Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri

I would like to wish Selamat Hari Raya and maaf zahir batin to all muslims and may it bring you many happy moments to cherish forever.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Happy Belated Birthday, Pete

Happy belated to our dear Pete RPK, a warm and heartfelt birthday wishes from cheeky to you on your birthday. Thank you for your effort and may god bless you and your family always.

P/s : My birthday and raya card is on the way to Kamunting

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Abolish ISA!

Rakyat from every walk of life had sent loud and clear message to the government for abolition of ISA. Rakyat now are getting more and more irritated for the abuse of ISA, but DO THEY HEAR US?

Peace March of Anti ISA vigil, picture from Malaysiakini

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Mind Your Own Business!

Syed Hamid, a rising star who appear in newspaper everyday for almost a week or maybe more. Today he slams Murugiah to mind his own business, although Murugiah also holding the portfolio of Public Complaints Bureau.

Murugiah said instead of RM5.80 allocated for detainess daily meal, actually it is only RM4.50 allocated by the police.

Oh.. by the way, do I sounds like I am insulting eggs here? If not the UMNO youth will lodge a police report for insulting eggs (haha.. I can't stop laughing when I read this, so EGG is to sue Teresa? It seems like another youth want to steal the lime light of botak). Read the Sun here.


Lunch & Dinner

Read the Star here and New Straits Times here.

Hamid, seems like the lime light keep on shining on your botak head now, you are even hotter than Tom Cruise now. Do you need someone to polish your botak head?

Am I insulting EGG here?

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Petrol Price To Reduce 10 Cents?

Malaysiakini and The New Straits Times online reported that the petrol price is to reduce petrol prices by 10 cents to RM2.45 per litre.

The damage has been done. We rakyat are suffering from his wrong decision. Probably he used another head to make the decision.

Does it really matter now?

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Raja Petra in Kamunting for 2 Years

Another raya card to send to Kamunting -- to Raja Petra.

He was arrested since 12 September 2008 and was sent to Kamunting for two years detention, detention approval was signed by Sai Hamid. Everybody seems

Nice job Sai Hamid. Pissed us off. You will see how angry we are and we will show.

Picture from Wikipedia

"Today, I received many phone calls from concerned friends who told me that the government is considering detaining me under the Internal Security Act ‘very soon’. If that does happen, then this could probably be the last article I write, at least until 16 September 2008. So I too need Anwar to succeed. If not I will be in Kamunting for quite some time to come and you will not hear from me over the next couple of years.

Yes, I too have placed, not only my money, but also my freedom on Anwar. And if Anwar fails to deliver his promise on 16 September 2008, not only he but I as well am headed for a fall. But I have confidence he will do it. And I have confidence that my stay in Kamunting will not be for two years but for a mere two weeks.

But if I am wrong…..well, then see you maybe in six or seven years time, because for sure Najib Tun Razak will not release me in 2010 when he becomes Prime Minister. What he would do, instead, would be to rollover my two-year detention another two years, and another two years, and another two years, until I am too old to think and write anymore.

Till we meet again, if we do meet again, take care and keep the flame burning. There is still a long fight ahead of us in bringing reforms to this beloved country of ours."

Read full article written by Raja Petra here, and Zorro's article here on what happening in the courtroom during the hearing of habeas corpus at Jalan Duta.

Monday, September 22, 2008

The Menu of RM5.80 Meal

Breakfast - Teh Tarikh RM1.00, 2 hard-boiled eggs (The protein in eggs has a biological quality greater than any other natural food, got it?) RM0.80 = RM1.80

Lunch - White Rice with eggs and curry vegetables (It provide carbohydrates, protein, fibre and varieties of vitamin, depend on the vegetable served) RM2.00

Dinner - Vegetarian Fried rice (It provide carbohydrates & fibre) RM2.00

But I am wondering, is it possible to get such a good price? It yet to include the mark up price by the supplier or caterer. What will you think if you are the one who eat those food 365 days a year and 6 years in prison, without knowing when you'll get out of there? What had they done to deserve this? Why the minister not even bother to know about this before Teresa? MALAYSIA BOLEH!

