Thursday, December 17, 2009
It's been 3 maybe 4.......maybe 5 days? I don't remember and I have given up counting. But it's been days since I went to that Kedai TM Point at Ampang Point to transfer my phone and Streamyx to a new address. I do remember distinctly the TM pegawai fler's parting words were, "Kalau ada apa apa masaalah uncle panggil la nombor ni...100"
This morning I discovered that I cannot call 100 except from a TM landline! Which of course I don't have because they take at least 9 working days to affect a change of address. And I have yet had no call from the 'contractor' which would have marked the 1st day of the wait. So I am still in limbo as far as my phone line and Streamyx are concerned.
TM must be one of the most inefficient monopolies in Malaysia.
Some weeks ago when the other flers were doing their POTONG ads all over the place, TM came out with their defence. Remember that newspaper ad which showed some guy leaning out of his window with a gadget that looked incredibly like the Potong tool? The tagline in that TM ad was Why go with the unknown? My friend, Kurt came out with the perfect answer......
COS THE KNOWN SUCKS!
Can we make this a viral thing? Send this message to all your friends. Via blogs, facebook, sms, Tweeter, YouTube ..... anything.
Saturday, December 5, 2009
Wah ah ah....our DPM actually claimed this in his visit to Sarawak??? Just go and check the amount of laughter he created by claiming fancies-that-only-can-come-out-from-his-stupid-mouth!!!
"Malaysia hoped to share its teaching standard with other countries in the region paving the way for the nation to becoming a centre of education excellence.
........Malaysia’s education system was gaining international attention with the country being recognised as having an effective conventional and religious curriculum by various groups"........Muhyiddin Yassin, education minister and deputy prime minister speaking at a launching ceremony at the Malaysian Teachers Education Institute Tawau campus in Balung.
EAT YOUR LUNG OUT....readers!
Pick from blog zorro-unmasked...find the link in my blog.
Malaysiakini has this story of one Mohammed Fazdil bin Bahari, a pre-operative transsexual known as Fatine, who upon marrying a British man in a civil ceremony, was refused a permanent visa on technical grounds.
Immigration Department director-general Abdul Rahman Othman said that once deported to Malaysia, Fatine could be banned from travelling overseas for at least two years.
"The penalty imposed on Fatine may be more severe than the two-year passport issuance deferment as he has brought great shame upon us," he said.
Instead of being sympathetic with a distraught Malaysian in an immigration tangle, Abdul Rahman played god and maufactured this shame.
Abdul Rahman, you really want to know what SHAME is?
We should be ashamed that:
That 114 cases involving illegal funds transfer were detected from 2006 to 2009.
In March 2008, a wife of a senior minister transferred funds amounting to RM600,000 to Dubai. Between June and August 2008, a 'Tan Sri' transferred 3.5 million pounds sterling (RM22.2 million) to the United Kingdom.
Last week, Bank Negara confirmed that it is investigating Negeri’s MD Mohamad's alleged transfer of RM10 million to London.
Last week billions were siphoned off in Sarawak!
Shouldn't we be ashamed that:
630 Malaysians leave the country everyday!
304,358 Malaysians were reported to have migrated from March 2008 to August 2009.
You not ashamed of:
our shambled judiciary
our mounting crime rates
illegal immigrants galore in our midst
2000 over deaths in custody
There are too many things for us to be ashamed of, I am ashamed of these, are you?
The Bank Bumiputra twin scandals in the early 1980s saw US$1 billion (RM3.2 billion in 2008 ringgit) wasted;
The Maminco attempt to corner the world tin market in the 1980s is believed to have cost some US$500 million (RM1.6 billion);
Betting in foreign exchange futures cost Bank Negara Malaysia RM30 billion in the 1990s;
Perwaja Steel resulted in losses of US$800 million (RM2.56 billion). (Eric Chia was charged with corruption for allegedly steering US$20 million (RM64 million) to a Hong Kong-based company.) but was acquitted.
