Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Hishamuddin Yunus On The Spotlight Again

You have heard the name Hishamuddin Yunus a few times. Among them...

1. Involved in the Rocky / Jeff Ooi case vs Kalimullah and The NSTP Gang.
2. Malik Hussein, ISA Detainee found abused by police and compensated $2.5 million.
3. ISA detainees released in 2001 without condition much to the chagrin of the government.

The latest news that hit the spotlight on the man is where Utusan, the UMNO paper entity was jointly slapped along with its ex-chief writer Datuk Johan Jaffar and another party $200K in damages against an ex-professor Fatimah Busu of USM for an defamation article written in 1997.

This piece is up on Berita Harian but a blackout of this is on Utusan because their reputation had taken a beating following the judgement delivered by the man himself. See this piece on Berita Harian.

The case has already been six years old, filed on March 1 2002 over the article written 5 years ago on March 2 1997.

Mob was wrote a posting that his name is well googled over in Malaysia. The poster above is from him with usual credits of course.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra's Dirty Secret

Just got an e-mail last week:

Much as we like to encourage appreciation of Western Music in Malaysia why is it that Petronas sees it fit to finance the 'Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra' which is a misnomer because 95% of its 105 musicians are foreign and mainly European. Each musician is paid between RM 16,000- RM28,000 per month. They are given 2 months paid holiday and working conditions which are second to none in the world.

They have not one but 3 European conductors ! The Chief Conductor is paid RM130,000 per month and the Associate Conductor gets paid RM 50,000 per month. The total Monthly budget for this orchestra is RM3.5 million.

The Malaysian Conductor Ooi Chean See resigned because it was widely known she was being undermined and not allowed to develop in her career. During her time with the orchestra, her concert schedule decreased gradually to the point she was doing only a couple 'Children's Concerts' per year.

The orchestra has been in existence for 10 years now and the total amount spent on this orchestra has been a staggering RM 500 million.

Yes, Petronas does not have money for bridges for Malaysians but it has money to splash on foreign musicians. Petronas does not appear to have real desire to train or give opportunity to locals musicians.

They promised to set up an Academy of Music to train local musicians with the tutors drawn from the orchestra but this sadly has not materialised.

Since its inception, the Malaysian Philharmonic orchestra has not increased its Malaysian participation which still stands at a shameful 4%. They have cosmetic programs like 'outreach' to supposedly encourage the love of western classical music to local Malaysians but these are essentially self serving publicity stunts. Even the newly formed'Malaysian Philharmonic Youth Orchestra' is a publicity stunt with no serious commitment to develop Malaysian talent. It is poorly organised and its musicians meet about twice a year only! The previous founding CEO of the orchestra Mr Hamid Abu Bakar was clueless about music and left the artistic decisions to IMG, an international music agency who have successfully milked Petronas for tens of millions of dollars.

The current CEO Juniwati Hussin is a chemist by training and is a slight improvement because she does actually attend the concerts and is not averse to learning to appreciate western classical music. But the overall artisitc planning and direction in controlled by the Europeans who have a vested interest telling Petronas that there is no talent in Malaysia and the ignorant management of Petronas are happy to maintain the status quo. It would appear that they prefer foreign participation in this 'Malaysian Orchestra' then to have Malaysians. What a pathetic mindset.

I hope issues like this will be brought up in parliament.

Why can't Petronas train local musicians, provide scholarships for locals to study abroad if need be, and then employ them in the orchestra. In a matter of a few yearswe can have an orchestra consisting of Malaysians true to the name Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and good enough to rival the Singapore Symphony Orchestra.There is an abundance of talent in Malaysia. The sad fact is, Malaysian talent is usually recognized overseas.

Inikah attitude Petronas!?

Monday, April 28, 2008

Yes, It's The First Parliament Session! But...

Today marks the brand new Parliament session, where all the formalities needed to take place. And tomorrow, the Agong will be presenting in speech to mark the opening of the session.

Yes, the Parliamentary speaker, Tan Sri Pandika Amin Mulia was the undisputed choice for the speaker, everyone agreed with the choice. That's fine but then here's the part to be questioned in regards of selecting the deputy speakers.

According to the Star, both deputy speakers elected are from Barisan Nasional, names forwarded by Dollah Badawi. If you look at the tally, Dr. Wan Junaidi had 157 votes while Ronald Kiandee had 140. From the given scenario, although 17 MPs from PR voted for Dr. Junaidi, nobody from their side dissented over their decision to pick Wan Junaidi. But in those two votings, all the 140 BN MPs voted for their selection proposed by Dollah.

You see, other BN MPs, excluding ministers and Opposition ones are either chickening in fear or blindly following the leader. There could be some who wished to vote otherwise but could not do so because to go according to your instinct against the party line is going against the government and you could end up at the whip a.k.a Najib. This is what longkang MPs are. That was what was hinted and mentioned by Gerakan to their members, although a few made to Parliament. Some, who feel are outspoken are held back because of the party line, which is against the democracy basics. Ong Ka Ting said that he felt liberated given of his new status as a backbencher, but I don't think so because the line is still there.

If that's the case, then Malaysia, run by Barisan Nasional, is practicing not real democracy, not 'guided democracy ' as Nazri Aziz said but instead a brand new form of 'communism' - forcing their tenets into everyone, although each person had their own believes and some liberal ones. If you remember during the Emergency days, the Communist party was forcing their believes into every citizen of Malaya. Islamization in Malaysia, as what spoken a few months ago was an attempt to form a new 'socialism' practice in Malaysia.

Come on BN, let me hear that dirty word - SOCIALISM!

Sunday, April 27, 2008

Raja Petra on BLOG

I just tuned in to BLOG a special show on TV1. I didn't know that fellow blogger The Scribe A Kadir Jasin executive produced the show but I only had two comments on the show, which is basically 20 minutes is not enough and I felt that going for one hour or 30 minutes would be enough. And secondly, given of the time limit, it seems that our host was forced to be rude and sometimes cut in at Peter's response at most times.

A very interesting point that is raised up by 'Pete' is that Islamization is the new form of communism. Just as what happened to pre-election where anything dissent is against the government, that is how communism works now. No wonder protests ended up with arrests. The cases of corruption and bad governance often happen to Muslim nation compared to non-muslim nations. I keep telling you that education rate in Muslim nations is just 2/5ths.

Sorry for the image as the TV signal for TV1 isn't quite good compared to other channels.

Saravanan Running Around To Do The Rounds!

Sara, Sara, oh Saravanan!, you are made to sweat and do the rounds non-stop in that week itself.

See the record here speaks for yourself:

19 April:

21 April: Medan Damansara folks object to project

See also: 21 Apr: Wee Takes Saravanan to Task

April 25:

April 26: Stray Dogs Allegedly Poisoned

Our Tapper Tapah man Saravanan is made to do rounds dealing with issues in Kuala Lumpur. And in this time above, where the hell is Zulhasnan? Become Ali Baba and delegate the task to his MIC running dog deputy ah? I guess this could be a possibility why our friend went berserk at the MPs during that day.

There are still plenty of archive stuff as according to this google search.

Convinced? Then go and bash him if you have to.

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Lagi Bukti Bahawa BN Masih Tidak Sedar!

Just from the UMNO entity called Bernama:

IPOH, April 26 (Bernama) -- The Entrepreneur and Cooperatives Development Ministry will stop disbursing development funds to the state economic development corporations (SEDCs) in five states controlled by Pakatan Rakyat namely Kelantan, Kedah, Penang, Perak and Selangor. Its minister Datuk Noh Omar said the fund would now be channelled to Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara).

