Sunday, October 25, 2015


Rajina Dhillon

Speaking on the jump made by Umno member Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah to PKR, Umno veteran Tan Sri Sanusi Junid says there were weird characters in the party every now and then, but these personalities, although damaging to Umno, did not represent Umno.

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 15, 2015:

Leaving the party was not the right move by someone who was “irritated” by the policies or acts of certain personalities in Umno, said party veteran Tan Sri Sanusi Junid.

Speaking on the jump made by Umno member Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah to PKR, Sanusi said there were “weird characters” in the party every now and then, but these personalities, although damaging to Umno, did not represent Umno.

“A genuine Umno member, like me, will try to correct the mistakes done by so-called Umno members instead of joining the opposition parties whose aim is to topple Umno and BN.

“I don’t personally know who Saifuddin is except for what little I read in the media.

“He must have joined Umno rather late and has never really gone through the mill, as I had, and fail to understand what Umno stands for,” he said in a text message to The Rakyat Post when contacted.

Former Umno and PKR member Datuk Zaid Ibrahim, on the other hand, said any Umno member who “left” Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was making the right move.

“He (Saifuddin) has years of experience in politics and so should be able to deal with opposition politics, which can be tough,” said the former Law Minister when contacted.

Rumours of Saifuddin’s jump from Umno became reality when PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail announced the move at a press conference today.

Speaking at the announcement, Saifuddin said his differences with Umno and Barisan Nasional (BN) prompted his move to jump ship to PKR.

He explained that he had clear objectives in politics that were to fight for political change and institutional reforms, two aspects that he “failed” to see achievable within Umno.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015


Sidang Media Bersama Tun Mahathir Mohamad dan Rakan-Rakan
Yayasan Kepimpinan Perdana
12hb Oktober 2015

P.S.: Video ini saya ambil daripada blog Saudara Minaq Jinggo dalam masukan beliau bertajuk "(FULL & UNCENSORED) Sidang Media Tun Mahathir dan Rakan-Raka".



Terlebih dahulu izinkan saya mengucapkan berbanyak terima kasih kepada semua ahli keluarga, saudara mara, sahabat, jiran, serta anak Malaysia yang bencikan kemungkaran, yang tidak berhenti-henti memberikan galakan serta mendoakan keselamatan diri saya serta keluarga. Saya amat terhutang budi. Sesungguhnya galakan dan doa-doa suci inilah yang memberikan saya kekuatan dan keberanian untuk terus memerangi kemungkaran. Saya juga amat terhutang budi kepada pihak media kerana telah sudi memberikan ruang untuk menyiarkan rintihan hati kecil saya ini untuk tatapan rakyat Malaysia yang berasa amat terguris hati, marah, kecewa, hampa, geram serta terhimpit dengan "tingkahlaku tidak bertanggungjawab" pemimpin-pemimpin kerajaan sejak kebelakangan ini.

Sesungguhnya keputusan yang saya ambil untuk menulis SURAT TERBUKA KEPADA KERAJAAN ini adalah keputusan saya sendiri tanpa disogok atau dibatu-apikan oleh mana2 individu atau organisasi yang berkepentingan. Saya bertindak atas sifat sebagai seorang pegawai kerajaan yang TERANIAYA, disebabkan oleh pendirian saya tidak mahu bersekongkol dengan pihak yang secara terang-terangan telah melakukan kesalahan besar kepada negara.




Our country has many lawyers.
We have the judges, the advocates and the solicitors.
I am not a lawyer.

As a former banker I studied 'Law of Banking' which does not qualify me to be a lawyer.

In 1963, after knowing that I was offered a scholarship for a degree that I was not interested in, I left school and went to the Ipoh golf course on a Wednesday morning and looked for an opportunity to be a caddy for one of the week-day golfers.

The golfer happened to be Mr. Charles McGregor the regional manager of The Chartered Bank in Ipoh.

Charles asked me as to the reason that I was not in school as it was not a weekend and also not a public holiday.

I replied that I was on the golf course, and not in the classroom, for the same reason that he was not in the office on a Wednesday morning when he should be in his office and it was not a public holiday.

He was happy with my reply and asked me whether I would like to be a banker.

When asked, he defined a banker as a man who studies law but not enough to become a lawyer, studies economics but not enough to be an economist and studies accountancy but not enough to be an accountant.

I said that I am not interested in having 'not enough' education in any subject. But I was inquisitive as to what a banker does.

