Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Salah Tu, Penyapu Adalah Punca BN Kalah di Selangor

Sila baca sangkalan Dr MOhd Khir Toyo berkaitan kekalahan BN di Selangor. Di siarkan di Malaysiakini.

BACA Di Sini

Saya tidak bersetuju.

Kenapa saya kata begitu? Maaf kerana saya menulis dalam Bahasa Inggeris.

Its all come down to culture. In Dr Mohd Khir Toyo's mind, and in Selangor Govt executive council deliberations, its might be okay to give broom to their subordinates and colleagues. Well, what are they thinking?

The people of Majlis Daerah Hulu Langat are not happy much less Yang diPertua Majlis Daerah Tukiran Nail. "Rasa nak menangis", thats how they feel. Dont you feel the same? Its none of their fault in the first place. They have done their best, some even work on their off day to do their best for their state. But ratepayers dont pay, what they can do?

Most of the ratepayers in Hulu Langat District are big companies and big businesses. How many of them are residential ratepayers? When these big businesses doesnt pay, Majlis Daerah Hulu Langat would "sita" the property. So what the big businesses do? They appeal to Dr Mohd Khir Toyo's people to open it. So thing would go on as usual.

And then Selangor Govt of Mohd Khir Toyo had the temerity to embarass Majlis Daerah Hulu Langat for low collection rate?

Its about time someone publish the names of businesses who were delinquent in paying their 'cukai pintu'.

We people of Selangor sympathise with Tukiran Nail of Majlis Daerah Hulu Langat.

The Malays view that 'giving broom' as kurang sopan and penghinaan.

Do you still wonder why BN lose in Selangor?

I wrote this in Malaysiakini

Wrote this last week. Its in Malaysiakini letter section.


Exco should decide on positions, not CM
Noor Yahaya Hamzah | Apr 28, 08 3:26pm
I refer to the Malaysiakini report Penang CM unperturbed by uproar over Lee's appointment.

Its funny seeing how the Lee Kah Choon saga has been blown out of proportion. Surely this should give important lesson for the Penang government of Lim Guan Eng.

Lesson 1: Before giving a job to anyone, make sure he/she is qualified and able to do the job. I am not saying Lee Kah Choon is not qualified but qualifications don’t mean anything if he cannot do the job. On the other hand, a candidate may appear unqualified, but if he or she can get the job done, why not? Attitude is much more important.

Lesson 2: The Penang government should advertise the job first, before giving the job to some one. Just giving the job to anyone you know, whether from your camp or the opposite camp is not right. It doesn’t appear above board.

By advertising the position, the Penang government would be able to draw from a pool of qualified candidates and might be able to get the best person to do the job.

Lesson 3: Lim Guan Eng should not make decisions to give state positions in his capacity as Penang chief minister - it should be a Penang state executive council decision. The appointment of the chosen person should be above board too.

Because the rakyat appoints their representatives (ie, Penang state executive councillors) to govern the state, hence an executive appointment like the PDC chairmanpersonship should rightfully be brought before the state executive council.

We should all demand that executive appointments by all state governments and the federal government be more transparent and be advertised in the media.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

The Mabuk and Gatal Former Minister and the power of deduction.

Malaysian Bar website has this entries about the case that is fast becoming hot gossip in KL.

Amazing how we can do some creative deduction on the story and come out the likely former minister perpetrator (alleged). You know what happen next, the woman complainant would withdraw her complaint after some pressure from high above.

Let me reproduce the replies from Malaysian Bar website;


That restaurant at Brickfield would be popular from now on. Heck I dont know there is a bar/restaurant over there. Some of you might ask, " Why is a Muslim woman working at place like that?"

Well, its honest work. What can you do, its not easy to find a job that pay the bill.

written by Nik Elin Zurina Bt Nik Abdul Rashid, 23 April, 2008 at 11:49 am

5 ministers were dropped.

They were:

1) Rafidah Aziz
2) Azmi Khalid
3) Tengku Adnan
4) Radzi Sheikh Ahmad
5) Jamaluddin Jarjis

We eliminate Rafidah as the report says it was a "HIM".

We eliminate Azmi is he is not in his 50's.

We eliminate Tengku Adnan as he is not overseas now.

We eliminate Radzi as he was not at the Hotel Meridian Sentral that night getting drunk.

Now who do you think we have left?

Nik Elin Zurina Bt Nik Abdul Rashid
What are you trying to imply, Nik Elin?
written by Alex Tan Ken Seng, 23 April, 2008 at 02:35 pm

I don't get your logic Nik Elin. Your maths is too difficult. Therefore there is insufficient evidence to warrant further investigation. Case closed.

