Monday, December 7, 2009

New Age of Frivolism in Malaysia

New Age of Frivolism in Malaysia

New Age of Frivolism in Malaysia

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 11:22 AM PST

This is so hot and the favorite "F" word and i just have to join the fun....

The New Age of Frivolism
Frivoling the formidable factum is a faculty of the fractured fraternity of the feeble when the frivoller attempts to frivol away the fascination with the foremost fad of fantastic facts.

The far flung features of fending the fervent fanatics of facts by feigning fatigue will only feed the fastidious feral fellows, fermenting and fetch forth the faithful followers of freedom forged.

The favorite son comes forth, the faultless of fame in a faraway land of freedom where he formulates and forward faithfully without fear or favor in fidelity to his fertile fatherland where he fondly and affectionately fawn and fuss to fix and fight the farcical fascism that faze over his fatherland.

First and foremost in this new age of Frivolism that is festoon with fast fashion of fanciful facilitation, the fraudulent will fade and the faithful followers of true faith of fellowship will finish first-in.

Read the Frivoling of Teoh Beng Hock's death by the outgoing MACC Chief HERE
Read Antares "Frivolous" story HERE
Read zorro "Frivolous" take HERE and HERE

Most Macho Malaysian of The Year

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 10:10 AM PST

Nazri calls Dr M a racist for defending BTN

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 7 — Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz called Tun Dr Mahathir  Mohamad a "bloody racist" for defending the Biro Tata Negara (BTN) courses, and reasserted the Cabinet's earlier decision to overhaul the programme. 

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Posted: 07 Dec 2009 08:22 AM PST

Raja Petra KamarudinHi Pete, You have hit the jackpot in your various Yes classifications that are truly UnIslamic. In fact this is what our noble Tok Guru said when umno is the dark and vile evil syaitan as umno is the pillar of the above Yes's. One only needs to look and study these vile umno scumbag leaders, their life styles and the lifestyle of their family, friends and cronies and one will notice all the Yes's applying on them. Yet these scumbags despite the revelation of all their excesses. lust, greed and abuse of power and flamboyant display of wealth and expensive lifestyle still have the audacity to prented to pious muslims. Isn't munafiq the right word to describe these rodents who have given a bad name to our noble Prohpet's Muhammad's true compassionate and ever loving thisour noble Tok Guru said when umno is the dark and vile evil syaitan as umno is the pillar of the above Yes's. One only needs to look and study these vile umno scumbag leaders
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- A cabinet minister has called former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad a "bloody racist" and chided the Umno-owned newspaper Utusan Malaysia for its "denial sydrome."

The outburst came from Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz, according to the online newspaper Malaysian Insider.

Nazri was criticising Dr Mahathir for defending Biro Tata Negara (BTN) courses.

He reasserted the Cabinet's decision to overhaul the BTN programme, saying there was nothing to hide because "everybody knows what the BTN is."

Of Utusan Malaysia, he said its "denial syndrome" was making him laugh.

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A dictator in the real sense Dr Mahathir was not, at least not in the realm of the abovementioned gallery of villainy, but a benevolent autocrat he certainly was, marshalling and goading the Malaysian masses into great self-confidence and self-pride to take on the world while whipping everyone at home – the rogues, the whiners, the desperados, the beggars, the backstabbers, the recalcitrants, and the ingratiaters – into fighting shape. Without Dr Mahathir's prying, Malaysian politics would have degenerated into back-alley catfights of political tribalism dominated by ego-driven overlords and self-styled warlords. He still did not full succeed. If because of these aspects that deemed Dr Mahathir as a dictator, he'd probably take it with a wholesome chuckle.

Najib assumes a tad of dictatorship in the realm of Dr Mahathir's autocratic style. Malaysians, whether they like to admit it or not, need this kind of firm father figure discipline, seeing how badly behaved most of us are. We get wrecked into 6,000-odd fatal accidents annually; we refuse to follow traffic rules or switch our cell phones in theatres, or behave decently in Parliament, what with vicious and vulgar name-calling,But the the police are free to do to anything to keep najib in power?

The begining of end mahatir's legacy

The beginning of the end of mahatir 's legacy and his brand of unmo .the result of permatang puah but the final nail to its coffin yet this old man never shut his mouth.He has so much Vernon in him each time he fight is more maybe all the good ofHim has turn into this but why dsai what he did u so bad u are picking on him it looks like u have made up with Pa Dollah after the by election. U have repaid him for his royalty in you style .he cannot stand as your no, 2 when u sodomise this nation the to The maximum yet u falsely fabricated him tell the world he is a sodomiser. But now you are jealous of his raise from ashes all him. All of you wrote him off When he comes out from spending six years in prison all because of u and you're fabricated charges .you are jealous because he had created history in this country guiding the voters that unmo and partner can be thrown out u got sacred then u whispered to najib to recycle you're sodomy 2 .what happen after that is history making 2 .NOW U ARE MORE SACRED u are sending signal to PAK LAH to Makeup with him, but too late The people u sodomise for last 22years has open their eyes u cannot drug them anymoreYou're brand of racially divide and rule is finish as like u re days of ripping off this great nation ours… Now you are at dead end the person whom you forced Pak Dolah to as his deputyWas totally rejected by the voters he has became a burden to PAK DOLLAH…and you are no more in umno . all this is gods wish like you're slip off tongue a when you're are forced resign you're presidency of unmo and you're prime mastership now you are asking god to stop dsai but god is always with good people not evils like you. You said that there are others to offer better money to BNMPS.. dsai never offered money . Now I remember the guy who made peace between u and KU LI to bury his semagat46. I understand he is holding in trust you're ill-gotten wealth .are u planning to use this black money to buy over go ahead find a proxy to do this for u whatever u do it will be on dsai terms only. the thing u get is to topple the government that u left . U sees how god is playing with. I appeal to all right thinking members of house you were given the mandate by the people…It is pay time you cannot miss this great chance in history making lets not play politics of end justify the means. let us think this great nation of ours with one vision with one Malaysian race and take to great developed nation .you don't have cross over be what u are u cannot change them but u can chase them this my wish on the of our independence day.The character assassination of Mukhriz Mahathir has just begun. Every attempt will be made to deny the voice of the grassroots and kill off Mukhriz Mahathir's agenda to reform and rejuvena


Mukhriz is nothing but a sockpuppet with Mahatir's hand far up his posterior. The unimaginative sod couldn't even do any better than plagiarize Barrack Obama's campaign slogan.No more to Mahathirism! To the garbage bin with Mukhriz.If you think Rosmah is bad,wait till you meet Mukriz's wife who is well known in the upper circles as a …..another cheap attempt by umno (read Mahathir) desperado. whoever become their leader is no more relevant to the rakyat and malay in particular. umno boleh pergi jahanam….penipu bangsa, perompak kekayaan negara.I can see that Imran likes Mukriz. How do you classify Mukrix as "clean" when he goes underhand to to get business- even begs for it, Then he bites the hand that fed him. Like fathLike father like son,racist bred racist,dictator bred dictator,corruptbred corrupt.Mukhriz will be worst than his dad Racist mahathir.He will be wipe the coffer clean and the rakyat will be at his mercy.He will be no different to Robert Mugabe,Saddam Hussien,Suharto,Hitler,Jack the Ripper,Judas,Ahmad Ismail,Khir Toyo and all those whose names are written in history as the 'worst than animal'type of behaviour.Nver again must Malaysians elect such thugs to our highest office.We can be wrong once but not twice!

