Monday, December 21, 2009

Barack Hussein Obama Sings The National Anthem

Barack Hussein Obama Sings The National Anthem


Barack Hussein Obama Sings The National Anthem

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 02:14 PM PST

This video was inspired by the real life goof-ups of the One. No one else is making fun of him so I thought I'd do the honors. Hope you guys enjoy:


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ladies and gentleman not forgetting the Parayans of Barisan Democracy Award goes to Anwar Ibrahim

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 08:17 AM PST


Anwar and The Rogues of 1998

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Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim"To those MALAYSIAN whose support I have yet to earn," he said, "I may not have won your CONFIDENDENCE but I hear your voice


S. Augustine Paul

S. Augustine Paul
DISGRACE#02 S. Augustine Paul, currently Federal Court judge, subjected himself to be a political whore when in 1998, while being a Kuala Lumpur high court judge, participated in the political conspiracy orchestrated by then prime minister Mahathir Mohamad. He put through a show trial of then-deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim and subsequently convicted the latter of sodomy and corruption. Among his notorieties, he allowed the prosecution to change the time of offence three times when Anwar's lawyers provided the alibi.
We just don't seem to get it. The normal standards of accountability don't apply to judges. We are unable to grasp their argument that, much as it is desirable in other institutions, transparency in the judiciary will compromise its independence, a larger constitutional value. Hence, we persist with the folly of expecting judges to be swept away by the wave of transparency sensitivity in coming up with a draft that reflects a consensus among judges. As if that were not bad enough, the statement is cheeky enough to suggest that, following the example of their American counterparts, our Lordships too should be transparent about their WRITTRN JUDGMENTS so that we could point out any "unusual accretion" or "false declaration".triggered by
But when judges wrap themselves in a veil of secrecy, we have to take it that they are actually doing so for our good, so that they are not distracted by allegations of corruption against themselves.allegations

S. Augustine PaulDISGRACE#02 S. Augustine Paul, currently Federal Court judge, subjected himself to be a political whore when in 1998, while being a Kuala Lumpur high court judge, participated in the political conspiracy orchestrated by then prime minister Mahathir Mohamad. He put through a show trial of then-deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim and subsequently convicted the latter of sodomy and corruption. Among his notorieties, he allowed the prosecution to change the time of offence three times when Anwar's lawyers provided the alibi.

We just don't seem to get it. The normal standards of accountability don't apply to judges. We are unable to grasp their argument that, much as it is desirable in other institutions, transparency in the judiciary will compromise its independence, a larger constitutional value. Hence, we persist with the folly of expecting judges to be swept away by the wave of transparency sensitivity in coming up with a draft that reflects a consensus among judges. As if that were not bad enough, the statement is cheeky enough to suggest that, following the example of their American counterparts, our Lordships too should be transparent about their WRITTRN JUDGMENTS so that we could point out any "unusual accretion" or "false declaration".triggered by
But when judges wrap themselves in a veil of secrecy, we have to take it that they are actually doing so for our good, so that they are not distracted by allegations of corruption against themselves.allegations

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by Terence Netto

Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim said democracy must never translate into tyrannical rule by the majority, the "despotism of the majority" that even famous defenders of this form of government had feared it could become.

anwar receive democracy award 211209Speaking at a ceremony in Shah Alam today where he was invested with the Democracy Award for 2009 by the International Association of Political Consultants (IAPC), Anwar said despotism of the majority occurred when governments abuse power and develop dictatorial tendencies on account of numerical strength in legislatures.

In other words, the PKR de facto leader was recommending that voters should not give a two-thirds parliamentary majority to any coalition or party.

"This concentration of power inevitably leads to the abuse of legislative powers," he theorised.

Past recipients of this IAPC award were Zimbabwe's fighter for democratic rights Morgan Tsvangerai and Martin Lee of Hong Kong. IAPC is based in Washington and has over 100 members from North and Latin America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.

In inveighing against the despotism that blinkered rule by the majority could lead to, Anwar clearly had the UMNO-dominated Barisan Nasional in his crosshairs. "The UMNO-led ruling coalition, having since the nation's independence controlled the Federal Parliament with a two-thirds majority, remains unrepentant in their arrogant display of power," he said.

"Intolerant of criticism, dissent or anything seen as a stumbling block to their vested interests, they ride rough shod over the aspirations of the people by bull-dozing through oppressive laws and the Federal budget," enumerated Anwar.

Manners and Morals

Citing Thomas Jefferson's warning that democracy was "mob rule" when 51 percent of people take away the rights of 49 percent of an electorate, Anwar said this would not happen if people understood democracy as a concept that influenced the manners and morals of citizens.

He said this happened whenever "men and women who for truth and honor's sake stand fast and suffer long," quoting Ralph Waldo Emerson on what made a people great.

Anwar said for democracy to flourish, institutions that guarded its integrity like an independent judiciary, a professional police force and graft-combating agency, and an opposition that holds the powers that be to account, were vital as props.

He said in contrast to the BN government, the Pakatan Rakyat governments in four states have shown that they are willing and able to adhere to democratic norms. He hailed the PR convention last Saturday and its Common Policy Framework as "unrivalled in its articulation of the coalition's commitment to constitutional provisions and a reform agenda."

Posted by TAXIDRIVER at 7:43 AM 0 comments

S. Augustine PaulDISGRACE#02 S. Augustine Paul, currently Federal Court judge, subjected himself to be a political whore when in 1998, while being a Kuala Lumpur high court judge, participated in the political conspiracy orchestrated by then prime minister Mahathir Mohamad. He put through a show trial of then-deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim and subsequently convicted the latter of sodomy and corruption. Among his notorieties, he allowed the prosecution to change the time of offence three times when Anwar's lawyers provided the alibi.We just don't seem to get it. The normal standards of accountability don't apply to judges. We are unable to grasp their argument that, much as it is desirable in other institutions, transparency in the judiciary will compromise its independence, a larger constitutional value. Hence, we persist with the folly of expecting judges to be swept away by the wave of transparency sensitivity in coming up with a draft that reflects a consensus among judges. As if that were not bad enough, the statement is cheeky enough to suggest that, following the example of their American counterparts, our Lordships too should be transparent about their WRITTRN JUDGMENTS so that we could point out any "unusual accretion" or "false declaration".triggered byBut when judges wrap themselves in a veil of secrecy, we have to take it that they are actually doing so for our good, so that they are not distracted by allegations of corruption against themselves.allegations


ladies and gentleman not forgetting the Parayans of Barisan Democracy Award goes to Anwar Ibrahim

