Saturday, June 30, 2012

Najib avoiding polls in order to save his own ass lah!

PM says not avoiding polls

Years ago, Najib, then DPM, told the rakyat to change lifestyle. Now that he's an Umno appointed PM, he should again tell the rakyat to change lifestyle - no handouts. Does he really care that the rakyat is suffering? I think not. Rather, he only wants to save his own ass. ;-)

TGV 1Shamelin: Citibank Gold 1-for-1, RM10 promo

Watched Brave today @ 1Shamelin.

Only RM13 for two of us - my wife and I. Thanks to Citibank 1-for-1 promotion valid only on Saturday.

On weekdays, the promotion is RM10 per ticket per person.

TGV is located on L5 of 1Shamelin. When you enter the car park, there's a sign on each level that will point you all the way up to L1.

Take elevator up to L5.

Benefits of coming here to catch a movie @ 1Shamelin is:
1. Ample parking
2. Free parking
3. Guaranteed seats available even at the eleventh hour before a showtime
4. New and clean

Friday, June 29, 2012

Utusan M'sia: Tunku minta Melayu hapuskan Umno


Fact: Mubarak, Najib, Putin tagged false democrats

A good post from zorro-unmasked:


Thursday, June 28, 2012

Study: Men who lose love handles rev up SEX drive!

Men who lose love handles rev up sex drive, study shows


June 28, 2012
No, that is not something for the ladies to grab on to. — ©zwola fasola/
NEW YORK, June 28 — Gents, if you have been less randy of late and think it is just a consequence of getting older, you may want to consider losing those love handles to get the fire going again.
According to a new study out of St Vincent’s University Hospital in Dublin, Ireland, overweight and pre-diabetic men who went on a weight loss programme were able to reduce the prevalence of low testosterone levels by almost 50 per cent.
Men who carry extra weight have been shown to have lower levels of testosterone, the hormone responsible for men’s sex drives. Low levels of testosterone can also cause conditions like erectile dysfunction.
For the study, presented this week at the The Endocrine Society’s 94th annual meeting in Boston, researchers observed about 900 pre-diabetic men who were also overweight, with an average age of 54.
Men were divided into three groups who received a prescription for either 150 minutes of exercise a week plus a low-calorie, low-fat diet, the diabetes drug metformin, or a placebo pill.
With exercise and a sensible eating plan, the prevalence of low testosterone decreased 46 per cent throughout the year. The same couldn’t be said for participants who were put on the diabetes drug or the placebo groups, as their levels of testosterone remained largely unchanged.
Men put on the lifestyle modification treatment lost an average of about 8 kg over the year, which not only increased their body’s production of testosterone but also reduced the risk of diabetic progression.
Another study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism found that older men with higher levels of testosterone have a reduced risk of losing muscle mass and lower body strength. Loss of muscle mass and strength are associated with falls, mobility limitations and fractures. — AFP/Relaxnews

Janji ditepati? Sudah lama janji tak ditepati. Hahaha

"Good morning. You tau tak tema Hari Merdeka?" I asked the tudung-clad lady boss.

She shook her. Eyes opened wide, she anxiously waited for my answer.

"Janji ditepati," I said emphatically.

"Oh ya ke? Bagusnya. Rakyat didahulukan. Selama ini janji tak ditepati," said the lady boss.

Then we broke into laughter.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Hang you, Umno MP. You just made Ambiga popular

MIC veep: Govt made Ambiga popular

S Retnanathan | June 21, 2012
The government's action made her a hero material, says MIC vice-president and deputy minister M Saravanan.
PETALING JAYA: All the brickbats thrown against Bersih chairperson S Ambiga by those in the government, have made the former Bar Council president popular and allowed her to gain the sympathy of Malaysians.
Describing the election watchdog co-chairperson as an ordinary person, MIC vice-president M Saravanan said Ambiga did ordinary things which can be done by anyone.
“However, the subsequent action by the government after the April 28 Bersih rally and opposition parties throwing their support for her made her extraordinary.
“Our action [the government's] made her a hero material… in this case a heroine,” the Federal Territory and Urban Wellbeing Deputy Minister told FMT in an interview.
On the Bersih 3.0 rally, the MIC leader said even if the crowd which attended the rally was 80,000 or 300,000 as claimed by the opposition, it was barely one percent of the country’s total population of 29 million.
Bersih wanted the rally to be held at the historic Dataran Merdeka. But the police obtained a court order barring anyone from entering the Dataran area for three days starting April 27.
This caused Bersih to hold the mammoth rally, calling for free and fair elections, on the busy streets of the federal capital.
The government subsequently filed a suit against Ambiga and nine other Bersih steering committee members in the civil court for damages caused as a result of the rally.
The government is seeking general and special damages amounting to RM122,000 and also a declaration that Bersih had violated the Peaceful Assembly Act.
Then on May 15, a group of retired armed forces personnel held “butt exercises” in front of her residence at Bukit Damansara.
The Malaysian Armed Forces Veterans Association said the event was held to protest against Ambiga for being an “enemy of the nation who had smeared the country’s name” by organising the April 28 rally.
Earlier on May 10, a “burger protest” was also held in front of Ambiga’s house by a group of traders who claimed to have suffered losses due to the Bersih rally.
In the latest twist, Kuala Lumpur City Hall sent a letter of demand to Ambiga and steering committee member Maria Chin Abdullah.
The letter, inked by DBKL director-general Salleh Yusup, sought compensation amounting to RM351,203.45 with regard to the rally, and an additional RM100 for preparing the legal notice.
If Ambiga and Maria failed to settle the stipulated amount within two weeks, Salleh said DBKL would initiate legal action against them.

