Sunday, April 4, 2010

Kerajaan PR Selangor Memenuhi Janji

Kerajaan PR Selangor Memenuhi Janji


Kerajaan PR Selangor Memenuhi Janji

Posted: 04 Apr 2010 12:21 PM PDT



Gambar diatas adalah tawaran Barisan Alternatif/Pakatan Rakyat kepada rakyat Selangor sekiranya memerintah, sebelum PRU 2008 yang lepas.

Untuk membaca tawaran kerajaan Selangor yang diambil dari Laman Web rasmi Kerajaan Selangor, sila rujuk di sini:

1.0 Merakyatkan Ekonomi Selangor (MES).: Berapa banyak kempen dan usaha yang dilakukan oleh PAS Selangor untuk membantu orang Melayu di Selangor kepada program ini. Yang lebih memalukan, DAP lebih banyak mendaftar orang Melayu
yang miskin kepada program ini dari PAS Selangor.

2.0 * Tabung Warisan Anak Selangor (TAWAS).

3.0 Bekalan Air Percuma Bagi 20 Meter Padu (m3)

4.0 Hadiah Anak Masuk Universiti.

5.0 Caruman Takaful/ Perubatan Percuma Warga Emas

6.0 Program Penigkatan Hasil Bahan Batuan Dan Mineral.

7.0 Pusat Khidmat Krisis Sehenti (OSCC).

8.0 Tabung Pendidikan Anak-anak Pekerja Ladang .

9.0 MESRA USIA EMAS.

10.0 Pinjaman Pelajaran Selangor.

11.0 Khidmat Kaunseling Kerajaan Negeri Selangor .

12.0 Skim Komprehensif Takaful Selangor.

13.0 Maklumat Pelan Bencana.

14.0 Kempen Pelancongan Selangor.

15.0 Program Pekerja Yang Diberhentikan (Retrenchment Helpline).

Bagi saya, segala tawaran Barisan Alternatif/Pakatan Rakyat hanya tinggal 10% sahaja yang masih belum dipenuhi.

Dengan kata lain:

KERAJAAN PAKATAN RAKYAT MEMENUHI JANJIAdapun kerajaan UMNO dan BArisan NAsional, janji2 mereka di Bagan Pinang setahun lepas pun, mereka masih belum penuhi. Sila baca di sini

Tulang Besi


Aids and impediments to the realisation of humanity according to Islam

Posted: 03 Apr 2010 09:00 AM PDT

Muslims now face the dilemma of whether to continue with the status quo and thereby place greater impediments upon the development of humanity or to reinterpret the teachings of Islam in such a way that its fundamental values and ideals will be able to assist in the realisation of humanity, wrote the late Abdurrahman Wahid.


NAJIB SAYS WE CAN BE corrupt NOT too corrupt ONE APCO MALAYSIA with affirmative action policy 2SANDIWARA for CHANGE

Posted: 04 Apr 2010 09:55 AM PDT

They're sneaky. They lie. They're evil. They think everyone else is an animal and therefore without souls. They're the most despicable people on the planet to say the least. These evil doers are behind Hollywood, the porn industry, race mixing,the homosexual agenda …. you name it … and they're the ones orchestrating it.

We sometimes think: why are we so greedy for land and property, why are we motivated by political desires?READMORE FROM TUN MUTAHIR TO TUN MAHATIR THE MALAYS WERE SODOMISED UP AND DOWN Melayu tak sedar diri — Awang Selamat

NAJIB SAYS WE CAN BE corrupt NOT too corrupt ONE APCO with affirmative action policy 2SANDIWARA for CHANGE

The government will not do away with its affirmative action policy, but it will be carried out in a fairer and more transparent manner to improve the lives of Malaysians in the bottom 40 per cent of the population, Datuk Seri Najib

"Let us not be too corrupt with a certain way of looking at things but let us look at ways that really create the sense of belonging that we are together as one nation and one people." Najib was responding to a question on Perkasa, the Malay non-governmental organisation, which stated that 67 per cent of the country's wealth should belong to the community. to reconcile objectives of the New Economic Model (NEM) to attain a high-value economy and keeping costs low, Najib said that with the NEM in place, it could transform Malaysia into an innovative economy, driven by Corrupt brains and crony talents.

On the call by the Malay right-wing group, Pertubuhan Pribumi Perkasa, that Bumiputeras should own 67 per cent of the country's economic wealth, the Prime Minister said the Bumiputeras are still not in the position where they should be and the way to do it is by rectifying past weaknesses.

"So what I'm trying to say is, why we are using ZONIST APCO  , let us not get too caught up with certain ways of looking at things, but let us look at ways that really create the sense of belonging, that we are together as one nation and one people, but affirmative action remains," he said.

On scepticism over open tenders and whether they were truly transparent, Najib said that through the new initiative, it would be transparent as the public would be able to see which company failed and which won the bid as well as the bidding prices offered by these companies.

"So, people can criticise and report, 'with power in  the barisan government' if they think that the process is not a fair process," no actionwill be taken now you see how the zionist work for us

Enthusiasm is no substitute for clarity. The flaws in the laudable intention but in the clogged delivery. The desire to be politically correct has overtaken the imperative to be politically sensible. Method and order, the favourite weapons of Hercule Poirot, might be usefully employed in analysis.Why  Samy's MIC need reservation? Taken purely as a demographic identity,do they constitute the most powerful force in electoral politics.  Theory, alas, tends to have a cool, or even antagonistic, relationship with real life.

The basis on which a candidate is chosen, by any party, can be described in a single, if ungainly, word: winnability. The two most powerful  politicians in the country are in charge of UMNO  because the "winnability" factor is neutralized when all legitimate candidates are left out.

A second structural flaw could further erode the already ebbing credibility of our parliamentary system.The life-blood of our democracy is a covenant, a pact between elector and elected that the quid pro quo for the vote is service to the constituency. The quality of that service is an important (but not the only) factor in an MP's re-election. This is the one big check that keeps a MP on some sort of practical leash.

therefore, will have no political incentive to serve its constituents. This, given prevailing levels of public morality, is a license to satisfy personal interests for the length of the term to MP and minister. The cynical response is that this hardly matters since MPs have become irrelevant to national development or even to their constituency's welfare. If that is the level of degeneration, then we should abandon first-past-the-post parliamentary democracy and find another definition of democracy. Perhaps we can adopt a dual system in which 50% of MPs are elected on the basis of lists prepared by the party leaders, enabling them to send their chosen favourites to the House in direct proportion to the percentage of votes they have received.The relationship between MP and voter can, thereby, be officially abandoned. This should make party bosses delirious.

The irony is that such flaws can be easily corrected, with some time and thought. Both have been absent from the process. The pro-reservation lobbies have employed hustle topped off by self-congratulation; those opposed think that explosions constitute an argument.

The former worked through cheerleaders in the media; the latter played to galleries beyond the media, and did so effectively. The UNNO began to waver when the message from the second horizon began to permeate back to BARISAN. The government was indifferent to the threat from political parties, but it could not remain immune to a threat from the voter. Empowerment of UMNO WARLOADS is powerful and necessary objective, but the route map should be navigated with care.

NAJIB SAYS WE CAN BE corrupt NOT too corrupt ONE APCO with affirmative action policy 2SANDIWARA for CHANGE The government will not do away with its affirmative action policy, but it will be carried out in a fairer and more transparent manner to improve the lives of Malaysians in the bottom 40 per cent of the population, Datuk Seri Najib "Let us not be too corrupt with a certain way of looking at things but let us look at ways that really create the sense of belonging that we are together as one nation and one people." Najib was responding to a question on Perkasa, the Malay non-governmental organisation, which stated that 67 per cent of the country's wealth should belong to the community. to reconcile objectives of the New Economic Model (NEM) to attain a high-value economy and keeping costs low, Najib said that with the NEM in place, it could transform Malaysia into an innovative economy, driven by Corrupt brains and crony talents.

On the call by the Malay right-wing group, Pertubuhan Pribumi Perkasa, that Bumiputeras should own 67 per cent of the country's economic wealth, the Prime Minister said the Bumiputeras are still not in the position where they should be and the way to do it is by rectifying past weaknesses.

"So what I'm trying to say is, why we are using ZONIST APCO  , let us not get too caught up with certain ways of looking at things, but let us look at ways that really create the sense of belonging, that we are together as one nation and one people, but affirmative action remains," he said.

On scepticism over open tenders and whether they were truly transparent, Najib said that through the new initiative, it would be transparent as the public would be able to see which company failed and which won the bid as well as the bidding prices offered by these companies.

"So, people can criticise and report, 'with power in  the barisan government' if they think that the process is not a fair process," no actionwill be taken now you see how the zionist work for us

Enthusiasm is no substitute for clarity. The flaws in the laudable intention but in the clogged delivery. The desire to be politically correct has overtaken the imperative to be politically sensible. Method and order, the favourite weapons of Hercule Poirot, might be usefully employed in analysis.Why  Samy's MIC need reservation? Taken purely as a demographic identity,do they constitute the most powerful force in electoral politics.  Theory, alas, tends to have a cool, or even antagonistic, relationship with real life.

The basis on which a candidate is chosen, by any party, can be described in a single, if ungainly, word: winnability. The two most powerful  politicians in the country are in charge of UMNO  because the "winnability" factor is neutralized when all legitimate candidates are left out.A second structural flaw could further erode the already ebbing credibility of our parliamentary system.The life-blood of our democracy is a covenant, a pact between elector and elected that the quid pro quo for the vote is service to the constituency. The quality of that service is an important (but not the only) factor in an MP's re-election. This is the one big check that keeps a MP on some sort of practical leash. therefore, will have no political incentive to serve its constituents. This, given prevailing levels of public morality, is a license to satisfy personal interests for the length of the term to MP and minister. The cynical response is that this hardly matters since MPs have become irrelevant to national development or even to their constituency's welfare. If that is the level of degeneration, then we should abandon first-past-the-post parliamentary democracy and find another definition of democracy. Perhaps we can adopt a dual system in which 50% of MPs are elected on the basis of lists prepared by the party leaders, enabling them to send their chosen favourites to the House in direct proportion to the percentage of votes they have received.The relationship between MP and voter can, thereby, be officially abandoned. This should make party bosses delirious.The irony is that such flaws can be easily corrected, with some time and thought. Both have been absent from the process. The pro-reservation lobbies have employed hustle topped off by self-congratulation; those opposed think that explosions constitute an argument.

The former worked through cheerleaders in the media; the latter played to galleries beyond the media, and did so effectively. The UNNO began to waver when the message from the second horizon began to permeate back to BARISAN. The government was indifferent to the threat from political parties, but it could not remain immune to a threat from the voter. Empowerment of UMNO WARLOADS is powerful and necessary objective, but the route map should be navigated with care.



The minister who labels bloggers as insignificant

Posted: 04 Apr 2010 09:54 AM PDT

I know someone who started low with Pemuda, then made it to the Dewan Rakyat as a Member of Parliament before being appointed a Parliamentary Secretary before bcoming a full Minister. He was nice and okay then.

However, a Prime Minister aspirant now, he is getting snobbish. Many call him 'Menteri Sombong'. Maybe he got his own reasons but what I cant accept is when he regarded bloggers as 'insignificant' and 'cannot be trusted'. Wow!

I spoke to a few pro-government bloggers about it and they agreed that this guy should be sidelined and let him deal only with the mainstream media. He is a publicity-craze anyway as he calls for press conference mostly everyday and issuing statements with the hope of making it to front pages.

He doesnt take advise and doesnt listen to good words about how he should stay relevant - as a minister and an Umno leader. He got two deputies whom we seldom heard of, not in making statement nor in requesting for a press conference. Both are considered 'politically dead''.

