Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Pro-Lynas protected by police as they intimidate anti-Lynas protest group?

May 31, 2011
Protestors forcing the Beserah group to leave. — Pictures by Shannon Teoh
KUANTAN, May 31 — For the second day in a row, demonstrators supporting the controversial rare earth plant forced anti-Lynas protestors to leave the Hyatt Regency here.
The group of about 100 men confronted a group of residents from Beserah, where the plant is located, just as they finished their meeting with the International Atomic Energy Agency-led (IAEA) team that is here to meet local stakeholders.
After a scuffle, the Beserah group led by their assemblyman Syed Mohammad Lonnik and community leader Andansura Rabu had to be escorted by police light strike force officers to their car.
Earlier in the morning, protestors wearing “Save Malaysia, Stop Lynas” T-shirts were also chased away from the beach in front of the hotel by the pro-Lynas group.
Many of the pro-Lynas group were those here yesterday holding up banners supporting the IAEA and also Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob.
Two reporters from Chinese daily Nanyang Siang Pau were also confronted by men who demanded they stop taking pictures.
The two reporters who were confronted by pro-Lynas demonstrators.
One of the reporters said a man threatened to punch her if she did not stop.
“You want to report good or bad, think properly first. The government has already brought in a panel of experts.
“I am from Balok. We are more concerned than these people who come from Ipoh, Seremban and KL. Why do we want to chase away investors?” said members of the group to reporters later.
The nine-man review panel is here on a four-day visit to hear concerns from local residents and lobby groups before compiling a report by the end of June.
The government had bowed to public pressure last month and put the project by Australian miner Lynas Corp on ice pending the review by the team of international experts.
Despite the government review, Lynas expects no delay to its plans to begin operations in September as it maintains the plant is safe.
It is anticipating a windfall of RM8 billion a year from 2013 onwards from the rare earth metals that are crucial to the manufacture of high-technology products such as smartphones, hybrid cars and bombs.

Supper @ Pappa Rich Bandar Sri Permaisuri: Janson likes honey lemon!

'Look at me. I'm the Pappa Rich ambassador!
Tasty toasted bread and dry curry mee!
Janson likes to drink honey lemon!
'I like to eat toast bread,' Janson says.

No air-cond for now. Najib forcing me to change lifestyle, adapt to 7% HIKE

The federal government has raised electricity tariffs by an average of 7.12 percent beginning June 1 as part of its subsidy reduction exercise. The average rise is 2.23 sen/kW unit, from the current average rate of 31.31 to 33.54 sen/kW unit while natural gas prices are also set to rise by RM3 per mmBtu every six months until it reaches market levels by 2016, when its price would be fully floated.

NONEAccording to Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Peter Chin (left in picture), domestic users who use less than 300kW unit per month or RM77 on their bill will not be subjected to this new electricity pricing scheme, which is multi-tiered according to usage - this means that 4.4 million or 75 percent out of a total 5.94 million households would not be affected by the new tariff.

The rate of monthly usage below 200kW unit will stand at 21.8 sen/kW unit while for usage between 201 to 300kW unit the tariff will remain as 33.40 sen/kW unit and these two rates are for the 75 percent of households.

The 23.5 percent or 1.39 million domestic users affected by the new tariff are those using 301kW to 1000kW units, the tariff has been raised from 0.1 to 10 percent, or RM0.07 to RM30.30.

The government has to fork out RM122 million annually in order to provide free electricity to 900,000 users who record less than RM20 usage monthly - hence, the waiving of the electricity bill for these users would cease on Dec 31, 2011.


Najib: Adapt to higher fuel prices


Monday, May 30, 2011

Umno likes transparency but given a choice, it does not want transparency

Defence Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said he is willing to testify in court following French investigations into alleged graft in the multi-billion ringgit Scorpene submarines deal.

Ahmad Zahid Umno VPAhmad Zahid told reporters today, “They may challenge us in court. We want to be more transparent. On allegations made by them, let the court reveal the truth,”

The foreign authorities are investigating whether commissions - which is illegal under French laws - have been paid in the RM7.3 billion deal between the Malaysian government and French-based defence company DCNS after human rights NGO Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram) filed a suit against DCNS with the Paris court in 2009 for “active and passive corruption, trading of favours and abuse of corporate assets”.

When quizzed on the matter, Ahmad Zahid said, “I'm ever willing to go to court if I am requested, provided that it is approved by the cabinet. But if the cabinet doesn't allow, I don't have to go.”

The case attracted international attention when judges in the Paris Prosecution Office prompted a preliminary police inquiry after two French lawyers filed the case on behalf of Suaram and Suaram is currently raising funds for its lawyers' litigation fees.

Why no local probe?

The crux of the allegation is the payment of 114.96 million euro (RM574.8 million) that was claimed to be a commission, but the Defence Ministry has insisted it was for “coordination and support services” involving the submarine deal. The payment went to a local company called Perimekar Sdn Bhd.
military malaysia navy french built submarine scorpene class
When asked why the French authorities were suspicious of alleged discrepancies in the deal, while there has not been a similar probe on the matter in Malaysia, Ahmad Zahid skirted the issue, saying, “We respect Suaram as a NGO but they have to differentiate between defence issues and political issues. Although as much as we like (the deal) to be transparent, in terms of specifications and such, we shouldn't reveal these to the court, even though the court has the right to know everything."

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Dr M threatened me before sacking, says Anwar: Tun Maha is Maha Zalim!

