Saturday, February 28, 2009
1. March 8 came and went. Today, the rule of law seems to be intepreted by the ruling government as their mandate by the people and those who have chosen Pakatan states can be "pariahs" of the nation if so they chose since they did not give the mandate. If BN were to act more reconciliatory, wouldn't it be better to at least reach out to the hearts and minds of those who voted against them? That is why I question the validity of the BN government. I pay my tax like many Malaysians. Every single dime goes back to the Federal and they have no fucking right to say " oh...allocation is for those states who are non-Pakatan." If that is the case, I must as well stop paying my taxes.
2. Pakatan leaders preoccupied on taking over the Federal Government - since when Penang state has that ambition. I strongly felt that the Federal Government was more interested to wrest back the Pakatan States because they are afraid their warchest continue to deplete. Quite evident isn't in Perak, SS?
3. If people like Zubedy can feel that way, I do too. After all, when the last 50 years we have been pre-programmed to think that Alliance and BN provide us with all the security and we should never question them. Once Pakatan took over, we became very insecure. Folks, stop the insecurity. We are ahead of ourselves and we can do better. I am very sure we can do better.
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Monday, February 23, 2009
Saturday, February 21, 2009
Please accept me as MB’: Zambry to Perak people
My comment - Start planning for a snap election and let the people decide once again. If KT can spend Rm15 Million for one by-election, why not have more peace and create a situation where the rakyat will vote their choice. After all, this is democracy. Why are you clinging on??? WHY?
Another blow to blow account by YAB MB Dato Seri Nizar....please read...
IPOH: Mentri Besar Datuk Dr Zambry Abd Kadir has appealed to the people to accept the Sultan of Perak’s decision to appoint him to rule the state.
Dr Zambry said he was aware that people were wondering whether he was truly the MB.
“I understand the question and I want to make it clear that I would not be here if my position was considered illegitimate and illegal.
“I ask from the heart that we show our readiness to the Sultan,” he said during his inaugural meeting with school principals and headmasters at the state secretariat here on Saturday.
Dr Zambry urged the people to not be overcome by emotion and to view the situation in an objective manner.
Friday, February 20, 2009
Sunday, February 15, 2009
So, enjoy your weekend.
Days numbered for ‘Little Napoleons’ of PenangBy TAN SINCHOWGEORGE TOWN: The Penang Municipal Council has identified
several “LittleNapoleons” and will decide on their fate soon.They include
department heads anda few senior officers who made life difficult for the public
by being slow inattending to complaints.They also abused their power and had a
bad workattitude, said Penang Municipal councillor Yeoh Soon Hin, who is also
the PayaTerubong assemblyman.“We are gathering evidence before submitting their
names toChief Minister Lim Guan Eng and State Local Government Committee
chairman ChowKon Yeow for action,” Yeoh told reporters at the state DAP
headquartersyesterday.He declined to say how many had been identified and when
the nameswould be handed in for action.Another councillor Tan Hun Wooi said some
of the“Little Napoleons” had claimed they were given instructions by certain
electedrepresentatives from the Pakatan Rakyat government while carrying
outenforcement.“This is morally wrong. We view this as sabotage aimed at
incitingthe people against elected representatives from Pakatan,” he said.At the
pressconference, the DAP municipal councillors also initiated the setting up of
acomplaints bureau where the public can lodge their complaints against
Saturday, February 14, 2009
I was shocked when you decided to turn your back on the party that backed you up for 2 long terms. In fact, many would have agreed with you if you had to resign and call for a new fresh election at Jelapang. Although I am not from Perak, I join the rest of Malaysians in trying to emphatize with your situation. Seriously, it has been 2 weeks now and no one seems to know what your reasons were. I urge you to do what is right. Step down and resign from being a state assemblywoman and join another political party. Isn't Malaysia a wonder? You have hundreds to choose from but by being independent, I guess your focus on things tend to sway....so YB, do yourself a favor ---- letak jawatan. In fact, your constituents don't seem to think highly of you anymore. Check this out - save yourself from all the pain. Enjoy your time as being a YB that has repented and decided to come out in the open and accept faith as it is. It is better to be what you are than to be a traitor, something that many seems to think.
Jelapang folk still furious with Hee
Lee Way Loon Feb 14, 09
Arguably the most hated woman in Malaysia at the moment, Hee Yit
Foong was again the main target of public resentment. This time at a ceramah in
her constituency of Jelapang on Thursday night.he 1600-strong crowd at
Pakatan Rakyat's 11th ceramah addressing the Perak political crisis responded
emotionally when Pakatan leaders criticised Hee for her defection.When ousted
exco Nga Kor Ming asked the crowd whether they thought Hee should resign, almost
every one in attendance raised their hands to say yes.Nga and ousted Perak
Menteri Besar Mohd Nizar Jamaluddin also apologised to the crowds for Hee's
defection.The ceramah is widely seen as a strategy by DAP to whip up public
sentiment against Hee after she claimed that she quit the party because she was
marginalised.Judging from the crowds' response and the RM4,106 in donations
collected during the ceramah, it seems the strategy paid off.Although police
have banned political ceramah in the state, Pakatan had managed to obtain a
permit for the ceramah in Jelapang on Thursday night.Chee: She is 'rubbish'Among
the DAP assemblypersons invited to speak were Keranji assemblyperson Chen Fook
Chye and Buntong assemblyperson A Sivasubramaniam.Chen, who was previously close
to Hee, poured scorn on his former friend, going as far as to call her
"rubbish". He added that instead of admitting her wrong move in defecting, Hee
had tried to blame the state party leadership for her move.Chen ended his fiery
speech by shouting, "I want to kick this rubbish away!", prompting the crowd to
join him in blasting Hee.The final speaker of the night, Nizar, stressed that he
was still the menteri besar and slammed Barisan Nasional for using "dirty
tricks" to topple the Pakatan-led state government.He also urged voters to vote
against BN in the upcoming Bukit Gantang by-election to send a message of
no-confidence to the new government.Thursday's ceramah is a clear indication
that instead of abating with time, public anger and resentment for Hee is only
increasing and judging from the crowd response, it would be safe to say that the
BN-friendly independent should stay well away from her constituency, indeed
Perak, for some time to come.
The truth is out there. Only the Tiger of Jelutong speaks out loud and clear-not these groups of chest thumping racists.
Thursday, February 12, 2009
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Sunday, February 8, 2009
Saturday, February 7, 2009
Friday, February 6, 2009
Hi...suggest you spend you good evening praying at churches, temples or better still spending more time with the family since Ipoh will be invaded by frogs - one of which is half crippled. Hence, better don't go. It is a slimy joint with a promise of millions but trust me, you are selling your soul away. So stay away from Ipoh grounds on 7 Feb 7 pm. Hope it rains with frogs. So stay away.....