This minister will appear in any dailies mostly everyday, even to announce something which a deputy secretary general of his ministry can attend to. Nobody else can find a space in the media. Its only him and him.

He made a few blunders but was neatly concealed with the help of friends and bloggers. He didnt impress much although he tries from time to time to create something to draw the public interest. Latest, I heard that one of his senior aides with the ministry is no more allowed to sign any letter while another is counting his days to be fired. His special officers, too got no work at all.

On behalf of my fellow bloggers, I would like to tell him that he should improve his knowledge about the importance of blogs in many countries and to many Presidents and Prime Ministers. In some countries, a team of bloggers are appointed to a special panel to assist the government in various aspects.

I am glad that our Prime Minister, his deputy and some ministers are running their own blogs and spend time meeting some pro-government bloggers once in a month or every two or three months, However, we treat this minister as a special case. Let us see whether he can make it to the pinnacle of his politics by ignoring the importance of blogs.

If you aspire to become a Prime Minister, you better work your way up, by yourself and by your nose.

After all, we bloggers are not so hard-up to have coffee with him!


DR MAHATHIR REGRETS IN BRING UMNO TO SABAH CLAIMS DR JEFFREY KITINGAN

Posted: 04 Apr 2010 09:38 AM PDT


Sabah Opposition chief Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan claims that former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad confided in him that he regrets in bringing Umno to Sabah.

Datuk Dr Jeffrey told this fact when he spoke to reporters from Malaysiakini while attending the Kota Kinabalu PKR division annual general meeting recently.

Datuk Dr Jeffrey claimed that Tun Dr Mahathir made this confession after his release from Internal Security Act (ISA) detention sometime in 1994, just after his elder brother, Chief Minister Datuk Joseph Pairin Kitingan called for a snap State elections. 




Datuk Dr Jeffrey claimed that Tun Dr Mahathir's purported regret was based on his observation that "Sabah Umno leaders cared only for themselves and not the party (Umno) or the people of Sabah".

When Datuk Dr Jeffrey suggested that Umno pull out of Sabah, Tun Dr Mahathir told him that this was not possible on account of pride (maruah). But Datuk Dr Jeffrey told that Tun Dr Mahathir could swallow his pride when he readmitted PBS into BN even after he had expressed that readmission of PBS into BN had been closed and that the "keys" had been "thrown away".

Datuk Dr Jeffrey further claimed that the main intention behind Umno's entry into Sabah was to further erode the autonomy of the State in favour of Peninsula Malaysia "and to make up for the forecast loss of Parliament seats in Peninsular Malaysia.

In response, Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Yahya Hussin, who is also Sabah Umno liason secretary, reported that it was impossible for Tun Dr Mahathir to regret bringing Umno to Sabah since Tun Dr Mahathir himself was the architect of the move to Sabah. 




In reply, Datuk Dr Jeffrey claimed that Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Yahya Hussin was not present when Tun Dr Mahathir made this claim. 


Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan denies that he is making up these comments that purportedly disparaged Sabah Umno. 

Datuk Dr Jeffrey stated that the people of Sabah should dissociate themselves from Umno and send it "back to Peninsular Malaysia," since Tun Dr Mahathir and his successors have not been willing to voluntarily pull Umno out of Sabah and the continued Umno's presence in Sabah further compromises its security and autonomy as pledged under the 1963 Malaysia Agreement.


Liverpool”Ballistic..!Nuts..!F…Hell”

Posted: 04 Apr 2010 09:30 AM PDT

Paul Masefield at Channel 812 ESPN was spot on. The Liverpool fans must be tearing their hair out,going ballistic and tearing up Rafael Benitez photographs into shreads and doing moon stomping on it. The word is "NUTS…and F…Hell according to my friend who is a Liverpool fan and he just doesnt understand what this Spanish Manager has got in his mind.

Its time for him "Rafa" to just quit and get out of Anfield. 4 points behind Manchester City and City has a game in hand with 5 games remaining. What the "tut tut tut" is he thinking off changing Torres a world class striker with 25 minutes left with Ngog. This is too much and for Liverpools sake its time for him to be replaced. Rafa got it all wrong and maybe he was thinking to protect Torres for the Benfica match in midweek.

The result 1-1 and if Torres was still on the pitch who knows he could have assisted even to play Babel or Ngog for the winner. Stevan Gerrard the captain was also caught on camera scratching his head in disbelief with the managers decision and also Liverpool fans worldwide . 

Liverpool is really a club in turmoil with Rafa Benitez a dead man walking as the team lurch from one crisis to another, out of the title race, out of the FA Cup and now edging closer to missing the 4th Champions League spot.

 Liverpool should be challenging for the Premiership instead now they are only considered as one of the teams for the 4 Champions League places. How very sad..!! Now wonder all the Liverpool faithful fans are throwing tantrums everynow and then. Rafa has overstayed…..



Classification of Malaysian

Posted: 04 Apr 2010 11:05 AM PDT


Malaysia population estimates stands at 28.6 (28,608.6) million as at 31st Dec 2009 according to the Department of Statistic (DOS) Malaysia.

In breaking down the numbers you will find that Malaysia has a very young population with a median age of 25 years and some details as follows:

Below 20 (0-19) years of age is at 11.7 million or 40.1 %

Below 35 (0-34) years of age is at 18.7 million or 65.4 %

Below 50 (0-49) years of age is at 24.0 million or 83.9 %

The Election Commission has announced that there were 11.08 million registered voters and there were about 4.4 million eleigible citizens who has yet to register to vote.

There are more than 500,000 citizens reaching the age of 21 every year and will be eligible to vote, this estimate is derived from the breakdown of the age group from 20 to 24 which is at 2.54 million. So the "Bankit" guys might want to try their voter registration at Universities at least there might be much more concentration of new eligible voters in this places (mostly second final year students) and they will be from all over the country.

There are slightly more Male over Female at 14.56 million males over 14.05 million females, so guys don't take more than your fair share otherwise we will need to import more females.

What is intereseting in the DOS estimates are the grouping of the various figures and definition as follows:

Total Population at 28.6 million and Malaysian citizens at 26.5 million giving you a 2.09 million Non-Malaysian citizens. It is an assumption that we have legal non Malaysians who are given residences permission or work permits to stay in the country. So who are this Non-Malaysians as they make up quite a substantial of about 8 % of Non-Malaysian citizens and even more than the total number of Indians in the country of 1.95 million or about 7 %.

The classification of Malaysian population as per the DOS are; 1. Malay at 14.58m or 55 %. 2. Other Bumiputra at 3.16m or 12 %. 3. Chinese at 6.48m or 24.5 %. 4. Indians at 1.95m or 7.4 %. 5. Others at 0.34m or 1.3 %  and 6. Non-Malaysian at 2.09m or 8 %.

Some Population Trivia:

  • People say that since 1981 the Indian population has reduced substantially as some has been reclassified as Malays and or Bumiputras.

  • There were also some quarters who are calling for greater classification as the chinese would like to be known as hokkien, cantonese, teochew or hakka or hailam and etc and the Indians are also calling for greater definition. And the punjabs and the sikhs would also like to be distinct and not included under "lain lain". And the others or "lain lain" are asking to be included as "other bumiputras".

  • Maybe the government should consider expanding the classification to reflect greater refinement of the true varied ethnicity in  the coming new census.

  • The average population growth of Malaysia is at 2.1 % per annum and the highest population growth district is Kinabatangan of Sabah at 4.4 % followed by Langkawi at 3.2 % (Must be the clean waters).

  • The state with the lowest population growth is Wilayah at only 1.6 % per annum. (City folks no time to make babies). The state with the highest population growth rate is Terengganu and Kelantan at 2.4 %.

Census are conducted every Ten years and the next Population and Property Census will be initiated on the
6 July 2010 (Census Day).


The Sorrowful Mystery of Mahathir Mohamed - By George Soros

Posted: 04 Apr 2010 12:55 AM PDT


By Admin

The corruption of Mahathir: by George Soros - published by Bangkok Post


George Soros (pic above) is not only one of the best investors in the world but very
well informed too. He has spelt clearly what Malaysians have known all the
while.Malaysia with all the riches in raw materials should have a stronger
currency but what started one for one equivalent with S'pore 30 yrs ago now
has lost out to S'pore currency by 2.3 times. Now Malaysians know
why........Soros has explained in very great detail..... Of course one
cannot get to read this in the main media in Malaysia. Don't expect the Fake Christian No Balls Wong Chun Wai, Awang Tak Selamat, Baradan Rubbishsamy or Turncoat Akhiruddin Atan (Rocky Poison Bru) to write about this. Mahathir is a menace to his own people, here The Scribe means the Racist Ketuanan Melayu Umnoputras. He has also thrown his weight behind The Shit Head Ibrahim Ali's PERKASA as the proxy for Umno and PM Najib Razak to further Umno's own racist agenda akin to Zionism. (Now we know why Najib chose APCO for his PR work). Now only you can see the effects of his foolishness when the ringgit has halved its value overnight and your economy goes kaput. Single handedly you have caused hardship to. Worse of all, we have the non Malay Parties in the BN Coalition still with Umno. Publish this Blog post, translate it if you have to for the Voters of Hulu Selangor.
Let's bury BN/Umno in Hulu Selangor and elsewhere in Malaysia together with their lap dogs MCA, Gerakan, MIC, PBB, PBS etc..

Subject: The corruption of Mahathir: published by Bangkok Post

Taxpayers and voters were made to pay for his visionionary expenses
enriching selected vendors along the way all paid by taxpayer or rakyat's
money. The corruption of Mahathir: SOROS' REPLY TO MAHATHIR - Adapted
from Bangkok Post (Not published locally)

I have always said Dr Mahathir is a menace to his own people. Now
only you can see the effects of his foolishness when the ringgit has halved
its value overnight and your economy goes kaput. Single handedly you have
caused hardship to millions of your own people. You have built useless mega
projects at tremendous cost to the country.

The telecoms tower in Kuala Lumpur and the highest building in the
world show how stupid you are. Not only does it cause massive traffic jam,
it has totally no purpose.

If you need high ground for telecoms antennae a nearby mountain is there
for free.

This tower has no purpose from the ground up to 300 metres. The
satelites make this totally unneccesary. A fool and his money are soon
parted. The only thing is you are the fool and the money belongs to
Malaysians. You make 20% in every project, you have real estate in Japan and
billions of shares corruptly acquired.

Your 3 sons are worth 8 billion US$. Where do they get this money? Of
course, corruption.

You are known as the Marcos of Malaysia, having enriched yourself
to the tune of billions.

You dare to shed crocodile tears during UMNO delegates meeting about the
ills of corruption.

Yet you are the most corrupt of all the prime ministers before you.
A thief is crying thief and hopes people look the other way. Who dares to
say anything when the chief is caught with his hands in the candy jar?

You said wisdom is not the monopoly of the West. So is foolishness. You
have more foolishness than most people would believe. Billions are used to
build two high rise Petronas buildings that benefit nobody. They now stand
tall, a symbol of stupidity and irresponsibility. Instead they just add on
to traffic jams. What is this reclamation of 10 islands off Kedah? Totally
absurd and stupid. Of course your benefit is 20%. And the bridge across from
Malacca to Sumatra across international waters?

Why not build a bridge to the moon? I am sure you still can get your
20%. You called me a Moron. How can a Moron make so much money. By allowing
short selling and borrowing millions of shares from your banks we fund
managers made millions out of your inexperience and poor regulations.

You lose all Malaysians' money, therefore you are the Moron. Now you
know too late and start crying over spilt milk.

In Australia you are known as the recalcitrant ego maniac; in UKthe
corrupt bastard because of your stupid purchase of our movie studio and the
290 million ringgit Lotus racing car plant and the shady Pergau dam loans
from the UK. They are useless to us and you still want to buy them.

