Malaysians are now moving forward to choose leaders wisely. But how wise are Malaysians?
The MACC and Police must bring justice against corrupted BN leaders and also PR leaders. Sadly today, justice can only be served against Barisan Nasional, no longer against Pakatan Rakyat.
Read this : Malaysian laws are lopsided (APOMM)
As I was browsing through some old articles, I came across a few interesting ones which I hope someone in Malaysia will care to report or investigate on.
Nallakaruppan Receives SMS Threats
- received more than 10 SMS threats demanding that he leave Permatang Pauh.
- some men carrying Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) flags came to his Seberang Jaya operations room and threatened two of his workers there.
- alleged that Anwar had received money totalling RM60 million from gaming operator Magnum Corporation Bhd.
- "Anwar personally received the money from me. I don't know what he did with it but he twisted it around and accused me of taking the money," he said.
- "I made mistakes before and as such I ask for forgiveness for having followed Anwar," he said, adding that it came as no surprise to him to hear all kinds of allegations about Anwar as he had known who he really was for 30-odd years.
- "After his tennis sessions with me I know where he went, that is why I am not shocked," he said.
- He added that he had kept five tape recordings abroad and if anything were to happen to him, they would be exposed.
Pardon me for my memory. Where were the pro Pakatan bloggers or the lawyers in DAP when Nalla faced "harassment" like that?
Pro-Pakatan bloggers and the alternative media were so busy campaigning for Anwar but they still had time to slam Nalla, not the actions of those who harassed him.
I am sorry that the incident happened to Karpal Singh. I hope Selangor UMNO Youth leaders will act with greater level of maturity and responsibility in future.
The difference between these leaders who swarmed Karpal and the UMNO leaders like Dr M, Muhkriz, Hishamuddin, Rais Yatim, Muhyiddin and Shabeery is clear.
Anyway, shouldn't MACC, Securities Commission, and the PDRM launch an investigation into the alleged RM 60 million given to Anwar Ibrahim from Magnum Corporation's funds?
I remember this being brought up in a trial in Court after Anwar's sacking in 1997/98. But I am not sure what result came out from the investigations.
The last time I read something on this, it seems that at that time Nalla claimed no such thing happened.
If I am not mistaken, Magnum is a public listed company and shareholders have a right to know if that was true (the RM 60 mil payout to Anwar) and what happened to the RM 60 million?
RM 60 million is not a small sum, you know?
If there were any news articles I missed out which concluded the case, please let me know.
Maybe it is wise we don't investigate this matter. Malaysians should support a corrupted leader and former abuse of power convict to be the new Prime Minister of Malaysia.
The next time you cross to vote, vote for a corrupted leader and former abuse of power convict.
We need a leader like him to bring democracy, growth and development to Malaysia.