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 08:07 AM PST


Anwar and The Rogues of 1998

S. Augustine Paul

S. Augustine Paul
DISGRACE#02 S. Augustine Paul, currently Federal Court judge, subjected himself to be a political whore when in 1998, while being a Kuala Lumpur high court judge, participated in the political conspiracy orchestrated by then prime minister Mahathir Mohamad. He put through a show trial of then-deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim and subsequently convicted the latter of sodomy and corruption. Among his notorieties, he allowed the prosecution to change the time of offence three times when Anwar's lawyers provided the alibi.
We just don't seem to get it. The normal standards of accountability don't apply to judges. We are unable to grasp their argument that, much as it is desirable in other institutions, transparency in the judiciary will compromise its independence, a larger constitutional value. Hence, we persist with the folly of expecting judges to be swept away by the wave of transparency sensitivity in coming up with a draft that reflects a consensus among judges. As if that were not bad enough, the statement is cheeky enough to suggest that, following the example of their American counterparts, our Lordships too should be transparent about their WRITTRN JUDGMENTS so that we could point out any "unusual accretion" or "false declaration".triggered by
But when judges wrap themselves in a veil of secrecy, we have to take it that they are actually doing so for our good, so that they are not distracted by allegations of corruption against themselves.allegations

S. Augustine PaulDISGRACE#02 S. Augustine Paul, currently Federal Court judge, subjected himself to be a political whore when in 1998, while being a Kuala Lumpur high court judge, participated in the political conspiracy orchestrated by then prime minister Mahathir Mohamad. He put through a show trial of then-deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim and subsequently convicted the latter of sodomy and corruption. Among his notorieties, he allowed the prosecution to change the time of offence three times when Anwar's lawyers provided the alibi.

We just don't seem to get it. The normal standards of accountability don't apply to judges. We are unable to grasp their argument that, much as it is desirable in other institutions, transparency in the judiciary will compromise its independence, a larger constitutional value. Hence, we persist with the folly of expecting judges to be swept away by the wave of transparency sensitivity in coming up with a draft that reflects a consensus among judges. As if that were not bad enough, the statement is cheeky enough to suggest that, following the example of their American counterparts, our Lordships too should be transparent about their WRITTRN JUDGMENTS so that we could point out any "unusual accretion" or "false declaration".triggered by
But when judges wrap themselves in a veil of secrecy, we have to take it that they are actually doing so for our good, so that they are not distracted by allegations of corruption against themselves.allegations

jeffooi02-1.jpg (372×505)

by Terence Netto

Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim said democracy must never translate into tyrannical rule by the majority, the "despotism of the majority" that even famous defenders of this form of government had feared it could become.

anwar receive democracy award 211209Speaking at a ceremony in Shah Alam today where he was invested with the Democracy Award for 2009 by the International Association of Political Consultants (IAPC), Anwar said despotism of the majority occurred when governments abuse power and develop dictatorial tendencies on account of numerical strength in legislatures.

In other words, the PKR de facto leader was recommending that voters should not give a two-thirds parliamentary majority to any coalition or party.

"This concentration of power inevitably leads to the abuse of legislative powers," he theorised.

Past recipients of this IAPC award were Zimbabwe's fighter for democratic rights Morgan Tsvangerai and Martin Lee of Hong Kong. IAPC is based in Washington and has over 100 members from North and Latin America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.

In inveighing against the despotism that blinkered rule by the majority could lead to, Anwar clearly had the UMNO-dominated Barisan Nasional in his crosshairs. "The UMNO-led ruling coalition, having since the nation's independence controlled the Federal Parliament with a two-thirds majority, remains unrepentant in their arrogant display of power," he said.

"Intolerant of criticism, dissent or anything seen as a stumbling block to their vested interests, they ride rough shod over the aspirations of the people by bull-dozing through oppressive laws and the Federal budget," enumerated Anwar.

Manners and Morals

Citing Thomas Jefferson's warning that democracy was "mob rule" when 51 percent of people take away the rights of 49 percent of an electorate, Anwar said this would not happen if people understood democracy as a concept that influenced the manners and morals of citizens.

He said this happened whenever "men and women who for truth and honor's sake stand fast and suffer long," quoting Ralph Waldo Emerson on what made a people great.

Anwar said for democracy to flourish, institutions that guarded its integrity like an independent judiciary, a professional police force and graft-combating agency, and an opposition that holds the powers that be to account, were vital as props.

He said in contrast to the BN government, the Pakatan Rakyat governments in four states have shown that they are willing and able to adhere to democratic norms. He hailed the PR convention last Saturday and its Common Policy Framework as "unrivalled in its articulation of the coalition's commitment to constitutional provisions and a reform agenda."

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The Pakatan Rakyat common policy platform got substance

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 08:01 AM PST


By Sim Kwang Yang

The Pakatan Rakyat inaugural convention was finally held last week in Shah Alam with 1,500 delegates agreeing to accept their common policy framework.

I pored through their policy paper, covering four areas: 1. Transparent and Genuine Democracy; 2. Driving a High Performance, Sustainable and Equitable Economy; 3.Social justice and Human Development, 4. Federal-State Relationship and Foreign Policy.

Policy documents are by nature very boring stuff, and I endured the boredom of going through all that political rhetoric.  But the person who drafted this policy paper (Zaid Ibrahim I think) has done a good job.  He has covered most areas of nation-building, and has struck a useful balance between brevity and scope.  Still, I find the statement on foreign policy really too brief and too anaemic.

Under section four State Federal Relationship, the common policy framework has this to say:

"The Federal System

The rights of states to make decisions according to their own requirement on development strategy must be respected. The foundation of this right is an adequate financial allocation to states that is based on their contribution to the Federation and the people's needs.

Pakatan Rakyat will:

  1. Guarantee to the state governments, a royalty of 20% from petroleum income with an aim to eradicate poverty.
  2. Return part of the tax collection from each state based on an equitable distribution.
  3. Increase the capitation grants for states.