What about buying British reject submarines through your agent, of
course. The agent/ broker is designed to make millions out of the Malaysian
government..

Your purchase of our battleships is at least 50% more than others are
paying. Your purchase of 9 hospitals from UK lock, stock and barrel does
not support your local architects or your industry and the British send you
obsolete medical equipment. The design is atrocious, one end to the other is
half a kilometer and there is no CT-scan, an absolute necessity.

In the UK your face appears in no less than 17 newspapers as a corrupt
dictator. In Malaysia you are known as the (IBM) International Big Mouth.
In Japan they call you the 'smallest one' (brain size). In Pacific islands,
the Santa Claus (giving advice left and right). In south America they call
you the parrot (he talks a lot but does not know what it is about). In
Manila the living Marcos.

In Malaysia they are spending millions to lure tourists and you talk
rubbish scaring every foreigner away. When he is dumb he is doubted a fool,
when he opens his mouth it removes all doubt."

While I agree the West does not have the monopoly to wisdom, your
actions are not the wisest either. Your EAEC has totally no support even in
Asean. Your South-South dialogue meets with the same fate and what is this I
hear of the Bridge from Peninsula Malaysia to Sumatra covering 20 miles
across International shipping lane?

How crazy can one get? Even the Japanese don't have the money. This
world's stupidity seems to be concentrated in one man's mind - yours.

The multimedia super corridor - MSC -. Well in USA its Most Stupid Concept
because we Americans, would have thought of it light years before. Even if
it makes money, we can copy this concept can't we?

Why do you want to spend your hard-earned money doing questionable
projects? It will be like the Bakun project. Abandoned fund wasted and
another white elephant. I always say politicians should not be involved in
business. Your ministers are also businessmen and almost every official is
enriching himself. Look at Rafidah Aziz, selling thousands of Approved
Permits (APs) for cars each worth 20-30 thousand Malaysian dollars. Why not
your government sell them and make the money? She has acquired millions of
shares meant for bumis for free before she agrees to list them.

Look at your Selangor Chief Minister collecting millions for approving high
rise buildings from businessman. He is worth a few billions.
Unfortunately he was caught with a few million pocket money in Australia.
Every Chief minister is awarding useless projects to his cronies then
collecting secret pay offs on the side. The Land Development Boards and
the Economic Development Boards are used to bail out any loses suffered by
politicians. The profits they keep, the loses they force the Government
bodies to absorb. How can your poor ever close the gap when every good deal
is snatched by your politicians? How can your country get out of poverty if
all the billions of corruption money is taken out of the country?

Look at the Sarawak Chief Minister selling billions worth of timber
concessions under the table; selling every piece of state land to
businessmen without tender; using his own companies to obtain lucrative
government contracts; selling approval signatures for a fee 'you pay I
approve'. He has 8 billion US stashed overseas. Thousands of acres of land
are given to one or two companies while thousands of poor people still live
in cardboard makeshift homes; have no water and shit into the river..

Thousands of acres of land are sold to companies for plantations while
the natives do not have even one acre to their name. He is selling sand near
the beaches to one company for earth filling and then ask the government to
spend millions to protect the coastline when erosion occurs.

He lost 300 million of the Sarawak government money trying to make
computer chips. He has built a port in Northern Sarawak town in water so
shallow it needs dredging every year. The Prime Minister built highways
without tender, your cronies get the deal and the price double. Your
Langkawi airport runway was built double the cost by your own company,
Ekran.

The Malaysian nation has lost at least 30 billions during your last 10
years of corrupt rule. One billion lost from the purchase of phantom Skyhawk
war planes nobody has ever seen (are they still in the Nevada desert, USA?).
3 billion lost from the London tin scandal (you thought you could corner the
London tin market without knowing the Americans have a stockpile! Stupidity
at its best. 6 billion Perwaja steel mill where nobody even knows where the
money goes, 3 billion bank Bumiputra scandal when George Tan bribed all the
bank officials to lend him the money.. 6 billion forex lost by Bank Negara
(the fool and his money are soon parted) and 6 billion to build three of the
world's tallest buildings (built by Japanese and Koreans and furniture
imported from France - not Malaysia) and 1 billion lost from purchase of
British warships including fees paid to the broker and under the table..
Add the 10 billion you stole and 5 billion taken by Ministers.

In the 1997 the World Journalists meeting voted Dr Mahathir the Prime
Minister of the Decade. It sounded strange to everybody until it was
revealed those who voted against are threatened by IRD officers and with
losing their jobs. In New York the United Nations 1997 meeting, the most
corrupt Prime Minister of the decade is President Suharto and second Dr
Mahathir (Actually Dr Mahathir should take first place but bribed the
Indonesians to take honour of Number One.

There are Fifty thousand of your university students not given places in
Malaysia but are good enough for places overseas resulting in billions of
dollars lost. The British and the Australians are thinking how stupid. Your
best students are sent overseas raising their standards while as in most
countries the best are kept in local universities and the rejects sent
overseas..A university student in Hong Kong is much more prestigeous than
any Australian counterpart. You have been colonised by the British so long
you cannot even educate your own people. Look at Hong Kong or
Singapore, less than 5% study overseas. All the money saved. Your country
could save billions if every student overseas is recalled to a local
university, and at the same time raising your own standards.

Your people are still without shoes, without land to farm, without
homes, bathing in rivers shitting in holes in the ground, without water and
electricity. Your cities are concrete jungles without greenery and open
spaces. Your KL is jammed with traffic. Yet you still keep on building high
rises. You should come down from the clouds and stop daydreaming and firmly
plant your feet in the ground. Your schools are cramped 500 students to
an acre and thousands of acres are given free to some politicians who leave
them idle. Your parks are being taken by politicians to build
shophouses and every cabinet minister is a land-grabbing businessman who
builds roads only to their cronies' land.

The Malaysians' Prayer, "Ya Allah, we thank you for your gifts of
timber, oil and grain. But then the devil sent us corrupt Mahathir without a
Brain and look we are back to square one again. So just take Dr Mahathir
back to Hell And we will be alive and well."

In China people have been shot for embezzling one thousand dollars.With
8 billion you have stolen, therefore you would be shot 80 thousand times.
Now you are leading an anti-corruption campaign. We all know what you should
do. Look yourself in the mirror. You see the crooked you. Then use your
left hand and handcuff your right hand. You have put the opposition leader
and his son in jail when they said in parliament you are the richest PM in
the world. And his colleague Mr Karpal Singh too for 2 years.

So I get a reward or bribe if I now say you are the poorest PM in this
world? Your 3 sons are sitting on the board of directors of more than 200
companies. They must have been educated in Harvard school of business and
obtained distintions? Or is it "you don't know me, you don't do business
in Malaysia" law that applies. Billions of ringgit of Employee's
Provident Fund and public Petronas funds are used to bail out your sons who
make losses investing in every venture you thought you could make money.
How unethical and corrupt. Every one of your politicians is sitting on the
board of tens of companies making thousands without any effort, lending
their VIP names to borrow millions from local banks without collateral..
Now these have become non- performing loans. Now you want 20 million
Malaysians to sacrifice for the folly of ONE man? Why not the fool resign
and admit he wasted and took most of the money. I could teach you how to put
your economy on track but first you must apologize to the Malaysian people.


New Economic Model - 'Modal' for Opposition

Posted: 04 Apr 2010 11:18 AM PDT

The New Economic Model (NEM) which was unveiled by the Prime Minister last Tuesday apparently was not even brought to UMNO, I mean to UMNO Supreme Council, let alone to be tabled at BN supreme Council.

I was told that it will only be tabled to the UMNO supreme Council in the next Council meeting and is not known the date when it will be tabled to the Supreme Council of BN.

It means that the rakyat, so far has not at all been consulted before assenting decision was made on the New Economic Model, with grand branding as it sounds.

That was also the main reason why this important issue was not taken seriously by the public as they totally cloaked away by the decision makers, in particular the PM.

I don't have the clue why this undemanding undertaking was not done and it does not cost the PM ten cents if the people were to be consulted through their respected parties and other administrative channels in order to reach the opinion leaders at all levels.

The cabinet is accountable for not advising our PM not to take this 'people unfriendly' like decision, and this is an insupportable judgment made by the Premier over this remarkably important subject.

A Prime Minister is elected to administer on behalf of the people and he is indebted and beholden to act after consultation with them. A Prime Minister is not appointed to act unilaterally and subsequently feels agitated when the people go frontally head-on with any of his many flawed decisions.

All Prime Ministers of pre-Mahathir consulted UMNO, Parliament and the component political parties representing all races in order to come up with decision readily agreeable by the rakyat and that was why every decision made was very approving with diminutive and negligible resistance from the people.

The ruling party was informed and was given the legroom to give input for excellent and well thought-of outcome and decision respected and rejoiced by the people on the street, the actual point of the government strength and durability.

Whether we like it or not the government in the end of the 5-year term has to face the ordinary citizens who are free to decide the fate of the ruling government.

Those days every PM was felt to be very near to the rakyat, and there were no SEMARAK neither did there was JUARA RAKYAT or any kind of sort to insulate the divisiveness in perception towards the government among the voting public.

Without much uncertainties the rakyat rallied sturdily behind leadership and every citizen felt they were part of all major government decisions made for them; government by the people and for the people.

The government worked hand-in glove with ordinary public and the rakyat took accountability together with the government on any unexpected mistakes or misdemeanor which subsequently surfaced in the implementations of the policies.

The JKKK heads and committee members, Penghulus, government servants and all were together in implementing all what have been decided.

It was only when the yearn and desire for material gains crept in to become the culture in all administrative system of nation, that diverts the spirit of love for the nation to the love for personal and material advantages; no monetary rewards nothing is done and fulfilled.

The rakyat are not involved in any major decisions made by the government. All are done from top-bottom without getting feedbacks direct from the people through civic courses which is now extraterrestrial and unfamiliar to political culture of the day.

Some say it is out-of-date affair to go down to he ground to explain since internet is available for everyone but the fact remains that even urban public are not all accessible to the net.

If this NEM is at all too important as being portrayed, it definitely warranted a special committee in the UMNO and BN Supreme Council for detailed briefs to be made for comments and diligent preview by the committee comprising of learned members of the Council if there is anyone left.

By doing so the PM is taking steps for the new model of economic makeup together with the voices of UMNO and other ruling parties and not unilateral script-writings of the PM personally.

BUT if Najib's intention is to take NEM for his personal glorious accomplishment to rest his laurels on, than he should take the culpability alone if there are unexpected failures and hiccups in the plan which jeopardizes the ruling government he leads.

Don't blame the anyone if the Model fails to be actualized as any wrong in motion would only give 'modal' for the oppositions to strengthen themselves.

As it is now the opposition has expediently claims that NEM was all extracted from their General Election manifesto; it is PR 2008 Election Manifesto in different name, so they say.

Bulks of the claims seem to be true. Just read PR manifesto of the last General Election before agreeing with me.


Thanks………………………………………..Aspan Alias


BN NEEDS A 'NEW FACE' AT HULU SELANGOR PARLIAMENTARY BY-ELECTIONS

Posted: 03 Apr 2010 11:58 PM PDT

The Hulu Selangor parliamentary by-election is about to kick-off with nominations on April 17, and with polling day fixed on April 25. We could expect an intense campaign from all parties involved during the campaign period of the by-elections.

But the residents of Hulu Selangor could see 'immediate goodies' been given to 'buy' their votes by the ruling BN government and projects that should have been undertaken will be at their doorsteps and completed before polling day to lure them to vote for them.

There are various speculations as who will represent their respective Parties. There are also rumours that UMNO will place a 'third force' just to fulfill the aspirations of the Malay voters who form the majority, although this has never been the BN practice so far.

