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October 26, 2010

Damn you Len Talif!!

1.”They asked why in this modern age of rapid advancement of technologies,the “big boss” did not check the facts first before making a misleading statement?”

2.”They felt that Datu Len Talif Salleh,the Director of the Forest Department,was either misled by his sources of information or he had deliberately tried to cover up the main issue by blaming the rain”

3.”Its a shame such a statement came from the mouth of the director.He should visit the affected areas”

4.”On the claim that incessant heavy rain was to blame,he pointed out that at the time the logjam happened,the water level was normal”

5.”We saw massive mudslides in logged areas but we were unsure wheter legal or illegal loggers were operating there.He claimed that they saw several stranded tractors and trucks as the road was impassable due to mudslides”

6.”Datu Len claimed that logging ceased in the area since 2007.Then the Government should prosecute the offenders because logging was on going in the area and yet no license was issued after 2007″

7.”According to him,the locals said heavy machines made their way right to the river bank to cut trees.In the process,they destroyed and killed the surrounding vegetation which later comprised the main bulk of the debris that ended in the logjam”

8.”Len claimed that logging in Sungai Melatai area ceased since 2007.But a local man was still paid by a logging firm to work in upper Sungai Melatai where the logjam happened on Oct 7″

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October 20, 2010

KEADILAN Miri Anjur Perhimpunan Pakatan Rakyat

Filed under: Pakatan Rakyat — Pengayau @ 9:48 pm

Date: Saturday, October 23rd 2010

Time: 11:00am – 11:00pm

Location: Dr. Teo Residence,Lot 349, Jalan Tanjong, 98000, Miri, Sarawak

From Suara Keadilan

KEADILAN Miri Anjur Perhimpunan Pakatan Rakyat 23 Okt

Oleh Dzulkarnain Taib
MichaelMenurut Ketua Cabang Miri, Dr Michael Teo, Ketua Umum KEADILAN dijangka mengetuai pimpinan Pakatan Rakyat ke majlis tersebut yang akan turut disertai Ketua Parlimen DAP, Lim Kit Siang dan Menteri Besar Pakatan Rakyat Perak, Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin. 

“Kita menjangkakan kira 10,000 penduduk Miri dan juga penyokong Pakatan Rakyat dari sekitar Baram dan Sibuti akan menghadiri acara satu hari itu yang akan bermula dari pukul 10.00 pagi hingga 11.00 malam. Ini akan menjadim acara terbesar Pakatan Rakyat di Miri tahun ini,” kata Dr Michael Teo kepada Suara Keadilan.

Beliau berkata acara tersebut terpaksa di adakan di kediaman beliau disebabkan kekangan yang dikenakan oleh pihak berkuasa tempatan atas arahan kerajaan negeri Barisan Nasional.

“Walau apa pun tekanan yang diberi oleh pihak BN kita tidak takut dan akan teruskan dengan majlis ini. Rakyat Sarawak mahukan perubahan kepada pentadbiran Pakatan Rakyat pada pilihan raya negeri akan datang dan ‘mood’ ini amat dirasai sekarang ini di Sarawak.

“Jadi kehadiran Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim serta pemimpin Pakatan Rakyat akan menyuntik semangat perubahan yang ingin di bawa oleh rakyat negeri ini,” tegas beliau

October 4, 2010

Taib,the Great Kleptocrats

Filed under: Taib Must Go — Pengayau @ 10:00 am
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kleptocracy, alternatively cleptocracy or kleptarchy, from Greek: κλέπτης (thieve) and κράτος (rule), is a term applied to a government that takes advantage of governmental corruption to extend the personal wealth and political power of government officials and the ruling class (collectively, kleptocrats), via the embezzlement of state funds at the expense of the wider population, sometimes without even the pretense of honest service. The term means “rule by thieves“. Not an “official” form of government (such as democracy, republic, monarchy, theocracy) the term is a pejorative for governments perceived to have a particularly severe and systemic problem with the selfish misappropriation of public funds by those in power.


Kleptocracies are generally associated with corrupt forms of authoritarian governments, particularly dictatorships, oligarchies, military juntas, or some other form of autocratic and nepotist government in which no outside oversight is possible, due to the ability of the kleptocrat(s) to personally control both the supply of public funds and the means of determining their disbursal. A kleptocratic ruler typically treats their country’s treasury as though it were their own personal bank account, spending the funds on luxury goods as they see fit.

Many kleptocratic rulers also secretly transfer public funds into secret personal numbered bank accounts in foreign countries in order to provide them with continued luxury if/when they are eventually removed from power and forced to flee the country.


The effects of a kleptocratic regime or government on a nation are typically adverse in regards to the faring of the state’s economy, political affairs and civil rights. Kleptocracy in government often vitiates prospects of foreign investment and drastically weakens the domestic market and cross-border trade. As the kleptocracy normally embezzles money from its citizens by misusing funds derived from tax payments, or money laundering schemes, a kleptocratically structured political system tends to degrade nearly everyone’s quality of life.

In addition, the money that kleptocrats steal is often taken from funds that were earmarked for public amenities, such as the building of hospitals, schools, roads, parks and the like – which has further adverse effects on the quality of life of the citizens living under a kleptocracy.[1] The quasi-oligarchy that results from a kleptocratic elite also subverts democracy (or any other political format the state is ostensibly under).


Transparency International ranking

In early 2004, the anti-corruption Germany-based NGO Transparency International released a list of what it believes to be the ten most self-enriching leaders in recent years.[3]

In order of amount allegedly stolen (in USD), they are:

  1. Former Indonesian President Suharto ($15 billion – $35 billion)
  2. Former Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos ($5 billion – $10 billion)
  3. Former Zairian President Mobutu Sese Seko ($5 billion)
  4. Former Nigerian President Sani Abacha ($2 billion – $5 billion)
  5. Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milošević ($1 billion)
  6. Former Haitian President Jean-Claude Duvalier ($300 million – $800 million)
  7. Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori ($600 million)
  8. Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko ($114 million – $200 million)
  9. Former Nicaraguan President Arnoldo Alemán ($100 million)
  10. Former Philippine President Joseph Estrada ($78 million – $80 million)

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