Thursday 22 October 2009

How Evil is this Man?

This was forwarded to me by one of our friends - Yes some of us have read this - but I want to share this with those who have not - read it and forward it to others who might not have seen it yet - it needs to read by everyone !

HH another one for you sir.


Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2009 10:27:16 +0800
Subject: Fwd: MUST READ & SPREAD: A Vulture Named Mahathir

What do you think....????

To all human beings concerned about your children's future;
care for a better world irrespective of religion, east or west,
north or south, ethnic background; ...
*** it takes good men/women not to stand up for what is right to
have the below happen - do believe this kind of thing will happen
again and again becos' we ordinary people do not bother to take
sides and have this "not my problem" attitude ...***
----- Forwarded Message ----
From: larryleow <>
To: audrey <>; melissa wong <>; adrian chin <>; alan <>; jaws <>; ms leow <>; tong <>; taylaihee <>; willis <>; max <>; francis <>; liang tek <>; stkhor <>; mpatvoon <>; Nigel Loh <>; shirley-stephen <>; Stephen ong <>; kenny tang <>
Sent: Wed, October 21, 2009 1:40:11 AM
Subject: MUST READ & SPREAD: A Vulture Named Mahathir

A vulture named MAHATHIR

Great Leader's son is Director in the San Miguel Corp, the largest beer brewery in the Philippines 
Typical hypocrite. When poor helpless Muslims (like Kartika) are whipped for the act of consuming 3 glasses of beer, a well connected son of a scion, is now set to benefit in the millions by selling billions of mugs of beer. His father was the first one to have declared that " Malaysia is an Islamic state". His brother Mukhriz, who also happens to be super rich is one of the great stalwarts of Malay and Muslim rights. Malaysia has become another Animal Farm. As George Orwell said; " All men are born equal, but some are more equal than others."

Our Great Leader's son, Mirzan Mahathir, was recently appointed to the board of San Miguel Corp, the biggest food and beverage conglomerate in the Philippines and the owner of San Miguel Brewery Inc. Q-Tech, a Manila-based investment company in which Mirzan has a stake in, recently acquired a 19.9 per cent share in San Miguel Corp for 39.61 billion pesos (RM2.9 billion).

It bought the stake from Japan’s Kirin (Japanese Beer) Holdings, which used the funds to help finance the acquisition of a 43 per cent stake in San Miguel Brewery Inc. San Miguel Brewery controls 95 per cent of the Philippine beer market. The company has made San Miguel Beer for more than a century. The beer is brewed in the Philippines, China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia, and is sold in 60 markets worldwide, according to the company’s Web site. Mirzan’s corporate forays have not been without controversy.

He once controlled Konsortium Perkapalan Bhd when Dr Mahathir was prime minister, but was forced to sell its shipping assets to Malaysia International Shipping Corporation (MISC), in what critics said then was a bailout. Malaysian Insider

I think Malaysians should know by now that there are three sets of laws in MalaysiaOne for ordinary Malaysians, one for UMNO and one for Mahathir and his family. The Mahathir clan are the most hypocritical people around, pontificating and lecturing others while doing exactly the opposite. Frankly I am sick of them and the fact that no one dares to challenge them, especially their evil patriarch. His blog is infested with servile fans which goes 
to show how screwed up many Malaysians are. 
Go to related sites to read more

 The greatness of Mahathir - by an ex-ISA detainee.
Subject: A Vulture named Mahathir
Remember this name, Munawar A. Anees? The poor foreign academic who was arrested, tortured and made to sign a confession of his alledged sodomy with Anwar back in 1998?
Now read his telling and condemning account of A Vulture called Mahathir!
And this Mahathir is supposed to be a compassionate Muslim?
 More likely the Devil Incarnate!


Statement from Dr Munawar Anees posted on The Might Of The Pen, October 19, 2008...

 As a student I knew of the horrors of the Holocaust and other human tragedies, but merely as a distant thunder: the violation of human rights and crimes against humanity were only an abstract notion.

 That was all fated to change with my arrest under the draconian Internal Security Act (ISA) of Malaysia, which allows for indefinite detention without trial. My crime? I had known Anwar Ibrahim, the deputy prime minister and finance minister of Malaysia, as a close personal friend for many years. We shared and strove for a vision of life firmly rooted in human dignity. We struggled for building an intellectual and political milieu for free expression. Together, we subscribed to the idea of economic prosperity, gender and racial equality and a civil society.

Alas, the Malaysian dictator, Mahathir, under the growing burden of corruption and cronyism, conspired to halt the march of freedom. In order to build his fraudulent case against Anwar, Mahathir himself ordered my arrest.

