MCA better to get out of Barisan nasional

From: "lobert"
Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 21:10:15 +0800
Local: Mon, Jul 27 2009 9:10 pm
Subject: Re: Should MCA gets out of BN

"Penang" wrote in message

> The recent article written by a Malay who grew up in China is
> interesting

> He said something many Chinese have said for decades ---- MCA is
> nothing but a ***DOG*** for umno

> When Chinese say that, MCA ask the police to harrass that Chinese, but
> now it's a MELAYU who says the same thing

> Look at MCA, look at how they balls shrank !

MCA = Master of Chinese Art

Truly Asia - Paradise for Criminals - Malaysia

Malaysia is full of people with bad luck?
Posted by: kkearthling
Yes, crime is so huge a concern, and at a stage where it makes people think that the goverment has failed, big time.

Safety issues I would say is at very critical / out of control level. It cannot be ignored as it is very relevant to the real people in their daily lives. It has become a shame so much so that when foreigner talk about wanting to visit Malaysia, I feel ashamed to tell them about Malaysia & will discourage them from visiting Malaysia!

I have stayed in Selangor for many years. I have moved to Dubai & what a difference I feel, Dubai is so much safer you can walk on the street anytime of the day or night without being paranoid, you can leave your bag on the street nobody will touch it & somebody will return it. Why? Simple, because of the goverment proactive meassures to name a few: they are serious in solving crime, they have good policy in ensuring who arrive on their land, that is only foreigners who are employed get to stay here, not foreigners who have no jobs wanting to find jobs.

In USJ alone, my left, right, front, on the same street, or neighbours behind had been victims of at least one type of crime, snatch thefts, car thefts, parang wielding robbers in the house, etc. My father's house in Melaka had been burglarised. My own car had been stolen. A relative was robbed at the car park & shot in the head. What on earth is going on?

Do you call that bad luck? How can that be bad luck for almost everybody? If that's bad luck, Malaysia must be full of people with bad luck!

It is so easy to solve crime in Malaysia as the modus operandi of each type of crime is so well recorded and reported in the media, one wonders what on earth is the police doing? You just have to wait at the traffic lights, the petrol station, the residential streets to nab snatch thieves, for example, chances are the same type of crime in the same area is committed by the same people. Ok, perhaps our dear policemen are indeed trying harder now, but they need the policy makers to do a better job (aka policy makers not doing enough), it's the whole system that need to be revamped.

We need more Sherlock Holmes to solve crimes, more Arnold to nab criminals as well as revamping of the entire system involving the authorities who decides on immigration policy, law enforcement, etc.

I dread to even return to Malaysia for holiday break even when Dubai is extremely hot in the summer. If I have to step my foot on Malaysia, I will have switch to extreme mode of survival - to be on 101% alert of my surrounding, to be suspicious of everybody, to continue driving even if I have all 4 tyres punctured!

Good Luck to you & me whenever in Malaysia. Being paranoid, KiaSi is the norm now.


KW, Dubai UAE

Now Teoh Beng Hock Who’s next?

From: Politikus
Date: Mon, 20 Jul 2009 11:19:51 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Tues, Jul 21 2009 2:19 am
Subject: Now Teoh Beng Hock, Who’s next?

Before long, all will be forgotten...? :-(

Who’s next?

JULY 20 — In October 2006, a 28-year-old woman died in gruesome
fashion. She was either shot in cold blood, and then had her remains
detonated with plastics explosives, or perhaps the Special Action
Force policemen found guilty of the Mongolian beauty's murder skipped
the shooting part.

But one of the most overlooked tragedies of Altantuya Shariibuu's
death was that it shook the nation due to her alleged links with Prime
Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, instead of the fact that a young
woman with her whole life ahead of her was executed by the very men
who are charged with keeping the peace in this country.

In October 2006, so intrigued by the possibility of a top-ranking
politician being party to a murder, Malaysians did not ask, "Who's

This despite another high-profile death linked to the police force in
2004. On April 16 that year, Francis Udayappan, then 23, went missing
from police custody and was fished out of the Klang River a month
later, minus his head.

The suspected petty thief's mother was even denied the right to bury
her son as police claimed that the body was not Udayappan. Only years
later was she allowed to bury whatever remained of her son and even
then, with no one ever having to take responsibility for the death.

In April 2004, so intrigued by the possibility of a mother not being
able to bury her own son, barely a man when he died, Malaysians did
not ask, "Who's next?"