May 29, 2011
PETALING JAYA, May 29 — Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said today that Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed gave him an ultimatum in 1998, a day before his sacking as the deputy prime minister.
According to Anwar, the former prime minister told him to voluntarily step down as DPM and in return, he would receive some form of monetary compensation, but if he did not comply with this, charges would be framed against him (Anwar).
“Mahathir (picture) told me...you have wife, a family, its better if you resign voluntarily, if not charges will be brought against you,” Anwar said today during a dialogue with young professionals.
The PKR defacto leader’s remarks were in response to a question from the audience asking him if it was true that such a situation had occured, and was highlighted by writer Ziauddin Sardar in a book.
“Yes, it is true because I told him (Ziauddin) that...I also went against Dr Mahathir, and was wrongfully imprisoned and subsequently beaten half to death.
“It was the only time I spoke harshly to him (Dr Mahathir),” said Anwar.
He said that he bore no ill-will and grudges against his former mentor, and forgave him for what happened.
Anwar was charged with sodomy and corruption in 1998 after he was sacked from the Cabinet and was later convicted and jailed for both offences.
He was freed in September 2004 and later resurrected his political career by winning back his Permatang Pauh parliamentary seat in a by-election in 2008, which had been held in the interim by his wife.
He led the loose pact of PKR, the DAP and PAS to a historic sweep of five states and 82 parliamentary seats in Election 2008.
But the 63-year-old PKR de facto leader is currently facing sodomy charges for the second time in his life.
He has denied the charge, describing it as “evil, frivolous lies by those in power” when the charge was read out to him. He is charged under section 377B of the Penal Code and can be sentenced to a maximum of 20 years’ jail and whipping upon conviction.
The trial began 18 months after Anwar was charged in court in August 2008.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

'Mystery person travelled with Razak, Altantuya': Najib Razak in deep shit?

There was a third person accompanying political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda and murdered Mongolian interpreter Altantuya Shariibuu on their travels in connection with the purchase of three French submarines by the Malaysian government.

suaram french submarine case 280410 cynthia gabrielHuman rights NGO Suaram director Cynthia Gabrielm(right) said their lawyers had informed them that a third person's name came up during the investigations and the probe was going on, but it was still too early to determine who the person was. It had been earlier been revealed that a company named Gifen, established in Malta by Jean-Marie Boivin, had intervened in negotiations for the purchase of an Agosta and two Scorpene submarines to the Malaysian government to facilitate monetary transfers to finance Abdul Razak and Altantuya's travels.

The sale of the three vehicles were inked under a RM4.3 billion (1 billion euro) contract  in 2002 between Malaysia and DCNS, formerly known as DCN, a shipyard builder allied with Spanish warship builder Thalès.

Gabriel declined to discuss this matter further when asked whether this 'mysterious' personality could be the missing link in the murder of Altantuya, which has dogged Prime Minister Najib Razak since 2006.

Overseas scholarships: 20% based on meritocracy, the rest KULIT-fication

May 27, 2011
Najib said what was promised was some form of PSD funding and not specifically for courses abroad. — file pic
KUALA LUMPUR, May 27 — Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak maintained today that the government never promised overseas scholarships for all top SPM students.
He said what his administration had guaranteed was Public Service Department (PSD) scholarships to both local and overseas universities for students with SPM results of 8A+ and better.
“Our promise is that all 8A+ students will get government scholarships for local and overseas. We didn’t promise that everyone will get overseas scholarships.
“This is what the public sometimes do not understand,” he told reporters during a press conference here.
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz, who is in charge of the PSD scholarships, has said that the government had allocated 1,500 overseas scholarships to top students, but only 300 of the total were given based entirely on merit to students scoring straight 9A+.
The remaining 1,200 overseas grants, he said, were distributed according to those qualified within four categories — Sabah Bumiputeras (five per cent), Sarawak Bumiputeras (five per cent), social composition or the population’s racial composition (60 per cent) and socially handicapped (10 per cent)
MCA was the first to raise grievances about PSD’s distribution of scholarships this year, with its Youth chief Datuk Wee Ka Siong claiming that 363 straight A+ students had failed to get the scholarships despite Najib’s promise last year that all students scoring 8A+ and above would secure placements.
In the escalating dispute over PSD scholarships, the Barisan Nasional (BN) component party handed a report to Najib earlier today outlining 364 cases that must be reviewed and told the prime minister that top SPM students should be given scholarships to study abroad.
“MCA is of the view that 59 appeals with straight A+ in the Sijil Pendidikan Malaysia (SPM) should be offered scholarships for degree courses overseas,” MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek said after meeting the PM.
Dr Chua added that 82 students with 9A+ in core subjects, who were originally offered only scholarships for diploma courses, should also be offered overseas scholarships or at least a local degree scholarship.
Today, Najib also explained that students offered scholarships for diploma courses were still eligible for degree scholarships.
He also added the diploma courses were offered because they were what the universities themselves have put up.
“But the government will guarantee to sponsor students that want to pursue their study with a degree scholarship,” he said.

Friday, May 27, 2011

NS term may be extended in order to extend the 'life span' of Umno's rule?!

Friday May 27, 2011

NS term may be extended

KUALA LUMPUR: The National Service training programme's three-month period may be extended, said Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
He added that the ministry was studying the possibility as three months was too short a time to develop noble characters and foster a sense of patriotism.
“The matter will be discussed at a meeting of the National Service Training Council,” he told reporters after the presentation of 2010 National Service Training Department Excellent Service awards at the ministry here yesterday.
Ahmad Zahid said the department would also introduce a module to enhance awareness on the importance of voting when the trainees turn 21.
“We'll invite the Election Commission to brief the trainees on their voting rights when they become eligible,” he said.
Ahmad Zahid refuted claims by certain parties that the national service was a waste of time, as the programme had contributed positively in terms of forging national integration and racial unity, instilling patriotism as well as imbuing trainees with good character traits and integrity.
The minister said that the department's 3,698 contract staff comprising trainers would be given permanent employment.
The staff turnover was high and offering them permanent positions would help, he added.

Thursday, May 26, 2011

More village chiefs get sex video CDs in the mail: Chief police is hopeless!

Eight more village chiefs in Selangor have received copies of the sex video allegedly of PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim in the mail in the past week.
Shah Alam parliamentarian Khalid Samad told reporters today that the matter was first made known to him by Padang Jawa Petaling village chief Abdul Aziz Barhan, who received four compact disc copies of the 22-minute video in the mail  addressed to him on Tuesday. The CDs were accompanied with a letter which provides justifications over why the man in the video is confirmed to be Anwar," he told reporters today. The same claims were made by 18 other village chiefs from rural areas of Selangor, including Hulu Bernam and Kuala Kubu Baru. There were eight Malay village chiefs who complained to Khalid with three of them from villages in Shah Alam while the others from Subang, Meru and Klang. All the villages fall under the Shah Alam City Council jurisdiction except for Meru.