Shooting in the foot
All these actions coupled with statements by government leaders bashing Ambiga turned the tide in Ambiga’s favour. She soon gained popularity and sympathy from fellow Malaysians.
“We [the government] should have allowed them [protesters] to meet for two hours at Dataran Merdeka. It’s no big deal… just let them gather, say what they want and disperse,” said Saravanan.
“Although the government offered them [organiser] a solution, which is to hold the rally at a stadium, they did not accept it. It would have been better at a stadium. Even the Umno 66th year celebration was held at a stadium. The same thing with PAS’ Himpunan Hijau.
“I think this is the way forward. We should allow rallies but at enclosed or confined areas. There is no point putting up barricades, getting court orders and all that. The April rally shows this legal approach does not work,” he added.
He said if the Bersih rally was held in a stadium, then bloodshed could have been averted.
The rally turned unruly after police fired tear gas and sprayed chemically-laced water on the protesters when they tried to force their way into the Dataran Merdeka area. Scores were injured in the melee, including policemen.
Saravanan said if the rally was held at a stadium, the crowd estimate would have been more accurate and skirmishes avoided.
“Look at it this way… the damage [caused] by barring the rally [from entering Dataran Merdeka] was far more than if we had allowed the two-hour rally at the square… it’s that simple. We shot ourselves in the foot in the absence of strategic planning,” said Saravanan.

Five days later...

Hang Ambiga, says Umno MP

June 26, 2012


Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Monday, June 25, 2012

I love U. U love me. We're a happy 1Malaysia family

There's even a better version.

I help you. You help me. We're a happy family.


Najib is a desperate family man.


If Najib not 'pendatang', then all Malaysians are not!

Though Najib, the PM of 1Malaysia, has his roots in Makassar, Sulawesi, he is not a 'pendatang'.

So, naturally, all Malaysians whether Chinese, Indian 'dan lain-lain', are not 'pendatangs' too.

Najib: Chinese not ‘pendatang’

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Just say handouts pre-election goodies ONLY, Najib

We will move forward while MCA dwells in the past

MCA president Chua Soi Lek today said the Chinese community should not dwell in the past and be upset over past decisions made by previous governments.

Responding to a question from the floor over the problems plaguing Chinese schools in the country, Chua told some 2,000 Chinese youths in a dialogue at Universiti Malaya this afternoon, "Don't dwell on what happened in the 60s and 70s, today is the 21st century, It is not right to dwell on past decisions, we have a new way of doing things and we should move forward as long as are on the right path."

You can't teach an old dog new tricks. Obviously, the old dog is Umno's old faithful, MCA.

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Onn Kee Claypot Seafood Porridge at off jln Imbi KL

'The signature dish' - claypot seafood porridge.
 Soup is nice too.
 Chicken and...not sure what dish.
 Bitter gourd fried with salted egg - crunchy and yummy!
 'Weird taste curry head'.
 Menu of Chinese cuisines.
For more information such as opening hours, location and address, go to at:

BN or not, the government is for development, Ku Li

Don't give rubbish talk. You should know by now that a government is and should be for development of the country.

It is not a matter of BN or not BN. So why the call to back BN for development?

Ku Li, if you're an honourable man, before you convince us further that BN is for development, why don’t you respond and deny the following list of BN’s “deeds” that has gone viral in the internet:

1. PKFZ RM12 billion
2. Submarine Commission RM500 million
3. Sime Darby RM964 million
4. Paya Indah Westland RM88 million
5. Pos Malaysia (Transmile) RM230 million lost
6. Eurocopter deal RM1 billion wasted?
7. Terengganu Stadium collapse RM292 million
8. MRR2 repair cost RM70 million
9. Maybank overpaid BII RM4 billion
10. Tourism - NYY kickback RM10 million
11. 3 paintings bought by MAS RM1.5 million
12. Overpayment by Sport Ministry RM8.4 million
13. London’s white elephant sports complex RM70 million
14. MATRADE repairs RM120 million
15. Cost of new plane used by PM RM200 million
16. InventQ irrecoverable debt RM228 million
17. Compensation for killing crooked bridge RM257 million
18. Loss in selling Augusta RM 510 million
19. Worth of APs given out in a year RM1.8 billion
20. Submarines (future Muzium Negara artifacts) RM4.1 billion
21. PSC Naval dockyard RM6.75 billion
22. The Bank Bumiputra twin scandals in the early 1980s saw US$1 billion losses (RM3.2 billion in 2008)
23. The Maminco attempt to corner the World Tin Market in the 1980s is believed to have cost some US$500 million (RM1.6 billion)
24. Betting in foreign exchange futures cost Bank Negara Malaysia RM30 billion in the 1990s
25. Perwaja Steel’s US$800 million (RM2.56 billion) losses
26. Use of RM10 billion public funds in the Valuecap Sdn Bhd operation to shore up the stock market
27. Banking scandal of RM700 million losses in Bank Islam
28. The sale of M.V. Agusta by Proton for one Euro making a loss of €75.99 million (RM348 million) Same as No.20?
29. Wang Ehsan from oil royalty on Terengganu RM7.4 billion from 2004 – 2007
30. For the past 10 years since Philharmonic Orchestra was established, this orchestra has swallowed a total of RM500 million. Hiring a Kwai-Lo CEO with a salary of more than RM1 million per annum!
31. In Advisors Fees, Mahathir was paid RM180,000, Shahrizat Abdul RM404,726 and Abdul Hamid Othman (religious) RM549,675 per annum
32. The government has spent a total of RM3.2 billion in teaching Maths and Science in English over the past five years. Of the amount, the government paid a whopping RM2.21 billion for the purchase of information and computer technology (ICT) equipment which it is unable to give a breakdown. Government paid more than RM6,000 per notebook vs per market price of less than RM3,000 through some new consortiums that was setup just to transact the notebook deal. There was no Maths & Science Content for the teachers and the notebooks are all with the teachers' children now.
33. The commission paid for purchase of jets and submarines to two private companies - Perimeker Sdn Bhd and IMT Defence Sdn Bhd amounted to RM910 million. Expanding on No. 2?
37. RM300 million to compensate Gerbang Perdana for the RM1.1 billion "Crooked Scenic Half-Bridge"
38. RM1.3 billion has been wasted building the white elephant Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) facilities on cancellation of the Malaysia-Singapore Scenic Bridge
39. RM100 million on renovation of Parliament building which leaks
40. National Astronaut (actually tourist) Programme – RM40 million
41. National Service Training Programme – yearly an estimate of RM 500 million
42. Eye of Malaysia - RM30 million and another RM5.7 million of free tickets
43. RM2.4 million on indelible ink
44. Samy Vellu announced in September 2006 that the government paid compensation amounting to RM38.5 billion to 20 highway companies. RM380 million windfalls for 9 toll concessionaires earned solely from the toll hike in 2008 alone
45. RM32 million timber export kickbacks involving companies connected to Sarawak Chief Minister and his family.
46. Two bailouts of Malaysia Airline System RM7.9 billion. At a time when MAS is incurring losses every year, RM1.55 million used to buy three paintings to decorate its Chairman’s (Munir) office. Expanding on No.11
47. Putra transport system bailout which cost RM4.486 billion.
48. STAR-LRT bailout costing RM3.256 billion.
49. National Sewerage System bailout costing RM192.54 million.
50. Seremban-Port Dickson Highway bailout costing RM142 million
51. Kuching Prison bailout costing RM135 million
52. Kajian Makanan dan Gunaan Orang Islam bailout costing RM8.3 million
53. Le Tour de Langkawi bailout costing RM3.5 Million
54. Wholesale distribution of tens of millions of shares in Bursa Malaysia under the guise of NEP to cronies, children and relatives of BN leaders and ministers worth billions of ringgit.
55. Alienation of tens of thousands of hectares of commercial lands and forestry concessions to children and relatives of BN leaders and Ministers worth tens of billions of ringgits.
56. Since 1997, Petronas has handed out a staggering RM30 billion in natural gas subsidies to IPPs who were reaping huge profits. In addition, there were much wastages and forward trading of Petronas oil in the 1990s based on the low price of oil then. Since the accounts of Petronas are for the eyes of the Prime Minister only, we have absolutely no idea of the amount.
57. RM5,700 for a car jack worth only RM50
58. Government-owned vehicle consumed a tank of petrol worth RM113 within a few minutes
59. A pole platform that cost RM990 was bought for RM30,000
60. A thumb drive that cost RM90 was bought for RM480
61. A cabinet that cost RM1,500 was bought for RM13,500
62. A flashlight that cost RM35 was bought for RM143
63. Expenses for 1Malaysia campaign paid to APCO?
64. RM17 billion subsidy to IPP
65. US$24 million Diamond Ring for Ro$mah - Cancellation of Order - how much compensation?
66. CowGate ... RM250 million
67. Monsoon Cup . . . RM800 million per year
68. Illicit Fund Transfers out of Malaysia (2000 - 2009) : RM 1,077,000,000,000!
69. Tajudin-Danaharta settlement to cover up for Dr M and Daim
70. Billions of ringgit toll concessions that disadvantage the government and taxpayers