Earlier this year, it was suspected car thief A. Kugan, who died at
age 22 in police custody, a case that is still in the midst of
investigation to this day.

Again, after a person just out of his teens appeared to be beaten to
death by policemen, Malaysians did not ask, "Who's next?"

These are just the highlights of a rather long reel if one includes
those above the age of 30.

The death of 30-year-old Teoh Beng Hock is the latest, and perhaps
most stunning episode in the series so far. It may be due to the fact
that as a political secretary to a Selangor executive councillor, he
has an actual political office. Or perhaps that his death was not in
fact linked to the police, Malaysia's favourite boo-boys.

Instead, it is the hitherto "toothless" Malaysian Anti-Corruption
Commission (MACC), ironically set up by former Prime Minister Tun
Abdullah Ahmad Badawi as part of a reform package to turn back the
tide of negative global perception towards the integrity of Malaysia.

But Teoh's death has further mired the nation in perceived

It is a death easily politicised. But this is not a time for anyone to
be scoring points.

The young men and women listed above, and many others, seemed to have
died pointlessly. Even freshly-drafted privates gunned down before
they fire their first bullets are at least given the dubious honour of
being nameless "heroes".

These young departed are not heroes, no matter how many protests and
rallies are held in their names. They did not die in the name of any
great cause, which perhaps adds to the tragedy.

Those in authority should not now add to the tragedy by thinking in
terms of "damage control". The damage has already been done. So now
let's fix it.

It is a time for contrition. It is a time to say that enough is

It is a time to finally ask, "Who's next?"

For the sake of Malaysia and young lives not yet lost, let the answer
be "No one."

From: CKSF
Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2009 17:26:22 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Wed, Jul 22 2009 8:26 am
Subject: Re: Now Teoh Beng Hock, Who’s next?

On Jul 21, 5:35 pm, Penang wrote:

> On Jul 20, 6:15 pm, CKSF wrote:

> > Just like hundreds before this case.

> > Where was the outrage when others before this case had died in
> > custody???

> It's okay, right?

> The outrage was misplaced, right?

No, the outrage is not misplaced, but shamefully selective.

ACA is afraid of Khir Toyo

From: wat_rights
Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2009 05:25:25 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Tues, Jul 21 2009 8:25 pm
Subject: Khir Toyo & Teoh Beng Hock death

The Anti Corruption Agency don't care about and didn't take action
regarding the luxurios house own by Khir Toyo even the public had
lodge the polis report, why ??

Very simple, MACC head are good friend of Khir Toyo.....ooopss, the
truth is hard to accept ....

Khir Toyo are very powerful man and close budy for some top rank

Since I had suspended for 1 year as MP of Selangor, I must show off
how increadible (or terrible) I am to all you PKR member what is the
influence I can create to revenge and teach all you PKR member a
lesson, as a sign of expell me from Dewan, again, very simple, "kill
the chicken to teach a monkey" ;)

I'll lodge a faulty report to my close body in MACC, and for sure MACC
will assist me and "co-operated" with me in more professional way
since I had "work with them" for so many years.

MACC will make a story and confiscated the computer from PKR office,
the "choosen one" who going to jump down from 14th
floor, .....bla..bla..bla.... as the hidden implication that the
mighty Khir should not be touch, if he didn't mean to be touch .....

Anyway, the "Malaysia Boleh" slogan keep cheering and foolling the
Malay people .....

May the force be with you....

From: Penang
Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2009 14:43:36 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Wed, Jul 22 2009 5:43 am
Subject: Re: Khir Toyo & Teoh Beng Hock death

Look, there is no hope left in this shit hole

Get the hell out before it's too late

Singapore Model to be caned after drinking beer

From: "Dr. Sir John Howard, AC, WSCMoF"
Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2009 22:12:27 +1000
Local: Tues, Jul 21 2009 8:12 pm
Subject: Singaporean Model to be caned after drinking beer

A RELIGOUS court in Malaysia has sentenced a tearful Singaporean Muslim model to
six strokes of the cane after she drank beer in a nightclub.

Kartika Sari Dewi Shukarno, 32, pleaded guilty to consuming alcohol at a hotel
nightclub in the eastern state of Pahang last year, the New Straits Times
newspaper reported.

"We feel the sentence is fair after going through the prosecution's argument and
since the rotan (cane) is provided for in the law," Pahang Sharia High Court
judge Abdul Rahman Yunus said, according to the paper.