Alex Tan Ken Seng

P.S. Candidate number 5 might argue that in law "him" can also refer to "her", thus Rafidah should also be probed. Further, we haven't seen the birth certificates of the others, so we therefore cannot conclude their ages.
It looks like him, it sounds like him...
written by David Soong Tshon Li, 23 April, 2008 at 03:14 pm

...but who knows? That was a very succinct investigative report, Alex. Ever worked for the ACA? smilies/grin.gif

David Soong Tshon Li
mentally incapacitated... thats the defence
written by Nik Elin Zurina Bt Nik Abdul Rashid, 23 April, 2008 at 04:10 pm

Defence of intoxication..... too much cigars and shishah....

Wait... I forgot... there was also Dato Seri Samy Velu... he too is a former cabinet minister....

You think they will line Uncle Sam as well during the identification parade..???

Nik Elin Zurina Bt Nik Abdul Rashidsmilies/cry.gif smilies/cry.gif
Definitely not him lah !!
written by Nicole Tan Lee Koon, 23 April, 2008 at 05:11 pm

I disagree with your elimination process Nik Elin. No. 5 actually did the right thing by apologising for an incident http://raajarox.com/?p=101. This was such a noble move. I don't think he did it lah.

The Kah Choon Saga; Penang Govt Should Advertise the Job First

Its funny seeing the Kah Choon saga has been blown out of proportion. Surely this should give important lesson to Penang Govt of Lim Guan Eng. Hardly a day in the past week passed that snippets of the Kah Choon saga appear in Malaysiakini.

Lesson 1:
Before giving job to anyone, make sure he/she is qualified and be able to do the job. Hey that is basic isnt it? I am not saying Lee Kah Choon is not qualified, after all, qualification doesnt mean anything if he cannot do the job. A candidate may appear unqualified, but if he or she can get the job done, why not.
This bring back the stupid Malaysian attitude of looking at people by his or her qualification and experience. Whereas attitude is much more important.
Even Koh Tsu Koon is questioning Lee Kah Choon's experience and qualification to do the job.

Lesson 2:
Penang Govt should advertise the job first, BEFORE giving the job to anybody. Just giving the job to anyone you know, whether from your camp or opposite camp is NOT RIGHT. It doesnt appear above board.
That way Penang Govt would be able to draw from a pool of qualified candidates, and might be able to get the best person to do the job.

Lesson 3:
Lim Guan Eng SHOULD NOT make the decision to give the job in his capacity as Penang Chief Minister, it SHOULD BE Penang Govt cabinet decision. The appointment of executive should be above board too.
Because the rakyat appoint their representatives (ie Penang ADUN) to govern, hence executive appointment like PDC chairmanship should be drawn from a pool of applicant with the best possible qualification and experience.
So the best way to draw applicant from all over is by advertising the job.

We should demand executive appointments by all State Govt and Federal Govt be more transparent, ie advertised in the main media.lqxi


Get your RESUME or CV ready fellows, because we should demand all jobs should be advertised in mainstream media and publications, NOT farmed out to cronies and sedara mara!

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

The Cat that crossed the road (and got hit by a car)

He is back. But cant eat much, probably mouth still useless and sore.

Teganu Oil Royalty: Whose Decision?

Since Ahmad Said goes public asking for the Terengganu oil royalty money, the topic has become hotter. Here is PM Abdullah's reply to a question asked by journalists recently.

We all know most of the money doesnt go to the people of Terengganu, but to the cronies of PM Abdullah, ie Patrick Lim aka Patrick Badawi, sons and son inlaw, Idris Jusoh and gangs. You can see the result, Masjid Kristal, Pulau Wan Man, Monsoon Cup etc. What benefit was it for the rakyat?

There he is, telling journalists that "wang ehsan" benefits rakyat of Terengganu.
There he is pooh pooing Ahmad Said and indirectly Sultan Terengganu that the money is for the rakyat.

Ahmad Said himself said, spending 50-60 million ringgit to build road into the jungle is a waste of money, not to mention encouraging plunder of forest timber. Yes I do agree with Ahmad Said.

So PM Abdullah just dismissed off hand Ahmad Said's request for royalty money. Is that executive decision or cabinet decision? Is it legal?

Go ahead Ahmad Said, take Federal Govt and Abdullah Badawi as well as Mahathir Mohamad to court, because I believe withholding the royalty money was illegal in the first place. Sue them for the total since 2000 till now.

Terengganu people deserve it, its theirs, not Abdullah Badawi and family. The whole of Terengganu, PAS, UMNO and all are placing their hopes on you Ahmad Said.

Lee Kah Choon: Serve the Country and Rakyat, Not Your Political Boss.