Friday, June 22, 2012

Lim Guan Eng wins second lawsuit against Utusan!

Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng won his defamation suit against Utusan Malaysia in the Penang High Court today.

The suit is related to an article published in the Umno-linked Malay daily in year 2008. The article said that Lim would abolish the New Economic Policy.

Lim was awarded RM200,000  and RM20,000 in compensation and costs respectively.

This is Lim's second court victory against Utusan.

Legalised illegal worker-burglar shot dead @ Rawang

A 'legalised illegal worker-turned-burglar' shot dead at Rawang, Malaysia. How many of this type of criminals are there in Selangor alone?

Three burglars shot dead

RAWANG (June 19, 2012): It was a case of bad timing by three Indonesian burglars who tried to break into a house at Taman Templer Saujana just when police were conducting a crime prevention operation in the area early today
The suspects, who were later gunned down by police in a shoot-out, arrived in a car at the main road opposite the house of a building contractor at about 4am.

While the driver remained seated in the getaway car, his two accomplices armed with handtools jumped over the fence of their targeted house and tried to break in.

Several police detectives who were on patrol in the area became suspicious upon seeing the getaway car and went over to investigate.

However, on seeing the detectives, the two burglars ran out of the house compound, got into their getaway car and sped off with the police team pursuing them in an unmarked vehicle. 

The foreigners had barely travelled a kilometre when the driver lost control of his vehicle and crashed. 

Selangor police CID chief SAC II Mohd Adnan Abdullah said gunshots rang out soon after the car came to a halt and the detectives took cover before returning fire.

In the ensuing shoot-out, all three robbers were killed and two handguns were recovered at the scene, he said.

The houseowner was asleep throughout the drama and oblivious to the attempted break-in until he was alerted of it by the police.

It is learnt that while two of the foreigners had valid passports, the third man was a registered candidate of the 6P amnesty programme where the government offered to legalise illegal workers in the country.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Standard Chartered KL Marathon 2012: Road closures (Sunday, 24 June) -

Weng Heong yummy bak kut teh: Tmn. Intan Klang

My wife and I came here to eat before attending a funeral service on Sunday 22, April 2012.

Thank God, incidentally, there was an empty lot and an empty table right before us soon as we arrived.

Soon, we just took order the 'standard' order for two pax.

 A teapot of hot water and a bag of tea.

 A kettle of hot water for tea refills.

 Must-have rice.
A claypot of pork and vege with herbal soup. Otherwise, known as 'bak kut teh'.

The 'yow char koay' that goes well with the soup of 'bak kut teh'.
The total bill came up to RM26+ for two pax.

We are telling Lynas that we are sending it to HELL

There will be a sea of black cloth fluttering in the sky at the Occupy Balok-Gebeng rally at the Balok beach in Pahang on Saturday, with the organisers gearing up to prepare anti-Lynas banners using the colour of mourning.

NONEClement Chin (right), Himpunan Hijau steering committee member, said some 500 banners, in black with white wordings, will be held up on the beach while thousands of pieces of black cloth will be distributed to participants to create their own banners.

Chin said, "We want to send the message that this is a very solemn and critical moment, for Lynas is about to start operations. We can't wait any more."

Himpunan Hijau chairman Wong Tack said a team of 20 volunteers were working against time to complete the 500 banners by Saturday and added, "We are telling Lynas that we are sending it to hell."

Why do Umno-BN fear to sign peace pact with PR?

Yesterday, Malaysiakini reported:
There will be a peaceful transition of government if Pakatan Rakyat wins the next general election, Kota Belud MP Abdul Rahman Dahlan says.