"The rotan is aimed at making the accused repent and serves as a lesson to
Muslims," he added, also fining Kartika 5000 ringgit ($1730).

The model, who cried when the judgement was delivered, said she would appeal.

State religious officials could not be reached for comment on the case.

Malaysia, which has large Indian and Chinese minorities freely enjoying alcohol,
has a two-track legal system.

Civil courts operate alongside state-based sharia courts, which can try Muslims
for religious offences.

Prince sues Manohara for RM105m

From: "Ooglog"
Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2009 23:19:03 +0800
Local: Tues, Jul 21 2009 11:19 pm
Subject: Kelantan Prince sues Manohara for RM105m

Prince sues Manohara for RM105m

Kelantan Prince sues estranged wife and mother-in-law for RM105mil

KUALA LUMPUR: Tengku Temenggong of Kelantan Tengku Muhammad Fakhry Sultan
Ismail Petra is suing his estranged wife and her mother for RM105mil for

The prince was granted leave by the High Court at 11.05am yesterday to
commence legal proceedings against Cik Puan Temenggong Manohara Odelia Pinot
and her mother Daisy Fajarina whom he named as defendants.

High Court senior assistant registrar Safarudin Tambi granted the order in
his chambers after the prince's lawyer Mohd Haaziq Pillay applied for the

Legal right: Mohd Haaziq showing the press a copy of the leave application
in Kuala Lumpur Monday.
Mohd Haaziq filed a writ of summons for the leave application at 9.01am

In the writ, the plaintiff said it (the writ) was to be used to get the
court's permission as the defendants are out of jurisdiction.

Speaking to reporters, Mohd Haaziq said he had to get leave in order to
serve the writ to both defendants who were staying in Indonesia.

"The defendants have 21 days to file their statement of defence over the
defamation suit," he said, adding that his client filed the suit over all
slanderous words and statements made against him between April and June this

Mohd Haaziq said his team would take efforts to serve the papers to both
women through the Indonesian or Malaysian embassy.

"I was told that Manohara got a Malaysian lawyer acting for her on legal
matters. If they can accept the documents on their behalf, we will just pass
the documents," he added.

The plaintiff is seeking RM35mil each in aggravated, exemplary and
compensatory damages as well as costs, interest and other relief deemed fit
by the court.

He is also applying for an injunction to restrain the defendants from
further speaking and uttering similar words/statements against him.

In the statement of claim, Tengku Muhammad Fakhry said the defamatory words
widely printed and circulated online in Malaysia and Indonesia implied that
he was guilty of mistreating, sexually harassing, abducting and unlawfully
confining Manohara.

The allegations, he said, were baseless and meant to disparage him in the
eyes of the members of the royalty, the government and the public.

Due to this, he said he was forced to initiate legal proceedings to clear
his name.

On July 5, Tengku Muhammad Fakhry filed two applications against Manohara at
the Syariah High and Lower Courts in Kota Baru, demanding the return of
about RM1mil loan and that she be loyal to him.

According to the prince, the couple married on Aug 26, 2008 and stayed
together at Mahkota Palace in Kubang Kerian.

At the lower Syariah court, the prince claimed that he had issued an
ultimatum to Manohara on June 26, through the local media, to reconcile with
him by July 2.

He said Manohara was informed of this via the media but she failed to

He later asked the court to issue an order to reconcile or deem her to be

The case is set for mention on Aug 2.

(Nusyuz is the refusal of a wife to obey her husband in instances such as
wilfully distancing herself from her husband, leaving the house without
permission or refusing to relocate/stay with her husband without valid
reason(s) as prescribed under Islamic Laws.)

Manohara, 17, a former Indonesian teen model, fled from her husband on May
31 when they were in Singapore to visit the Sultan of Kelantan at the Mount
Elizabeth Hospital.

She returned to Jakarta after accusing the 31-year-old prince of abusing her
physically and sexually.

Najib to probe Teoh's death but not Altantuya

From: "The Cynic"
Date: Mon, 20 Jul 2009 21:17:01 +0800
Local: Mon, Jul 20 2009 9:17 pm
Subject: Re: Najib: Promise to find the truth, police probe will be thorough

All are equal under the law. Unfortunately, some are more equal! LOL

"Politikus" wrote in message

As thorough as the Altantunya probe? ;-p

Najib: Promise to find the truth, police probe will be thorough

KUALA LUMPUR: The police will thoroughly and professionally
investigate the death of Teoh Beng Hock to find out what actually
happened, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

He called on all quarters not to speculate or make statements, which
could confuse the public.