When Charles said that a banker deals in 'MONEY' my eyes opened up and I said, 'Yes, I am interested in having money.' After all that was the reason I worked as a part-time caddy as I need money to support myself.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

RAKYAT POST - 3/10/15: Malaysia finally wins

Former Kedah MB says Indonesia is crying as it lost top spot in corruption to Malaysia

Nawar Firdaws
Umno veteran leader Tan Sri Sanusi Junid says MCA is afraid of Datuk Jamal Md Yunos , the frontman of the red shirt rally, as the latter has become an Umno warrior. He says Jamal became popular not because of his contributionsbut because he organised the red shirt rally and gained popularity when DAP leaders slammed him for it.

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 3, 2015:

Malaysia is finally a champion at something — corruption — taking over the spot from Indonesia, said Umno veteran leader Tan Sri Sanusi Junid in jest.

“The Indonesians are crying because they have lost to us, but not in badminton.

“It is because we now win in the category of corruption, becoming more corrupt than them as we are among the top 10 most corrupt countries,” said the former minister and Kedah Menteri Besar, who was speaking at a hi-tea organised by Pusat Bandar Taman Cempaka Umno branch today.

The event, which was held in DePalma hotel in Ampang, also saw former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad attending.

Sanusi, known for injecting humour into his speeches, while speaking on the level of corruption in Malaysia, warned the Malays that unless the situation was rectified, the community would become “bangsat” (despicable) and as a result, Umno would lose in the next general election.

He then turned his attention to the Sept 16 red shirt rally, touching on Umno’s Datuk Jamal Md Yunos’ statement on the Chinese having an option to return to China should something happen to them.

Jamal, who is the Sungai Besar division chief, had a few days ago also said the Malays only had Malaysia.
Sanusi then said that MCA leaders were now afraid to reprimand Jamal as he is a “pendekar Umno” (Umno warrior).

“Jamal became popular not because of his contributions, but because he organised the red shirt rally and gained popularity when DAP leaders slammed him for it.

“Jamal’s supporters talked about having a red shirt rally in Kajang, but the Umno secretary-general, who joined Jamal on Sept 16, didn’t support it,” he said alluding to Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor.

“When Umno doesn’t agree, the red rally did not take place. So when it does, who agreed?” he asked. The crowd replied: “Umno.”

The red shirt rally, which was also known as Himpunan Kebangkitan Rakyat and Himpunan Maruah Melayu, was organised to counter the Aug 29-30 Bersih 4 rally.

Many detractors of the red shirt rally had taken issue with the racial slant the gathering adopted, which saw slurs directed at non-Malays.

MALAY MAIL - 3/10/2015: Donation from China

Umno can’t complain if Beijing ‘donates’ to Chinese parties here, former minister says


Saturday October 3, 2015 

Tan Sri Sanusi Junid delivering his speech at Pusat Bandar Taman Cempaka during a high-tea event with Umno members in Ampang, October 3, 2015. — Picture by Yusof Mat IsaKUALA LUMPUR, Oct 3 — 
Umno is in no position to complain if China were to consider making “donations” to Malaysian Chinese parties out to challenge the Barisan Nasional lynchpin’s dominance as the Malay party itself is the alleged recipient of such aid, former minister Tan Sri Sanusi Junid said today.

The Umno veteran said he would not be surprised if the Chinese government decides to back Chinese parties here, especially after the perceived slight against the country’s ethnic Chinese by Sungai Besar Umno division chief Datuk Jamal Md Yunos in recent weeks.

“The Chinese ambassador was unhappy with Jamal’s statement telling the Chinese to go back to China,” he said in his speech at a high-tea talk with Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad organised by the Pusat Bandar Taman Cempaka Umno branch here.

“Don’t be surprised if they deposit ‘donations’ into the accounts of Chinese party leaders to go against Umno Malays, when we set the example for such donations,” he  added.

Sanusi did not make any direct reference, but was likely referring to the RM2.6 billion donation from the Middle East deposited into Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s private bank accounts.

Najib has been implicated in corruption investigations into state-owned investment fund 1 Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) after US-based Wall Street Journal reported in July some US$700 million was funnelled through several government entities into the prime minister’s personal bank accounts two months before the tumultuous May 5, 2013 general elections.

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission has since announced that the money deposited into Najib’s accounts was a donation from a Middle Eastern source.

The prime minister has also denied using any public money, including from 1MDB for personal benefit, though questions have mounted over the source and purpose of the funds.

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