Catching the most powerful Pokemon - MO1 of 1MDB

Pokemon Go players can put their hunting skills to the test at the Aug 27 #TangkapMO1 rally, and try to 'catch' the most elusive creature of them all: Malaysian Official 1 (MO1).

Daily Kidnapping and Slaughtering of Kids in Malaysia

Reminder to all Malaysians, especially those in Kuala God has shown good lesson to us friend lost her daughter 1 week ago and this afternoon she was found in Bukit Kayu Hitam....police has stopped 1 lori ayam (Live Chicken Truck).....on the lorry there were 6 kids.

3 of them still too young to talk. They were injected with substance and were to be exported to Thailand where they will be killed for their organs. They were each packed in boxes and placed in the center of the lorry. The lorry was carrying chickens and the stuffed boxes are with the children  hidden and surrounded by all the chicken cages in the middle of the lorry.

Driver was a Malay man and truck owner Chinese.

Please ensure safety for our children. Do not let them wander far from you. This is Malaysia Boleh. Anything can happen to anyone.

New Law Means Najib's Men Can Kill Without Fear of Prosecution

The National Security Council Act was pushed through parliament in December by the government of Prime Minister Najib Razak, who has faced calls to resign for more than a year over an alleged corruption scandal. This act will consolidate Najib's hold on power. He is now way above the Law. 

The legislation gives the government power to declare virtual martial law in areas deemed to be under "security threat".

Critics accused Najib and his government of enacting the law, and other tough recent legislation, to ward off political and legal challenges.

"The law will definitely put fear in people planning to participate in street protests," said Wan Saiful Wan Jan, head of the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs, a Malaysian think tank.

"The public perception in terms of the timing of the draconian law is that Najib wants the law in order to stay in office."

The legislation allows a National Security Council headed by the prime minister to essentially suspend civil liberties in designated "security areas", giving security forces sweeping powers of search, seizure and arrest. Security forces will be immune from prosecution in case of deaths that happened in these areas.

Najib has defended the law as necessary to combat terrorism, but its passage came amid the ongoing furore over allegations that billions of dollars were stolen from a state investment fund he founded and oversaw.

"The law gives a council, headed by Razak, power to declare 'security areas' at times when they believe there is a heightened security threat," said Al Jazeera's Karishma Vyas, reporting from Kuala Lumpur.

"In these areas, police and solders have the power to search and arrest without warrants, to seize property without warrants and prevent demonstrations ...These sweeping laws have raised alarm among the opposition and rights groups who say it [the law] could be misused."

UN: Act violate human rights

The corruption scandal swirling around Najib has spawned a cross-party alliance, which includes members of his own ruling party, demanding Najib be removed and investigated.

Authorities in several countries are investigating allegations that government-owned investment fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad, or 1MDB, was looted over several years.

Najib and 1MDB deny wrongdoing.

Najib has stifled domestic pressure by cracking down on critics within his ruling party, scuttling domestic probes, and arresting whistleblowers and journalists.

The UN's human rights agency and other rights organisations have pilloried the National Security Council Act as a potentially frightening step backward.

"We are gravely concerned that ... the act may encourage human rights violations," Laurent Meillan, acting head of the UN Human Rights Office for Southeast Asia, said in a statement last week.

Last week, the US Justice Department launched a move to seize more than $1bn in assets it says were purchased with money stolen from 1MDB, including by a "high-ranking Malaysian government official", clearly referring to Najib.

The US move has heightened expectations of further anti-Najib protests in Malaysia, but there are concerns the security law could be used to prevent them.

Last August tens of thousands of people paralysed the capital Kuala Lumpur demanding he stand down.

Najib's ruling party has tightly controlled Malaysia since 1957 but increasingly faces accusations of corruption and repression.

Najib Plotting To Jail or Kill Mahathir?

The grapevine had it that Najib is seriously contemplating putting Mahathir and Anwar together in the same prison. It seems this is the only alternative left for Najib, in order to maintain his stay in power. If Mahathir can hide any wrongdoings, another Sodomy charge will come in handy once again by Najib's team. It is just a matter of finding and paying someone to sacrifice his ass for Najib.