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Syed Azidi or Kickdefella Been Released

After being detained for three nights, he finally been released by the police. Read here from Malaysiakini. PM said there will be no more arrest, can I believe you, Mr. PM?

Saturday, September 20, 2008

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Wee Chee Meng To Report To Bukit Aman








Wee Chee Meng a.k.a. Namawee who gained notoriety after releasing a controversial song fused with the Malaysia anthem, been called to present at Bukit Aman before 23rd September 2008 for statement. It had published in Chinese papers Nanyang and Guang Ming, but why not in Star and Straits Times?

P/S @ 24/09/08: A friend of mine said he deserved what he did. I was so angry with this Chinaman attitude. This is what the typical chinese do. Silence on everything as long as we can live our life. We dare not to speak. We dare not to say NO. We deserved what they call us 'pendatang' if we don't change.

Teresa Kok Freed!!

Teresa Kok was freed without any charge, as the government claimed that she was no longer a threat to national security. *&%#$@! WTF! ??

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Easier Said Than Done To Form New Government

We are still waiting for Anwar. We are watching every moves he made and from one press conference to another. Now it came to the point where everybody was wondering, is Anwar bluffing? Is take over is just Anwar fantasy? Read this from mySinChew , which abstracted from theSun, and match it with the step taken by Anwar, we'll see the light toward New Malaysia.

Do you smell it? It's breeze of New Malaysia and it's stink

Send Raya Cards to ISA Detainees

Mat Sah had been detained under ISA for since April 2002.

When he was caught, his son only 8 years old and he had been living without father for 6 years.

When he grew up and slightly understand what had happen, he asked his mum, why daddy is never charge to the court. She can't answer him.

Read Merah Hitam - Innocent Until Proven Guilty blog for details.

Those who wanted to send raya card to cheer up his days in prison, cards can be sent to :

Mat Sah Bin Mohd Satray,
Tempat Tahanan Perlindungan,
34009 Kamunting,

You may click to here for a full list of ISA detainees. Send card to each of them, and support the abolishment of ISA.

Who Next? (Part II)

As predicted, there are more and more people will get arrested under ISA. Malaysiakini reported that Syed Azidi Syed Abdul Aziz or wellknown as Kickdefella had been picked up from his house at 5 pm. The blogger courted controversy recently after launching an online campaign to fly the Malaysian flag upside down. The campaign had attracted the attention of the prime minister who said that the move was "despicable".

No wonder I didn't see his update for 3 days. Kickdefella blog is right here .I feel like vomitting after read the news. Getting sick of what they had done. We can't wait any longer for the change.

Haris Ibrahim predicted he will be the next person, and had post up the 'good-bye' post in case he had been arrested, read here. Who next?

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Bee En Downfall Parody

Funny video to share with all readers. LOL

Is Anwar Still Bluffing?

Article from Malaysiakini :

Written by : Ong Kian Ming & Yun Yang | Sep 17, 08 1:04pm

September 16 has come and gone and Barisan Nasional is still in power. Has Pakatan Rakyat leader Anwar Ibrahim failed to keep his promise? Has his credibility been affected? Is this an indication that he will not be able to form the next government in the near future?

Perhaps not.

We had indicated in previous podcasts that we did not think Anwar could form the next government by Sept 16. The reasons were numerous – that no BN party or MPs besides Sapp came out in support or rather in defiance of the ruling coalition; that he could not get Sarawak MPs while Chief Minister Taib Mahmud is still in power: that he could not get a enough Malay or Muslim MP crossovers to make his coalition a Malay/Muslim majority coalition.

