Wednesday, November 3, 2010
I cried when reading Najib's speech delivered by his deputy Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin at the 2nd World Chinese Economic Forum. I cried not because of happiness nor recognition but the insincere and hypocritical treatment of the Malaysian Chinese by the PM.
They can keep on bashing the Malaysian Chinese of being ungrateful, pendatang, prostitutes, si-sepet and claiming that they do not need the Malaysian Chinese votes to stay in power. No one can questions their imaginary ketuanan and special rights. The PM and also their president was very brave with his threat while giving his umno speech.Now in sick bed and facing the real threat of losing the 13th GE without the Malaysian Chinese supports, the PM takes the opportunity of the 2nd World Chinese Economic Forum to beg for the Malaysian Chinese votes. He has no choice but to recognise that Malaysia will not be what it is today without the Malaysian Chinese support.Now we want to see what umno, perkasa and Mahathir have to say about this speech by Najib.
“Malaysia would not be what it is today without the industry, expertise and dedication of the Malaysian Chinese community,” “Likewise, there will be a bleak future for Malaysia without the Chinese community’s support. We would clearly fall short of reaching the goals to become a developed nation by 2020.”He added that the community formed the backbone of the Malaysian economy through its small and medium enterprises.
This speech can proof only one thing, that Malaysian Chinese can survive without any government's handout and do not have the time to quarrel or argue about the ketuanan melayu and their special rights, 54 years have shown that.Speeches are just speeches and they are meaningless without action.
Read more at: http://ousel.blogspot.com/2010/11/pm-umno-bn-come-begging-for-chinese.html
Saturday, August 28, 2010
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
In the mood for celebrations?
Every time the Barisan Nasional gets less than the expected support from Chinese voters at an election, the question invariably pops up among the petty-minded: Why are the Chinese ungrateful?So now, after the Hulu Selangor by-election, it’s not surprising to read in Utusan Malaysia a piece that asks: “Orang Cina Malaysia , apa lagi yang anda mahu?” (Chinese of Malaysia , what more do you want?)
Normally, something intentionally provocative and propagandistic as this doesn’t deserve to be honoured with a reply. But even though I’m fed up of such disruptive and ethnocentric polemics, this time I feel obliged to reply – partly because the article has also been published, in an English translation, in the Straits Times of Singapore.
I wish to emphasise here that I am replying not as a Chinese Malaysian but, simply, as a Malaysian.
Let me say at the outset that the Chinese have got nothing more than what any citizen should get. So to ask “what more” it is they want, is misguided. A correct question would be “What do the Chinese want?”
All our lives, we Chinese have held to the belief that no one owes us a living. We have to work for it. Most of us have got where we are by the sweat of our brow, not by handouts or the policies of the government.
We have come to expect nothing – not awards, not accolades, not gifts from official sources. (Let’s not lump in Datukships, that’s a different ball game.) We know that no Chinese who writes in the Chinese language will ever be bestowed the title of Sasterawan Negara, unlike in Singapore where the literatures of all the main language streams are recognised and honoured with the Cultural Medallion, etc.
We have learned we can’t expect the government to grant us scholarships. Some will get those, but countless others won’t. We’ve learned to live with that and to work extra hard in order to support our children to attain higher education – because education is very important to us. We experience a lot of daily pressure to achieve that. Unfortunately, not many non-Chinese realise or understand that. In fact, many Chinese had no choice but to emigrate for the sake of their children’s further education. Or to accept scholarships from abroad, many from Singapore , which has inevitably led to a brain drain.
The writer of the Utusan article says the Chinese “account for most of the students” enrolled in “the best private colleges in Malaysia ”. Even so, the Chinese still have to pay a lot of money to have their children study in these colleges. And to earn that money, the parents have to work very hard. The money does not fall from the sky.
The writer goes on to add: “The Malays can gain admission into only government-owned colleges of ordinary reputation.” That is utter nonsense. Some of these colleges are meant for the cream of the Malay crop of students and are endowed with the best facilities. They are given elite treatment.
The writer also fails to acknowledge that the Chinese are barred from being admitted to some of these colleges. As a result, the Chinese are forced to pay more money to go to private colleges. Furthermore, the Malays are also welcome to enrol in the private colleges, and many of them do. It’s, after all, a free enterprise.