Looking at the situation, the Opposition has no 'difficulties' in placing the 'rightful' candidate since they have a long list of qualified candidates but they need to chose the best suitable candidate to give them triumph in the by-election while their track record by their previous MP, who had passed away recently, has been somewhat satisfactory.

The problem lies with the Barisan Nasional (BN). This seat had been predominately a MIC seat and since only 19% are Indians in the constituency and not everyone is a MIC member or BN component party member, UMNO which has a huge membership want to contest by placing its suitable local candidate. The problem lies with the BN 'status quo' arrangement. Further more, UMNO's proposed suitable candidate does not come 'clean' since there is a lot of controversy behind him which the Opposition will take good opportunity of.

MIC on the other hand, which had faced a very disastrous defeat in the last March 8, 2008 general elections, is compel to place its deputy president, Datuk G Palanivel, although BN investigations reveal that he would not be the 'rightful suitable candidate' for this elections since he had served four terms and his record is somewhat 'unsatisfactory'.

MIC may have some suitable young candidates but need to be slashed since protocol need to be observed. Even in the MIC elections, Datuk Palanivel was favored since he was supported by the MIC President Datuk Seri S Samy Vellu,and if not, he would not stand a chance, according to reliable MIC sources.

Then why propose a 'incompetent unsuitable' candidate?

Isn't BN's aim to secure a victory at this by-election?

But one thing is for sure, If BN's choice is Datuk G Palanivel, BN is going to lose this coming by-election.

We need to wait and see the announcement by the BN Chairman and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak, as to who is the BN candidate selected by him.


'It's time to 'tukar baju' and kick out BN'

Posted: 03 Apr 2010 10:29 PM PDT


Newly-minted opposition politician Kalakau Untol is bent on helping the Kadazan Dusun and Murut (KDM) communities of Sabah to 'tukar baju' (change shirt) in the next general election. Kalakau, the United Sabah Dusun Association (Usda) president, said he was confident the indigenous community, comprising more than 30 ethnic groups, other natives and the Chinese communities could topple the BN government.

"They have booted out four Sabah state governments before," he said. "Tukar Baju was our battle cry. We ousted the Alliance-led Usno, Parti Berjaya, Barisan Nasional and Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) state governments," he told FMT in an exclusive interview recently.

Kalakau, a former state deputy labour minister, ditched BN last month to join PKR and declared that he would be working hand-in-glove with Dr Jeffrey Kitingan and other KDM leaders.

He also said he would ensure that the community which formed the majority of the state's population would vote for Pakatan Rakyat in the next general election.

He said he expected several KDM leaders now holding important posts in the BN government, both at state and federal levels, to leave the coalition for Pakatan Rakyat.

Kalakau said he quit BN as he could no longer tolerate a life of being 'a great pretender.'

"What the BN was offering and had given out thus far was just window-dressing, but the people are politically matured now and know what is going on around them," he said.

Until he left BN, Kalakau was chairman of a state government-owned money making company and a director of several government subsidiaries companies.

"The last straw was when a university student approached me and asked if I believed in all the high praises I had heaped on the BN government during a speech I made.

"She asked me if I really meant what I said about the present government," said Kakakau.

"I was floored. It was awakening. Never in my life did it occur to me that I had been praising  the government without justification.

"After a meeting with my supporters, a month later I decided to quit BN," he added.
"
These two states have been taken for granted by BN for too long. We in Sabah have changed the state government four times … it is not an impossible task.
"I travelled to far flung villages in Sabah and the response and support for PKR from the KDM was overwhelming. (It was the same when) I was in Kota Marudu, Kudat recently."

Sabah, Sarawak taken for granted by BN
The Dusun leader said the general election would the be best avenue for all Malaysians, not only for the people of Sabah 'to put on new clothes.'

"If we want to change the policy of the nation, it can only be done if you change and form  a new federal government."

He said if Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak had tagged Sabah and Sarawak as BN's fixed deposit, Pakatan Rakyat could also rightfully lay similar claim to these two states.

Kalakau said the opposition could have won in the last general election if there had been a better understanding among the parties, particularly between PKR and DAP.

According to him, in all the constituencies where both PKR and DAP fielded candidates, BN emerged the victor by a slim majority of votes.

In the election, the state constituencies of Kepayan, Luyang, Inanam and Likas showed that the votes garnered by DAP and PKR were more than the votes polled by BN.

"The people of Sabah and Sarawak are aware of this and will ensure that their support will be for Pakatan Rakyat in the coming general election.

"These two states have been taken for granted by BN for too long. We in Sabah have changed the state government four times … it is not an impossible task," said Kalakau.

On his working relationship with other Sabah PKR leaders, he said he is a friend to all. Whenever he travelled, PKR leaders whether KDM or Muslims are always with him.

He said he was overwhelmed by the support for him when he was invited as a guest speaker at a gathering organised by the PKR Selangor at Stadium Malawati Shah Alam recently.

"I was relatively new in PKR but I was accepted as one of them. This is something new to me."

Made entry into politics in the 70s

Kalakau stepped into politics by forming the United Sabah Action Party (Usap) in early 1970s during Tun Musthapha's Usno-led Alliance state government.

Usap acted as an opposition party and  was dissolved when he joined Pekamas in 1974, heading the Tuaran Division.

Pekamas failed to match the might of Usno so Kalakau formed another party called United Sabah Assembly Party (Pusaka) in 1977. He was made its deputy secretatry general.

Pusaka also closed shop and Kalakau joined Parti Berjaya in 1978. He joined Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) in 1985 and was a political secretary to then deputy Chief Minister (late)  Mark Koding.

He did not last long in PBS and five years later in 1989 he resigned and formed Angkatan Keadilan Rakyat Sabagh (Akar) with Koding.

In 1994, after the PBS governmeng was toppled by BN, Kalakau joined forces with current federal minister Bernard Dompok to form Parti Demokratik Sabah (PDS), now renamed United Pasok Momogun Kadazandusun Party (Upko).

Kalakau was Tuaran MP as well as state deputy labour minister when PBS was ruling Sabah (1985-1994). In Upko, he was its youth chief for 12 years and was also a senator.

by FMT


New White Rajah

Posted: 03 Apr 2010 10:22 PM PDT

By John Doe 


Salam Sejahtera, fellow Dignitaries of the Council, members of the New Parliament. As we convene for the First Inaugural Parliamentary Meeting for the Sovereign State of New Borneo, I'd like to first thank the Country of Malaysia for officially allowing our country to secure peaceful independence. Without which, today would not be possible.

I'd also like to congratulate all the peoples of Borneo for waiting so patiently till today for your kindness, and for having reinstated me, John Doe, as your New White Rajah. I feel deeply honored that that I was chosen to help lead your country into independence, and hope that during my short tenure of 5 years, I will be able to live up to the expectations of my ancestor, James Brooke.

For the Record, the Brooke Family was NOT a Colonizing Family. Anyone in Borneo will testify that the people insisted that the Brooke Family continued to stay, despite my family wanting to return to England. Fort Magherita shall be my official residence. And all UMNO offices shall be converted into a Dump-Site, out of severe "respect" for the Malaysian Government.


I would like to stress that I will only be serving this non-renewable-term of 5 years, after-which this position must be taken over by a local person. As first order of the day, let us peruse key points of the Constitution of New Borneo. The official name is to be called New Borneo. This is the original name of the island (unlike the Tanah Melayu crap). It comprises of 2 sovereign states of Sabah and Sarawak. I put forward the proposal to change the name from "Division 1", "Division 2" and so on to a more inclusive name. Divisiveness is an UMNO trait, which we do not want to carry into this brand new country. Legislators, please note.


The official flower is the Rafflesia, and the official mascot will be the Orang Utan. Would Malaysia kindly note that you will have to remove your mascot, because there are NO known Orang Utans there on the Peninsular, other than the uncouth practice of delinquent and uneducated UMNO members who call each other such names. And you have merely borrowed our icon for your advertising purposes, when we remained under your colony. "Yes, You're Welcome".


The new National Anthem is to be determined by the people. And it must not be a copy of "Terang Bulan" or "Mamula Moon"; which Negaraku is copied from. And the New National Anthem must not sound like some Military March as if Hitler was in-charge or something. Make sure it sounds better, and more romantic than "America the Beautiful".

And now for housekeeping issues. Elections shall commence as soon as the new territories are drawn up. Each constituency shall comprise of circa 30,000 people give or take 20%. Unlike in Malaysia, where Putrajaya has 4,500, and Theresa Kok has 75,000 voters, all competing for the same voting power in Parliament. There shall be no such rubbish under New Borneo.

A new Oil Company called Borneo Petroleum Company (BPC) shall be responsible for all the oil procurement in this country. For the first 5 years under my tenure, 50% of all oil revenue will be equally distributed among the population regardless of race or creed. This new Drastic Economic Plan (DEP) is to ensure that poverty is completely eradicated once and for all. With the view that we catch up with the rest of the world. After-which, we will allow the forces of Laissez Faire take over. It will be a Free-Economy. There shall be no taxes for the next 20 years to spur creativity, businesses, and entrepreneurship. Foreign investors are however, still subject to Taxes, but this will in turn be fed directly for Healthcare purposes (see below).

The new currency shall be called the Borneo Dollar. It shall be pegged to the Singapore and Brunei  Dollar, over a linear slope over the next 5 years. One thought just occurred to me though, with Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak out of the picture now, should Malaysia be renamed Malaya? Just a thought... just a thought...

ALL illegal logging shall be banned. Anyone so much as cut down a tree shall be Jailed. However, we will  make tree-replanting compulsory, and the information shall be made public at all times. OSA, ISA, and so on, were dark chapters of our Colonized past. Never to be repeated. Sandakan, Kudat, KK, Miri, Bintulu, and Kuching shall be made Free Ports, and a new Naval Base will be set up in Lahad Datu to combat the terrorists streaming from the Sulu and Mindanao areas. On this note, I would like to stress that National Service will be in effect. And the Elite Forces shall be called "Borneo Rangers"; a Tribute to the past and Glorious "Sarawak Rangers". Nepalese Gurkha's, SAS, and US Marines will be brought in to train the rookies.

I leave the locals to decide what to do with Bakun (the fiasco) Damn Dam. The Damn Bakun Dam has caused irreversible damage to the environment. Not to mention the amount of corruption. And the 10,000 People, whose homes the Malaysian Government destroyed. The second damn dam lies in Bario. Where it worked for only 5 minutes the first day it was built. This came at a staggering cost of RM14 million for a small Hydroelectric Damn Dam. This was 14 years ago, and the Kelabits who live there stil do not have electricity, other than personal Generator sets.

Fuel, by the way was RM8.50 per litre in 2005. This is ridicuous. Especially for a state which produces oil. No longer will fuel in New Borneo be 20% more expensive than the Peninsular. Fuel will remain at ONE Borneo Dollar per litre for the next 20 years. However, during this time, we shall also explore other sustanable fuel alternatives. Such as Solar, and harnessing Wave-Technology to generate electricity. Petroleum based cars shall also be replaced by Electric Cars soon. New Borneo will host the Largest Electric Car Manufacturers in the World.

Schools shall be completely free. And New Universities shall be setup, and we will import the best lecturers and teachers from Harvard, Cambridge, Oxford, and the likes of such Ivy League Schools. There will be NO marking-on-a-curve. However, if you fail three times, you will be expelled from the Education system. You, the people of Borneo will have to be strong. You will have to be brave. In a meritocratic country, there is no safety-net to save your butt. If you fail, you will fail. (The unemployed will have to register with the Department. They will be given temporary Food Vouchers, but they must also show that they have gone for interviews, at least twice a week.) There will also be free Healthcare. Again, doctors will be imported from the best Medical Research Centers from France, Japan, and so on.

