ANWAR THE END

ANWAR: A CONTRADICTION IN TERMS The Malaysian opposition in politics is doomed to repeat the failures of its leading light Lim Kit Siang, the longest serving opposition leader anywhere in the world.  Being in opposition is all Lim it appears has achieved in his political lifetime. And that’s Lim’s legacy. It is now likely to be passed on like that … Continue reading

UNMASKING AMBIGA BERSIH AND ANWAR

​”The following is the first in a 3 part series of extracts from an article published on http://www.globalresearch.ca in its entirety. The author is Tony Cartalucci.​ AMBIGA ANWAR AND THE SELL OUT TO WALL STREET Wall Street and London’s hegemonic ambitions in Asia, centered around installing proxy regimes across Southeast Asia and using the supranational … Continue reading

BALASUBRAMANIAM: THE TRUTH AT LAST

BALASUBRAMANIAM: A CANARY’s SWANSONG  In a brief telephone conversation in September 2012 with the late Balasubramaniam a man we had followed closely at great expense, Bala agreed to come clean and to do so without his handlers being present. That first opportunity was afforded to us through an intermediary who knew Bala well enough for … Continue reading

‘大耳窿’ THE AH LONG:

A SYMPTOM OF FAILED BANKING PRACTICES AND PERSONAL MORALITY IN AN INSATIABLE CONSUMER SOCIETY  “The trade of the petty usurer is hated with most reason: it makes a profit from currency itself, instead of making it from the process which currency was meant to serve. Their common characteristic is obviously their sordid avarice” … Aristotle … Continue reading

RAJA PETRA KAMARUDDIN TO RETURN

COMING IN FROM THE COLD In 2011 in a highly controversial article in GRK we reported that Waythamurthi had been negotiating with government for his safe return to Malaysia. We also reported of the overtures Raja Petra Kamaruddin the mercurial and narcissistic blogger had been making overtures to government of Malaysia intermediaries for his safe … Continue reading

FRAUD AS A POLICY PLATFORM FOR A CRUMBLING OPPOSITION

BY WAY OF DECEIT The proliferation of unsubstantiated, doctored and often completely fraudulent material by opposition groups in Malaysia and their supporters abroad requires a response. The disinformation campaign now entering its 4th year has achieved little else than to discredit further an opposition already in disarray, splintered, fragmented and desperately searching for a way … Continue reading