From outside looking in, Anwar's claim that he has had over 31 MPs in the bag has always been a matter of strategy on his part, a way to create uncertainty among the BN as well as to use it as a smokescreen to 'persuade' doubtful BN parliamentarians and parties to join his cause.

It has been a strategy that has worked well thus far as Anwar has managed to capitalise on the own goals scored by BN to possibly convince some MPs who may have been sitting on the fence. Furthermore, it was a bluff which could not be 'called' by Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, at least not until now.

Kian Ming expected him to announce the names of at least some BN crossovers, perhaps as many as 10 MPs, as an initial step to destabilise BN and perhaps use this an another hinge in the strategy to attract more BN crossovers to his side. Instead Anwar has made a high stakes gamble by declaring that he has the numbers to form the next government.

He could have made excuses to say that circumstances beyond his control such as the sodomy charges against him and the recent ISA arrests have prevented him from getting the sufficient numbers. But he has instead chosen the option of seeking to form the next government, saying he is prepared to show his list of crossovers to Abdullah.

By doing so, Anwar's has hemmed himself in. Abdullah could call his bluff, agree to meet him and demand to see the list. If he doesn't indeed have over 31 MPs as he claims, it's game over.

True to form, Abdullah chose instead of asking Anwar to do what he has not been willing to do in the first place, which is to reveal the names publicly. And the grounds for that is a convincing one. He doesn't want the crossover MPs to be harassed or worse still, arrested under the ISA.

Anwar faces a fundamental problem in the process of naming these 31 names. We suspect that many of these MPs may be willing to jump over to Anwar's side only if he can form the next government. This is not a given since 31 crossover MPs, together with Pakatan's 81 (assuming that Ibrahim Ali will maintain his independence) would give Pakatan a total of 112 MPs, a bare majority of just one.

Even then, if a majority of the crossovers MPs are non-Muslim, the King might not assent to Anwar's request to form the next government, especially with a bare majority of one. His claim of having at least 31 MPs may be a 'semi-bluff' in this sense.

Window of opportunity closing fast

Hence, Anwar faces a chicken-and-egg quandary. He cannot form the next government without naming the 31 MPs. But the 31 MPs won't allow themselves to be named without Anwar being able to form the next government. This is probably one of the main reasons why Anwar has not named any names. Anyone named without Anwar first forming the government would have plausible deniability.

However, by creating this self-imposed deadline, Anwar's window of opportunity has narrowed considerably. He has two or three weeks to make his move before he loses credibility.

Perhaps Anwar felt the potential BN crossovers might not have been willing to wait around forever for him to make his move. Perhaps he thought that his credibility would have been damaged if he did not make some move on Sept 16 as promised. Perhaps he felt he had to force the hands of the BN MPs whom he might have 'convinced' to switch over.

More importantly, Anwar's ability to convince BN parliamentarians to cross over might be significantly reduced if Umno decides to unite behind Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak and remove Abdullah from office. Given a new leader and perhaps a new lease of life, some of these MPs might decide to given Najib a chance. This possibility is looking more and more likely with each passing day.

Both of us have learnt not to underestimate Anwar. He said he could help Pakatan win over Penang, Perak and Selangor. And he did it. He said he could help deny BN the two-thirds majority. And he did it. Last month, he was not even an MP. Now, he looks like a prime-minister in waiting.

But whatever Anwar hopes to do, he needs to do it fast. Time is not on his side. Something will happen in the coming weeks.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Zaid Stick To His Decision

I have thought it over and my decision stays although the prime minister, in our meeting yesterday, had asked me to go on leave. I thank him, but I'm not tired. I'm just disappointed. I don't want to take a leave. I adhere to my decision to resign.

Don't la like that, you make me sad you know. Go and take leave, think about it, then only come back to me whether you stay or you leave, okay?

Those don't agree with the government's policies can resign immediately, jangan jadi batu penghalang saya

I am law minister you know, why ISA been used without my knowledge?? I QUIT!!

