Sunday, March 27, 2011

Truth about The Malaysian Economy, Race, APCO, 1Malaysia, Scandals, Corruption, and etc - Opposition Leader Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim


Dato' Seri Anwar bin Ibrahim (born 10 August 1947) is a Malaysian politician who served as Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister from 1993 to 1998. Early in his career, Anwar was a close ally of Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad but subsequently emerged as the most prominent critic of Mahathir's government.

In 1999, he was sentenced to six years in prison for corruption, and in 2000, to another nine years for sodomy. In 2004, the Federal Court reversed the second conviction and he was released. In July 2008, he was arrested over allegations he sodomised a male aide, and faces new sodomy charges in the Malaysian courts.

On 26 August 2008, Anwar won re-election in the Permatang Pauh by-election and returned to Parliament as leader of the Malaysian opposition. He has stated the need for liberalisation, including an independent judiciary and free media, to combat the endemic corruption that he considers pushes Malaysia close to failed state status

In November 2006, Anwar announced he planned to run for Parliament in 2008, after his disqualification expired. Anwar has been critical of government policies since his release from prison, most notably of the controversial New Economic Policy (NEP), which provides affirmative action for the Bumiputras. The policy sets a number of quotas, such as for units of housing and initial public offerings, that must be met.

He is also the Advisor of Parti Keadilan Rakyat, the party of which his wife Dr. Wan Azizah is president. He was in the forefront in organising a November 2007 mass rally, called the 2007 Bersih Rally, which took place in the Dataran Merdeka Kuala Lumpur to demand clean and fair elections. The gathering was organised by BERSIH, a coalition comprising political parties and civil society groups, and drew supporters from all over the country.

The 2008 election date, however, was set for 8 March 2008, sparking criticisms that Barisan Nasional called for early elections in a bid to deny Anwar's plans for a return to Parliament. In response, Anwar's wife, Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, declared that she would step down should she retain her Permatang Pauh parliamentary seat to force a by-election in which Anwar himself would contest.

When asked about the possibility of Anwar becoming the next Prime Minister, former leader Tun Dr. Mahathir reacted by saying rather sarcastically, "He would make a good Prime Minister of Israel".

On April 14, 2008, Anwar celebrated his official return to the political stage, as his ban from public office expired a decade after he was fired as Deputy Prime Minister. One of the main reasons the opposition seized a third of parliamentary seats and five states in the worst ever showing for the Barisan Nasional coalition that has ruled for half a century, was due to him leading at the helm. A gathering of more than 1,000 supporters greeted Anwar in a rally welcoming his return to politics. Police interrupted Anwar after he had addressed the rally for nearly two hours and called for him to stop the gathering since there was no legal permission for the rally.

On April 29, 2008, after 10 years of absence, he returned to the Parliament, albeit upon invitation as a spouse guest of Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, People's Justice Party and the first female opposition leader in Malaysian Parliament's history.


University of Westminster, London; 19 March 2010
Anwar Ibrahim Part 1 of 7


Anwar Ibrahim Part 2 of 7


Anwar Ibrahim Part 3 of 7


Anwar Ibrahim Part 4 of 7


Anwar Ibrahim Part 5 of 7


Anwar Ibrahim Part 6 of 7


Anwar Ibrahim Part 7 of 7




Batu Caves, Selangor; 11th February 2010
Save Malaysia Rally at Batu Caves Part 1 of 6


Save Malaysia Rally at Batu Caves Part 2 of 6


Save Malaysia Rally at Batu Caves Part 3 of 6


Save Malaysia Rally at Batu Caves Part 4 of 6


Save Malaysia Rally at Batu Caves Part 5 of 6


Save Malaysia Rally at Batu Caves Part 6 of 6




Press Conference at the London School of Economics (LSE) - 18th March 2010
APCO Should Not Be Involved In The Domestic Politics


On Malaysian Economy


You Can't Fight UMNO's Racism With Racist Agenda


Race Relations In Malaysia


Press Conference at the London School of Economics (Bahasa Malaysia)




Siapa bela APCO (Israel), Umno?
Ucapan Ketua Pembangkang Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim membahaskan Usul Menteri Di Jabatan Perdana Menteri menghadapkan beliau kepada Jawatankuasa Hak dan Kebebasan mengenai Isu 1Malaysia 1Israel pada 22 April 2010

Siapa bela APCO (Israel), Umno? Part 1 of 3


Siapa bela APCO (Israel), Umno? Part 2 of 3


Siapa bela APCO (Israel), Umno? Part 3 of 3




Umno, Judi, APCO dan Israel; 8 Jun 2010
Umno, Judi, APCO dan Israel (1) - Ceramah Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim di Stadium Selayang pada 8 Jun 2010. Turut hadir Dato' Seri Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang, Dr Tan Seng Giaw, Dato' Mahfuz Omar, Azmin Ali.