Use of RM10 billion public funds in the Valuecap Sdn. Bhd. operation to shore up the stock market;
Banking scandal of RM700 million losses in Bank Islam;
The sale of M.V. Agusta by Proton for one Euro making a loss of €75.99 million (RM 348 million);
Wang Ehsan from oil royalty in Terengganu amounting to RM7.4 billion from 2004 – 2007;
For the past 10 years since the Philharmonic Orchestra was established, this orchestra has swallowed a total of RM500 million;
OK, that was sometime back, these are recent:
The government has spent a total of RM3.2 billion in teaching Maths and Science in English over the years. Out of the amount, the government paid a whopping RM2.21 billion for the purchase of information and computer technology (ICT) equipment of which the breakdown of costs is unknown;
The commission paid for the purchase of jets and submarines to two private companies, Perimeker Sdn Bhd and IMT Defence Sdn Bhd amounted to RM910 million;
RM300 million to compensate Gerbang Perdana for the RM1.1 billion "Crooked Scenic Half-Bridge";
RM1.3 billion has been wasted building the white elephant Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) facilities on cancellation of the Malaysia-Singapore scenic bridge;
RM100 million spent on the Parliament building for renovations and to patch up leaks;
National Astronaut Programme - RM 40 million…and we still await the results of some scientific experiments that was carried out by Datuk Space Tourist.
National Service Training Programme - yearly an estimate of RM 500 million and some 17 deaths of trainees and still counting.
Eye on Malaysia - RM30 million and another RM5.7 million of free tickets;
RM4.63 billion 'soft-loan' to PKFZ;
RM2.4 million on indelible ink;
SAMY Velu announced in September 2006 that the government paid compensation amounting to RM38.5 billion to 20 highway companies. A RM380 million windfall for 9 toll concessionaires earned solely from the toll hikes in 2008 alone;
RM32 million timber export kickbacks involving companies connected to the Sarawak Chief Minister and his family.
I can continue, but I am too ashamed that the Prime Minister was snubbed in Washington!
Saturday, November 21, 2009
What a two-cent formula it is.... What about Perak state??? There is a crisis long brewing and remains unsolved!!! What....scared of the rakyat's verdict??? Scared of being Voted OUT again???
What about the nation's majority long dissatisfaction of the government of the day??? We don't have to wait till GE13, right?
DO YOU HAVE A FORMULA, HUH, MR. PM???
Monday, November 16, 2009
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Sunday, November 1, 2009
RM50 to be imposed on credit card holders for each credit card that one holds. It was imposed this way when it all started years back. I got a few credit cards for convenience and emergency use. So now the stupid government wants to make some money out of us poor souls. They give "peanuts" in the recently announced Budget but want to squeeze the "balls" out of us.
Just imagine that one holds easily 4 cards at any one time. Yeah, that is because each bank will usually offer you two cards - one Visa and one Mastercard. Holding many cards from banks is not unusual because the banks very much would like you to. The banks make good profits from credit cards after all.
Giving the fact that everything in Malaysia is rather "not cheap", so we tend to even out our spending, some on cash and some on credit. We have one of the lowest per capita income, mind you! So we practically need some form of credit to survive.
Is that what you call 'Rakyat Didahulukan or Citizen First' in your very much publicized SLOGAN??? Bullshit.
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Government of the day, please wake up, what are you going to do about it??? Close one eye??? Let it passes and wait for next year??? You tax us so much, have the highest taxed-car purchase in the world, blah blah blah and you just lose our hard-earned money like that to your cronies....what the f@#k!!!
Really stupid Men @ Work in this government.
Year in year out the government is good at talking but slow at reacting (action) to fact of life. This year is no different....in fact I would term it as the worst Budget.
Are they blind or what....how many of us are earning a salary at RM100K bracket annually??? That 1% tax cut actually does not reach nor help many people like us.
So the tax cut really benefits no ONE....STUPID government! 1Malaysia is a mere slogan, as I have said it since the day it was coined, it is an empty nutshell.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Sunday, October 11, 2009
1. Usual sight - customer service counter is beautifully done and equipped but closed. Where? Government agencies or departments!
2. Free advertising in public places like this one is illegal and ugly. Contact numbers are pasted there to catch the culprits but no authorities care!
3. Just wonder what the 'No Entry' signboard is doing there....on the pavement!!!
4. Usual sight - talking about third world maintenance mentality....
5. Always "rosak" (broke down) when you needed it most for emergency!
6. Already 'Park at your own risk' at most shopping complexes....so this fella just part anywhere he/she likes. Right at the corner, who cares!
7. Check out the ad that says "Sunday Buffet for Unmarried". Can you tell the meaning, well, call the number then!
8. Surely no leaking with a roof over a roof. It's a matter of money gone to waste.
9. 'No Parking' sign but....park at your liking. Devil may care.
