Facts, Lies or Gossip?

26 March 2017

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Urban Dictionary: Ali Baba

Top Definition
Generic slang term used in the Mid-East region for “bad guy”. Comes from the fable ‘Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves’.
When non-English speaking middle-easterners want to point out terrorists, criminals, and assorted scum to US troops they point and yell, “Ali Baba! Ali Baba!”
by KlubMarcus August 04, 2005
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Ali Baba is used generally in the middle East meaning to steal, this pre-dates the Iraq war. The term relates mainly to petty theft.
Someone will ali baba that if you leave it there

by Mark Baker January 19, 2007

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Ali%20Baba

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Is Jack Ma bringing Alibaba to KL?

Alibaba to launch regional distribution hub in Malaysia
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March 19, 2017: Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Limited plans to set up a regional distribution hub in Malaysia to cater to its fast-growing business in the region, two sources aware of the discussions said.
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The hub would be sited within KLIA Aeropolis, a 24,700-acre development led by airport operator Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) that is expected to generate more than 7 billion ringgit ($1.58 billion) worth of domestic and foreign investments.
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Alibaba executive chairman Jack Ma and Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak are expected to announce the plans at an

http://bit.ly/2mB1jcU

23 March 2017

Lena Hendry fined RM10,000.

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Is it because Dato T used Groupon?

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Conviction and fine for Lena Hendry brings shame on Malaysia. Our statement: Defend

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Malaysians Must Know the TRUTH

Friday, June 24, 2011

Sex video: Datuk T trio pleads guilty, fined RM5,500

The three individuals behind the sex tape which featured a man resembling Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim were charged in Kuala Lumpur Magistrate’s Court today and slapped with a fine of up to RM3,000.
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This came three months after they screened the video at a hotel to a group of journalists.
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Businessman Shazryl Eskay Abdullah and former Perkasa treasurer Shuib Lazim were jointly charged with possession and distribution of pornography under Section 292(a) of the Penal Code.
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They had allegedly committed the offence between 10.30am and 12pm at the Carcosa Seri Negara hotel on March 21.
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Meanwhile, former Malacca chief minister Rahim Thamby Chik was charged with abetment under Section 109 of the Penal Code.

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asiaone

Sex video case: Datuk T trio fined for showing obscene film

KUALA LUMPUR – Businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah and former Perkasa treasurer-general Datuk Shuaib Lazim were fined RM3,000 in default three months jail and RM1,500 in default two months jail respectively, for openly displaying an obscene film at Carcosa Seri Negara on March 21 this year.

Former Malacca chief minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik, who was charged with abetting them, was fined RM1,000 ($1,200) in default one month jail.

http://news.asiaone.com/News/AsiaOne+News/Malaysia/Story/A1Story20110624-285804.html

21 March 2017

Will those Very Big Shots be rubbing shoulders with us at mamak stalls?

GE14 is around d corner. Ministers are now traveling in Y class with ordinary rakyat. Sandiwara begins. You may c them eating at road stalls
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17 March 2017

Sarawak hunts 87 North Koreans with expired work permits

KUCHING: The hunt is on in Sarawak for another 87 North Koreans whose work permit has expired.

The authorities had earlier picked up 53 North Koreans for being in the country without valid work permits. They are expected to be deported soon.

Deputy Home Minister Masir Kujat told The Borneo Post yesterday that locating the 87 North Koreans was the top priority of the police and the Immigration Department.

“For the North Korean workers who have valid working permits and documents, if they want to go back, they can be sent back. The question now is whether their employers are willing to let them go,” he said.

There are 36 North Koreans holding working permits in the state.

It was recently revealed that 176 North Koreans were working in the construction and mining sectors in the state but that 140 had been staying here as illegal workers.

