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Have a look at this video clip.

The Sarawak Report has the story here.

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Hamim Abdullah
Hamim Abdullah
17 Nov 2010 9.08am

Dissent in Sarawak has gone on air via shortwave radio, with the launching of Radio Free Sarawak transmitting from London twice a day. The aim is to reach people in the interior of Sarawak, where shortwave radio is still an important medium and far from being an anachronism in an age of FM radio, Internet broadcasting, and podcasts. The broadcasts are, of course, also available live on the Internet and as downloadable podcasts: Episode 1 and Episode 2 Radio Free Sarawak, in name and spirit, recalls the days of the Cold War, when dissenters to authoritarian regimes were forced to… Read more »

Bako Boy
Bako Boy
15 Nov 2010 8.22am
Bako Boy
Bako Boy
10 Nov 2010 12.32pm

Since September 2009, 27 native families living in Rumah Bansan longhouse at Sungai Bedengan here have been suffering from a ‘mysterious illness’ which they believe is originating from an aluminum smelting plant, about 300 metres from their homes.

http://malaysia-today.net/mtcolumns/newscommentaries/35867-mysterious-illness-hits-longhouses-near-smelting-plant-

Tak Gerak
Tak Gerak
10 Nov 2010 9.44am

Malaysia is the worst country in Asia-Pacific in Transparency International Corruption Perception Index in past 16 years since the start of the annual ranking in 1995.

Despite the “1Malaysia People First Performance Now” slogan and the alphabet soup of GTP, NKRA, MKRA, SRIs, ETP etc and one Roadmap after another of Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak and the National Integrity Plan of former Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, Malaysia is the worst country in the Asia-Pacific in Transparency International (TI) Corruption Perception Index (CPI) in past 16 years since the start of the annual ranking in 1995.

Wan Saleha
Wan Saleha
12 Nov 2010 8.53pm
Reply to  Tak Gerak

The GDP of Singapore will soon overtake that of Malaysia to be a bigger economy.

SETIA
SETIA
10 Nov 2010 5.47am

… Taib Mahmud & Mahathir,are totally ignored by world leaders when they visit Malaysia or when these Two … visit overseas.
Reformasi is ringing out all over malaysia !

AlbertG
AlbertG
9 Nov 2010 6.08pm

Lingam, raykat are not stupid. Most voted out of greed.
With some pocket money & mini projects, they are willing to sell their souls. Sad case.

sam sung
sam sung
9 Nov 2010 1.46pm

Hey, we don’t hear MCA and UMNO saying “gua caya lu” to each other any more.

Kamsari
Kamsari
9 Nov 2010 5.40pm
Reply to  sam sung

All BN component parties now only talk ‘1 Malaysia’, because it is a great bait (umpan) to get votes from all race, as evident in the recent buy-elections.

Of course gerakan, mca and mic failed to realise that the subtle message of 1MALAYsia is “We are ‘one’ – provided all of us eventually belong to one faith – Islam – and follow one culture – Malay”(?)

Lingam
Lingam
9 Nov 2010 1.23pm

These people are up there because stupid rakyat voted for them, assuming the EC has ensured fair and proper election.

The majority of the rakyat should be ashamed of themselves.

We have the next GE to make amends. Exercise your vote carefully and do not be blinded by the empty slogan.

k1
k1
9 Nov 2010 11.39am

Aiya..you tolong I and I tolong you also caught in tape lah..so??? This is bolehland, ada $$$ apa pun boleh. Look at what happen in Taiwan, ex-president chen shiu bien found not guilty in the corruption case. People like him also can escape from Taiwan, so what can we do even if we have new government, can we get the corrupted morrons with so many correct correct correct judges, ministers, police, rojak families…? can arr? I doubt lah

Ahmad Syafiq
9 Nov 2010 11.26am

I don’t really get what Taib Mahmud is saying. Can you clarify it Anil? Thanks.

Ahmad Syafiq
9 Nov 2010 2.21pm
Reply to  Anil Netto

Oh yes, I forgot to read about it in the Sarawak Report. Thanks Anil for reminding.

Sean
Sean
9 Nov 2010 11.23am

Beware of short clips! He could have been saying:

“X was here yesterday and he said to you: “I am prepared to give you Rm600 per vote”, well I am here today and I say your vote is worth much more than that to me – I will give you RM1000!”

Or absolutely anything else. Is there a larger vid that contains that quote? Why was he talking English?