UMNO is Intellectually bankrupt! All they have is their own malaise to inflict the creator. This is the simple Law of Nature ,as they touch they die the same way from the inside. The root of it all is the magic word—MONEY!!These characteristics have become part and parcel of the new generation that walk the streets at all levels .One example is Saiful's own father taking his son to take an oath in a mosque immaculately dressed like it was a a graduation ceremony at an Ivy League College. What a pitiful facade for the young of the NationYou are looking at a different pot with the same taste of poisonous soup. Anything that has linkage to MM cannot be good for the Rakyat. The proofs are all written on the wall by the unrepentant,evil and recalcitrant characters of the old MM racist dictatorship. You don't have to listen to what he said, you can even smell the evilness of his every move, just to protect his smelly skeletons filled closet.

The Chinese said, "If the upper ridge of the house is not straight, the lower columns would be crooked", meaning when the elders do not set good examples, the youngs would sway and misbehave. This is the perfectly right description of Tun M for his disservice and trachery to the Malay race and country.…everybody knows Mukhriz to be a clean, level-headed, approachable and wise leader. ( did watch what said on sodamy 2 episode in the house this bastard)

I am not so sure about that. He once said it was pointless to clean up the judiciary because it doesn't benefit the Malays. This speaks volumes about the man I once respected. It's a very unwise thinking which tells us he's happy the way things are, corruption and more corruption and abuses of power. And all this in the name of the Malays. Now I hope he doesn't win or there will be very little future for the country.


Posted: 07 Dec 2009 08:53 AM PST

From: shauan123


On Dec 1, 4:53 pm, saki seto <> wrote:

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> Through these columns I intend to present a picture of the
> marginalization of the Indian poor in Malaysia and also try and put
> forth a coherent explanation of how it happened. I am going to do this
> in several parts. I am doing this to break the myth that what has
> happened to the Indian poor in the country is inevitable. That it all
> happened because they lack values, they lack religion, they watch too
> much Astro, they are basicaly violent and such other myths as our
> current day theoreticians both within the community as outside the
> community will have us believe.

> Here is the first part.

> First some basic information that will help us understand the story
> that will be presented a little better.

> Basic data of Malaysia

> Population by ethnic group Malaysia, 2010

> Total
> Malay
> Other Bumiputera
> Chinese
> Indian
> Others

> 26,784,965
> 14,749,378
> 3,197,993
> 6,520,559
> 1,969,343
> 347,692

> 100%
> 55.1%
> 12%
> 24.3%
> 7.4%
> 1.2%

> As can be seen from this data Indians form 7.4% of the total
> population of Malaysia in a census projection from the Department of
> Statistics, Government of Malaysia. The Indians are a minority group,
> a distinct minority group.

> During the period since the Independence of the per capita Gross
> Domestic Product ( GDP), an indicator of the economic progress and
> status of a country – just like your salary, rose from about RM 2500
> per year in 1960 to RM15,000 in 2008. Quite a performance. The economy
> changed from being primarily a commodity producing & agricultural
> economy (like production of rubber and palm oil) to a manufacturing
> orientated economy. See table below:

> The Indians were largely involved in the rubber plantations as tappers
> in a relatively modern form of agricultural production at the
> inception of the nation. Though it is not food, that was produced, it
> was a cash crop and it was grown – so we call it agriculture. Since
> then there has been a tremendous shift in the structure of the
> economy. The plantation economy slowly gave way to an industrial
> economy. Factories started to replace the rubber estates as the main
> feature of the economy.

> While this was happening Malaysian politics also went through
> significant change. The 4 key phases in the development of the
> politics are the period 1957 – 1969, 1969 – 1981. 1981 -2004, 2004 -
> 2008. Each of these phases is characterized by key historical
> phenomena that both chronicles what has happened in Malysian politics
> as well as explain how it all happened.

> While these were occurring, the Indian population, a minority to start
> with, coupled with the fact that they were in the lowest rung of
> Malaysian society experienced significant outward push from the
> mainstream of all these developments –economic, political and social.

> The Indians have not benefited in equal measures as the other
> communities in spite of the rapid economic development that the
> country experienced in this period. In these columns I will try to set
> out the various forms of the push out or marginalization that the
> Indian poor faced in these various phases and why this has happened.
> Essentailly we all know what has happened - but we know them as
> sporadic and separate events. What I will attempt to do is to connect
> all these events, join the dots so to speak, and draw a big picture
> for you all to see - hopefully making the truth clearer.

> But first let me start with what marginalization means:

> In sociology, marginalisation is the social process of becoming or
> being made marginal - to be sent to the fringes, out of the
> mainstream; or to confine to a lower social standing. make seem
> unimportant "the marginalization of the underclass" is a clear
> example. In its most extreme form, marginalization can exterminate
> groups.

> Many communities experience marginalization. As a result of
> marginalization, communities have lost their land, were forced into
> destitute areas, lost their traditional sources of income, and were
> excluded from the labour market. Additionally, communities have lost
> their culture and values and lost their rights in society .

> Today the Malaysian Indian community is marginalized from Malaysian
> society as a result of the development of practices, policies and
> programs that only meet the needs of the power elite but not the needs
> of the marginalized Indian poor. This marginalization is also
> significantly connected to the power elite maintaining and enforcing
> ways by which we think and talk about things. The way we have been
> conditioned by the information trickling to us, or by way people talk
> around us, we may even have difficulty acknowledging that
> marginalization has occurred to the Indian community in Malaysia.

> This is my task, to make it very clear, what has happened and why it
> has happened.

> The marginalization experienced by the Indians in Malaysia is
> multifaceted. Specifically they can be categorized into:

> 1) Economic marginalization

> To be denied opportunities for participating productively in the
> economic development of the nation. To have been pushed out of the
> mainstream of economic development.

> 2) Political marginalization

> To be denied equal opportunity to participate in the decision making
> processes relating to allocation of the national resource or the
> social and economic development of the community. Political clout
> taken away by virtue of the political processes of the country. In the
> process losing political rights as a citizen and as a minority
> community.

> 3) Social marginalization

> To be cast aside socially as the dreg with the social stereotypes as
> labourers, drunks, untrustworthy individuals, black and smelly
> fellows, dependent and always complaining to name a few of the
> stereotypes usually associated with being Indian poor in Malaysia. The
> result of all this is the blocking of the Indian poor from developing
> pride as worthy individuals, and as a community of poor being denied
> the opportunities for practicing and developing the salient culture of
> the Indians.