On June 5, 2012, Free Malaysia Today reported:
PKR to BN: Let’s sign ‘gentlemen’s pact’

Let both parties sign a peace pact that seals a commitment to not to resort to violence if either party loses.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Syed Mokhtar's insatiable expansion binge: Forbes!

How describes Syed Mokhtar as the #7 Malaysia's Richest:
Onetime rice trader goes on an expansion binge, with his DRB-Hicom -buying a 43% stake in state-owned carmaker Proton for $422 million and 32% of postal company Pos Malaysia for $196 million. Telecom arm Puncak Semangat was among 9 companies to win a 4G spectrum allocation in December. Next target is rail operator KTM. Flurry of deals sent DRB-Hicom shares up 42%, helping to boost his fortune by $800 million.

All of the above is never enough.

Jasbir Singh Chahl, Perimekar director, subpoenaed

Source: The Malaysian Insider

French court wants Jasbir Singh Chahl the Terasasi director, not restaurateur

@ Malaysia Today:

French court wants Jasbir Singh Chahl the Perimekar director, not restaurateur

Which one - Terasasi or Perimekar? Whichever one, the person is the same - Jasbir Sing!

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

You don't support the opposition. I too don't support!.

Adelyn Yeoh's opinion piece, 'I don't support the oppostion', is at the top of the 'Most Read' of The Malaysian Insider.

Though I do not fully agree with the article, I too, like its author, am 'pro opposition' at the moment.

Reason being, as the writer said, "I support the best party, which happens to be the opposition at this particular time."

What's wrong with Bersih being dragged into looking political due to the conduct of opposition supporters during the rally and the overwhelming presence of opposition leaders? After all, the opposition leaders and supporters happen to be the rakyat too. So are leaders and supporters of the ruling coalition.

In fact, Bersih is good for both sides of political divide as Ambiga had said before, Bersih 2.0 good for BN too.

Najib favors Lynas over rakyat. Lynas first, TOL now

The Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (Lamp) does not have the potential to cause major accident hazards and it should thus be issued with a temporary operating licence (TOL), the parliamentary select committee (PSC) on Lamp says.

This is based on the fact that the RM700 million plant in Gebeng, Kuantan, is not a nuclear installation, going by scientific facts, legal definitions and information imparted by experts, says the PSC in its report which was presented to Parliament yesterday.

NONEThe report states, "The committee notes that Lamp is a chemical factory based on the Ministry of International Trade and Industry approval, which classifies its products as rare earth oxides and carbonates. Meanwhile, the Department of Occupational Safety and Health categorises it as a manufacturing factory while the Department of Environment categorises it as a chemical factory based on the Environmental Quality Act 1974."

While the report acknowledges that residues from Lamp will contain naturally occurring radioactive materials, including uranium and thorium, it says these were not nuclear fuels and are regulated in Malaysia, despite this not being the case in most nations and added that it would be impossible for the people to be sufficiently exposed to thorium in the residues produced by the factory to the extent that it would damage their health.

Penang BN, PR vs port privatisation, Syed Mokhtar!

The Penang BN appears to be united with Pakatan Rakyat on the issue of the privatisation of the Penang port to businessman Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary.

NONEThe DAP recently launched a campaign urging the port be returned to Penangites after the government had confirmed that Syed Mokhtar (right) won the bid to privatise it and at a press conference in Penang today, Penang BN chief Teng Chang Yeow urged the federal government to return the issue of privatisation to the National Economic Council for review as the deal was not inked yet.

He said, "We will send a delegation to the prime minister to express our views collected from the people."
Trying to distance himself from the possibility of being on the same page as DAP,  Teng quickly said "we do things differently".

When asked to confirm BN's stand the matter and if the press could infer that the coalition had a similar stand on the issue, Teng was dodgy but said "you can infer whatever you want".

Monday, June 18, 2012

The 18 hot guys who cook on Diva Astro. Yummy ;)

I'm sure a lot of gals (guys too, I'm sure) who can't wait for 'Hot Guys Who Cook', the latest reality series to start showing on 25 Jun 9:05 pm on Diva Universal Astro.
@ Astro:

@ Diva Universal:

Transfers, cold storage for 'anti-Umno' civil servants!

Former education ministry official joins PAS

June 17, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, June 17 — PAS has welcomed yet another notable civil service personality into its ranks, boosting its bid to shore up voter support ahead of national polls pivotal to Pakatan Rakyat’s (PR) future.
Ahmad Zabidi Shamsuddin, who was formerly an Education Ministry school inspector and Terengganu education department director, submitted his registration form to the party’s spiritual leader Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat last night at PAS’ “Green Rally to Putrajaya” event in Perak to galvanise its ranks for the 13th general elections.
The party’s organ Harakah Daily reported the event was attended by over 30,000 people.
In his speech last night, Ahmad Zabidi, who served in the government for 33 years, said oppression was rife in the civil service, and “those who do not support BN would be punished by being stationed far away from home”.
“Staff were transferred not by the orders of the education director, but on the insistence of BN and Umno leaders,” he said, adding this practice was still going on in the government sector.
Ahmad Zabidi explained Umno’s secular policies were the driving force behind his decision to join PAS.
Previously, PAS had successfully recruited former land and cooperatives secretary-general Datuk Profesor Dr Nik Zain Nik Yusof, who submitted his registration form to party president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang during the party’s rally in Alor Setar.
Former senior policeman Datuk Fauzi Shaari also joined PAS last month, scoring a major point for the Islamist party.
The ex-criminal investigation department (CID) chief, the third highest office in the force, was reportedly known for busting vice activities in the capital city.
His strong anti-vice stand at the time was criticised by a minister, whom Harakah reported had said would deter tourists from visiting the country.
Fauzi was reported as saying his reason for joining the Islamist party was not to contest in the general election, which must be held within the year, or other similar considerations but to help PAS in its religious efforts.
Harakah reported last night that Nik Zain too has pledged to work and help PAS in its fight for Islam.
Fauzi, who is from Pantai Besar, Batu Kurau, Perak, was also cited as saying he would help campaign for PR, especially PAS, through various organised talks.
Fauzi was first rumoured to be joining PAS a month ago along with former Bukit Aman commercial crimes investigation chief Datuk Ramli Yusoff and ex-Umno Cabinet minister Tan Sri Abdul Kadir Sheikh Fadzir.
The Malaysian Insider also reported that PAS wants Ramli and Abdul Kadir to contest in the upcoming general election.
But Ramli and Abdul Kadir have denied that they have already joined PAS.
Abdul Kadir, who quit Umno earlier this year after accusing the party of being plagued by money politics, has since formed his own political party, Parti Ikatan Bangsa Malaysia (Ikatan), to bolster opposition against Barisan Nasional (BN) in the next general election.

