Kuala Lumpur rank 6th most dangerous city in the world

Malaysia Boleh Inc. is making headway to be in the top world ranking is everything, including crimes. Now the ratings are coming in, and this is the latest achievement in that direction. 

We found at least 2 videos that have Malaysian cities in the top ten list of their lists of most dangerous cities in the world or in Asia. Enjoy....




The Greatest Malaysian Scandal of Them All

1MDB financial scandal has accumulated a mind-boggling RM42 billion in debt. This easily qualifies it as the biggest scandal in the history of Malaysia. But why kill the goose that lays the golden egg – asked Federal Territories Minister Tengku Adnan, who happens to be one of prime minister Najib Razak’s bootlickers. If RM42 billions debt is what Mr Adnan considers as golden eggs, that speaks volumes about his intelligence.
 It’s a public knowledge that Najib administration loves to be surrounded by idiots and dumb like Tengku Adnan, Zahid Hamidi (Home Minister), Ismail Sabri (Agriculture Minister), Mazlan Ahmad (deputy Finance Minister) and the list goes on. Perhaps PM Najib himself is not that clever too, considering he actually didn’t complete his degree in the UK. By surrounding himself with idiots, that would make him feels like a genius.
Einstein - Be Friend with Stupid People Feel Genius All The Time
In fact, ministers like Mr Adnan, Zahid, Mazlan and Ismail make former premier Mahathir’s band of supposedly idiots such as ministers Samy Vellu, Ling Liong Sik and Lim Keng Yaik look like Einstein. Like it or not, this RM42 billion 1MDB – Mother of Scandals – will not have serious impact on Najib administration. Chances are high that the taxpayers money will be used for another bailout,as usual.
The 191 UMNO division heads (Ketua Bahagian) meeting today is nothing extraordinary but to lick PM Najib’s boots, in exchange for more government projects and favours. The 191 UMNO division heads will go back home with millions richer, while PM Najib will go home a happy man with supports to continue his prime-ministership. Losing RM42 billion is just like losing some Chicken Pepperoni Pizzas during its delivery.
1MDB mastermind is said to be Penang-born Low Taek Jho, or popularly known as Jho Low. Through some complex and sweet promises, he tried to con former chief minister of Sarawak, Abdul Taib Mahmud, who had a cash pile of RM2.23 billion in his now-defunct Utama Bank Group, from the sale of RHB Bank to EPF (Employees Provident Fund). In returns, Mr Taib was promised investments from Middle East and various property projects.
Of course, Jho Low’s game plan was merely flipping projects and in the process made hundreds of millions in cool profits. His Swan Symphone bought a 49% stake in Putrajaya Perdana Bhd from E&O Bhd for RM198 million but sold it for RM332 million – a cool RM134 million profit. Then he bought 45% stake in Loh & Loh Corp Bhd from Vistal Achievement Sdn Bhd for RM111 million and disposed it for RM124 million – a RM13 million in profit.
Jho Low was richer by RM147 million in those two flips alone, and the buyer (or rather sucker) was non other than Taib Mahmud’s Utama Banking Group (UBG). Amazingly, Mr Low further convinced Taib to spend RM456 million and RM350 million in Majestic Masterpiece Sdn Bhd and Global Capital respectively, of which both companies were owned by Jho Low himself. So far, UBG had spent RM1,262 million.
UBG further spent its cash pile by buying shares in Putrajaya Perdana and Loh & Loh that it did not already own for RM343 million and RM205 million respectively. In total, it had forked out RM1.81 billion, with zero investment into Taib Mahmud’s Sarawak Corridor of Renewal Energy (SCORE) or Iskandar projects, as promised earlier. The Taib family was paid RM465 million for a total exit from UBG, ultimately.
Project Uganda was the name given to buy over cash-rich UBG and loans to PetroSaudi. Interestingly, PetroSaudi has very little money. Sarawak-Report has exposed how the powerful Jho Low  took an authoritative role when he assured PetroSaudi Director Patrick Mahony that loans by 1MDB to PetroSaudi needed “no approval” from Bank Negara (Central Bank), which legally is untrue.
PetroSaudi subsequently received US$1 billion in loan from 1MDB in 2010. Jho Low claims the massive loans had been approved by the Malaysian Finance Minister, who happens to be prime minister Najib Razak himself (*grin*). This proves that Jho Low plays vital role in 1MDB, not a minor consultancy task as he had claimed earlier. This also proves the powerful prime minister Najib was involved in the scandal directly.
According to documents exposed by Sarawak-Report, PetroSaudi received US$500 million on July 26th and another US$500 million on September 8th, both in 2010. In the first transaction, PetroSaudi received US$340 million while the remaining US$160 million went to Jho Low’s company, Good Star.Tarek Obaid, as Director of PetroSaudi International (Seychelles), paid USD$260 million into its subsidiary Jarvace Sdn Bhd, which bought UBG.
In short, UBG was acquired by PetroSaudi, which got its capital (loans)  from 1MDB, which in turns got the money from taxpayers’ piggybank. If PetroSaudi was really a “cash-rich” company “owned by the Saudi Royal family” and close to the Saudi Government, as trumpeted by Malaysian government controlled-media, why should it borrowed billion of dollars from 1MDB?
Forget about idiots such as ministers Tengku Adnan, Zahid Hamidi, Ismail Sabri, Mazlan Ahmad and others. What this scandal demonstrates is how theAli-Baba business practice works in Malaysia. Ali refers to the UMNO-Malay-politicians while Baba refers to the Chinese-ethnic-cronies, often working together in projects for self-enrichment. But there’s nothing wrong with such business model.
What’s wrong is when taxpayers money were used, without proper approvals and transparencies, in half-cooked business dealings which eventually would require more public money for bailouts. Actually, former PM Mahathir should know better than to criticise at Najib’s 1MDB scandal. Scandals such as BMF, MAS, UEM-Renong, Perwaja, currency gambling and whatnot were some of Mahathir’s trophies.
The only difference is this – while Mahathir Mohamad’s multi-billion-dollar scandals happened domestically, Najib Razak’s multi-billion-dollar scandals occurred overseas, or to be precise – secretly in Cayman Islands. And just like all the Alis and Babas during Mahathir’s 22-year-rule, the “Baba” Jho Low in 1MDB scandal will walk away a free man. Unfortunately, the “Ali” in 1MDB is Najib Razak himself.
What are the lessons learnt from this scandal for Najib-Jho Low partnership? In their future business dealings, perhaps the flamboyant tycoon Low Taek Jho should stop being too high-profile. Maybe due to his look, he tries to compensate it with money, splashing boatloads of them, in order to rub shoulders (and other parts) with the Americans rich and famous. Jho Low should learn from tycoons such as Ananda Krishnan, Syed Mokhtar or Vincent Tan.
Nevertheless, one has to admit Jho Low is a genius, single-handedly conned the old fox and seasoned politician former chief minister of Sarawak, Abdul Taib Mahmud of his fortune. If Taib was just an ordinary tycoon without the political strings, we bet our last penny that Mr Low Taek Jho wouldn’t have much problem cleaning up billionaire Taib Mahmud’s coffer, every single penny of them.

