The Greatest Malaysian Misleader

Delusional old crap

The above is an extract from an interview of a psychopathic and delusional old man by the Nikkei Asian Review yesterday.  He said that he had never abused his power when he was the Prime Minister.

If you have a copy of Barry Wain’s ‘Malaysian Maverick‘ you can see the list of abuses that Mahathir had done during his premiership.  And those are only the ones that Mr Wain had discovered.

Time Magazine quoted an economist at Morgan Stanley in Singapore as saying that the country might have lost as much as US$100 billion since the early 1980s to corruption. Under Mahathir’s 22 years term, there were monetary losses amounting to over at least hundred of billions of Ringgit and this excluded those unaccounted for, and irretrievable.

Another politician, Syed Husin Ali, whose party is now worshipping Mahathir said, “Petronas has neither been fully transparent nor accountable with how it spends its money, especially in aiding and abetting Tun Mahathir to indulge in unproductive construction of mega projects, to bail out ailing crony companies and corporate figures, and to involve itself in excessive and wasteful spending on celebrations and conferences.”

For the record, Mr Wain has never been sued by Mahathir.  Neither has Mahathir’s foe-turned-best friend Lim Kit Siang been sued for his remarks on the former.

Lim Kit Siang aka The Emperor once wrote:

If we examine the decade of the Mahathir administration, we will find that the scandals, unaccountability, the human rights violations and abuses of power have one common thread – to protect and further the economic interests of the ruling political elites. This necessitated a growing concentration of political power in the hands of the Executive and increasingly in the hands of the Prime Minister, at the expense of the fundamental constitutional principles of the Separation of Powers among the Executive, Legislature and Judiciary, the Independence of the Judiciary and the Rule of Law.

Under his political culture, the role of Law and Judges is not to ensure justice and protect human rights, but to protect the vested economic interests of the powers-that-be from expose and jeopardy.

Two-thirds parliamentary majority has become a blank cheque for abuses of power and human rights violations.”

Emperor Lim was notably vocal on the issues of the Forex scandal that all but wiped out our Bank Negara reserves and also the BMF scandal before he became the jockey that now rides on the political mule called Mahathir.  But the things he wrote on Mahathir are still there waiting to be used against the latter should he (Mahathir) forget his current position – a mule.

As a matter of fact, Emperor Lim also has examples of abuse of power in relation to freedom of the press during Mahathir’s time – and I am not talking just about Ops Lallang.


So for Mahathir to claim that he never abused his power as the Prime Minister is an absolute farce.  It only goes to show how desperate he is to paint a false picture of his past to the youngsters who were yet to be born when Mahathir had this country beneath his fists.

He thinks that the Pakatan will collectively agree to his ambitions of either putting his son as the Prime Minister or he become one himself based on his 22-year experience.

But we all know that no one in the Pakatan wishes to have another one term of Mahathir remembering what he was capable of.  So they will just ride on his anger towards Najib Razak…like the old mule he is.

April’s Fools

Those who believed Lim Guan Eng’s lies back in March 2008 are among those who believed the promise that the Tokong would be able to solve the 40-year flood woes in just eight months.

A hundred and eight months later there seems to be no end in sight to the recurring floods in Penang.


In the latest episode, torrential rain that occurred just before sunset yesterday saw Jalan Kampung Relau, Bayan Baru, Farlim, Jalan Paya Terubong, Sungai Dua, Jalan Masjid Negeri and Jalan P Ramlee inundated by flood waters for the second time in one week.

Perhaps, this is the reason Tokong doesn’t need a swimming pool in his bungalow. Flood waters would give him an instant one. After all, how many times do you jump into a swimming pool in a year if you have one?


The Tokong is notorious for not fulfilling promises made.

Yesterday the Minister of Works Datuk Fadillah Yusof asked Tokong for an update of the studies that are being done to support Penang’s request for a third bridge.

Fadillah said that Tokong had submitted the request to the ministry in May last year and that three months later, the Penang Chief Minister acknowledged that the RM305 million studies for the project had not been completed.

Tokong then told the Ministry that the studies would be submitted either at the end of 2016 or early 2017.

“As it was the end of the first quarter and past the deadline stated by Lim, it is well within our right to ask for an update,” Fadillah said in a statement yesterday.

Tokong revealed that the feasibility studies for the undersea tunnel were now “stuck” at 87% completion because the state had not received the master plan for the 650ha reclamation around the Butterworth Outer Ring Road.

What surprised me is that although no approval has been given by Tokong’s government since the master plan has yet to be completed, reclamation works off Gurney Drive is already in full swing.


“This master reclamation plan has yet to be completed despite the project being awarded in 1999 and despite DAP running the state for nine years. We are aware that large-scale reclamation has started on the island and has progressed at a good pace since a year ago,” Fadillah explained.

Does this mean that the Tokong is accustomed to doing things without following procedures which have been there to curb abuses?

Perhaps this practice has become a norm now in Penang, which is why Emperor Lim Kit Siang is seeking to contest in Penang should his son’s imminent jail term commence.

