Fakes and Shamans

Posted on March 16, 2010

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taken from malaysiaToday (RPK’s website)

Ibrahim Ali through his Perkasa is fighting against Chinese like Vincent Tan who are supposed to have robbed the Malays of their rights and who have reduced the Malays to hamba di negara sendiri (slaves in their own country). But then Ibrahim Ali works for Chinese like Vincent Tan.

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Raja Petra Kamarudin

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Ibrahim Ali is a Malay nationalist who fights for Malay rights and privileges. Ibrahim Ali is concerned that the Chinese are dominating the Malaysian economic scene while the Malays are being reduced to second-class citizens in their own country. And that was why Ibrahim Ali formed Perkasa, so that he can fight against the Chinese and prevent them from taking over this country.

But how many people know that Ibrahim Ali is linked to Vincent Tan of Berjaya? The same Vincent Tan who has robbed Malaysia of billions of Ringgit. The same Vincent Tan who paid Hee of Perak RM25 million to jump ship. The same Vincent Tan who is helping to finance further crossovers through his ‘special draws’.

Ibrahim Ali through his Perkasa is fighting against Chinese like Vincent Tan who are supposed to have robbed the Malays of their rights and who have reduced the Malays to hamba di negara sendiri (slaves in their own country). But then Ibrahim Ali works for Chinese like Vincent Tan.

Do the supporters and members of Perkasa know the other side of Ibrahim Ali? Do the supporters and members of Perkasa know that Ibrahim Ali who fights against Chinese like Vincent Tan actually goes to bed with Vincent Tan?

Well, let the document below speak for itself.

(click here for the document)

By the way, Zahrin Mohd Hashim, the PKR Penang Member of Parliament who left the opposition to become an ‘independent’ was in London recently. He went to London with his entire family (his wife, three sons, daughter and daughter-in-law) and stayed a week at The Leonard Hotel and Apartments on Seymour Street. The hotel and airfare came to more than RM50,000, above and beyond what they spent for shopping in Oxford and Regent Street.

Zahrin’s son had enrolled in a flying school in UK, which costs about RM250,000, while his daughter is enrolling in a UK university at a cost of another RM350,000 over three years.

Can you now see why Zahrin had to leave the opposition? He badly needs the money to pay for all his expenses.