Sabah and Sarawak

The spirit of the Malaysia Agreement 1963 will form the foundation for a just relationship between the Federation and Sabah & Sarawak. By restoring the balance of power that has been concentrated with the central government, Pakatan Rakyat promises to make a fair and open assessment of the principal issues that are preventing political and socio-economic progress in both states in East Malaysia.

Pakatan Rakyat will:

Guarantee Sabah and Sarawak's wealth are enjoyed fully by their people by the provision of 20% royalty from their petroleum income.

  1. Set up a Royal Commission to find the best resolution of the immigrant issue.
  2. Guarantee the Native Customary Land Rights are not violated by any party.
  3. Stop immediately the oppression against those living in the interior areas caused by unethical economic activities."

These are pretty sound official policies and if they can implement them after taking power, they will make critical and dramatic changes to Sarawak and Sabah.  I wish there are provisions about weeding out corruption in Sarawak and Sabah though.  The corruption there is one kind one one, and deserves special mention.

By and large, the PR common policy framework is vastly different in form and substance from the ancient political statements and election manifestoes that Malaysians have been fed by the BN's 3 M –money, media, and machinery – for well over 5 decades.  It really offers us an alternative vision of how to go about building a new Malaysia.

In launching the common policy framework, Datuk Zaid Ibrahim hailed this as the movement to liberate Malaysia from 50 years of BN and UMNO misrule.

Freedom and liberation has always been the central concept in the historical evolution in the West, but somehow they have never touched our Malaysian national conversation much.

Datuk Zahid is partly right, to want to liberate Malaysia from BN misrule of five decades, but after that, when we are free from BN, what are we free to create our of the new Malaysia?

In his article in Malaysia Today entitled On the 2009 PR Resolution: new Malaysian identity emerging, Dr. Azly Rahman explored further the complex question of freedom, and suggest areas for post-modern Malaysians to explore in the new liberated Malaysia.

I doubt if many active practicing politicians would be interested in the things talked about by Zaid Ibrahim or Dr. Azly Rahman.  Politicians are interested in winning votes and winning elections only, and to do so, they love to do a lot of posturing like calling for the ban on beer sale, and arguing over canning ladies in public for drinking beer, and that sort of things.

In fact, I wonder how many of those PR members and leaders go through their new common policy framework with a comb, with a view of applying them and referring to them in future dispute over any single issue.

Again, the common policy framework is necessarily vague.  When specific issues pop up in the future, their common broad platform may not be able to help out any internal dispute among the DAP, PKR, and PAS.

Now that they are officially a political coalition, they should set up internal mechanism for them to settle these disputes instead of airing them in public.

I think any Malaysian politician is addicted to newspaper publicity as a rule.  When a mike is thrust in his face, and a question is put to him, he feels so flattered that he must give his knee jerk response, no matter how silly it is.  Sometimes, questions from the press do not deserve any answer.

Then again, there are those who say that the more important thing with the PR common policy framework is to implement the plan rather than to talk about it, especially in the PR held states.  A Gerakan nitwit even gave them one month to implement their policy to prove their sincerity.

They probably do not bother to read the document in detail.

True enough, the PR should implement those policies in the four states where they hold power.  But the full implementation of all their promises cannot be done unless they also hold power in Putrajaya.  At least, this list of their promises allows us to hold them accountable by the standards which they have set for themselves.

Well done, Pakatan rakyat.  Just stop quarrelling among yourselves in public.

End

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Pakatan Rakyat Convention - Must Watch Speeches

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 09:54 AM PST

Shamsul Iskandar from PKR Youth. -Most Entertaining Speech-




Hanna Yeoh of DAP. -Righteousness Exalts a Nation-



Tony Pua on the Economy (Part I)



Tony Pua on the Economy (Part II)



Karpal Singh. -Most Powerful Speech- (Part I)



Karpal Singh (Part II)



Karpal Singh - (Part III)In English-



Salahuddin Ayub -Corrupt to the Core-



Salahuddin Ayub (Part II)-I am Salahuddin-


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UMNO and it's Leaders are an Abomination before Allah SWT!

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 05:14 AM PST


By Admin

In Malaysia the ruling BN/Umno regime is trying very hard to show to the Muslim Ummah that it is the true champion of Islam. Unfortunately, the policies of the BN/Umno regime runs contrary to the true teachings of Islam. The sanctity and truth of Islam has been smeared by the evil and self centered agenda of Umno and it's leaders whose party and self stand in abomination before Allah SWT. Islam has been used by the Evil BN/Umno regime to cling on to power in Malaysia. Things such as BTN, NEP, ISA, Ketuanan Melayu for example run contrary to the true teachings of Islam. It's time for Umno and it's leaders to repent before it is too late. Islam provides many human rights for the individual. The following are some of these human rights that Islam protects.

The life and property of all citizens in an Islamic state are considered sacred, whether a person is Muslim or not. Islam also protects honor. So, in Islam, insulting others or making fun of them is not allowed. The Prophet Muhammad PBUH said: {Truly your blood, your property, and your honor are inviolable.}1

Racism is not allowed in Islam, for the Quran speaks of human equality in the following terms:

O mankind, We have created you from a male and a female and have made you into nations and tribes for you to know one another. Truly, the noblest of you with God is the most pious.2 Truly, God is All-Knowing, All-Aware. (Quran, 49:13)

Islam rejects certain individuals or nations being favored because of their wealth, power, or race. God created human beings as equals who are to be distinguished from each other only on the basis of their faith and piety. The Prophet Muhammad said: {O people! Your God is one and your forefather (Adam) is one. An Arab is not better than a non-Arab and a non-Arab is not better than an Arab, and a red (i.e. white tinged with red) person is not better than a black person and a black person is not better than a red person,3 except in piety.}4

One of the major problems facing mankind today is racism. The developed world can send a man to the moon but cannot stop man from hating and fighting his fellow man. Ever since the days of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH, Islam has provided a vivid example of how racism can be ended. The annual pilgrimage (Hajj) to Makkah shows the real Islamic brotherhood of all races and nations, when about two million Muslims from all over the world come to Makkah to perform the pilgrimage.