“The Government hopes the people will remain calm and patient. Let’s
leave it to the authorities to investigate,” Najib said in Medina

Teoh, 30, the political aide to Selangor executive councillor Ean Yong
Hian Wah, was found dead on the fifth floor of Plaza Masalam in Shah
Alam on Thursday after giving his statement to the Malaysian Anti-
Corruption Commission.

His body was found nine floors below the commission’s office on the
14th floor of the building at 1.30pm.

Najib also conveyed his condolences to Teoh’s family and fiancée Soh
Cher Wei, 28.

“I was deeply saddened when told of the incident. My sympathy goes out
to Teoh’s family and his fiancée,” he said.

Teoh was assisting the commission in investigations pertaining to
alleged misappropriation of allocations involving several Selangor
assemblymen. — Bernama

The ugly Malaysian drivers

From: "Ooglog"
Subject: The ugly Malaysian drivers

The accident involving the RapidKL bus plunge at Jalan Pantai, Kuala Lumpur,
is a reminder of the bad habits of motorists.

On any given day, I see cars cutting lanes abruptly with or without
signalling. The drivers of smaller vehicles seem to be more prone in doing
this, perhaps in an earlier life, they were on motorbikes, hence their
propensity of weaving in and out of lanes. Motorists overtake on the left
instead of on the right.

Motorists should not be allowed to change lanes within a prescribed distance
from a traffic light. Motorists do not keep a safe distance when driving or
when stopping. I am sure these are the rules in the Highway Code.

Motorists appear to be more oblivious of one-way traffic signs especially at
road lanes where shoplots/office units are located. This is dangerous as one
looks out for traffic in one direction and is often surprised by the
screeching of wheels or worse irate drivers coming from the opposite-wrong
end of the lanes.

It is more dangerous for pedestrians in these circumstances. Motorists do
not give way to pedestrians even at zebra crossings! On several occasions, I
had to thump the front of oncoming vehicles to make them stop at these
crossings. Divers swear with two fingers and hoot their cars in pathetic

It is quite insensible for motorists not to park their vehicles when they
drop their laundry or to get to an ATM or to have 'roti canai' and 'teh
tarik' at their favourite 'kedai'. This is despite the fact that there may
be parking bays.

I think it is very useful to have all radio stations set aside an hour or
two throughout the day to teach motorists traffic rules. Some stations have
done this. This should be in all languages. All schools should run road
safety campaigns and education. Children should be able to inform their
parents about responsible driving. Road safety pamphlets can be given out
periodically at petrol stations or by traffic police.

The PDRM and its road traffic police are federal officers. I live in a
Pakatan Rakyat-ruled state. I sincerely hope that the Pakatan government
explore the ways in improving the discipline and effectiveness of personnel
involved in maintaining road safety at state level.

There should be ways where Pakatan can explore ways of ensuring that the
federal machinery servicing the state will do better. Taxpayers in that
state contribute to the common salary system of these officers.

Cabinet to mull royal panel for Teoh's death

IPOH, July 18 — The Cabinet's next meeting will discuss the growing call for a Royal Commission of Inquiry into political secretary's Teoh Beng Hock's death that has sparked an outcry over enforcement agencies' interrogation techniques and perceived persecution of opposition parties.

Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said here the cabinet will study various views before making a decision.

As his regular practise, DAP strongman Lim Kit Siang yesterday called for a Royal Commission of Inquiry to investigate Teoh's death and it quickly found support from opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and politicians from across the divide.

NEP 'dead and buried 18 years ago'

The New Economic Policy had ended almost two decades ago, but we still speak confusingly about liberalising it, lamented Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah.

I think he is right. The NEP is now known as the Nepotic Economic Policies, where sons of former leaders are bestowed with corrupted wealth which most people (Malay, Chinese and Indian) can only dream about.

Najib adopts populist, minimalist approach

Formalities were kept to a bare minimum at the prime minister’s ‘100 days in power’ bash as Najib sent the unmistakable message that he wants to be known as a man of the people.

He is keeping confrontation to the minimal, to the extend that he is like running away from problems and issues that are popularly echoed by the oppositions.

And he is telling us all the good news, and now even giving out goodies like toll discount.

Let's hope he is sincere in his disposition.