On March 7, police and immigration officers detained 37 of them at Kuala Tatau and on March 13, another 16 were detained in Lawas, The Borneo Post reported.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/03/17/sarawak-hunts-87-north-koreans-with-expired-work-permits/

12 March 2017

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All the DPM’s work…

DPM Zahid:2014-2017 2453 North Koreans once in Msia. 801 on temp work permits, 193 MySecondHome program,11 students,180 miners,now 315 left

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193 N. Koreans choose Malaysia as second home since 2014: Zahid

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Govt should explain North Korean participation in MM2H, says former diplomat

PETALING JAYA: The government should provide an explanation on how almost 200 North Koreans were able to participate in the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme since 2014, says former diplomat Datuk Noor Farida Ariffin.

Surprised by the North Korean participation in the MM2H, Noor Farida said the matter is a great cause for concern.

“I think Malaysians generally are not just curious but appalled at the sheer lack of wisdom on the part of our Home Ministry in allowing visa-free travel to Malaysia for North Koreans.

“This is normally done on the basis of reciprocity. But how many Malaysians are interested in touring a country like North Korea?”she asked.

Speaking to theSun today, Noor Farida also questioned the security vetting by the police as part of the MM2H programme, claiming that North Korea is known to send spies to other countries.

“Our authorities appear to have a lax attitude towards our country’s security. This is unacceptable,” she added.

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TAWAU: Only 315 North Koreans remain in Malaysia at the present time, and they include students, Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) participants, as well as workers in various sectors.

They are the remnants of 2,453 North Koreans residing in this country between 2014 and this year, according to Immigration statistics, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi revealed today.

“Out of the 2,453, 11 were students and 801 were under temporary work visit permits, (including) 180 miners in Sarawak.

“But in our current records, only 315 are still here (as of today). The rest must have returned to their home country,” he said to reporters after launching the ‘Jalinan Kasih’ carnival at the municipal field here.

Zahid said the movements of the 315 will not be monitored, but methods exist which can be used to oversee things, especially when “negative elements” surface.

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Of an UMNO man, Glocom and North Korean arms sales from Malaysia.

On 1 March, we quoted the following:

…International media had quoted a UN report as saying Glocom, a front company run by North Korean intelligence agents in the federal capital here, had violated UN sanctions by selling the equipment.

Mustapha had previously held the positions of vice-chairman of the Seputeh Umno Youth division, Seputeh Umno information chief, Umno Youth international bureau secretary and Umno international bureau secretary.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/03/01/umno-veteran-says-north-korean-deals-strictly-business/

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This is the UMNO man, Mustapha Yaakub, secretary of Umno Veterans.

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Glocom is a front company run by North Korean intelligence agents that sells battlefield radio equipment in violation of UN sanctions. It has been re-registered as International Golden Services (IGS). Glocom’s local contact was Mustapha Yaakub, and since 2014 he has been listed as a director of IGS. Mustapha is also the secretary of Umno Veterans.

The North Koreans  were selling weaponry from Malaysian shores in clear contravention of a UN Security Council resolution.

Glocom says that it has $10m annual revenue and 50+ markets

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Sumisha Naidu

@SumishaCNA

UMNO man part of company selling N. Korea battlefield radios for 3 yrs before realising it violated UN sanctions http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/malaysian-admits-selling-battlefield-radios-to-north-koreans-in/3555526.html 

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Read the latest on GLOCOM

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Mar 6

Cute claim that they never sold anything. Glocom says: $10m annual revenue and 50+ markets

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Malaysian admits trying to sell North Korean battlefield radios in violation of UN sanctions

KUALA LUMPUR: The secretary-general of the veterans association for Malaysia’s ruling party UMNO said on Tuesday (Feb 28) that he was part of a company that tried to sell North Korean battlefield radio equipment for about three years, before realising it was in violation of United Nations sanctions.

Mr Mustapha Yaakub had been a director at International Global System and International Golden Services, companies which were set up in 2005 with three North Koreans. He said he was introduced to them by a North Korean embassy official whom he believes was the second secretary.

They attempted to sell Glocom battlefield radios in Malaysia and planned to do so internationally as well before Mr Mustapha ordered the company to shut down “about three years later”.

Glocom is a front company run by North Korean intelligence agents that sells battlefield radio equipment in violation of UN sanctions, reported Reuters on Monday, citing a UN draft report for the Security Council.