Plain and simple reason
The writer claims that the Chinese live “in the lap of luxury” and lead lives that are “more than ordinary” whereas the Malays in Singapore , their minority-race counterparts there, lead “ordinary lives”. Such sweeping statements sound inane especially when they are not backed up by definitions of “lap of luxury” and “ordinary lives”. They sound hysterical, if not hilarious as well, when they are not backed up by evidence. It’s surprising that a national daily like Utusan Malaysia would publish something as idiosyncratic as that. And the Straits Times too. All smiles from PM NajibThe writer quotes from a survey that said eight of the 10 richest people in Malaysia are Chinese. Well, if these people are where they are, it must have also come from hard work and prudent business sense. Is that something to be faulted?
If the writer had said that some of them achieved greater wealth through being given crony privileges and lucrative contracts by the government, there might be a point, but even then, it would still take hard work and business acumen to secure success. Certainly, Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary, who is one of the 10, would take exception if it were said that he has not worked hard and lacks business savvy.
Most important, it should be noted that the eight Chinese tycoons mentioned in the survey represent but a minuscule percentage of the wider Chinese Malaysian population. To extrapolate that because eight Chinese are filthy rich, the rest of the Chinese must therefore live in the lap of luxury and lead more than ordinary lives would be a mockery of the truth. The writer has obviously not met the vast numbers of very poor Chinese.
The crux of the writer’s article is that the Chinese are not grateful to the government by not voting for Barisan Nasional at the Hulu Selangor by-election. But this demonstrates the thinking of either a simple mind or a closed one.
Why did the Chinese by and large not vote for BN? Because it’s corrupt. Plain and simple. Let’s call a spade a spade. And BN showed how corrupt it was during the campaign by throwing bribes to the electorate, including promising RM3 million to the Chinese school in Rasa.
The Chinese were not alone in seeing this corruption. The figures are unofficial but one could assume that at least 40 per cent of Malays and 45 per cent of Indians who voted against BN in that by-election also had their eyes open.
So, what’s wrong with not supporting a government that is corrupt? If the government is corrupt, do we continue to support it?
To answer the question then, what do the Chinese want? They want a government that is not corrupt; that can govern well and proves to have done so; that tells the truth rather than lies; that follows the rule of law; that upholds rather than abuses the country’s sacred institutions. BN does not fit that description, so the Chinese don’t vote for it. This is not what only the Chinese want. It is something every sensible Malaysian, regardless of race, wants. Is that something that is too difficult to understand?
Some people think that the government is to be equated with the country, and therefore if someone does not support the government, they are being disloyal to the country. This is a complete fallacy. BN is not Malaysia . It is merely a political coalition that is the government of the day. Rejecting BN is not rejecting the country.
A sense of belonging
Let’s be clear about this important distinction. In America , the people sometimes vote for the Democrats and sometimes for the Republicans. Voting against the one that is in government at the time is not considered disloyalty to the country.
It is time all Malaysians realised this so that we can once and for all dispel the confusion. Let us no more confuse country with government. We can love our country and at the same time hate the government. It is perfectly all right.
I should add here what the Chinese don’t want. We don’t want to be insulted, to be called pendatang, or told to be grateful for our citizenship. We have been loyal citizens; we duly and dutifully pay taxes; we respect the country’s constitution and its institutions. Our forefathers came to this country generations ago and helped it to prosper. We are continuing to contribute to the country's growth and development.
Would anyone like to be disparaged, made to feel unwelcome, unwanted? For the benefit of the writer of the Utusan article, what MCA president Chua Soi Lek means when he says the MCA needs to be more vocal is that it needs to speak up whenever the Chinese community is disparaged. For too long, the MCA has not spoken up strongly enough when Umno politicians and associates like Ahmad Ismail, Nasir Safar, Ahmad Noh and others before them insulted the Chinese and made them feel like they don’t belong. That’s why the Chinese have largely rejected the MCA.
You see, the Chinese, like all human beings, want self-respect. And a sense of belonging in this country they call home. That is all the Chinese want, and have always wanted. Nothing more.
The Utusan Malaysia article: Orang Cina Malaysia, apa lagi yang anda mahu?