No fuel, gas price hike for now, says Ismail Sabri. For sure HIKE after GE13

No fuel, gas price hike for now, says Ismail Sabri

UPDATED @ 06:00:58 PM 25-05-2011
May 25, 2011
Ismail Sabri, however, refused to specify how long the government would maintain current prices. — Reuters file pic
PUTRAJAYA, May 25 — The government will not increase the price of RON95 petrol, diesel and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) for now, Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said today.
Ismail Sabri, however, refused to specify how long the government would maintain current prices.
“This decision was made because the government is concerned for the people’s welfare,” Ismail Sabri told reporters today.
“But at the same time, the government will continue studying subsidy rationalisation as a whole following the increase of fuel and gas prices in the global market,” he added.
The government announced recently that diesel subsidies for deep-sea fishing vessels and nine classes of commercial vehicles would be removed on June 1, slashing RM886.1 million from the federal subsidy burden annually.
Ismail Sabri said the decision was reached at a Cabinet meeting earlier today, which he said only discussed fuel subsidies.
When asked if the government will slash fuel subsidies should global oil prices spike, Ismail Sabri said, “We will think about that later.”
Investment research firm AmResearch recently estimated Putrajaya is now subsidising at least 90 sen per litre of RON95 versus the intended 30 sen per litre after global crude oil prices surged to US$99 per barrel from US$79 per barrel last year, matching the US$100 per barrel recorded in 2008.
Petrol subsidies will push the government’s fiscal deficit over the projected 5.4 per cent of GDP towards six per cent if RON95 is kept at the current price of RM1.90 per litre for the rest of the year, AmResearch noted.
Ismail Sabri said, however, that the government will work towards achieving the 5.4 per cent target despite maintaining fuel and gas prices.
“We will do subsidy rationalisation as a whole,” he said.
Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has said the government expects the subsidy burden to double from RM10.32 billion to RM20.58 billion this year.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak also said fuel subsidies were “like opium” to the Malaysian economy and would have to be gradually slashed as the initial bill of RM11 billion had soared to RM18 billion for the year due to escalating crude oil prices.
Ismail Sabri denied that the Cabinet decision today was made in light of snap polls, which many have speculated will be called by year-end or early next year.
“There’s a lot of speculation ... this has nothing to do with elections,” he said.

The rakyat is used to the Barang Naik governement. Gimmicks after gimmicks. BN=BARANG NAIK!

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Now everyone can speak freely, thanks to Ibrahim Ali! Truly 1Malaysia! 8D

Nazri: No action against Ibrahim Ali
No action can be taken against Perkasa chief Ibrahim Ali over his warnings of violence against the Christian community as such remarks are now a Malaysian norm, said de facto law minister Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz.

No matter how unsettling such remarks are, Malaysians therefore "need to live" and "be mature" in dealing with such characters as Ibrahim and his ilk since social platforms and media such as Twitter and blogs have allowed statements such as Ibrahim's to proliferate beyond the government's ability to proscribe - or punish - them, he added.

"It's difficult to take action against Ibrahim now with the existence of Twitter and blogs ... because we cannot be selective in our prosecution," he told Malaysiakini when contacted today.

Ibrahim had caused public outrage after issued an ultimatum of sorts against "ungrateful Christians" if they went on with a purported plot to subvert the position of Islam as the official religion of the federation.

NONEIbrahim had based his remarks on an Utusan Malaysia report earlier this month that alleged Christian leaders were conspiring to change the federal constitution in order to install a Christian as a prime minister and turn the Muslim-majority country into a Christian state.

Nazri (left) said users of Twitter and bloggers have been guilty of making statements deemed sensitive to one or other group.

"If I take action now (against Ibrahim), I have to move on all (of such) blogs and those (issuing similar remarks) on Twitter," said Nazri.

That, he added, will be a difficult task as the government would then be accused of stifling freedom of speech.

"The courts will be full of prosecutions against (persons accused of making) seditious statements," he reasoned.

He stressed the mammoth prospect of such a task presently compared to a few years ago when those propagating extremism and those uttering racial insinuations were hauled to court and punished.
Nazri: Live with it
Mohd Nazri had previously said that the government should "get rid" of the right-wing group, as it had acted in an extreme manner.

His comments came at a time when Perkasa had acted as a major stumbling block to Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's economic reform efforts, as the group had decisively opposed the PM's proposal to gradually lift affirmative action policies to encourage open competition.

Mohd Nazri had then stressed that action can be taken if leaders of such groups uttered seditious remark.

In contrast, Nazri now says, "The state of the country is now beyond this... we have to live with it now.”
Religious leaders, critics and politicians from both sides of the fence have been mounting pressure on the government to act against Umno-linked Utusan Malaysia for its reckless reports on the alleged 'Christian conspiracy'.

utusan malaysia kritsian agama rasmiUtusan front-paged an article titled 'Kristian Agama Rasmi?' (Christianity the official religion?) that cited unsubstantiated allegations on two pro-Umno blogs that Christian pastors were supposedly hatching a conspiracy to take over the country, abolish Islam as the religion of the federation and install a Christian prime minister.

The parties alleged to be involved have vehemently denied the reports and had lodged police reports against the Malay daily, and Utusan as well as the bloggers are presently under police investigation.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Scholarships a Malay special right, says Perkasa. Malaysia = Malay-saja!

May 23, 2011

As long as there are race-based politics and Perkasa around, there will never be equal opportunities presented to everyone irrespective of race.

Monday, May 23, 2011

Will Najib fulfill his pledge to give scholarships to ALL with 8A+ and above?