Sept 16 Press Statement In Full

For those who can't access to Malaysiakini, here is de facto PKR Leader Anwar press statement in full.

Today, Malaysians celebrate Malaysia Day - the day our country became whole and our people become united. This day has a new meaning. After years of struggle, after fighting against a system that is corrupt and unjust - we affirm that victory is finally at hand. Our vision of rebuilding this country and bringing its people together, as the founding fathers envisioned, is within reach.

The economy is in turmoil with runaway inflation and joblessness creating widespread discontent. Racial tensions have been rising, exacerbated by the propaganda spread in the government owned mainstream media. The administration has offered no vision to steer the nation out of this quagmire and there is manifest erosion in confidence in the current government.

We in Pakatan Rakyat believe we can save Malaysia from economic ruin and the dangerous politics of racism. We will do so prudently, legally and in doing so we will not jeopardise the security and stability of the country and the safety of its people.

We have received firm commitments from members of parliament in excess of the number required to form a new government, and our government will reflect the diverse make-up of Malaysian society.

It has been our concern to ensure a peaceful transition of power. We do not wish to see a repeat of what transpired in the Selangor and Perak state governments, where following the victory of Pakatan Rakyat on March 8, documents were shredded and removed by the outgoing administration.

We furthermore advise radical elements within BN against the abuse of state power to unlawfully harass and detain our supporters.

The immediate investigation by the ACA (Anti-Corruption Agency) of Yong Teck Lee after the announcement by SAPP (Sabah Progressive Party) of its intention to move a motion of no-confidence against Abdullah Ahmad Badawi is another example of the tactics we reject.

The use of the ISA, as has happened to MP Teresa Kok, would be an unlawful impediment to the transition process.

In light these serious concerns, yesterday leaders of Pakatan Rakyat sent a letter to the prime minister at 2.30pm requesting a meeting to discuss the future course of the nation's leadership and to seek his assurance on the following important matters:

1) That the BN shall not hinder or prevent their BN MPs from acting in accordance with their conscience, constitutional rights and independent judgment;

2) That the BN government shall not invoke the Internal Security Act to detain any of the MPs who will join Pakatan Rakyat, or any of the present 82 Pakatan Rakyat MPs;

3) That the BN government shall not invoke emergency or police powers, or suspend the constitution, or dissolve parliament in response to our intention to form a new government;

4) That the Barisan Nasional government shall not impose roadblocks and impede the MPs from gaining access to the House of Parliament and the institutions of government.

We believe the prime minister will share Pakatan Rakyat's concerns for the welfare of the people and security of the nation. We are confident he will ensure the BN will act constitutionally and democratically to ensure that the transition will be peaceful, and there will be no actions taken to sabotage the wishes of the people or play on racial tensions in the country.

We appeal to all quarters in Malaysian society to understand our intentions are for the betterment of Malaysian society. The mainstream media, in particular, should accept the reality of these historic times and report fairly, accurately and without bias. The irresponsible tact that is used by the media to obfuscate issues, attack opposition supporters and instigate racial tensions must end immediately.

Following our meeting with the prime minister, we intend to proceed within the framework established by the federal constitution in the formation of a new government, with the assent of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.

Dream Come True?!

Yes! Anwar had made it! He said that in a press conference at 2pm today and only pending the meeting with Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to ensure a smooth and peaceful transition.

Read the article at Star here or Malaysiakini here .

Let us celebrate for New Malaysia! Happy Malaysia Day!! And wish for peaceful and successful transition.

Crude Oil Fell

What the fuxk, crude oil had fell to $92.55 per barrel as at today, and yet our sleeping PM is still busy defending his position, no time to bother this 'ikan bilis' or 'kacang butir' matter.