Dramatist and journalist Kee Thuan Chye is the author of 'March 8: The Day Malaysia Woke Up'. He is a contributor to Free Malaysia Today.
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
After reading this I hope it serves you a lesson but if you choose to follow or fall into it, don't blame me. Don't say I didn't warn ya!
Sunday, March 7, 2010
Snoozing off, head also dropped off! Can you find his helpless head for him ....could have dropped off somewhere because as the saying goes ...."man who sleeps on the job will lose his head too".
How apt this is judging at how this country is run by "sleeping" morons!
Just the other day someone was making a point in the media about Malaysia wages 25 years ago and today.
Then, a starting wage for an engineer was RM2500.00 and now, still is RM2500.00. But, those days RM1.00 could buy you a lot of things but now, not even enough to pay a parking ticket (depends on where you are in Malaysia).
Yeah, still harping on "30% shares" where the majority of the rakyat (working Malaysians) are screwed (paying more Tax / GST soon) and getting poorer by the day!
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Just how fast is this thing? Well, Porsche says the 918 Spyder Concept hits 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 3.2 seconds, and it blasts to a top speed of 198 mph. Not only that, it laps the Nürburgring in less than 7 minutes 30 seconds, which means it’s even faster than the hallowed Carrera GT.
Just how green is it? Porsche says that, when driven accordingly, the plug-in hybrid 918 Spyder Concept gets an outstanding 78 mpg, with an emissions level of just 70 grams of C02 per kilometer.
The 918 Spyder Concept is powered by a high-revving V-8 related to the 3.4-liter in the Porsche RS Spyder racing car. In 918 Spyder form, this mid-mounted engine revs to 9200 rpm and produces more than 500 bhp. Electric motors at the front and rear axles add an additional 218 horsepower to the output. The V-8’s power, and that of the rear electric motor, reaches the Spyder Concept’s rear wheels via a 7-speed PDK gearbox. The drive to the front wheels is pure electric, via a fixed ratio. The liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery pack behind the cockpit can be charged at home, or by brake regeneration.
Porsche 918 Spyder Concept
Four distinct driving modes are available. E Drive is solely electric power, with a range of up to 16 miles. In Hybrid mode, electric power and gasoline power are used as conditions warrant, in ways designed to maximize economy or performance. In Sport Hybrid mode, in which both drive systems maximize performance, most of the power goes rearward, aided by torque vectoring to help the car’s dynamics. Lastly, there’s Race Hybrid mode for the utmost performance, such as running at the limit on the racetrack. In this mode, there’s even a “push to pass” E-Boost feature that feeds in added electrical power for overtaking… or better lap times.
The 918 Spyder’s modular chassis is made of CFP (carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic), while Porsche has also employed lots of magnesium and aluminum to keep the car’s weight down to a reasonably svelte 3285 lb. Aesthetically, the 918 Spyder looks very much like a relative of the Carrera GT. It also looks like it would be perfectly at home on the road or the track. Variable aerodynamics, especially around the rear spoiler, are necessary in a car with such a fast top speed, and the rear hoods extending back from the headrests accommodate retractable air intakes that provide a ram-air function.
Porsche says the interior of the 918 Spyder Concept offers a glimpse of the future, and we’re glad that it remains driver-oriented with circular dial gauges. On the left is one for road speed; in the middle is engine speed (right where it belongs); and on the right is the energy-management gauge. Modernity is addressed via the center console, which has a touch screen for what Porsche calls “intuitive” control of the car’s functions.
Lastly, the 918 Spyder Concept is fitted with a Range Manager. Using the map in the satellite navigation system, the Range Manager displays the remaining range the Spyder is able to cover. And in cities, it will tell you if you can reach your destination on electric power alone. Just the thing to make sure you arrive at the Nürburgring with a full tank.
We admit the Porsche 918 Spyder Concept took us by surprise at Geneva. But we very much like what we see, and the fact that this Porsche has lapped the Nürburgring proves it’s more than a “pie in the sky” concept. It has real production possibilities; and we’re delighted that Porsche sees driving fun as a vital part of its future.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
How apt of these comments here .... check out here. Hey proud for nothing fellas in the picture .... so called big shots in local proton another-waste-of-public-funds project la .... tax us buyers more la .... go fly kite better la!!!