"From now onwards it will be given through Mara," he told reporters after opening the annual general meeting of the Perak chapter of the Malaysia Malay Chamber of Commerce here Saturday.

He said the disbursement of the fund was a long-held policy to help the people.

As the state governments controlled by the Pakatan Rakyat were hostile to the ministry, it was better for the fund to be disbursed through Mara, he added. Noh also said that the move by the Selangor and Perak state governments to impose rentals on training centres run by the ministry showed that they were not adopting people-friendly policies.

**Is it really that those state governments were hostile? No, UMNO are the ones that makes noise and buzz around when they lost badly in the five states.

He said from August, the Sabak Bernam Giat Mara in Selangor which occupied 10 units of Sabak Bernam District Council's stalls would have to pay a monthly rental of RM1,500.

A skill training centre in Lahat near here would also have to pay rental soon.

There were no rentals prior to this, he said.

"We will pay the rent for the benefit of the trainees," he said, adding that the two state governments were thinking only in terms of profits without regards for the need to serve the people.

**Good God, Omar! Why are you doing it again? Are you following Azalina Lesbian, rearing the same head as she do? When you say this it's because you don't like Pakatan Rakyat governments. Still sulking in defeat, eh? Well, rest assure that you will be out of the job latest by September. It won't be in good use to say that. August will be kind of unimplemented.

Dream on UMNO...this is why you get kicked in the pants.

Kerishamuddin Says Sorry For Dagger Antics...So?

KUALA LUMPUR, April 25 — It’s over. The single act which alienated many Malaysians and was responsible for driving many Chinese and Indians into the clutches of the Opposition will not be repeated. Umno Youth chief Datuk Hishammuddin Hussein today cut his losses and apologised for the keris waving act which he introduced as an opening gambit at the Umno assembly three years ago.

His colleagues in the Barisan Nasional Youth were surprised when he broached the subject of the keris during their closed-door meeting. He said that it was time he offered Malaysians an apology over the act which was criticised as a saber-rattling and threatening gesture towards non-Malays.

Otherwise, it would be difficult to move on politically, he said. Officially, he will have to get the support of the Umno Youth exco before canning the keris act but in reality that is just a formality for a politician who commands a strong grip on the wing.

Some of his party men will view his apology as a climb down in the face of external pressure but the majority of them will understand his gesture. They too have been complaining behind his back on the silliness of persisting with an act which has cost them dearly at the polls.

His friends from MCA, MIC, Gerakan and other component parties of the BN were pleased with Hishammuddin’s apology. At a press conference after the meeting, the Education Minister said that he was sorry if his keris waving action had affected non-Malays. For good measure, he also said sorry to the Malays.

"I would also like to apologise to the Malays over my failure to uphold the Malay symbol," he said. He was recently taken to task by Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah and Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad for spooking non-Malays in the country.

His friends say that the results of Election 2008 and the swing of the non-Malay vote to Pakatan Rakyat stunned him. His soul-searching led him to the unmistakable conclusion that his keris waving act had been a major factor in the defeat of many of his friends in BN.

This was especially so in Penang where the DAP effectively caricatured him as a chauvinist and Malay ultra. Posters of him clenching the keris were placed in strategic places around the island.

For Hishammuddin, the apology is a must if he harbours any hope of rising to the top of the political ladder. Several years ago, he was seen widely as the man who would one day become the prime minister of Malaysia. The man who would carry on the legacy of his grandfather and father – Onn Jaafar and Tun Hussein Onn, both men who were revered for their sense of fairness and belief that Malaysia belonged to all races.

In the last two years, even his Chinese businessmen friends have been wondering whether he had crossed over to the dark side and become a Malay nationalist. Today’s apology is the first step by him to try and rehabilitate his image and re-launch his political career.


About time for him to admit that he's antics had driven many minorities into anger and that is one of the factors of why Barisan Nasional was punished on March 8.

So far, it's good but there is one more thing for him to do if he wishes to say geniunely that he's sorry for it: Since he's the education minister, he has to do some serious revamping over the education policies in Malaysia. Still the results are not good: STPM is not accepted worldwide, people waste another year for A-levels, the education quota in local universities remains unacceptable to the minorities and etc. Only if he fixes that, then it completes the path of 'atonement'

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Taking Names at Wangsa Maju

Wangsa Maju MP Wee Choo Keong's service center at Section 2 had a soft opening yesterday and invitation was extended to anybody to come over to say hello or talk on problems. I went there after work at around 8.15 p.m.

Although the first Parliament session has yet to kick off and it is about 5 days away, YB Wee is not wasting anytime; He had already started listening to grouses by citizens from the sector even if the service center has just been cleaned up and a phone line installed with two air-conditioners, but not fully furnished.

With a laptop, he writes down the grouses aired by people. Others would wait until their turn to enter the room to meet with YB. Some of his supporters plus the PAS people came around to say hello to the center while also enjoying fried noodles, rice and satay on the house. I was told that since starting his blog and after elections, Wee is quite enthusiastic over what people say about his postings via comments and I believed that he posts as soon as heas h most of the materials ready as soon as possible, even if it's early in the morning. On Wednesday, he had three posts published, one on the Rustam Sani's passing, another a press release and the other, a letter demanding Alam Flora and DBKL to terminate the sub-contractor for garbage collection in Section 2, Institulin Sdn Bhd.

Two reporters and a photographer were also invited for an interview and YB was also addressing the same illegal immigrant issue that is plaguing KL and also elaborated that DBKL could not act at Petaling Street because of being held back by a 'syndicate' led by an underworld boss and the statement by MCA's Datuk Ang on Petaling Street hawkers was a lie. (see press statement, note the second in less than three days).

The pics were taken on my phone camera and joining me in covering the occasion is of course TV Smith and E Woon. I had a good guessing that Eric will show up and I got it right as he came here but this time on his own. I had seen him last month at a thanksgiving celebration that YB Wee organized previously. From what was discussed between both of us I understand that should there is a change of government, YB is could either be a FT Minister or being the Mayor of KL if the post is abolished due to his seniority.

Secondly, postings including letters, documents and reports submitted here are as proof of what is written. With the official Lingamtape scandal report due to this Friday, let's see whether if what was written in there is against what is actually submitted. Let's also see how Monday will play out.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

We Are Free of The Freaking Past, Goodness Sake!

It's just a guy taking up a job to run the development of Penang. That's all. There is nothing going wrong by just taking up the job.

Instead idiots politicize the issue for nothing by calling Lee Kah Choon as jumping from a BN ship to a DAP ship. I guess that they are blurred by the line of getting a job and joining a party. As because of this childish thing, he just quit all political posts, better than being a lap dog to Dollah Badawi. Did I mention that he flip-flopped again since the other time he said up to Lee to decide?

Just like work, it's taking up a work that will fit a person's career aspirations. If you think the offer is better and you take up fine, but at least the others will admit that they have failed you and furthermore they need to respect your decision.

In this case, respecting a decision is not there and they started to squabble like kids, chief of them is of course your racist friend Ali Rustam. Ali got slapped left and right last week and this week, we could see him getting smacked again and again even if he doesn't allow comments on his blog anymore. Just a point to ponder: if you don't really like him, why do you guys foolishly pick him at the elections?

We are just free of the freaking past! The time of sorting by race and party is gone.

The way BN squabbles is just no other than Gangs of New York fighting at every corner of the street, for what?

