- Malaysian Dr Shaiful Aizad (former President ISMA Australia) and a trans patient. In Sydney.
- The RM1,000 fine: CCTV released by Nur Izzati Aqilah Lokman Hakim shows that the police were mistaken but Johor police chief Ayub Khan believed his men (of course)...
- Signal is a US govt operation, having been created and funded by a CIA spin-off: Is it true?
- Another medical frontliner who couldn't take it anymore? He jumped. At Ipoh GH.
- Dr Ralph Baric didn't create Covid-19...
- Joe Biden's bodyguard: Idiot posts fake news on Youtube that David Cho is Chinese, that Communist China is protecting Biden. No, David Cho is Korean American!
- Portland riots after Biden's Inauguration!
- Why some men would rush for the Covid-19 vaccine: It leads to penis enlargement! If only it were true...
- Nazri Aziz's glamorous wife is a PUI: It's my private beach!
- Nora Danish and Nedim Nazri
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Daily Archives: July 17, 2020
.. Ticket prices are RM36 for single occupancy cars, RM42 for couples and RM46 for a family of four, including popcorns and soft drinks or water. Moviegoers are to arrive 45 minutes before screen time and smaller cars will be … Continue reading
.. Staff at Top Glove factories in Malaysia have provided disturbing evidence about their working conditions. https://t.co/oKp1nRptlL — 𝗔𝘆𝘀𝗵𝗮 𝗥𝗶𝗱𝘇𝘂𝗮𝗻 (@ayshardzn) July 17, 2020
Singapore researchers discover antibodies that can neutralise coronavirus, paving way for better treatment
.. #NSTnation "One must ask the question why this relentless witch hunt? Why this smear campaign to discredit?" Jalil asked.https://t.co/zIPolcT28W#PNB #JalilRasheed — New Straits Times (@NST_Online) July 17, 2020 .. Abdul Jalil Rasheed says proper checks will suggest why the … Continue reading
.. 1. Short thread on my thoughts on Jalil Rasheed (ex-PNB CEO) and his UOL / LSE degree. — Ong Kian Ming 🇲🇾 (@imokman) July 17, 2020 3. I have not communicated with Jalil on the reason for his PNB … Continue reading
.. Lockdown measures helped reduce the number of #COVID19 cases around the world, according to a new study. Findings in BMJ are based on data from 149 countries. Some nations ordered lockdowns within a few days of 1st cases. Others, … Continue reading