Ini komen yg dipetik daripada blog Kopitiam Bang Nan dan cuba baca komen beliau tentang TPM yang di berikan gelaran nama manja sebagai MAT SEMBAB oleh Hishamuddin Rais.
MAKIN LAMA AKU TENGOK .......... MAKIN BANGGANG MAHYUDIN NI..!!
Hello Din...aku nak bagitau kau macam ni lah...
1. Kes buat2 macam ni memang tak baik. Bukan sebab mat saleh ni cakap tak baik ... baru benda ni jadi tak baik. Memang benda fitnah ni Allah dah larang. Kau kata kau anak kiai... bior bebeno??
2. Masuk pulak dalam court yang macam kanggaroo...beruk mat yeh pun termenung...apa lagi mat saleh?
3. Kalau court dah macam sial sapa nak melabur dalam negara ni Din oiii???
4. Kalau kau tak faham jugak....kau berhenti jadi TPMlah...baik kau berniaga mini cooper lama macam kawan2. Dapat juga beli banglo kat Country Height...he he
5. Jangan marah...nanti kena jual!!
DPM agrees Sodomy II trial bad for business
By Yow Hong ChiehSeptember 28, 2010
Muhyiddin: If you ask me, personally, would you like this case to be in the Malaysian court? I wouldn’t like this case to be in the Malaysian court.
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 28 — Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin today admitted that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s sodomy trial was bad for the country’s image and said that the sooner the case was disposed of, the better.
“If you ask me, personally, would you like this case to be in the Malaysian court? I wouldn’t like this case to be in the Malaysian court,” the Deputy Prime Minister said.
“Of course, it’s true that... if there’s no any cases of such that is high profile, then Malaysia will be much better positioned.
“The sooner this matter is resolved, the better for us.
”Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson yesterday said the ongoing Sodomy II trial was “a thorn” in Malaysia’s otherwise good reputation, and urged the prime minister to intervene in the matter.
“If you’re a bold leader, you should get rid of things like this which are damaging your reputation,” he had said.
Despite Branson’s outspoken remarks, Muhyiddin said he did not think the British entrepreneur was intervening in the country’s internal affairs but rather making a “genuine” comment in the best interest of Malaysia.
“His remarks are in the context of how to help Malaysia further move forward and draw the bigger investment that we need,” the deputy prime minister said.
“His comment is taken in light of how to support Malaysia’s initiative, and I want to take that sort of angle as to what he is saying.
”Muhyiddin also stressed that Anwar’s trial was not a government conspiracy, as alleged by some, pointing out that the case did not fall under the jurisdiction of the government but Malaysia’s “very established” judicial system.
“It is a case which is... not being brought by any parties except [an] individual who felt that he has the right to be... judged and, of course, the right to be protected by whatever law in the country, as far as the sodomy case is concerned,” he said.
Anwar, the 62-year-old PKR de facto leader, is charged with sodomising his former aide, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, at Unit 11-5-1 of the Desa Damansara Condominium in Jalan Setiakasih, Bukit Damansara here between 3.01pm and 4.30pm on June 26, 2008.
The former deputy prime minister has denied the charge, describing it as “evil, frivolous lies by those in power” when the charge was read out to him. He is charged under section 377B of the Penal Code and can be sentenced to a maximum of 20 years’ jail and whipping upon conviction. The trial is taking place 18 months after Anwar was charged in court in August 2008.
Anwar was charged with sodomy and corruption in 1998 after he was sacked from the Cabinet and was later convicted and jailed for both offences.
He was freed in September 2004 and later resurrected his political career by winning back his Permatang Pauh parliamentary seat in a by-election in 2008, which had been held in the interim by his wife.
He had earlier led the opposition coalition, Pakatan Rakyat, to a historic sweep of five states and 82 parliamentary seats in Election 2008.
Anwar’s Sodomy II trial will resume on October 14.
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