Saturday, April 18, 2015

Sekarang Zahid pon Pakai Outrider! Nak berlagak macham PM ka?

Traffic cops escorting Zahid’s convoy involved in collision

Zahid (in blue shirt) with Umno members checking on Kpl Zulkifli's injuries after the accident on Friday.

Zahid (in blue shirt) with Umno members checking on Kpl Zulkifli's injuries after the accident on Friday.

BUKIT MERTAJAM: Two traffic policemen escorting Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s convoy to a press conference were involved in an accident on the North-South Expressway (NSE). 

Their motorcycles collided into each other and crashed at KM134.4 of the NSE at about 9.45am on Friday after one of the traffic policemen tried to avoid a car. 

Zahid (left) inspecting the injuries of one of the two traffic policemen Kpl Ramlan Arifin after the accident.

However, both Kpl Ramlan Arifin, 49, and Kpl Zulkifli Mat Desa, 48, sustained minor injuries and received treatment at the Seberang Jaya Hospital.

The officers from the north Seberang Prai district traffic police branch were escorting Dr Zahid, who is also Umno vice-president, and his convoy to a press conference in Permatang Pauh when the incident happened.

steadyaku47 comment: 

Since when has BN Ministers been getting police escorts when they are going to press conferences? Is it now standard operating procedure to have two police outriders escorting Zahid wherever he goes? Don't the police have anything better to do?    

Why does it take an incident like this before we know? Just as it took the murder of Altantuya for us to know that UTK operatives will kill anyone if instructed to do so!

Friday, April 17, 2015

I need your help!

Can someone, any one, put a name, an address, an IC number, e mail, blog, FB page, place of work, father's or mother's name, name of brothers and sisters and their contact number, place of work, name of boss....any information and anything at all on this guy?

Any of his friends out there - male or female? 

I need your help on this friends. Please send me the info here or to my email at

More to follow.

Siapa nak ikut titah Tuanku? Tuanku dah selesai perkara anak luar nikah?

Najib gets royal backing from Pahang sultan

Najib Abdul Razak today secured a royal endorsement when Pahang Sultan Ahmad Shah told his subjects to support the embattled prime minister.
steadyaku47 comment: 
An endorsement from this Sultan is not that royal lah! Click on any of the following stories that I have previously posted on this blog and you will know why!

KLGCC : Like Hotel California..."You can check-out any time you like, But you can never leave!"

steadyaku47 comment : Interesting post from Din Merican's Blog.

April 17, 2015

Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club Membership Transfer Fee: A Rip Off


A few of my friends have been trying to sell their KLGCC membership since they wish to relocate overseas for reasons that have to do with the politics of our country. To their horror, they have to come to know that the club membership transfer is now RM70,000 and will be able to do so only if they are prepared to absorb this fee or share it with a prospective buyer. 

It would appear that in KLGCC, you can get in but cannot get out easily.

One member received this response from private agency and I quote:
There are quite a few buyers but their offer price is around RM200k to RM230k inclusive of transfer fee (TF). Unfortunately the buyers are not willing to fork out the high transfer fee RM70k which the club increased last year from RM25k.
Last year (before TF increase) there were transactions at about RM195k to RM200k incl TF, ie. sellers received RM170k to RM175k. With the increase of TF since August last year, there have been no transactions…because while buyers are willing to share part of the TF they are not willing to absorb completely the TF price increase.

Although KLGCC declares the “market price” of the membership at RM350k, we have not seen any buyers willing to pay this amount yet. If they buy at RM350k, they would need to sell at RM420k(RM350k + TF) just to break even. Perhaps they don’t expect the price to continue to increase in the near future. This is the current situation.
I am told that this  increase in transfer fee was initiated and approved by Sime Darby Berhad, the multinational company which has a big say in the management of this so-called prestigious club  ostensibly with the support of the membership body. This is a substantial increase from RM 25,000 previously. No reason is given for this change. Even rm25,000 is already a huge sum. I wonder how much work is involved by the Club, and which hot shot legal firm is being used,  to formalise the ownership transfer. How complicated can this transaction  to warrant such a cost. So isn’t any wonder that the transfer market is dead?

One would have thought that Sime Darby would understand that the objective should be to facilitate membership change and allow those who have invested in the club membership over many years to exit and realise a reasonable return on their investment. Obviously, this is not the case. It is just nothing but a ripoff.

Will  the Sime Darby  management, the Club President and the Club Captain, Dato Mustafa Ali, look into this matter and the benefits of being a member of this Club. For example, members and non-members are charged the same rates of use of banqueting facilities for events like weddings, parties and other social functions. Surely, there are other ways for Sime Darby to make money.–Din Merican

Pakatan's failure: Blame its greed for political power


17/04/2015 07:59 AM
A decade of work is now on the verge of disappearing under a deluge of suspicion and fear raging through Pakatan Rakyat.
Hussein Hamid

Anwar Ibrahim, Lim Kit Siang and the late Tok Guru Nik Aziz weaved PAS, DAP and PKR into Pakatan Rakyat. They did so sans deep pockets and large armies. They knew that somewhere in the mix was the promise of a credible opposition

That soon came to pass when the coalition denied Barisan National of its two thirds majority in Parliament, and its formation of state governments in Kedah, Perak, Selangor, Kelantan and Penang in 2008.

Pakatan forever changed the political landscape of Malaysia by presenting the first credible challenge to Umno's five decades of uncontested political domination - effectively putting in place a two-party system in Malaysian politics.

Political power, influence and privilege were now no longer the domain to be abused only by Barisan Nasion. It is also now Pakatan Rakyat's to abuse as well. And abused it they did.

The party elections of DAP and PKR mirrored that of Umno. The only limitations being money - or the lack of it on the part of DAP and PKR.

What Anwar and Kit Siang were intent on doing was the ammassing of power and influence within their own parties through the election (by hook or by crook) of their own nominees. This they pursued with scant respect for what they have always professed to uphold: Free and fair elections.

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