DESIGN TO BREAKUP PKR
Najib has to ditch out a few hundred millions in a covered
way to breakup PKR. This is his lifeline to escape court
indictment after he found it is hard for him to escape the
SRC criminal case. If PH is aware of this design then they
would resolve this in the most amicable and intelligent
ways. PKR need to tell the members that the party must not
be splitted under any account. Anwar Ibrahim will be the
next Prime Minister no matter what, good or bad. Azmin Ali
should understand that greed will ruin the PH government.
looks like the young members are not well educated and
myopic in outlook. Many are still hoping for the gravy train
and sustenance from the party, not on their vocations and
think my prediction is wrong. But that's the way I see
displayed in my mind, after having studied Najib in all his
dealings with foreign powers and consultants. He thinks it
is easier for him to escape jail in Malaysia than in the
not support Anwar but it is the best of the three devils;
Azmin and Najib. We have to stand firm and united to get
Naib into jail.
learn the technique of CIA in killing Russia's Soviet Union,
you will know how heavily they financed the Communist
propaganda's newspaper Pravda. I know the free Najib is
still using the Jewish consulktant and all payments are paid
through his family members who are lurking outside this
country. My strong suspicion is his own daughter by
his second wife Rosmah the janda.
Abdul Rahman Raof
I COULD NOT FIND A TOILET
The first time I
visited the Disneyland California was in the late 1970s when
I went to visit my two friends, the Malaysian students at
UCLA. I did not go to the toilet yet, probably it was in a
hot summer day. It was in 1982 as I was on a transit to
Athens Ohio, I went to the theme park again. It was around
March, still cold and windy.
Though cold there were
crowds and for every ride people had to queue up in a long
line. I was queuing up for the Matterhorn ride when I felt
like going to a toilet. I asked an Indian man behind me it's
location. He pointed out to me the direction.
Following the path I
could not find any toilet. The place was like a garden, with
plants and flowers. I saw the word RESTROOM. Surely I
thought it was a room to rest. I went back to the Indian man
and told him that I could not find any toilet. "Do you see
the word Restroom somewhere ? "He asked me. "Yes," I said.
"That is the toilet. Go in further," he smiled.
Indeed it was the right
place as I followed his instruction by going ahead on. The
toilet was so clean and the fragrant odour was comfortable.
I was such a dork, like a caveman dropped in a city. It was
an amazing experience and left a deep impact in my mind.
I was glad I could
bring back the concept to my work place and applied it. Some
time later I found toilet's cleanliness in supermarkets and
other public places in Thailand. Then spreading to Malaysian
Highway rest area. The last I found was at Shell petrol
station along Jalan Sultanah Alor Setar. At all these places
there isn't any pungent smell. And clean too.
Abdul Rahman Raof
OUR ECONOMIC HOPE
The economic welfare of
our nation is not merely the function of the government. It
is the function of all inhabitants and the non-human
resources. The labour of the people and the wisdom of the
government determined the state of the wealth of the nation.
However a treacherous leader of a nation alone could burn and
ruin the economic progress of the country. This was what
happen to Malaysia when we found from the court proceedings
how Najib manipulated the public funds and the national
coffer for his own and his party interests.
The most evil of Najib
Razak was his giving government guarantee to foreign loan
made by the non-government bodies, denied his doing but
farmed the fund from the citizens to pay the interest.
Despite the huge debt he could still send people for free
pilgrimage and distributed millions to his friends, lawyers
When Anwar Ibrahin was
put in jail, it was due to matters of his own personal
affair. But Najib's sins were on tearing people apart,
causing severe agony to the public economic well being. The
people work to pay for the loan Najib had made through his
various dubious scheme. This man is what the Chinese termed
as 'man is not a man, ghost is not a ghost', indescribable
character worst than a savage. So is his current second
God knows his crime and
God lets some others see what he is trying to hide, that he
is hiding the ill-gotten money by billions without shame and
guilt in Australian and New Zealand's banks under various
names, that his lawyers are helping him to make stealing
legal and corrupting people to free him.
We survive because we
still work; the farmers and fishermen. But we are saddened
by the great debt and the lost of our money. It will not
take a week, a month or a year to erect back the broken
pillar. We can only pray for the best.