UPDATED @ 12:10:24 PM 23-05-2011
May 23, 2011
KUALA LUMPUR, May 23 — The DAP today urged the Cabinet to strip the Public Service Department (PSD) of its scholarship award role and instead transfer it to Talent Corporation, the agency set up to address the country’s brain-drain problem.
DAP national publicity secretary Tony Pua told a press conference today that this would help solve the ongoing scholarship fiasco arising from “sabotage” within the PSD.
“The transfer of this critical role and responsibility (to Talent Corp) will be particularly fitting given the crucial role of attracting and retaining talent in Malaysia.
“They will also be the most appropriate agency to manage the best and brightest talents of our future given close links with the industry,” he said.
Pua (picture) also urged all political parties across the divide to back the DAP’s suggestion, pointing out that even Barisan Nasional’s (BN) MCA, Gerakan and MIC had voiced their frustrations over the issue.
“The proposal is made in the interest of all Malaysians and there should be bipartisanship in ensuring the annual scholarship circus will never see the light of day again,” he said.
Deputy Education Minister Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong revealed last week that 363 straight A+ students failed to get the scholarships this year although Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had agreed that all students scoring 8A+ and above will receive PSD scholarships after a similar brouhaha last year.
The MCA Youth chief accused government officers who disobeyed Cabinet directives as being one of the main reasons why top deserving students failed to get scholarships.
Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has reportedly ordered the PSD to investigate complaints that some SPM top scorers were not offered scholarships.
Muhyiddin, who is also education minister, had however stressed that his ministry was not to blame as its list of scholarship candidates had already been forwarded.
The MIC also waded into the controversy and called for an independent committee to investigate the PSD.
“The PSD has proven itself to be a complete disaster in managing the award of government scholarships to the young and brightest Malaysians, particularly those seeking the opportunity to pursue their education overseas.
“Over the past few years, it has never failed to attract controversy by failing to award scholarships in a fair and just manner, resulting in hundreds of top students failing to secure the scholarships they deserve,” said Pua.
The PSD, he added, had made a mockery of Najib’s pledge that 20 per cent of overseas scholarships would be awarded entirely based on merit.
The department had instead defied the prime minister by creating new scholarship categories like the “open” scholarships and scholarships for diploma programmes to circumvent the Cabinet’s directive, he said.
“The never-ending controversy has led to, as well as further exacerbates, the serious brain-drain crisis facing the country.
“Students and families who are unjustly treated will be persuaded to leave the country for greener pastures who will not hesitate to poach our top talents,” he predicted.
The outcome, said Pua, would hamper the government’s target of turning Malaysia into a high-income nation under the New Economic Model and Economic Transformation Programme.
As such, he said, transferring the scholarship award role to Talent Corporation would be a good way to address the problem.
“Talent Corporation will stand a better chance in succeeding to honour our best and brightest as opposed to the PSD, whose role is complicated and confused, made worse by vested interest and little Napoleons,” he said.

Throw all non-Muslims out! No more threat to Islam and national security! X(

May 22, 2011

Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad declared Malaysia an Islamic state a decade ago in a move to counter PAS’ growing influence among the Malay Muslim population.
KUALA LUMPUR, May 22 – Several Islamic leaders have questioned the loyalty of non-Muslims in the country, declaring today the community’s rights must be re-evaluated if Malaysia is to call itself an Islamic state.

Former president of Islamic Da’wah Foundation Malaysia (Yadim), Datuk Nakhaie Ahmad, said treatment of non-Muslims must be based on the social contract agreed and pointed out that the government has been too gracious to the community.
“In attempts to get vote and support of non-Muslims, we have been very gracious in giving them their civil rights. Civil rights given to them includes the rights to vote, participation in politics, hold office, involvement in the military and so forth but we cannot just willingly give them everything.
“Our offer must be based on religious practices. If we look at the prophet’s agreement in the Madinah constitution, civil rights were given to the Jews but the rights must be paid back with responsibility. They must have the responsibility and agree to defend our country and not insult the agreement,” he said during a forum here.
Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad declared Malaysia an Islamic state a decade ago in a move to counter PAS’ growing influence among the country’s key Malay Muslim population.
The issue cropped up this month when several groups asked for amendments to the Federal Constitution to stipulate only Muslims can be the prime minister after Utusan Malaysia carried an unsubstantiated report of a Christian plot to usurp Islam’s position as religion of the federation.
Nakhaie stressed that non-Muslims that have broken the social contract must be expelled from the country and asked the government to adopt a tough approach in safeguarding Muslim interest.
“If the agreement is broken then actions must be taken against them. If they break our agreement then they are our enemy and must be expelled from the country. We must not compromise with them. We must be stern with them when it comes to the social contract agreed,” he said.
Nakhaie added it is important that high level government positions not be awarded to non-Muslims for national security.
“We cannot give them important government position as it is not allowed for non-Muslims to become ministers in a Islamic state. Head of military must also not be given to non-Muslims.
“Without thinking about the future of our country, we are so willing to give them everything. Granting them their civil rights must be balanced with Islamic preaching so they will understand justice in Islam and the Islamic system,” said the former PAS member who defected to Umno years ago.
He also warned Muslims to unite as non-Muslims will become stronger if the community continues to quarrel among themselves.
“They are brave now and are willing to say anything because they are becoming dominant. They (non-muslim political parties) are only working with us to only achieve their goals. It is a marriage of convenience. We know what is their programme. We are already losing economically and now we want to give political rights?” he asked.
Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia’s (ISMA) deputy president Zamri Hashim added that Muslims must look beyond political affiliation for a common greater cause.
“We must think outside of politics. The Malay agenda is too important to ignore and a majority of Malays are Muslims. This is no longer about PAS and Umno,” said the Perak deputy Mufti.
Malaysian Islamic Youth Movement (Abim) deputy president, Dr Mohd Rumaizuddin Ghazali, also stressed that Malaysia must never become a secular state.
“This is why many non-Muslim politicians want to declare the country as a secular state because then the government will not have fund religious programmes.
“They are scared that if we accept Malaysia as an Islamic state then there are many implications which means that only Muslims have the right to lead the country,” he said.
Mohd Rumaizuddin added that the Malays are beginning to be trampled on and non-Muslims are starting to take advantage of the community.
“Because of politics, we are still not free after more than 50 years of independence,” he said.
Hizbut Tahrir Malaysia president Abdul Hakim Othman added the country’s constitution must be replaced as it has been stained by the colonial British.
“A Caliphate state is based on divine revelation. It is not a democratic or a theocratic state. It is only an Islamic state when the constitution is based on the Quran and prophetic traditions,” he said.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Chinoz. Eat. Drink. Talk. Watch: Chinoz or WiP Bangsar Shopping Centre?

