Webinar: Lawan rasuah dan kronisme – Apa kata anak muda?


Rabu, 6 Julai 2022, 8.30pm

FB Live @ AliranKesedaranNegara

Ahli panel:

  • Aira Azhari (Ideas)
  • Kamil Munim (Pemuda PKR) (replacing Adam Adli)
  • Naqib Al Hussaini (Kesatuan Mahasiswa Universiti Malaya)

Moderator: Zikri Rahman (Aliran)

Tentang forum

Rasuah berleluasa di Malaysia, dari skandal 1MDB sehinggalah permasalahan duit kopi.

Kehilangan dana awam cukup besar – dana yang sepatutnya digunakan bagi kebajikan rakyat terbanyak, termasuklah anak muda.

Masyarakat sivil melawan wabak ini menerusi Agenda Rakyat yang digerakkan memfokuskan keperluan bagi “Melawan Rasuah dan Kronisme”.

Bersama-sama dalam webinar, tiga anak muda akan berkongsi dengan kita pandangan mereka tentang apa yang boleh dilakukan bagi merungkai permasalahan tentang korupsi dan apa yang boleh dilakukan oleh organisasi politik dalam negara.

Webinar dianjurkan bersama penggerak bersama Agenda Rakyat iaitu Aliran, Gerak, Pacos, Save Rivers, Suaram dan Undi18, serta Gagasan Belia. Agenda Rakyat didukung oleh 57 kelompok masyarakat sivil.

AGENDA RAKYAT – Lima perkara utama

  1. Tegakkan maruah serta kualiti kehidupan rakyat
  2. Galakkan pembangunan saksama, lestari serta tangani krisis alam sekitar
  3. Raikan kerencaman dan keterangkuman
  4. Selamatkan demokrasi dan angkatkan keluhuran undang-undang
  5. Lawan rasuah dan kronisme
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I doubt such webinar will be effective since the mass media like TV3, Awani, Utusan, BH, Komso etc do not educate people on corruption in its relation to religious teachings particularly Islam.


Most B40 folks do not care about corruption because it does not affect their pocket in the negative way (you know what positive way means).

But they are more concern about handouts, freebies and subsidies that make their daily expenditure comfortable.

So current price hike everywhere hit them badly. Opposition must convince them that the failed policies of PN and BN will continue to haunt them by shrinking their purchasing power, no thanks to poor performing Ringgit. Change is needed regardless of race and religion.


“Yayasan” funds created by politicians, despite ambiguities in their formation and sources of income from moral and legal perspectives, can channel aids to needy B40 which many critics allege such honourable acts as campaigning for votes come party and national elections.


In Malaysia, if you give gifts to civil servants as incentive for good performance is not considered corruption?


The webinar should have invited Jakim, PAS and Umno Youth to get their views on corruption.


Are you serious or is it a joke?

PAS us more interested in banning 4D and beer.


The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) has been linked to a troll farm that promotes the government and criticises its detractors, according to a report by tech giant Meta Quarterly Adversarial Threat Report – close to 1,000 Facebook and Instagram accounts as well as Facebook groups and pages have been removed for violating the platforms’ policy against coordinated inauthentic behaviour.



PAS’ Hadi claims non-Muslims, non-Bumiputera make up the bulk of ‘roots of corruption’


Therefore the webinar would have more interesting discussion if Hadi was invited to give his views.


So bloated already still want some more?

Want to become another Sri Lanka?


Civil Service is a big burden to pay their salary and pension. Need to cut down.


The federal government’s debt up until the end of June 2022 stands at RM1.045 trillion, or 63.8%, of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), Finance Minister Zafrul said.


The remaining debt commitment of 1MDB is RM32.08 billion as at June 30 with an estimated foreign exchange rate of US$1 to RM4.50, Zafrul said.



Daud Kilau (not Mat Kilau) singing the Malay classic “Hutang”:


Hutang Keliling Pinggang.

Stevie Ho

Keluarga Malaysia PM should wage Jihad on rasuah? He can get Hadi to assist Jakim?


No Keluarga Malaysia in our civil service


The government has spent RM5 million on its Keluarga Malaysia campaign.



Unfortunately Umno and PAS may not agree on this. They seldom condemn corruption, but focus on trivial matters like the length of skirt and alcohol matters.


Can PM Keluarga Malaysia explain why Petronas Azerbaijan (Shah Deniz) and Petronas South Caucasus were seized by bailiffs after a French arbitration court ruled in March that Malaysia had to pay the descendants of the Sultan of Sulu at least RM62.59 billion?


Soon we have Mat Sulu vs Petronas?

Another box office in the making?


Umno may need to lawan Waris Sulu?