Abdul Rahman Raof
THE MISSING INDONESIAN MAID
Mila was my monthly
Indonesian maid who had serve me very well and I paid her
quite well too. She lived about 3 miles away among the
Indonesians immigrants, staying together with several men
whom she referred as her brother in-law. Her husband went
back to Samudra to remove the kidney stone.
She had a good income
and sent home a great deal each month to her family. In fact
she was the breadwinner. Occasionally I paid for her trip
home and provided her a few hundred ringgit as a supplement.
One day more than a
year ago she called me saying that she was in Kuala Lumpur
working in a massage parlour. It was her relative who
brought her to her new work place. She introduced a new
monthly maid to me, also her friend, living in the same
area. And from time to time she would rang me up telling me
that she was sick and informing me that her husband had a
problem coming into the country. I suspected he had
overstayed during his last visit here. But she promised to
return to Kedah once her husband arrived in Kuala Lumpur.
She said she would be coming back to Alor Setar to celebrate
the Hari Raya.
Before the Raya day I
called her. The automated reply said the number was not in
service. I kept on calling till yesterday. But to no avail.
My suspicion her phone
was confiscated by her relative and she is forced to be a
prostitute. She simply goes missing.
I could not get any
information about her bout this new maid as I do not take
her anymore. She spoiled my cooking utensils, the stove
without informing me. She also spoiled my weed pump. She had
been lying to me on her personal status on various issues. I
just don't like dishonest and sneaky person to work in my
I remember Mila had
been telling me that her husband does not like her to work
in Kuala Lumpur.
Abdul Rahman Raof
AZMIN, YES IT IS AN
Politicians are lack of
knowledge, bountiful of them, because they are not wise.
They overlook many things they do not think about. They
never learn about international politics, the concept of
power and propaganda, the internal and external espionage,
the story of Watergate, the notion on False Flag, 911,
Internal Sabotage and how they are carried out. And how
Mafia plays the game to manipulate who to rule the country.
Yes, they are very complex and complicated.
Azmin should have have
known that he has enemies within and without. Even before
there was Bersatu and Tun Mahathir came into the limelight,
there were people who were not happy him and accusing Azmin
of snatching the Chief Minister's post from Wan Azizah. Some
said he is a snake, ambitious and crazy for power.
The recent video clip
was surely an inside job. The clip could have been true if a trap
was set up. That's how the operative proceeds to destroy. President
Sukarno was in Russia and the Russian sent a woman to his
room to have sex with him. They recorded the sex scene. Then they
blackmailed him. Sukarno being a brave man told the Russian
that he would not submit to the Communist demand and he would be
more proud if his clips were to be released to the
Indonesians. And what most Malaysians are not aware of is that even Tun Razak
was blackmailed in the same manner.
If the clip is false,
Azmin should know that he is not safe to be in politics for
his enemy will show themselves up and confront him openly as they know Anwar Ibrahim
will be the next Prime Minister soon. Anwar will not forget
how Umi Hafilda, Azmin's sister who made a road show to
narrate her story with Anwar. Azwan Ali has a bad character
too. Many regard Azmin's family is from a bad pool, pungent and filthy.
It is not a matter
whether the Economic Minister is right or wrong, it is
better for him to step down and leave everything to God. He
won't be worst of than 25 millions of the Malaysians. We the
pariahs have been long sufferings and becoming the victims of all the politicians
who are backed
by sinister police force and the sneaky lawyers.
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Nay, I won't lend any
money to anybody anymore, even to a good friend. Reports
gathered that whoever borrow from friends always run away
and those who borrow from banks are reluctant to pay back
until forfeiture took place. The desperate ones would seek
loan sharks which after some time did not pay on the due
dates. But Ah Long in Malaysia has it's own way of
frightening the borrowers. They begin by splashing paints on
the properties, and even made the borrower feel that the
siblings would be kidnapped.
One of the borrowers
who is lurking around is a school headmaster. His modus
operandi was calling the victims and telling them that they
must keep the secret and not to divulge them. In a school he
would borrow from many of the staffs and the canteen
operators by the thousands. He never paid back. Some
reported to the State Education Department but to o
avail. The director said that there was no proof for the
department to act.