On the issue of religion, there shall be NO official Religion in Borneo. Religion is a personal belief, and should stay that way. No Government Official shall impose his religion on others. No one shall use his "religiosity" to circumvent academic achievements. Civil Servants will be Civil SERVANTS. They shall never be Civil LORDS like those in Malaysia. Again, three warnings, and you will be fired. Every Civil SERVANT works FOR the Public. NOT the other way around. Just like different family members living under the same roof having different religion, we, the People of New Borneo shall too. Ketuanan anything is illegal in New Borneo.

As the third Largest Island in the world, we strive to be the third largest Economy in the world. In principle, with the immediate distribution of 50% oil revenues, New Borneo achieves First World Status Overnight. (ok, maybe we need to build a few more infrastructures to qualify)

New Borneo is not interested in building Phallic monuments. She wants progress. She wants a future, and she definitely does not want glorified Space Tourists prancing around town. You want to be a Space Tourist? Go pay for it yourself. Don't use government (aka the people's money) to do it. After all, they have Budget-Space-Tours now.

Final word, the words "Bumiputra",  "Ketuanan" and "Race", with immediate effect are deemed "bad words". On par with other "bad words" like FUCK, Pukimak, and so on. Use sparingly; preferably not at all.

Thank You Ladies and Gentlemen, please have a good rest. Much merriment is in store for you, and enjoy your new Found Freedom.

God Bless New Borneo

Signed John Doe
New White Rajah

courtesy of malaysia-today.net


FROM TUN MUTAHIR TO TUN MAHATIR THE MALAYS WERE SODOMISED UP AND DOWN Melayu tak sedar diri — Awang Selamat

Posted: 03 Apr 2010 10:16 PM PDT

They're sneaky. They lie. They're evil. They think everyone else is an animal and therefore without souls. They're the most despicable people on the planet to say the least. These evil doers are behind Hollywood, the porn industry, race mixing,the homosexual agenda …. you name it … and they're the ones orchestrating it.

We sometimes think: why are we so greedy for land and property, why are we motivated by political desires?


A. Kugan, who died in police custody, screamed for help when experiencing breathing difficulties in January last year, the Sessions Court here heard today.
L/Cpl Mohd Sani Mohd Sarip, 42, who is attached to the serious crime unit of the Subang Jaya police headquarters, said he and other policemen present including Constable V.Navindran then rushed in the suspect's direction to render aid.
A. Kugan, who died in police custody, screamed for help when experiencing breathing difficulties in January last year, the Sessions Court here heard today.READMORE I wouldn't be surprised if Uthayakumar makes a play, .if Kugan was healthy and never experienced any injuries while in custody. all this injuries was the act of the the third foces ?

THIS MALAYU TANJUNG786 WITH DARA KLING

As long as this tyrant, Mahathir is till around, no Malaysian PM can run the country without his influence & meddling. He will always be a stone in their shoe.
Mahathir may have few regrets in his 22 years as the Prime Minister of Malaysia, but Malaysians have just one regret for 22 years – chosen Mahathir as their Prime Minister.
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Mahathir 'would throw people into jail without trial, but would also break down in public and weep'. — Reuters pic

Mahathir, flanked by Abdullah (right) and Najib, raise hands at the end of the Umno annual assembly in Kuala Lumpur on March 28, 2009. — Reuters pic

APRIL 3 —Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's favourite song is "My Way", the lugubrious anthem with a French melody and English lyrics by Paul Anka that was made famous by Frank Sinatra, who hated it. "Regrets, I've had a few / But then again, too few to mention," it goes.

Mahathir's regrets do indeed remain too few to mention. In Barry Wain's new biography, "Malaysian Maverick: Mahathir Mohamad in Turbulent Times" (Palgrave Macmillan), we are reminded of how intriguing and pugnacious a figure we have lost from the front lines of regional and global politics.

Malaysia's former prime minister is no longer causing such strife for Australia as he once did in his full, resplendent recalcitrance. But he remains constantly in the public eye at home, where he has become an insatiable blogger, in a mix of English and Malay, stirring trouble for his successors.

Mahathir is a bundle of contradictions, according to Wain, who brings the complexity of the character alive through layers of convincing and meticulous detail.

He has been simultaneously "a Malay champion who was the Malays' fiercest critic and an ally of Chinese-Malaysian businessmen; a tireless campaigner against Western economic domination who assiduously courted American and European capitalists; a blunt, combative individual who extolled the virtues of consensual Asian values".

Wain is an important Australian media figure in Asia, having worked in the region for 37 years, chiefly for The Wall Street Journal Asia, of which he became editor, and the late, much lamented Far Eastern Economic Review. He shifted to Asia after a promising career in Australia, where he worked for the Nine Network, the ABC andThe Australian.

Wain is now writer in residence at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore. His book has topped the bestseller lists in Singapore, where it rapidly sold out three printings and is in its fourth. The Malaysian Home Affairs Ministry is more circumspect, not sure whether to permit its publication there.

No matter: large numbers are being carried into the country anyway, including by Malaysians returning home over the Causeway from visits to Singapore.

Wain interviewed Mahathir three times for the book, although it is by no means an authorised biography in the sense of being initiated by the Malaysian maverick who "delighted in bucking the system and opting for the unconventional course, especially if told he could not, or should not".

The author adds: "Even while exercising tight political control, Mahathir never embraced the Malaysian establishment, preferring to try [to] create a new social and political order more to his liking."

Wain says he was attracted to Mahathir as a subject because he is "one of the most outstanding and fascinating leaders of Southeast Asia since World War II. A person with really strong ideas.

"He became a doctor to gain a professional qualification to gain standing as a young person in the Malay community in order to go into politics. He evolved into a spokesman for the Third World and on Islamic issues, one who fitted into a pattern of authoritarian leaders who included Lee Kuan Yew, Ferdinand Marcos and Suharto. He is a bundle of contradictions." Wain says Mahathir is a relatively softly spoken person one who stressed at home the traditional and religious values that had been drummed into him.

He and his wife, Siti Hasmah — a doctor who was his first girlfriend — had four children, then adopted three more when they were in their late 50s.

His grandfather, or possibly great-grandfather, had come from India, and his father, Mohamad Iskandar, was a Penang Malay, a locally-born Muslim with Indian ancestry. Mahathir grew up the youngest of nine children in Alor Star, in a lower middle-class family of battlers. He was precociously obstinate, Wain says.

Later, as national leader, "he would throw people into jail without trial, but would also break down in public and weep".

"Neither was put on," he says, "although his opponents would say, give him an Oscar.

"He had an ability to compartmentalise things. He never discussed politics at home. After a momentous day, the family would have to watch TV or read the newspapers to see what had happened."

But there was nothing nuanced or ambivalent about his views of Australia. Several variations have circulated through the years, but Wain has unearthed what is likely to remain the definitive version.

Mahathir was invited to visit Australia under a programme that is still in place and that many countries run: rising stars are spotted by embassies abroad and taken on an all-expenses-paid tour intended to instil a friendly, informed understanding of the country. But he lost his parliamentary seat in the watershed 1969 elections that resulted in seat gains for a largely Chinese opposition party and precipitated Malay-Chinese race riots, and soon afterwards — a few days before he was due to leave — the Australians postponed the visit, citing variously a lack of funds and an overloaded visitor programme.

Mahathir 'would throw people into jail without trial, but would also break down in public and weep'. — Reuters pic

He believed it was because of his political failure, which also involved him being expelled for a time from the dominant Umno. Mahathir said he was hurt. Two years later, he paid his own way to a seminar at Monash University in Melbourne and was then invited by the government to visit Canberra, "only to find the official hospitality in the capital as bleak as the wintry weather", Wain says.

"An embarrassed junior official tried to save the occasion on his own initiative by hosting a dinner for Dr Mahathir."

On his only official visit, in 1984, Wain writes, "he was immensely sympathetic to Prime Minister Bob Hawke, who broke down and wept during their meeting, having just learned of his daughter's potentially fatal drug addiction".

"Responding both as a fellow patient and doctor, Dr Mahathir went to considerable lengths to get information that he thought might help the Hawke family. But politics was something else."

He responded to Australian MPs who complained about detentions without trial: "Please concentrate on fair treatment for the Aborigines and Asians in your midst, and leave us alone."

At various times he delivered a stream of caustic comments while hosting a state dinner in Kuala Lumpur for Malcolm Fraser and complained that Hawke's description of the execution of two drug dealers as "barbaric" applied to the entire Malaysian population. He lambasted Paul Keating for calling him "recalcitrant" for not attending the first Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation leaders' summit. And he attacked John Howard for expressing concern over his former deputy Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's first arrest and trials. Tensions are inevitable, says Wain: "He's a prickly character, and Australians are outspoken."

Mahathir introduced the affirmative action Bumiputera scheme to privilege Malays. Foreign investors flocked in even as he lambasted the West. "This time of easy money masked a lot of problems, though," Wain says.

Now confidence has drained away and Malaysians are not investing in their own country. Mahathir doesn't say his affirmative action politics was wrong but berates Malays for failing to seize the opportunities they have been given to get ahead. Umno has ruled the country for more than 50 years, since soon after independence from Britain. Wain says Mahathir turned it into one of Malaysia's biggest business conglomerates.

Since the worldwide resurgence of Islam, Umno also has been steadily bidding on religious values against the main opposition PAS.

As a result, Wain says, it has become more extremist than PAS on some issues; for instance, Umno, unlike PAS, opposes the use by Christians of Allah for God, a usage that pre-dates Islam on the Arabian peninsula but one that has sparked riots and violence in Malaysia.

In part because of its state-sponsored religious surge, and also because of its economic slump, "the country is in a lot more trouble now than most people realise", Wain says.

"But at the government level Malaysia is so inward looking, it hasn't noticed this decline compared with other countries, such as neighbouring Indonesia." Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, who replaced Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, the successor whom Mahathir worked hard and successfully to undermine, understands the problems and talks up inclusiveness and reform, Wain says. "But at the same time, parts of his own party, Umno, are spewing vitriol against other races and religions."

The police and judicial process is also under a cloud of suspicion.

Teoh Beng Hock, 30, an aide in the opposition party led by Anwar — who was dramatically ousted as Mahathir's deputy and is facing fresh sodomy charges — was interrogated on the 14th floor of a building in Selangor by officers in the anti-corruption commission for nine hours in connection with claims that his boss acted improperly over the purchase of RM2,500 flags. His body was found at the base of the building the next day. He was to have been married that day. The coroner's finding was, bizarrely, simply "sudden death". No charges have been laid, months later.

Malaysia inherited functioning institutions from Britain. But, Wain writes, "apart from turning Umno into a powerful patronage machine that eventually slipped from his grasp, leaving the party singularly ill-equipped to face a globalising future, Dr Mahathir cut Malaysia adrift institutionally", emasculating institutions so he would meet no obstruction, creating a culture that rewarded only obedience. He says Malaysia has escaped much of the scrutiny to which it might have been subjected in recent years because of the succession of dramatic events in neighbouring Indonesia and Thailand.

When he was living in Malaysia in the 1970s and 80s, Wain says, "the country was always doing better than people said in public. Now it's just the opposite."

Mahathir's timing, in other words, was impeccable. He quit in 2003 while the going was good, a very rare attribute in a national leader, especially one so long in office, 22 years in his case.

Now, as a crucial piece of unfinished business from the Mahathir epoch, Umno remains engaged in what Wain describes as "a life-and-death struggle with the forces of reform, skilfully marshalled by the articulate and resurgent Anwar Ibrahim".