Date : 5 June 2008
Price Per Barrel : USD 140
Price We Pay Per Litre : RM 2.70

Date : 23 August 2008
Price Per Barrel : USD 113
Price We Pay Per Litre : RM 2.55
Price We Supose to Pay : RM 2.18

Date : 16 September 2008
Price Per Barrel : USD 92.55
Price We Pay Per Litre : RM 2.55
Price We Suppose to Pay : RM1.78

What the hell?? Woiii!!! Wake up from your sweetdream lah)))))

P/S : At 3.30pm the price gone down to USD91.95. WAKE UP DARLING, WAKE UP!!

Happy Malaysia Day

When all Malaysian united, it will become a scary force that can't be controlled, unlike 30 years back, whatever decision made by the government, no one will doubt of their decision, not even one dare to stand up and oppose the government. But now the force of unity or the people power become bigger and bigger, as you it can be seen in these pictures. Pictures that say thousand words.

pic courtesy from TVsmith

A view of the large crowd on the field of the Kelana Jaya Stadium in Petaling Jaya last night to mark Malaysia Day organised by Pakatan Rakyat.

The day is coming, Anwar had claimed that the new government is ready, PKR has enough numbers of MP's in their hand, the fall of Barisan Nasional is inevitable, new government to be formed, but it will not happen today on 16th September 2008.

"Why are we not changing tomorrow? We don't want to do it by force. To go to Putrajaya and drag them out. So, we want to negotiate with the prime minister to see if he wants one week or two weeks. But our promise is that we will not follow the rule of the jungle. There will be no witch-hunting - what is done is done. What we want is to rule without corruption, detention without trial or theft of the people's resources." Anwar said. Read here for more details.

Let us be calm and patience, the radical changes that we are yearning is coming, sooner or later.


Monday, September 15, 2008

We Solute You Datuk Zaid Ibrahim

De facto Law Minister Datuk Zaid Ibrahim stuck his neck out against the Government by condemning the use of the Internal Security Act (ISA) against civilians and resigned this evening to show his dissatisfaction against ISA arrest.

You're the men, Datuk! We solute you! unlike others who make anonymous press conference but do nothing, nor pull out from the government, this is the quality of minister that we are looking for.

Eh.... how come the more I look at him, the more I think that he's quite charming and sexy?

Alert to Malaysia Today Advertisers

Since a few days ago, local advertisers of Malaysia-Today have been visited by Commercial Crime Division (from Bukit Aman) to pull out their ads from the website immediately. Malaysia Today replied to the advertisers they may pull out anytime! Read here at top left of the web page.

If I am advertiser, with the traffic of 100,000 readers (or maybe more) per day, why should I pull out from Malaysia Today? Why do I have to listen to the the police to pull out my advertisement? Make no sense at all!!


Got this from dandelions blog

Free ISA Detainees!!

To: All Malaysians & Friends

The Barisan Nasional Government has on the 12 September detained Member of Parliament for Seputeh, state assemblywoman for Kinrara as well the senior state executive councillor for Selangor, without trial under the draconian Internal Security Act (ISA).

She has been accused of stirring up racial sentiments by instigating residents to petition against mosques in Kinrara and Kota Damansara to lower the volume of their speakers. Teresa has denied these allegations and both mosques have already come out to deny these accusations. She has already threatened to sue Dr Mohd Khir Toyo, the former Selangor Menteri Besar and Utusan Malaysia for making and publishing these unfounded allegations.

The arrest of Sdri Teresa Kok, Raja Petra Kamaruddin, the Hindraf 5 as well as others is hence arbitrary, high-handed and a mockery of democracy. By labelling Teresa and others as threats to national security without any shred of evidence is a travesty of justice and a gross violation of human rights. The petitioners hence resolves that the BN government should not use draconian powers under the ISA to cling on to power and demands the immediate and unconditional release of Teresa, Raja Petra, the Hindraf 5 and other detainees. In addition, we the petitioners demand the immediate repeal of the ISA to prevent abuses that oppresses the fundamental liberties of each and every Malaysian.

Please click to here to sign the petition. As at 15 September 2008, 12.20pm, there are 9235 had signed the petition. Please forward this to all Malaysian and walk with us!!