Nice food @ Chinoz Bangsar Shopping Complex though I still prefer Wip located a stone's throw away.

All MPs are duty-bound to help everyone. No need to mention race, Ibrahim!

May 21, 2011

Ibrahim says his gifts of fertiliser and other items to Chinese constituents meant he was not racist. — file pic
KUALA LUMPUR, May 21 — Perkasa chief Datuk Ibrahim Ali stressed today that he was not a racist, and held up his contributions to his Chinese constituents as evidence of this.

The Pasir Mas MP pointed out that he had given fertiliser to Chinese farmers, contributed RM5,000 to celebrations at a Chinese temple, fixed a pothole-ridden road to a temple and also given cash to high-scoring Chinese and Malay students.
“(This is) proof that Datuk Ibrahim Ali, Perkasa president, is not racist (and) is attentive to all races — 1Msia,” said Ibrahim in capital letters in a text message today.
“What is being defended is the federal constitution and this is the same with the command and reminder from the Conference of Rulers,” added Ibrahim.
The Independent lawmaker said there were no Indian students or voters in his constituency in Kelantan.
In his text message, Ibrahim asked online news portals like The Malaysian Insider, Malaysiakini, Free Malaysia Today, as well as English-language daily The Star and the Chinese media to pay attention to a picture of him with 200 Chinese farmers, which was printed in Umno-owned Utusan Malaysia today.
Ibrahim also told The Malaysian Insider that he had donated hundreds of thousands of ringgit and helped raise funds for three Chinese temples in his constituency.
Perkasa has come under fire from the opposition and even the MCA for its strident race rhetoric, which the Chinese party has blamed for Barisan Nasional (BN)’s inability to regain the community’s support.
Perkasa has also declared its willingness to lead the “1 Melayu, 1 Bumi” movement mooted by Utusan Malaysia recently, despite objection from its patron Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to the proposal.
Ibrahim himself recently threatened Christians nationwide with a jihad or holy war should they proceed with a supposed agenda to usurp Islam.
The pint-sized fiery politician’s warning came after Utusan published an unsustantiated report on May 7, claiming a secret pact between the DAP and Christian leaders to install a Christian as prime minister and oust Islam as the religion of the federation.
Today, Ibrahim took pains to highlight how he has donated oranges, hampers and angpows to the poor during Chinese festivals.
“You can go to Pasir Mas and ask the Chinese there,” he told The Malaysian Insider.
Perkasa started out as a one-man movement in the aftermath of Election 2008 but has since grown into a vocal pressure group on matters related to the Malay community and what the group describes as “Malay special rights”. It is a non-governmental organisation but counts many Umno members in its ranks.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Can Putrajaya cut costs, cut corruption, cut pay so the public can win more?

May 21, 2011

Datuk Donald Lim (left) with China’s Ambassador to Malaysia, Chai Xi. — Pictures by Jack Ooi
KLANG, May 21 — Putrajaya will order all government departments to cut costs as the Najib administration looks for ways to trim the country’s subsidy bill that could top RM21 billion this year. Deputy Finance Minister Senator Datuk Donald Lim Siang Chai revealed the Chief Secretary would issue the orders, saying today that the government must be more prudent in its spending.
“So I believe the directive from KSN and so on to ensure that everyone has to control ourselves and not overspend,” he told reporters here, referring to Chief Secretary to the Government (KSN), Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Hassan.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has said fuel subsidies were “like opium” to the Malaysian economy, and would have to be gradually slashed as the initial bill of RM11 billion had soared to RM18 billion for this year due to escalating prices of crude oil.
The consumer price index also rose by 3 per cent in March — the fastest rate in nearly two years — with the price of non-alcoholic foodstuff surging by 4.7 per cent.

Tan Sri G. Gnanalingam, executive chairman of Westports Malaysia, welcomes Datuk Lim.
Analysts and politicians believe that economic woes will be the biggest problem for the Barisan Nasional (BN) administration as the country moves towards a general election expected within the year. Lim also said that it was impossible to find a win-win situation for both the government and the public.
“If you maintain the current prices then of course the public will be happy but then you have the problem of balancing (the costs); if you increase (the prices) like in other countries then the public will find it difficult to survive, so of course it is difficult,” he said.
“To find a win-win situation is not possible because things will go up only and we need to look for a formula where both don’t lose so much.”
According to a Bloomberg report last month, surging fuel prices and unhappiness over the implementation of race-based policies contributed to the ruling coalition losing control of five of 13 states to Pakatan Rakyat in Election 2008, where it also ceded a record 82 out of 222 seats in Parliament.
Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin recently called on the government to slash funding to ineffective programmes such as the National Service before asking the public to accept the subsidy cuts that the Najib administration has hinted at recently.
Khairy, who is Rembau MP, also called for a review of federal government expenditure to rein in spending on these programmes, which could free up funds to maintain subsidies that were crucial to softening the impact of rising prices.

The solution is very easy.
It must be a lose-win situation.
Can Putrajaya lose so that the public will win?
If can, then the government will win the heart of the rakyat!

MCA dog trying to solve annual PSD problem. Why can't solve it for good?

May 20, 2011

The annual PSD problem only goes to show that MCA is so lame. Can't even do a permanent 'fix'!

As usual, MCA will need to have 'closed-door' meeting to resolve the problem!

Help all the marginalized non-Malays, especially the financially poor!

Friday, May 20, 2011

Najib's inner circle: Big cables! Big money! Poor rakyat outside inner circle

RPK has joined hands with Wikileaks!