I heard of stories told by my colleague whose mother and sister (or sister-in-law) were teachers in government schools. Knowing the her mother was a PAS supporter, her record mysteriously went missing from the electoral roll while her sister was put in cold storage for voting for PAS.

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Why 'Malays only' insult rulers? Dr. Umno started it!

  • Leven Woon
  • 3:31PM Jun 17, 2012

Following his father's recent criticism against the former Perak MB, Johor Crown Prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim said he felt saddened that a slew of criticism made against the royalty were committed by Malays.
Johor Crown Prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, in a Twitter posting yesterday, expressed his sadness and regret that a slew of criticisms made against the royalty were committed by Malays, saying, “I feel saddened and regretful. Why are the Malays the only ones are trying to overthrow the royalty?”

Also, he asked why other races did not waste time making critical statements on the rulers and were more focused on succeeding in life.

The 28-year-old prince also implied that Malays would be sidelined should Malaysia do away with royalty, saying, "I would like to see what will happen to the Malays if our beloved country becomes like Singapore. If there is hardship, don't be busy looking for a king then."

He ended the five-line posting by urging people to stop daydreaming and learn to appreciate what they had.

The prince's tweet came days after his father, Sultan Ibrahim ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar (right) expressed unhappiness over former Perak menteri besar Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin's recent criticism on the ruler's RM520,000 purchase of the WWW1 car number plate. 

The world and its systems have changed - politically, economically etc. I'm sure the Johor Crown Prince knows that very well. Otherwise, he won't be Twitter-ing to his subjects.

Maybe Johor Crown Prince has forgotten that the person who started the 'Daulat Rakyat' movement is also famous for his 'Melayu mudah lupa' statement.

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Sealed – deal on pandas and a plea for the pandas!

Saturday June 16, 2012 

Sealed – deal on pandas 

The following is a letter from the President of Malaysian Animal Welfare

A plea for the Pandas

June 15, 2012
FMT LETTER: From Shenaaz Khan, via e-mail

China’s much publicised loaning of two Giant pandas to Malaysia is hardly an event to be received with rousing merriment. The exercise is in equal measure preposterous and superfluous and is unworthy of festive fireworks.

In an atmosphere of economic imbecility and political pandering, the Malaysian government has come up with the kind of inane idea that exemplifies its governing greatness. Their little reform agendas now include Giant pandas. Under the greedy guise of conservation, two Giant pandas are to bear the burden of bridging diplomatic ties between China and Malaysia.

How this is to be achieved is beyond baffling. But it yet again illustrates a blatant manifestation of Malaysia’s institutional pattern of exploiting animals to serve selfish human interests. To assume otherwise is grossly foolish.

Minister in Prime Minister’s Department Koh Tsu Koon has reportedly said that China’s gesture in lending a pair of pandas shows that it recognises Malaysia as a special country. Yes, Malaysia’s specialities include licensing countless zoos to abuse animals for human fortunes.

Malaysian zoos have for years abused and neglected their animals with complete legal immunity despite legislated codes of animal welfare clearly not being adhered to. Their registry of crimes include drugging tigers for photo taking sessions, forcing elephants to ride tricycles, cramping orangutans into runty cages and trafficking totally protected wildlife!

Zoos such as Taiping zoo, Danga Bay and A’Famosa, are fairly representative examples of these atrocious zoos and are in clear conflict of conservation. Nonetheless, the Malaysian government has habitually dedicated itself to ignoring and facilitating animal abuse as animal welfare and conservation have never been on the forefront of their political consciousness.

Hence, it is incredulous to imagine Malaysia being chosen for a conservation effort given its hideous track record. This whole panda loaning scheme has also made apparent the very deep pockets of the Malaysian government. While they feign financial frugality, they are ever ready to take on the colossal technical and architectural tasks necessary to house the pandas.

Malaysia’s decision to spend obscene amounts of money bringing in a non-native species for a decade long visit is further appalling given its complete and absolute disregard for its very own Malayan Sun bear. The Malayan sun bears are routinely orphaned and victimised by habitat loss from excessive logging, poaching for bear products and surging demand in the pet and zoo trade.

Amongst other conservation efforts, the 20 million ringgit could well be spent on saving the endangered Malayan Sun bear. Yet, the Malaysian government is not concerned in conserving them for they would serve no value to capital investments in China’s economic empire.

While I do not begrudge Malaysia the industrious opportunities China has to offer in trade and commerce, it is important to underscore here that China is the leading capital of animal abuse, illegal wildlife trade and wild meat consumption.

Across the world, elephant numbers are dwindling owing to China’s ruthless demand for ivory. China also remains the primary consumer of traditional Chinese medicine and wild meat, the two commodities driving the illegal wildlife trade and pushing many endangered species to near extinction.

And while China hands out pairs of pandas to various countries, their own horrific fur and bear bile farms kill, maim and brutalise bears every single day! Across China, bears are kept in cramped cages, their gall bladders implanted with metal catheters and their bodies clamped down with metal grilles to enable the extraction of their bile!

Their catalogue of abuses is endless! Therefore, like Stalin and Hitler advocating human rights, it is a complete travesty that the Malaysian and Chinese regimes should engage on conservation efforts given their respective reputations for animal cruelty.

Let us not be fooled by this farce! These pandas have been ripped from their homes, held hostage by their man masters and have now been pimped for profit! It is indeed a shameful day in Malaysian history as we have allowed pandas to be pawned for pungent political pursuits!

The writer is president of the Malaysian Animal Welfare Society

Haze situation worsens: 1997 worst haze until 2012

Today, the headline of the printed newspaper, The Star, reads, 'Haze in the air'.