A car that needs protection in local market after 25 years now want to go global .... hahahaaa. A car that needs bailout by protectionist policy and a car that cannot find global partner now exhibiting in Geneva prestigious motorshow ... hahahahaaaa. Btw, why overseas designers ....after 25 years still cannot design ar???
That's why people in the world think Malaysia is a laughing stock, thanks and no thanks to the policy makers and this oldman is still running the show wanting to put the already shamed proton in the global eyes.
Wah wah wah, you think is play play toys ar .... before bringing to Geneva Motor Show, start KL motor show first la .... and see what are the comments you get ..... don't need to go far just read the comments in Malaysia Insider enough to gauge the potential failure of this proton. And the name of the concept car ... how can they named it "Emas" means gold you know! The whitemen will think gold is definitely not a lousy brand like proton, isn't it? Hmmmm, then Ferrari must be GOd-car la.
The truth is ....a proton car that running on the road after a while will give you all the creaking sound that will drive you bonkers!!! Don't believe, try one today. Go Geneva, phui!
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Disagree .... what about those published stories about how this Zzzzrain fella failed in his bid to get a RM2 company of his interest to get a contract to manage a prestigious golf club in Penang that resulted in his quitting PKR?
What about this Saaaaladin fella failed in his bid to get a CEO post that could give him RM50K a month paycheck again did the most holiest thing (to him la) to jump like a frog to the other side?
And there is this fella Faaaruz, a former Penang DCM who quit all his posts in PKR not long ago and now in keris cosplay with Naaahjib (frontpage in most dailies) so proudly become one of the frogs.
All and many of the FROGS have one common issue as I have read somewhere, some publications that claimed they either being investigated by MACC (former ACA, which was no better) or have lost confidence in the party (PKR) leadership. You and I know that the PKR leader is facing second sodomy trial.
How strange .... there is also a claim that they all met up with PM and spouse before quitting. Anyone is welcome to meet PM and spouse but for these frogs, don't you like to think that they are "IN" for something ala golden handshake of a kind, like the previous three frogs from Perak??? Those three old frogs had the same issue before quitting! Right?
Of course, the right thing to say is 'I have lost confident ..... that's why I quit the party and bla bla bla'. Sounds very noble. But I shit in their faces to say that it is all about the money and personal goals.
Do you think that these frogs or potential frogs are in there for the sake of the rakyat, to sweat for the people who voted them in, to serve for the sake of serving .... naaaahhhh! I bet these frogs are all having "red eyes" knowing that being over the "other side" can see Money In The Bank and what a chance to jump when they know 'a chance of a lifetime' comes a knocking when the powers that be are looking for 2/3 majority in parliament.
I am pissed everytime looking at the newspaper that offer me nothing but shit story about these jumping frogs here and there. Even their very faces pissed me off. Shit!
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Diktator, cauvinis dan berfikiran komunis
FEB 7 — Mungkin kerana warna kulitnya, agamanya, bahasa ibundanya dan ketegasannya untuk membasmi rasuah, penyelewengan dan salah guna kuasa, Lim Guan Eng menjadi mangsa kecaman dan ancaman hebat dari kumpulan-kumpulan yang mengaku wira Melayu. Lebih teruk lagi, Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang itu turut menjadi sasaran segelintir pemimpin politik parti komponen Pakatan Rakyat.
Tuduhan yang paling berat terhadapnya ditujukan dari seorang “sahabat” Parti Keadilan Rakyat yang mendakwa dakwaan Guan Eng adalah “diktator, cauvinis dan berfikiran komunis”. Tetapi benarkah Guan Eng seorang pemimpin yang begitu kejam dan zalim sekali?