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Who Next?

On 11th September, the Cabinet ordered the ban on Malaysia Today lifted. Today the police arrested its editor, Raja Petra Kamaruddin under ISA

picture from http://sloone.wordpress.com

Then Teresa Kok also arrested under ISA too for the azan matter, which had been smeared by Khir Toyo, although Teresa had made a statement here, and person in charge of masjid Kinrara denied of her involvement, but yet they still used this as a reason to arrest her.

Who's next other than them? Tian Chua who followed the MP's to Taiwan 'milking cows'? or Anwar, so that 916 won't happen? Probably arrest all the MP's that will possibly crossover so that they can stop 916 from happening.

But I wonder, why not Ahmad Ismail who talked so loud that had created the racial issue not detained under ISA? Isn't the 3 years of suspension punishment too light for him?

Why not Datuk Seri Khir Toyo who make the statement without hearing both parties statements? Although the masjid Kinrara had denied the involvement of Teresa Kok on this issue.

Why not arrest the owner of http://pembelamelayu.blogspot.com/ for spreading malicious slander and lies? Why? Why?

It's because they are DESPERATE and PANIC! What else to do to gain back Rakyat confident to the government other than silent the truth?

This is the darkest moment in Malaysia history, we can feel the change is coming, very soon.. very soon..

Friday, September 12, 2008

Protest Against ISA for Arresting Journalist For Reporting the Truth

May Glod bless you Tan Hoon Cheng, you will never walk alone!!

P/S: She had been released and had penned down her thoughts and experience here.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

What? 916 Will Not Happen?

As we all know, there are few 'frogs' in the plane to Taiwan for 'study tour', 49 of them to be exact, and amongst them are frogs who will be leaping to oppositon party.

"It will not happen on Sept 16. So the date might be 17 plus one or plus two or plus three but it will not be much longer than that," said PKR deputy president Dr Syed Husin Ali.

Congratulations Pak Lah, your strategy works! Keep it up, even though BN seems like "nyawa-nyawa ikan".

Oops... I Did It Again

Don't get me wrong, I am not promoting Britney's song, as she's not my cup of tea at all, so cheapskate and such a cheap blonde.

Okay, okay, have to admit, she wasn't that bad, at least before she delivered babies, she was such a hot babe, but after?? Do guys still interested to fuxk her I wonder...

Sorry, a little drifted away, actually what I want to express is about the bonker and extremist Penang UMNO leader, Ahmad Ismail. In an 50 minutes press conference,

"While it is not difficult to say sorry - for the sake of my Malay dignity, I resolve not to apologise no matter what others may say. I am willing to take the risk (for not doing so)," he said.

Ok Ahmad, we knew it since from the beginning, you won't apologize but what the fuss of you making the following action?

To piss Gerakan out from BN so that UMNO when BN get back their power and you will be the head of Penang? In your dream lah... Do you think Penangites will vote you after these actions? As barbaric and uncivilised as it seemed, this is what we'd come to expect of UMNO puteras and out of all this racial slur, they are now the champions of Ketuanan Melayu, their actions clearly shown how UMNO gangsterism worked at their political field. (quoted by Nase, My Solitude of Space).

"I want them to know, I want them to take this as a warning from the Malays. Malays and Muslims have been provoked many times. We have been patient because we want to maintain stability in the country," he said.

"Remember! The patience of Malays and Muslims has its limits. Do not push us to the wall, where we will be forced to reject the Chinese for the sake of our survival."

What's next? Show us more Ahmad, we are waiting to see how did you end up your political career.

Sunday, September 7, 2008

916 - The Brand New Hope of Bangsa Malaysia

Relax and calm down and counting the day to 916, Malaysian new hope to New Malaysia. I really can't bear the disappointment if 916 fails, post these up to entertain us, to get away with the tense of current political situation.