Many of my friends
narrated their own stories about lending. In several cases
the borrowers verbally attacked them by hurling curses on
the Face Book. In amateur radio similar stories went around.
It did not happen in the old good days when there were
controls on the licensing conditions. A ham with the call
sign 9M2JL ran away with RM500. He is a class A contractor.
I also lend RM3K to a
businessman. It has been for 2 years. There is no news about
Kindness has a limit.
Buy food for a hungry person but not to give them money.
Now that I am retired I
have less money to spend. A student pleading for a RM650
loan to start a business of selling hamburger. She lives
about 100 km away. I told her that I would rather give her
rather than lending. I banked in the amount and she never
even thank me nor acknowledge receipt. I did not get any
poorer but her attitude saddened me.
That's the kind of
people we have around us. There are uncountable hypocrites
lurking around. I met a greedy tour member on the Taiwan
trip but she is depicting her angel behaviour on the
In my previous articles
I wrote about somebody was trying to elicit a loan between
RM50K to RM300K. Lucky I do not have such a big money.
Imagine that RM300K will take my lifelong span to
accumulate. And imagine if I were to depart with it for
giving a loan.
Abdul Rahman Raof
NAJIB AND JHO LO
Najib announced in
parliament that Jho Lo has nothing to do in 1Mdb. The Public
Prosecutor must not forget this. If by any mean the ex-Prime
Minister is trying to blame the young Chinese man on the
fiasco of 1Mdb, the court should know Najib is a man who no
one can trust and has been cunning enough to hoodwink the
world. His effort to deceive the American Presidents
nonetheless failed several times.
Najib had been denying
that he knew Jho Lo until proven by the picture captured on
the yacht. The DOJ says they are working hand in hand. Lo
did the joib for Najib. And Najib did not allow 1mdb and Jho
Lo to be discussed in parliament. Apandi confirmed that
there was nothing wrong in the management of 1 Mdb. Najib as
a chairman ran things perfectly well. UMNO warlords and
supporters claimed 1 Mdb was so profitable that the
opposition parties were jealous with the success.
Before the new
government Najib had been protecting his man well, the
source of his cash. Did Najib was trying to purchase some
land in Southern Thailand where Jho Lo was also purchasing a
property with the help of his Thai friend ?
It was through Jho Lo
that Najib was planning to hoodwink the world using the Arab
friends. At this moment we have to accept the DOJ report is
true and they are trying to get back more money stolen by
Jho Lo from 1Mdb. The Singapore government had taken action
and Abu Dhabi had sentenced two of Najib's friends for 15
Abdul Rahman Raof
How is it a school boy
who kicked his teacher and showing a samseng behaviour
finally ended up being a member of parliament with an
unchanged demeanour ? This depicts the type of voters we
have in our country. We do not see one, two or three of such
kind of political people but a few hundreds of them. They
are still showing their savage like habits without any
shame. One boasted "I am voted by the people".
Some have the guts to
boast their professional and academic qualifications when
they can't even finished a college degree. I wonder whether
they wrote their own auto biography on themselves portraying
The Malays were known
to worship Al-Shaari the Arqam leader. They worshipped the
Sky Kingdom man. Then they were called to worship Najib
Razak as a divine man who is equal to Prophet Mohammad.
What has become of the
voters who choose hooligans to lead the nation ? Is NOT
KNOWING acceptable as an excuse ? Take a group of people
living in a distant land and religion has not reach them.
The Muslims say they will be in hell because they are
infidels. They too do not know about any revealed religion.
What say you ? And in our common law, not knowing the law is
not an excuse.
The day will come when
people will know who the samseng who kicked his teacher and
even failed to go for higher education.
Abdul Rahman Raof
THEY ARE NOT REALLY
I discovered the cats
that frequent my home for food are not actually stray cats.
They all have homes. Even cats from my next door neighbour
love to have the cat food which I catered.
With the Giant
Supermarket closed I have to spend an extra 50% more for the
cat food. At Giant I bought at RM16.00 per packet. At other
places the price is RM31. Four to five packets would be
enough for a month. Whenever I want to leave my home for a
few days I would lay down a packet on the floor. They seem
to know that I was away and would return after I returned
from my trips.
