Saturday, June 21, 2008

The Bolehland Breaking News: Raja Petra - The Malaysian Version of Braveheart

It's shocking and I'm totally gobsmacked by Raja Petra's bravery. May God protect Yang Mulia RPK now. I am worried for him.

Raja Petra: 'Rosmah at murder scene'
In his latest bombshell, Raja Petra accused Rosmah as among three individuals who were present when Altantuya was murdered on Oct 19, 2006.

"I have been reliably informed that between about 10pm on October 19, 2006 and early hours of the following day, the night Altantuya Shaariibuu was murdered, three other people were also present at the scene of crime," he said, according to his two-page statutory declaration.

He named the two other individuals as one acting colonel Aziz Buyong, who is described as ‘a C4 expert’ and the latter’s wife, known only as Norhayati, who is also said to be Rosmah’s aide de camp.

"My informer states that Aziz was the person who placed the C4 on various parts of Altantuya’s body witnessed by Rosmah and Norhayati," Raja Petra claimed in the document.

"I make this statutory declaration because I have been reliably informed about the involvement of these three people who have thus far not been implicated in the murder nor called as witnesses by the prosecution in the ongoing trial at the Shah Alam High Court.

He further alleged that he has also been ‘reliably informed’ that Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi knows of Najib's (right) wife alleged involvement.

"[...] Abdullah has received a written report from military intelligence confirming what I have revealed and this report was subsequently handed over to his son-in-law Khairy Jamaluddin for safekeeping," he said.

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We ain't supporting but we ain't leaving. Blow me, motherfucker? :)

A smart political move by SAPP or what?
Datuk Yong Teck Lee said that while his party has not decided to leave the coalition, the BN supreme council, which met yesterday in Kuala Lumpur, had more or less kicked the party out from the coalition.

"We are prepared for any consequences (arising from our actions)," he told a packed media conference at Sapp headquarters.

The party supreme council endorses its president's call for a vote of no confidence against Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

The BolehJokes humors:

Which two, DSAI? SAPP's flamboyant MPs? Cool.

Anwar: 2 are in the bag, more to come

Anwar Ibrahim tonight invited Barisan Nasional members of parliament to defect to his Pakatan Rakyat to "save Malaysia".

He also sent the crowd into frenzy by stating that he had already enticed two MPs from BN into Pakatan.

"Two have joined us," he said. While he did not reveal the identities of the two MPs, it is widely believed that he was referring to the two Sabah Progressive Party (Sapp) MPs.

The BolehJokes humor:

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

The Bolehland Breaking News: Sapp MPs to move no-confidence vote

(malaysiakini) Sabah Progressive Party (Sapp) today announced that it would move a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi when Parliament resumes on Monday. It is the first time in the history of the nation that a vote of no-confidence is to be moved against a prime minister.

"In the coming sitting of the Parliament session starting Monday, June 23, our MPs will support a vote of no confidence on the PM.

"Whether the motion will be tabled by our party MP or another MP will be decided in due course," said a press statement released today.

Chua (right), who was present a party's 40-minute press conference in Kota Kinabalu, gave four reasons for backing the no-confidence vote. They are:

  • No concrete actions have been taken on the issue of illegal immigrants in Sabah. "Our sovereignty is threatened," said Chua.
  • Sabah, being the poorest state, is greatly burdened by the sharp hike in petrol prices. The government has failed to provide "holistic economic solutions".
  • Sapp MPs would fail in their role as elected representatives as issues raised such as poor delivery systems, corruption, wastage of resources, lack of transparency and no sense of accountability are ignored.
  • People have lost confidence in the leadership of Abdullah. Sapp is of the opinion that if the top leadership can't perform, then Abdullah should make way for other able leader to take over.

Party president Yong Teck Lee said Sapp would not immediately quit the coalition led by Abdullah, but that its status would be reviewed at the end of the week.
He attacked BN's record in the impoverished state, saying that it had been subjected to unfair laws and excessive taxes.

"That is why we need an immediate declaration of no confidence in the PM and the government, to tell the BN government that we can no longer tolerate their insensitive attitude towards the Sabah issues that are real and serious," he said in the press conference held at the party headquarters at 2pm.

The Bolehland Daily: BN exodus to begin tomorrow?

(Malaysiakini) Speculations are rife that a Barisan Nasional component party will be making an important announcement tomorrow that would leave Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's government hanging in a balance.

Sources told Malaysiakini tonight that the announcement by the Sabah Progressive Party (Sapp) tomorrow will "lead to a drastic change of the political scenario in Malaysia".

However the sources refused to reveal if the party would leave the 14-member BN coalition and join Anwar Ibrahim-led Pakatan Rakyat.A party official confirmed that Sapp leadership will be making an important announcement tomorrow at a press conference to be held in Kota Kinabalu.

"You'll find out about it at the news conference," he said when pressed for more details. He also stressed that the party's decision was made with the "state's and people's interest" in mind. And all that he was willing to divulge was that his party was not the only one who would be making the "shocking move".

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:
Najis: We deny this. We've spoken to everyone. Everyone "seems to be committed" :)
MCA (Saliva picking gang): We also deny. :)
Bootlicking boy Ong La Chuan: I am in further denial :)

After more than 50 years, a change is imminent. Should a change come, we are taking a big step towards a 2-party system. Dont get BolehJokes wrong. Although we are very critical of the Government at the present moment, we strongly believe in 2-party system. No one side should be too strong for the other. A balance will ensure both side work hard for the nation. BN must remain relevant but must revamp into a single entity, change their style of management or drop all the old guns and bring in the young bloods and more importantly work hard for the interest of the people. God bless Bolehland.

Monday, June 16, 2008

The Bolehland Breaking News: Anwar: MCA MPs will defect to Pakatan

(malaysiakini) PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim has dropped the clearest hint yet of impending crossovers to Pakatan Rakyat. “I can safely say that several MCA MPs will join us soon,” he told journalists yesterday, after opening a service centre in Bayan Baru, Penang.

However, as with previous assertions of the same variety, that was all he was prepared to reveal. Anwar has been keeping the public on tenterhooks since the general election on March 8, with repeated claims of crossovers by Barisan Nasional (BN) parliamentarians, especially those in Sabah.

He said that discreet meetings have been held in Hong Kong, Manila and Singapore, to avoid scrutiny, and that “even a cabinet minister met me”.

At a rally held last night in City Stadium, George Town, the former deputy premier worked up the crowd with similar promises.

“It’s about time that we take over. It’s only a matter of time for us to take over. We are so close to Putrajaya,” he said to roars from some 30,000 people.

“It’s very soon. I will not say how (soon). But it will happen soon.”

He stressed that defecting MPs would have to accept the Pakatan tenets of good governance.
Anwar used the rally to obtain a ‘referendum’ on replacing the federal BN government and taking over as premier from Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

He and other Pakatan speakers exploited the escalating cost of living triggered by the fuel price hike, to bombard the BN government and raise the tempo of a disenchanted crowd.

“I can guarantee you all today that if Pakatan Rakyat were to form the federal government today, we will bring down the oil price tomorrow,” said Anwar.

YEAH!!!!!!!! Way to go DSAI but hurry up!

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