As at news published on 10:08:00 AM:

Haze situation worsens

So, what's new? Annually, without fail, the haze comes to visit.

From the '1997 Southeast Asian haze' to the year 2005 when Abdullah Badawi, then PM of Malaysia, asked Muslims in the country to pray for rain to clear the smog, nothing much has changed.

Click here to read the news entitled 'Malaysians told to pray for rain', published by BBC in 2005. 

It clearly tells us of the yearly hazy situation.

Environmentalists accuse big palm oil producers in Sumatra, Indonesia, of using the cheap but dangerous slash-and-burn method to clear land for their plantations - a method they need official permits to use. 

Oh, by the way, many of the large palm oil firms are actually owned by businessmen from Malaysia.

Friday, June 15, 2012

Crime is not on the rise. Just another isolated case!

Crimes not on the rise. Just another isolated case. Nevertheless, it pays to be alert.
This one happened at one remote area in the vicinity of OUG, Bukit Jalil and Happy Garden, KL.

Ambiga rela dipenjara tapi Mahathir takut dipenjara!

Kah kah kah

Ambiga, for a noble cause, is willing to be imprisoned.

Mahathir, known for his Machiavellianism, fears being imprisoned.

Ambiga rela dipenjara demi Bersih

TERKINI @ 06:11:56 PM 14-06-2012
June 14, 2012

Don’t fear jail or death, Kit Siang tells Dr M

UPDATED @ 06:38:47 PM 14-06-2012
June 14, 2012

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Why Sultan so stupid, says RPK. Why still angry?!

On Thursday, 31 May 2012,  Raja Petra Kamarudin posted:

Apparently, the Sultan is still angry.

I wonder if the Sultan will remain angry forever.

Even the King of Spain humbled himself and apologized to the nation for his lil over indulgence.

At the time of writing, the news entitled 'Johor Sultan rebukes Nizar over WWW 1 tweets' tops the 'Most Read' of The Malaysian Insider.

One  commentor, meritocrat18, posted:
A few months ago, Spanish king Juan Carlos was severely criticized for going to an expensive elephant hunting trip which costs about £27,000 or at today's exchange rate about RM133,000. And this is only a fraction of the registration number costs! At the end of the day the king was humble enough to admit his mistake and apologize to the nation...

I think as a responsible leader one has to be sensitive in what he/ she does. Whether it's using public funds or otherwise one shouldn't be so arrogant and touchy when being criticized.

Nobody is perfect and constructive criticisms are good for self-improvement... don't you all agree?

Madonna’s nip slip at Istanbul gig not a malfunction!

Madonna’s Istanbul nip slip latest online craze

Published: 12 June, 2012, 14:34

Madonna flashed a nipple to the visitors of her show in Istanbul
Madonna flashed a nipple to the visitors of her show in Istanbul

The Queen of Pop is in the headlines again after flashing at 55,000 fans on her MDNA tour in Turkey. And while some internet users are calling her a complete tit, the video has scooped dozens of thousands of views on YouTube.
Madonna let a cheeky nipple peak out during her gig in Istanbul on Thursday. The audience seemed to appreciate the exposure – but now the internet is buzzing with indignation as well as approval, with many users slating the aging singer.
"Oh do give it a rest Madonna – at 53 all you're exposing is your desperation," Liz Jones says on Twitter.
“Madonna should be more dignified, she has nothing to prove. It's The Gaga's time now,” user Christopher Brown writes.
“Actually can't believe Madonna got her nipple out, old dog! No one wants to see that,” user Johnny Gasson believes.
Madonna flashing her breast during Istanbul gig (YouTube)
Madonna flashing her breast during Istanbul gig (YouTube)
­“Madonna still has it and her body with 5% body fat is hotter and fitter than a lot of the pretenders these days, so why not show it off… Go Madonna!” YouTube user dwn1lal3 defends the singer.
Hollywood actress Christina Applegate was kinder to the Queen of Pop too, saying she couldn’t understand why people were shocked. “What I'm saying is, it’s not like Sarah Palin had a nip slip, its Madonna!”
Madonna flashing her breast during Istanbul gig (YouTube)
Madonna flashing her breast during Istanbul gig (YouTube)
­Madonna started getting Into the Groove and removing her clothes while performing her 1995 hit Human Nature. Shedding her shirt, she then deliberately slipped down her bra to expose a naughty nipple
Madonna flashing her breast during Istanbul gig (YouTube)
Madonna flashing her breast during Istanbul gig (YouTube)

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Cecilia still in Oracle. No oral sex for favours. Photo

Cecilia, ex Oracle mgr, sex with Boon Lay for favors

Just who is Cecilia Sue?

By Jeanette Tan | Yahoo! Newsroom – 9 hours ago
Who is Cecilia Sue Siew Nang, the female IT executive identified in the four charges levelled against former Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) director Ng Boon Gay?

Speculation on her identity has been rife since late January, when news broke of the high-profile investigations into Ng, who is 46 years old, and ex-Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) commissioner Peter Lim for alleged misconduct.

Back then, reports speculated that Sue, believed to be 37 years old this year, was involved with both Ng and Lim. This proved to be false last Wednesday when Lim was charged in court, and none of the 10 charges read out to him included her.

Ng, on the other hand, was on Tuesday morning charged with four counts of receiving fellatio from Sue between June and December last year — twice while she was employed as a sales manager at Hitachi Data Systems Pte Ltd, and a further two times in December, when she had started work at Oracle Corporation Singapore.

Hitachi’s Singapore branch provides IT, security, and industrial products and services, among others, while Oracle provides software for e-business. Both are multinational corporations.

While it is not certain when exactly Sue was employed with Hitachi, she was working for them between June and November 2011, the period over which Ng’s first two offences were committed.

A spokesperson for Hitachi confirmed Sue’s employment with the company during that time, but said no one in the company was privy to her actions.

“Any alleged inappropriate behaviour attributed to our former employee during her time at HDS was undertaken without the knowledge of, or being condoned by, anyone at HDS,” she told Yahoo! Singapore in a statement.

Attempts to seek comment from representatives at Oracle all through Tuesday were stonewalled, with the company’s public relations executives declining to confirm whether or not Sue is still working there.