> I will discuss each of these aspects of marginalization in the
> subsequent parts. I will also discuss the sociological basis of all of
> this. I will try to break the stereotyped explanations offered for the
> state of the Indian community and show how through the progress of the
> development of Malaysian society, this outcome has occcurred. It has
> nothing to do with the Indianness in all of us – as current discourse
> will have us believe. It has only to do with the political economy of
> the country.

> Keep reading.

> Naragan

Hey, aneh, shaft it up your arse and keep it and your arse together in
Malaysia. We here in Singapore have had our fair share of Indians
crying buckets about discrimination against them. In truth, they are
snaky racists who do not accept Chinese majority rule and try ways and
means to increase their proportion in the population. As a result, the
number of Indians here are increasing exponentially, without any end
in sight.

Najib to reveal new MCA peace plan

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 08:51 AM PST

From: "tkw"
Date: Wed, 2 Dec 2009 13:03:07 +1100
Local: Wed, Dec 2 2009 10:03 am
Subject: Re: Najib to reveal new MCA peace plan

New plans to keep everyone happy. There will be a new programme on how to
plunder the Nation and divide the spoils to everyones' satisfaction. This
plan cannot fail. Fuck the ignorant electorate.
"saki seto" <> wrote in message

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 30 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak will reveal a new peace
plan for the crisis-ridden MCA upon his return from abroad, his deputy
has said today.

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, who met MCA leaders last night, said the new
peace plan will help the Chinese party out of the leadership crisis.

The prime minister is currently attending the Commonwealth Heads of
Government Meeting (CHOGM) 2009 in Port of Spain and is scheduled to
return tomorrow.

"I will brief him on the outcome and I saw there was a strong
commitment from almost all the (MCA) leaders that I met to resolve the
political crisis," Muhyiddin told a press conference here.

"I made some proposals and almost everything was accepted, but
whatever it is, the final decision will be announced after the prime
minister has studied the plan," he added.

Last night senior MCA leaders met Muhyiddin for almost three hours at
his private residence to draw up a new peace plan.

Present were MCA deputy president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek,
secretary-general Datuk Wong Foon Meng, and all four vice-presidents
Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha, Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen, Tan Kok Hong and
Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat did not attend the meeting as he
was unwell.

Last week, Muhyiddin was tasked by prime minister to find a solution
to the MCA crisis.

Muhyiddin had said that he would make, finding a solution to the MCA
crisis, part of his key performance index (KPI) and hoped that he
could find a solution to resolve the crisis by the end of this month.

The MCA crisis has become a major concern for the Barisan Nasional
(BN) leadership as it fears the problem could jeopardise Chinese
support for the ruling coalition.

MCA plunged deeper into a leadership crisis after the Oct 10
extraordinary general meeting (EGM) which later saw it split into two
major factions — one headed by Ong and the other led by Liow — after
Ong and Dr Chua reconciled.

The situation worsened after Ong sacked Wanita chief Datin Paduka Chew
Mei Fun and Youth chief Datuk Wee Ka Siong from the presidential

Liow's faction, at a gathering last Saturday, had passed the
declaration, called "Declaration 1128", pushing for the party
leadership to hold a fresh election at the central committee level
within 60 days.

The declaration was dismissed by Ong, who argued that it needs to be
supported by the majority of the central committee members.

All rich non Malays beware

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 08:47 AM PST

From: "Samsuddin"
Subject: Re: All rich Chinese or non Malays beware

You are indeed a despicable pig for telling such lies about my ethnicity.
"Allah , your only god Allah , you are only allowed to have me as your only
God , you are only authorised to have Allah as your only God ."
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Sam Suddin is a Chink

> It is possible on your death, there may appear two Muslims who will be
> willing to swear that you have converted to Islam and thus your wealth
> will
> be taken over by the Sharia Court since you will not be able to object or
> challenge the truth of the statement since you are dead. The fact that you
> may still be taking pork before your last breath and doing everything you
> are not suppose to do is immaterial and irrevelant. A non Muslim's
> testimony in a Sharia Court is worthless against the testimony of a
> Muslim.
> Can anyone declare that Muslims never lie and believe the statement?

Najib and Altantuya - new confessions by PI

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 08:36 AM PST

Mongolian c-unt taste better than Malay ones.
Najib should know better.

From: "tkw"
Date: Thu, 3 Dec 2009 13:17:35 +1100
Local: Thurs, Dec 3 2009 10:17 am
Subject: Re: Najib and Altantuya - new confessions by PI

I thought Shaariibuu had withdrawn the suit against Najib. There is every
likelihood the case will be thrown out of the Malaysian court if it ever is
heard in Malaysia and if even so it may take a century before court
appearances take place.
The other alternative is to charge him at the International Court in Dhaig.
Of course Najib may just refuse to appear for the trial. Ini sangat susah.
Kapal tolong lah jangan lagi taroh.
It is the job of the police to take up the case in the public interest and
thus allow Najib to clear his name if he is not guilty. If Rosmah need to be
charged, so be it. Justice must be seen to be done. Rosmah will have a
chance to clear her name too. What is so frightening for both of them?

"saki seto" <> wrote in message

> Najib, bro must come clean on PI's allegations - Malaysiakini
> Karpal Singh has called on Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and his
> younger brother Nazim to set the record straight with regards to the
> recent revelations related to private investigator P Balasubramaniam.

> "The allegations are serious in nature and should be answered. Najib
> must answer. His silence would be seen as an admission of guilt," the
> senior lawyer said.

> Karpal, who is also DAP national chairperson, had previously
> represented Shaariibuu Setev, the father of slain Mongolian national
> Altantuya.

> Last week, Ipoh Timur MP Lim Kit Siang, said Najib should stop
> ignoring the allegations of his involvement in the gruesome murder.

> In interviews appearing on the internet, Balasubramaniam maintained
> that his first statutory declaration, which implicated the premier,
> was correct.

> Malaysiakini had also published an interview with his lawyer, Americk
> Singh Sidhu.

> 'Push for criminal defamation'

> Meanwhile, Karpal said Nazim should "push for criminal defamation"
> against the private investigator if the allegations were untrue.

> "It should not be let off silently. Questions have been raised and
> they should be answered," he added.

> Describing the latest turn of events as "very disturbing", Karpal said
> he also regretted that a molotov cocktail was thrown into lawyer
> Manjeet Singh Dhillon's home on Nov 18.

> Manjeet, a former Bar Council chairperson, was the other lawyer
> besides Americk who witnessed Balasubramaniam's tape interviews.

> Karpal said if the premier and his brother do not clear the air, the
> allegations would continue to linger on.

> Similarly, he said to one Deepak who had also been quoted by
> Balasubramaniam, must also come out to clarify his position.

> Asked if he had informed Shaariibuu of the latest development, Karpal
> said he had not and would consider the matter in entirety first,
> before informing his client.

> Shaariibuu had filed a RM100 million suit on June 4, 2007, seeking
> damages over his daughter's death.

> In the statement of claim, the family said her death had caused them
> mental shock and psychological trauma, entitling them to be
> compensated with exemplary and aggravated damages.