The Malaysian Insider has a report on it:
UPDATED @ 08:44:29 PM 19-05-2011
May 19, 2011
KUALA LUMPUR, May 19 — US diplomatic cables leaked and published on Malaysia Today earlier this evening have singled out 19 key business leaders as “actors of influence” in Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s inner circle. 
The cable, penned by political counsellor Mark D. Clark to help the US State Department “examine Najib’s emerging administration and policy decisions”, was the first to be published on the popular blog after it signed a memorandum of understanding with whistleblower site Wikileaks on Monday.
Ethos Capital chairman and partner Rohana Mahmood topped the list of corporate giants, with the cable noting that she appeared “connected in some manner to most of the companies associated with Najib (picture)”.
“Among the 19 key business leaders listed, Rohana Mahmood stands out as deeply embedded in the Najib family’s commercial interests,” the cable said.
Rohana co-founded the now-dormant Malaysian Strategic Research Centre with another close Najib aide, Abdul Razak Baginda, who was acquitted in October 2008 of abetting in the murder of Mongolian translator Altantuya Shariibuu.
The opposition has repeatedly alleged that Altantuya, who helped secure the US$1 billion (RM3 billion) Scorpene submarine deal, was killed over her personal relationship with Najib, a claim the prime minister has denied.
Abdul Razak’s company is said to have scored a €114 million (RM488.64 million) commission from the purchase of the French submarines.
Other heavyweights who made the list were MMC Corp Bhd’s Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Albukhary, Berjaya Corp Bhd founder Tan Sri Vincent Tan and Hong Leong Group chairman Quek Leng Chan.
“MMC Corp Bhd Syed Mokhtar Albukharry [sic]... has significant business operations in Najib’s constituency and in the defence sector,” the cable said, adding that the billionaire was also believed to have a good, if not better, relationship with Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
The Malaysian Insider understands that Syed Mokhtar has emerged as a major contributor to Umno’s war chest after some Chinese Malaysian tycoons, irked by lack of contracts under the Najib administration, cut funding to the party.
The Malaysian Insider also understands that Syed Mokhtar is fast gaining a chokehold over the logistics industry as he seeks to extend MMC Corp’s control over Johor Port and Tanjung Pelepas Port to the country’s premier port, Northport, and the port in Tanjung Bruas.
He already holds the reins to several other critical sectors including the rice import business through national rice supplier Bernas, and the gas distribution business through MMC Corp subsidiary Gas Malaysia.
Other strategic sectors in which Syed Mokhtar has a significant presence include the sugar trade through Tradewinds, the power production business via the nation’s largest independent power producer (IPP), Malakoff Corp, and the water treatment sector through Aliran Ihsan Resources.
MMC Corp is also the project delivery partner for the new Klang Valley mass rapid transit (KVMRT), the costliest infrastructure project in Malaysian history, with the consortium widely tipped to be awarded the tunnelling portion of the system’s construction.
Also included in the list were:
• Khazanah Nasional Bhd managing director Azman Mokhtar;
• Khazanah director Mohamed Azman Yahya, founder and chief executive of Symphony House Bhd;
• Johan Holdings Bhd chairman and chief executive Tan Kay Hock, who is also a member of the Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA);
• Sapura Group’s Shahril Shamsuddin;
• Khazanah executive committee chairman and former Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAS) managing director Nor Yusof;
• Konsortium Transnational Bhd chairman and managing director Mohd Nadzmi Mohd Salleh;
• CIMB Group executive director and former Economic Planning Unit (EPU) consultant Dr Gan Wee Beng;
• Ethos Capital co-founder Omar Mustapha Ong, Najib’s former special assistant;
• Paramount Corporation Bhd managing director and chief executive Teo Chiang Quan;
• TH Group Bhd managing director Lei Lin Thai;
• Mamee Double Decker Bhd chief executive Pang Tee Chew;
• Multi Vest Resources Bhd (MVest) chief executive Kenneth Eswaran, who the cable said was close to Najib’s wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor;
• Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) Holdings Bhd chief executive Bakke Salleh; and
• Armed Forces Fund Board (LTAT) chief Lodin Wok Kamarudin
The leaked cable, written prior to Najib’s confirmation as prime minister, follows the publication of a series of secret exchanges between Washington and the US Embassy in Kuala Lumpur in Asia Sentinel detailing US concerns over the trial of the two policemen accused of killing Altantuya.
The cables showed that US diplomats’ misgivings about the trial, which they suggested would be subject to “prosecutorial misconduct” and delays to drive the high-profile murder case from the public eye.
“Perceived irregularities on the part of prosecutors and the court, and the alleged destruction of some evidence, suggested to many that the case was subject to strong political pressure intended to protect Najib,” a cable dated January 24, 2007 said.
Altantuya was murdered in October 2006 by two of Najib’s bodyguards, Chief Inspector Azilah Hadri, 30, and Corporal Sirul Azhar Umar, 35, who were pronounced guilty in April 2009.
Najib is currently on a week-long tour of the US to enhance trade and investment ties between the two countries.