I refer to this Malaysiakini report on Lee Kah Choon appointment as InvestPenang chairman.
I like this man for standing up and be counted, and serve the country and rakyat as chaiman of InvestPenang.
As they say Downunder, "Good on you, Mate"

And why would Gerakan chairman would be shocked that Kah Choon accept the job? It would be an honour to serve the country and rakyat.

And what is this, the PM doesnt like people from BN component to serve the country? Lee Kah Choon has been given the job of serving the country, even if under Pakatan Government of Penang.
What difference does it make, he serves the country nonetheless.

Good move for CM Lim Guan Eng, now everyone see that he is doing the best for the state, and appoint whoever is the best for the job, regardless of political leaning.

I dont understand what is wrong with the BN people. They farm lucrative public works to their political backers, cronies with scant regard of their ability to do the job and the most competitive price. And now they want to prevent their BN people from getting jobs in opposition states as well.

Absolute narrowmindedness.

Why dont we give Datuk Lee Kah Choon a chance, instead of "di kenakan tindakan disiplin".

He may not have experience in that field, well if he doesnt perform.. we shall replace him later.

Monday, April 21, 2008

Why dont Teganu Govt Sue Federal Govt for Past Royalty Money

gambar dirembat dari members.virtualtourist.com

I am reading with interest this report in Malaysiakini that Terengganu MB Dato Ahmad Said is asking the Federal Govt to return the management of oil royalty money fully to the state government.

Good on you Ahmad Said for having the guts to say it. Rightly, the oil royalty money is the right of Terengganu State Government, to be disbursed to the rakyat of Terengganu as they wish.

I surely agree with the Terengganu Palace that they made the right choice in appointing Dato Ahmad Said as Menteri Besar. He has balls to stand up to the Federal Government and ask what is rightly belong to the Terengganu people.

The Federal Government had no right in the first place to withhold the oil royalty, by right it should be disbursed to the Terengganu State Govt, and not converted to "Dana Khas Kerajaan Persekutuan (DKKP) atau lebih popular disebut "wang ehsan". As such, I believe under international law, Terengganu Government has the grievance to sue Federal Government for all the royalty monies due since 2000, when Federal Government started withholding the money.

Lets examine the case;
Terengganu is part of Malaysia, but before Terengganu joined the Federation, it was a sovereign state. Hence all the resources within the borders of Terengganu belongs to the rakyat of Terengganu and their head of state, the Sultan of Terengganu. IF Terengganu DID NOT joined Malaysia, like Brunei, all resources of Terengganu, oil included, would belong to the state 100%.

Now that Terengganu is part of Malaysia, and Federal Govt and Terengganu Govt made agreement that Terengganu get measly 5% royalty from their oil, Federal Govt must fulfil their promise to give the royalty money.

After all, agreement is agreement, it must be honoured. Rain or shine, whoever is in the government, Dato Seri Haji Hadi, Dato Seri Idris Jusoh or Ahmad Said. Federal Government had no right to withhold the royalty money in the first place. "Wang Ehsan" is not royalty money in any other name.

As such, the Terengganu Government still has the right to sue Federal Government the oil royalty money that has been withhold by the Federal Government since 2000.

What say you law experts out there?

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Dr Wan Azizah, Malaysia's first ethnic Chinese PM

Not that ethnicity matters. Its doesnt, arent we all the same, Malaysians.

WHy doesnt Pak Lah qualify as ethnic Chinese? After all, his grandfather came from Hainan Island in South China? Well, his grandfather married a Malay woman. And Pak Lah cultural affinity is with the Malays, and he has been practising Malay.

Doesnt Kak Wan practise Malay? Culturally, doesnt that enough to qualify as Malay? Yes through and thru. But her parentage are not Malay in any percentage. Her childrens are Malays.

This shows that the Malays are accepting people, accept people from different ethnic stock and accept them as Malays.
How to qualify as Malay? Being Muslim and practise Malay customs and culture. After one generation with one parent being Malay, you are a Malay.

Now back to the main story that Kak Wan will be the first ethnic Chinese PM of Malaysia.

Truth is, Malaysia hasnt had 100% ethnic Malay PM for years, not since the time of the late Tun Abdul Razak. This shows that Malays of Malaysia are happy to be ruled by other ethinicity, as long as they practise Malay culture and custom.
Tun Mahathir father came from Kerala.
Tun Hussein Onn stock came from Turkey
Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi stock from China.

Of the three main leaders in Pakatan, who do you think would be most acceptable as PM?

Haji Abdul HAdi Awang wouldnt be acceptable to Malaysian Chinese and other non Muslims.
Lim Kit Siang wouldnt be acceptable to the Muslims and the Malays.
And Anwar Ibrahim hasnt got a seat in Parliament yet. So he cant be a PM.