I noticed even birds
too would be looking for the extra cat food that were left
by those cats. It made me happy for I could serve them as
well. The sustenance of those animals comes from God. I do
not starve by sharing a small portion of my pittance with
The affair and welfare
of these animals are left to God to take care. I am sure
some other people will supply them with food when I pass
A boy working as a
parking attendance had been using part of his salaries to
feed the stray cats where he works. His good deeds were
observed. With the prayer of those cats he was surprise with
a gift of a motorbike by some VIP.
During the last Hari
Raya only a few boys visited my house for the Raya money.
About 5 years ago there were hundreds of them. The reduced
number saddened me. It made the Raya very gloomy. We would
like to see groups of kids and happily gave away with a new
paper cash. The Raya scenario glittered.
Similarly with the
coming of the cats, stray or not, it made me feel that the
animals still want and accept me as one of their friends and
someone they could rely on. It adds spice and pepper to my
life. I am still useful at least to the animals.
Abdul Rahman Raof
REUNION BADGE 1961-1965
SAHC, Sultan Abdul
Hamid College, was the secondary school I went to. The
1961-1965 badge had been making the annual reunion since
more than 30 years ago. But never once I attended. I was not
a bright student then and the rest were from the elite
classes and were holding glamorous vocations like medical
doctors, lawyers, university lecturer and high government
post. I would not be able to fit myself with the honourable
and respectable people. That made me shy away from the
If I were to meet any I
would not be able to remember them for I am sure many will
change. It was only last night someone accosted me,
introducing himself as Yusoff, one of the 1961-1965 badge
students. he could recognize me but not me for he looked
older and my memory is rapidly fading. Yusoff reminded me
about the reunion. He broke a news that one of of members
had just passed away, Dr Yin Tin Pee. I could remember Tin
Pee from form 5A, a fair, tall and bright student. He was
very friendly to all.
Yusoff pleaded that I
should attend the meeting on 26th June 2019. He said it may
be the last meeting for any of us. Tin Pee did not know he
could not make to the meeting though he has agreed to
How would I carry and
adjust myself being with people of higher echelon ? Tengku
Kamaruzzaman is one of them, at whose house the group is
will meet. He was one of the most humble Royal family that I
ever met in school. He was tall and lean. I don't know how
he looks like now.
I have been keeping
myself aloof for a very long time now. I didn't even know
many of my relatives have passed away. I don't know the
world. The modern gadgets are my windows of the world.
Communications are through Facebook and Whatsapp. Probably
being old is one of the reasons why I prefer a solitary
I have not given my
answer whether I would attend the gathering. I feel so small
Abdul Rahman Raof
WHERE IS SHAME IN OUR
The court in Abu Dhabi
has already sentenced the individuals in the 1Mdb case for
15 years, much faster than the court in Malaysia dealing
with Najib and Rosmah. Our lawyers played a lot of twisted
games and our court entertained them. Even in USA the 1Mdb
offender is still under house arrest.
I am not talking only
of the current courts but also the courts in the past.
Comparatively we ought to be ashamed. No wonder our national
coffer was easily plundered, our jet engine stolen and the
murderers went off scot-free. Even the police stations where
evidence were stored were burned.
Though I no no law, I
laughed at the rule that the defence team can see all the
documents to be used by the prosecutors in court but the
witness are not given the list of questions before hand. Our
stipulated laws are absurdly a jest rather than fairness.
Malaysians should have
some moral values and shame. Najib Razak had no shame
whatsoever even 1Mdb lost billions under his chairmanship
and scrutiny. Despite of him being ridiculed by USA on his
visit to help America to revive American economy, he boasted
and bragged on his return to the country. And the shameless
UMNO supporters called him a hero.
In fact the whole
country has gone haywires. They even laugh at the idea of
There are too many
absurdities beyond imagination. It is hard to pick between
black and white. We know who killed TBH, Najadi and Kevin
Morais, and we know manipulations were made. And amazingly
the law could be cheated by display of fallacies. The world
will laugh to hear that stealing is not a crime until caught
and the court says it is guilty.
Simply we don't have
shame and morality.
Abdul Rahman Raof
ANWAR AND AZMIN
I just don't like both.