This can't be untold

As subsidies balloon, BN eyes cuts, more price hikes. BN=BARANG NAIK

May 17, 2011
Shafie said the country was managing quite well despite the economic turmoil.
KUALA LUMPUR, May 17 — With the national subsidy bill expected to top RM20 billion this year, opposition leaders are bracing for snap polls before the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) makes inevitable cuts that could prove unpopular among voters.
Several senior BN leaders had signalled the inevitability of price hikes yesterday, hours before the Najib administration announced it will cut the diesel super subsidy for nine categories of commercial vehicles from June 1.
At the same time, the government kept its January promise and abolished toll charges in the East-West Link between Cheras and Petaling Jaya, a key highway in the Klang Valley from midnight this morning.
Rural and Regional Development Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal told The Malaysian Insider that it is important for the government to balance between cutting the country’s deficit and, at the same time, not dumping the burden on the citizens.
“How can the nation shoulder the burden? We are managing quite well despite the economic turmoil,” he said.
As for subsidy cuts, Shafie said it will depend on the advisory council under the Price Control and Anti-Profiteering Act 2010 to decide.
The Umno vice-president emphasised that this is a very complex and delicate issue.
“It is not as simple as it entails a lot of complexity and we have to manage it properly. So every one of us, irrespective of the government, has to play a part to ensure the bigger picture will benefit us, a nation as a whole,” he said, adding BN was doing its best as no government wants to lose power, or bring the country into a deeper deficit.
“When you micromanage the economy, for example through subsidies, it will benefit the public to a certain extent but it also benefits smugglers. It’s not a question of winning the elections but the nation has to pay for it in the future, so we’re being a responsible government,” Shafie said.
Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin signalled the inevitability of price hikes when he announced yesterday the subsidy burden was expected to double this year from RM10.32 billion to RM20.58 billion, with RM18 billion for petroleum-related sectors.
The Umno deputy president said the country could no longer maintain the current subsidies, adding the government was trying to reduce subsidy costs like the increase in price of sugar and that it was doing it in stages.
Pua predicts the prime minister will call for earlier polls as global commodity prices go up.
DAP publicity chief Tony Pua told The Malaysian Insider that he predicts the prime minister will call for earlier polls as global commodity prices go up.
“July, if it’s a surprise one, but a possible one will be in November.
“They are handling it terribly. I think there are a lot of place where expenditures can be cut, for example, restructuring the IPP (independent power producer) contracts. Out of the RM20 billion subsidy bill, the deputy prime minister should clarify how much are for the IPPs? How much for sugar?” he said.
“I think they should handle the biggest impact to deficit — IPP, the need to curb smuggling activities — which takes up a large portion of the subsidy.
“The problem has been identified by Pemandu but no action has been taken. The government only cuts those subsidies that affect the man on the street,” Pua said.
Minister of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said yesterday that a price increase for RON 95 was possible, and that the people should be prepared to face it.
PAS Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad echoed Pua’s prediction for early polls in July, but said subsidy cuts were not the only factor.
“They don’t have any reason to wait. I think they have concluded that the support of the non-Malays is already a gone case as far as they are concerned, especially with the Chinese; they can only maintain the Malay support for this period of time, the longer they wait.... they risk losing their support,” he said.
He expects the economy to get worse than better and there is a need for more subsidy cuts.
“No way can they badmouth Anwar in what they’ve been doing, nothing else they can act as far as PAS is concerned, unless the final tally comes back if you have the elections now, you’re going to lose,” he said, adding that the “heartbeat of the nation” is no longer with the prime minister.
Khalid expects the economy to get worse than better.
Khalid acknowledged that Prime MInister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was trying to address the problem but didn’t think “he has any idea on how to overcome it and he’s not doing what it takes to address it”.
“The whole party survives on the access of the administration and if they don’t have the money, how to oil their political machinery?” he said.
He added that the ruling government needs to be frugal and identify what to do to help the common people, rather than big businesses which are closely aligned with it, as it needed their support.
“I don’t see the economy changing for the better; I believe they will be even more hard-pressed to face the voters at the end of the year or next year but because there are other factors including commodity prices — oil and gas prices and all that — maybe there will be political changes.
“They can’t carry on winning the elections just by having the culture of fear among the Malays, demonising Anwar. There’s only so much they can do if they are forced to proceed or drag the elections next year, they might be forced to do some real economic policy changes and sacrifices,” he said.
Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Dr Donald Lim said even with the subsidy cuts the price of commodities, especially sugar and fuel, are among the lowest in the region.
He said the rise in sugar prices may benefit the people as it may slow down the rate of diabetic cases in the country as well as cut down smuggling of sugar.
As for fuel prices, he said it was beyond the government’s control and that the people should try to cut down on usage.
“I think the rakyat will know that this is beyond the Barisan Nasional government’s control. The government will try our best to maintain the situation. We have to weigh the situation. We will monitor the price of oil in the world.
“Either the government or the rakyat will suffer. There has to be a compromise. I believe the subsidy cuts were a necessary announcement. The important thing is oil price increase affects all governments in the world, especially the ruling governments, it is something that we have to face, the reality,” he said.
Malaysia’s low purchasing power, coupled with rising prices, is putting pressure on the Najib administration to pump more public funds into existing subsidies.
Lim said the prices of sugar and fuel are among the lowest in the region.
The move is seen as necessary to avoid public unrest over the escalating cost of living, as well as to counter Pakatan Rakyat’s (PR) attacks on the government’s previous plans of phasing out subsidies.
Najib said on April 1 that the recent surge in the cost of living may force the government to slow subsidy cuts, and that while the government was committed to reducing the nation’s deficit, “we don’t want rising prices in Malaysia to be a major burden for the people.”
He has already announced the government’s willingness to fork out RM4 billion more in addition to the RM10 billion allocated for subsidies this year.
Analysts and politicians believe that problems affecting the economy — distorted and inefficient markets, lack of competition, low wages and a weak ringgit — will be the biggest problem for the BN administration as the country heads into the next general election, speculated to be held by year end.
But Muhyiddin’s remarks suggested the government was now preparing the public for more cuts.
“We cannot guarantee there will be no increase in the prices of goods. We cannot control the prices but where the government can intervene to decrease public burden then we will,” he said.
The 2010 Prices and Wages report by Swiss bank UBS AG shows that residents in KL have only 33.8 per cent the purchasing power of their counterparts in New York, 42 per cent that of London, 33.7 per cent that of Sydney, 32.6 per cent that of Los Angeles and 31.6 per cent that of Zurich.
A check on salaries and prices in selected developed country cities by The Malaysian Insider showed that despite being touted as one of the world’s least expensive cities, KL residents pay as much or even more for chicken, broadband, cars and mobile phones as a percentage of their income.
Despite government assurances that inflation is under control, Malaysians are becoming increasingly restive over the cost of goods in relation to wages, especially those who are able to compare the corresponding price-to-wage ratios in developed economies.
According to a Bloomberg report last month, surging fuel prices and unhappiness over the implementation of race-based policies contributed to the ruling BN coalition losing control of five states to Pakatan Rakyat in Election 2008, where it also ceded a record 82 out of 222 seats in Parliament.
Najib completed his second year as leader on April 3 after inheriting a contracting economy and a ruling coalition with the smallest majority in Parliament since independence in 1957.
The Bloomberg report also wrote that voters and investors are waiting for the premier to deliver on pledges to transform the country into a developed nation by 2020, narrow the budget gap and ensure preferential economic policies benefiting the Malay majority are extended to the poor of other races.

Son of Ibrahim: Don't use ISA or sedition laws against Ibrahim, the extremist

PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim does not support calls for sedition laws nor the Internal Security Act be used against Ibrahim Ali, the leader of Malay right-wing group Perkasa.
In an exclusive interview with Malaysiakini yesterday, Anwar said that Malaysians must instead collectively decide whether they were willing to condone the incitement of religious or racial hatred by Perkasa and other right-wing groups.