That will only leave Kak Wan...the acceptable choice for PM of Malaysia.

Funny Political Jokes

Hey guys, these are funny political jokes i would like to share. Friend forwarded thru group email.

A collection of political jokes....... .

A 72-year-old Indian politician who lost in the recent 2008 election
went to his doctor for his quarterly check-up... The doctor asked him
how he was feeling, and the 72-year-old said, "Things are great and
I've never felt better. I now have a 20 year-old bride who is pregnant
with my child. So what do you think about that Doc?"

The doctor considered his question for a minute and then began to tell a

"I have an older friend, much like you, who is an avid hunter and
never misses a season. One day he was setting off to go hunting. In a
bit of a hurry, he accidentally picked up his walking cane instead of
his gun. As he neared a lake, he came across a very large wild boar
sitting at the water's edge. He realized he'd left his gun at home and
so he couldn't shoot the magnificent creature. Out of habit he raised
his cane, aimed it at the animal as if it were his favorite hunting
rifle and went 'bang, bang'. Miraculously, two shots rang out and the
wild boar fell over dead. Now, what do you think of that?" asked the

The 72-year-old Indian politician said, "Logic would strongly suggest
that somebody else pumped a couple of rounds into that wild boar."

The doctor replied, "My point exactly."

............ ......... ......... ......... ......... ......... ...

Chua Soi Lek quit politics after his sex scandal. Since he had a
talent for pumping, he decided he will go into the petrol business.
There, he reckons he can still pump a little, and for once be paid for

As a politician, he had talent. But selling petrol wasn't something he
was trained for so sales was slow. One day, he decided to put up a
promotion to increase his sales. So, he put up a sign that read, "Free
Sex with Fill-Up."

Soon Zam pulled in, filled his tank and asked for his free sex. Doc
Chua told him to pick a number from 1 to 10. If he guessed correctly,
he would
get his free sex. Zam guessed 8, and Doc Chua said, "You were close.
The number was 7. Sorry. No sex this time."

A week later, Zam, along with his UMNO friend Khairy, pulled in for
another fill-up. Again he asked for his free sex. Doc Chua again gave
him the same story, and asked him to guess the correct number. Zam
guessed 2 this time. Doc Chua said, "Sorry, it was 3. You were close,
but no free sex this time."

As they were driving away, Khairy said to Zam, "I think that game is
rigged and he doesn't really give away free sex."

Zam replied, "No it ain't, KJ. It's not rigged at all. My wife won
twice last week."

............ ......... ......... ......... ......... ......... .........


Najib has 2 girlfriends and 2 wives. He called them:

1st girlfriend ..... baby doll
2nd girlfriend ..... Mongolian doll
1st wife.....barbie doll
2nd wife..... panadol !

............ ......... ......... ......... ......... ..

Two old retired politician

Two old retired politicians decide they are close to their last days
and decide to have a last night on the town. Chan Kong Choy was dumped
because of the Port Klang Fiasco and Samy Vellu was dumped when a
bridge collapsed, killing 100 Indians. Nothing to do, they took a lot
of drinks and ended up at the local brothel, managed by a part-time

The Madam takes one look at the two old geezers and whispers to her
Manager, "Go up to the first two bedrooms and put an inflated doll on
each bed. These two are so old and drunk, I'm not wasting two of my
girls on them. They won't know the difference."

The Manager does as he is told and the two old men go upstairs to take
care of their business.

As they are walking home, the Chan Kong Choy says, "You know, I think
my girl was dead!"

"Dead?" says Samy Vellu, "Why do you say that?"

"Well, she never moved or made a sound all the time I was loving her."

Samy Vellus says, "Could be worse - I think mine was a witch."

"A witch, why the hell would you sat that?"

"Well, I was making love to her, kissing her on the neck and I gave her
a little bite, then she farted and flew out the window, taking my teeth
with her."

............ ......... ......... ......... ......... ........

Somebody farted during the inquiry.

Inquiry officer asked Tengku Adnan first: Did you fart?

Adnan replied: You must be drunk or mad.

the officer then asked Dr Mahathir: Did you fart?

Mahathir answered: I don't remember. Anyway it's my prerogative to
fart and I don't have to answer to anybody.

He then asked Eusoff Chin: Did you fart?

Eusoff Chin answered: If anyone wants to fart, what can I do?

The officer then turned to Lingam: Did you fart?

Lingam replied: Sounds like mine, smells like mine ..........but. ...it
is not me.

............ ......... ......... ......... ......... .........

Pak Lah was seated next to a little girl on an airplane that was
leaving KLIA. He turned to her and said, "Let's talk. I've heard that
flights go quicker if you strike up a conversation with your fellow

The little girl, who had just opened her book, closed it slowly and
said to Pak Lah, "What would you like to talk about?"