It is controlled by the Reconnaissance General Bureau, the North Korean intelligence agency tasked with overseas operations and weapons procurement, the report said, citing undisclosed information it obtained.

Despite exhibiting the products, Mr Mustapha said not a single unit was sold as there were no buyers.

“There were already sanctions but I didn’t know the products were under UN sanctions until after we were advised by the police and the Ministry of International Trade and Industry,” Mr Mustapha told Channel NewsAsia and Japanese media at his office. “When we knew the products were not sellable by the market because of the sanctions, we quickly decided to close the company,” he explained.

“I don’t know if Glocom is really a company belonging to North Korean intelligence,” he added. “I only know that Glocom is the products we were going to market that’s all … We purely meant business. I accepted a partnership (offer) from North Korea as a businessman without further investigating their background.”

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/malaysian-admits-selling-battlefield-radios-to-north-koreans-in/3555526.html

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Mar 10

Our ties with Pyongyang: What we didn’t know

March 11, 2017

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After last month’s assassination, the Reuters news agency dug up more evidence of North Korea’s links with Malaysia. The most explosive of them caused alarm bells to peal wildly in Putrajaya. Apparently, North Korean intelligence agents ran an office in Kuala Lumpur’s Little India, from where they sold battlefield radio equipment in violation of a United Nations arms embargo on Pyongyang.

The company selling the equipment is called Glocom. Were Malaysian authorities aware or unaware of what was happening under their noses? The contravention of the UN embargo is certainly unsettling news, considering that Malaysia was elected president of the UN Security Council for two consecutive terms.

Glocom has claimed that it is no longer operating. Its website has been re-registered as International Golden Services (IGS).

Glocom’s local contact was Mustapha Yaakub, and since 2014 he has been listed as a director of IGS. Mustapha is also the secretary of Umno Veterans.

Reuter’s revelation exposed  this and tarnished our reputation as a respected member of the UN. In simple terms, the North Koreans  were selling weaponry from Malaysian shores in clear contravention of a UN Security Council resolution.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/2017/03/11/our-ties-with-pyongyang-what-we-didnt-know/

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Mar 8

What the Glocom scandal tells us about the N.Korean military’s new capabilities
The company’s brochures reveal North Korea may be better equipped than we thought
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In South Korea, we often use the terms such as “house poor” or “car poor” to describe those who are living in a poor condition after spending too much on a house or a car.

In that sense, North Korea is “WMD poor”, and is still widely using pre-WW2 equipment, after spending a tremendous amount of its national resources upgrading its Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD).

Until now, many South Korean military experts believed that the Korean People’s Army (KPA) would use the archaic “human-wave strategy” during times of war to overcome the disadvantages coming from its outdated equipment.

But we may have been wrong.

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NOT JUST A WALKIE-TALKIE COMPANY

Earlier this week, Reuters reported on a “North Korean spy agency” running an “arms operation out of Malaysia.”

According to the piece, “North Korean intelligence agents” were behind the setting up and running of a military equipment company called Glocom in Malaysia: an act, it argued, that would be a direct violation of UN sanctions.

But it is not the violation of sanctions that worries me, but what the company’s product brochures show: that the KPA has made huge progress in the technology available to it.

North Korea is “WMD poor” – or so we thought

What Glocom is selling is not just walkie-talkies, it is military equipment that will significantly improve the KPA’s C4I capability, should it be implemented correctly.

This acronym stands for Command, Control, Communication, Computer and Intelligence, and is a core communications system that could be considered the “nerve system” of a modern army.
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All of the equipment that Glocom has allegedly sold so far hints at the level of KPA’s C4I capability, and if what Glocom is claiming is true, then it is highly possible that the KPA has so far surpassed our expectations.

For more:

1 March 2017

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Umno veteran says North Korean deals ‘strictly business’

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Veteran Umno leader admits to role in N Korean spy company
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A veteran Umno secretary-general, Mustapha Ya’akub, has admitted his involvement in setting up a company, International Global System (M) Sdn Bhd (IGS), which was linked to Glocom company (Global Communications Co) selling battlefield radios from North Korea.