Mengapakah Awak Diperbodohkan Oleh BN-UMNO?

Sometimes I wonder what if the number of seats in Parliament occupied by Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat are equal, which is 111 apiece. If that scenario happens, both sides will have to agree in the decision making process.

Sometime ago, I have provided my two cents on why BN were able to win on four states in Peninsular Malaysia: Terengganu, Pahang, Malacca and Johor. The main factor contributing to this is how the people there thinks: BN is the one government that can be trusted and can place their faiths all along disregarding of their misdeeds done.

Johor is the worst case of the lot, but not in Terengganu because of the fear of persecution. Nonetheless, I do not have to repeat again about those things in those three states assuming that you have read the previous entry before continuing.

And this is what happens when you keep on voting on Barisan Nasional and let Dollah Badawi in charge even if it's just short of 2/3rds majority.

1. Bread price for wholemeal went up by another 30 cents.
2. Rice price went up by another 30 cents per kilo.
3. Mee hoon price up by 15 percent / 40 cents per packet.

Either you guys are total loyalists of Barisan or you are being played stupid by them. I will be commenting on how one of the MPs winning a seat in a dirty manner later. Just to quote from Nazri's infamous line, "Bodoh! Bodoh! Bodoh!"

Dollah Badawi's decision to announce reforms to the judiciary and ACA is just merely a smokescreen to improve his dismal image. Malaysia still remains ignorant in preparation of a possible earlier than expected global economic tsunami in the next one or two months. Doom sayers prediction of oil hitting $100 hit true towards the end of 2007 and we are now seeing Oil hits $118 for the first time due to weak dollar.

Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI - coincidentally) said to the people - "Wait until the 28" meaning are we likely to see the end of Dollah Badawi before the time happening? A fear expressed is by the time the economic tsunami happens, Dollah and his cronies would have been carrying and sucking out millions and running away elsewhere, leaving the people in economic misery. When that happens, anarchy and chaos will happen.

Here's an interesting piece to see from Mr. Matthias Chang: from Biggum called 'Get Rid of Dollah!"

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Hongkies, Singaporeans, Indonesians and Malaysians

Hongkies, Singaporeans, Indonesians and Malaysians

Being Hongkies is good because...

1. We are Hongkies and not Chinese.
2. We can talk and shout and nobody gives a damn.
3. Jackie Chan is our icon.
4. We can live in a 5' x 5' cubicle and call it luxury apartment. We even need to pay $10,000 a month for this cubicle.
5. Our children can speak Cantonese at a young age.
6. We get to blame everything on Feng Shui or Tung Chee Hwa or the mainland communists.
7. Gambling is more interesting than sex. Macau is the place to for thrills!
8. We produce a lot of Miss Hong Kong to the enjoyment of the rich and famous.

We love being Singaporean because...

1. We are not Malaysians.
2. Everyone (especially the Malaysian) hates us, except ourselves.
3. Famous for Orchard Road and we love Geylang. Geylang is the place to go for thrills!
4. We have our own island.
5. We will never ever have yucky chewing gum stuck under our shoes.
6. We know how to enjoy our vacation in Malaysia - keep a few RM50 notes before you enter the highway: You can throw anything, anytime, anywhere and always wash our cars at the resort.
7. We can speed up to 180 kilometers per hour and not ending up with a summon as long as we have RM50 with us to spare.
8. The men are always concerned, first question to ask a girl "Do you have CPF?"
9. Never fear of getting lost in our country - S$20 taxi ride will get you into the sea. Hahaha!
10. We'll never have to worry about finding Mr or Ms right because the government will find one for us.
11. 1 Singapore dollar = 2.5 Ringgit... nyek nyek nyek.
12. It's OK to be Kiasu. It's part of our culture.

Top reasons for being Indonesian are as follow...

1. We are not Australian.
2. We live in the biggest country in South East Asia .
3. No pirates in Indonesia water if you exclude the Navy and Coast guards.
4. Everything is cheap, even our salaries...
5. We can blame everything to Suharto or BJ Habibie or Gus Dur or Megawati or who's next?
6. Only in Indonesia you can get involved in real demonstrations daily for different causes and see no results.
7. Our Rupiah is like a Yo Yo, it can go up and down just because IMF say so...
8. We burn everything and nobody gives a damn. We cause haze all over the South East Asia and nobody can do a thing... nyek nyek nyek.
9. We don't need fire fighters as our neighbours will provide...

Being a Malaysian is the best because...

1. World tallest twin towers, Best F1 circuit, largest roti canai, most expensive toll rates, ...because Malaysia Boleh!
2. We can be driving, picking our nose, cursing another driver, talking on the handphone, adjusting the radio and bribing the traffic police at the same time.
3. We divorce by sending SMS.
4. Traffic summon can be settled on the spot with the traffic police.
5. We have Teh Tarik Roti Canai on the Russian space ship.
6. We can save a lot of electricity b'coz our TV shows are so crappy.
7. We can blame everything on the haze or George Soros or government or opposition parties or...
8. Resourceful City Council, one person to drive the van, one to carry the ladder, one to change a street's bulb and three others watching...
9. We make 2 lane trunk roads into 3 lane highway and back to 2 lane when polices are sighted
10. There's always something for the JKR to do. They dig, resurface the road, dig and resurface...
11. All main roads are designated highway because it gives Velooo a reason to collect toll.
12. Our government can never be wrong.
13. Our badminton players win already only need to pay them RM35,000 very cheap compare to David Beckham.
14. You can divorce for as little as RM 10 million ringgit and marry a young singer you like, how nice is life.
15. We can even used C4 bomb to bombard Gengkis Khan or Kublai Khan grandchildren
16. We have more water than Singapore ... nyek nyek nyek.
17. If you got no monies you can also snatch others people monies
18. If you are a policeman rider you can kick and bang people car like nobody business
19. If you drive a police car, you can speed cause speed limit only apply to citizen
20. all motor rider can join Mat Rempit club for free and can throw stones at the police station anytime they like.
21. if you got nothing to do join the rela and go to the kongsi gelap and extort monies from them.
22. You can rape people and blame them for wearing very little, what a joke man.

Monday, April 21, 2008

Drop by Jeremiah's Blues

Dear readers:

My friend Edmund who once writes in his blog Uncle Screwtape's blogs has recently invited me to be one of the co-writers of his blog. If you fancy for something outside politics, humor, religion or something interesting, then do drop by his blog, Jeremiah's Blues.

Have fun.

Now It's 15 Rounds In the Ring!

I don't have to tell you that after the disaster that is March 8 where BN took a big blow, many members of BN from Khir Toyo, Ali Rustam or Chua Soi Lek started their own blogs and started expressing their feelings to the public.

They could have done it earlier, but I am not sure whether that the fear of facing the whip is what held them back from starting a blog.

In September, I cam across an interesting post by an ex-journalist entitled 'YBs, Start Your Blog'. After the elections, the call came true as many BN guys started their own blog.

Ali Rustam is some guy who can't take the heat. It's good that he started a blog but after he wrote a post of pig farms in Selangor, he was slapped left and right because of his behavior addressed in the post. Don't forget that Ali Rustam is the one who tried to reduce the number of pigs and farms in Malacca alone , thus sparking the role between farmers until the MCA had to step in to intervene. Apparently, his Wordpress blog got deleted in disgust.

Now do you call that a racist?

No. But I'm talking out of the point. And now a new kid has join the blogging wagon and he's no stranger to us for he tends to go for a swing against people. You know Mike Tyson right? Trying to go in for the punch and the first person he wants to fight is none other than Khir Toyo.