Islam is a religion of justice. God has said:

Truly God commands you to give back trusts to those to whom they are due, and when you judge between people, to judge with justice.... (Quran, 4:58)

And He has said:

...And act justly. Truly, God loves those who are just. (Quran, 49:9)

We should even be just with those who we hate, as God has said:

...And let not the hatred of others make you avoid justice. Be just: that is nearer to piety.... (Quran, 5:8)

The Prophet Muhammad PBUH said: {People, beware of injustice,5 for injustice shall be darkness on the Day of Judgment.}6

And those who have not gotten their rights (i.e. what they have a just claim to) in this life will receive them on the Day of Judgment, as the Prophet PBUH said: {On the Day of Judgment, rights will be given to those to whom they are due (and wrongs will be redressed)...}7


Funny Stuff

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 05:14 AM PST

I found these images on an Arabic blog called Heartbreak Gold. I thought they were pretty funny and so I am sharing them here. Hope you enjoy.



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BOMBA.JPA”XMAS COMES TOO EARLY FOR SOME..”

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 04:56 AM PST


6.16 pm an emergency call was made to 999 by the owner of No.19 Primrose Taman Riveria that he has a close encounter with a very deadly reptile. The reptile "a cobra" measuring around a metre in length must have just had its feed as it rushed to the No.18 house to rests at the corner.

Neighbours upon hearing of a cobra rushed out in droves and soon the numbers swelled to almost 100 persons. No matter how dangerous the cobra might be, but still people as curious as they may be are not too worried of being bitten but as long as they are well informed to tell a tale. Sounds familiar to some ,"news does travel fasts ……"

Of course the excitement of making phone calls rests to some and the answers from the operators with regards to the response team were..".They are out for dinner..They are on the way..Nobody is around …We will keep you inform"

999 being  a centralised hotline and the operator Salimah passed the line through to JPA. The above were the answers from JPA. True enough the bomba responded faster and after the incident only then did the JPA arrived ten minutes too late after the Bomba had done their days work and there was a thunderous applause. Hooray..!!

 

Phone calls were also made to both BN and DAP legislative assemblyman. YB Voon Lee Shan was quick to respond and both of them did their bests to call the authorities concerned. An incident like this can throw the whole  neighbourhood together and with 110 houses in the Primrose area in Riveria imagine what benefits it will be for a politician . Need we tell you more….

This Primrose area has seen three incidents so far with the Bees attacking the LAMPOSTS  three months ago ,dengue issue with Health authorities and Samarahan council where the whole area was intensely fogged, electricity issue very fresh with the Council,Sesco and Naim the developer. Read This( http://audie61.wordpress.com/2009/07/02/what-the-hell-is-wrong-with-our-mentalityblind-spot-and-t-a-t/

This Cobra has indeed turn up too early for XMAS but its a way for mosts of us to greet each other a Vey Merry and blessed Christmas. Thanks Bomba and JPA. However its up to the YBs concern to bring up this issue of a quick respond. The cobra was finally caught at 7.23pm.

The cobra did take an hour of our time to create and enhanced the neighbourhood to 1Primrose.Hmmmm..


Ultra Cina Pariah.— Redhuan Tee

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 04:55 AM PST


Oleh Anak Mami

Pada 70-80 an mulanya konsep memamakkan kaum india di Malaysia,.Ramai golongan India di Malaysia menganut Islam lalu dapat menikmati hak ketuanan Melayu, Redhuan Tee cuba mengunakan ideologinya memBTNkan kaum Tionghua di Malaysia, supaya tukar keturunannya masuk Melayu dan tukar Agamanya jadi Melayu Islam ( celup).

Masalahnya, Ridhuan Tee ini bermalang, dilahirkan telah ditakdir sebagai kafir, demi kesucian diri, lalu beliau memasuki Melayu Islam. Jadikan diri sebagai bangsa Islam tetapi bukan bangsa Melayu. kerana inilah belliau tidak dilahirkan sebagai seorang Melayu. Beliau cuma hendak berkelakukan dan hidup sebagi seorang Melayu atau seakan-akan Melayu tetapi bagaimanapun beliau suka menyamr sebagai Melayu, beliau tetap seorang BUKAN MELAYU. Agak malang untuk beliau.

Akibat tsunami 308, kekalahan teruk UMNO maka timbulnya kesangsian serta pecah belah di masyarakat Melayu, khasnya golongan Melayu Islam semakin menonjol diri bagai perjuang Islam dan pahlawan kentoi Islam. Namun Redhuan Tee tidak kesepian dan mengorbankan dirinya jadi buah mulut UMNO untuk mengutuk kaum masyarakat Kaum Tionghua di Malaysia.

Umno sanggup sunatkan cina Islam ini dan menyamar Melayu Islam, amat ganjil keturunan Islam ini, malah terlupa rungkusan DNAnya, sanggup melacurkan dirinya, mengadai maruahnya supaya mengutuk kaum dirinya.

Kalau lah Redhuan Tee menganggap dirinya sebagai Cina Muslim, maka amat ghaib lah tafsiran ini, dalam budaya, cara hidup yang berprinsipkan fahaman confunisim atau Buddhism, Laoism, anak cucu yang menderhakai budaya tok nenek moyang adalah dibaratkan bagai golongan yang menderhaki langit dan bumi, bagai poko yang tiada akar umbi.

Siapakah sebenarnya Ultra Kiasu ? Redhuan Tee tidak di terima oleh masyarakat kaum Tionghua di Malaysia selepas menjadi papet UMNO, Walau apa pun Redhuan kata, tapi status dia dimasyarakat kaum Tionghua tetap dijadikan sampah. Jadi backingnya cumalah bagai udara, Dengan kepentingan diri, eloklah masuk Melayu Islam, namun nampak ruang masih untuknya memanupulasikan sesuatu untuk mengkritik kaum Tionghua yang tidak menyokong BN, khasnya UMNO.