10. Common sight on the roads with every danger lurking but the authorities are sleeping what...!
Friday, September 18, 2009
What...??? Disgusting. I heard that our infamous Keris-mudin showed sympathy for this moron Top aka terrorist on national TV yesterday??? Keris-mudin was quoted as saying this Top-fler should be caught in Malaysia and given a chance for rehabilitation!!! What...???
Noordin Top gunned down in ambush(Reported in the Star newspaper today)
KUALA LUMPUR: Noordin Mat Top, Asia’s most wanted terrorist, was shot dead by a crack Indonesian anti-terrorism squad during a shoot-out in a village in Central Java.
The 41-year-old Malaysian-born Noordin, who had eluded the authorities for nine years, was gunned down along with three others in an ambush at his hideout in Solo. He was said to be responsible for a string of deadly bombings in Indonesia, including those in Bali in 2002 and two luxury hotels in Jakarta recently.
Indonesian police chief Bambang Hendarso Danuri confirmed Noordin was among the four killed, based on the initial comparison of fingerprints provided by Malaysian authorities. Others killed along with Noordin were “expert bomb-maker” Bagus Budi Pranoto, alias Ur-wah, close Noordin associate Ario Sudarso, alias Aji, and the person renting the house, Susilo.
Bambang said two men were also arrested and Susilo’s wife, who was wounded in the raid, was also in custody. Weapons, grenades and eight sacks of explosive material were found in the house, according to a police source.
Noordin fled Malaysia in 2001 during a crackdown by police here on suspected terror activities, following the uncovering of the Jemaah Islamiah network. He was initially thought to have been killed in a raid on Aug 8 but the body turned out to be that of an accomplice . Police tracked Noordin down after obtaining information from several terrorists suspects arrested some weeks ago.
Sources said the information enabled Indonesian police to place the group under surveillance. The squad stormed the house when they confirmed Noordin was among those inside. Noordin, once a lecturer in Johor, fled the country with fellow Malaysian Dr Azahari Husin, a bomb specialist. Azahari was also killed in a shoot-out with Indonesian police in Surabaya about three years ago.
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Did Malaysia's First Lady Amah see these Penan children suffering??? She is very kind-hearted , isn't it?
On Monday The Star highlighted the plight of Penan children in Sarawak. While their parents battle loggers and government over their homeland, the children just wished they had some good shoes and something to eat once in a while. Read the story...
Story and photo by STEPHEN THEN (Cc from Patrick Teoh's blog)
KAPIT (Central Sarawak): Slippers and shoes are much needed by poor children living in remote pockets of Sarawak where such items are rare and expensive.
The Star, during a recent visit to three locations in the interior of Kapit Division, found the majority of toddlers and children without proper footwear.
Longhouses at the Lusong Laku, Long Tanyit and Long Lidem settlements are full of adults and children without shoes or slippers.
“We have no money to buy them,” said Johnson Maun, an eight-year-old boy.
The Star found only one sundry shop in Lusong Laku selling foodstuff and essential household items like soap and cooking utensils.
No slippers or shoes were available.
The shopowner said these items were expensive as the contractor who sent goods from Bintulu charged high prices to transport them.
Many children and toddlers suffer from skin problems on the soles of their feet due to being constantly barefooted.
The Miri Catholic Church is collecting donations for poor Penans in Kapit Division.
A lot of rice and foodstuff has been collected but no shoes or slippers.
Donors can take such items to Father Sylvester Ding at the Miri Carmelite Chapel or hand them to the Carmelite nuns for deployment to the needy children.
If you would like to help you can send donations to ......
Account holder : St Francis Centre Belaga
Bank : Maybank, Bintulu branch, Sarawak
Account No. : 011065307834
To think that something like this can happen in a country that still intends to declare itself "developed" in 11 years time!!! I wonder how the chief minister and all the other Y.B.'s feel as they slip their feet into their Italian-made Ferragamo's?
(Cc from Patrick Teoh's blog)
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
1. Street lamp post "cover" stolen
2. Lorry transporting scrap metals in the open thus endangering lives on the road
3. Illegal moneylenders (we Malaysians identified them as "Ah Long") ads pasted on trees and everywhere in the streets
4. Fire hydrant with no "arms" - stolen
5. Riding motorbike without safety helmet even on main road - common sight nowadays
6. Stupidity at its best - putting up government signboard (this is 1Malaysia signboard) smacked behind (hidden) a street lamp post. Perhaps this smart-Alec is trying to indicate that as the big 1.