The borrowed success of Singapore

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 08:00 AM PST

By Chen Jiaqi

I met up with some old classmates several times since my university graduation, and discovered that over half of my Form V classmates had gone to study, work, or even settle down in Singapore.

I knew many of the top talents from my school ended up in Singapore, but I was not aware that the number could be so big.

Those secondary school classmates of mine were among the most brilliant in school, and Singapore was more than happy to bring these independent Chinese secondary school students there so that they could get the opportunity to advance their ambitions.

Still on my internship at a government hospital here, I had a mixed bag of feelings, and to my own disbelief, I joined their rank several years later.

Only a few days in Singapore, I was told by my superior that there were plenty of my compatriots around me.

Indeed, beginning with my colleagues and looking upward level by level, I found that many of my highest level superiors were Malaysians.

They were doing their work conscientiously and had contributed significantly towards the success of the tiny city-state.

I suddenly had that feeling of pride that Singapore owed much of its success to the contributions made by Malaysian citizens.

I was told by colleagues that Malaysian talents were the most sought after in Singapore. Due to cultural and geographical proximity, we are actually that group of foreigners who can best assimilate themselves into the Singapore society.

This can't be more true, as the two countries were forced apart by nothing but politics!

Due to the nature of my job, I came to know many patients. Singapore is a multicultural, more so a multinational country. To these migrant workers, fundamental communication is never a roblem: Chinese Malaysians are well versed in three languages plus an array of Chinese dialects.

Not all Singaporean doctors have this linguistic gift! Due to their educational system, the younger generation of Singaporeans are proficient in English, mediocre only in Chinese. For Malay  anguage, they are largely outsiders; as for Chinese dialects, that will have to depend on whether their gandpas and grannies are still around.

As such, young Singaporean doctors face communciation problems when they encounter aged patients, resorting to hand language at times just to get their messages across.

To Singapore, Malaysian talents are what they are most avid to tout for.

Singapore's meritocratic system knows no skin colours. But if it does, I could have bagged in more perks.

I later decided to return to my country. Many have asked me why I wanted to come back to Malaysia, which is filthy, messy, hard to make a good living, and plagued with partial government policies.

Why did I make such an unnatural decision? Perhaps the answer would be revealed in time to come, I was thinking.

The more successful Singapore has become, the more I feel proud of my Malaysian compatriots who have crossed the Causeway to serve in the Lion City.

But sometimes I would have this perverted idea: You Singaporeans need to be grateful to us, the "Made in Malaysia" yet forsaken lot, for what you have achieved!

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A comments on Racial politics and Brain Drain

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 08:00 AM PST

by StraightTalking

May I too, share my thoughts with you on this issue? A consequence of our brain drain is financial drain.
Next year, 2010, our population is forecasted to reach 29,000,000. Let's see how this relates to our financial drain. So, let's start with our population.

Of this 29 million, 63% are between 15 and 64 years of age. The rest are the young and the old.

So, we are looking at maybe 18 million employable Malaysians. If we think of them as our "potential work force", then, in general, 15 would be too young, and 64 would be too old. Of course we will have people like Mahathir who will work until 100 or my 56 years old friend who never work a day in his life.

So, let's be realistic. Say, we take out those 18 and below as well as those 60 and above. Agreed? Now, let's assume a percentage, say, 15% of the 18 million is either too young or too old. That gives us a net change of roughly 15 million, slogging it out, eight hours daily.

But wait. Not all will have jobs. Let's face it, that's a fact. We have a 3.30% unemployment rate in Malaysia accurate as at 17 September 2009. So we need to adjust some more. Of the 15 million "work force", roughly 450,000 are, at this instant, either lepakking with girlfriend or boyfriend, or tearing down the streets on their kapchai doing a wheelie, or watching TV at home with their kids, parents, and grandparents. Some will be busy robbing a bank somewhere or snatching a handbag from some poor lady. Of course, some will go back to school after seeing the realities of life when they read the words "We regret to inform you that you are not suitable" after trying to get a bank job for the 100th time.

So in reality, roughly 14 something million are out there slogging it out. This is our labor force. This is the group who are literally putting food on the table for themselves and their 15 million dependents. These are the "heroes". So for every one person with an income, at least one does not.

let's move on.

Who are these "heroes", and how does our government benefit from this group of "heroes"? Let's take a closer look. Of course we'll have to make some educated assumptions along the way. First, we'll separate our "heroes" into two racial groups-Malays and non-Malays. Official population estimates for 2010 are given as follows:

Of the 29 million population, 67% will be Malays and 33% others. Never mind who the "others" are. So we'll use this as a computation factor, which means out of the 14 million "heroes", about 9.4 million are Malays and the "others" about 4.6 million. So how does our government benefit from these "heroes"? Income Tax. Tax is big money. Like they say, two things in life you can never escape from – death and income tax! But not all of these "heroes" pay tax because some will be government servants, some are wealthy hawkers pretending to be poor, some will be working in factories, supermarkets, hypermarkets, shopping malls, restaurants and bars, hotels, while many white and blue collar workers (I guarantee you there are many), make less than 3,000 per month so they don't pay tax. Let's further assume that at least three-quarters never paid a sen in their lives and probably never will. So that leaves 2.3 million Malays and 1.1 million non-Malays contributing towards income tax and therefore, our economy. This group is the "super heroes" because they pay tax AND support their dependents.

Before we go on, let's recall what Mahathir said. He said that 90% of the taxes are paid by non-Malays. Okay, that being so, it will be the basis of our assumptions. Let us pluck a figure off our IRB, say 2001. Tax collected was RM41.7 billion of which RM8.3 billion were from individuals. Let's forget about corporate tax and focus only on the individual. If RM8.3 billion were collected from individuals and 90% were from the non-Malays, we're looking at roughly RM7.5 billion contributed by non-Malays. So, 1.1 million non-Malays were in fact quietly putting RM7.5 billion back into the economy while 2.3 million Malays contributed a mere RM0.8 billion. RM7.5 billion is not exactly loose change.

Let's get back to this migration issue. At the rate of 300,000 saying sayonara yearly, three years from now, all the 1.1 million skilled non-Malays would have left the country. The RM7.5 billion becomes zero.

So what? They will be replaced by the Malays. Really? Think again. Do we really have the brains and skills to replace them 100%? Let's be honest, it is no mystery that our educational institutions are actually a load of crap. Year in year out we read of 10As, 12As, 13As! We have, in case you don't know, a Malay girl who (no disrespect intended) a few years ago, was the pride of the country when she scored 17As in her SPM. 17As!! This was, and still is, the highest number of straight As ever attained in the history of Malaysia. She must be an exceptionally brilliant scholar! She was promptly given a big government scholarship and sent to the UK to study medicine, and you know what? She flunked her second year and became the joke at the university! THIS is the kind of scholars we have! You think these foreign investors are stupid or what? Our so-called graduates can't even communicate in English, for crying out loud! The World Bank recently said that only one quarter of our work force, i.e. our "super heroes", are truly skilled workers. No reward for the guessing who this one quarter is.