Jadi , kita tanyalah Redhuan Tee, apa kah sumbangannya terhadap masyarakat kaum Tionghua di Malaysia? Kalau tiada sumbangan,. Lalu menghentam dan menghina kaum Tionghua tiada dating apa pa faedah terhadap dirinya, Masyarakat kaum Tionghua dengan budaya 5000 tahun, falsafah hidup turun menurun yang begitu mengemparkan dunia,

Tulisannya berputar belit dan berpura-pura lebih Islam dan lebih Melayu daripada orang Melayu, beliau seolah-olah memikirkan bahawa orang Melayu tidak boleh fikir dan bodoh atau buta sekali dan menganggap beliau sebagai pahlawan baru untuk bahasa, bangsa mereka dan juga agama,

Apatah lagi kedudukan Rehduan Tee Cuma sekor kera yang lapar pisang, tersilap langkah termakan belacan, inilah show show hipokrit di tonjolkan di Malaysia,. Beliau lapar dan naik gian publisiti murah, lapar dari sudut pemerhatian oleh masyarakat Tionghua, mimpikan Melayu Islam mengagongkan dirinya. angan angan dirinya jadi idola, maka demi ini lah beliau mmerasai dirinya membantui Najib melaungkan konsep 1 Malaysia. Kalau lah tertonjolnya imej Ultra Cina Pariah atau Ultra Melayu Islam Kiasu, Ini bukan sahaja malu kan Islam, Malah malukan Melayu sekaligus.

Tulisan Ultra Cina Pariah ini memang menghasut dari penderhaka no:1 bangsa sendiri yang sudi diperalatkan oleh akhbar dan parti racist no: 1 di Malaysia, dan cuba menarik perhatian orang atasan (yang beliau tidak pernah dan tidak berani kritik) dengan mengkritik parti konco-konco Umno seolah-olah untuk mencari kenaikan jawatan yang lebih tinggi dan peluang kerjaya yang lebih cemerlang,

Ridhuan Tee dianggap sebagai pembelot dalam selimut mereka, sejarah telah membuktikan bahawa pembelot, pengkhianat bangsa sentiasa meninggalkan nama busuk yang kekal abadi ! Kejayaan kaum Tionghua di Malaysia bukan lah memerlukan tongkat seperti kaum Umno putra, Kejayaan Kaum Tionghua di Malaysia memang telah mewarni diri mereka di merata dunia walau didiskriminasi , dimarginalize tetapi kaum Tionghua semakin berjaya dalam semua bidang, mahupun dalam bidang perniagaan atau professional di dalam atau di luar Malaysia. Pada asanya Kaum Tionghua di Malaysia tidak kena mengena dengan sikap Ultra kiasu. Ini Cuma Ultra Cina Pariah – Ridhuan Tee yang ingin dapat sokongan dari Melayu Islam.

Kalau lah Rehduan Tee ingin sangat berjuang untuk UMNO atau Melayu, eloklah Rehduan Tee masuk politik dan aktif dalam politik , kkami mengalu alukan Redhuan jadilah calun untuk UMNO dalam pilihan raya ke 13 ini.

Kalaullah Redhuan Tee berani masuk gelangan dalam pilihan raya ke 13, maka tidak kurang Melayu , Cina , India dan blogger blogger cinta demokrasi , keamanan akan memburukkan nama makhluk yang bernama Redhuan Tee!! Supaya bertelanjangkan Ridhuan Tee di khalayak ramai.


F5E RM50 million engine - stealthy loss but supersonic bullsh*t

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 04:23 AM PST

Malaysiakini's headlines today blared Missing jet engine: PM promises no cover-up...!

Now, much as we Malaysians have been used to hearing of multi billion ringgit waste or going 'David Copperfield', RM50 mil most certainly isn't small lollie.

How did it happen?

Two days ago in another Mkini headline Defence Ministry to probe missing RM50 mil jet engine the Defence Minister had the bloody cheek to state "The investigations revealed RMAF's logistics system was full-proof. However, the shady activity might have been carried out staff in the lower rungs in cahoots with outsiders."

*… full-proof? Steve Gan should check his sub-editors' spelling more – 'foolproof' lah!

There are 3 issues involved here which the public needs to know:

(1) OK, what foolproof RMAF logistic system? Mana ada when a RM50 million engine walked out of the RMAF logistic depot to go samba-ing in South America? It's supersonic bullsh*t.


Then our amazing Def Min (or Daft Mini) contradicted himself by saying the armed forces had also reorganised its systems since the loss and more frequent monitoring on procedures, inventory, and control of assets had been put in place.

If the logistic system was foolproof why then the re-organization and the new process? He's really breaking the bullsh*t barrier.

(2) A theft of public property worth RM50 million has occurred. A police report had been made. When (If) the police eventually completes its investigation, criminal charges must be laid.

Therefore PM Najib had been incorrect in stating once the police authority has finalised its investigative report, it would be up to the air force and armed force's council to decide what action should be taken and against whom - see Mkini's Missing jet engine: PM promises no cover-up...!

That's like saying citizen Ahmad who was robbed will decide what criminal charges to press and against whom once the police has completed its investigation into the robbery. We are now in a spin, an aircraft spin!

In the final analysis, the theft is symptomatic of our Malaysian malaise – everyone wants to get rich, and very fast. When you see the Bali Mansion and the Klang (private, not royal) Palace, both in Selangor, and hundreds of millions if not billions ending up in individuals' pockets, it's hardly surprising that the ordinary mata mata or the RMAF airmen also want to 'emulate' those notorious examples of fast-track to wealth?

My uncle told me that once there was a Malaysian leader who promoted the concept of 'leadership by example'. I am sure the latter didn't mean this, that we live in a totally corrupt regime where everyone has an opportunity to gouge the public, like their 'leaders'.

Ok, we read of news that that police had arrested four individuals, including RMAF officers. An air force brigadier-general had to resign but with full benefits.

But where is the top leader's responsibility in this shameful loss by the RMAF, when the 2007 chief of the air force has recently been promoted to become the chief of the three services (army, navy, air force)?

This is another character of our society's illness where only the ikan bilis get the rap on the knuckles. The favoured ones (those close to the political leadership) would be teflon-ised and even promoted.

Now that same Malaysian leader also instructed us to 'Look East'. I'd certainly like to see the local leaders adopt the Japanese time-honoured ethics and etiquette of accepting responsibility for f*-ups in their organizations. Banzai!


PAS..BN ENJOY WHILE IT LASTS..!!”

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 01:53 AM PST


Joey received a call from a PAS sympathiser and the person said," Tell the BN brothers to enjoy their stay at the TOP when they still have the time and not to try and paint PAS in the bad light. I am referring to what the Chinese Press exclusive interview with PAS President Abdul Hadi Awang." Oooh alright said Joey and  we will check it up and a  number of phone call was made to relevant sources.