This struggle has already disposed of Abdullah, "jerked in all directions until he was thrown out". Now Najib is trying to ride the tiger, with Mahathir jeering from the sidelines, still championing the claimed Asian way, but most of all his way. — The Australian



Remembering Dad (Stephen Kalong Ningkan)

Posted: 03 Apr 2010 10:09 PM PDT

PAUL SIR WRITES: Diana Ningkan, daughter of Stephen Kalong Ningkan, contacted me last week, asking whether I could write an article in memory of his late father on the 13th anniversary of his passing on March 31.

She said she still missed her dad so much even after all these years and would appreciate a little public recognition of his services to the state and nation again. This was Daddy's girl.

It would be good as a history lesson for the younger generation too, she said, as her father had played a prominent role in the early years of Sarawak's independence and the formation of Malaysia.

Indeed, there is something which history could never take away from Stephen Kalong Ningkan. It will always be recorded that this great Iban warrior from Betong was the first Chief Minister of Sarawak.

Diana said she wanted me to write because I was a family friend and that "my father used to favour you when he was alive." Probably she meant that since I knew her dad so well and was close to him in the final years of his life, I was a suitable candidate to pen a tribute to him.

But then I thought that the best person to invoke wonderful memories of a departed loved one would be a family member. Who else would know a man better than his wife or children.

So I suggested to Diana to write the article herself with the title "Remembering Dad" for publication in this column in the Borneo Post today.

Diana got down to work immediately and sent me this article the next day.

This is Stephen Kalong Ningkan as his daughter, Diana, saw and remembered him.

REMEMBERING DAD, TAN SRI DATUK AMAR STEPHEN KALONG NINGKAN ((20th August 1920 – 31st March 1997)

"Loving And Kind In All His Ways
Upright And Just To The End Of His Days
Sincere And True In Heart And Mind
A Beautiful Memory Left Behind"


Stephen Kalong Ningkan was undeniably a born leader, full of charisma with the charms of a man who could entice the deadliest of foe to be his friend. Strong-willed and full of determination and most of all courage, none would have been so brave as to take on the Federal Government of his time to court over what he deemed as injustice – not to him alone but to the people of Sarawak. The premature termination of his post as chief minister of Sarawak in 1966 did not break his spirit but instead he marched on, though wounded, to lead his beloved Sarawak National Party (SNAP).

It was not easy to have a great man like Stephen Kalong Ningkan as a father for he was seldom around when we were growing up. He was more like an elusive figure whom you fear but also deeply admire and respect.
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Stephen Kalong Ningkan, Chief Minister of Sarawak 1963-1966
 
Dad was a visionary who foresaw the unification of the numerous races in Sarawak through the formation of SNAP. The power he exudes was immense and seldom was those who got to know him personally not affected by his magnetic personality and then far-fetched ideas. His downfall was partly due to  this way-off mental attitude that was far too advanced for many of his time.

 Dad had a colourful life from an early age with a 'mixed family' to match. A son of a farmer born in Buloh Antu, Betong, Saribas (home of the late Orang Kaya Nanang), he had a diverse background – both fascinating and strange to those who have known him and his family.

Dad was only six years old in 1926 when his grandfather Mok Bak Seng took him to China for a few years. His grandfather was born in Namhoi, Kwangtung Province, China in 1870 and wanted him to learn the culture and the way of life there. His grandfather believed he had better opportunities in Sarawak then living in China and thus they both returned and stayed a while in Bau. This man whom Dad admired died on 20th October 1963, a few months after Dad took office as the first Chief Minister of Sarawak.

Dad got his early education in St Augustine's School, Betong and he part-timed as a teacher during his senior years. After completing his studies, he worked as a Rubber Fund Clerk from 1938-1939. He resigned to join the Sarawak Constabulary from 1940-1946. He said he learned discipline in the Police Force and passed his Inspector's course in Kuala Lumpur in 1940. He was a Police Inspector when the Japanese landed in Sarawak in 1942. He was made the officer-in-charge of criminal investigations and there were Japanese working with him then, but they were unlike the ruthless "Kempitai" group. Dad managed to learn the Japanese language from his Japanese 'colleagues'.

He taught my youngest brother Gerald and I several Japanese songs he learnt back then. "Kuni No Hana" (Flower Of The Nation) was one of his favourites. He could be heard singing this song or his all time special "Terang Bulan" during various government or family functions. Dad loved to sing and dance and he taught this great passion of his to me. The lyric for "Terang Bulan" is engraved at the back of Dad's tombstone.

In 1944, he was transferred to Jesselton (now Kota Kinabalu) on secondment for six months where he joined the underground movement, the Service Reconnaissance Department as a Lieutenant. He recalled how a group of them had to trek from Jesselton to Sibu when the Allied troops landed in Sarawak.

After the war, Dad became a teacher at his former school in Betong from 1947-1950. It was during this time that Dad first became politically conscious. He had wanted to form a Dayak Association as during this time, political activities in Sarawak were increasing. His association did not materialise as the then district officer discouraged the idea.

Disappointed, Dad left Betong to join Shell's hospital in Kuala Belait, Brunei from 1950 to 1961 and he obtained a certificate of proficiency in Nursing and became a Hospital Assistant. During those times, Dad pursued higher education, passed his matriculation test and took up law via correspondence from Regent Institute and Metropolitan College at St Albans, London respectively. 
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Receiving then DPM Tun Abdul Razak in Kuching in 1966
 
Dad's Dayak Association took shape during this time and he became the honorary secretary of Shell Dayak Club from 1955-1956 and 1958-1960. His dream was almost fulfilled when he became the founding president of Dayak Association of Brunei form 1958-1960.

However, in 1961, with a law degree within his grasp (in his third year), some of the Dayak leaders had a political awakening and he was approached as the most suitable person to set up a political party. With his knowledge and experience, Dad was prepared when his father with a group of Dayak leaders went to Kuala Belait to persuade him. By then, the Chinese had set up their Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP) in 1959 and the Malays had formed Party Negara Sarawak (Panas) in 1960. Dad had to forgo his studies and left his job in Kuala Belait to return to Sarawak.

Dad had his regrets about not being a lawyer and used to say that "I was almost a lawyer but I had to be the first chief minister of Sarawak instead. I felt politics was more important and I consulted a few British officials - one of them was the then Governor of Sarawak, Sir Anthony Waddel. He told me that it was high time and the British encouraged us. In fact they were the ones who wanted us to form a political party".

SNAP came into existence on 10th April 1961 and Dad was the prime mover, secretary-general from 1961-1964 and its president from 1964-1975. Dad insisted that the party formed be multi-racial (his background helped him to make this decision having had a Chinese grandfather and many friends of various races). He said, "I do not want the party to be racial. I wanted a multi-racial party. After all, this is a multi-racial country and it is better if we could mix every Tom, Dick and Harry".

MY GRANDMOTHER

My grandmother, Kuni ak Karong was the light in my father's life. He stayed close to his mother after his parents' divorce. Unfortunately, the mother whom he loved very dearly died of stomach complications on 14th June 1969 at the age of 68. For years after her death, Dad would be teary whenever he recalled memories of his beloved mother. His fondness for her was immeasurable – he visited her grave at St Augustine's churchyard often whenever he was in Betong. 

I believe there was a happy reunion in heaven the day my father passed away. An aeroplane passed through the clouds the day we buried Dad and I could have sworn that I saw him dancing in the clouds. At last he is free and happy to be reunited with his beloved mother.

Nowadays, whenever I get the chance to return to my hometown, I would visit Grandma's grave and place flowers there since I was her favourite and the one whom she took care of when Mum was involved in an auto accident the year I was born. This is the only way I could pay tribute to a great lady who loved to sing and play the accordion (maybe that is where I got my musical talent from).

MY GRANDFATHER

On that fateful Sunday night, 27th June 1965, Indonesian infiltrators with the help of internal communists attacked the 18th Mile Police Station killing six civilians and two police officers.
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With leaders of Commonwealth nations in London in 1964. Ningkan is at right.
 
One of the police officers was a Sergeant Simon Peter Ningkan, my father's youngest brother. It was later revealed that the main target was Stephen Kalong Ningkan, who was supposed to be at that location.

My father however did not keep his appointment on this fateful day and changed his plans at the last hour due to his father's (Ningkan ak Igam) dream. My grandfather had a terrible dream the night before and forbade him to go anywhere that day. My grandfather's ailing health decided my father's fate for he stayed by his father's bedside most of the day.

Indeed, Dad believed that he was saved from this unfortunate incident due to his father's dream and had told this story many times to those who knew him. My grandfather was an exceptional man who had managed to finish his high school education at St Thomas Secondary School in Kuching. At that time was a great accomplishment. He was the man who helped pushed dad to take up politics when initially all Dad wanted was to be a lawyer. A wise move on the part of a wise father.

In the excerpt of Dad's message broadcasted over Radio Malaysia (Sarawak) on the following night, he said: 
"We shall seek out and destroy our enemy where we find him and we will mete out to those few disloyal people in our community the punishment they deserve. Acts of terrorism belong to uncivilized people: they have no place in the life of Sarawak and Malaysia".

FASCINATION WITH P RAMLEE

In Dad's diary dated Thursday 1st January 1959, he went to see "Sgt. Hassan" from 6.30-8.30 pm at Kuala Belait Theatre. His fascination for P Ramlee had begun then. "Sgt.Hassan" is one of his favorites of the late Tan Sri P Ramlee's movies. When he became chief minister, Ahmad Nawab told me in 1987 that Dad sometimes invited Saloma, P.Ramlee, himself and other 'stars' to have dinner with him when he was in Kuala Lumpur. These two great men were famous in their own arena – one on the great screen and one in politics. 
Though gone, these two Tan Sri's will forever be remembered by those who have been touched by them – their charisma and their magnetism.

DAD'S FINAL DAYS

Dad was already at peace with his past and the family could see that after several stays at Normah Medical Specialist Centre (NMSC) on his final day. The knowledge that the end was near did not soften the pain when Dad died on the evening of 31 March 1997. It was like an epiphany, on the Good Friday before Dad died, the roof of his VIP bedroom at NMSC leaked and his forehead was soaked with rain water, like a second baptism.

Dad died peacefully on Easter Monday and his funeral was held at St Thomas' Cathedral, with friends from overseas and all over Malaysia who came to pay their last respects. His gravesite at the Anglican Cemetery, Jalan Batu Kitang was covered with hundreds of beautiful wreaths that flooded to the other graves. A beautiful tribute indeed!

Dad is missed so much and this past 13 years, not a day goes by that he is not on my family's mind and his memory will be cherished forever. We miss his jokes and his infectious laughter. May his soul rest in peace.

In conclusion, let me quote from James Wong Kim Ming, one of Dad's closest comrades and friends who was later to succeed Dad as president of SNAP.

"There can be no future without a past and without the great contribution of people like Tan Sri Datuk Amar Stephen Kalong Ningkan, leaving their footsteps in the sands of time – Sarawak will not be the happy and prosperous country that it is today." - Datuk Amar James Wong Kim Min (2nd December 1992)

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This article was published in the Borneo Post today and is reproduced here with permission. Courtesy of Malaysian Mirror


Palanivel the BN man for Hulu Selangor?

Posted: 03 Apr 2010 10:01 PM PDT

BN will "most probably" field a candidate from MIC for the Hulu Selangor parliamentary by-election, said Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin.

Muhyiddin, who is the BN deputy chairman, said the coalition had its own formula to determine the candidate.

What was important was consensus among BN component parties, he added.

"Most probably it will be given to MIC taking into consideration that it is an MIC seat. But the decision is with BN chairman Najib Razak," he told reporters after opening the Juara Rakyat programme and handing over of the inaugural compassionate payment in Machang, Kelantan.

He was asked to comment on the proposal by MIC president S Samy Vellu that MIC deputy president G Palanivel be fielded to represent the BN in the by-election.