It will be somewhat a 15 round match in the ring and I would love to see how the match played out. Khir Toyo is okay now, but you do recall Mike Tyson had to get a reporter to look into a seditious section before making a police report against Raja Petra?

There were two famous articles which titled 'Muhd Son of Muhd I Accept!' or 'See You In Hell Son of Muhd.' Now that he's a UMNO information chief, he can try to create a smokescreen to send the wrong message to the public.

And now the match begins...TING TING TING!

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Sara, Sara, oh Saravanan!

Do you guys remember a track by Starship called 'Sarah'?

In case if you have not seen this piece by this deputy FT minister Saravanan, you might want to take a look here.

Saravanan lashes out at some aggressive KL reps


IS this how an MP should behave?” questioned Deputy FT minister Datuk M. Saravanan in relation to the two-day round-table forum organised by the Federal Territories Ministry at Hotel Istana.

He was commenting on the attitude of some MPs at the conference, “in particularly Wangsa Maju MP Wee Choo Keong and Segambut MP Lim Lip Eng”.

He said the FT Ministry was worried by the pressure and threat from some MPs, citing that the authority was forced to take action against the foreign workers at Chinatown in a few days following Wee's accusations of Kuala Lumpur City Hall's (DBKL) incompetence.


Yes indeed this is true that you guys never bother to come and do it only to do it when you are pushed by people. Here's one example: I always park my car at Brickfields before walking to my office in Central Plaza and I see plenty of rubbish at the small alleyway near the Monorail station. And you guys don't even bother to do it.

What about in Petaling Street? Petaling Street has lost its charm as tourist spot. Gone are the glorious days and instead becomes another red light spot, too many foreign workers people here and you guys don't even bother about piracy here. Were you paid by those guys to 'turn one eye away?'

Don't forget that there are some bus drivers around town that are actually Indonesians but were given MyKad status, you can judge them by their behavior. Why did you bring them in whereas the jobless rate here is still at a unsatisfactory level?


“City Hall has already told Wee that they were discussing with the hawkers and petty traders' association in Chinatown to find out better ways to deal with the problem, but he said that was a stupid answer and distributed a statement with the remark to everyone at the retreat on the first day,” he told a press conference.

“We have to deal with the issue sensitively because Chinatown is a tourist destination known to the world, and we want to allow the operators there to adjust themselves. We cannot just carry out harsh enforcement.

“However, with the pressure and threat from this MP, we have no choice but to take action against the foreign workers,” he said.

*You lanchiou! Why didn't you do it at your own initiative? Why do you wait until last minute?*

“Your representative asked us to take action,” he stressed.

On Lim, Saravanan said he asked for reserved parking from the hotel for MPs. “Now as an MP in the opposition you want free parking, if you are in the ruling party, would you ask to own the hotel?”


Fuck you! Parking rates are sometimes killing. In times where high cost of living, people would rather pay a bit and used the remaining for better things like food and etc. If I want to park and do something for 30 minutes, do you have any free parking space here?*

DBKL is at times can be greedy. Extra money, double the fines over the PDRM limit just to fill up the coffers and instead do nothing serious for the benefit of the people. Where are those disabled-people friendly facilities? I don't see any of those around the city. Greedy pigs!

You want to charge people for coming into town? Not enough to sate your coffer?


He criticised that some MPs did not make good use of the chance, and that veterans Cheras MP Tan Kok Wai and Bukit Bintang MP Fong Kui Lun could have done better.

However, he commended Bandar Tun Razak MP Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, Batu MP Tian Chua and Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar for their professionalism.

Asked if ties between the ministry and the MPs were ruined, he said: “Some, not all. I must be fair, there are MPs who can think.”

He said KL MPs should know the operating mechanism in the Federal Territories, that the authority could not take immediate actions in some cases and “just bring the weapon there and shoot”, as they needed to discuss with relevant ministries and consider many aspects.

*You mean all of you must answer to this Mr. $700 million man Zulhasnan?*

Saravanan also said that the need for these kind of forums again would be reassessed. However, he added that the ministry still valued constructive suggestions.

“If you think you respect us, we will listen; but if you think you don't respect us, sorry, we have no time for you,” he said.

*As Mr. Wee said in his post, DBKL is slack in their work. The department heads can be like Little Napoleons and slack. If that's the case, throw the whole group and replace by those who can do it seriously and properly lol. As said, the MP was asking you 12 questions and there are no answers. It implies that:

1. Awak tak tahu Bahasa Inggeris atau Bahasa Melayu.
2. Awak tak langsung buat hal ini, turning one eye round.
3. Goyang kaki saja, tunggu untuk gaji buta saja.


He assured that the participants would see results to the matters raised, but they have to give them time.

“We look at the urgency level. Some matters, for instance, the suggestion of a three-day feedback timeframe is being implemented but we can't curb rising crime rate in one or two days,” he said.

*Why didn't you do it earlier? Paperwork, red tape , or bureaucracy? If that's the case, give them to others to do it and get lost.*

Meanwhile Federal Territory Barisan leaders hit out at some of the opposition MPs in Kuala Lumpur for their improper behaviour at the forum.

FT Umno information chief Datuk Suhaili Abdul Rahman said the MPs regardless from which party they belong should have used the roundtable meeting to debate proper proposals.

“Even if you want to criticise it should not be done in an aggressive manner. This is only their arrogance.

“If this is the way they are going to conduct themselves then I propose that the FT Ministry do not hold such meetings in the future as it is simply waste of time. The action by the irresponsible MPs would only make the people suffer,” said Suhaili.

FT PPP also hit out the opposition MPs saying they should not “play politics” but should instead show willingness to work and resolve the problems faced by city folks.

Its chairman A. Chandrakumanan said the behaviour of the some KL opposition MPs reflected their true character.

“Among themselves there seems to be no cohesion. For example Wangsa Maju MP Wee Choo Keong placed banners thanking the voters in his constituency with only the PKR and PAS logos while the DAP logo was missing. Where is the spirit of Pakatan Rakyat that they are talking about?” said Chandrakumanan.

*Are you guys trying to make a political issue out of this?*

Guys, in case some of you have forgotten, YB. Wee is a KL MP for 10 years before the scandal in 1995 where he was stripped of the MP and given to Dr. Ayam. You might have forgotten that he can be a no-nonsense MP when it comes to Parliament and when you go into sessions and see him, as what some people say, be prepared to get scared.

I just went over to YB Wee's posting and saw that a big percentage of people are behind him over the logical reasoning that he posted there. Here's an example of their comment of those behind him:
Zulhasnan ada banyak jawatan sekarang. Menteri Undi Pos dan sekaranbg juga Menteri Pendatang Haram. Wow! Zulhasnan boleh terima gaji dua kali sebab dua jawatan.

Task malukah Zulhasnan. The problems of illegal immigrants dominating the Jalan Petaling and breaking all the laws there and your Deputy talling us that we should not take harsh actions . We should tolerate illegal immigrants.

What rubbish the Minsiter of FT is tralking? There msut be water int he head for Minsiter for FT. No country in the world will tolerate illegal immigrants esepfcoially when they are social menaces. They broke the law, terrorising the street of KL and the residential areas in KL.

If we cannot get rid of theillegal immigrants in our cities then we msut get rid of teh BN minister like Zulhasnan - Good for nothing!

Zulhasnan dengan Savaranan adalah Menteri dan Timbalan Pendatang Haram.
See, even people do imply that Zulhasnan is one greedy person, hence the title of $700 million man.