I can tell you these are common sightings in and around Malaysia. So, the local authorities are all sleeping!
Saturday, September 5, 2009
Lately as we all know, in fact as always, our garmen has made many stupid U-turns. Like it or not, all the U-turns should not have occurred if our garmen used the head instead of the @$S to make important decisions.
Let's pick the "BIG" U-turn decisions recently. One minister announced Internet Censorship, Prime Minister denounced it immediately. Next, Home Minister happily defended the 'cow head protesters' with all the fanfare, the next day quickly announced police action must be taken against them. Of course as the saying goes, test the water first, if people make some noise, revert it. Villain turns hero - how nice, eh!
For what I think, there is a hidden agenda behind all these U-turns. Only they know. They are trying to fool us. But in the end, the are the ones look like bloody fools!
Hey listen, illegal U-turn kills, you know!
Saturday, August 22, 2009
Now what does it tell us....where they failed miserably last week in the World Championship when all hopes were on them to win?
This is what our players are only good about. Almost when most of the world's top players are absent from Macau thus taking away the pressure of playing against them, we triumph. Our players can't play under pressure! That's for sure.
Lee Chong Wei defeated Taufik Hidayat in a close match-up. Lee almost lost actually. And Wong Choon Hann beating Chen Jin in 3 games!!! Why didn't he play like today? Wong lost like a schoolboy last week! No bloody good!
Gotta change our losing mentality to no-fear-mentality and start winning where it matters most.
Sunday, August 16, 2009
Why do Malaysia's badminton players always falter when it matters most???
Simply put it because they are a bunch of LOSERS. Any players can lose but not the way top Malaysia's players do. Take for example in the World Championship 2009 in India.
As always, the manner they lost in crucial stage irked me the most. I'm sure many of you felt the same. THEY PLAYED TO LOSE. THEY JUST FORGOT HOW TO WIN!
Koo Kian Keat, don't showboating on court. Just play to win. You brought your partner down by showboating. LOSERS.
Sunday, August 9, 2009
While the Malaysia government of the day 'flip-flop' about teaching Maths and Science in English and worrying about rural kids not able to catch up with their urban counterparts, here I show you what our future generations' English will be like....
Check out carefully the ad in the middle (above) and price tag description (below) for this canned food. Spot the simple mistakes! These are some fine examples how our English standard deteriorates.
Still our government of the day is putting politics above anything else thus being ignorant to the importance of English. In reality, this is not about who can follow not. This is about speaking English which has been sidetracked for a long time aka not being paid attention all this while. While most Malaysians can speak Bahasa Malaysia, what is the fuss IF ALL MALAYSIANS CAN SPEAK ENGLISH!!! Is it not a good sign???
1Malaysia is about what....I don't get it! Perhaps 1Malaysia should include listening to the rakyat (people).
Sunday, July 19, 2009
Sunday, July 5, 2009
Sunday, June 28, 2009
Saturday, June 6, 2009
Friday, May 22, 2009
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Gandhi, Mandela, M.L. King ... Zambry?
Zambry stressing a point at a press conference on May 12.
By Leslie Lau
KUALA LUMPUR, May 12 - Datuk Dr Zambry Kadir invited scorn and ridicule today by invoking the name of Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi to describe his political challenges. (My quote....that's absolutely right)
“Nelson Mandela sacrificed his freedom for 27 years to free the people of South African from apartheid. (My quote....what did you do in weeks....monkeying around!)
“Mahatma Gandhi, on the other hand, sacrificed his life to ensure India’s independence," he wrote in a posting on his blog today.(My quote....but you are sacrificing the people's livelihood by staying in there - the people did not vote you in!)
He then went on to compare his endurance of what he said were the Pakatan Rakyat's (PR) politics of hatred to what the South African and the Indian icons of the struggle against oppressive regimes. (My quote....he's miles apart to even compare to these icons)
Zambry acknowledged, however, that his political struggles did not result in him suffering any physical harm or the loss of his liberty. (My quote....that's absolutely right, then what are you ranting about???)
The Barisan Nasional (BN) man was appointed the mentri besar of Perak in February in a power grab which saw the downfall of the PR government, but yesterday a High Court decision declared his rival Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin as the rightful chief executive of the state.