Dalam wawacara Guan Eng bersama Harakah baru-baru ini, beliau berkongsi pandangan tentang usaha kerajaan negeri Pulau Pinang untuk menjadikan rakyat negeri berdaya saing, dengan mengemukakan contoh perubahan sikap masyarakat di negara komunis China:
“Dulu di negeri China pada tahun 60-an dan 70-an, ekonominya begitu mundur sekali. Rakyat hidup merana tanpa bantuan. Malah ekonomi China dianggap sebagai pesakit Asia. Kenapa? Kerana dasar kerajaan komunis tak boleh jalan. Dasar di mana semua akan makan satu mangkuk nasi. Tak kira kerja kuat atau tak kerja, semua akan dapat satu mangkuk nasi. Yang kerja lapan jam, dapat satu mangkuk. Yang kerja lapan minit pun satu mangkuk. Siapa nak bertungkus lumus? Siapa nak kerja rajin dan tekun? Sebab itu orang China waktu itu malas berkerja. Adakah malas kerana mereka sendiri malas? Bukan. Tapi kerana dasar subsidi membuatkan mereka malas. Tapi kita bukan buat dengan serentaklah. Tapi kita mesti ada dasar baik supaya mereka dapat berdaya saing. Bila mereka ikut dasar yang maju, menggalakkan mereka berdaya saing, saya rasa itu adalah sesuatu yang paling baik untuk orang Melayu dan juga negara Malaysia.
“Kita tengok China, selepas dasar diubah mereka terus menjadi maju. Daripada malas mereka manjadi rajin kerana dasar galakkan, kalau sesiapa tak kerja, dia akan lapar. Kalau kerja, baru boleh kenyang. Jadi semua akan kerja. Sama dengan di sini, kena kerja, bukan kita bagi wang sahaja. Kalau kita bagi wang kepada orang muda, mereka guna beli motosikal, jadi mat rempit. Tapi bila mereka kerja dan dapat duit, mereka akan menghargainya. Saya rasa itu yang lebih penting.”
Nampaknya seorang pemimpin yang dituduh “berfikiran komunis” telah menolak sistem komunis yang dilihatnya sebagai punca rakyat menjadi malas dan ekonomi negara hancur.
Sekarang, tuduhan yang mengatakan Guan Eng “diktator, cauvinis dan berfikiran komunis” yang dilemparkan oleh seorang pemimpin PKR itu kini menjadi slogan dan kain rentang kumpulan-kumpulan pro-Umno untuk mengecam dan memaki-hamun Setiausaha Agung DAP berkenaan.
Baru-baru ini, kumpulan-kumpulan berkenaan telah mengadakan tunjuk perasaan dengan membakar patung Guan Eng di khalayak ramai dan berarak merempuh masuk bangunan Komtar yang menempatkan pejabat Keua Menteri Pulau Pinang, tanpa diganggu atau disekat oleh pihak polis.
Kumpulan-kumpulan ini marah dengan Guan Eng kerana dikatakan menindas orang Melayu berikutan langkah pihak berkuasa tempatan mengambil tindakan terhadap penjaja dan gerai yang tidak berlesen serta mengganggu kawasan awam. Walau pun kerajaan negeri telah menjelaskan bahawa tindakan dilakukan kerana pelanggaran undang-undang dan bukannya atas dasar warna kulit, kumpulan-kumpulan itu tetap memekik “Lim Guan Eng diktator rasis”.
Perangkaan yang didedahkan oleh kerajaan negeri Pulau Pinang secara amnya menunjukkan Majlis Perbandaran Pulau Pinang (MPPP) mengenakan tindakan terhadap 1,727 penjaja Cina, 815 penjaja Melayu dan 247 penjaja India kerana menjalankan perniagaan tanpa lesen pada tahun lalu. Pada tahun 2008, 1,082 penjaja Cina, 785 penjaja Melayu dan 196 penjaja India dikenakan tindakan atas kesalahan yang sama.
Yang dihebohkan sebagai kezaliman kerajaan negeri pula ialah isu perobohan gerai di dareah Timur Laut Pulau Pinang. Sembilan gerai peniaga Melayu diroboh manakala masing-masing lima dan tiga gerai milik peniaga Cina dan India (serta enam yang tidak diketahui kaum) menerima nasib yang sama sejak tahun 2008. Apa yang tidak diceritakan ialah hampir semua gerai yang dirobohkan itu sudah ditawarkan tapak alternatif yang berdekatan. Ada yang menerima tawaran, ada pula yang menolak tawaran.
Bagi daerah Barat Daya negeri pula, tidak ada satu pun tindakan dikenakan terhadap peniaga Melayu manakala lima bangsal milik peniaga Cina dan dua India dirobohkan, termasuk yang dirobohkan sendiri oleh pemilik setelah mendapat notis.
