Thursday, July 22, 2010

What Anwar Ibrahim's Trial Means for Asia - Al Gore

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Anwar Ibrahim is one of the most enlightened and visionary political leaders in Asia and yesterday former U.S. Ambassador John Malott argued persuasively that the US should stand with Anwar Ibrahim. I could not agree more. Malott writes in the Wall Street Journal (July 19, 2010):

“Already convicted by the government-controlled media, Mr. Anwar and his defense team have been denied access to the evidence that the government possesses, including police and medical reports, surveillance tapes, and even the witness list. Malaysia does not have a jury system. The verdict will be rendered by one judge, appointed by the same government that wants to remove Mr. Anwar from the political scene.”

Chairman - Manusia BANGKU

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'Chairman wood' - Manusia bangku dan KAYU.
'Chairman dead wood' - Manusia bangku, kayu dan 'mati keras'

KUALA LUMPUR: Felda chairman Mohd Yusof Noor today cited consistency as one of the main reasons for the land development agency's survival, thus far and well into the future.

Apa yang konsisten..thee he he

Tau ke makna 'consistent'..

Cukup gemar betul puak-puak ni dengan 'con'..thee he he

Kalau dah jadi bangku kayu, apa yang tau..

Duit bilion-bilion tinggal ratus-ratus pun, masih 'consistent'..thee he he

'Con-toll' dia lah 'consistent'!!

thee he he he heeee he..

He said Felda's investments were undertaken with care and consistency by an investment committee after a thorough study, and not by any individual.

"We have to go through a professional group which does a study and then makes the decision on investment.

18 Monkeys minus Bruce Willis

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A cute adorable titi monkey.

A man with a mysterious bulge under his T-shirt was stopped, searched and detained at Mexico City's international airport after authorities found 18 tiny endangered monkeys in a girdle he was wearing.

The Public Safety Department said in a statement Monday that 38-year-old Roberto Cabrera arrived on a commercial flight Friday from Lima, Peru, when authorities noticed the bulge and conducted a body search.

The department says Cabrera was carrying the 6-inch (15-centimeter) titi monkeys in pouches attached to the girdle. Two of the monkeys were dead.

Kopi BERAK Musang, Anyone?

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Indonesia's top Islamic body declared Tuesday that Muslims can drink civet coffee - the world's most expensive coffee, which is extracted from the dung of civet cats.

A preacher recently suggested the beverage might not be "halal" - or religiously approved - because its provenance makes it unclean.

But after a long discussion Tuesday, the influential Indonesian Ulema Council said that the coffee, known locally as Kopi Luwak, could be consumed as long as the beans were washed.