"Oh, I don't know", said Pak Lah, "How about who is going to win the
next election?"

"OK", she said. "That could be an interesting topic. But let me ask
you a question first. A horse, a cow, and a deer all eat grass, the
same stuff. Yet a deer excretes little pellets, while a cow turns out
a flat patty, and a horse produces clumps of dried grass. Why do you
suppose that is?"

Pak Lah thinks about it and says, "Hmmm, I have no idea."

The little girl then asks, "Do you really feel qualified to discuss
who is going to win the next election when you don't know shit?"

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Snowy got hit by a car this morning II.

Here they are pictures of Snowy on a happier days.

Apologies, I had to make more than one entries because I can only upload 5 pictures per entry.
Now continued from previous entry.

So when I got closer to my house, I was certain that it was Snowy lying on the road, injured, got hit by a car. He looked up to me and called out. Honked loudly to get the wife and children attention and tell my wife to ring the vet. They all went out to see the at and bring him in. A couple of minutes passed before she got on and open the phone book for the vet. On a Saturday morning like this, at 715am, it is difficult to find one that is open.
The kids were crying, Melanie picked up Snowy and brought him in, he is still alive, bleeding in the mouth, and loss quite a bit of blood. I told the kids to get in the car, and we waited the few long minutes before my wife get the vet that is open. Its an after hours vet at the corner of Antigua and Disraeli Sts near town. So we all go there as fast as we could. The kids were crying all the way to the vet. And all the way back.

We bring him in, the vet put him on sedative, he is still not stable.
The prognosis: he got broken jaw, no internal bleeding, but has swollen brain.

He still call out to us.from the theatre. The vet still havent operated on him yet, because he is still not stable.

heck this is going to cost a lot of money..

stupid cat, why does he have to cross the road..

Snowy got hit by a car this morning.

He is our cat. A blue seal point cat.
I drove home from work this morning, stopped by at the supermarket to buy milk and some groceries.
When I turned in to my street, I saw him lying on the road in a distance. "That is strange, that cat look familiar, and why is it lying on the road."
Still, there was still some 50 metres to cover.

These pictures here is where the spot is that Snowy lied down, where he got hit.

Sunday, April 06, 2008

Benarkah Ini Surat Soros kepada TDMahathir?

Sorang kawan emel surat ini. Entah betul entah tidak..Kita posting sini dulu, tengok kalau ada orang menidakkannya.

Lagipun surat ni dah lebih 10 tahun dah..1997 lebihkurang -2008 sekarang. Citer lama..

Agaknya ada tak keluar dalam Malaysiakini?

The corruption of Mahathir
adapted from Bangkok Post

I have always said Dr Mahathir is a menace to his own people. Nowonly you can see the effects of his foolishness when the ringgit hashalved its value overnight and your economy goes kaput. Single handedly you have caused hardship to millions of your own people. You have built useless mega projects at tremendous cost to the country.
The telecoms tower in Kuala Lumpur and the highest building in the world show how stupid you are. Not only does it cause massive traffic jam, it has totally no purpose. If you need high ground for telecoms antennae a nearby mountain is there for free. This tower has no purpose from the ground up to 300 metres. The satelites make this totally unneccesary.
A fool and his money are soon parted. The only thing is you are the fool and the money belongs to Malaysians. You make 20% in evey project, you have real estate in Japan and billions of shares corruptly acquired. Your 3 sons are worth 8 billion US$. Where do they get this money? Of course, corruption. You are known as the Marcos of Malaysia, having enriched yourself to the tune of billions. You dare to shed crocodile tears during UMNO delegates meeting about the ills of corruption. Yet you are the most corrupt of all the prime
ministers before you. A thief is crying thief and hopes people look the other way. Who dares to say anything when the chief is caught with his hands in the candy jar?
You said wisdom is not the monopoly of the West. So is foolishness. You have more foolishness than most people would believe. Billions are used to build two high rise Petronas buildings that benefit nobody. It now stand tall, a symbol of stupidity and irresponsibility
Instead they just add on to traffic jam. What is this reclamation of 10 islands off Kedah? Totally absurb and stupid. Of course your benefit is 20%. And the bridge across from Malacca to Sumatra across international waters? Why not build a bridge to the moon? I am sure you still can get your 20%.
You called me a Moron. How can a Moron make so much money. By allowing short selling and borrowing millions of shares from your banks we fund managers made millions out of your inexperience and poor regulations. You lose all Malaysians money, therefore you are the Moron. Now you know too late and start crying over split milk. In Australia you are known as the recalcitrant ego maniac; in UK the corrupt bastard because of your stupid purchase of our movie studio
and the 290 million ringgit Lotus racing car plant and the shady Pergau dam loans from the UK. They are useless to us and you still want to buy them. What about buying British reject submarines through your agent, of course. The agent/ broker is designed to make millions out of Malaysian government. Your purchase of our battleships is at
least 50% more than others are paying. Your purchase of 9 hospitals from UK lock, stock and barrel does not support your local architects or your industry and the British send you obsolete medical equipment.