Mustapha said his involvement was strictly business, following recommendation by the North Korean Embassy.

He told Bernama yesterday that IGS was set up in 2005 with two partners from the republic, whom he knew as ‘Madam Ryang’ and ‘Madam Pyon’, to market the products manufactured by Glocom, the military equipment company.

According to Mustapha, the company was later run by a North Korean man identified as Kim Chang-hyok, as its manager.

“I knew Glocom was a North Korean product but I didn’t know that the country was sanctioned by the United Nations (UN).

“Our relationship was strictly business. I knew them after being introduced by the North Korean Embassy… according to the embassy, they were looking for partners to market their products in Malaysia,” he said when contacted here.

Mustapha said he agreed to do business with them after finding that several communication products were then marketable in Malaysia and Asia.

“However, we decided to close down IGS after realising that all North Korean products were banned by the UN, and also upon advice by Bukit Aman police and the International Trade and Industry Ministry.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/374089?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

11 March 2017

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The rumour spreading on social media:

These are artificial fingers imported from Chin and supposed to be used by unscrupulous people at GE 14.

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10 March 2017

Mar 10

EC guarantees no artificial fingers in coming polls

The Election Commission (EC) today assured it will not allow artificial fingers to be used by certain parties for fraud purposes in the coming general election.

Its chairperson Mohd Hashim Abdullah, who gave the assurance, also assured that the electoral process conducted is clean, transparent and free of any fraud and irregularities.

He issued the statement today following an allegation by a Selangor state assemblyperson that artificial fingers were imported from China by certain parties to be used for fraud purposes in the coming general election in order to retain the existing regime.

“In addition, the source of an image of an artificial finger and a bottle of ink that went viral on social media has been identified.

“EC will ensure there will not be any fraud or irregularities in the polling process,” he said, adding that any such attempts to sabotage the electoral system in Malaysia would be subjected to legal action.

Mohd Hashim said the EC was taking the allegation and viral message seriously and was investigating them.

He said EC had identified that the source of the image was believed to have been taken from the akikofujita.com website that published an article ‘Prosthetic Fingers Help Reform Former Yakuza Members’ on Dec 16, 2013.

The image was later used by certain parties in Indonesia purportedly for the ongoing 2017 Indonesian election, he said.

Bernama

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/375307

10 March 2017

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Is this related to MACC’s estimate that 54% of civil servants under 40 is corrupt? They don’t earn enough.

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Number of public servants with diploma qualifications and below
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‘Over 500k gov’t servants joined with SPM certs or lower’

Over half a million people have joined the civil service with just an SPM certificate or lower as their academic qualifications, official statistics reveal.

In a written parliamentary reply on Wednesday, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Azalina Othman Said said as of Jan 1 this year, the civil service employed 275,375 SPM certificate holders.

A further 231,972 public servants were employed with either PMR, PT3, or UPSR as their only paper qualifications.

Meanwhile some 35,000 civil servants are STPM holders, while almost 192,000 have diplomas. Statistics for those hired with degrees or higher were not provided.

The percentage of public servants who joined with SPM qualifications or lower is 36.8 percent of the 1.38 million-strong civil service.

They also make up two-thirds of all support staff which numbers 785,000 people in the civil service.

Second Finance Minister Johari Abdul Ghani had said there is one civil servant for every 19.37 Malaysian, one of the highest ratio in the world.

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IGP MUST BE JOKING! AT LEAST 15 MALAY-LOOKING MEN IN SEVERAL BIG CARS STOPPED PASTOR RAYMOND KOH?

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Suspect arrested over abduction of pastor (Updated)

PETALING JAYA: Police have made a breakthrough in their investigation into the abduction of Pastor Raymond Koh Keng Joo with the detention of a a 32-year-old suspect.The suspect was detained in Ampang, Selangor at 3.30am today after he made a ransom demand to Koh’s family in exchange for his release.

Koh was abducted on Feb 13.