These 1.1 million non-Malays are obviously highly sought-after skilled people who speak and write good English, Bahasa and/or some other foreign languages, and are either employed as professionals or in management and cannot be replaced, for obvious reasons, by the Malays. They are like proteins feeding our nation's economy. If they leave, so will the factories and the institutional investors. Existing and potential FDIs will review their profit opportunities and competitiveness when they find our human resources missing. The end game would be billions of ringgit more missing from the economy. The world of business is very harsh and unforgiving and it is not uncommon in the corporate world to hear this, "You fug up and you're history". If we lose our brains, we lose our competitive edge. It is that simple.

So, for those who say, "If you don't like it here you can leave"! Those are very reckless statements made by very irresponsible leaders. A country's economy is a very serious matter and sending out the wrong message can cause our economy to collapse big time. 29 million is a lot of mouths to feed. This migration issue is more than just about unhappy Malaysians leaving as it involves the migration of both skills and funds. Immediate attention must be given to review and revise political, social, as well as economic policies to prevent this dangerous trend. One observer rightly pointed out when he said, "This is not migrating; this is fleeing!"

This human resource exodus, if left unresolved, will be a tragedy far worse than May 13.

Posted in Alternatives, Politics Tagged: Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia, Malaysia Politics, socio-economic

Penang Chief Minister: Singapore will collapse without Malaysians!

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 08:00 AM PST

The Temasek Review

Speaking to reporters last night at a DAP function in Selangor, Penang Chief Minister Lim

Guan Eng said jokingly that all the Malaysian government needs to do to "sabotage" Singapore is to entice the Malaysians working in Singapore back to Malaysia.

Lim lashed out at the Barisan government for not treasuring and utilizing the talents of Malaysians fully leading to a brain drain especially to its rival Singapore.

Since Singapore separated from Malaysia in 1965, it has adopted an open door policy towards Malaysians. Many Malaysian Chinese, who faced discrimination back in their homelands, flocked to Singapore to study and work, eventually taking up Singapore citizenship.

Many of the first generation leaders of Singapore are born in Malaysia, including the PAP

Old guards Goh Keng Swee, Toh Chin Chye and S Rajaratnam.

Lim related his experience on his recent trip to Singapore:

"In some public hospitals, 40 per cent of the doctors are Malaysians, including some top specialists. Can you imagine what will happen if they were to return and work in Malaysia? Singapore will collapse almost immediately!" he said.

The Malaysians form the largest percentage of Singapore's immigrants in the 1970s and 1980s. As they are culturally and linguistically close to Singaporeans, they encounter few problems in integrating into Singapore society.

In a desperate bid to boost Singapore's flagging population through immigration, the government has been encouraging foreigners to work and settle in Singapore, with China and India providing a substantial proportion of the newcomers.

Though the mainland Chinese are ethnically related to Singapore Chinese, they are worlds

apart in terms of mindset, culture and even language.

Singapore Chinese are mostly descendents of immigrants from the southern Chinese provinces of Fujian, Guangdong and Hainan while the new Chinese immigrants are from the inland  ovinces like Hunan, Henan, Hubei, Liaoning, Sichuan and Yunnan.

They speak mandarin in a different accent and they do not understand the dialects commonly  spoken in Singapore such as Hokkien, Teochew and Cantonese.

While Singapore Chinese are educated in English medium schools and are exposed to western influences, the mainland Chinese are largely sino-centric in their outlook of the world. As such, they are unable to mingle around with the locals leading to the occurrence of ethnic enclaves in the HDB heartland.

The Singapore government has announced a generous $10 million community fund to help the newcomers integrate including providing free language courses for them, but it will not resolve the root cause of the problem which lies in the immigrants we are attracting in the first place.

Posted in Alternatives, Politics Tagged: Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia, Malaysia Politics, socio-economic

Mahathir - The Bloody Racist!

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 10:59 AM PST

Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz has called Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad a "bloody racist" for defending the Biro Tata Negara (BTN) courses, and reasserted the Cabinet's earlier decision to overhaul the programme.

Nazri pointed out to reporters in Parliament today that patriotism was not meant only for the Malays but for all Malaysians.

"You must be a Malaysian whether you're a minister or not. You must walk your talk. Don't just because when you were PM, you wanted everyone to support you, you're Malaysian and the moment you're no longer PM, that's it, only talk about the Malays so I cannot accept his comment. When you read his blog it is bloody Racist.

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Menteri Di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Nazri Mengakui BTN Itu Mengandungi Unsul Perkauman!!!

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 06:23 AM PST

"Do they want to say that Malaysia belongs only to the Malays and the government is only a Malay government? Should only the Malays be given the spirit of patriotism? Other races are not patriotic about their country? So I want them to point out to me where is it that I've gone wrong If I disagree with the past syllabus," he added.....

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The Malaysian Insider:

Nazri calls Dr M a racist for defending BTN

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 7 — Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz has called Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad a "bloody racist" for defending the Biro Tata Negara (BTN) courses, and reasserted the Cabinet's earlier decision to overhaul the programme.

Nazri pointed out to reporters in Parliament today that patriotism was not meant only for the Malays but for all Malaysians.

"You must be a Malaysian whether you're a minister or not. You must walk your talk. Don't just because when you were PM, you wanted everyone to support you, you're Malaysian and the moment you're no longer PM, that's it, only talk about the Malays so I cannot accept his comment. When you read his blog it is bloody racist.

"I strongly feel the BTN courses must be in line with the 1 Malaysia slogan by the PM," he said.

Dr Mahathir had said yesterday that there was no need to revamp BTN's training modules in the current form and that it was suitable for instilling the patriotic spirit among Malaysians.

Nazri also slammed Umno's Utusan Malaysia newspaper today, saying its "denial syndrome is making me laugh." The minister in the prime minister's department repeated his stand that "everybody knows what the BTN is," so there was nothing to hide.

"I just want them to know, they should not go on a denial syndrome because their syllabus is known to everybody. Don't think that people outside do not know about the syllabus based on patriotism for Malays. I just want to remind them that among those in the opposition, Hasan Ali was a former deputy director of BTN and Sungai Petani MP Johari Abdul was a BTN former director and Anwar Ibrahim's father in law was involved with the BTN.

"They all know what the syllabus is all about so who are we to say that it did not happen? You want to lie? You make people laugh. I mean there are people who attended the courses who came out very angry. There were many instances of the use of words like Ketuanan Melayu (Malay supremacy). It is ridiculous so I want them to tell me where did I go wrong in supporting the revamping of the BTN syllabus. Tell me where I went wrong?" he asked.

Nazri stressed that BTN was funded by public money and that the funds should be spent properly for the betterment of all communities.

"The BTN's allocation is mentioned in the PM's department's budget. So it's public money. So if it's public money then we need to ensure that it is spent properly, not to have courses only to concentrate on one community in the country.

"You talk about patriotism, love for the country. Patriotism is for all Malaysians regardless of race. Therefore, the money spent on BTN to have courses must reflect the 1Malaysia slogan by the PM. It should not only be to raise patriotism among the Malays. Malaysia is for all races so I disagree with any syllabus which only concentrates on patriotism just on one community, I disagree. If they have a problem with that, I want to know what is their problem," he said.