Azmin does not come from a good family. We remember Aswan
and the controversial Umi Hafilda. They seemed to be the
most important people in the country. Whether Azmin is
guilty or not in the current sex scandal, I would not like
him to take any political post. Like Anwar supporters,
Azmins has supporters of similar characters, which are not
for the welfare of the people at large and the nation but
for their own bellies.
Anwar too is not a
grateful person. The genes follow his daughters having the
same behaviours. He is a man who is hard to please. One of
his mothers was a Wanita UMNO strong woman. The other was
his step mother for his UMNO's father had married two wives.
In fact the better man
would be Khalid Ibrahim, the first man to take charge of PNB.
It is a pity that Malaysians politics always kill and
destroy the good men like Aziz who brought profit to
Malaysian Airline. They put in their own people. Whether
ther are UMNO, PAS or Harapan, they are all useless people.
As they declared their properties we heard millions in their
possession. Ask us to declare we hardly show a thousand
Whether DAP is a threat
to the Malays, it is at the moment seems to be the best to
the Malays. PAS condones crimes and theft and now making
lying Syariah's compliance. UMNO is the most corrupt.
Keadilan is just like UMNO and an very immature and short
sighted. DAP still stands against corruptions.
Anwar Ibrahim can talk
but will not meet the desire of the people. He will lick the
Royal boots and kiss their hands. He cannot handle to
corrupt Najib and his gangs. The moment he becomes a PM,
Najib will escape the jail sentence.
Abdul Rahman Raof
THE BATTLE WITHIN
I have read much about
Huawei and Trump's challenged, the capitalist versus
communist cell phones, that captured my interest to find out
more about Huawei. I frequented the phone stalls several
times, looking at the price of P30 and P20. They were not
cheap, double the price of my current Oppo7. If Trump chose
to ban this brand, it has to be something special.
There was a strong urge
to buy and play around with it. But RM2 or RM3 K+ is not a
toy to experiment with. I already have a good working OPP, a
Samsung Note2, an iPhone4 and an iPhone6. The last was
soaked in sea water in Maldives but could still be used to
fly my drone after repair. iPhon4 is laid idle. The Samsung
is brought about as a spare camera on the over sea trips.
I know that I should
not entertain my lust and stay on with my possession. I
should not waste any more money on the gadget that I hardly
used even 5% of the applications.
Besides the phone I
also have the desire to keep a backup drone aircraft beside
my Autel Evo. I was thinking of procuring either Parrot
Aanfi or Mavic Pro. What delayed my decision is the thought
of the amount of money I had spent on my drones. I first
purchased dJi Mavic Pro for RM5K. It dropped from the sky
without reason and broke to pieces. I bought another one,
imported from USA, about the same price. The total cost was
about RM10K. It was a huge amount, almost half or a third
the price of a good car. A Produa would be about RM20K+ and
a Saga for RM35K. If I were to buy another drone, the total
expenditure would be RM25K. It wouldn't be wise even if I
have a few million dollars.
Fortunately enough my
earnest in flying drone has subsides. The anxiety cools
down. And I could proclaimed that I have won the battle
within myself, overcoming my urge and lust.
Abdul Rahman Raof
WHAT DO I THINK OF ORANG
Immediately what came into
my mind was that the natives were murdered by poisoned
indirectly or directly by the Kelantan's government. The
indigenous small population were regarded the impediment to
the Kelantan's state government who is more interested in
making money for the state coffer. The Chief Minister had
repeatedly said the land belongs to the state not the Orang
I know that the Islamic
Party will never accept the responsibility of the death. PAS
rides religion for the worldly gain of money. They are
becoming liars and spinners wearing the hoods of Islam to
gather the support of the bigots.
How could they hide from
their philosophy of violence and murder ? At the last Friday
Prayer the sermons talked of those Islam who criticize the
religion must be murdered to death, identical to Hadi
Awang's call to eliminate the infidels using verses of the
Even if the contractors
poisoned the natives, PAS has to take the responsibility and
accountability. It is easy to use the words 'mysterious
death' which were not actually a mystery. UMNO and the
Malays cannot accept the death of Adib Adam, the fireman,
and blamed Tony Thomas and accusing the Indians for his
death. The situation of Orang Asli is of no co-incidence.
It is the greedy Chief
Minister of Kelantan who has to answer. Nobody else.
Abdul Rahman Raof