P/s: How did he manage to get the fund as much as US$1 trillion? American’s funder?? Jews?? I really doubt it. Now, we have the missing jigsaw puzzles to be put into its places. The point is, I've figure out just now the reason why he went there (Indonesia) for couple of days for an urgent meeting with some of his prominent colleagues. In fact, if I'm not mistaken, based on the credible source of news I got, he went to the USS carrier (docking at the unknown location of the coastal region of Indonesia) for a special 'meeting' with the Indonesia's President as well for acquiring some sort of 'huge amount' of money from the respective renowned international bank (the name of the bank can't be disclosed). If everything goes well-planned, the money will be transferred into Bank Negara's special account once the consent from all 'Raja-Raja Melayu Nusantara' have been achieved successfully including from the 'Kesultanan Sulu and Brunei'. Where do you think they get all this wealth??? GOLD!!!!! Yes, they've huge reserved of gold in that particular bank waiting to be used and dissolved for the sake of our country future development and generation as well. 'Daulat Tuanku'!!!!
THE STAR ONLINE: Today Pakatan Rakyat leaders have submitted a letter to the Prime Minister requesting him to call an emergency session of Parliament to deliberate a motion of censure against the leadership of YAB Dato’ Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi no later than Tuesday 23 September 2008.
This is in accordance with Order 11(3) of the Standing Orders of Parliament and warrants an immediate response given the gravity of today’s political impasse. A delay in his response would be interpreted as nothing short of a further sabotage of the democratic process and abuse of Executive Power.
The Prime Minister’s haggling on the syntax of our first letter is puerile at best. The intent of our meeting as described in that letter was clearly to discuss the future course of the nation’s leadership - though in deference to his position and in accordance with acceptable norms we remain considerate and polite in our approach. I find the Prime Minister’s comment about me in his press conference yesterday to be reckless and irresponsible in light of the disastrous outcome of last Friday’s ISA raids.
He has conflated what is essentially an issue of democracy, freedom and the rule of law with national security. The use of the ISA to harass and detain duly elected political opponents is a grave transgression of the law and its continued use would further erode confidence in the current government and exacerbate political instability. As the incumbent Prime Minister actively holding office and exercising all Executive powers, and as the outgoing Finance Minister, we hold him fully accountable for the current political turmoil and mismanagement of the nation’s economy. His accusation that I have had an adverse impact on the nation’s economy is entirely without basis.
I have met with the key fund managers in the region, representing over US$1 trillion in assets, and on multiple occasions they were unanimously in support of comprehensive reforms in Malaysia including judicial independence, a free media, a more professional police force and anti-corruption agency, investor friendly laws and assurances on the non-interference of politicians in the governance of Bank Negara. These are policies Pakatan Rakyat has promised to implement-and initiatives that the current administration has done virtually nothing to advance since March 8th.
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