My kidnapping and detention by the infamous Malaysian Special Branch taught me how it feels to be forcibly separated from one's wife and children. How it feels to be searched and seized, disallowed to make phone calls, handcuffed, blindfolded, stripped naked, driven in an animal cage, shaven bald, endlessly interrogated, humiliated, drugged, deprived of sleep, physically abused. What it's like to be threatened, blackmailed, tormented by police lawyers, brutalized to make a totally false confession, hospitalized for a consequent heart ailment, and treated as a psychiatric patient with symptoms of Stockholm syndrome.

Barely surviving on a meager diet of rancid rice and chicken along with 12 medicines a day, I spent nearly four months handcuffed around the clock to my hospital bed, under the watchful eyes of the prison guards.

Thereafter, my ability to speak, read and write took a considerable time to show signs of recovery.
 Short-term memory lapses were frequent. I existed in a fluid state in which suicidal tendencies, depression and despair were punctuated by fits of rage and indignation.
Weekly visits of less than an hour by my wife, Nadia, with our young children — Aisha and Omran — were my only contact with the outside world and the only inspiration to live on.

 In collusion with the lawyer appointed on my behalf by the police, the 
 Malaysian authorities refused the legal assistance of my choice, 
 coercing me not to mount an appeal against the court verdict and 
 threatening me with greater punishment under new charges if I didn't co-operate.

Simultaneously, Nadia constantly endured police harassment, wiretapping and disruption of our e-mail and bank accounts. Some of our friends were met with the same fate and were compelled to abandon us when we needed them most.

But, in attempting to scare off and alienate my friends, how terribly mistaken were Malaysian autocrats in aping gross Gestapo tactics. How they underestimated the temper of freedom in so many places around the world, above all among friends in the West.

Floodgates of human compassion were opened when the futurist author Alvin Toffler, who Mahathir asked to advise him on a pet high-technology project, sent a message of protest to the Malaysian leader within 72 hours of my capture. In a major interview with the Western press, Mahathir even felt it necessary to make assurances — unfulfilled, of course — about my well being.

With every passing day, the rising tide of concern for my plight seemed to personify the words of Elie Wiesel:
"Take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor. Never the victim. Never the tormented."

Friends and strangers alike took a stand and support began to mushroom everywhere. Nadia related to me in the hospital how Amnesty International had declared me a "prisoner of conscience," and how Pen International adopted me as a "writer in prison." Against all odds, two prominent Malaysian lawyers, Manjeet Singh Dhillon and Balwant Singh Siddhu, offered their services unconditionally. To top it all, an international coalition — Friends of Dr. Anees — came into existence in defence of my rights. The core group of Naseer Ahmad, Baseer Hai, Safir Rammah, Jamal Mubarak, Anees Ahmad and Naeem Siddiqui mounted a media campaign with phenomenal success.

What touched my heart was that the person, Kamal Mubarak, who set up the Web site had never met me in person. From the depths of my confinement, I could see the magic of human compassion had begun to defeat oppression.

The pinnacle was reached after my release in the warm hug laced with watery eyes of an Amnesty friend in Toronto, Margaret John, who witnessed a pledge of solidarity between me and Devan Nair, the former president of Singapore, for we had come to share a similar fate.

My victimization at the hands of Mahathir's "Asian values" has transformed me in another way. All my adult life, like so many in the Muslim world, I have suspected under every nook and cranny some conspiracy by the West to keep us down. Yet, in this seminal experience of my life, my friends in the West succeeded in saving me, while Mahathir, a Muslim, did everything to destroy me. And he is trying to do the same to Anwar again through his obliging courts on totally fabricated charges.

Mahathir has demonstrated that, though a proclaimed Muslim, his heart is blind to compassion. Tyranny is the hallmark of his bankrupt concept of "Asian values."

My tragedy, and that of my friend Anwar, ought to make our fellow Muslims think very hard when they ponder the West and its role in the world. As we set out to shape our collective destiny in the 21st century, will the values of Mahathir or Jefferson serve us best? Mahathir himself made that choice for me. Sic semper tyrannis.*
 * Sic semper tyrannis is a Latin phrase meaning "thus, ever (or always), to tyrants." It is sometimes mistranslated as "Death to tyrants." The phrase is a shortened version of Sic semper evello mortem Tyrannis, which translated means "Thus always death to tyrants."


  1. Why are we people make ourselves so helpless the moment we give our power to the politicians?

    How come the power of the masses makes one politician more powerful than all of us?

    Because peoples' power is raw plutonium, a politician's power is enriched plutonium.

    Stop the supply of plutonium to the wrong politicians!

  2. The only way is to kick BN out or better still, bury BN for good in the next GE !

  3. Abang

    Bit concerned that the forwarded recipients have been displayed.

    Golden Boy