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Anwar And Opposition Are Worried – Mahathir Is Back

While former PM Mahathir was worried about nothing else but his UMNO’s lavish partying, the latest being the RM250 million NFC scandal, which is driving the party into self-destruction through internal sabotage, the opposition parties are equally worried about something else. Mahathir had left his “101 Smart Corruption for the Dummies” to his successors but […]

... written on Dec 15 2011

Madinat Al Hareer, Kuwait’s City of Silk at $132 Billion

Dubai is dead, with most of its high-rise buildings and property in static mode, thanks to its own subprime crisis which has yet to recover. There won’t be any new building coming up because the city is already bloated with spaces with no takers. However that doesn’t stop its neighbours from doing so on their […]

... written on Dec 08 2011

World’s First Android Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet At $99

Dell has announced the death of the company’s Android tablet – the Streak 7 is no longer available. It’s not surprising that Dell, the first major company to introduce a tablet to compete with Apple’s iPad, is quitting the tablet market. While Apple’s iPhone is having a tough competition with Android smartphones, the same cannot […]

... written on Dec 06 2011

Mahathir And His 3M Team Are Worried And Here’s Why

It’s been 50 years since a U.S. Secretary of State stepped foot in Myanmar, now shattered and isolated after decades of military rule. Hillary Clinton’s upcoming visit to  the country, which was formerly known as Burma, is something many never expected to see especially after years of paranoid authoritarianism and Soviet-style economic management under military […]

... written on Dec 01 2011

Reason Why Oil-Rich Kingdoms Scare Of Uprising

Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah, was once the richest person on the planet earth and his wealth was legendary. It was estimated that he earned about 90 euros every second. He had at least 3,000 to 6,000 cars and spent well over US$4 billion in high-performance cars. Guinness World Records even stated that […]

... written on Nov 22 2011

Strike 2 – Tricubes Secured VIP Access To Cash Cow

Still remember the highly controversial 1Malaysia E-Mail project launched by Malaysian PM Najib which costs about RM50 million of which was awarded to financially troubled company, Tricubes, not many moons ago? Well, in less than seven months after Tricubes Berhad (KLSE: TCUBES, stock-code 0062) courted public outcry and heavy criticism over its controversial email project, […]

... written on Nov 17 2011

It’s A Cow … It’s A Condo … It’s Criminal Breach Of …

The infamous “It’s A Bird … It’s A Plane … It’s Superman” tag, referring to the superhero who wears his red underwear outside, is here again. However, since this is a Malaysian version, the superhero’s adventure would undergo a total re-engineering. It would be a blockbuster. It could even wake Christopher Reeve up from his […]

... written on Nov 15 2011

New 2012 Toyota Camry, Honda CRV and Honda CRZ

There would be numerous new car models to be released next year especially for Honda and Toyota fans. The year 2012 would be an exciting year for car buyers looking to show off their new automobile. Heck, in fact, as we speak, there would be new model coming earlier than 2012 – Honda is set […]

... written on Nov 02 2011

Shame On You Mahathir, Marcos, Mubarak – Gaddafi’s Worth $200 Billion

When Pharaoh Hosni Mubarak was overthrown from his kingdom after 30-years of iron-fist rule, his fortune was estimated at somewhere between US$40 billion and US$70 billion. In terms of earnings (corruption) per year, that was more than US$1 billion to US$2 billion, perhaps the most profitable job on earth. In comparison, Forbes 2011 official richest […]

... written on Oct 24 2011

Folks, No iPhone 5, Only iPhone 4S and 3GS is FREE

Apple Inc.’s stock tumbled by more than 5%, before staging a late recovery – that’s how disappointed investors were when it was revealed that there won’t be any iPhone 5 at all, at least not this year. It had been 16 months since the previous iPhone hit the market hence the extremely high expectation for […]

... written on Oct 05 2011









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