Penang is a money pot and the dictatorship of both Tokong and the Emperor ensures that no dissenters are allowed.


I would be surprised if the corrupted Tokong and his dictatorial father will continue to have a hold on Penang.

Then again, there will always be the April’s Fools.

Like A Series of Unfortunate Events

It’s almost like the Netflix series called ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ where things don’t get any better as it progresses. Or so it seems for Bahri Mohammad Zin, former Director of Special Operations of the MACC, and his second wife Noor Haslina Abdullah who proclaims to be the Director-General of Akademi Memandu KIST Sdn Bhd (AMKIST).

Earlier this evening, I received a press statement by Noraihan Che Ali, the widow of Noor Haslina’s eldest brother Mazly pertaining to a police report filed by Bahri against her last week.

According to the statement, Noraihan welcomes the report made by Bahri and hopes that the MACC as well as the police would then expedite the investigation into the matter.

She was made to understand, the raid by MACC’s Special Operations Division headed by Bahri was based on the report to MACC (report number IPJ/RPTNO/0011/2016) made by none other than Noor Haslina herself.  Noraihan pointed that although Bahri denies of any involvement the fact that the raiding party originated from Bahri’s division makes the whole affair more sinister.

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Perhaps the two characters named in the Search Order above need to be interviewed by the police!

Noraihan also noted that the MACC website says that the Special Operations Division was formed in 2010 to investigate high-profile cases as well as cases of public interest and asks how can a family property tussle be a high-profile case or something of public interest that warrants the Division to interfere?

A quick check on the MACC website confirms Noraihan’s statement.

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It looks like Noraihan’s questions are valid and warrants a thorough investigation by the police.  The MACC has no choice but to cooperate in providing all neccessary information and documents pertaining to the case.

The MACC is a government body entrusted to stem if not eradicate corrupted practices in this country and it is only right that it seeks out to rid itself of people who have and can abuse this trust.

Bahri Stinks To High Heaven

Bahri Mohamad Zin with his (second?) psychotic wife, Noor Haslina Abdullah
In April 1999, Anwar Ibrahim was sentenced to six years imprisonment for abusing his power as the Deputy Prime Minister to coerce witnesses to retract their statement against him.

Bahri Mohamad Zin, the former Director of Special Operations of the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) who apparently leads a ‘master and servant‘ lifestyle with his wife Noor Haslina Abdullah as the master, did the very same thing on the 18th January 2016.

A team from the MACC’s Special Operations Unit was dispatched from Putrajaya to raid the house of Noor Haslina’s widowed sister-in-law Noraihan to seize documents linked to a dispute involving Noor Haslina and the latter.

This was revealed by Noraihan Che Ali at a media conference today. Noraihan was accompanied by her lawyer Datuk Ahmad Zaharil Muhaiyar.


Noraihan said that she and her children moved out of their house after it was seized by the MACC.

Noraihan added that both Noor Haslina and Bahri had tried to get her (Noraihan) to sign a document agreeing to give up her rights and her children’s rights to the properties estimated at RM100 million left by her late husband.

Prior to the raid, Noor Haslina and Bahri had tried to obtain an agreement from Noraihan and her children to forgo their rights to the properties. They even tried to force Noraihan’s nine-year old son to get his thumbprint for the said document.

Noraihan’s lawyer Datuk Ahmad Zaharil also revealed that Noor Haslina and Bahri had doctored a will to exclude Noraihan and family from receiving any property.

“This is a family matter, why should there be an involvement of the MACC? And it has been a year since the raid was made, don’t tell me they need such a long time to investigate (the documents),” asked Datuk Ahmad Zaharil.

“And Noor Haslina should go to a court of law to obtain a power of attorney to administer Allahyarham Zamly’s properties instead of using high-handed methods,” he added.

Noraihan lodged two police reports last year which were first revealed to the public in an article posted by Malaysia Today early this month.

Both reports have not been acted upon seriously by the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) especially on the part of abuse of power. The use of government apparatus to achieve one’s own goals is no different to what Anwar Ibrahim did and was jailed for.

Noraihan said that she and her family continuously live in constant fear as threats and harrassment have become a daily occurrence.

She revealed that she almost did not turn up for the press conference due to constant harassments including from people representing Noor Haslina.

One of the WhatsApp messages trying to coerce Noraihan to not go ahead with the press conference

So it seems that Bahri who constantly portrays himself as a God-fearing, no-nonsense man, stinks to high heaven and would do anything for his wife in order to deny orphans their right to their late father’s properties.

The use of MACC apparatus for his own personal interest is a clear indication of his willingness to abuse his position to achieve his ends.

PDRM must act upon her reports while the MACC has to conduct an internal investigation or else there will be those who have the potential to continuation tarnish the good name the MACC is currently having under this current administration.

The Director-General of the Protection Division of the Prime Minister’s Department should also look into providing Noraihan Che Ali with a witness protection program given the continuous threats and harrassments they receive.