Showing posts from September, 2014

Alvin Tan: M’sian leaders are cowards

Alvin Tan: M’sian leaders are cowards and Nazis  | September 26, 2014 Controversial sex blogger Alvin Tan breaks his silence and challenges Umno to take action against him. PETALING JAYA: Controversial sex blogger Alvin Tan, currently on the run from the authorities, has posted a slew of insulting remarks about Malaysia’s top leaders. Among them were Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, Home Minister Zahid Hamidi, Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar and Attorney-General (AG) Abdul Gani Patail. In his Facebook page he defended his right to express himself freely, Tan said, “I’ll say whatever I damn well please.” While likening Khalid to the Nazi SS Head Heinrich Himmler, Tan referred to Najib as a coward for allowing the sedition spree to take place “just to cling on top”. He also described Zahid as the “closest thing to true evil”, and the AG as the “biggest conspirator” in all prosecutions. Along with the insults, Tan posted a challenge to Umno that read, “So what …

Khalid was a wronged man, says Sultan of Selangor

Khalid was a wronged man, says Sultan of Selangor in surprising speechBY SHAZWAN MUSTAFA KAMALSEPTEMBER 26, 2014 TOOLS Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah (centre) poses for a picture with the new Selangor 10-man executive council (exco) line-up at Istana Alam Shah in Klang, September 26, 2014. The Sultan made an unusual step by publicly stating his regard for Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim today. — Picture by Yusof Mat IsaKLANG, Sept 26 — The Sultan of Selangor took the unusual step of publicly stating his regard for Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, the former state mentri besar at the centre of a prolonged leadership crisis this year, saying that the man was the victim of smear campaigning by his own party, PKR. Using his speech to attack Pakatan Rakyat, the Sultan said Khalid had executed the duties of a mentri besar “successfully and perfectly” and that the leadership crisis was triggered by Pakatan  Rakyat’s plans to oust Khalid  by engineering a by-election in Kajang to allow  de facto opposition leade…