Friday, May 22, 2009


So, What’s Next: “My dream now is to make a really dope record, do something new, push the boundaries”

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Gandhi, Mandela, M.L. King ... Zzzzzambry?

Note: By popular demand, the posted picture with face of this hated moron has been removed!

Gandhi, Mandela, M.L. King ... Zambry?

Zambry stressing a point at a press conference on May 12.
By Leslie Lau
Consultant Editor

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 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

Scar Forever

SCAR = A lingering sign of damage or injury, either mental or physical.

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???


Friday, May 8, 2009

What Does Your Birth Month Reveal About You?

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.
Strong clairvoyance.
Loves to travel, the arts and literature.
Touchy and easily jealous.
Loves outdoors.
Just and fair.
Easily influenced.
Easily loses confidence.
Loves children.


Saturday, May 2, 2009

It's Never Too Late

If it rains 99 days, you only need 1 sunshine day for your lifetime opportunity! The classic example is Ms Susan Boyle. Watch the video....she sang at the age of 22.