Mahathir had been launching waves after waves of attack on Najib, accusing him of every mischief under the sun, whilst Najib is denying everything that is linked to him quite successfully so far. But there is a limit to everything, and Mahathir is getting stronger leaning on the support of the FBI and other international investigations into the corrupt practices and other crimes of Najib.

There is no way that Najib can get down from the pinnacle of power now. He, in fact, need to strengthen it further, for any lost of position at the top could mean jail terms for himself. It would have been easier to get someone to assassinate Mahathir, but the old fox is cleverer than Najib in this aspect, being the mastermind that he once was.

The earlier plan was to lure him close to the Red Shirt protesters created by Najib and his cronies, and get the red mob to silence Mahathir once and for all. But the old man was too smart for this kind of cheap tricks used often by Najib. He surrounded himself with yellow shirted followers and near to security officers and abundant of reporters, making it difficult for the Red Shirt gangsters to make that fatal move.

With Mahathir going down the path of Anwar, that is, forming a new party to unite the oppositions against Najib in the next elections, things now get easier for Najib. He is going to repeat his success on Anwar, albeit this time is on his father's good friend, Mahathir.

An opposition without Head, is no opposition, as shown in the recent Sarawak elections and the subsequent 2 by-elections.

Now, we wait for that Najib to throw out his Trump card - Sodomy!

Broad Daylight Killing becoming a daily affair in KL

This has got to be the most amazing CCTV capture of a broad daylight murder, assassination, killing ever captured in Malaysian history. Kuala Lumpur's ranking as the second most dangerous city in Asia, is now finally being justified beyond the shadow of doubt, as this is the 3rd such killings in a month.

They must have learned from the nation's corrupted leaders who believe in silencing dissidents or obstacles by sacking them or jailing them or just simply blowing them into pieces to remove evidence.

A man was shot 16 times which led to his death in a gruesome incident near Setapak Central in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday afternoon (July 27).

At 3.35pm, the man, a 43-year-old moneylender and father of three, was driving along the road alone near the mall when four men on two motorcycles approached his car. (see video)

"They came when the victim's car was at the traffic light. One shooter went to the left and another to the right before both opened fire," said City CID chief Senior Asst Comm Rusdi Mohd Isa at a press conference at the Setapak police station.

He added that the shooter on the right of the car fired about three to four shots, while the other fired 12, and that both bikes quickly fled shortly after.

Both shooters were riding pillion.

Investigations on the body showed wounds on the head, body and legs.

The man had been en route to meet a relative nearby.

"Family members of the victim have confirmed his identity," said SAC Rusdi, adding that the police would withhold his identity from the press for now.

When asked if the shooting was gang-related, he said that "there is a possibility".

"We have early information on his background of being involved in gangs,"said SAC Rusdi.

He added that the victim had a previous arrest record in 2014 and that investigations will explore every avenue.

A post-mortem would be conducted on the body.

Wangsa Maju OCPD Supt Mohamad Roy Suhaimi Sarif asked members of the public who were present at the time of the shooting to come forward to their nearest police station with any information pertaining to the murder.

Following is the chronology of shooting cases nationwide in 2016 till this case:

Jan 25

A man was found dead with several gunshot wounds, believed to be shot from close range at Jalan Jinjang, Kuala Lumpur at 2.10pm. The victim was known as S. Surya Kumar, 41, found in a pool of blood in the driver's seat of a Mitsubishi Triton pick-up.

Feb 11

A businessman was shot dead from close range in front of a motorcycle shop at Jalan Datuk Keramat, Kuala Lumpur (3.30am). The victim, Syed Amen Jainul Abdin who was the owner of a nasi kandar restaurant and a car wash shop was found dead in the car he was driving.

Feb 28

A 45-year old security guard died while a lorry driver suffered severe injuries after being shot by a suspect riding a motorcyle in a 4am incident in front of a petrol station in Jalan Semenyih, Kajang.

Mac 25

A bodyguard of a businessman suffered severe injuries after being shot by two men in two separate cars at a roundabout near the Chaterfield town of the KLIA Commercial Centre, Sepang at 8.45pm. The bodyguard was driving a Mercedes Benz car heading to klia2 when the two men fired several gunshots.