Palanivel was the four-term member of parliament for the area from 1990 until his defeat in the 12th general election in 2008.

The by-election follows the death of incumbent Dr Zainal Abidin Ahmad of PKR.

Nomination day is April 17, while polling is on April 25.

All views will be considered

Muhyiddin said the BN would take into consideration the people's sentiment in determining the candidate.

He said overlapping of requests was normal in an election but in principle, the area was an MIC seat.

The important thing, he said, was the campaign strategy to win back the people's support.

He said the BN was familiar with the opposition's campaign tactics and was better prepared to face the by-election.

"We have the strategy, that's important. Each vote is important for us," he said.
Bernama


No sorry for Perkasa, BN Chinese leaders say

Posted: 03 Apr 2010 09:49 PM PDT


Teng and Low say Perkasa's ideology was incompatible with Najib's 1 Malaysia. — file pic
Two ethnic Chinese Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders have openly snubbed Perkasa Youth's demand for an apology, continuing instead to criticise the Malay rights group by saying that its struggles were not in line with the prime minister's 1 Malaysia concept.
Penang Gerakan chief Datuk Teng Hock Nan and MCA deputy secretary Low Chew June, who locked horns with the right-wing group when they labelled them "racists", told The Malaysian Insider today that they refused to apologise for their statements.

Perkasa Youth chief Arman Azha Abu Hanifah had called on the duo to apologise within 48 hours from Friday, following their criticisms on the non-governmental organisation's inaugural congress last Saturday.

Arman had claimed that failure to do so meant the two were in total disrespect of former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, who has granted his patronage of the group, as well as the Federal Constitution, which Perkasa claims to uphold.

"That is nonsense. I will not apologise. I do not want people to misuse the Constitution at their whims and fancies.

"They (Perkasa) are not here to unite the races, they are here to segregate everyone," said Low, when contacted.

He insisted on sticking to his stand that Perkasa was just hampering Datuk Seri Najib Razak's 1 Malaysia concept, which calls for equal opportunity for all.

"In this concept, we need more open-minded leaders; not leaders who emphasise on one race. We should emphasise on having fair and square policies for all the races... it should not be about Malay, Chinese or Indian, it should be about Malaysians," he said.

Low also lambasted Perkasa leader Ibrahim Ali for flashing the "keris" (traditional Malay dagger) during the group's congress, saying that the act did not carry a positive connotation.

"All this waving of the keris is not a good thing. Even Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein's similar act had a negative impact on the community," he said.

Low also claimed that Najib himself was not supportive of the movement's imbalanced views, as they failed to reflect the premier's wish to promote racial unity and harmony.
1 Malaysia calls for equal opportunity for all, says Teng. — file pic
 
"I don't think the prime minister wants this. In fact, this is very disrespectful to Najib's 1 Malaysia concept. 
 
Perkasa should apologise to Najib because they are destroying his good concept," he said.
Teng concurred with Low, saying that when Perkasa emphasised so extensively on fears felt by the Malays that the Chinese would soon take over, it proved that they were not in full comprehension of what 1
Malaysia stood for.


"As a senior politician, I would like to advise everyone to work towards the commonality of all, rather than to focus on conflicts. We must work in line with what the BN and the government is trying so hard to do — to promote the 1 Malaysia platform.

"Once they (Perkasa) can understand the true meaning of 1 Malaysia, the question of asking me or whomever to apologise and threatening to pressure my party to sack me, does not arise.

"My sacking would merely become a drop of blue ink in the ocean," Teng told The Malaysian Insider this morning.

He added that by embarking on the stand that the Malays were threatened by the Chinese, Perkasa was merely creating mistrust and suspicion between the races and Gerakan would never accept that.

"Perkasa is campaigning for the rights of the Malays, the rights of the Bumiputeras, the special position of the Malay rulers and Islam as the official religion, as enshrined in the Federal Constitution.

"I believe no one has ever questioned those rights. But the statements that they made during their congress can easily be perceived by the non-Malay Malaysians as subjects that are banking on extremely divisive racial lines.

"Gerakan, as a multiracial party, believes in moderation, and we abhor any form of extremism, whether or not it is coming from a political party or an NGO or an individual," said Teng.

He reminded Perkasa that while Article 153 of the Federal Constitution spoke of Malay's special rights and the social contract, subsections 7 and 8 also stipulates that all Malaysians, regardless of race or religion are protected by the Constitution.

"Furthermore, Article 8 (2) speaks on how no Malaysian can be discriminated on, based on race or religion.
Hence, this means that all Malaysians who love the country must put aside their personal or vested agendas and work towards the commonalities they can find in our diversity — promote similarities rather than conflict.

"Anyone who says that one race is threatening the other or one race is more superior to the other, is promoting extremism," he said.
The prime minister has described Perkasa as "not so extreme".—file pic
 
The present verbal sparring between the non-Malay parties of the BN and Perkasa indicates the mounting pressure on the prime minister to quickly choose the path he wants to follow or face a backlash in the near future.
On the one hand, Najib had already openly accepted the group when he claimed in an interview that Perkasa was "not so extreme" and pointed out that the group still believed in Umno's abilities to run the country.

On the other, Najib's defence of Perkasa would likely also face heavy criticism from his non-Muslim counterparts in the BN.

Opposition leaders yesterday pointed out that Najib had fallen into a Catch-22 situation and would very soon have to find a way out of the dilemma.

"The question that all Malaysians want answered now is whether Najib plans to stick by his concept and take middle ground or succumb to the pressures of Perkasa," DAP stalwart Lim Kit Siang had said.

courtesy of Malaysian Insider


Rakyat needs to send clear message to WOMANISER Najib AND SEX DOC that it cannot continue to get away with widespread corruption and racism.

Posted: 03 Apr 2010 09:31 PM PDT

They're sneaky. They lie. They're evil. They think everyone else is an animal and therefore without souls. They're the most despicable people on the planet to say the least. These evil doers are behind Hollywood, the porn industry, race mixing,the homosexual agenda …. you name it … and they're the ones orchestrating it.

We sometimes think: why are we so greedy for land and property, why are we motivated by political desires?

If you thought men's sexual response is quite simple and their needs can be met easily, then you certainly need to revise your knowledge of the "birds and bees," for men aren't as simple as they are made out to be.

According to Fox News, here are 10 things that you didn't know about men and sex:

1. Trapped Sperm
Not all sperm go racing for the egg at once. Once sperm has been deposited into the vaginal canal, some of them are temporarily trapped in a semen coagulate or clot. Eventually, they are decoagulated by enzymes, which set them free to swim about a female''s reproductive system. This clotting, according to scientists, is meant to pace the release of sperm into the uterus, increasing the chance that one of these sperms will reach the egg and fertilise it.

2. Oxytocin affects males too
It is believed that oxytocin affects females during sex (and breast-feeding). But this cuddle hormone, released by both sexes during intimacy, is also found to influence males. Research from Switzerland found that oxytocin is associated with increased feelings of trust in males.

3. High testosterone = Less sex
While higher testosterone levels is typically considered a good thing for men when it comes to their sex drive, still researchers continually found that males with higher testosterone levels marry less often, are more abusive in their marriages and divorce more regularly. In fact, married men see more action than single men.

4. Death during sex has a prototype
While examining the incidence of death during sex, a 1975 study discovered a unique pattern in males: the "deceased is usually married; he is not with a spouse and in unfamiliar surroundings," and death usually occurs after "a big meal with alcohol." Another study in 1989 found further evidence supporting the extramarital sex bit. Fourteen of the 20 cases of "la mort d"amour," or coital death, happened during an affair.

Some people have inherent special qualities that enable them to master all situations. Such individuals can, when they come to a gathering, win the hearts and minds of people simply by making an appearance there. It is said of them: "They came, they saw, they conquered."

This kind of ability to win love is not the monopoly of extraordinary people. Any ordinary person also can win the hearts and minds of people, provided he knows the law of nature and can avail of it by the power known as the power of spirituality.

According to the Creation Plan of God, all human beings have two different qualities: ego and conscience. The ego symbolises arrogance, and the conscience, modesty. For instance, there could be a difference of opinion between two individuals, A and B. A might enter into a heated exchange, refusing to give B due respect and honour. This kind of behaviour is bound to provoke B, who might try to teach A a lesson. A psychologist offers this analysis: "When one's ego is touched, it turns into super ego and the result is breakdown."

In this case A presented a challenge to B and B's ego gained the upper hand due to arrogance. On the other hand, if, instead of getting provoked and acting out of ego, had B had opted for a compromise, or if A had restrained himself from provoking B in the first place, there would be no conflict.

In all likelihood, greater understanding would enable better relations between A and B; they would no longer be rivals bent on outdoing the other. There is scope for friendship now where earlier, there was only ill feeling. When one's conscience is touched, it turns into super conscience and the result is complete surrender.

This formula is within our reach, and can be used quite successfully. However there are certain risks involved.

There is every possibility that in a sensitive situation where the ego is involved, the other person becomes even more arrogant. He will react more aggressively. He will be more dangerous than before. But that is only if you allow the ego to become your master. The ego is a bad master but a good servant. Fear of a situation arising in which one is completely directed by the ego is unfounded, because when the ego gains predominance it is because of ignorance of the power of nature, or more precisely, the power of spirituality. So all one needs to do is to try and be less ignorant; to learn how to think positive and keep one's ego under control.

According to nature if you challenge someone's ego, your success is doubtful but when you challenge someone's conscience, then your success is guaranteed by nature.

People generally know the power of fighting but a wise man will tell you that the power of spirituality is greater than the power of either ego or conscience. At the time of a controversy, if you choose to fight, you will need arms but when you opt for the spiritual method, you don't need any arms. The power of positive behaviour can triumph over the power of negativity, while the power of negativity cannot win anything — it can only lead to destruction.

The choice is ours: To opt for positive, peaceful methods to create better understanding and oneness, thereby contributing to universal togetherness with compassion and surrender or to take a combative stand, giving the ego a free hand, causing unhappiness all around.

Source: www.GutterUncensored.com

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Oh my God! Of His Many Mistresses In Parking Lot

Posted: 03 Apr 2010 08:14 PM PDT

One of the better stories about Tiger's infidelity comes today by way of Vanity Fair. They are running a story called "The Temptation of Tiger Woods" where a bunch of his friends/whores come out and call him a pervert. Alongside stories of playing 30 grand a hand with Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley in Vegas, being cheap with his mistresses and his late father also being a womanizer, is a story of Mindy Lawton who said The National Enquirer caught her having period sex with Tiger Woods and kept her bloody tampon as proof. Just when you thought he hit rock bottom four of Tiger Woods' mistresses, including Loredana Jolie (pictured above), appear in the May issue of Vanity Fair who obviously knew the right amount of money to make them sing like penis-loving canaries. Jolie says Tiger Woods made her rip out her tampon for sex and I bet he didn't use a rubber. Here… Read this while I go vomit.

On Mindy Lawton's tampon ratting him out:

Mindy Lawton says she met Woods for one rendezvous at 5:30 in the morning, before he had to leave for a golf tournament. Although she was menstruating, he insisted on having sex with her, but when the key card to access his office didn't work, he drove to a nearby parking lot, where they had sex in his car. After they left, Lawton claims, reporters from The National Enquirer, who had been following her, picked up the tampon she had dropped in the parking lot, and later threatened to use it as part of a story exposing Woods's infidelity.

When the tabloid contacted one of Lawton's relatives, Lawton texted Tiger in a panic, and he put her in touch with Mark Steinberg. "That's when their brush-under-the-rug, the cover-up, happened," Lawton says, referring to a deal that the Enquirer allegedly made with Tiger's handlers to hold the adultery story in exchange for Woods's giving an exclusive interview to its sister publication Men's Fitness. (A spokesperson for The National Enquirer denies that the paper held the Lawton story in exchange for an exclusive on Tiger.)