Najib first 100 days more minuses than pluses - Dr M

Najib first 100 days - More minuses than pluses - Dr M

While Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak may be enjoying a high popularity rating as he celebrates 100 days in office, his well-known supporter and former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad brought the celebratory mood down a peg with an unfavourable assessment.

The former premier said that the prime minister scored more negatives than positives in his first 100 days in office and one good thing was that the new man ‘does not sleep on the job'


From: "oikia"
Date: Wed, 8 Jul 2009 12:20:33 +1000
Local: Wed, Jul 8 2009 10:20 am

So says our mamat tongkang. If that is true than it must follow many malay
politicians makan BABI and it must follow looking the other way all those
makan BABI are involved in RASUAH. Does he makan BABI? Many people I think,
thinks he does eat kerbau kaki pendek.

Death for Altantuya's murderers

From: "oikia"
Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2009 00:03:39 +1000
Local: Thurs, Jul 9 2009 10:03 pm
Subject: Death for Altantuya's murderers

Murderers are those that kill with a motive. If they kill without a motive,
they cannot be murderers. They can be mentally off their rockers or just
plainly mad. At most they should be confined to a mental institution. Now
can we get these people to plainly tell why they killed?
Incidently how did the Judge arrive at a guilty verdict for murder without a
motive? How did the proscecutor charge the accused for murder without
establishing a motive?

Strange country with a strange Judiciary that fails to adhere to the simple
tenets of LAW. It is more like the LAW of the JUNGLE

See how M'sia govt official "screw" their staff from behind

From: beng1 <>
Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2009 19:42:34 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Sat, Jul 11 2009 10:42 am
Subject: See how M'sia govt official "screw" their staff from behind

Have you ever wonder what these government officials do when they come
back to offices on their off days like public holiday or Sundays?

See how they "screw" their staff.

Kelantan’s demand oil royalty from taxpayers

Kelantan’s oil royalty demand has no basis in law – Rais
Yesterday, 9 July, 2009, 11:10:53 PM
KUALA LUMPUR, July 9 – The Kelantan state government’s demand for RM1 billion in oil royalty was made not according to the law, said Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.

“This is different from the oil royalty enjoyed by the Terengganu state government as it is disbursed on the goodwill of the federal government, not derived from the rights under the laws,” he told reporters after presenting the 1Malaysia songwriting competition commendation certificates here today.

Maths and Science: Dr M turns up the heat with online poll

Dr M turns up the heat with online poll

Displeased with the government's decision to scrap the language switch policy, it's architect Dr Mahathir Mohamad is seeking the public's opinion on the matter.

Why is malaysia helping N Korea sell weapons

From: "labour"
Date: Tue, 7 Jul 2009 05:48:57 -0700
Local: Tues, Jul 7 2009 8:48 pm
Subject: Why is malaysia helping N Korea sell weapons ???

July 6, Irrawaddy
N Korea using Malaysian bank for Burmese weapons deals: Yonhap - Arkar Moe

North Korea sought payment through a bank in Malaysia for a suspected
shipment of weapons to Burma being carried on a freighter tracked by the
US Navy, according to a source quoted by South Korea's Yonhap news agency.

Yonhap reported on Saturday that the source said a US envoy would visit
Malaysia this weekend to focus on ways to cut off the payment to North
Korean leader Kim Jong-il.

"Kim will have a hard time collecting his money," said the high-level

The revelation comes as the North Korean freighter Kang Nam 1 is
apparently returning home after being tracked by a US Navy destroyer that
suspected it of carrying cargo banned under UN Security Council Resolution
1874, which toughened sanctions imposed after North Korea conducted its
first nuclear test in 2006.

Philip Goldberg, the US coordinator for the implementation of the
resolution, which was passed on June 12 to punish North Korea for its May
25 nuclear test, is scheduled to arrive in Malaysia on Sunday. Goldberg is
in China ahead of his visit to Malaysia.

The White House said that US President Barack Obama discussed North Korea
and financial regulations with Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razakon by
phone late last month.

According to another source in Seoul, the Kang Nam 1 is believed to be
carrying small Soviet-era arms such as AK-47 rifles and RPG-7 anti-tank
launchers manufactured in North Korea.

Adm Gary Roughead, the chief of US Naval operations, told reporters on
Saturday that the Kang Nam 1 was being closely watched and is now in the
East China Sea.

"I believe we are seeing the effects of the UN Security Council
resolution," he said.