Nazri questioned if Utusan Malaysia, which has been at the forefront of defending BTN courses, believes that Malaysia belongs only to the Malay community.

"Do they want to say that Malaysia belongs only to the Malays and the government is only a Malay government? Should only the Malays be given the spirit of patriotism? Other races are not patriotic about their country? So I want them to point out to me where is it that I've gone wrong If I disagree with the past syllabus," he added.

Nazri also denied the claim made by Utusan that it was only him who wanted BTN to be revamped and not the Cabinet.

"The moment PM took over, when he introduced the 1 Malaysia slogan. It was soon after that because courses run by BTN using public funds must be used properly and it amounts to millions so if you want to talk about patriotism, patriotism for all, not just the Malays, for all Malaysians. It's not because of the Selangor state government that we changed the syllabus so it's long before that," he said.

Nazri also questioned Utusan for deceiving Malaysians on BTN.

"You tell me, can I lie? I can't. They must use their head lah. If they want to deny and all that. If the other side they do not know, it's different but all these people were involved with BTN before. They were facilitators and directors so they know what's going on.

"Come on lah, please, this is not 1961 or the 1970s. Information is freely available. I want them to get out of the denial syndrome, admit it and that's in line with the PM's slogan so why shouldn't we change?" he asked.

The PR-led Selangor government recently imposed a ban on its civil servants and students within its state-run educational institutions from attending BTN courses, while Penang — another PR- governed state — is said to be considering similar action.

But the hawks in Umno, through Malay-based dailies like Berita Harian and Utusan Malaysia, have moved to defend BTN and attacked its critics as "traitors" who are trying to politicise the issue.

Utusan yesterday urged the government not to "bow down" to the opposition on BTN and said that it was Nazri who wanted the programme to be revamped even though the move was decided by the Cabinet.

The Star:

Nazri slams Dr M over BTN course revamp

KUALA LUMPUR: Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz has described Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as a racist for saying that there was no need to revamp the current National Civics Bureau (BTN) training modules.

"There are many instances of those who have come away from the course being angry as they felt words like 'Ketuanan Melayu' are ridiculous," said Nazri, who stood firm with the Cabinet's decision to overhaul the programme.

"I agree with Dr Mahathir's sentiments about patriotism but not just for the Malays. When he was Prime Minister, he called for everyone to think as Malaysians. Now, that he is no longer Prime Minister, he's asking for everyone to think otherwise," he said at the Parliament lobby on Monday.

Nazri said he disagreed with any syllabus that concentrated on one community only.

"If the Opposition has a problem with the revamp, I want to know what it is. Do they want to say that Malaysia belongs to the Malays? I want them to point out to me where have I gone wrong," he added.

Nazri also refuted a commentary in a Malay daily, which suggested that the BTN curriculum overhaul was his idea.

"It is a Cabinet decision. The decision to revamp the course came up shortly after Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced the 1Malaysia concept," he added.

In Cyberjaya, Dr Mahathir described criticisms levelled against the BTN modules as "mere exaggeration".

He said the BTN courses had been around for more than 20 years and there had been no complaints from those who had attended the courses.

"In fact, the participants have always found the courses useful because we try to teach civil servants new cultures and new values. This is because the culture and value system that was in place then was not conducive to success.

"Therefore, if they want to serve the Government well, they must practice and accept certain value system like being more disciplined, honest and not corrupt. I don't see what is wrong with that," he said on Monday.

Dr Mahathir had earlier said that there was no need to revamp the BTN training modules as they were fine in instilling the patriotic spirit among Malaysians.

The BTN module came into spotlight when Selangor recently prohibited state civil servants and students of higher learning institutions owned by the state from attending the courses, claiming that they were an indoctrination process by the Barisan Nasional government and aimed at brainwashing Malaysians to hate Opposition parties.

Dr Mahathir said that during the BTN courses, when history of Malaysia was discussed, it would be mentioned that the country was once called Tanah Melayu.

"Now it is Malaysia because we have people who have come to settle down here. That is fact of history. You can't deny facts and history. But if we can't even mention that, then we are denying history," he told reporters.

Dr M a 'bloody racist,' says Nazri

KUALA LUMPUR: A cabinet minister has called former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad a "bloody racist" and chided the Umno-owned newspaper Utusan Malaysia for its "denial sydrome."

The outburst came from Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz, according to the online newspaper Malaysian Insider.

Nazri was criticising Dr Mahathir for defending Biro Tata Negara (BTN) courses.

He reasserted the Cabinet's decision to overhaul the BTN programme, saying there was nothing to hide because "everybody knows what the BTN is."

Of Utusan Malaysia, he said its "denial syndrome" was making him laugh.

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Posted: 07 Dec 2009 05:19 AM PST

audie61 received a number of smses on " Too Afraid To Step Down " and one in particular which says," in Politics muscle will get you around eventhough its not so openly in Malaysia. in other Asian countries its the norm. " There is also one which refers back to PBDS and PRS factional infighting days which security was stepped up especially during meetings,seminars and conferences and this I only know to well. Nothing is taken to chance and all measures are taken to avoid untowards and unwanted incidents.

There is also an sms which asked us to check up and to reposts the article.  We thank our readers for sending us smses to keep us in check and there are times like these where every up to date information are vital to keep us on our toes. Not to say we are losing momentum but every news worth reporting will give us the EDGE and AHEAD to serve you all better..Terima Kasih..

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Those who think that the Dec 5 MCA AGM was postponed as part of the PM-brokered peace accord is as wrong as those who thought Ong Tee Keat and Chua Soi Lek could never work together.


By I Love Malaysia

The fact is neither Ong Tee Keat nor Chua Soi Lek met the PM who had returned to Malaysia (after a week-long overseas tour of duty), 16 hours before the MCA Central Committee met and decided to postpone the AGM date. Besides, OTK was too busy shuttling between Hospital Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and his home to nurse his stomach ailment, sustained from stress and irregular dietary pattern during Malaysia's intense campaigning for a seat in the International Maritime Organisation in London recently.

Besides, those who thought Ong Tee Keat care about Umno must have forgotten how he took on powerful forces in PKFZ which has enrichened some of the most powerful Malays of this millennium.

The fact was, it was all systems go for the meeting, and the party CC took the drastic decision to postpone the meeting 48 hours before the AGM was due. The Special Branch and millitary intelligence have reverted to PM Najib asd his cousin Hishammuddin Hussein that certain quarters had planned to create chaos on Dec 5.

This message was confirmed and re-communicated by PM and DPM to MCA secretary-general Wong Foon Meng at the Bunga Raya Complex in KLIA the night before the CC meeting ( Wong immeidately rushed to relay the message to OTK.

OTK was informed that the "Wah Kee" triad members from Pahang, Selangor and Perak had been mobilised to stir trouble on AGM Day, in the presence of Najib, the DPM and BN component leaders as well as representatives from the Chinese community. The booing and jeering would begin as soon as OTK stepped into Dewan San Choon in Wisma MCA. And the rabble-rousers would continue to stir trouble the moment OTK delivers his presidential address in a calculated move to embarrass him in front of the PM.