I always go to Petaling Street either on Wednesdays or Fridays for my dinner on the way back home via LRT and I can see too many illegal workers there. Now here's two scenes that I witnessed there sometime ago:

1. If you remember that last September I witnessed a group of citizens beat up a Bangladeshi man for attempting to steal some stuff at the flower shop. Then they chased him to the other side at Central Market and beat him again when the person stole a bottle of shampoo from a pharmacy nearby. Then they beat again when he tried to run again from Central Market.

2. Nearby the noodle store, a DVD peddler, an illegal immigrant from the speech and skin colors harassed a Sikh man for not turning down an offer to buy their DVDs after he examined it. He was about to try to go on top of the man and a heated exchange occured until he backed down because I was on that spot. I could be the witness of things in case police is around the corner.

The bottom line? Illegal immigrants in the problem.

In short from the main story, Saravanan should back his words up by trying to run the post of Mayor, maybe exchanging positions with Borhan for a week to proof that he's really meaning it.

I am quite convinced that DBKL is not efficient and there is still spaces that bread corruption which is still evident now. Yes, I do wish to see to see it clean up and if I am a person that was given a fine ticket by those bozos, then I ain't paying until I see them clean and sober.

Friday, April 18, 2008

The Third Seal - Famine

When He opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, "Come and see." And I looked, and behold, a black horse, and he who sat on it had a pair of scales in his hand. And I heard a voice in the midst of the four living creatures saying, "A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius; and do not harm the oil and the wine."

- Revelations 6:5-7

If the passage from the bible doesn't seem to convince you, perhaps these few pieces convince you:

Utusan - Gardenia Bakeries prices up by 10 percent.
Utusan - Harga Beras Naik 10 - 20 peratus sejak Ahad lalu
MSNBC - China Food Costs Soar

If you want to hit someone for all the problems, blame the hoarders and the oil barons!

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Another NS Casualty....Sigh..!

When National Service was first introduced in 2004, I asked my brother of his opinion. And he had a very negative perception of the program. He was quite skeptical, he was doubting whether things can be handled there of. Flash forward to December last year, after he finished his SPM, I asked him whether he was selected for the program or not. He said that his name did not appear on the list.

He was not disappointed but instead he was happy not to be selected.

You see that the National Service was the brainchild of Najib back in 2003 and although the thing has been running well, the service was marred by 20 deaths so far.

The latest, a one Afiq Zulhairi Rozali died of a lung infection and could have been saved if he was taken to a specialist hospital the moment authorities detected and act as fast on a situation like this. Unfortunately, camp authorities are very slow and sometimes tend to procrastinate.

In some cases, some parents were not allowed to visit their children. Little mullahs cum camp administrators? Well, some of them. Bureaucracy is something that tends to irk a parent in this case. Well, there might be a possibility of a trainee playing truant and perhaps it could be a reason of authorities acting slow. Maybe another reason could be that a government hospital doctor could not diagnose of a possible health irregularity than a private hospital specialist would.

In this case, you need ANNIYAN to punish those little mullahs.

Now that the National Service is in its 5th year, there is an average of 4 trainee deaths per year. It's still not a good sign of the program and it's one of the flaws that needs to be patched up. Secondly, perhaps the environment might be the problem. But chances are it's the speed and the action needed to handle the sick ones have to be dealt with.

I don't really blame the government for having the idea, but instead it is the fault of the executors - maybe insensitivity or inconsideration plays a part of a youth's death. Paying $30000 + for a trainee's death doesn't do much to appease the family of the dead. Live is more precious than money and BN doesn't seem to care about this case.

If I am a parent and for some reason I feel that life of my child is more important, when in jeopardy, than following the administration rules, then I will have to take the risk of breaking the rule. Go in and say scream at the mullahs..whatsoever. When a trainee dies, the blood is on the EXECUTORS, not the parents, not their friends, but those running the camp.

And that's the reason why my brother absolutely hated the idea.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

$1.4 Million? Get Lost, Bitch!

Ah, the big scoop by Nades in today's edition of the Sun:

Azalina Lesbian spent an amazing $1.4 million on entertainment during her tenure as Sports Minister. $1.4 million is kind of money that a poor community would crave on to help their own rice bowl.

But then this is not just the only thing. Remember the Auditor's General report that Sports Ministry paid $32 for a toolbox!? Pay $32 for one? You can just go and buy a similar one for the half price at a hardware shop.

Frankly, Azalina 'Lesbian' should not be a minister:

1. Many think that terminating MoUs on tourism at 5 opposition-ruled states is somewhat a childish act by UMNO-BN as punishment to the people choosing against them.
2. Azalina talks about bloggers again and again.
3. Do you remember her 'dirty tactic' to bribe the PKR candidate of $1 million to win unopposed?
That's the quick way of jumping back into the ministry without a sweat!
4. Given her kind of behavior, it implies of the pirate behavior. Coincidentally, most ministers in the current cabinet are from Johor. My friend used to say, most extremists are from Johor and behaves like an arrogant pirate. That's no joke, palsie.!

But then, savor it for a little while longer. After that, if the Pakatan government takes over, then her Ministrial career is over..."why so serious?"

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

The Two Emma(s) Day!

Just for crazed movie fans out there, this has been a coincidence since 2002.

April 15 is often called the Two Emma(s) day by some, named after the two stars of the movies, Emma Watson (Hermione) and Emma Thompson (Prof. Trelawney - the old coot Seer but always right). Both share the same birth date.

Nuff Said.

KL Freeze

Didn't know until today.

This was the first time that a feat like that was done in KL. In Grand Manhattan, it is an annual event that is never missed out. In the movies, it was shown prominently in The Fisher King.

Monday, April 14, 2008

Utusan and UMNO was Scaring The Shit Out of This

In the morning, the majority dailies mentioned that the police was threatening to arrest participants of the a 'private' gathering at the Sultan Sulaiman club in Kampung Baru. Today is called Black 14 because in the original plan, at the stroke of midnight, Anwar Ibrahim is eligible to contest and take part in active politics.

True, 20000 people were in attendance of the show and I met fellow bloggers Tony, Haris, and Michelle there. Now there's All-Blogs TV, a special online channel to cater for the local scenario. Cool. The initial plan was to celebrate two events at the same time, one is Raja Petra and his wife's 35th wedding anniversary and secondly another blogger, Arif Abdul's birthday bash as well.

Well because of that, I think those two events did not happen as well. I couldn't see them at all. Anwar was talking the same thing again but this time he was revealing extra things that subtly hints of change of government within a timeframe of three months.

Coming back to the first point, there were no actual words that say that police was threatening those things. The police in fact did well, a commendable job in controlling and monitoring the scene to ensure no further disturbance. However, the whole thing was cut short at 10.30 p.m from the idiot known as Sabtu Osman. Okay, fine, the show ended in a orderly manner and there were constant chants of Reformasi led by Chegubard.

It seems that police doesn't even know the proper definition of a private and public function. Since the show is a private function, the police should not just go in and interfere with people's affairs. Strangely, the police acts like Nazis when they look at opposition. When the UMNO people rallied illegally in Penang after the GE, they did nothing. Strange, isn't it?

The thing is that most dailies took the cue from Bernama and Utusan, UMNO's lapdog dailies and they wrote in a very intimidating manner just to scare the shit out of people's pants. Fortunately, there were no arrests like Bersih, for they knew, any mess made by the police in that spells the end of UMNO-BN government.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Another UMNO Personality In The Making

For goodness sake, you are a royalty and you should not say such things. Saying that means that you are just no other than a radical UMNO man.