On the advice of our seniors in audie61 we posted this article from malaysiakini and let the reading public make their own judgements and to avoid controversies.

Top leaders of Pakatan Rakyat dismissed a news report which quoted PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang as saying that he is against the official registration of the coalition.

Instead, they suggested that Hadi may have been misquoted in an exclusive report front-paged by Chinese-language daily Sin Chew Daily.

pas seminar 071109 hadi awang"It is not the time for the three parties to register as a coalition, PAS does not want to make any rushed decision," he was quoted as saying.

"Pakatan should put the registration on hold and focus on discussing cooperation among themselves first. It need not to be a party. More importantly, we must work at arriving at a common ground and work to settle our differences."

Official news agency Bernama also carried a similar online news report quoting the PAS president.

Malaysiakini, after failing to get a response from Hadi today, spoke to his political secretary Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar, who shed light on the report.

Ahmad clarified that Hadi does not dispute Pakatan's decision to register as a coalition.

barisan rakyat pas pkr dap"He agrees to the registration. There is no issue in terms of the three parties' registration as a Pakatan Rakyat Party," said Ahmad.

He added that Hadi maybe have been referring to how the three parties could move forward as a coalition although they each have a different political ideology.

"This did not mean he wants to suspend the registration. Pakatan Rakyat's registration application has been submitted to Registrar of Societies (ROS) and is pending approval."

'No dispute'

DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang said he believes Hadi would not have made such a statement.

lim kit siang 201108"Any such statement is completely against what we have worked for. The news report is not correct," said Lim.

He also said there is no dispute because top leaders of the three parties had agreed to submit the registration application to the ROS last month.

PKR director of strategy Tian Chua said had contacted PAS leaders after reading the news report and issued a clarification.

tian chua 03 240505Chua (right) said Hadi had spoken in the context of the huge responsibility on Pakatan's shoulder – that, registered or not, the work is cut out for the coalition, including ironing out the ideology of each party.

"Hadi did not mean that Pakatan should not register. We are awaiting approval from ROS., Our focus right now is how to strengthen Pakatan," he added.


Is Najib more important than securityof Malaysia that they hold back the news UMNO will put the whole Malaysia on sale in eBay.

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 10:20 PM PST


Is Najib more important than securityof Malaysia that they hold back the news UMNO will put the whole Malaysia on sale in eBay.

We express disbelief and incredulity when the RMAF base in Sungei Besi "lost" a jet engine.

Why was this theft only divulged now, in late 2009? We are told that the loss was only discovered when the RMAF wanted to overhaul the jet engine, in 2007.

We are not talking about the run-of-the-mill c4s taken from the stationery cupboard, or the toilet rolls from housekeeping, items commonly smuggled out in a shirt-pocket or handbag.It is not something that one can load into the boot of the car and drive off with. It requires special lifting equipment.

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related article click read moresays journalist Arnaud Dubus( LinkingNajib to Altantuya "Missing"LINK BALA WAS BOUGHT FOR MILLONS

Altantuya, who suffered a gruesome death on Malaysian soil three years ago, was a former mistress to political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda, who is a close associate of Najib.In an emailed statement to The Malaysian Insider said to be from Altantuya's father, Dr Shaariibuu Setev expressed his regret that he could not be in Paris today to greet Najib because he was sick and in hospital."I had so wished to speak to Mr Najib and send him this message and to shake his hand," Shaariibuu wrote."I hope PM Mr. Najib Razak enjoys his trip to France, where a deal with a French company which his close friend Abdul Razak Baginda help broker led to the circumstances surrounding my daughter's murder," he claimed.Shaariibuu demanded Najib, who took over as prime minister in April, take full responsibility for his then 28-year-old daughter's death.He claims she had died while working as a translator in a secret deal to help the Malaysian government buy French submarines worth billions of Euros.He highlighted two reports saying that Najib's aide-de-camp, Musa Safri, had ordered two policemen to "deal with Altantuya" when she had approached her lover over her share of commissions.

We are referring to a jet engine. It is probably longer than the width of my terrace house, and as heavy, if not heavier than my car.

The jet engine was supposed to be stored at the Sungei Besi military air-base, not just in an ordinary garden shed.

were people sauntering in and out of the base, just like at my local pasar? No checks, no paperwork, no security detail? Even my mechanic, Ah Fatt, has better security when I leave my car with him, for repairs, in his zinc-shack garage.

Furthermore, the maintenance and service documents also went missing. This is a targeted attack.I would be interested to know how the safe was broken into. And, if other things from the safe were taken. Several people having the combination to the safe is like sharing a secret with one other — before long, the whole world knows about it.

But, more importantly, this jet engine could be the least of our Ministry of Defence's problems.

The other "lost" items could be more serious and potentially more damaging — like navigational systems; Or positions of our defence installations that could be used against us, or be used against our friendly neighbours. Or important classified sensitive data. Who knows?

But, I am appalled by the Defence Minister's reaction. Did he not realise the significance of his words when he said "a group of low-ranking officers were in cahoots with civilians in the well- planned theft and sale of the RM50 million engine"?

Could he be downplaying the whole debacle? Or did he take us for fools by suggesting that only "low-ranking" officials were involved? Did he also think we are easily swayed by his words that suggest the matter is being dealt with?

First, we can all breathe a sigh of relief that the motivation of these "low-ranking officers" was money.It does not bear thinking about, had the motives of these men been different, such as military might/power or replacing a government through force.

These "low-ranking" officers could have disrupted whatever stability and peace in this region rather than just disrupting the stock-keeping of the RMAF's logistics department.

Admittedly, the Armed Forces Chief had the good sense to forewarn us that the stolen jet engine was the "tip of the iceberg" and that other equipment might also be missing, since 2007. Bullets, guns, heavy weaponry, missiles, perhaps? Explosives, too? Maybe these are not all controlled and stored securely, when not in use, as we all believed. They could end up on the streets, and in the wrong hands.He then assures us with newly placed security procedures to prevent further theft, also that disciplinary action had been taken against those responsible for the missing jet engine.Undaunted, the Defence Minister says "that the ministry will take legal action at the international level to go after the company involved" in the theft.