On Friday, South Korean news channel YTN quoted an unidentified diplomatic
official as saying that Burma requested that the Kang Nam 1 turn around.

The US State Department announced on Tuesday that it had frozen the US
assets of Namchongang Trading Corp and Iran-based Hong Kong Electronics to
curtail North Korea's ability to trade in missiles and nuclear materials.
Namchongang Trading Corp is allegedly connected to the Burmese arms

Najib passed 100 days test

Najib scores a pass with 65pc
Today, 7 July, 2009, 6 hours ago
KUALA LUMPUR, July 7 – When he entered office in early April, he owned one of the lowest approval ratings of any incoming Malaysian Prime Minister.

One hundred days later and after a slew of measures to reform the economy, Malaysians appear to be warming up to Datuk Seri Najib Razak, a latest survey by an independent polling house shows.

The poll by the Merdeka Centre shows that his approval rating is 65 per cent, a spike from the tepid 46 per cent in mid-May and 42 per cent just before he became the country’s sixth leader.

Kelantan prince sues Manohara for money and loyalty

Sunday, 5 July, 2009, 5:47:11 PM
KOTA BAHARU, July 5 — The Tengku Temenggong of Kelantan, Tengku Muhammad Fakhry Sultan Ismail Petra, today filed summonses in the Syariah Court here seeking for his estranged wife, Manohara Odelia Pinot of Indonesia, to be loyal to him as well as to return a RM972,750 debt.

The prince’s lawyers, Zainul Rijal Abu Bakar and Abdul Halim Bahari, filed both summonses at 11.50am at the Balai Islam here.

The summons for Manohara to be loyal was filed at the Syariah Lower Court under Section 8 (a) of the Syariah Court Civil Procedure (State of Kelantan) Enactment 2002 while the summons to claim the debt was filed at the Syariah High Court under the same enactment and section.

Miss Malaysia 2002 Leaked Sex Scandal

From: beng1 <>
Date: Sun, 5 Jul 2009 10:39:06 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Mon, Jul 6 2009 1:39 am
Subject: Breaking News: Miss Malaysia 2002 Leaked Sex Scandals

Karen Ang Lit Eit (32 year-old) is a Malaysian beauty queen and model.
She was a stewardess before winning Miss Malaysia 2002.

The pics are evidence of what she needed to do to get the Miss
malaysia crown. Get herself cummed all over the face by a judge!

Malaysia KFC chicken not safe to eat?

From: Monster
Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2009 18:57:33 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Thurs, Jun 25 2009 9:57 am
Subject: Re: are chicken safe to eat from KFC in your country ? ... Cambodia , Thailand , Malaysia , Singapore , China
A report from Taiwan TVBS for 22nd June 2009 ,

KFC in Taiwan only changes its cooking oil for frying KFC Chicken only
once every week , this is very damaging for your health , according to
Taiwan 's ministry of health .

by Taiwanese regulations , KFC should change its cooking oil which KFC
uses for frying KFC chicken , once every 6 hours.

the same Cooking Oil should not be used for more than 6 hours for frying chicken .

are your KFC chicken in your country safe to eat ?


McDonald changes their cooking once every 3 days .

so are the Italian fast food outlets

n Jun 22, 7:58 pm, hodges boyce wrote:
> I had a 2 piece meal from KFC Cameron Highlands which is double boiled meat!
> The breast portion was boiled in some broth before then it is deep fried and i
> had the honours. Talk about recycling meat!

> To answer your question, NO KFC here is not safe. Always go for food that is
> prepared before your eyes... say Japanese teppanyaki?

North Korea's link to Malaysian Banks

From: SpikeNib
Date: Sat, 4 Jul 2009 06:43:05 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Sat, Jul 4 2009 9:43 pm
Subject: CENSORED in Malaysia's whore papers?

N.K. using Malaysian bank to deal weapons with Myanmar

North Korea sought payment through a bank in Malaysia for its
suspected shipment of weapons to Myanmar that is being carried on a
freighter tracked by the U.S. Navy, a source said Saturday, according
to Yonhap News.

The visit by a U.S. envoy to Malaysia this weekend will focus on ways
to cut off the payment transaction for the cargo from the bank in
Malaysia to North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, the source said.

"Kim will have a hard time collecting his money," the high-level
source said, speaking strictly on condition of anonymity. The source
declined to identify the bank due to diplomatic concerns.

Philip Goldberg, the U.S. coordinator for the implementation of a U.N.
Security Council resolution that punishes North Korea for its May 25
nuclear test, is scheduled to arrive in Malaysia on Sunday.