Instructions for new Drive-Through ATM
A new sign in the Bank Lobby reads:

"Please note that this Bank is installing new Drive-through ATM machines enabling customers to withdraw cash without leaving their vehicles. Customers using this new facility are requested to use the procedures outlined below when accessing their accounts.

After months of careful research, MALE and FEMALE procedures have been developed.

Please follow the appropriate steps for your gender:

1. Drive up to the cash machine.
2. Put down your car window.
3. Insert card into machine and enter PIN.
4. Enter amount of cash required and withdraw.
5. Retrieve card, cash and receipt.
6. Put window up.
7. Drive off.

1. Drive up to cash machine.
2. Reverse and back up the required amount to align car window with the machine.
3. Set parking brake, put the window down.
4. Find handbag, remove all contents on to passenger seat to locate card.
5. Tell person on cell phone you will call them back and hang up.
6. Attempt to insert card into machine.
7. Open car door to allow easier access to machine due to its excessive distance from the car.
8. Insert card.
9. Re-insert card the right way.
10. Dig through handbag to find diary with your PIN written on the inside back page.
11. Enter PIN.
12. Press cancel and re-enter correct PIN.
13. Enter amount of cash required.
14. Check makeup in rear view mirror.
15. Retrieve cash and receipt.
16. Empty handbag again to locate wallet and place cash inside.
17. Write debit amount in check register and place receipt in back of checkbook.
18. Re-check makeup.
19. Drive forward 2 feet.
20. Reverse back to cash machine.
21. Retrieve card.
22. Re-empty hand bag, locate card holder, and place card into the slot provided!
23. Give dirty look to irate male driver waiting behind you.
24. Restart stalled engine and pull off.
25. Redial person on cell phone.
26. Drive for 2 to 3 miles.
27. Release Parking Brake.

Gender discrimiation isn't it? but frankly speaking, even when I was driving on the road and noticed a car driving too slow, I will assume it s a women driver!!

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Too Little Too Late - Part III

Timbalan Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan UMNO negeri, Datuk Abdul Rashid Abdullah berkata, apa yang diperkatakan oleh Ahmad mengenai ‘orang Cina adalah menumpang’ merupakan satu fakta sejarah yang tidak patut diragui mana-mana pihak. ~~ Utusan Malaysia Online

Why he didn't mentioned it during his speech?

"Sepatutnya pemimpin siasat dahulu dan jangan sebab nak jaga hati bangsa lain, maka mereka buat kenyataan yang menyakiti hati orang Melayu."
“Apa salahnya orang Melayu bangun? Kalau kita cakap sekali, riuh se-Malaysia. Jangan ingat orang Melayu lemah,” katanya.
~~Utusan Malaysia Online

Doesn't it obvious?

"So the reporter is the one who is responsible in creating this racial issue. It is the reporter who is racist, not me," he said amidst cheers and calls from some Umno members present who shouted the words 'Suruh dia balik tong san' (Tell him to go back to China). ~~ the Sun- Sun2Surf

Another racist statement uttered by asking Chinese go back to China

“Saya bercakap mewakili orang Melayu, kalau UMNO tidak mahu (terima) pun tidak apa,” tegasnya. ~~ Utusan Malaysia Online
Ewah, ewah... ni dah lawan taukeh ni...

What is his motive of creating racist issue?
  • Ahmad is creating publicity for December UMNO election to get supporters vote

  • Ahmad is not Pak Lah supporter, creating this issue will leave a big mess for Pak Lah to clean up

  • Ahmad is not Najib supporter too (pretty obvious isn't it)

  • Ahmad is someone supporter, to snub against both PM and DPM, and I wonder who he is

  • Ahmad wants Gerakan to leave BN

  • Ahmad wants to recreate May 13 riot

  • I am sure the journalists had recorded the speech made by him on 23 August 2008, publish it and let us judge it by ourselves, we are no fool and not as naive and ignorance as before!!