And after the PM leaves, the chair-throwing would begin and pepper-spray war would commence, runing whatever little left of MCA's tattered reputation. And no way in hell would OTK allow that to happen under his watch – again.

In 2001, when he was the MCA Youth chief, a group of gangsters had done similar things in what is now known as the 803 Incident, named after the August 3 fracas ( Then, anti-OTK MCA members threw chairs, blew whistles, threw stink bombs and even staged a bomb hoax to disrupt proceedings because they were angry that OTK had gone against Ling Liong SIk in the MCA purchase of Nanyang Press Holdings Bhd.

Fast forward eight years and the modus operandi remains, and one of the two main perpetrators remain. Three nights before the MCA Youth AGM, a dinner was held in Overseas Restaurant in Imbi hosted by former Federal Territories Parliamentary Secretary Yew Teong Look, the man instrumental in staging 803.

The anti-OTK man was distributing whistles and mapping out strategies to do a repeat of 803. The Special Branch had gotten wind that the rabble rousers had even planned to switch off the Wisma MCA main power source at the AGM official opening while the PM was there to discreedit OTK- something Najib's security team could not compromise on. (The other mastermind of 308 was Hang Chin Pheng, who had receded into the background of MCA poilitics.)

The plan to use violence is strongly backed by MCA Youth chief Wee Ka SIong who has asked his machai Chong Sin Woon (who is under the payroll of Datuk Ng Bong Ching, a beneficiary of Liow Tiong Lai's Health Ministry projects) to play a role. Chong, who harbours hopes of becoming WKS' political secretary, has been told to convince delegates from MCA Youth to stay away from the meeting. In their absence, their MCA ID cards, which grants them entry into Dewan San Choon, will be given to the thugs to do their magic.

To avert all this and in order not fall into the trap laid by the WKS-led faction, OTK instructed CSL to postpone the MCA AGM. The postponement will buy him enough time to not only stage the Mother of All Comebacks, but also tigthen the noose around the dissidents.

pussy licking bastard Gopal Raj Kumar hear thisthe only way to do that without dishonoring his oath of office is to commission a truly independent panel to uncover the truth and account to the nation.

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 05:32 AM PST

your are floored pussy licking bastard Gopal Raj Kumar get your asshole up face this taxidriver for round 2

your are floored pussy licking bastard get your asshole up face this taxidriver for round 2


this is the asshole of ASSHOLE Gopal Raj Kumar THIS TAXIDRIVER unmasked
Gopal Raj Kumar is the asshole said this 'of A typical example of the point made here and an example of the character of this new " ins (the first of two) is a spired" class is, one Balasubramaniam anak laki Perumal. His Statutory Declarationtatement purportedly of fact and first hand knowledge of facts where relayed to him otherwise by third parties.'after licking rosmah's pussyIf Najib is a responsible Prime Minister, he should have felt duty bound under his oath of allegiance to the country to clear his name through a proper inquiry by an independent and reputable panel, now that the perception of his involvement has been so entrenched and pervasive nationally as well as internationally.
By Kim Quek

When questioned by reporters regarding private investigation P Subramaniam's latest revelations implicating the family of Prime Minister Najib Razak in the Altantuya murder scandal, Najib snapped "I will not entertain any frivolous statement" and asked reporters to move on to the next question.

This curt reply to crassly cut reporters off from asking further questions sounds to me more like a reflex in panic, rather than a responsible answer from the prime minister of a supposedly democratic country. For it was a totally inappropriate reply to Bala's serious accusation, made in circumstances that commanded respect and credibility.

What can be more serious than accusing Najib's wife Rosmah Mansor and his brother Nazim of having used the "carrot and stick" meneuver to force Bala to retract his first affidavit which implicated Najib in the murder scandal?

And what can be more respectable than having his revelations made in an interview conducted and witnessed by three senior lawyers of the country?

Bala alleged that Rosmah's close associate Deepak Jaikishan offered him RM5 million and Nazim threatened to harm his family unless he followed Deepak's instructions. This happened on the day he disclosed his first affidavit on 4th July 2008. Fearing the safety of his family, Bala retracted under coercion the allegations linking Najib to Altantuya in a second affidavit the next day, and disappeared immediately with his family until his recent interview which was captured in video and recorded in transcripts. These were first published in and later relayed by other websites including Malaysiakini and Youtube.
In the interview, Bala described how he was forced into retraction and how he and his family embarked on their fugitive journey to India under the overall direction of Deepak. That journey was a rather convoluted and lengthy voyage that saw them passing through or staying for various durations at Singapore, Bangkok, Katmandu, Delhi, Madras and eventually Chennai.
Bala exuded confidence with his detailed description of occurrences supported by factual details that pin point the relevant players, locations, times, dates, durations, hotels, monetary figures, cheques, bank accounts, etc.
Against these formidable allegations, all we have from the alleged culprits is deafening silence, despite the news being circulated in the Internet for more than two weeks. Until, of course, when Najib dismissed these as "frivolous" and not worthy of his response, during a press conference after an UMNO supreme council meeting on Dec 4. This effectively means that Bala has cooked up a pack of damned lies, according to Najib.
So, one of them must have lied. Was it Bala, or was it Najib?

A cursory glance at the facts and circumstances surrounding the latest controversy would enable one to readily conclude that Bala has the upper hand, for the simple reasons that Bala's accusation is buttressed by precise facts and details that could be easily debunked if false, while Najib and his group have chosen to remain silent in spite of the serious nature of the accusation.
If Bala's statement is false, and with the immense power and resources at the disposal of the Prime Minister, there is no possible reason for Najib not to have instantly ordered an investigation, and bring Bala to face the consequences for having so openly and repeatedly defamed the Prime Minister and his family.
If Najib could have Raja Petra Kamarudin – webmaster of Malaysia Today – charged for criminal defamation for the publication of an article in his website that said Rosmah was present at the crime scene, why can't he do the same on Bala?
In fact, Bala's case is even more serious, as he has signed two contradictory affidavits – a clear offence of false declaration – besides accusing the Prime Minister and his family of involvement in murder.

And why should the Prime Minister, his family, and the various law-enforcement agencies be so kind and forgiving to Bala as to leave him untouched, while the nation suffers the humiliation of its Prime Minister being openly defamed and ridiculed?
Viewing the case from another angle – Bala's perspective, it appears even more compelling that Bala was not likely to have lied.

Why should a family man like Bala falsely accuse the Prime Minister of involvement in the most heinous of crimes, knowing its serious consequences as an ex-police officer? What possible gain could he get, keeping in mind that he couldn't have extorted any money, since the allegation is untrue?
Even if it is true that Bala had falsely accused Najib, that he had repented and retracted his allegations in a second affidavit, and ran away to another country to escape retribution, there is no conceivable reason for him to make a come-back to invent another pack of lies, thereby exposing himself for the second time to the risk of serious punishment. Unless, of course, he is a lunatic, which is clearly not the case.
Evidence of justice being aborted to protect Najib is found in the numerous irregularities that had occurred before and during the trial of the Altantuya murder.