On Tiger's gambling buddies:

"When Tiger showed up in Vegas, he was always with Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley," according to Las Vegas Review-Journal columnist Norm Clarke. Years earlier, however, John Merchant had warned Woods to avoid Jordan and Barkley, saying of Jordan, "Stay away from that son of a bitch, because he doesn't have anything to offer to the fucking world in which he lives except playing basketball." Merchant adds, "Are they his black role models? You've got to be kidding me."

On knowing how to treat a lady:

Mindy Lawton says the only thing he ever bought for her was a chicken wrap from Subway (he was stopping there on his way to meet her).


First of all, who throws a bloody tampon in a parking lot? Trash cans were made for a reason. Second, Tiger must be horny all the time. I will be surprised if he doesn't have sex with random women while playing golf at the Masters. If it wasn't for the looming threat of a golf club to the face, he would probably hump every woman within five seconds of meeting them. Whenever it seems that nothing else related to Tiger Woods and his scandalous affairs can shock, something always seems to come out of the woodwork and do just that.




This is Karma take note ROSMA , Wife Naughty Pictures Lucie and Martin sharing their kinky sex life with like minded people YOU!REMBEMBER DEEPAK WE HAVE THE ACT ALL WITH US

Posted: 03 Apr 2010 07:12 PM PDT

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Whichever way you have 'become', you have only created and cultivated a small part of it consciously.
A large part of you is unconscious because most of what you perceive is not in your awareness. Sense perception is like that – everything that goes in through your sense organs gets established in your system to be remembered forever. This is karma. Every impression that the five sense organs take in is stored. This is not against you; this information is useful. If you clean up all this information, you will not know how to handle even the simplest aspects of life.
It is only because the information is coming in such torrents, it is so complex, and most of it goes into you without your consciousness so it has become a problem. How you became the way you are is just a tendency that you developed because of the information you gathered. This tendency is traditionally called vasana. It is like a smell. Whatever is there in maximum quantity is the kind of smell you experience. Because you produce this kind of smell, a certain type of life moves towards you, and you also tend to move in that direction.
Now, you use perfume to cover the smell. In the first meeting, people may get deceived. The moment they notice the stink, they are going to run away. Is that the way to live?
So it doesn't matter what impressions you have gathered, what you make of it is in your hands. An unpleasant experience is carried by most like a badge, always talking about it. "This happened; somebody did this to me, that's why i'm like this." They try to cover all their unpleasantness with this one badge.
One basic symbolism in yoga and Indian spirituality has always been a lotus. This is essentially because a lotus grows best wherever there is dirt. Either you can resist the dirt; you can become the dirt, or transform it into a wonderful blossom. It's your choice.
If unpleasant things have happened to you, it is all the more important that you turn wiser and more beautiful as quick as possible, because you know the pain of unpleasantness. If unpleasant things have happened, all you have to do is see how such things do not happen again to you or to those around you. Whatever you are right now is your own creation, perhaps an unconscious one. Unconscious processing of your impressions has landed you where you are now. If you consciously process the impressions, you could turn them into something else.
To drop your vasanas, and get released from these tendencies is an endless work because in the process you may end up creating more karma. So, instead of trying to erase the smell, you need to distance yourself from the source.
Whatever the nature of karma, the recording mechanisms are only two – your body and mind. If you create little space between you and your physical body and mental structure, then whatever the karma, or vasanas, they have no impact on you. Then, they just die.
The choice is yours – you could be a victim, a spectator, or the master of your life.
When East meets West things can get a little naughty. LOL…. Received an anonymous email with a shitload of pictures of this kinky Asian – Caucasian couple. From what I can tell, the pictures were uploaded by the couple themselves to a popular photo sharing site. Their names are Martin and Lucie and they are swingers. Here is an excerpt from the email with the subject line "SINGAPORE Wife"and sample pics:
I found a great set of photos of a SIGAPORE hottie married to a foreigner. About 500+ photos..
Here are the details:
We are couple, living in SINGAPORE. He: in early 40s, white, she: in late 20s Chinese.
As a couple, we've been through a lot together and nothing seems to break us apart. We are very sexually active and, even though, experimented with different people and variety of other sex games, still enjoy company of ourselves more than anything else. However, we really like watching other people having sex, love watching porn, love watching other people watching our pictures and videos. This makes us feel alive and actually in love with each other and the world.
Okay, 497 pictures were received so this is going to be a 5 part series. And here is the first 100 to get started! Click on pictures to enlarge.

This is Karma take note ROSMAMA , Wife Naughty Pictures Lucie and Martin sharing their kinky sex life with like minded people YOU!REMBEMBER DEEPAK WE HAVE THE ACT
Whichever way you have 'become', you have only created and cultivated a small part of it consciously.
A large part of you is unconscious because most of what you perceive is not in your awareness. Sense perception is like that – everything that goes in through your sense organs gets established in your system to be remembered forever. This is karma. Every impression that the five sense organs take in is stored. This is not against you; this information is useful. If you clean up all this information, you will not know how to handle even the simplest aspects of life.
It is only because the information is coming in such torrents, it is so complex, and most of it goes into you without your consciousness so it has become a problem. How you became the way you are is just a tendency that you developed because of the information you gathered. This tendency is traditionally called vasana. It is like a smell. Whatever is there in maximum quantity is the kind of smell you experience. Because you produce this kind of smell, a certain type of life moves towards you, and you also tend to move in that direction.
Now, you use perfume to cover the smell. In the first meeting, people may get deceived. The moment they notice the stink, they are going to run away. Is that the way to live?
So it doesn't matter what impressions you have gathered, what you make of it is in your hands. An unpleasant experience is carried by most like a badge, always talking about it. "This happened; somebody did this to me, that's why i'm like this." They try to cover all their unpleasantness with this one badge.
One basic symbolism in yoga and Indian spirituality has always been a lotus. This is essentially because a lotus grows best wherever there is dirt. Either you can resist the dirt; you can become the dirt, or transform it into a wonderful blossom. It's your choice.
If unpleasant things have happened to you, it is all the more important that you turn wiser and more beautiful as quick as possible, because you know the pain of unpleasantness. If unpleasant things have happened, all you have to do is see how such things do not happen again to you or to those around you. Whatever you are right now is your own creation, perhaps an unconscious one. Unconscious processing of your impressions has landed you where you are now. If you consciously process the impressions, you could turn them into something else.
To drop your vasanas, and get released from these tendencies is an endless work because in the process you may end up creating more karma. So, instead of trying to erase the smell, you need to distance yourself from the source.
Whatever the nature of karma, the recording mechanisms are only two – your body and mind. If you create little space between you and your physical body and mental structure, then whatever the karma, or vasanas, they have no impact on you. Then, they just die.
The choice is yours – you could be a victim, a spectator, or the master of your life.

When East meets West things can get a little naughty. LOL…. Received an anonymous email with a shitload of pictures of this kinky Asian – Caucasian couple. From what I can tell, the pictures were uploaded by the couple themselves to a popular photo sharing site. Their names are Martin and Lucie and they are swingers. Here is an excerpt from the email with the subject line "SINGAPORE Wife"and sample pics:I found a great set of photos of a SIGAPORE hottie married to a foreigner. About 500+ photos..
Here are the details:
We are couple, living in SINGAPORE. He: in early 40s, white, she: in late 20s Chinese.

As a couple, we've been through a lot together and nothing seems to break us apart. We are very sexually active and, even though, experimented with different people and variety of other sex games, still enjoy company of ourselves more than anything else. However, we really like watching other people having sex, love watching porn, love watching other people watching our pictures and videos. This makes us feel alive and actually in love with each other and the world.
Okay, 497 pictures TO SEE PICTURE  CLICK THIS <This is Karma take note ROSMAMA , Wife Naughty Pictures Lucie and Martin sharing their kinky sex life with like minded people (swingers) and us!>



Signs of Pakatan Desperation...

Posted: 03 Apr 2010 06:11 PM PDT

If you notice, in the last two weeks or so, Pakatan cybertroopers and leaders in their fantasy world where Pakatan is always right and mighty has started playing a desperate game... they are trying to drie a wedge between the PM and his deputy.

I can tell you that getting DS Najib and TS Muhyiddin to fight is futile work, they are united in the heart and spirit of  the Umno fight. but of course Anwar fanboys will refute this. Never mind, I will say no more about it.

But I do want to point out that such a petty effort shows that they have really run out of issues, they realise that raising the Zionist link is like standing in a puddle and jumping up and down in the hope of getting passersby dirty...in the end it is ANwar who is left in mud.

for years Tun Mahathir has said that Anwar is not to be trusted for his links to the Zionists and during his first and last visit to Malaysia, Anwar's buddy Al Gore even broke with protocol and took a jab at our Prime Minister then, Tun Mahathir.

That was how close they were 10 years ago, imagine how close he is to them now. It is no mean task to get the vice president of the most powerful country on earth to take a swipe at our Prime Minister. Keep in mind that America has no diplomatic, trade, security or any other kind of beef with Malaysia to justify such an uncalled-for dig....

the attack was likely to be a personal request...

We can see how close Anwar is with Al Gore, in fact some well laid out research by Kumbang has shown just how intricate the link is between Anwar and the Zionists

We all know how public interest in his sodomy trial is waning so fast, you would think someone is chasing his disciples away with sticks...

the fact is, Anwar fanboys know that after just two years, they have accumulated so much crap in their pockets and so many skeletons in their closet that it is about to burst open.

In Hulu Selangor alone we know of at least two election busting issue.

Firstly the people there know that Khalid Ibrahim, no less than the menteri besar himself is personally responsible for the cancellation of a UiTM campus in Serendah.

Hulu Selangor lost a major economic and educational catalyst and thousands of people have their dreams dashed thanks to Pakatan.

They also know that the cancellation of the project is affecting one of the best run foundation in the state, Yaysan Basmi Kemiskinan, which has been taking care of children from poor families in the state and because of YBK's effort some of these children have gone on to become doctors, lawyers and engineers...

The people of Hulu Selangor now realise that they have a petty-minded menteri besar whose politics are personal and territorial, dashed with a large helping of malice and a large slab of jealousy.

Other more visionary menteri besar would simply set up another foundation and make their mark that way but this menteri besar would rather hijack an existing foundation ... tak malu beb...tak malu

that is just one issue, the next one is about the failure to fulfill their election promise last year.

want to know what the promises are?



  1. Janji potongan cukai pintu sebanyak 20 peratus untuk premis kediaman dan 10 peratus untuk premis perniagaan.
  2. Elaun tadika RM50 seorang setiap bulan
  3. Elaun anak pusat asuhan kanak-kanak sebanyak RM75 seorang setiap bulan.
  4. Elaun khas ibu-ibu yang memilih untuk menjadi suri rumah sepenuh masa.
  5. Elaun khas ibu tunggal.
  6. Bantuan kewangan untuk anak muda berkahwin.
  7. Bantuan geran untuk perniagaan.
  8. Sewa percuma sekurang-kurangnya tiga bulan pertama di premis perniagaan milik kerajaan negeri.
  9. Rawatan percuma untuk warga Selangor berusia 60 tahun ke atas.
  10. Bantuan masuk universiti.
Here we have 10 unfulfilled promises and these represent the immaturity of Pakatan that makes empty promises just to win elections without any real understanding what can and cannot be done... cakap budak budak

eleh apa susah kalau jadi kerajaan, kalau aku jadi kerajaan ..

my seveny year odl daughter says that if she ever becomes the PM, she will make everything free for the people so the people don't have to work and can spend all their time with their kids...

I think  my daughter has a very good election promise... in fact that is the best election promise I have ever herd... you guys want to vote for the 7YO party???


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