Only UMNO and their honchos, underlings would say that. When I read about race politics, my mind would race back on the need to have religion, race and sex fields in any application forms.

Enough already! I am fed up of this.

'Don't question Malay rights' is one of the top quotes often reiterated by UMNO Youth Wing.

Those things are already in the past. No one wants to live by the race. It is because of this that people here are behaving like taking care of their own selves, not helping others. Isn't that what Malays used to do, helping others?

Days of BN living on that are dwindling already.

What Happened To Those Guys?

I think I've seen this at Susan Loone's blog as well. But there's one picture that I didn't get it but found at Galadriel's.

But then this picture below, I think it should been Mamak Maidin since he has his own shop selling roti canai and cendol in Kedah. Finally, Mamak Maidin has accepted the fact that nobody, not even Sungai Petani or Merbok likes him at all because of his kid behavior.

Friday, April 11, 2008

Blame Dollah and The Sultan for 1988 not Dr. M

This week, Mr. Mahathir was in a spat with the government and Karpal Singh over their insistence that he should apologize to former Lord President Salleh Abas for his sacking in 1988. Mahathir insisted that it was not his fault and he did not sack Salleh. After some while studying the private notes of Salleh and going through some pages by George Seah, one of the 5 Supreme Court judges sacked, it seems that Mahathir was speaking the truth after all.

Basically, everyone thinks that Mahathir was responsible for it but if you remember the opening line which states 'a series of events' that led to his sacking before the saying of Mahathir responsile for it, then you might a clue of who was responsible and started the mess.

Dollah Badawi Started The Ball Rolling

From George Seah's notes, the first event that led to the judiciary crisis was right after the 1987 presidential party election between Mahathir and Ku Li. (Mahathir won by just 43 division votes). After that, 11 members sought the High Court with summons to declare the general assembly null, void and illegal. The High Court Judge then, Harun Hashim would declare the assembly void and null as well as UMNO illegal. Of course the declaration has sparked a furore among the top brass and of course the one who engineered the whole thing and heads the 11-person group is none other than our very own Dollah Badawi. The story is actually known by a big bunch of people, particularly those who once were in the S46 splinter cell.

There were three meetings and the decision to summon UMNO to court was taken by Dollah himself and the staunch supporter and campaigner for this thing is no other than the ex-secretary general Radzi Sheikh Ahmad who recently parted following the spat over the Shahidan issue. Yes, they knew that he was involved in this case and subsequently sacked as the Defense Minister. It was his late wife Endon who persuaded Mahathir to take him back to the fold in 1991. This whole scenario forms the basis to this day why the public still thinks that Mahathir was responsible for the dismantling of the judiciary system.

It's not Mahathir in this case, but Dollah Badawi. Dollah bohong rakyat....!

The Notorious Johor Ruler

Another event that led to Salleh's sacking was from the Agong himself. At the time of sacking, the Agong is no other than Tengku Mahmood Iskandar from Johor. Yes, this Sultan is known to be notorious , implicated in various crimes and stripped of the 'Crown Prince' title from 1961 until reinstated at 1981. Two notable cases noted including the murder of a golf caddy when he was the Agong (he bludgeoned the caddy to death when he was laughed over missing the hole) and in 1992, assaulted the late Douglas Gomez over the decision to pull Bandar Penawar sports school over the hockey tournament. (This was largely because of Tengku Bendahara Majid's suspension over the 1992 SUKMA hockey final for assaulting the Perak goalkeeper).

I remembered that while he played at Royal Perak Golf Club in the past, he really messed up with the 6th hole. The ball that he played ended up on a bamboo tree. In golf rules, you cannot move the ball anywhere you want and you must continue from that spot. He ordered someone to chop the bamboo tree down.

Now back to here, the Agong at that time played directly to Salleh's sacking. Salleh's house was just next to the palace and he was complaining of the level of noise there. So a letter was written and copies were given to the other 8 rulers. This puts a smack on the rulers and the Agong was angered by the insolence because it should have been an audience instead of a letter.

From Raja Petra's essay:
The Agong was outraged and demanded that Mahathir sack the Chief Justice for this insolence that tantamount to misconduct. Mahathir, however, replied that he does not have the authority to sack the Chief Justice and that this can only be done through a Tribunal. The Agong then commanded (titah) that a Tribunal be set up, which was to report direct to His Majesty. The Tribunal found the Chief Justice guilty of misconduct and sent its recommendation to the Agong, who then removed the Chief Justice.
Right now, UMNO wants the people to think that in this scenario, Mahathir was directly responsible for the sacking but on the other hand, simply ask any of the Semangat 46 members, ex-members and they will say otherwise that Abdullah Badawi started the whole mess.

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Medical Interpretation of Why BN Lost Badly

Here's a funny doctor's view of saying why BN lost badly:

To help BN with this task, the following medical report has been prepared after identifying the diseases / illnesses that have been plaguing it and how these ailments have caused this sickening
organ(ization) to become so sick that major surgery is inevitable but is only now being considered.

  1. Overeating - gorged themselves and ate too much of the people's money
  2. Heart failure - did not have a heart to really care about the rakyat
  3. Rectal cancer and constipation - did not expel all the shit from the system

With the thrashing that they got in the 12th.GE, the BN is now in ICU and they are doing a post mortem to find out what happened.
  1. Diabetes - fondness for sweet things, i.e. saying sweet things to try and con the rakyat ( in plain English, lying )
  2. Stroke - stroked too much of their own ego and became too arrogant
  3. Overworking - too busy running here and there cutting deals for own benefit
  4. Alzheimer's - forgot to play the proper role of an elected representative
  5. Obsessive-compulsive neurosis - obsession with cleaning, especially sweeping things under the carpet
  6. HP6 - a mutation of the deadly H5N1 ( bird flu) virus which manifests itself in the form of idiocy or semi-idiocy, thus the descriptor ' half past six ( HP6)'. Many members of the BN are infected. Contohnya, Mamak Maidin!
  7. VD - Very Deaf. Did not listen to the grievances of the rakyat and did not heed the healthy advice and feedback from bloggers.
  8. Color Bind - a form of visual impairment which is directly the opposite of being color blind. There is a fixation on color and everything must always be discussed in terms of 'color' - Malay, Chinese, Indian etc.
  9. Liver problems - failure to de-Liver on promises
  10. 'Inverted Cerebranus ' - a new form of disease where the cerebrum and anus are transposed causing highly irrational and objectionable behaviour, like brandishing ancient weapons and ranting racial slurs and threats.
Not good and definitely a terminal case. Chances of recovery are 1 in a gadzillion, about the same odds as Osama converting to the Jewish faith and becoming a messenger of world peace.

No known cure. Euthanasia recommended. Suggest to drink lacquer - at least it will ensure a beautiful finish

Bottom line? Ini semua salah UMNO dan associatenya.

Monday, April 7, 2008

Fuyoh, Datuk Dollah, Show Off !!!

Wow, Datuk Dollah, I've never seen you before become so daring as before.

Depending on how the MSM editors say, you are nothing more than Chuck Austen going and hurl insults on other people whereas you are responsible for the losses in the election. Call Dr M as that, call Ku Li as that, and then call Anwar as taught you to say that? Son-in-law? 4th Floor Boys ka? Atau Kalimullah Hassan? You said got sabotuers in UMNO but so far there is no proof..oi accuse orang ka?