Why was Najib not investigated since the first two accused, who were his body guards and took orders from him, had no apparent motive on their own to commit the murder, and the third accused was his confidante?

Why were the judge, prosecutors and even a defence lawyer abruptly replaced without credible reasons shortly before the trial?

Why was the motive for murder never raised during the trial?

Why did prosecutors and defence lawyer join forces to prevent critical evidence being pursued in court such as a certain photograph showing Altantuya and Najib taking meals together and the mysterious erasure of immigration entry records of Altantuya and her Mongolian companions?

Why was Bala's affidavit barred from the court without credible reasons?

Since the third accused, who was charged for instigating the murder, was released without his defence being called, then who had ordered the killing?

It is clear that unless these troubling questions are dealt with satisfactorily, there is no way Najib can clear himself of suspicions that have surrounded him, least of all by waving away inquisitive questions by a curt reply like what he did in the said press conference.

In fact, such conduct only betrays his weaknesses. For it is plain commonsense that if Najib is on the side of truth, he would have welcomed reporters to ask questions – instead of crudely shutting them up – so that he has a chance to exonerate himself. And he would also have taken action against Bala ages ago, instead of inaction for so long – perhaps with the hope of the scandal fizzling out in due course?

The latest Bala revelations have constituted a solemn challenge to the integrity and legitimacy of Najib's premiership, for which he must now solemnly account to the nation.

And the only way to do that without dishonoring his oath of office is to commission a truly independent panel to uncover the truth and account to the nation.


PAS veep wants quick exit from Nik Aziz's son-in-law

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 03:12 AM PST

Kelantan Menteri Besar Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat's son-in-law Abdul Ariffahmi Abdul Rahman, who will resign as CEO of Kelantan Menteri Besar Incorporated (PMBK) in three months' time, should cease work and leave immediately.
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Childish Malaysian politics

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 04:28 AM PST

DAP stepping on froggie posters.

PKR moaning Altantuyaa with sack cloth, joss sticks and prayers (rituals which those hau-lum moaners would deny their neighbours or close relatives).

PAS cursing Najib ;-) [hi PM, any tummy rumble yet? wakakaka]

UMNO aiming to be taller by stepping on a cow's head, burning photos of Lim GE or ripping apart posters of Koh TK [BTW, which one is worse?]

PKR barging into Bar Council's forum like a thug from Lum Ch'an Nar (Carnarvon Street).

DAP's SMS-ing debacle.

All f* childish!

But the most childish of all has been the federal government's infantile denial of funds (for maintenance of Penang's heritage listing) to be paid directly to the State government but instead channeling it to its investment arm, and oil royalties for Kelantan. Plain puerile pariah parliamentary politics.

Now, all of you, go wash yourself with soap, and f* grow up!

Hiccup for Love Sabah Party

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 03:56 AM PST

Hiccup for Love Sabah Party

Sat, Dec 5, 2009


By Joseph Bingkasan as published in

KOTA KINABALU: Rebellious Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Sabah leaders aligned to ex-vice president Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan are hoping for a new start in a new party.

But they may have to wait a bit longer.

They submitted an application to register a new political party–Parti Cinta Sabah (Love Sabah Party)–to the Registrar of Societies (ROS) two days ago, but have since withdrawn it for "technical reasons."

"There are certain criteria which have to be ironed out," Daniel John Jambun, a senior aide of Jeffrey told FMT here today. One of the reasons relates to the name of the party.

They named the new political organisation Parti Cinta Sabah (Love Sabah Party), or Paati Guminavo Sabah in Kadazan.

Jambun, the Sabah PKR liaison committee deputy chairman and the head of its Kadazan Dusun Murut (KDM) Task Force, said lawyers were studying the matter and would make adjustments recommended by the ROS.

"A new application will be ready for submission to the ROS before Christmas," he promised.

According to Jambun, the party would be multi-racial and its protem members respected leaders and professionals. A numbers of them will be from Sabah-based Barisan Nasional component parties, especially Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) and UPKO, whose members were Jeffrey's supporters when he was in government.

Explaining the reason for the new party, Jambun said PKR leaders in Sabah who supported Jeffrey needed a "house" because their voices were not heard by PKR national leaders.

"We were treated as if we are subservient," he said. Jambun was PKR's candidate for the Inanam state seat in the March 8, 2008 general elections. He lost in a three-cornered tussle, polling 4,293 votes against PBS incumbent Johnny Goh's 5,979 and DAP's Jeffrey Kumin's 2, 864 votes.

Jambun said the party's name could be changed if the ROS reject it. He said there were several options, but the name must reflect Jeffrey's love for Sabah.

Jeffrey, who is PBS president Datuk Seri Joseph Pairin Kitingan's younger brother, resigned last October as PKR national vice president, as a supreme council member and as a political bureau member.

He and his supporters said they were dissapointed with PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwars Ibrahim's decision to appoint Ahmad Tamrin Jaini from Sandakan as the party's new Sabah chief.

Jeffrey, a former Internal Security Act (ISA) detainee, was a PBS founder member and was once the party's supreme council member. He was also a senator and a Federal deputy minister.

Jeffrey was unavailable for comment. Jambun said he was overseas.

Muhyiddin - butt out of MCA affairs

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 04:14 AM PST

Malaysiakini - Muhyiddin wants MCA polls held quickly.


Dear YB DPM,

Please stop interfering in MCA's affair. The BN is only a coalition and not a single party where you rule the entire roost as No 2. Please treat MCA leaders like partners, not subordinates. So stop your "I want MCA to do this, I want MCA to do that."

Your constant campaigning on MCA affairs has also filled many with dismay as you seem to be promoting only the viewpoints of someone the majority of MCA members in fact don't want – just a coincidence no doubt, but please be mindful of your seeming bias.

Kindly back off and stop meddling in the internal politics of a sovereign party.

If you feel the MCA has lost the confidence of the Chinese Malaysians you are probably right but don't just stop there. Ask yourself why such a sad affair exists for the MCA - yup, indeed ask yourself why the MCA has come to such a dreadful position, but most of all, don't forget to ask what has been UMNO's culpability in all these.

Just kick MCA out of BN if you don't like the way the Chinese based party has been dealing with its own internal affairs. Koh TK will definitely back you fully on this wakakaka!

And do ask yourself, how would you feel if MCA members were to intrude into UMNO internal politics?

Instead go sort out public issues like the BTN.

Yours respectfully,

Irritated Chinese Malaysian

MACC Please Help US, Our nativeLand (NCR) is SOLD for $25Million…..

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 03:29 AM PST

A report was made at MACC today  against Tetangga Akrab Pelita Pantu today for the Sale of  NCR Dayakland at Pantu, sg Tenggang, Ubah, Tekuyong, Empaling, ISU, Gayau, Abok, Aping, Limau, Dadak, karanggas by TR Masa of Tekuyong.  We really appreciate your assistance cos we will lose our NCR land.

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