"People who are angry with Ibrahim asked for him to be charged with sedition or ISA. I don't. As a matter of principle, I don't support ISA or the Sedition Act and therefore I do not condone the use of these (laws), even as a temporary measure. (But) should a civilised country, after half a century of independence, condone these sorts of sentiments?," Anwar said.NONE

Ibrahim, who is also Pasir Mas parliamentarian, had come under fire for calling for a 'crusade' and 'jihad' (holy war) against Christians who were accused of trying to undermine Islam's position in Malaysia. at a 1Malaysia event last Saturday.

The call was in response to a heavily-refuted Utusan Malaysia's report that a group of church leaders had taken an oath to make Christianity the country's official religion and to install a Christian prime minister.

Guess what? Now there's a purported plot to make Malaysia a Hindu state!

Thursday May 19, 2011

Check, some news just isn’t right


The irresponsible, unfounded and silly abound on the Net. It is up to responsible news organisations to verify the truth of the matter before picking up the story.
HEY! Guess what? The other day I was wandering around Brickfields in Kuala Lumpur and I saw a group of Hindus discussing something in their temple compound.
You know what? I think they want to make Malaysia a Hindu state!
They are somehow going to get two-thirds of both the Dewan Rakyat and the Dewan Negara along with the Council of Rulers to change the Constitution and make us a Hindu state.
No, don’t laugh. I recognised a politician in there among them, so it must be true.
How can you tell this story is true? Well, you are reading it in a newspaper aren’t you? And to make sure this story is truly credible, I’m going to make the same assertions on my blog.
Does this sound stupid to you? It does? Well, that is because it is.
Now in the world we live in today, anyone with a computer can say any old thing, no matter how obtuse, and then get it out for the whole planet to see.
For example, the “scoop” that a bunch of priests and politicians are going to turn this country into some sort of Christian state.
It’s a wild accusation – irresponsible, unfounded and silly.
However, on the information super highway, you get a lot of silliness and this is to be expected.
In my view, this freedom to be as dumb as you can be is a price worth paying for the freedom of expression the Net gives us.
However, I find it is surprising that this “scoop” would be carried by a newspaper. Aren’t newspapers supposed to work within this strange thing called “journalistic principles”?
Shouldn’t a newspaper check out a story first by doing a spot of investigating? I don’t know, perhaps by calling the organisers of this “insidious” meeting of Christians and asking them.
The conversation could sound something like this: “Hello Padre, are you going to convince Parliament and the Council of Rulers to make this a Christian state? You aren’t? Are you sure, because a blogger said you are.
“What’s his name? I don’t know because he uses a pseudonym. Perhaps there is some other way you want to do it, maybe by force?
“What did you say? Oh, yes, Christians make up only 7% of the population and there is no Christian Army to call upon.
“I see, so it’s just a silly accusation then? Right, well, thanks for your time Padre.”
There you go, simple. No need to do a Woodward and Bernstein with midnight visits to underground car parks to meet informers named “Deep Throat”.
A simple phone call is all it takes.
Speaking of simple, it came as no surprise at all to me to hear Ibrahim Ali jumping on this story and then proceeding to rave and rant.
He promises to lead a crusade against Christians, and that he and his jolly Perkasa pals will be the first to lay down their lives.
What a brave man he is because I would have thought that such language would definitely bring the law down on your head.
I mean what if some Buddhist said he wanted to wage war on Muslims, he would have been locked away under the ISA or the Sedition Act before he can say “bad karma”.
But then it doesn’t take much bravery to say such things where Ibrahim Ali is concerned. Especially if the de facto Law Minister has given you the freedom to make such comments.
He said we have to live with such comments and he won’t use the Sedition Act.
This is because people say such things on the Net anyway and to single out Ibrahim Ali would not be right.
Hey, that’s good to know. So if lots of people say the same thing on the Net, then the Government won’t take action against any single person? This is a fascinating new policy.
Does this mean that if, say, a thousand of us put on our blogs, tweets and Facebook that we want an armed rebellion, no action will be taken?

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Five Free Scientific Calculators: Free Technology for Teachers

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Five Free Scientific Calculators

In my school we've occasionally had a problem with scientific graphing calculators growing legs and walking away for good. I'm sure we're not the only school to have that problem. One possible solution to the problem of disappearing calculators is to have students use calculators on their laptops, netbooks, or tablets. Here are five free calculators that you can either use online or install on your computer.

Microsoft offers scientific calculator that you can download for free (Windows only). Microsoft Mathematics 4.0 is a graphing calculator that plots in 2D and 3D. Of course, the calculator does many other functions such as solving inequalities, converting units of measure, and performing matrix and vector operations.

Encalc is a free online scientific calculator. Encalc describes itself on its homepage as follows, "Encalc is an online scientific calculator. Its strength lies in its ability handle units and dimensional analysis, to define variables and its large database of constants. Parenthesis and scientific formulas are also supported." One of the features that I really like about Encalc are the explanations of how different variables and constants function within an equation or formula.

Web2.0calc is a free online scientific calculator. While it won't replace the TI-84 Plus, it can do what your average high school student needs it to do. The best part is, you don't have to use it on the Web2.0calc site because they offer three widgets that you can use to embed the calculator into your own blog or website.

Speed Crunch is a free scientific calculator application for Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems. Speed Crunch performs all of the functions necessary for high school Algebra and Geometry courses except graphing. In addition to performing all of these functions, Speed Crunch has a "math book" containing commonly used equations and formulas. One Speed Crunch feature that appealed to me from a design standpoint is the color coding of equations to differentiate between constants and variables.

Graph.tk is a free online graphing utility that I found in the Google Chrome Web Store. Graph.tk allows you to plot multiple functions through its dynamically resizing grid. To graph an equation on Graph.tk just click the "+" symbol to enter a new equation. Click here to watch a short video of Graph.tk in use. One thing that the video doesn't show and isn't clear the first time you use Graph.tk is that you need to delete the existing default equations before you start.


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