Monthly Archives: December 2014

More than 25 eminent Malays likely

Twenty-five eminent Malays stood up and spoke. MyMalayBlogger believes there are more. In fact, surely more from the social conversations among the wider thinking among us. BUT here are the thoughts of the 25 recently published. Here is what they have said – WE, a group of concerned citizens of Malaysia, would like to express […]

December 15

Keeping silent not an option for 1MDB

1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), Malaysia’s second sovereign wealth fund after Khazanah Nasional Bhd, has been at the centre of a major controversy in respect to the fund’s massive debts, dubious asset deals, and clandestineness over its transactions. It seemed strange why its experienced chairman, board and management, held a cloak of secrecy on its activities. […]

December 13

UMNO Batu Kawan leader lodges police report against 1MDB

While the UMNO assembly can be considered an internal party affair, in reality, the nation considers it more than just an UMNO matter but a matter that affects the entire nation. In short, issues raised are not just the concern of the Malays but Malaysians as a whole. Apart from the opposition, which has described […]

December 10

WHAT! Price of Money Logging book up by 126%

Money Logging, the notorious book by Bruno Manser Fund director Lukas Straumann, has shot up more than twice fold. The book which was originally retailed at Kinokuniya for RM50-00 (see below) is now RM113-34 (see above), up by a whopping 126.68%. Like WHAT!! This is outrageously outrageous. The book is not cast in gold. But […]

December 08

Public Bank employees pried into Salleh’s bank accounts

KUALA LUMPUR — The High Court at Kuala Lumpur before Justice Datuk John Louis O’Hara today heard that aside from a bank clerk from the Jinjang branch, four other bank employees from unrelated divisions at Public Bank Berhad had at about the same time snooped into the private bank accounts of National Feedlot Corporation Sdn […]

December 07

Forged evidence linked to NGO

So, as the reader may already guess, we are unimpressed with the antics of Sarawak Report, Bruno Manser Fund and Global Witness. This is not because we want to deflate the debate on the future of Sarawak, because this debate has huge implications for Malaysia, and the choices are not straightforward. And it is hard […]

December 06

Marks & Spencer is anti palm oil

In the winter of 2010 on a visit to London, this tall standee greeted me as I walked into the food hall of British giant retailer Marks & Spencer. The copy on the standee was clear evidence that this establishment of Jewish heritage had joined the ranks of the American anti palm oil champions to […]