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UMNO-Malay Cheated Malay Felda Settlers – How RM870 Million Was Stolen To Build Only 7% Of 20,000 Houses

Mahathir’s previous policy of allowing so-called “minimal and manageable” corruption among the warlords of UMNO, the dominant political party he once led, has proven more damaging than anticipated. The tentacles of corruption have not only spread deep into government and private institutions, but also within government agencies founded to protect the poor Malay community.   […]

... written on Dec 03 2019

U.S. Stock Market Hits New Record Highs – But Farm Bankruptcies Jump To Highest Since 2011

Investors, speculators and punters were cheering as the U.S. stocks hit fresh record highs on Friday on hopes for a US-China trade deal despite mixed economic data. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) holds above 28,000 points on Monday, after the index hit the level for the first time after posting a fourth straight week of […]

... written on Nov 19 2019

A Panicked Mahathir Now Fears Trade Sanctions After India Plans To Boycott Malaysian Products

For months, Mahathir Mohamad had been enjoying himself – bashing and condemning everyone and every country he didn’t like, as if the world revolves around him. He has slammed the U.S., Hong Kong, India, Israel, Singapore and even Myanmar. In the process, he has insulted the Hindus, Chinese, Jews, Americans and practically everyone who was […]

... written on Oct 22 2019

Trade War – Malaysia’s Plan To Buy Sugar & Buffalo From India May Be Too Little, Too Late

As expected, India has retaliated. Indian refiners have stopped buying Malaysian palm oil for shipments in November and December. They don’t have to wait for any official statement from their government that New Delhi would raise import taxes or use other measures to limit – even boycott entirely – imports of palm oil from Malaysia. […]

... written on Oct 16 2019

Mahathir’s Toxic Mouth Invites Retaliation – India May Limit Imports Of Malaysian Palm Oil & Other Products

Mahathir, the world’s oldest prime minister, appears to have lost his magic touch in running the country, which is burdened with record RM1 trillion debts inherited from the previous corrupt government. Initially praised – even worshipped – for stunningly defeated protégé-turn-nemesis Najib Razak, Mahathir administration has increasingly attracted criticisms.   Whether Mr. Mahathir realized it […]

... written on Oct 12 2019

China Hits Back – New Tariffs On $75 Billion Of U.S. Goods, Tariff On Cars Would Be As High As 50%

China has made good on its promise to retaliate against President Donald Trump’s latest 10% tariff on US$300 billion worth of Chinese goods. On Friday (August 23), the Chinese State Council announced it decided to slap tariffs ranging from 5% to 10% on US$75 billion U.S. goods in two batches – effective on Sept. 1 […]

... written on Aug 24 2019

It’s Razak – Not Mahathir – Who Makes Malays Incompetent, Lazy & Handicapped

Anwar Ibrahim, former Deputy Prime Minister, instructed his boy Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (then UMNO Youth Chief) to speak out against then-Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on the issue of cronyism and nepotism during 1998 UMNO General Assembly. The plan was, of course, to topple Mahathir’s leadership by alleging that his government was practising cronyism and nepotism. […]

... written on Feb 22 2018

Forget About PAS, Here’s How UMNO Could Lose Johor State

Sabah and Sarawak have been Barisan Nasional (BN) “fixed deposit” since independence in 1957, and it will remain so for the next 50-years, unfortunately. That’s a reality, not because Sabahans and Sarawakians were dumb but because majority of them were dirt poor. And they were freaking poor primarily because they were systematically denied their basic […]

... written on Jun 22 2015

Ringgit Is Toast – Here’re Proof Malaysia The First Asian To Hit Recession

Mahathir Mohamad is perhaps the luckiest person on planet Earth. Besides being the longest-serving Prime Minister of Malaysia, stretching from 1981 to 2003, he also had the luxury experiencing the country’s currency under attack by speculators during the infamous 1997/98 Asia Financial Crisis. Ten years later, during his retirement, he had the second opportunity to see […]

... written on Jun 12 2015

PM Najib’s Exit – Here’re His Cronies & Stocks You Should Avoid

Horse-trading, money changes hands, contracts finalising, projects reviewing and the list goes on. That’s what is happening now, as the mother of all scandal – 1MDB – about to enter another new month this year. Bets are on the table that by hook or by crook, prime minister Najib Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor […]

... written on May 26 2015









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