The design is atrocious, one end to the other is half a kilometer and there is no CT-scan, an absolute necessity. In the Uk your face appears in no less than 17 newspapers as a corrupt dictator. In Malaysia you are known as the (IBM) International Big Mouth. In Japan they call him the ’smallest one’ (brain size). In Pacific island the Santa Claus (giving advice left and right). In south America they call him the parrot (he talks a lot but does not know what it is about). In
Manila the living Marcos.
In Malaysia they are spending millions to lure tourists and you talk rubbish scaring every foreigner away. “When he is dumb he is doubted a fool, when he opens his mouth it removes all doubt.”
While I agree the West does not have the monopoly to wisdom, your actions are not the wisest either. Your EAEC has totally no support even in Asean. Your South-South dialogue mets with the same fate and what is this I hear of the Bridge from Malaysia to Indonesia covering 20 miles across International shipping lanes? How crazy can one get?
Even the Japanese don’t have the money. This world’s stupidity seems to be concerntrated in one man’s mind - yours.
The multimedia super corridor - MSC -. Well in USA its most stupid concept because we Americans, would have thought of it light years before. Even if it makes money, we can copy this concept can’t we? Why do you want to spend your hard-earned money doing questionable projects? It will be like the Bakun project. Abandoned fund wasted and another white elephant. I always say politicians should not be involved in business. Your ministers are also businessmen and almost
every official is enriching himself. Look at Rafidah Aziz, selling thousands of Approved Permit for cars each worth 20-30 thousand Malaysian dollars. Why not your government sell them and make the money?She has acquired millions of shares meant for bumis for free before she agrees to list them. Look at your Selangor Chief Minister collecting millions for approving high rise buildings from businessman. He is worth a few billions. Unfortunately he was caught with a few millions pocket money in Australia.Every Chief minister is awarding useless projects to his cronies then collecting secret pay
offs on the side.The Land development Boards and the Economic Development Boards are used to bailout any loses suffered by politicians.The profits they keep, the loses they force the Government bodies to absorb.How can your poor ever close the gap when every good deal is snatched by your politicians?How can your country get out of poverty if all the billions of corruption money is taken out of the country?
Look at the Sarawak Chief Minister selling billions worth of timber concessions under the table; selling every piece of state land to businessman without tender; using his own companies to obtain lucrative government contracts; selling approval signatures for a fee ‘you pay I approve’. He has 8 billion US stashes overseas. Thousands of acres of land are given to one or two companies while thousands of poor people still live in cardboard makeshift homes; have no water and shit into the river. Thousands of acres of land are sold to companies
for plantations while the native don’t have even one acre to their name. He is selling sand near the beaches to one company for earth filling and then ask the government to spend millions to protect the coastline when erosion occurs. He lost 300 millions of the Sarawak government money trying to make computer chips. He has built a port in Northern sarawak town in water so shallow it needs dredging every year.
The Prime Minister built highways without tender, your cronies get the deal and the price double. Your Langkawi airport runway is built is double the cost by your own company Ekran.
The Malaysian nation has lost at least 30 billions during your last 10 years of corrupt rule. One billions lost from the purchase of phantom skyhawk war planes nobody has ever seen (are they still in the Nevada desert USA?). 3 billion lost from the London tin scandal (you thought you could corner the London tin market without knowing the Americans have a stockpile! Stupidity at its best. 6 billion Perwaja steel mill where nobody even know where the money goes, 3 billion bank Bumiputra scandal where George Tan bribed all the bank officials to lend him the money. 6 billion forex lost by Bank Negara (the fool and his money are soon parted) and 6 billion to build three of the worlds tallest buildings (built by Japanese and Koreans and furniture imported from France - not Malaysia) and 1 billion lost from purchase of British warship including fees paid to the broker and under the table. Add the 10 billion you stole and 5 billion taken by Ministers.
In the 1997 the World Journalists meeting voted Dr Mahathir the Prime Minister of the Decade. It sounded strange to everybody until it was revealed those who voted against are threatened by IRD officers and with losing their jobs. In New York the United Nations 1997 meeting, the most corrupt Prime Minister of the decade is President Suharto and
second Dr Mahathir (Actually Dr Mahathir should take first place but bribed the Indonesian to take honour of Number One.
There are Fifty thousand of your university students are not given places in Malaysia but are good enough for places overseas resulting in billion of dollars lost.The British and the Australians are thinking how stupid.Your best students are sent overseas raising their standards while as in most countries the best are kept in local universities and the rejects sent overseas. A university student in Hong Kong is much more prestigeous than any Australian counterpart. You have been colonised by the British so long you cannot even educate
your own people. Look at Hong Kong or Singapore less than 5% study overseas. All the money saved. Your country could save billions if every student overseas is recalled to a local university, and at the same time raising your own standards.
Your people are still without shoes, without land to farm, without homes, bathing in rivers shitting in hole in the ground, without water and electricity. Your cities are concrete jungles without greenery and open spaces. Your KL is jammed with traffic. Yet you still keep on building high rises. You should come down from the clouds and stop daydreaming and firmly plant your feet in the ground. Your schools are cramped 500 students to an acre and thousands of acres are given free to some politician who leaves them idle. Your parks are being taken by politicians to build shophouses and every cabinet minister is a landgrabbing businessman who build roads only to their cronies’ land.
The Malaysians’ prayer
“Ya Allah, we thank you for your gifts of timber, oil and grain. But then the devil sent us corrupt Mahathir without a Brain And look we are back to square one again So just take Dr Mahathir back to Hell And we will be alive and well.” In China people have been shot for embezzling one thousand dollars. With 8 billions you have stolen therefore you would be shot 80 thousand times. Now you are leading an anti-corruption campaign. We all know what you should do. Look yourself in the mirror. You see the crook there? Then use your left hand and handcuff your right hand. You have put the opposition leader and his son in jail when they said in parliament you are the richest PM in the world. And his colleague Mr Karpal Singh too for 2 years. So I get a reward or bribe if I now say you are the poorest PM in this world?
Your 3 sons are sitting in the board of directors of more than 200 companies. They must have been educated in Harvard school of business and obtained distintions? Or is it “you don’t know me you don’t do business in Malaysia” law that applies. Billions of ringgit of Employee’s Provident Funds and public Petonas funds are used to bail out your sons who make losses investing in every venture you thought you could make money. How unethical and corrupt.
Every one of your politicians are sitting on the boards of tens of companies making thousands without any effort, lending their VIP names to borrow millions from local banks without collateral. Now these have become non performing loans. Now you want 20 millions Malaysian to sacrifice for the folly of ONE man? Why not the fool resign and admit he wasted and took most of the money. I could teach you how to put
your economy on tract but first you must apologize to the Jews and the Malaysian people as well.