He, too, tries to assure us that "stern action will be taken against the RMAF personnel for betraying the country", that the ministry "will come down hard on those involved", and that "the RMAF's delivery and procurement is very good and since been revamped."

Sadly, the kind words of these gentlemen offer NO real encouragement, solution or reassurance.

In fact, they give rise to even more questions.

THE VOICES FROM STREET BY TAXIDRIVER

They hold back the news because Najib is the Defence Minister at that time.

Remember, when Abu Sayaf kidnapped Malaysians and Tourist, he said we have sent forces to reinforce Sipadan but it happened again in four months later. RMAF and UMNO – they will use the government resource as thier own and even can sell of engine without bothering on audit or court martial. not take ISA against this offifer who threatens National Security? But they will arrest those who wear black t-shirts, holding candles, etc. UMNO at Work!

So far no mentioned at all at what price the engine was sold for?Hang them for treason I say..

"The loss of the jet engine by the RMAF is not acceptable".How can this happen?

And some BN ministers and PDRM idiots says those indian street protestorsand chinese reporter arrested under ISA are big threat to national security.You are absolutely right on target Mariam. Data and facts do not lie and people who look between lines will certainly undeceived.

Are you sure it WAS there in the first place? Maybe the vendor sold us the plane but the engine to another country? Highly improbable but remotely possible? No? Just joking to light up the Monday blues. Have a niceMonday Mariam. Remember we are in MAHSHITLAND

Angry! We should all be feeling very very angry.

Thieves are stealing our country, selling our country, messing up with our country.

Shouldn't we be feeling furious??

This is "Curi-Makan" culture cultivated by UMNO (especially since Mahathir), and now a truly "1-Malaysia" thing, applicable from top level of the administration down to so called low-ranking officers.

Come to think of it, a few jet fighters were reported to have crashed during practice, but did they really crashed? Has anyone seen the debris? Who knows those planes could have been sold too.

Damn! Thieves! This UMNO/BN government is full of them.

Posted by TAXIDRIVER at 9:22 PM


Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, Ahli Parlimen Bandar Tun Razak. Sila ambil perhatian!

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 10:53 AM PST


















Assalamualaikum Tan Sri.

Pagi tadi saya singgah di Pasar Pagi Jalan Jujur, Bandar Tun Razak.

Jalan kat sana dah teruk benar Tan Sri!

Dalam dok sibuk sibuk berpolitik tu, tolong tengok tengokkan juga kawasan Parlimen Tan Sri ni.

Jalan dia dah berlopak lopak dan dah nak jadi macam anak sungai.


































Peniaga peniaga kat sana minta saya tolong kabarkan pada Tan Sri.

















Bila dah di lantik mewakili rakyat, yang penting adalah menunaikan amanah dan tanggungjawab terhadap pengundi Tan Sri.

Seandainya Tan Sri lupa, ada kemungkinan di peringatkan didalam PRU ke 13 nanti.

Macam Dato Tan Chai Ho dari MCA kena dulu!

Jadi rajin rajin lah ye memantau keadaan kawasan parlimen Tan Sri!

Bukannya apa?

Sekadar tolong mengingatkan je.


The missing engine

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 11:06 PM PST


It is reported in the front page of NST today that a Brigadier General was sacked together with 40 others . NST also reported that the general may be one of the 4 identified as the main players in a case of missing jet plane engine.

However, in the same report, it is mentioned that the general retained his pension and other retirement benefits.

I rubbed my eyes as I thought they were playing tricks with my brain. How come a sacked public servant can still retain his retirement benefits? What kind of sacking is that? Is this a case of 'forced early retirement' which is totally different from being sacked. Either the report is not correct or the whole system has gone berserk.

There are so many questions here.

How on earth can an object as big as a jet engine been stolen?

GE J85 engine (pic from internet)

How on earth can this object be hidden and transported out of the country?Where are the custom officers?

How on earth a sacked civil servant still receiving pension and other benefits?

Why aren't any legal actions being taken against the culprits?

If a main player in this case can be sacked and still retain all the benefits, will it not be sending a signal to other civil servants that it is alright to have things missing under their watch? Perhaps it would encourage top civil servants to have expensive things missing under their watch so that they can receive their pension and other retirement benefits earlier than would be the case if they work till the actual retirement age. Not to mention any proceeds that may be derived from the disposal of the missing item..

Does anyone working there still have any more  sense of right and wrong?

Malaysia really Boleh!

…………

(BTW, this news has put Malaysia in International limelight. All major agencies are carrying the report. Maybe some nuts will say that we need to thank them for putting Malaysia into International news… The publicity is worth more than the 50 millions.)


Skin the MPs who do not attend.

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 09:56 PM PST

Yes, my thoughts about this matter is fairly simple. These are the people who the Rakyat has chosen to represent them. For many times MPs has taken attendance in parliament very lightly and most recently the opposition nearly got the better of them. It is simple if you are not present to cast your vote for a bill then it is an even bigger sin than not voting during the General Elections.

Imagine that a country driven by the house of parliament needs to be constantly vigilant and aware that votes carry a bigger responsibility and not just a show of hands. Civil servants where saved by a whisker of votes (3 to be exact) to pass the budget that included their pay for the entire fiscal year of 2010.

What would happen if that was not passed? Expect people resigning from the civil service in a blink and the country will then fall to turmoil. These MPs have to realize that their main responsibility is not to attend dinners and functions even if the free food is that good. Who would call them to such food fest and celebration if they did not carry out their duties anyway?

BN is obviously in deep trouble and the opposition nearly capitalized. Which in all due respect is to never underestimate the opposition. Let alone one led by Anwar who certainly knows the technicalities of parliament like the back of his bottom.


Green energy research

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 10:09 PM PST


It is high time that we look into  renewable sources of energy. It is one way to cut carbon emission and also a way to conserve our environment. It will do our economy wonders too.

Green industries will be the future engine for economic growth, like what IT has done  the last 2 decades.

For Malaysia to move up to become a higher income country, perhaps we should give incentives for the research and setting up of green industries.

Among the most important of all green industries is perhaps harnessing renewable energy sources and store them as electricity for use.

In other words, we need to look into the production of electricity using renewable sources such as wind, solar energy and water. We need to develop technology to store these energy for use too.

