Anak Bangsa Malaysia, lets all do a 3-in-1 this Saturday, 26/5/18. Please

Posted on May 24, 2018


many-colours-one-dreamIMG-20180512-WA0040 A couple of days after Hari Merdeka on 9th May, I met up with lawyer Ashok for breakfast.


Ashok is on my left. This was on 24/5/2013, coming out of the Jinjang police lock-up, after the magistrate had refused the application for a remand order. Ashok was there for me, together with Visva (left of photo, at the back) and a few other lawyers who represented Tian Chua and Thamrin

Ashok related something very interesting to me, something that I had heard previously but had forgotten.

For some reason, he was at a police station to make a report.

Whilst typing up the report on the computer, the police wanted to insert “Keturunan”, for which there is a drop box facility in the system.

Ashok checked the drop box, and to his surprise, he found as an available option, “Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia”.

Awesome, or what?

Actually, I had been alerted to this a few years back when some activists went to lodge a police report in Shah Alam in relation to UMNO idiots splashing blood on a poster of Teresa Kok along Jalan Tun Perak in KL.

They, too, had “Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia” as a “Keturunan” option in the drop box.

So what has this to do with the 3-in-1 I am suggesting we all do?

First, I think it is my friend, yet another lawyer, Siti Kassim, who has suggested that this Saturday, we make up for Jibby’s bitching about chocs in the fridge, and go out and give chocs to members of PDRM. I would suggest that if you are going to do this, lets aim to pass these chocs to the rank and file.

If we are game to do this on Saturday, I would suggest that we take some to the nearest police station, and whilst there, lodge a police report.

Against whom, and in relation to what?

Arul Kanda.

Yesterday, finance minister Lim Guan Eng, after meeting Arul, slammed Arul as being “utterly dishonest and untrustworthy”.


theSundaily reports that Arul, together with 1MDB Board of Directors members Datuk Norazman Ayob and Datuk Kamal Mohd Ali, all of whom met Guan Eng yesterday, admitted that 1MDB is now insolvent, with Arul further claiming to be ” in the dark about the financial matters in 1MDB”.

Malay Mail reports today that, responding to Guan Eng, “Arul did not dispute the wrongdoings alleged or Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng’s conclusion that 1MDB was effectively insolvent and unable to service its billions of debt and interest payments on its own. He did dispute Lim’s “unfair” remarks about his character, insisting that he answered the minister to the best of his knowledge and ability”.

See that?

He did not dispute Guan Eng’s conclusion that 1MDB is insolvent!

He thinks he can save his sorry ass by saying the criminal actions all occurred before he took up his position in 1MDB in January, 2015.

He says he was truthful in all that he said to the finance minister, “but was hampered by his lack of access to supporting documents”.

What, he thought he was going to chat with Guan Eng about the upcoming Champions League final between Liverpool and Real? No need to bring documents?

Bullshit artist!

This man has been criminally lying to all of us, not just Malaysians, but the world over, painting a pretty picture about the finances of 1MDB!

Did no wrong?

Please watch the video below. This was before the elections. About a month ago. See the picture he paints of 1MDB.

From the 9th minute, see what he hopes for himself.

After the elections, he wanted a long holiday, and having served the country well, he will be happy to receive whatever he deserves.

This utterly dishonest and untrustworthy fellow was so confident that all his lies was going to help UMNO / BN form the next government.

Well, the rakyat have installed a new government.

Lets give him that long holiday he wants.

So what’s this 3-in-1?

On Saturday, anak-anak Bangsa Malaysia everywhere head out to police stations, extend the gesture of friendship to our cops with chocs, lodge a report against this  utterly dishonest and untrustworthy fellow, and, for “Keturunan”, select “Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia”.


In one swoop, we would be reaching out to anak Bangsa Malaysia police, we would be giving an utterly dishonest and untrustworthy fellow his just desserts, and, most importantly, we would be telling our new government that, we, anak-anak Bangsa Malaysia, do not care to be ethnically categorised.

Who’s game?