The visit comes after the White House said late last month that U.S.
President Barack Obama discussed North Korea and financial regulations
with Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak on by phone.

It also comes as North Korea's Kang Nam freighter is apparently
returning home after being tracked by a U.S. Navy destroyer that
suspects it is carrying cargo banned under the resolution.

Resolution 1874, which reinforced sanctions that were imposed after
North Korea conducted its first nuclear test in 2006, bans Pyongyang
from exporting any type of weapons -- light or heavy.

According to another source in Seoul, the Kang Nam is believed to be
carrying small Soviet-era arms such as AK-47 rifles and RPG-7 anti-
tank launchers.

AK-47s and RPG-7s are two of the most widely traded Soviet-era weapon
types that North Korea is capable of producing on its own.

"Kim appears to have received earnest money for the shipment, but it
is a small sum compared to the payment held up in Malaysia," the
source said.

Malaysia in major liberalisation drive

From: (Polar Bear)
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 13:33:43 GMT
Local: Tues, Jun 30 2009 9:33 pm
Subject: Malaysia in major liberalisation drive

Malaysia in major liberalisation drive

By John Burton in Kuala Lumpur
Published: June 30 2009 07:06 | Last updated: June 30 2009 07:06

Malaysia announced on Tuesday extensive economic liberalisation measures to
attract foreign investments, including changes to its long-standing policy of
giving preferential treatment in business to the country’s ethnic Malay

The relaxation of controls on foreign investment would also curb the powers of
the Foreign Investment Committee, which has been blamed for discouraging foreign
investments with its lengthy approval process.

Yudhoyono sets scene for second term - Jun-29

Asia warned of growing poverty - Jun-28
”The world is changing quickly and we must be ready to change with it or risk
being left behind,” said Najib Razak, the prime minister, as he unveiled the
reforms at an investment conference in Kuala Lumpur.

The most significant move was to change a requirement that ethnic Malay
investors must hold a combined 30 per cent stake in listed companies. For
newly-listed companies, the quota would be cut to 12.5 per cent and could be
further reduced if companies later issue more shares. Foreign companies seeking
a listing on the Kuala Lumpur stock exchange are not subject to the quota

Since coming to power in April, Mr Najib has sought to ease the pro-Malay
economic policy that was introduced by his father as prime minister in the early
1970s. This approach is seen as a move to win back the support of the country’s
disaffected ethnic Chinese and Indian minorities who view the policy as
discriminatory and voted for a resurgent opposition in elections last year that
cut government’s parliamentary majority drastically.

Among other measures introduced on Tuesday, Malaysia will allow foreign
investors to own 70 per cent of local stock brokerages, up from a current 49 per
cent limit. This follows a recent easing of foreign ownership limits for
insurance companies.

But foreign investors will still be limited to minority stakes in banks,
telecommunications and energy companies, which are regarded as ”strategic

The measures could provoke a backlash among the ethnic Malay population that
have benefited from the so-called ”bumiputra,” or sons of the soil, policy.

But Mr Najib said the ”best and most efficient” ethnic Malay-owned companies
would still be able to enjoy government support through a new M$10bn
state-controlled investment fund.

Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2009

From: "oikia"
Date: Wed, 1 Jul 2009 09:45:44 +1000
Local: Wed, Jul 1 2009 7:45 am
Subject: Re: Malaysia in major liberalisation drive

What the Malays say is one thing. What they do is another. Ketuanan Melayu
will continue. Nobody will believe them after fifty years of
discriminations. They have been having it too good for too long. The silver
spoon up their arses have been lodge there a long time and any attempt to
dislodge it will be trumatic and it will not take much to get them to run
amok again. this time around when that occurs, the country will not be
liveable for everyone even malays. There will be no end to civil strive and
noone will benefit.

corruption in Malaysia

From: ""
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 21:56:17 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Tues, Jun 30 2009 12:56 pm
Subject: Re: corruption in Malaysia

Malaysia Boleh ,

Malays will always prefer Corruptions than business.

n Jun 30, 10:33 am, "oikia" wrote:
> Since Singapore has been quite successful in eradicating corruption in their
> civil sector, can all of you help with your ideas how your government did
> it? The Government of Malaysia still are not aware of the level of
> corruption thriving amongst their servants. May be some of you singaporeans
> can share with us your experience when you visited malaysia a country