April 15

Two men were killed after they were shot by two men on a motorcylce at Jalan Kolami at 7.30am. The victims, both from Sibu, Sarawak but lived in Sabah were identified as Hii Lam King, 36, and Ting Wen Hou, 23.

April 20

A man was shot dead by police while his girlfriend together with two of her friends were arrested in Jalan Kilang 51/A, Kuala Lumpur after they were believed to have been involved in several robbery and car theft cases.

June 21

Miri PKR Secretary and PKR candidate for Bekenu during the Sarawak state election, Bill Kayong, 43, was shot dead in his Toyota Hilux while waiting for the green light at a junction in Lutong, Miri in an 8.30am incident.  

Around noon, two men, aged 30 and 34, who drove separate cars were shot at close range at the junction of the Sunway Batu Caves's main road in Kuala Lumpur while also waiting for the green light.

June 29

The prime suspect in the shooting case in Sunway Batu Caves was shot dead by police at a residential area in USJ 11/1D around 12.10pm. The 37-year old man was attempting to shoot the police before the police fired the shots.          

In another incident, the general manager of a private company, aged 40, suffered severe injuries after he was shot while driving along the PLUS Highway near Desa Petaling here by an individual riding a motorcycle around 8.40 am.    

July 6

A 32-year old woman who worked as a property agent died on the spot while her daughter was injured after the car they were in was shot at in a 2.30pm incident at Jalan Hujan Emas 4, Taman OUG. Nine suspects have been arrested to assist investigations into the case thus far.

July 11

A businessman cheated death when he was shot at several times by two suspects in front of his house in Taman Seri Fajar, near Batu Pahat, Johor, around 10pm.

July 9

A man was found dead with gunshot wounds on his head in Teluk Kulat, Pulau Banding, Perak. The victim was known as Khairul Azizan Zaidi, 29.

July 13

A family of four died after they believed to have been shot by their own family member using an unlicensed weapon at a chicken processing factory in the Batu Maung Industrial Zone, Penang, around 2.55am.

The only suspect in the case, was shot dead by the police, the next day in a gunfight.

July 26

Three men in their 50s escaped death when the car they were in was shot at by a group of unknown men in an attempted robbery at the Elite Highway heading towards Putrajaya around 9.30am. During the incident the victims were on their way to klia2, carrying some amount of money.

July 27

A 43-year old man was shot dead in his car while he was at the Jalan Taman Ibu Kota/Jalan Genting Klang junction in Kuala Lumpur at around 3.35 pm.

China Babi Wants To Fight Against FBI and Dr M

Jamal Yunos (UMNO ,Baju Merah) AKA CINA BABI Label Tun Mahathir Pengkhianat Negara Dan 300 Ribu Baju Merah Akan Turun KL Melawan Tun M Terkini 2016. 

Penganjur perhimpunan Baju Merah, Datuk Jamal Yunos mencabar bekas Perdana Menteri Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad untuk meneruskan Himpunan Baju Merah 2.0 pada tarikh dan waktu sama dengan program Bersih.
Beliau berkata demikian pada sidang media di Dataran Sogo, Kuala Lumpur, hari ini.

Najib making use of these kind of uneducated and brainless people to stay in power, as they have enough in numbers to keep the dictator where he is. 

The Most Blatant and Daring Corruption Ever Committed by a Government in World History

The truths are slowly being dragged out into the open, as PM Najib continue to hide his crimes behind his position as Prime Minister. Making use of the stupidity of the majority of the rural voters to stay in power, and the use of force and even murders to ensure he remain where he is, it also means a slow and painful death of his tenure as the Prime Minister of Malaysia. 

More interestingly, it means all the shits that he had done, will be widely and deeply published all over the world in greater and greater details, and will be so well documented in history, that today, the world already have no doubt that Najib is the most openly corrupted government leader ever existed in the history of mankind, surpassing President Marcos of the Philippines many times over.

These detailed announcement by the FBI to take actions against 1MDB is going to be the most daring counter act against Najib, and it has to be coming from the US, as the actions need to be from a superpower, since Najib is using the whole country of Malaysia's resources to protect himself.

The corruptions mentioned here not just involve stealing of money, but also murders, forceful removal of oppositions by manipulating of laws, cover-up of lies, and cover-up of other cover-ups.