Rumours on her background continue to fly

Apart from details of her employment, conflicting rumours about Sue’s background continue to fly between local media and across internet forums, particularly in HardwareZone and SammyBoyForum.

The Straits Times previously reported that she was married and had given birth to a child in early 2011, but according to Lianhe Wanbao, she was divorced from her husband, whom the former said is a businessman who holds directorships in several companies.

She was described to have a tall and slim frame, with long, wavy hair. The English broadsheet also reported that Ng knew Sue for more than three years, and had been close to her since early 2009.

Internet users on SammyBoyForum posted screengrabs of what was believed to be Sue’s LinkedIn profile in January, which detailed her employment and education history.

This included spending about six years at IBM Singapore as an advisory sales specialist, after studying at Curtin University of Technology and Singapore Polytechnic. The Straits Times previously reported that Sue attended a local polytechnic as well as an Australian university before entering sales in the IT industry. The LinkedIn profile, as well as a Facebook profile believed to belong to her, was soon taken down.

No longer servicing CNB accounts: MHA

Separately, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) confirmed that Sue is no longer involved in servicing accounts that either of her employers had or have with CNB.

A spokesperson said, however, that as Ng’s case is before the courts, the ministry is unable to confirm whether or not the contracts and tenders Ng and Sue were separately or directly involved in have been suspended or under review.

“(The ministry) is not able to provide any information which may potentially be the subject of the charges against Mr Ng Boon Gay,” he explained.

In the meantime, Ng’s lawyers said they will be writing in to the public prosecutor’s office to seek clarification on the four charges, specifically on how the acts of fellatio advanced the business interests of Hitachi and Oracle, as well as what the interests themselves were.

It is not known at this stage whether or not Sue will be required to testify should the case proceed to trial, as Ng’s defence counsel made clear on Tuesday that he will be challenging all four of his charges.

Additional reporting by Gail Chai

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

First Family of Malaysia & veteran swindler Daniyar!

1:43PM Jun 12, 2012
US court documents claim that Kazakh national Daniyar Nazarbayev, who is engaged to Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's daughter, is a veteran swindler.

Police wanted death, bloodshed? Tear-gas 3x more!

But why did the police fire three times more tear-gas at Bersih 3.0 rally than at Bersih 2.0 rally? Wasn't that excessive use of force? I believe the police also wanted bloodshed and death, no?

Two police constables were the only police officers charged thus far as part of government investigations into allegations of police brutality during the April 28 rally.

As Raja Petra wrote in Malaysia-Today - 'The IGP must fall on his sword.'

Monday, June 11, 2012

Liow gives up his grandfather's fave no 15: WWW15

The following letter published in Malaysia Today is one man's thoughts on the controversy surrounding the bidding of 'WWW 15':
Who is Solah’s boss? Transport Minister Kong Cho Ha, the MCA secretary-general. So it is now a damage control exercise to get Liow off the controversy.
Lee Kee
It has been a while since I last penned my thoughts in response to public issues, especially those involving MCA and its leaders.
To me, many issues involving MCA and its leaders have become so stale and idiotic that it is just a waste of time to respond. I stand to be corrected that I get the feeling that many also feel the same about MCA and Barisan Nasional (BN)-Umno and they have already decided who they want to give their ballots to in the next general election which must be held within 60 days after March 8, 2013.
The MCA and its leaders have been harping and harping on stale issues. They also continue to belittle and insult the people’s intelligence with their idiotic statements and responses to public issues.
But, the MCA’s mouthpiece, The Star, on June 9 ran a typical story spun to help get its master, MCA deputy president Liow Tiong Lai, off the hook on the controversial bid for WWW 15.
“We will give Liow three choices, says JPJ” was the obnoxious news headline to the intelligent public.
The JPJ (Road Transport Department) director-general Solah Mat Hassan said Liow, as Health Minister, was entitled to the choice motor vehicle registration number free of charge.
Well! Is that so? Then why did he put in his RM24,200 bid for the number? Was the MCA No.2 just ignorant or plain stupid?
Solah said: “He (Liow) has three choices. He can get the number plate for free, he can pay the amount he had originally bid, or if he is no longer interested, he can reject the offer.”
That clearly sounds like an attempt to get Liow off the controversial bid. What about the Johor Sultan, other ministers and deputy ministers? Why not free?
Who is Solah’s boss? Transport Minister Kong Cho Ha, the MCA secretary-general. So it is now a damage control exercise to get Liow off the controversy.
Worst still, all sorts of contradicting statements have been made by Liow to paint the matter as a non-issue, thus making him look like a compulsive liar in public, after the Tung Shin Hospital lie.
Now it is Solah who was apparently instructed to try and get Liow off the hook.
Here, I wish to state that there is nothing wrong with the JPJ making money from businessmen and the rich who are so willing and ready to part their money for choice car registration numbers.
After all, they are contributing to the government’s coffers which should rightly then benefit the people, if the earnings are spent rightly.
However, the issue which The Star and every other BN-friendly print media are avoiding is the morality of the bid.
Firstly, why is a first-term minister like Liow flaunting his wealth?
Secondly, the public must seriously question Liow’s integrity as a public servant, after being caught lying over the police attack on Tung Shin Hospital during Bersih 2.0 and now this controversy.
Liow has been reported as saying that:
HE DID not bid for the number;
HE DID not know who is footing the bill for the number;

IT IS for his official car (Why then was it not registered with the ministry, as is the normal practice?); and
THE number meant “nothing special” and was not important to him and then contradicts by saying that the number is that of his grandfather’s car.
All these appear to be afterthought contradictory statements and responses for fear of a backlash on Liow’s political career.
To the people, as far as the MCA is concerned the party is a goner – led by an immoral president Dr Chua Soi Lek and his compulsive lying deputy.

Anak Sungai Derhaka, a blogger, also wrote a post in Malay on this issue. It's entitled: WWW1 Sultan Johor, WWW15 Liow Tiong Lai.. PKR1 siapa pula nak cuba?

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Bersih: Kayveas may be a cow but NOT the youths!