Bagi gerai-gerai lain pula, tindakan mengubah kerusi dan meja serta perkakas diambil kerana menghalang laluan dan lalu lintas di kawasan awam dan kaki lima. Sejak dua tahun lalu, 88 peniaga Melayu dikenakan tindakan itu. Sebelum tahun 2008, iaitu pada 2006 – 2007, 212 peniaga Melayu dikenakan tindakan atas kesalahan yang sama oleh kerajaan negeri Barisan Nasional.
Berhubung kesalahan di bawah akta yang membabitkan jalan, parit dan bangunan, 56 peniaga dan penjaja Cina dikenakan tindakan berbanding 10 penjaja Melayu dan enam penjaja India.
Sebagaimana yang dijelaskan oleh Exco Kerajaan Tempatan dan Pengurusan Lalu Lintas Negeri Chow Kon Yeow, tindakan penguatkuasaan diambil ke atas mereka yang tidak mematuhi undang-undang dan bukannya atas pertimbangan kaum. “Tidak ada kaum yang menikmati imuniti daripada tindakan penguatkuasaan.”
Nampaknya Guan Eng yang dituduh “cauvinis” telah tidak mempedulikan kaum Cina dalam soal menguatkuasakan undang-undang kerana pihak kerajaan negeri telah mengambil tindakan terhadap peniaga Cina yang melanggar undang-undang bersama-sama dengan peniaga kaum lain.
Penulis veteran Mohd Sayuti Omar turut mengulas isu yang sama dalam blognya:
“Saya nak tanya sekalian orang yang mendesak Guan Eng dan mengkritik beliau. Apakah benar Guan Eng bersikap kurang ajar dan tidak membela nasib Melayu? Saya rasa bukan saja saya, tetapi orang lain juga mahu melihat bukti-bukti apa yang dikatakan itu. Elok senaraikan apakah bentuk pengabaian terhadap orang Melayu dan jangan hanya tahu menuduh dan melolong mengatakan DAP mengabaikan Melayu.
“Kita tahun DAP memerintah Pulau Pinang belum sampai tiga tahun. Sebelum ini negeri itu diperintah orang Cina menerusi parti Gerakan. Apakah selama 35 tahun lalu nasib Pulau Pinang terbela? Dan apakah pengabaian dan pilih kasih oleh Gerakan boleh dimaafi dan diamkan saja?
“Kalau boleh untuk bersikap adil, NGO yang membantah Guan Eng kemukakan statistik mengenai kedudukan orang Melayu Pulang Pinang baik dalam pemilikan hartanah, pendapatan, pengangguran dan sebagainya. Bandingkan juga kehidupan orang Melayu semasa 35 tahun Gerakan memerintah dengan DAP yang baru dua tiga tahun ini.”
Persoalan yang ditimbulkan oleh Mohd Sayuti memang tidak mendapat perhatian media arus perdana. Dengan itu, masih ada yang percaya bulat-bulat dengan isu yang dibesar-besarkan, malah ada yang bersifat fitnah semata-mata.
Apabila Guan Eng dituduh “diktator”, ia lebih mirip kepada soal persepsi dan pandangan peribadi. Hampir semua pemimpin politik ditohmah dengan gelaran itu; biasanya apabila seseorang pemimpin menolak pandangan yang dikemukakan.
Namun jika dikaitkan dengan isu-isu semasa, tuduhan “diktator” berkait rapat dengan isu segelintir ahli politik “sahabat” Pakatan Rakyat yang gagal mendapat “habuan”. Mungkin mereka ini masih gagal memahami dan menghayati urus tadbir cekap, akauntabel dan telus (CAT) yang dibawakan oleh kerajaan negeri pimpinan Guan Eng. Mungkin mereka masih mahu mengamalkan sistem kabel politik dan kronisme yang diamalkan sebelum ini.
Pada masa yang sama, Guan Eng juga perlu lebih mendekati suara hati rakyat dengan mendengar pandangan dan pendapat rakyat prihatin yang benar-benar mahu membangunkan negeri serta membantu golongan daif. Bagi orang politik, memang mudah untuk bercakap tetapi agak sukar bagi mereka untuk meluangkan masa mendengar cadangan, pandangan dan rayuan.