Umno, Judi, APCO dan Israel Part 1 of 3


Umno, Judi, APCO dan Israel Part 2 of 3


Umno, Judi, APCO dan Israel Part 3 of 3




Perbahasan Bajet 2011 - Oct 18, 2010
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim - Part 1 of 3


Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim - Part 2 of 3


Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim - Part 3 of 3




From 513 to 1Malaysia:
Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim Part 1 of 2


Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim Part 2 of 2




- Mar 7, 2010
Sultan Sulaiman Club, Kg Baru, Kuala Lumpur, : Pakatan Rakyat 2nd Anniversary.
Celebration Rally - Part 1 of 5


Celebration Rally - Part 2 of 5


Celebration Rally - Part 3 of 5


Celebration Rally - Part 4 of 5


Celebration Rally - Part 5 of 5




Selangor Pakatan Rakyat 2010 Convention
Anwar Ibrahim - Part 1 of 2


Anwar Ibrahim - Part 2 of 2




Anwar Ibrahim: Ceramah Perdana, Ampang (29/04/11)
Part 1 of 4


Part 2 of 4


Part 3 of 4


Part 4 of 4




Pakatan Rakyat Sabah Kota Kinabalu 2010 CNYAnwar Ibrahim - Part 1 of 5


Anwar Ibrahim - Part 2 of 5


Anwar Ibrahim - Part 3 of 5


Anwar Ibrahim - Part 4 of 5


Anwar Ibrahim - Part 5 of 5



Di Stadium Malawati Shah Alam: 1st July 2008
Meliwat-liwat Anwar Ibrahim Part 1 of 7


Meliwat-liwat Anwar Ibrahim Part 2 of 7


Meliwat-liwat Anwar Ibrahim Part 3 of 7


Meliwat-liwat Anwar Ibrahim Part 4 of 7


Meliwat-liwat Anwar Ibrahim Part 5 of 7


Meliwat-liwat Anwar Ibrahim Part 6 of 7


Meliwat-liwat Anwar Ibrahim Part 7 of 7


OsloFreedomForum | May 11, 2010
Malaysian opposition leader and former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim discusses the new generation of human rights violators: governments that hide behind the fa├žade of democracy and commit crimes in its name. Facing trial, but still striving to break more than fifty years of single-party rule in Malaysia, he remains steadfast in his optimism and trust in true democracy and the wisdom of the masses. Fighting not only for freedom of speech, but also freedom after speech, he implores citizens to scrutinize the validity of vote-winning slogans such as freedom, democracy, and human rights, which are all too often empty or skewed.

Anwar Ibrahim - Oslo Freedom Forum 2010 - Part 1 of 2


Anwar Ibrahim - Oslo Freedom Forum 2010 - Part 2 of 2



Labis, Johor 06/01/2011Ubah Sekarang, Selamatkan Malaysia - Part 1 of 2

Ubah Sekarang, Selamatkan Malaysia - Part 2 of 2


Anwar's ceramah disrupted by FRU - Mar 25, 2011
Two PKR Youth members were arrested and the crowd became unruly during a ceramah by opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim in Gombak tonight. About 10 policemen charged in to prevent the PKR de facto leader from speaking for more than the 15 minutes he was allocated.

Part 1 of 2


Part 2 of 2




Merlimau by Election: Jan 03, 2011
Anwar Ibrahim - Part 1 of 2

Anwar Ibrahim - Part 2 of 2



Ceramah At Felda Chemplak 03/01/2011 - Part 1 of 2


Ceramah At Felda Chemplak 03/01/2011 - Part 2 of 2



Ceramah At Tenang 03/01/2011 - Part 1 of 2


Ceramah At Tenang 03/01/2011 - Part 2 of 2


Ceramah At Felda Chemplak 03/01/2011 - Part 1 of 2


Ceramah At Felda Chemplak 03/01/2011 - Part 2 of 2


Negara Bankrap Sebab Rasuah
Tenang By-Election 22/01/2011




Taman Melati, Wangsa Maju, Kuala Lumur 14/12/2010Anwar Ibrahim - Part 1 of 3

Anwar Ibrahim - Part 2 of 3

Anwar Ibrahim - Part 3 of 3



To The Friends of Pakatan Rakyat In London


Protest Against Israeli Deadly Raid
US Embassy, Kuala Lumpur 04/06/2010



Law conferenceNow that the 15th Malaysian Law Conference has come to a close, Anwar Ibrahim and the Bar Council organising committee are making light the controversy caused by the opposition leader's presence at the conference.



As Anwar gave his closing address, he applauded the organising committee's bravado for inviting him to the event, a move that was said to have cost Attorney-General Abdul Gani Patail's presence. "Really, I should say that words can't convey my profound appreciation for the 'slings and arrows of outrageous fortune' that your organisation had to suffer by inviting me her.


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Matrix Of Evil
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