People Progressive Party (PPP) jumped on the Bersih bashing bandwagon today accusing the youths involved for “herd mentality” and not being able to think for themselves.

kayveas ppp pc 120308 sullenDuring PPP Federal Territories convention today, party president M Kayveas claimed that many youths who took part in the mammoth rally for clean and fair elections on April 28 did not understand the rally’s cause, saying, "If you ask them why they went, they will say they don't know, they just followed their friends. This is the kind of society we have now. We don't think."
Kayveas blamed this kind of thinking on Pakatan Rakyat, accusing them of instigating the nation's youths and said that previously, students would dutifully play their roles, such as being students.  

He alleged that nowadays they are more likely to be engaging in an online smear campaign. 

He told some 1,000 delegates, "They wake up, open laptop and slander people... 40 percent of (the country's population) is using social media, but much information they receive on the internet are not true,"

Meanwhile, PPP Federal Territories chairman A Chandrakumanan condemned the  Bersih movement for dividing the Malaysians "which have been living in peace for 54 years", saying, "We saw how the demonstrators overturned a police car, set fire to  a motorcycle and how they kicked and beat up a policeman in uniform. The opposition is teaching the people how to be violent."

1Shamelin TGV: Citibank buy 1 free 1 ticket promo!

Lorax, the first movie that my wife and I watched at 1 Shamelin Shopping Mall.

For Citibank cardholders, you're entitled to the buy 1-for-1 movie ticket promotion. This promotion is only valid every Saturday @ 1 Shamelin Shopping Mall.

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Bersih leader, victim of police violence, got mugged!

Bersih leader blames police for bloody mugging

June 09, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, June 9 — Bersih steering committee member Wong Chin Huat accused police today of focusing on quashing protests instead of crime after he was left with a bloodied face from being mugged by a group of bikers this morning.
The Monash University lecturer wrote on social media platform Facebook that he was jogging near his home in Section 18, Petaling Jaya at 7.40am when he was surrounded by a group of as least five young men who attacked him when he tried to flee.

Wong sports a bloodied face after the mugging. — Picture courtesy of Wong Chin Huat
“I had been a victim of police violence. Today I become a victim of police failure in deterring crime. No, it was not politically motivated. They were only after money. “But rising crime rate is political. Was told another man was robbed recently in that neighbourhood. Where are the police when we are not demonstrating?” he wrote, referring to clashes between police and supporters of Bersih’s April 28 rally for free and fair elections.
Wong has just been discharged from Universiti Malaya Medical Centre after an X-ray.
Bersih’s planned sit-in at Dataran Merdeka had descended into chaos after some protestors tried to enter the historic square which the court had barred to the public and the past month has seen authorities and those backing the rally blaming each other for the violence that resulted.
Several dozen members of the public have come forward with allegations of police brutality while the police and Home Ministry insist they have evidence that some who attended the rally wanted bloodshed and even death.
The government has set up a panel to investigate the April 28 violence, but the choice of former police chief Tun Hanif Omar has been widely criticised after he compared the movement to communism and accused the organisers of an attempted coup.
The April 28 rally that saw tens of thousands gather at six different locations before heading to Dataran Merdeka was peaceful until about 2.30pm when Bersih leader Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan asked the crowd to disperse.
But her announcement was not heard by most of the crowd who persisted to linger around the historic square which the court had already barred to the public over the weekend.
Just before 3pm, some protestors breached the barricade surrounding the landmark, leading police to disperse the crowd with tear gas and water cannons.
Police then continued to pursue rally-goers down several streets amid chaotic scenes which saw violence from both sides over the next four hours.
Several dozen demonstrators have claimed that they were assaulted by groups of over 10 policemen at a time and visual evidence appears to back their claim but police also point to violence from rally-goers who also attacked a police car.
The police car then crashed into a building before some protestors flipped it on its side.
Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and PKR deputy president Azmin Ali have been accused of ordering the breach and are currently awaiting trial under the Peaceful Assembly Act for participating in an illegal street assembly.

Friday, June 8, 2012

SwiftKey, not free but saved me 10,000 keystrokes!

This is a good Android app. Sadly, it is only free on its trial version.

PTPTN: No loan freeze. BN CANNOT take the heat!

The National Higher Education Fund (PTPTN) has backed down on its freeze on student loans to two Selangor government-run institutions - Universiti Selangor (Unisel) and Selangor International Islamic University College (Kuis).

Unisel was informed of this earlier today, and students can apply for the loans starting tonight.

ptptn one stop centre kl sentral 260307 boothsIn a posting at about 11.40am today, a tweet by Umno Youth's PTPTN roundtable also confirmed that the freeze has been lifted, said, "Good news! For the sake of the rakyat, PTPTN has agreed to disburse loans to Unisel students. Please spread the news!"

Earlier, PTPTN had applied a temporary freeze on loans for Unisel and Kuis students, as a challenge to Pakatan Rakyat's claim that they would be able to provide free education should the opposition coalition come to power while Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin admitted yesterday that the freeze was a test for PKR to prove it can implement its free education proposal.

Politicans and students alike have slammed the government for being “immature” and called the move by the BN government to use the student loan as a political weapon “repulsive”.

Federal government punishes students of Selangor!!


S’gor comes to rescue of Unisel students

Thursday, June 7, 2012

WWW 15: If free, why bid, why waive? Lie not, Liow

A Road Transport Department (JPJ) officer revealed that Health Minister Liow Tiong Lai can write an appeal letter to the Transport Minister or JPJ Director-General to waive his bidding payment for the 'WWW15' car plate number.

Though yesterday Liow revealed that he had received word from the Road Transport Department (RTD) that he need not pay the RM24,200 bidding price he had offered, as the number is "free", it is still not known whether or not Liow has written to the authority for the waiver.

NONEAccording to a report in today's Sin Chew Daily, a Federal Territory JPJ public relations officer explained that once Liow (left) succeeds in his bid for the plate number he can write in to get his payment waived and was quoted as saying, "Only the Transport Minister and Director-General have the power to approve his request. Paying or not depends on whether the owner of WWW15 plate number has written to request for waiver."

The current Transport Minister is Kong Cho Ha, who is also the secretary-general of MCA, while Liow is its deputy president.

Sex in carparks & Paris: Reports on ex-SCDF head

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