Selangor police chief Commissioner Datuk Seri Abdul Samah Mat said the suspect has been remanded for four days.

“The suspect had contacted the victim’s family a day earlier (Wednesday) and asked for an amount of ransom in exchange for his release.

“The man was remanded at the Petaling Jaya Magistrate Court to facilitate investigations under the Section 365 of the Penal Code for abduction and Section 385 of the same code for extortion,” he said in a statement today.

However, Abdul Samah remained mum on whether police have managed to determine the whereabouts of the pastor.

http://www.thesundaily.my/news/2188703?utm_content=buffercd35a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

9 March 2017

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MACC raids exco’s home, seizes Vellfire, cash and handbags

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Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) raided the home of Johor exco Abd Latif Bandi and sized 150 handbags, a luxury vehicle and RM41,000.

A photograph of the handbags showed various luxury brands including Chanel, Hermes, Prada, Louis Vuitton and Gucci.

Also confiscated was a Toyota Vellfire, a luxury MPV.

According to a MACC source, the raid took place at around 11am, shortly after Abdul Latif was arrested at the MACC office in Johor Baru where he was being questioned.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/375180?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

7 March 2017

DO WE REALLY HAVE AN OKU MENTERI?

16m16 minutes ago

Is this menteri a OKU? Disgusting. Anyone know who is this inconsiderate menteri?

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3 March 2017

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2h2 hours ago

Melayu ramai jadi pengerusi, pengarah, CEO GLC itu ini. Ada bergaji lebih RM85,000 sebulan. Bonus belum kira. Kenapa GLC jadi lubuk rasuah?
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Didakwa SPRM. 🔴Tan Sri Bank Rakyat: RM14.99j 🔴Datuk DBKL: RM4.4j 🔴Datuk JKR: RM1.28j 🔴Datuk TH: RM1.57j 🔴Datuk FELDA: RM47.6j Hidup Melayu!

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13h13 hours ago

Ex-GLC CEO faces money laundering charges
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A former chief executive officer of a Tabung Haji associate company, TH Heavy Engineering Bhd was charged in the Sessions Court here today, with two counts of money-laundering amounting to RM1 million, four years ago.

Nor Badli Munawir Mohamad Alias Latfi 51, pleaded not guilty to both the charges read out to him before Judge Madihah Harullah.

“I request for a court hearing,” he said, looking calm after a court interpreter read out the charges.

Nor Badli allegedly received cash RM430,000 from Corak Intoil company director Mohd Razip Mohammad and another RM570,000 from RL Offshore director Hanaffi Daud, which were from illegal proceeds.

The offences were committed at Fabricators Sdn Bhd, Menara UOA Bangsar, No 5, Jalan Bangsar Utama between 2pm and 4pm on June 27, 2013 and at Leaf Dining Restaurant at Solaris Mont Kiara in Kuala Lumpur, between 3pm and 4pm on Nov 1, 2013.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/374322?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

2 March 2017

How did Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) become UNIVERSITI PENIS?

33m33 minutes ago

Simon Thong Retweeted Samuel John

Freudian slip?

Simon Thong added,

1 March 2017

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…International media had quoted a UN report as saying Glocom, a front company run by North Korean intelligence agents in the federal capital here, had violated UN sanctions by selling the equipment.

Mustapha had previously held the positions of vice-chairman of the Seputeh Umno Youth division, Seputeh Umno information chief, Umno Youth international bureau secretary and Umno international bureau secretary.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/03/01/umno-veteran-says-north-korean-deals-strictly-business/

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48m48 minutes ago

Umno veteran says North Korean deals ‘strictly business’

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10m10 minutes ago

Veteran Umno leader admits to role in N Korean spy company
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A veteran Umno secretary-general, Mustapha Ya’akub, has admitted his involvement in setting up a company, International Global System (M) Sdn Bhd (IGS), which was linked to Glocom company (Global Communications Co) selling battlefield radios from North Korea.

Mustapha said his involvement was strictly business, following recommendation by the North Korean Embassy.

