30 July 2008


  • Police Officer Musa Hassan, who was the lead investigating officer, and Abdul Ghani Patail, who was the lead prosecutor, will be charge in court with fabricating evidence against AI in 1998.
  • Former PM Mahathir Mohamed and cronies will be charge in court for manipulating and corrupting the judicial sytem as exposed by the Royal Commission in March 2008.
  • Former PM Abdullah Badawi and cronies will be ask to explain their involvement in the expenditure of Terengganu's Rm5 billion Duit Ehsan.
  • Special investigations on Former Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak and his close friend Abdul Razak Baginda that engineered a contract which netted Baginda’s company US$111 million in fees. Najib and his wife, Rosmah Mansor, have been pursued by allegations that they may be linked to the gruesome murder of Altantuya Shaariibuu, a 28-year-old Mongolian woman who was the translator on the deal and allegedly the lover of both men.
Will they let Anwar wrest control of the government easily? Nay. They will fight tooth and nail, as too much is at stake. What we are seeing now is the political ploy by Anwar's enemies to kill him off permanently.

What if by God's grace, Anwar becomes PM? Will he be magnanimous in victory, and let bygone's be bygone's. Will he say 'Let's forgive and forget' or 'I will forgive but I will not forget' again?.

Will he be big at heart and forge a united Malaysia?

The answer will yield itself in the next few months. Hold on to your seat as times are getting rougher by the day.

May, whoever is victorious, brings prosperity and solidarity in Malaysia.

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