Father-daughter Sex Affair Busted

Police arrested a 60 year old man in a hotel room where he was having sex with his 30-something-year old daughter.

The 60 year old man told religious department officers that incest was permissible because his daughter had taken a vow of slavery.


The man was in his shorts while his daughter was naked under the sheets when officers raided the room. The officers also discovered sex pills and condoms in the room.

The father matter of factly told officers that his sex partner was his biological daughter who lived in Indonesia with his second wife. The man claimed his religious instructor in Indonesia told him his daughter only needed to recite a vow of slavery three times and she would be ‘halal’ to have sex with her family members.

Although held over night, the two have been released on bail and the case is still under investigation.

Balcony Scandal in Kuala Lumpur

A neighbor's video of an unidentified couple having sex on their balcony in Kuala Lumpur has gone viral and sparked controversy online. The couple was filmed for half an hour during their lovemaking session in broad daylight.


If they are identified, the couple might face charges of indecent exposure or for oral copulation, which is illegal in Malaysia. But in a surprising twist, the neighbor who filmed them might face criminal charges for distributing pornographic material, which is also illegal in Malaysia.


Sex scandal on Malaysia Airlines: Chief steward put his hands in female passenger’s pants


An Australian woman has accused a senior Malaysian Airlines flight steward of sexual assault on a Kuala Lumpur to Paris flight.

Laura Bushney, 26, said she was raped by the chief steward, Mohd Rosli Bin Ab Karim, 54, during a flight to Paris on August 4th.

The incident started after Bushney said she was scared to fly with the airline after the mysterious disappearance of MH 370 and the shooting down of MH 17.

Rosli was sent to Bushney to ‘comfort’ her. Bushney said he sat next to her, put her legs on his lap and massaged them. She said she could easily tell he was physically aroused. Rosli then allegedly put his hand in her pants and touched her genitals.

After the unwanted advances, Rosli came back to apologize while Bushney recorded it with her phone. Bushney was later moved to first class where Rosli went up to her again and begged her not to take the matter further because he has a wife.

The case is still under investigation by French authorities and Malaysia Airlines says it will cooperate fully.

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Scandalous Minister Raped his Indonesian Maid : Wikileaks


KUALA LUMPUR: Information, Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim has refuted allegations that he raped his Indonesian maid in 2007.

"I refute the allegations, whether they are about raping any individual four years ago (2007) or any other allegation, raised by bloggers on the Internet or by any political entity," he said in a statement on Wednesday.

He described the allegations against him in blog reports and by the Opposition as "heaps of libellous statements and awful, ugly and wicked lies".

"I state readily that any report by anyone so far related to this matter should be investigated under the country's laws," he said.

Dr Rais said he and his family members were prepared to extend full cooperation in such an investigation, and would accept and comply with any outcome of the official probe.

The allegations against a senior Malaysian Cabinet minister were contained in cables made public by whistle-blowing website Wikileaks.

Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia (SAMM) head Badrul Hisham Shaharin, or better known as Chegu Bard said it was strange that the minister had remained quiet although it had been days since the issue was first raised.

"As far as we are concerned, he is only guilty until proven guilty. He is still an innocent party but he must come forward and say something...Malaysians would assume that he is guilty if he continues to keep quiet," he said.

Badrul Hisham said this before lodging a report on the matter at the Seremban 2 police station here.

"He must say something because almost every blogger isl talking about it. Although he is still innocent, the manner his name is being mentioned shows that he is guilty of the crime as he has chose to remain silent," he said.

Following the revelation by Wikileaks, Migrant Care, a non-governmental organisation which looked into the wellbeing of Indonesian workers lodged a police report claiming that the victim was allegedly raped in Feb 2007. She was then deported to Indonesia.

Badul Hisham said since the minister had made a police report against a blogger immediately after the latter claimed that there were irregularities in the awarding of contracts in his ministry, it was only proper for the minister to respond to the latest allegation promptly.

"We are worried that being a senior minister, he can be blackmailed if he does not openly deny the charge. This will eventually become a problem to national security," he said.

He said the police should also immediately start a probe into the allegation.

"If the police remains quiet, then the people would say that ministers are a privileged lot and given special protection," he said adding that the minister should be suspended from his official duties pending the outcome of the investigations.

Badrul Hisham said if the authorities failed to address then allegation, this could cause unnecessary tension in ties between Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta.

"We are giving the police 14 days to begin its probe into the allegation failing which we would be forced to adopt more drastic measures to compel the authorities to do so," he said.

Meanwhile, PKR Youth said it believed the allegations concerning the rape of an Indonesian domestic helper by a Malaysian minister are true, said Youth head Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin.

"PKR Youth views such revelations seriously. The incident happened on Feb 19, 2007 but the (survivor) has been forced to keep mum as threats were made against her," he claimed in a statement in a news portal.

He said no action had been taken against the minister for fear of regional conflict.

"The issue is being hotly debated in the cyber-world. As to the validity of the allegation, only (the minister) and God know (the truth)," he said, adding that the issue would affect ties between Malaysia and Indonesia if no action was taken.

He urged for an in-depth investigation to be conducted.

"The minister concerned should also come forward and set the record straight if there is no truth to the allegation," he said.

He said PKR Youth would conduct a fact-finding mission to Indonesian non-govermental organisation Migrant Care who wrote the report after interviewing the victim, as well as to other Indonesian agencies.

The website also quoted Shamsul as saying that PKR Youth member, Badrul Hisham Shaharin - better known as Chegubard - planned to lodge a police report on the issue.

On Monday, Malaysiakini published a story entitled "Alleged rape victim fears minister's reach" in which it quoted a purported letter by the victim's younger sister who wanted justice to be done.

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Here is some of the leaked messages thru Wikileaks....
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We Are Extremely Concern About The Alarming Increases In Number Of Such Rape And Physical Abuses Incidents Happened In Malaysia Two Years Ago We Failed To Advocate For An Indonesian Maid Who Was Raped By A Minister From Kedah We Wish To Express Our Gratitude Towards The Concern Of Ok Kita Tinggalkan Isu Rais Yatim Pasal Kes Rogol Amah Indon Tu Cuma Kita Nak Tunggu Samada RTM12 Dan 3 Serta Akhbar2 Pencacai Sekalian Nak Mainkan 3 Beberapa Jam Yang Lalu

Pak Lah Covered Up Ministers Rape Case According To Popular Blog Rockys Bru An International Nongovernmental Organisation Had Also Reported That The Alleged Rape Happened In Kuala Lumpur 11 Beberapa Jam Yang Lalu

Why Corruption is Not a Scandal in Malaysia

Like it or not, corruption has been part and parcel of Malaysian culture, thanks to Father of Corruption – Mahathir Mohamad. That was why a study done some moons ago found that graduates actually thought corruption was not such a big deal after all.

Corruption has been ingrained into the mindset of Malaysian citizens so much so that it’s almost legal and inseparable entity from daily lifes. Corruption was like lion-dance during Chinese New Year and “meriam-buloh” during Hari Raya festivals.

While Malaysian Chinese consider corruption as a main ingredient to get business going, Malaysian Malays consider corruption as “rezeki”. That’s why the opposition can only go so far by drumming government massive corruptions as the reason why they should be booted from Putrajaya.

Malaysia Corruption - Cost of Doing Business


Do you really think corruption will disappear into thin air after opposition wins the next general election and form the federal government? Why do you think everybody rush to lick Lim Guan Eng and Anwar Ibrahim boots to be fielded as candidates? And do you really think Sabah’s King of Frogs Jeffrey Kitingan, Wilfred Bumburing and Yong Teck Lee really want to take care of the Sabahan?

Pleeeeze!!! With the exception of probably Lim Kit Siang and Nik Aziz, you can’t really trust the rest of the opposition politicians. If they have no intention of enriching themselves, then President Obama is still a virgin.

Ever wonder why Mahathir confidently declared he will not leave the country before the next election results are announced? That’s because he was dead sure the current corrupt regime will still form the next federal government.