Saturday, May 30, 2009

Alor Setar , another by-election?

I am just speculating. Speculating because of the recent PKFZ report. I am not sure if this report would prove damaging to the folks mentioned in it but I am certain that this would be another low-light for the MCA. Really sad.

Monday, May 25, 2009

Thanks Patrick Teoh

I really needed a good laugh...and here comes a good here and read.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

on the other front...

On the other front, Police raided DAP's HQ and seized a PC away. I am sure they didn't even know if they have had taken the right computer off but god bless their souls for following the masters of the blind. I am sure this will never be forgotten....never !

It is never easy....really...

It is never easy to see what goes on around the country. Especially the latest verdict for Zambry in Perak, we as citizens know that both parties are doing their best to show some level of upsmanship against one another! Nevertheless, the verdict is out and it was expected. Now, what is next? Where do we go from here? I am sure we have reasons to consider where we want to go from here as a nation, but do you believe winning a state is far better than winning the country? I leave it up to you as a voter to decide. I think CHANGE IS second qualms about it. Time to relook at ourselves at ask - is this worth it ... is this what Malaysia wants? Only time will tell. For now, dark clouds are descending into all parts of Malaysia. We hope for a brighter, sunny Malaysia just like the day after March 9 2008

Monday, May 18, 2009

Local vs Foreign Spin

(A)Manufacturing sector continues to draw FDIs
MALAYSIA continues to attract significant foreign direct investments (FDIs) into the manufacturing sector, with projects worth RM3.3 billion approved in the first three months of this year. International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Mustapa Mohamed said total foreign investments approved in Malaysia's manufacturing sector in 2008 increased to RM46.4 billion in 480 projects.

(B)Malaysia’s First-Quarter Foreign Investment Drops 79%
May 15 (Bloomberg) -- Malaysia’s approved foreign direct investment in the manufacturing industry plunged 79 percent in the first quarter amid slumping global demand for the country’s products, a minister said. The Southeast Asian nation approved 3.3 billion ringgit ($931 million) in foreign direct manufacturing investment from January to March, International Trade and Industry Minister Mustapa Mohamed told reporters in Kuala Lumpur today. That compares with about 16 billion ringgit a year earlier.
Hi folks! A simple multiple choice question I will like to ask you? Which one is the local Headline and which one is a foreign headline? You be the judge. I am amazed that the FDI has dropped 79%. I guess Malaysians continue to live in a world of denial. I believe it is time to wake up to reality. If we were to crawl out of this global economic slowdown, politics must be put aside and a consultative government must emerge. I believe the excessive politiking has damaged Malaysia's reputation somewhat eventhough certain quarters are still in the state of denial.
So what is your answer for the foreign news (a) or (b)? Make a guess!

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Listening to the people

A year ago, NTV7 carried an important poll via sms on their news segment. The poll reads "Would you vote for the party or person?" Overwhelmingly, 84% voted to vote for the party. What became of the poll was the aftermath of 308 where 5 states fell to Pakatan led government and BN lost the 2/3 majority for the first time in history. So, when Anil Netto pointed out the same results about the situation in Perak, lets not forget. The unseen ones are pissed and the unseen ones want a the state by-elections. So why resist? Why?


Hotel anology. Advise to respect the courts. Meet the people session. Aiya...cut the wayang kulit.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Oh my god....

The self proclaimed Gandhi and the pepper spray woman has gotten a reprieve from the Courts of Appeal. Nothing much to say other than good luck and god bless. Last nite, 96pct of the respondents on NTV7 said they will "create" pain for BN in the next General Election. I say this - GO AHEAD.

Monday, May 11, 2009

See what I proposes god disposes...!

Man proposes, god disposes. Period. No 2 ways about it. So will ex MB Zambry please vacate the office. Shred all your sensitive documents and please leave your keys behind. Especially the Toyotas. The state wants it back. Oh ... I heard a good job is available at the Fisheries Dept in Pangkor. Better the State Secretary of the Perak Assembly apply for the job...fits him well. Less shouting and shoving as well as manhandling an innocent man.

Liar-liar - Pants of fire

I just can't help cross posting my dear favorite blogger's comments. I believe he has made some serious findings and it is clear that some people in Perak is lying. I am not insinuating anything but just go ahead and read this posting. It's fun and good!

Sunday, May 10, 2009

A sign of panicking?

I assure you that someone is already in a panic mode. Unless something is done, this phobic actions will continue and we will not see the last of the draconian way of managing issues. I stand to be corrected but according to this report, the police shut down a dinner where videos of May 7 Perak seating was documented. The video was shown to 1000 attendees. I think it is time to show these videos to a wider audience. It is time for the people to see the truth than to hear crap about 1Malaysia or 1Perak where the leaders don't see PR as brothers but as adversaries. I suggest the pepper spraying ADUN be arrested soon. She is a menace to the society and a menace to the State Assembly. So what are you waiting for? Search the internet!

So who is misbehaving here?

No wonder they refused all non-traditional media to come in. Now I know why ..... Tsk Tsk won't convince me either as you too belong to those that were there that day....

Who says Penang State Government has done nothing!