But then people DON'T WANT YOU anymore! People are pressuring you to resign. Even your own UMNO organization camp is going nationwide to ask you to resign. Given the past history of you, I must say that you're not giving the people the thumbs up. You said that you're not soft...but people are thinking otherwise. So you must be that soft because you're 'flip-flop' (as Mr. Biggum Dogmannsteinberg would say) because YOU CAN'T DECIDE!

I wrote to you a letter before and I supposed that you don't have the balls to reply me back for the answer. Is that WarkahUntukPM for? Just as a complimentary box to say 'Datuk Dollah' is the best PM of Malaysia ah? Oi, mana reply saya?

Financially, people are bailing out because of you. Fund managers are moving out, Chinese economy players are plying their trade in China, Thailand and Vietnam, world economy is about to collapse later this year and you think you are great. And there is the brain drain because there's not much things to enjoy in Malaysia. Low income, 20 percent of a Singaporean per capita income and whatsoever. You did not do what you promised to!

Sometimes, I was picturing one moment where if petrol prices go down, you will shout that loud, "Mana Boleh Turun! Harga minyak di Singapura lagi mahal!!!". Friend, you are borrowing money to build Economic Corridors and when the world economy collapse, the country will go bankrupt because of you! PKFZ, submarine jet commissions, aiyo...why didn't you control that lol? "Jeanne, jom kita pergi Korridor Timur, or whatsoever.." Baca buku ekonomi dulu lar...!

In November, you muttered your famous line..."Saya pantang dicabar!.." but where got conviction one? Macam tak ada strength in the phrase. The phrase could have been firmer but, well, suffice to say that people go against you because they have the right to do so.

I already warned that Datuk Dollah that will not survive by the end of the year. From the outcome of Ku Li's rally last Friday, it was a mix bag. In other words, Anwar is automatically in the lead even before he makes his move, which is due on next Tuesday. So, it is good to become the shopkeeper of your own TENC shop. Just Mr. Mahathir now selling bread now...

Friday, April 4, 2008

On The Controversial Fitna

The world has been hit by a controversial video by Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders with the title Fitna. This video was immediately condemned by most Muslims in the world who believe that the video was to sow hatred of the west against them. However, as the same case as UMNO people attacking Namewee for the message intended to be shown, most of the people who tend to do this never checked for hidden messages or look at the other side of the story and just blindly shoot the messenger without implications.

I had just finished viewing the video and yes the second-half content was offensive than the first one. And the first half was full of messages that tend to parallel with the verses from the Quran. But......

from my understanding, this video is attempting to warn everybody regardless of religion that whatever actions committed by the zealots is heralding the coming of things predicted in the prophecies of both religion, most significantly mentioned in the Bible's Book of Revelations. Death knows no religion, no limitations, no perception or whatsoever. Just claiming lives of people.

Reason: Many Interpretations

The pure reason of why such things happen in the world is largely due to how a person interpret the holy books or the Bible. The Bible has numerous translations like the King James translation or the New Translation. But each translation is interpreted differently if noticed in a subtle manner. Thus the different interpretations presents a different meaning and understanding to a person.

The verses that were displayed on the video, if interpreted improperly or used for your benefit is what is seen in the video. But then from the collective point of view, according to a paper by Dr. Farukh Saleem, non-Muslim nations are more successful in terms of literacy level and the number of jobs created than a Muslim nation. The literacy rate in a non-Muslim nation, he noted
was only 40 percent of what is seen in a non-Muslim nation. Religion doesn't mean education, instead education really is on learning to think, solve problems and etc.

Another conclusion that can be drawn or infer here is that taking religion too seriously in will make a person think just inside the box, bound by the rules of religion. Sometimes, bound by even the unessential and irrelevant rules can hamper a person's progression to become a better person.

The verses depicted are intended to be used against the enemies of God, not creations of God who are unique, can think and feel but most important of all, being humble to The Lord first before others. Other religions are practicing this but in a different manner. The way extremists interpret is like barging through a choke point reaching to the other side or coming in a blazing manner.

A Warning That Cannot Be Ignored

Whatever it happens around the world and what is shown here, I've mentioned earlier, is a warning to everybody that the 'Apocalypse' or more appropriately as the Christians call it, 'Daniel's 70th week' might happen sooner than expected.

The way how extremists say in the video closely mirrors or describes an Islamic prophecy that says of the Hidden Imam or the 12th Imam - prominently mentioned by Mahmoud Ahmadnijad. The Hadith states of the Hidden Imam:

  • Will return just before the end of the world
  • His appearance will be preceded by a number of prophetic events during 3 years of horrendous world chaos, tyranny and oppression
  • Will escape from Madina to Mekkah, thousands will pledge allegiance to him
  • Will rule over the Arabs and the world for 7 years
  • Will eradicate all tyranny and oppression bringing harmony and total peace
  • Will lead a prayer in Mekkah which Jesus will be at his side and follow in

  • Aside from the description, the two notable points there relates closely on the Book of Revelations that speaks of:

    - Will rule over the Arabs and the world for 7 years / Will eradicate all tyranny and oppression bringing harmony and total peace

    'Come and see. And I saw behold a white horse and he that sat on him had a bow, and a crown was given unto him and he went forth conquering and conquer'

    The verse above was pointing to the First Seal - The False Prophet or simply the Anti-Christ. According to the passages, the False Prophet will give false promises of peace only to break up and then war begins (the release of the Second Seal - War). It is important to say that everyone should back down from such extremist sentiments, a repeat of the Holy Crusade war, if we all care for lives of human beings on the planet.

    Each religion has the so called Return of the Savior. For Christianity, it's Jesus' Second Coming (at the end of the 70th week of the prophet Daniel ), Jews have the return of the Messiah while the Muslims have the 12th Imam. Of the three, it was said that the 12th Imam's return demands the violent path of conquering the world, hence referring back to the video there.

    The Most Significant Difference Between Islam / Christianity

    Arguably the biggest difference is on the one word that both prophets, Muhammad and Jesus said to their followers. Jesus tells his followers to 'decide' while the other says 'submit'. The words decide and submit has very different meanings. Decide means that you have the right to say yes or no based on the comments by other people in decision making and the decision is up to the person itself. The word 'submit' means that you are to 'do this' against your own will. Even if you think that what you're doing is not right, you are forced to do this against your liking. That is what submission is defined as in the Dictionary itself.

    If used to the extreme, that is what is depicted in the video, submission and force of everybody against what is defined as freedom. It is no doubt the parallel of how Jews are forced by the Nazis in World War II.

    Forcing An Islamic State on Every Nation?

    Mid last year UMNO declared that Malaysia is an Islamic state while it was clear that it was actually a secular state based on document archives. But they told everyone to shut up and accept the fact that it is an Islamic state. Then in January, they tried to change secular laws with Islamic laws.

    Many felt that imposing Islamic laws onto non-Muslims (see Making People To Submit) is somewhat against the basic principles of secular laws. And recently, according to the Christian Science Monitor, Professor Abdullah Ahmad an-Naim has claimed that it is a radical ,crazy idea to impose an Islamic state over a nation.


    There is no such thing as an Islamic state.

    A secular state and human rights are essential for all societies so that Muslims and others can practice their faith freely, he tells his co-religionists.

    "My motivation is in fact about being an honest, true-to-myself Muslim, rather than someone complying with state dictates," says Mr. Naim, a professor of law at Emory University in Atlanta since 1999. "I need the state to be neutral about religious doctrine so that I can be the Muslim I choose to be."