The Danger of having High Speed Train

Rapid KL has come out to defend one of its train captains after a photo showing him allegedly sleeping on the job went viral on social media. Can you imagine what will happen to the HSR from KL to Singapore if we have drivers like this?
Prasarana Malaysia Berhad (Prasarana) Group Communications and Strategic Marketing head Lim Jin Aun told Bernama that the train driver was just resting by placing his head on the driving panel, and not sleeping as claimed by the media.
“We were informed that he took a short rest while waiting for the train, which was operating on semi-auto, to arrive at a station. The allegation in the article is not true.
“Nevertheless, it is still an offence because train captains are required to be on stand-by at all times during the journey,” he was quoted as saying.
Lim added that disciplinary action had been taken against the train captain.
“A warning letter had been issued to him and he has been suspended from work for a week since yesterday.
“He has also been ordered to go for counselling and attend courses on technical guidance and self-development,” he was further quoted as saying.
On July 3, Facebook user Philip Pak Ming Wong posted a photo showing the train captain sleeping at the control panel.

Innovative Push-Pocket Technology for Robbers

Genuine message posted by a law firm in Malaysia.
If you're going to KL, take note!


I am sure you all have heard of 'pick pocket'.
A new trend 'push pocket'.
Read on.. for your own good

A few days ago a new type of crime has surfaced in town.
It goes something like this:-
Somebody slips a hand-phone into your pocket,
sometimes it could be just a wallet with
an identity card and a few ringgit.

A few minutes later, the 'owner' comes up
and confronts you, the 'thief '.
He makes a big commotion that you stole his stuff.

You, caught unaware, are then pulled aside by the
'owner' for a settlement. You are intimidated and threatened
that if you do not pay up the police will be brought in.
If you pay up, this 'owner' lets you go.
If not, the police are brought in.

Another strange thing is that there always seems
to be a 'witness' to your 'theft'.

I am told this often happens to foreigners at
the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)
or even at LRT trains.
Given that you're 'guilty until proven innocent'
as far as the Malaysian police are concerned,
I understand some poor people are in jail for
these 'offences'.

At the KLIA, the 'owner' throws his hand-phone and
wallet with the few ringgit notes into the luggage
trolley of a just arrived passenger.
The drama unfolds a few minutes later.
The real culprit has easily convinced our Malaysian police
to arrest the real victim (if he has not paid up the 'settlement' demand).
This is a very serious matter.

This is another form of extortionists operating in broad daylight.
They are disgusting criminals who will do anything
to rob and steal. The sickening part of the whole
scenario is that unless you pay the 'quoted settlement' money,
they will put you in real trouble by calling the police.

The real culprit gets back his hand-phone
and wallet but the real victim ( i.e.. could be any one of us)
is thrown into the police lock up and charged in court.

So do be very careful,
otherwise you may end up as a 'thief'
as you have no way to prove your innocence.   Pass it on.....
let more people be aware
of such things around them.

Geh Cheng Lok & Co,Advocates & Solicitors

The Islamic State have arrived - Puchong Night Club Attack Is The Beginning

It's official, they are planning to kill Ministers, Police Officers and Judges, and whoever who are going to be obstacles to their activities.

Authorities have confirmed that the Movida night club bombing, which occurred at about 2.15am on June 28 when patrons were watching an Euro 2016 football match, was the first ever successful IS attack in Malaysia.

The attack, which injured eight people, was carried out by locals who were instructed by IS member Muhamad Wanndy Mohamad Jedi from Syria.

Since the attack, 15 people have been arrested, including the two men who were responsible for throwing the hand grenade. Two of the 15 were also policemen.

We urge all of you to be extra cautious of your whereabouts and safety.

And Now, Even The Arabs Are Giving Up on Najib

Abu Dhabi's International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) ended its financial support to 1MDB, claiming both the company and its shareholder the Ministry of Finance are "in default" over payments of more than a billion dollars. Bloomberg TV Malaysia's Cynthia Ng explains in context of 1MDB's rationalization plan.

Top 10 World TV Stations Reporting on Najib

Look like they have all made up their minds. 
You can lie to some people all the time,
you can lie to all the people some of the time,
but you can't lie to all the people all the time.