I did an AAB but just woke up! ;-)
From Malaysiakini - Param: Shame on those 'leapfrog' judges - Senior lawyer Param Cumaraswamy said that judges who had 'played ball' with Dr Mahathir Mohamad and received 'leapfrog promotions' should be ashamed of themselves for remaining in the judiciary.
Well sir, what about frog-leaping MPs as compared to leap-frog judges?
From Malaysiakini - PM: No more fuel price hikes this year
Only two days ago, AAB said that he could not guarantee that petrol prices would not go up further but now he ‘promised’ there would be no more fuel price hikes for the rest of the year.
I don’t know about leap-frog or frog-leap but AAB is sure flip-flop.
Meanwhile Anti-fuel hike roadshows begin on Saturday so it will be clip-clop as Protes plans to rally 100,000 people in a mass demonstration in Kuala Lumpur on July 12 against the recent hike in fuel charges.
And it’s all about the drip-drop of the greasy stuff.
From Malaysiakini - Zaid: No probe on judge's expose coz it’s just a ‘waste of time’.
Also from Malaysiakini Khalid: Graft allegations 'unfounded' regarding the senior public servant in the Selangor MB’s office and the alleged corrupt award of contracts
Of course man, we live in a ‘clean’ country and to ensure we maintain our non-corruptability, the Selangor government has All set for free water to flow - where Malaysiakini reported the state government will implement its promise to give away for free the first 20 cubic metres of water, worth RM11.40, beginning this Monday.
Then over to the Star Online which published Altantuya trial: ‘Cops knew crime scene’.
What! No ‘Justice for Altantuyaa’ protestors? What happened to those brave people? Oh I see, wait till the fuel trouble for the government has abated? Don't waste ammo lah! Sorry Altantuyaa, please take a seat - tunggu saat.
Finally from the Star Online again - Bus with 32 outstanding summonses in crash - haven’t we heard about this sort of tragedy which affects the travelling public before. A major problem has been the 'close-one-eye' attitude of authorities and allowing a high probability of such accidents – they have virtually handed a cocked and loaded gun to the driver. Alas, a reflection of the state of corruption that pervades the rotten regulatory and bureaucracy.