One source of renewable energy that is gaining importance is the wind energy.

In May last year, when I drove around South Australia near Cape Jarvis, I saw so many wind turbines along the country road that I drove. In UK, off shores wind turbines are being installed to harness wind energy to produce electricity.

This is in Wikipedia:

At the end of 2008, worldwide nameplate capacity of wind-powered generators was 121.2 gigawatts(GW).[1], which is about 1.5% of worldwide electricity usage;[1][2] and is growing rapidly, having doubled in the three years between 2005 and 2008. Several countries have achieved relatively high levels of wind power penetration, such as 19% of stationary electricity production in Denmark, 11% in Spain and Portugal, and 7% in Germany and the Republic of Ireland in 2008. As of May 2009, eighty countries around the world are using wind power on a commercial basis.

Malaysia has plenty of sunshine and winds. Wind power is plentiful during the monsoon. We should channel our resources, following the examples of small nations such as Denmark , to develop alternative energy sources usnig wind turbines and developing better Solar panels for solar energy.

We should give incentives to companies to develop this alternative energy production. Maybe it is a good idea to let smaller companies spearhead this research and production. In any case, these companies should be allowed to sell their energy directly to consumers..

One disadvantage of wind energy is that the electricity generated is non-dispatchable, meaning that the energy cannot be turned on and off on demand.

This brings us to the subject of energy storage. This is one area which has vast potential , how to store energy and convert non dispatchable energy to dispatchable..

In hindsight, we should have used part of our petrol dollar to finance all these energy research, set up energy research centres, like how SIngapore set up their biotech research, and if necessary, use the petrol money to employ world class researchers to come and perhaps lure back some of our migrated fellow Malaysians to man these research centres.

Alas, we have missed the boat. But it is still not too late to use the petrol (or natural gas ) dollar to set up these centres..


The Sun: Copenhagen, Global Warming & Blizzards – Lolwut???

Posted: 21 Dec 2009 12:11 AM PST


From The Sun (Malaysia), Monday 21 Dec 2009:

Copenhagen Global Warming Blizzard Lolwut

Global warming causes blizzards and record snowfall, therefore we must all bow before Copenhagen to stop it… Lolwut???

Oh wait, maybe it's a dig at how delegates arrived at Copenhagen as a blizzard dumped 4 inches on snow on the place (a first in 14 years).

I suspect that someone on the editorial board of The Sun is a closet skeptic. In that case, I am totally giving props to him/her/them – no mocking meant with my lolwutting!

But seriously, that record snowfall is completely in line with recent worldwide weather.

Global warming – lolwut?


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Climategate Russia

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 10:53 PM PST


First was Climategate.

Next came Climategate NZ.

Then came Climategate Darwin.

And now, here's their Russian sister via Moonbattery and Gateway Pundit:

On Tuesday, the Moscow-based Institute of Economic Analysis (IEA) issued a report claiming that the Hadley Center for Climate Change based at the headquarters of the British Meteorological Office in Exeter (Devon, England) had probably tampered with Russian-climate data.

[...]The data of stations located in areas not listed in the Hadley Climate Research Unit Temperature UK (HadCRUT) survey often does not show any substantial warming in the late 20th century and the early 21st century.

The HadCRUT database includes specific stations providing incomplete data and highlighting the global-warming process, rather than stations facilitating uninterrupted observations.

IEA analysts say climatologists use the data of stations located in large populated centers that are influenced by the urban-warming effect more frequently than the correct data of remote stations.

I predict that the revelation of outright fabrication of 'evidence of global warming' will travel all the way through the chain until the IPCC reports themselves are discredited at long last.


RPK in hiding.

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 09:42 PM PST

The many times he has been called to court and he did not turn up. What do you think happened? Obviously if one has done something wrong it would make sense to go into hiding. But a man such as RPK who many times caused controversy surrounding the Malaysian political scene has always stated his sources are true should not be hiding away. It contradicts to what he has been doing all the while.

Has RPK called it chicken? Or he has been harassed or blackmailed by someone not to reveal anymore dirty secrets? Perhaps he was playing a game that he knew would need some swift exit out of the country. Whatever it is running will not solve anything.

For all the facts that RPK has dispersed to the public he should at least be responsible to own up to whatever misinformation he has shuffled trough his nifty fingers. What is for certain is that RPK has been out of sight for a very long time now.


Sex, Lies and Excuses

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 09:25 PM PST

Yes, sex is in the deal. No I am not expensive. But if you don't come it's not my fault.

Sunday is generally a day of rest. A day to spend quality time with the family. But I have to admit that yesterday I did very little of either. Why? I was laughing so hard the whole day everyone thought I'd finally gone off the edge of the longkang.

If you've ever had any doubt that the Malaysian mainstream media is full of rubbish yesterday's New Sunday Times might have proved it true to you once and for all. The Sunday paper's front page was full of sex, lies and excuses. Let me refresh your memory by reading you the headline stories...

Sex - Yes, we're...Married

Only in Malaysia will a story about a starlet (and not a very well-known one at that) becoming someone's second wife grap a major newspaper's front page. Zizie Ezette (who gave her that name???!!! It sounds like something out of Sesame Street.) and her "Bung" (Kinabatangan member of parliament famous for his "All women leak once a month" pronouncement in Parliament) finally admitted that they are married. Yay! All smiles from the blissful couple. Meanwhile, nobody quite cared what Bung's first wife had to say about the whole circus act. But then this is Malaysia ma.

Lies - BIGGER $avings


Some people would have us believe that the impending GST (Goods & Services Tax) is good for us and will save us money!!! "Pay less for phone bills, food and beverages under GST". Yeah, sure. The lie is that they don't tell us that we shall be paying tax on more things than ever before.

Excuses - Overzealous lecturers blamed for BTN grouses.


The National Civics Bureau (BTN) chief, Ahmad Maslan blames overzealous lecturers and rebellious participants for the problems surroundingthe BTN courses which many participants and critics have labelled 'racist' and counter-productive.

"Maybe some facilitators terlepas cakap (slip of the tongue). We have 1,500 trainers, facilitators and speakers, how do I control each and everyone of them?"

Yeah sure, Ahmad Maslan. Maybe someone should fire your ass too.

NIAMAH!!!


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