KELANG LAND SCAM.

    Actually, I have about 50 pages of documents on this particular issue. Nevertheless, I am revealing only two pages of those 50 pages, at least for now. Treat this as a teaser if you want. I just want to show you a sample of what I have. Hence just these two pages are sufficient for the meantime.

    What will happen next is: if any of the PKR people or Malaysian Chronicle a.k.a. Suara Tian Chua calls me a liar, then I will come out with a special report about what happened and all the pages will be published. Then PKR can be damned for all I care.

    Hey, I never said I am 100% honest! Even though I have a lot of shit on PKR I just reveal a little bit. I do not reveal everything. That, in a way, makes me quite dishonest. I know about the transgressions and misconduct of some of these opposition leaders and yet I hide this from the public and do not reveal the whole truth. I just show you the tip of the iceberg. I don’t show you the entire iceberg.

    So, Malaysia Chronicle a.k.a. Suara Tian Chua, do we continue? What more shall we talk about? Shall we talk about how Desi YL Chong was rejected by Malaysiakini and Free Malaysia Today before he joined Malaysia Chronicle to become a member of Tian Chua’s team? Shall we talk about how Wong Choon Mei was sacked from Malaysiakini for misconduct before she joined Malaysia Chronicle to become a member of Tian Chua’s team?
    Yes, what more shall be talk about?

    Shall we talk about that Malay girl, the daughter of an opposition leader, who Tian Chua made pregnant and later had to have an abortion to get rid of the unwanted baby? I do not want to mention her name so as not to shame the girl or her father. Dr Syed Husin Ali knows about this matter so he is aware of what I am talking about. So let’s leave it at that, at least for the meantime, unless Tian Chua or Malaysia Chronicle a.k.a Suara Tian Chua wants to take this to the next level.

    Shall we talk about the people Tian Chua sent to Korea for training on how to organise demonstrations so that the Bersih rallies can be turned into violent demonstrations like in Korea?


    You see, in Malaysia, as we all know, the police beat up peaceful demonstrators. In Korea, it is the other way around. Hence Tian Chua wanted to train Malaysians on how to organise demonstrations like they do in Korea.

    The problem is, the Malaysian police knew about this. Hence they would act extremely brutal towards demonstrators, like they did to the Bersih 3.0 demonstrators who pulled down the barricades two Saturdays ago -- because, in the opinion of the police, these were the people Tian Chua sent to Korea for training.

    So, as I said, I knew all this. But in spite of my six episodes in my series of articles called Now that Bersih is over I did not reveal the presence of anarchists. And I did not reveal it because I felt it would hurt PKR if the public found out that amongst those 100,000 or 150,000 or 250,000 or whatever who took to the streets on Saturday, 28th April 2012, were a bunch of anarchists who had been trained in Korea on how to turn a peaceful march into hand-to-hand combat with the police.

    Never call me a liar. Do not mock me either. Doing so is an act of war. And all is fair in love and war. And expect me to respond with both guns blazing. Ask no quarter and give no quarter. In this war we take no prisoners.
    THE SELAYANG MARKET SCAM



    THE KELANG LAND SCAM




    py

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