This morning, Zambry managed to obtain a stay from the Court of Appeal.
In his blog posting, Zambry also accused PR leaders of being greedy for power. (My quote....that's absolutely wrong - we all know who's!)
Besides Mandela and Gandhi, the BN man also borrowed the words of Martin Luther King, the American civil rights leader who was assassinated in the 1960s. (My quote....you are not fit, not in the same league with King, it's shameful to borrow one's great words)
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.''
He claimed the negative perception of his leadership was spread by lies in opposition publications and Internet news websites. (My quote....that's absolutely wrong!)
Zambry said that despite the challenges he faced, he would continue fighting for “justice and the interest of the public”. (My quote....WHAT?!....Fighting for the wrong cause)
DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang said in a statement that Zambry’s comparison of himself to Gandhi and Mandela would cause “all round derision, outrage and revulsion.” (My quote....that's absolutely right)
“If Zambry dreams of being a Gandhi, he would not want to be an illegitimate and unlawful mentri besar even for a second,” he said. (My quote....that's absolutely right)
He said the stay given by the Court of Appeal today prevented Nizar from taking back what he claims is the PAS man’s legitimate position as MB, but did not overturn yesterday’s High Court declaration. (My quote....that's absolutely right)
“Zambry went against everything Gandhi stood for in announcing that he would again 'gate-crash' the Perak state secretariat building tomorrow to 're-occupy' the MB’s office,” he said. (My quote....that's absolutely right - see what I mean all along!)
My closing quote....if you care to look at the Star newspaper front page today, you will see the most likeliest person to be MB in Nizar.
Saturday, May 9, 2009
That is what best describe the damage done by Umno and BN in the Perak state assembly fiasco. Seeing the video of this shameless drama unfolded in our very eyes. Thanks to the beauty of new age media that has exposed the shameful acts committed by the ruling government of the day in Malaysia.
I'm not going to say much. Anything I say now is secondary. The whole incident has become infamous to the world. So it's better you do a search in YouTube and see for yourself how barbaric they were in treating powerless and harmless people in the street and the legitimate State Assemblymen, oh yeah pay special attention to the brave SPEAKER who defied all odds to defend the 'legitimate chair in the house', inside the state assembly hall on May 7.
Is wearing BLACK now becomes illegal in Malaysia or just for Perak state or only on May 7???
STUPID STUPID STUPID.
Friday, May 8, 2009
The result for October is....
Loves to chat.
Loves those who loves them.
Loves to takes things at the center.
Inner and physical beauty.
Lies but doesn't pretend.
Gets angry often.
Treats friends importantly.
Always making friends.
Easily hurt but recovers easily.
Does not care of what others think.
Loves to travel, the arts and literature.
Touchy and easily jealous.
Just and fair.
Easily loses confidence.
Saturday, May 2, 2009
Monday, April 13, 2009
Eh, they lost but we were to blame. Goodness me. Are we suppose to vote for money or vote for party/candidate who serves? Who cares if you only pour millions when there is an election??? As we all know, the money does not come from your own pocket, fools. They just don't get it. I am puzzled. We know your gimmick when it comes to election. How come you don't???
1Malaysia....dream on. What about Malaysia 2020....bring out the 'pledge' by the then government. 11 more years to go but the nation seems divided, largely. The KPI will show a dismal performance too!
Thursday, April 9, 2009
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
It looks like our NEW 1Malaysia will just remain as a slogan until a new slogan is "crafted". I still remember it used to be 3 worded slogan all along e.g. Gemilang, Cemerlang, Terbilang and bla bla bla. The right tonic is still ACTION, speaks louder than word!
These fanatics especially the politically motivated leaning to that ONE party will harp on any issues no matter how small to gain some mileage. And being looked at by the whole world as fools. Nothing but merely a bunch of hypocrites.
Oh yeah, Malaysians are very generous, well, in a way. You come, they welcome you. You give, they will just take. You say, they will still listen. People term this as....GIVE FACE LA. In reality, they will still reject you, giving all that you have done! So, all the sweeteners will subside and people will begin to see the real authoritarian rule, back in business.
I told ya! I bet ya!
Sunday, March 29, 2009
I'm not saying whatever "baggage" he is carrying is troubling me but if only you watch the closing speech of this man at Umno assembly today.