    Wednesday, September 3, 2008

    Too Little Too Late - Part II

    Pak Lah apologised. Najib apologised. But where is Bukit Bendera Umno division chief Datuk Ahmad Ismail? Why he didn't show up to Chinese community and apologise to us after the racist remarks of calling us as 'pendatang'? Don't we have some contributions to Malaysia? Aren't we part of Malaysian? Or are we only Chinese Malaysian? Will it reduce the damage caused by him as claimed by MCA Youth secretary-general Dr Wee Ka Siong? Read the article here.

    We want to see what disciplinary action UMNO will take against him. We want to see what is the prime minister going to say now after all his talk of unity and respect for people regardless of race or religion.

    Many kampung folks do not know what racism is until 'introduced' by UMNO during their speech. Read Eileen remarks from Malaysiakini below :

    Eileen: I come from a kampung where the Chinese and Malays lived side by side in harmony. I remember during Hari Raya Puasa and Hari Raya Haji, our kitchen would be full of kuih, ketupat and beef curry.

    And during Chinese New Year, my mother would be busy making tons of kuih bakul for all our Malay friends.

    During the local fruits season, our house would be full of rambutan, mangosteen and durians, fresh from the backyards of our Malay friends.

    We were all very naive and lived happily together. We didn't know what racism was until ‘ambitious’ politicians introduced it to our lives when they came to our village to canvass for support. They used racist policies to pit us against each other in order to cling on to power.

    For the past 51 years, politicians have been poisoning us. This was especially evident during the March general election and the recent Permatang Pauh by-election.

    After 51 long years of struggle, is it too much to ask that we all get along and respect each other? I hope the rakyat will bury their differences and give Anwar Ibrahim a chance to lead Malaysia forward.

    You can read the comment here.

    What a shame!!

    Monday, September 1, 2008

    Too Little Too Late

    This song by Jojo, dedicated to Datuk Dr Fong Chan Onn on his remarks in The Star here.

    Come with me
    Stay the night
    You say the words but boy it don’t feel right
    What do you expect me to say
    (You know it’s just too little too late)

    You take my hand and you say you’ve changed
    But boy you know your begging don’t fool me
    Because to you it’s just a game
    (You know it’s just a little too late)

    So let me on down 'cause time has made me strong
    I’m starting to move on
    I’m gonna say this now
    Your chance has come and gone and you know

    It’s just too little too late
    A little too wrong and I can’t wait
    Boy you know all the right things to say
    You know it’s just a little too late
    You say you dream of my face but you don’t like me
    You just like the chase
    To be real it doesn’t matter anyway
    You know it’s just too little too late

    Yeah, yeah
    It’s just too little too late

    I was young and in love
    I gave you everything but it wasn’t enough
    And now you wanna communicate
    (You know it’s just too little too late)

    Go find someone else
    In letting you go I’m loving myself
    You gotta problem
    But don’t come asking me for help
    'Cause you know


    I can love with all of my heart baby
    I know I have so much to give
    (I have so much to give)
    With a player like you I don’t have a prayer
    That’s no way to live, no

    Mmm no
    It’s just too little too late, yeah, yeah!
    It’s just too little too late (Oh yeah)
    A little too wrong and I can’t wait (Yeah yeah yeah yeah)
    Boy you know all the right things to say (Whoo)
    You know it’s just a little too late (Late)
    You say you dream of my face but you don’t like me
    You just like the chase You just like the chase baby)
    To be real it doesn’t matter anyway (A hey)
    You know it’s just too little too late

    Ooh ooh ooh ooh yeah yeah yeah yeah
    (You know it's just a little too late)
    Oh I can't wait No no ooh

    It’s just too little too late
    (Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh)
    A little too wrong and I can’t wait
    (Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah)
    Boy you know all the right things to say (A hey)
    You know it’s just a little too late
    You say you dream of my face but you don’t like me
    You just like the chase...