National Assets Worth RM66 Billion At Risk – Everything Started After Najib Stopped Paying RM5,300 To Sulu In 2013



Wonder why some MPs have side gigs in government-linked companies (GLCs)? The answer is they have too much time, said former six-term Johor Bahru MP Shahrir Samad.

One solution to this, he said, is to make them do actual work as the people’s representatives and legislators.



Nobody will complain if our MPs have the high enough IQ. But most of them are not as smart as our jobless graduates. So for them to be executive directors in GLCs means incompetency will allow wrong decisions that meddle with the business operations.


Has Malaysia crossed the Rubicon?


A government which is fiscally and socially responsible; financially prudent, firm, fair and just in its policies towards all citizens without discrimination; and able to move us up to developed nation status as it is defined.

If every citizen can put their irrational fears aside and vote in a government that addresses this question, Malaysia can be saved from a likely oblivion.



Does Agenda Rakyat contain elements of ‘konsep Tasamuh” as advocated by Sabri in Keluarga Malaysia?



MBI Group founder Teow Wooi Huat (Teddy) was arrested yesterday in Bangkok over alleged money-laundering charges in connection with online betting south of Thailand.



Can Anil or readers highlight to us the locations for ‘Jualan Lebih Murah Keluarga Malaysia’ in Penang?


Also please highlight if the items are really cheaper and worth the trouble.

Tom Jerry

I told my son I will buy him the latest Nike sports shoes if he does well in his examination. But my friend told me this practice is not advisable as it gives wrong impression on young people to receive gifts is OK and is not a form of corruption.

What do you all think?


Nike American brand made in Vietnam etc outside Bolehland.

Buy Locally made Shoes, not necessarily RM40k but RM40 local brands like Pallas.

However, the irony is that though Pallas a local brand but due to shortage of foreign labour, the shoes likely imported from China.


Why we need foreign workers? There sooo many unemployed Youth especially Nons. Recently many news that they [allegedly] went to Cambodia, Indo to making scam phone calls. We have sooo many UNI and degree holders and everyone wants to be Mangers, Docs, Loyars. Latest TAR orso become UNi. Like AA, everyone can fly and orso become degree holder and no one wants to be a trade person?


Many unemployed graduates refuse to be involved in what foreign labours have done, not knowing they can pick up life lessons from there that cannot be learnt academically.

If you go to BJ Komplex area, you can see many Bangladeshi towkays doing good business our unemployed graduates can only be envious pf (in terms of ringgit earned a month).


Many local graduates willing to do 3D jobs in Singapore, nothing to be ashamed if no one recognize them, or the lure of Singapore dolar is irresistible?


Forget the propaganda from those extorting the labour shortage. In many other countries including “advanced” ones, locals do 3D jobs. The primary requirements are (a) protection from cheating (b) safety, incl. protective gear and conditions of work, tools and training.

A secondary factor is respect/lack of discrimination. This worsens with worsening general inequality, i.e., worsening plunder.


Cheating: under foreign pressure,
(a) one glove maker agreed to refund RM4,547-16,054/employee over 30 months [FMT 2020-07-09]
(b) another agreed to refund RM53m to 10,000 employees [FMT 2020-08-26], later admitted refunding RM150m [FMT 2021-04-16]
(c) an oil palm business refunded RM39m to 15,078 employees, set up RM43m fund to reimburse 19,565 ex-employees.


The Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4) yesterday called on Johor Menteri Besar Onn Hafiz Ghazi to auction off the pair of shoes he received from Johor’s Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar and use the proceeds to help the public.


The expensive shirts and watch worn by PM are also gifts? if so, from who? Arab Sheikh?


Gift to politicians not seen as corruption?

Najib set the precedent.


The Center to Combat Corruption & Cronyism (C4) has slammed Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Azam Baki for downplaying the country’s ranking on an internationally-recognised corruption index.



Corruption has not reached the level prevalent in Europe. Elected leaders and reps there allow European Commission to rule them and override national laws on all sorts of matters. They enrich the US arms industry and agree to buy US LNG at 7 times the alternative price.

Stevie Ho

Europeans will sweat in fuel price due to sanctions on Russia now no gas coming, problem acute as winter months are looming?

Boris Johnson is gone, many EU leaders may suffer the same fate as the people get disgruntled with inflation hitting them badly!

Tom Jerry

Now Britain could have Rishi, the Indian as their PM, a test of diversity and tolerance in UK.


The father could be a big fan of Rishi Kapoor to name his son the potentially Britain (still great?) PM?


Last time Great Britain plundered India.

Now Indians are getting even?

White supremacist must be worried.


US and UK (post Brexit) exert their influence on EU via NATO, including proxy war in Ukraine and financial sanctions on Russia – resulting in energy crisis and high inflation in Europe.