He mentioned the government was taking positive steps to tackle the gloomy economy of Malaysia. That's sounds fine. Starting this year from March, April and May the government is rolling out 3 stimulus packages worth billions of ringgit covering many thousands of projects, approximately over 50 thousands 'contracts to be given' to Class F contractors. WE KNOW WHO THEY ARE!
So there will be many jobs to be filled too. Because a caring government wouldn't want its citizens to suffer being jobless. Hey, wasn't he saying "for Class F contractors"??? Normal-la right! If that's not enough to make you BLOW, take this and eat it....
"...And these Class F contractors are supporters of UMNO and Barisan Nasional".
Yeah, I accidentally turned to Astro Awani and the closing ceremony was carried 'live' in this channel - no censorship. He proudly said it and with a coy smile too, as though he had forgotten that many Malaysians NOT supporters of Umno were watching. If only the main dailies are going to print it for the public consumption. Ah-ah! I puked on my seat. Man, I was looking at our next PM. What da fcuk!No wonder the million-dollar-question actually going around everyone's lips is how these stimulus packages worth billions of ringgit are reaching the ground. So there it goes....ordinary folks, NOT SUPPORTERS OF UMNO, first, not supporters of Barisan, second, will ACTUALLY get none, which is ZERO!!!
So, I will still go to work my ass out day in day out, thinking of what's next tomorrow, uncertain times still hovering over my head and of course care less of what our Umno-led government is going to do.
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
How does one set a good example to the young school children including my 11-year old kid?
Why he has to be all worked up in his speech in assembly of this kind, year in year out? Did he or did he not wave the keris (dagger) this time?
I just go bonkers like you seeing this sort of "worked up" behavior which is not necessary especially when you are the Education Minister with all the young school children looking up to you as their head.
That's why people by and large are becoming disillusioned with this government of the day, well, same goes to the bunch who make up the large portion of it from one party. It is just because they are in power does not mean they can do no wrong.
Hey mister, please behave and show good example to the young ones. We do not need a PM like this in the future!
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Wow, that to me is catching the big fish. But I'm not a bit moved by that. I'm sure many like me out there who cast doubt about all this fiasco. To me, so long as the term 'money politics' is used, I'm not convinced that the real effect is felt by those who are still in it. And this fella's position as CM is still very much intact. Does it hurt, NO! If one has the desire to cheat, he will cheat in any circumstances i.e. still a corrupt figure in the eyes of the general public.
If the present day government is really serious in tackling corruption, the old files should be re-open on those who got away Scot-free from all corrupt practices. MACC think again. When the boss and its next generation are the thoroughbred of this very party, corruption runs deep in the blood.
So, whether it is ACA or MACC, it makes no difference. Horse and zebra though look different visually but still are the same family! If Ali, Ah Kow or Muthu can do the job clean, they don't need to change names.
To the present-day government, don't practise double standards if you want to come clean!
Monday, March 16, 2009
But you made that decision to go for it. I never thought the last time I heard from you 'live' on that fateful morning at 7.30am was my final moment with you.
On March 4th, I lost my father. I lost a father to heart bypass surgery. He was 68. I did not want it all to end that way. He was going into the operation theater 'alive and kicking". He even got the doctor's final assurance that the op would be successful.
He wanted to live a longer life, another 15 years perhaps. He wanted to see his precious grand-daughter playing the guitar on a stage. But it all ended tragically, on the hospital bed! How I wished you did not have the guts to go for the op.
As I whispered my last words to you by your hospital bedside; as I said my last goodbye to you during the final cremation moments; I just wanted to say it again here, "Father, you are forgiven and loved dearly".
Sunday, March 1, 2009
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Megat Zulkarnain seems to warn Bukit Bendera MP Liew Chin Tong
during the confrontation in the Parliament compound.
Ahem! There you go again....using race and monarchy to scare innocent people. Follow this link to find out more, http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/index.php/malaysia/19238-scuffle-in-parliament .
What has become of Malaysia of late??? So, when you have the big bro's protection and acting the same way, the small 'uns will follow suit ala gangster. They can't find any other place than the parliament compound!
Wow, scary eh! The next time they will storm your house and perhaps hurt you and walk off Scott-free. Hey, I thought our Home Minister used to say "nobody is above the law". It occurs to me that anything that under the Umno's umbrella is above the law.
Let's see what action the government or that particular party is going to take against such hooligans!