Thursday, April 03, 2008

Akan Bengkapkah Malaysia Jika BN Tumbang?

I am reading this article by Raja Petra in Malaysia-today.net.


The prospect seems real. Its true that multinational corporations transfers money from one country to another under the guise of import export and capital investment. Profit and loss can also be transferred from one country to another, they simply do the simple trick of under invoicing and over invoicing. Who is going to question them? As long as the figures makes sense and not too big that it would arouse suspicions.

Maybank investment in Indonesia buying a bank could one of this thing, ie the powerful UMNO scion transferring their assets to a safer place.

Who owns Maybank? Malaysians supposedly, but who control Maybank? Raise these questions to every other GLC and you will make every one confused.

Wind back time 10 years, when the late Suharto fall from power. I read somewhere some time back that the CIA was monitoring a huge transfer of money out of Indonesia around that time, around USD9billion. Small wonder IDR rupiah fall like stone.

Same story with Daim Zainuddin. He has reportedly transferred over RM20billion out of the country. Small wonder we Malaysians were struggling for years since the economic slowdown 1997.

Even if BN hold us to ransom, ie " Vote us back to govern OR we will take all our money out" that shouldnt stop us from voting them out.
Enough is enough. This plundering of the country's wealth must stop.

Sure we could do the Marcos thing, but proving and getting back the nation's wealth is difficult. We cant prove it.

Our fault for voting these people in the first place.

Fitna The Movie (English)

This is the official press release of Fitna The Movie.

These scenes is from The Message, if I am not mistaken

The Message The Movie came out back in 1979 (if I am not mistaken) the director Moustafa Akkad died last year (or was it 2 years ago).

Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Minimum Wage Rise to $12 per hour

Malaysian politics still in a flux, not settle yet. The latest news is about Pakatan Rakyat. If its true tha PAS-PKR-DAP can put their heads together, and work for the sake of Malaysia instead of the narrow idealogies where they come from, that would be good.
So I support this Pakatan Rakyat thing.

I suppose before we can talk about steps and laws that would be formulated for better Malaysia, we must form the government first.

Then we can talk about such issues like minimum wage etc.