He told Bernama yesterday that IGS was set up in 2005 with two partners from the republic, whom he knew as ‘Madam Ryang’ and ‘Madam Pyon’, to market the products manufactured by Glocom, the military equipment company.

According to Mustapha, the company was later run by a North Korean man identified as Kim Chang-hyok, as its manager.

“I knew Glocom was a North Korean product but I didn’t know that the country was sanctioned by the United Nations (UN).

“Our relationship was strictly business. I knew them after being introduced by the North Korean Embassy… according to the embassy, they were looking for partners to market their products in Malaysia,” he said when contacted here.

Mustapha said he agreed to do business with them after finding that several communication products were then marketable in Malaysia and Asia.

“However, we decided to close down IGS after realising that all North Korean products were banned by the UN, and also upon advice by Bukit Aman police and the International Trade and Industry Ministry.

https://www.malaysiakini.com/news/374089?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

28 Feb 2017

Is it true that a Tiger is a Lion is a Tiger is a Lion is a Tiger…?

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27 Feb 2017

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Ada juga ka orang Nama macam ni?


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SO DID HE GET A CALL FROM MCMC TO TAKE THE VIDEO DOWN?

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Fri: Gets a call from MCMC to take down video Sat: Daughter of PM who the MCMC was founded under shares our video

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Anyway since the MCMC is monitoring what I post I’d like to say Najib is the best PM Malaysia has ever had

Even The Demigod’s daughter are praising your video..

lol keep going. Satire is deeply needed

Hello Haikal. Saw your tweet about mcmc asking the video to be taken down. Is that for real? Syed from Malay Mail Online btw

a good satirical video should be left for others’ enjoyment. Mcmc no fun

I hope you didn’t take it down…. It was hilarious

19h19 hours ago

Simon Thong Retweeted Thanh Moccasin

Back to the past of squatting

Simon Thong added,

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 http://viralbubble.us/things-you-had-no-idea-youve-been-using-wrong-this-entire-time/?utm_campaign=twilikes&utm_source=1073&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=twilikes

24 Feb 2017

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IS IT TRUE THAT CRITICIZING A MINISTER IS TREASON?

Either this guy is trolling or i’m seeing real life hyper macais. Also its treason to criticize minister. He lost the plot innit

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The current generation of Q7 sells from RM524,000.

6m6 minutes ago

Yindian Retweeted Zurairi AR

Mangkuk ayun ko beli ape² saja TAPI duit tu dtg dari mana?

Yindian added,

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Malay Mail Online

PAS MP: My right to buy luxury Audi SUV for wife

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 22 — Under fire for gifting his wife a luxury Audi Q7 sports utility vehicle (SUV), PAS MP Datuk Dr Khairuddin Aman Razali said today he has a right to buy it since he could afford it.

Khairuddin, the information chief for the Islamist party’s Ulama wing, claimed that the purchase of the luxury car was a petty issue that got blown out of proportion to distract from PAS’ proposal to allow Shariah courts to sentence harsher punishments.

“This is a petty issue. I have a right to buy anything I want. I could even buy a lorry or a plane, it is none of their business,” Khairuddin was quoted as saying by The Star Online.

“I bought the car using legitimate sources and I could afford it,” the Kuala Nerus MP added.

Khairuddin also blamed “socialist groups” for the accusations, but did not elaborate.

The issue cropped up after a Facebook post by one Datin Norhayati Abd Malek, believed to be Khairuddin’s wife, announcing her new car as given to her by her husband. The post has since been deleted.

– See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/pas-mp-my-right-to-buy-luxury-audi-suv-for-wife?utm_content=buffer4c8db&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer#sthash.f1enE8WI.dpuf

In bolehland Malaysia any foolish things can happen. This is part of gov led by kleptomaniac. 😁😁👍👍🍻🍻

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22 Feb 2017

Ni baru Haji Hadi belum Haji Najib lagi…

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Does PAS spiritual leader Hashim Jasin drive a Proton Saga or a Porsche Cayman? Or both? It looks like he owns a Porsche even if he doesn’t drive it….

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