Read on. It is only the mass media that avoids putting this up. It is a sin if I don't do this myself as I believe folks at NST and Utusan will try not to even give light to this. Where's the beef, NST?

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Makkal Sakthi

It is about time!

Mr are out of line and I agree to disagree with you

I sometimes think that whatever happens, happens for a reason. This is one instance, I beg to disagree...bloody hell.

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak has somewhat defended the manner in which
Pakatan Rakyat's ousted Perak speaker V Sivakumar was dragged out of the House
yesterday.Speaking to reporters in Kuala Lumpur today, he said Sivakumar "should have vacated his seat" since he was no longer the speaker."I don't know... he did not
want to vacate his seat. When he is no longer the speaker, then he should have
vacated his place," he added.According to him, the chaotic proceedings in the
Perak state assembly has tarnished the nation's image although Malaysia
practiced a "mature democracy"."Our government is holding firm to constitutional
rights and democracy. If we do not respect this practice, then it would be no
less than a jungle law," he said.Even if both sides of the political divide have
different principles, the premier stressed that "they shouldn't have forced
their principles on others."

Friday, May 8, 2009

Heeeeeeeeeee HHAAAAAAA

Itu olang sangat kulang ajar....kita ada 31 olang. Dia olang 28. Mau tunjuk tunjuk????? Saya ada kuasa...dia olang tak ada -so she said!

Is this right?

1. Speaker of the house ordered BN ADUNs out based on his order made some WEEKS go. Sargeant at arms - buat tak tau saja. So? Ini jungle punya law kah?
2. 4 burly guys came in with tags - OFFICIAL drag the speaker out - in jungle law kah?
3. Itu baru punya Speaker came from where?Alamak - he was so eager hiding away in the store room - so when he came in Speaker Siva took his place....? Ini jungle punya law kah?
4. We had to call in the police - what business does the police have in the hall. Itu punya Sargeant at arms buat apa?- Itu jungle punya law kah?
So in sum - Itu jungle punya law is the law written and done up by BN. So stop using jungle law connotation and speak with truth.

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Thankful? Be god fearing OK?

Thankful? I suggest be god fearing is a better word. It is sad how the Public Relations machinery is spinning about the story about how critical the police swooped in to resolve the matter. They should have done it earlier really when Speaker Siva asked the Sargeant At Arms to remove the 5 BN fellas. That would have defused the situation. But noooooo.....the police all of sudden became very aggressive to remove Sivakumar. He is still the Speaker and the removal was not done right! So, beware - the truth may just come back to haunt them

Act of provocation....don't react my fellow friends.

Liar ! Liar! Fire in the pants! If you buy his story, then go ahead. I tend to think Barisan stood for justice and 1Malaysia. As far as I am concerned, I wish them well. After all, you have the help of a lady frog from Jelapang. My guess is that this so-called act of coup-de-tat will be remembered. So who will be smiling in the next general election? Too bad Pangkor Island is pretty far from Penang. Otherwise, I would think after the next General Election, this man fits the role for a suitable job. Write to me and I will tell you. After all, I am holding the cards in my chest! One word - see you at the ballot box BN.

In solidarity with our Perak brothers

It is time to support our brothers in Perak. May god bless their souls and may Pakatan prevail, always

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Internet has come of age....

The recent news of CPM Chief Chin Peng being disallowed to return to his homeland is a clear indication that Malaysia wants to prevent history from being rewritten. It was rewritten on March 8 through a democratic process and of course, Chin Peng's return to Malaysia could prove devastating although he wants to return based upon humanitarian grounds. Although that process will never see light now, I am surprised that his last remaining comrades are using the Internet to tell the world that  they are still around and they are still the commies that use to run wild in the jungles. 

Except this time round, they are much older and sadly, some of them seem to have passed away in their little community kampung along the border of Thailand. I am sure you will not hentam me for taking time to write this posting but it is good to give some credit to these commies who were on the other side of struggle for a free Malaya. I am sure history books did not give them much credit for the destruction they had caused in the new villages during the 50-70s but rest assured, they are very much Malaysian as much as you and I are. 

What struck me is their continuous struggle to keep their ideology alive and well. Though it may seem like they are in their own world, they would probably view us the same way - in a chaotic and violent capitalistic world. Much as I want to say more about my views, I will leave it as it is. The struggle for a free and just Malaysia rests upon the democratic process that believes that all are equal with a new brand of socialistic views put onto it. God bless their souls- the freedom fighters of Malaysia - both the right and left. 

Friday, May 1, 2009

Perak oh...Perak

It is now very clear that BN has taken a "legitimate" path to nowhere and Malaysians now have to pray for the fabric of democracy that remains very fragile and brittle. I am disappointed with the concept of 1Malaysia where Malaysians are giving all opportunities to seek their best in this so-called "land of opportunity". I am certain that as the Perak "legitimate" government continues to plot its move, I see more blatant disregards for the concept of "going back to the people" Maybe it will be wise for the move to call for an emergency and save all of the us the bloody rethoric that is getting very stale - sorry I didn't vote for the BN and I will never vote for them again. Never say Never again!