Minimum wage rise positive, but unions want more
By CLIO FRANCIS - Stuff.co.nz | Tuesday, 01 April 2008

Today sees the introduction of a new minimum wage and the abolishment of youth rates, however union officials believe that the changes are not enough to lift New Zealanders current living standards.

The April 1 change entitles all adult employees to $12 an hour and sees the end of youth rates, in favour of a new entrants minimum hourly rate of $9.60.

Green Party MP Sue Bradford - who sponsored the Minimum Wage Amendment Bill in 2007 - welcomed the abolition of youth rates, but believed that income rises were still to low.

"The fairest thing a socially responsible Government could do is to increase the minimum wage to at least $15 an hour and raise benefits to levels people can actually live on in 2008, rather than leaving people to sink deeper and deeper into debt and homelessness," the Minister said.

Council of Trade Unions president Helen Kelly said that while there was clearly more to be done to lift New Zealanders living standards, the minimum wage raise today show we are going the right way.

"Nine years through the eyes of the workers has seen steady improvements to the social wage," she said.

"The CTU wants to see more progress, with better pay for low waged workers and stronger public services, not cuts to them."

Minister of Labour Trevor Mallard today urged all employers to ensure they start paying their youth workers the new adult minimum wage providing they meet the criteria.

The Minister said that change reflected a marked increase for youth workers, with the new figure amounting to eighty percent of the minimum adult wage.

"It comes with the move to entirely scrap the youth minimum rate and replace it with a new entrants minimum hourly rate of $9.60 an hour for 16 and 17 year olds for the first 200 hours or three months they work. After this period, the 16 or 17 year old must be paid the adult minimum wage.

"From April 1, the adult minimum wage will also rise to $12 an hour, from the current $11.25 rate - meaning our government has delivered on our promise of raising the minimum wage to $12 an hour ahead of time," said the Minster.

Unite Union General Secretary Matt McCarten believes that while the wage change is a move towards a fair wage for working people, the reality is that it is still not a sustainable amount of money.

"While getting rid of youth rates and increasing the minimum wage to $12 are two important victories, we will continue to push towards a $15 minimum wage for all as our next goal," he said.

The April Fool Jokes, No its Not.

10 stories that could be April Fools... but aren't
It's here again, the day when jokers set out to make fools of the rest of us. But not every bizarre story is a hoax. Here is a round-up of some of the day's seemingly spoof news stories which are actually true (and one that isn't).

1. A new pay-per-view funeral service scheme is being launched today. The Daily Mail says the scheme at Southampton Crematorium allows mourners to grieve from home by watching proceedings online.

2. A turtle is addicted to nicotine. He became addicted after picking up the smouldering butts in his owner's garden, in Kouqian, China, and sulks if he doesn't get his fix. The Daily Express, which picked up the story from Chinese news agency Xinhua, includes a gob-smacking picture of the turtle doing a rather good impression of Dot Cotton.

3. The menopause is caused by the age-old battle between wives and mothers-in-law, reports the Times. As long as 50,000 to 300,000 years ago, competition for food in a family unit was a battle won by the younger women who fed their offspring, which led to the older women losing their ability to breed. With food hard to find, mothers-in-law tended to help rear the grandchildren rather than have more children themselves.

4. An injection that allows women bigger and better orgasms by increasing the size of the mysterious G-spot is being launched in the UK, says the Sun. The £800 collagen jab takes less than half-an-hour and is given under local anaesthetic

5. School desks and chairs are to be enlarged to meet the needs of the UK's ever-heavier schoolchildren, reports the Express. On average British children are a centimetre taller than they were 10 years ago, and there are more obese youngsters, so desks supplied to UK schools will reflect this.

6. Wind turbines or solar panels built by UK companies anywhere in the world could count towards Britain's renewable energy targets under controversial government proposals, according to the Financial times.

7. You will soon be able to have a tattoo on your teeth, reports the Sun. Steve Heward, the dentist who started the craze in the US plans to set up in Britain.

8. The traditional Chinese martial art T'ai Chi can help control diabetes, reports the Daily Mail. Apparently, researchers have found the flowing movements and deep breathing involved can result in a fall in blood sugar levels.

9. A thief has walked out of a busy Norwegian aquarium with a crocodile that was over two feet long, says the Independent.

10. Drinkers have been banned from calling barmaids "love". An outraged Daily Star says new discrimination laws mean landlords that allow punters to chat up staff could be hauled before a tribunal and face unlimited fines.

And finally, a genuine spoof. Have you heard the one about the penguins that can fly? An astonished BBC camera crew filming a colony of Adelie penguins were astonished when they did something "no other penguins can do" and took to the Antarctic skies. Go to BBC iPlayer to see the "footage".


these stories are stolen from bbc website

Penguin Flight

Here is the link.


Have fun watching the video.