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The 10 Expensive Mistakes That You May Not Know

People make mistakes and some of them could be very costly. Some knew of the consequences but still the sex pleasures overrule everything. Many don’t really care because it was the public money. Some tried to cover their mistake but it got worsen and the hole got bigger. And of course some thought things can’t […]

... written on Apr 29 2011

Min RM27 Million Rip-Off From Tricubes Email Project?

Khairun Bin Zainal Mokhtar, CEO and biggest single shareholder of Tricubes Berhad (KLSE: TCUBES, stock-code 0062) disposed 20,000 shares and transferred 2,000.000 shares to his wife, Zalianna Binti Mohd Zaman Khan, according to the latest changes in shareholders received by Bursa Malaysia on 14 Feb 2011. Effectively Khairun’s direct shares reduced to 38,690,734 or 29.31%. […]

... written on Apr 27 2011

Tricubes Email Service – How To Recoup RM50 Million?

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak should be extra sensitive and cautious in rushing to promote his pet-initiative Economic Transformation Programme (ETP). Just like his predecessor Abdullah Badawi who was so obsessed with multiple Corridor propagada until he was himself shown the corridor’s exit, it seems Najib is equally obsessed with ETP, an initiative which was supposed […]

... written on Apr 21 2011

Cyber Attacks On Malaysiakini – 5 Things To Do

Malaysiakini.com, the second most visited news website by more than 17 million internet users in Malaysia was down from 11 am yesterday, thanks to cyber attacks. The website technical team believed the inaccessible was due to denial-of-service or DOS attack. Malaysiakini said both their servers which were hosted locally at two data-centres – TM Brickfields […]

... written on Apr 13 2011

Nuclear Plants – Balancing Corruptions And Risks

Sometimes it’s super dangerous to have politicians who couldn’t care less about human lives as long as they can make some millions (through corruption) at their backyards. It’s one thing that your country couldn’t generate enough power to need demands but it’s another thing if you’re toying with the idea of nuclear plants when you’ve […]

... written on Apr 05 2011

Senile Old Man Talks Crap Because Of Revolution?

First, the old man claimed he has been mistaken as the bad guy for launching the infamous “Operasi Lalang” – crackdown using Internal Security Act (ISA) in 1987 which saw 106 people, mostly opposition politicians, arrested. The old dictator, Mahathir Mohamad, conveniently blames the police over the crackdown. He’s the good guy and it was […]

... written on Feb 19 2011

Marcos, Mubarak & Mahathir – Who’s The Richest Man?

The mounting pressure from 18 days of historic protests finally drove Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak from office, after 30-years as his nation’s iron-fisted ruler. But the dictator should not shed a single drop of tear because the fortune he amassed is more than enough to finance his retirement comfortably. It would be nice and jaw-dropping […]

... written on Feb 14 2011

Corruption Can Become Day-Light Robbery If …

Singapore economy was reportedly to have expanded by a whopping 14.7% against Ministry of Trade and Industry’s (MTI) growth forecast of 15%, making the country the fastest-growing economy in the world after Qatar, according to IMF (International Monetary Fund). While Singapore is enjoying vibrant economic growth, its nearest neighbour Malaysia is struggling to keep the […]

... written on Jan 03 2011

ETP – Wishful Thinking Against Reality Hidden from You

Malaysia’s economy is set to skyrocket to a super-impressive level in just another 10-year, thanks to an economic road map involving investments of about US$444 billion (RM1.3 trillion) to power the country towards becoming a high income economy by 2020, provided you believe this is not another Mother of all Slogans gimmick to create feel-good […]

... written on Sep 23 2010

The Return of Daim Zainuddin’s Monopoly Game

If there’s an award for the best dressed wolf in sheep’s skin, you can be sure of only one winner – Tun Daim Zainuddin. The former finance minister is perhaps the politician former Prime Minister Mahathir least has to worry simply because Daim was not an ambitious politician. Daim loves money and young women more […]

... written on Sep 20 2010









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