    So committed is this scholar to opening the door to free debate within his faith that he helped organize the first "Muslim Heretics Conference" in Atlanta over the weekend. Some 75 Muslims, engaged in various reform projects, gathered to discuss issues related to sharia (Islamic law), democracy, and women's rights – and how to cope with dissent and its consequences.

    "We celebrate heresy simply to promote innovative thinking," he says. "Every orthodoxy was at one time a heresy."

    Speeches from the video points directly to the quote 'complying with state dictates' which is not a good sign for the good sake of the people.

    The nutshell is that if warnings that the prophecies are heeded, then we might prolong it as long as possible for a few more decades / centuries.

    If the disasters occur due to climate warning, this was what is described in the Bible as the Seven Bowls of is something that is worth considering.

    Thursday, April 3, 2008

    Making People To Submit

    If the saying of pushing of Islamic laws for everyone in Malaysia isn't enough, which was way before elections, this is after elections.

    If this was out before elections, Barisan Nasional will lose extra seats over this.

    Just who's idea was it to make it for everybody? This thing, is ridiculous. If Kuala Lumpur is Paris and they are planning to do that on the City of Lights, expect a whole revolt against this 'straight-thinking' Muslim lawmakers.

    From The Star:

    PETALING JAYA: It is unconstitutional to punish non-Muslims for committing khalwat (close proximity) as there is no provision in law for it, according to the Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism, and Taoism.

    Its president Datuk A. Vaithilingam said Article 121(A) of the Constitution allowed for separation between the Civil and Syariah courts.

    “Khalwat is not recognised (as an offence) under civil law. It is not wrong for non-Muslims. Syariah law is only applicable to Muslims,” he said Thursday.

    He was commenting on a proposal made during a seminar on Syariah Law review for non-Muslims who commit khalwat with Muslims to also be held liable.

    Syariah Court of Appeal Judge Datuk Mohd Asri Abdullah said the seminar had proposed that non-Muslims committing khalwat with Muslims be likewise sentenced but in the civil courts.

    Vaithilingam also said this was tantamount to depriving non-Muslims of their rights.

    Federation of Taoist Associations Malaysia president Tan Bon Sin said in a statement it vehemently objected to the proposal, as it was an affront to the Taoist community’s way of life.

    “It is an implied way of imposing Syariah law on the non-Muslim communities in Malaysia,” he said.

    “Holding hands with, or showing love for, the opposite sex in public is not, and cannot, be a crime. It is a civilised way of telling your loved ones that you care.

    I guess this was in according to principle of Submission instead of Decision.

    Hey Asri...Malaysia is not an Islamic state. It is a SECULAR, I repeat a SECULAR state! You are just like another Harusani Zakaria!

    Poraaaah...idiots! You idiots don't have the respect for other races. Why do you have to do this kind of thing when there is a bigger fish to fry and the fish is called CORRUPTION?

    * Well, this is just a small portion of what I will be discussing soon, which is in light of the FITNA video circulated around the Internet. Stay tune for my 2 cents on it.

    Inferences on Najib

    For the first time ever, Mr. Mahathir has withdrew his support over his designated successor, Najib Razak .
    "I don’t know why for ‘some reason’ I have now changed my mind"
    Well, this is one of the things that he regretted over the many things that people regard him as a mistake such as Ops Lalang, the 1988 crisis, dismantling of the judiciary and etc..

    But back to the point, when he said of the line above, there could be many inferences that can be drawn on regards to Najib, anyone can have his own view:

    1. It's possible to guess that Najib is involved or ordered the killing of you know who.

    2. If Najib becomes the PM, he could be more dangerous than Mahathir given of his past.

    3. Najib has become weaker since the cabinet line-up announcement, most Ministers are Abdullah Badawi's kuncus....

    4. He has to take low cover since being exposed or implicated in scandals.

    5. If Anwar Ibrahim is to be an MP, he's finished before the first Parliament session could begin.

    And many more....

    Wednesday, April 2, 2008

    Pakatan Rakyat - Re-enacting the Rebels vs Galactic Empire Battles

    Most newspapers and Malaysiakini showed a very big headline entitled the formation of Pakatan Rakyat, a more central-left wing oriented coalition aiming to cater more for the needs of the common people.

    Despite election being over, the mood of people hating Barisan Nasional, except for stupid fools of course still remains at the high pitch and it is at the right time to further keep to momentum in turning the oppression back to Barisan Nasional. This whole thing was started by UMNO youths coupled by BN component parties who are merely yes-men to the mighty but illiterate leaders who cannot see the bottom.

    Barisan Nasional is like the right-wing Americans right now, facing the pressure from the people and ultimately punished in the end. They lost the Vietnam war in 1975 because they simply don't understand the bottom. Last year was more of picking the tune of rebels vs the empire and we are looking at a possible real-life action of Return of the Jedi. Is it some coincidence there? I think there is.

    UMNO-BN still remains in the denial mode, squabbling over nothing, like in the forum at the hotel in PJ. While the rebels are pushing to take over the government, they are still fighting in within and our friend said, BN could be finished as the fall of Saigon. Tuan Guru Hadi Awang did say on Malaysiakini of inviting BN disillusioned reps to come over but someone mentioned of concerns of backstabbing - Anwar said no problem, that can be handled.

    Yes, Anwar has been on the round table after elections and there is a realistic chance of winning ahead. But will it come at the price of cronies of the past running away with money as what Daim did when Mr. Mahathir left in October 2003?

    A big announcement is coming on April 13, what could that be?

    I have no objection over this Pakatan Rakyat with only two observations, that is, keeping in line with the needs of the people and secondly, it is more appropriate to see this as on the people's side rather than thinking as the opposition.

    Hidup RAKYAT!

    Tuesday, April 1, 2008

    A Custard Pie Fight and Mobbing Mamu Zam

    One year ago, I wrote a discovery of a Ms. Weasley and Mr. Rubeus Hagrid running out from the no man's land and hiding among us as ordinary men. Well, this time it's not about them but instead of a real naked truth that happened. Somehow, they were captured and brought back and I was paid the reward of $250 thousand galleons for their capture without kill.

    I just came back quite late, about 15 minutes ago from a party with whip cream from pies still around my body. Just dashed into the bathroom to wash it of. I have to tell you something: it was supposedly to be a meeting a few friends when some idiots called the Monkeys (I saw someone and looks like it was Anis Hisham or some other guy). Some guy yelled at them,"Beruk-beruk jalanraya and started to throw a cream pie at Anis.

    Someone throw the pie and I got hit right on the chest. But not in the face. Then the carnage began, everyone throw the pie across until when all the pies were thrown away, yuck, everyone was smeared by the cream. I really wanted to say Scrougify (a cleaning spell) but forgotten that this is no magical world.

    While on the way to take my car, but avoiding the front side of the restaurant, I saw some policemen arriving at the scene, apparently someone tipped them off. The crowd started to swell at the front doors. And sooner I heard wild cheering and chanting that Monkey was caught. How on earth did he showed up there?

    Then I knew what went wrong. It was Mamak Zam all along. In the afternoon, he and some delegates came over to the office, where I worked on. Everybody there knew of how pathetic Mamu Zam was particularly his kindergarten behavior in November. Seeing how my looks and craziness, he suspected that I was instigating and embarrassing him in front of everyone. I'm sure most of you know that I started writing in that kind of tone because I was pissed at him at this point of time last year. He must had someone followed me and then Mike Tyson deployed someone to come over to where I had my friends party and make noise there.



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