Melaksanakan apa yang dikatakan itu perlukan dilakukan secara berhemah dan penuh kebijakan. sebagaimana yang Guan Eng sendiri ujarkan, “saya yakin kalau sesebuah kerajaan itu baik, itu adalah kerana kerajaan itu berani dan percaya dengan rakyat. Kalau kerajaan itu buruk, jangan persalahkan rakyat kerana rakyat tidak jahat”.Dengan itu, ramai akan menerima bahawa tohmahan “diktator, cauvinis dan berfikiran komunis” itu hanya cacian murahan yang dilafazkan dari mereka yang takut untuk menerima amalan keadilan, peluang
Saturday, February 6, 2010
There he got everything going for himself, then he got accused for sodomizing a man...well if you said he did a "Tiger Wood" I would believe it for one. But he was a potential PM (at one time) and now could have been a potential PM come GE13. Hey, it could happen if y'all come out and vote wisely by that time. There is so much to go for than to throw away his own future....so think people!
Of all the cover-ups in boleh-land, many beg for an answer and the truth and yet many escape justice right before our very eyes. Altantuya....Beng Hock....jet engine....every year AG Report on corruptions....the corrupted politicians....the list goes on and on and on. They are never charged nor justice served. Where do we go from here, people?
But, the Sodomy II has just taken centrestage yet again and along the way wasting public funds. I must say this bloke must be the MOST hated person in the eyes of the public by now. Where's the logic when "a man is supposed to get screwed in the @ss, still standing there waiting to be screwed???" If somebody comes up to me and says he wants my @ss, I WILL TELL HIM "GO FCUK YOURSELF FIRST....in your @ss!!!" That's more like it to be the answer.
So, go fcuk yourself, Sai-full-of-shit!!!
Sunday, January 10, 2010
In view of the recent horror incidents where the holy churches were fire-bombed by some fanatics from that "GOD WORD" religion, I have this picture to tell them and fellow peace-loving Malaysians....
REACH OUT TO EACH OTHER IN PEACE AND UNDERSTANDING.
P.S. Otherwise, come out and fight like a man - don't hide under the sarong nor act cowardly! DAMN.
Friday, January 8, 2010
Surely I for one think the march and protest are nonsense. STUPID.
I'm a Buddhist. I have nothing against Islam, Christianity, Hinduism. I go to a famous church in my hometown to pray, I ever pray in Hindu temple but I never set foot in mosque as in my first thought is that as a non-Muslim, I'm NOT welcome there and I'm not allowed anywhere near nor inside there!!!
In Malaysia, in particular I always believe there are plenty of fanatics that think mosque is totally only for Muslims. So I avoid to even go near one.
Like I say, I go to church and temple but that does not mean I'm losing my faith in Buddhism. In fact I pray in church occasionally. I just walk in there and say my prayers.
So, Allah or God I think it is only the language of interpreting it as I call my Chinese God "God" in my mother tongue. So what the fcuk???
I'm ashamed of the fanatics in my country that acted in such cowardice manner i.e. burning down holy churches. The present day government should take the blame for NOT doing anything in advance.
Sunday, January 3, 2010
BUT, AS USUAL THE MORONS THAT SURVIVE WITH THIS PARTY'S GENEROSITY OF GIVING CONTRACTS AND MONEY WILL COME OUT DEFENDING IT STRONGLY WITH THEIR STUPID VERSIONS (excuses) OF THE MISSING LETTERS. Read below....
No sabotage in Umno building
(NST) KUALA LUMPUR: The missing letters from the word "Umno" atop its party headquarters at the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) is a result of poor maintenance and not an act of sabotage, said Umno information chief Datuk Ahmad Maslan.
The missing letters on top of the Putra World Trade Centre.
He said the party secretariat and Putrade Property Management Sdn Bhd (Putrade), which is the management company of PWTC, had been informed of the "damage".
He added that swift action would be taken to replace the missing letters.
"I have advised Datuk Abdul Rauf Yusof and Putrade on the matter after receiving a text message from someone this morning.
"I will make sure that it will be fixed immediately."
Yesterday, blogger Ahirudin Atan of Rocky's Bru posted pictures of the Umno headquarters with only the "NO" and "UO" signs on the sides of the building.
Some claimed on the blog that it was a sign of "the end of Umno" due to the "NO" sign.
Ahmad said it was just a coincidence that the sign formed such a word.