Thursday, August 30, 2007

Time To Migrate... To A New Blog

Think it would be good for me stop posting all the Malaysia political issues here in this blog. After all, this negative news will just make my blog dark and gloomy. And wouldn't want those bastards to use ISA against me for spreading the truth about Malaysia. Those bastards are capable of doing anything. Don't believe? Well, try reading this. (Right click the link and press "Save As" to your desktop).

As Malaysia will be celebrating its birthday tomorrow, and since the government has been trying very hard to instill sense of patriotism into us (successful or not, that's another story), I decided to heed the call and I shall potray patriotism in my own way. No flag waving like the hypocrites who only show their action once a year. Not going to organize big merdeka celebration like how the corrupted politicians who sucks the national coffer dry for their own hidden agenda. Instead, I am gonna join hands with other people who share similar views as I am, that is to expose the core and heart of the corrupted and idiotic government of Malaysia. I maybe a small kuchimiau who no one knows or even bothers, but I just hope that with what I am doing, I can create awareness to the society (or to the world) to reject the brainless goverment.

As of now, I am just too ashame to say that I am one as there is nothing proud of staying in a country that is heading south/cuckoo. A supposedly beautiful country are now raped and pillaged by the corrupted soul.

Oh well, enough of the so called patriotism speech.

Ladies and gentlemen..



Saturday, August 25, 2007

Near Miss

The scene where a small Kancil reversing straight to my car as I was looking for a car park was still fresh on my mind. My car stopped behind this Kancil as I wanted to get into a nearby vacant car park, but the driver was unaware of my presence and took the liberty to reverse straight to the left of my car rear portion. I panicked and pressed the horn but the horn button on my Kelisa was rather small. Could not gave him the warning and to my horror, he drove right to me. I couldn't do anything and I could only see his car appearing closer and closer. My car jerked a little when his rear bumper touched mine.

Oh freak!! Gotta fork money to repair my car this time!!

Got down my car and checked the damage. Thank god that there was not a scratch or dent on my car!! Phew!! The driver got down and checked out his car, and then came to me.

Since both our car were not damaged in any way, so we considered our case closed.

But I was still shaking from the near miss incident. Things could go pretty ugly if he had reversed his car at a speed like a Formula One driver. What ever it is, I don't want my trusty lil' Kelisa to get into any accident at all. It has been almost one and half year since I last bought this car from a second hand dealer in Jalan Kuching.

It has served me well and I am satisfied with it. Never mind if it is a small car, as long as it can get me from point A to point B safely and reliably, I am satisfied. It may not be fast and does not has a sporty look, but I am glad it is economical and fuel efficient. Low car insurance, road tax, and consumes less fuel comparatively to other cars on the road. It has no fancy CD player or hi-fi car stereo, but a cassette/radio player is what has accompanied me throughout the time stucked in traffic jam or on a long journey outstation. This tiny car may get bullied occasionally on the road, but I am fine with it cause I will have the last laugh when it comes to hard-to-find-parking-spaces or in a narrow road.

Yeah, a wise decision to get myself this car. But need to be extra careful as this car has to brave itself against the big bad world out there. Have to defend it against the nincompoop Malaysia drivers who thinks that the road is a Formula One track!! Must protect it at all cost.

Friday, August 24, 2007

Happy happy Datuk Z

1. He built his own mansion (very huge mansion) smack in the middle of a kampung area without the local council's approval. And he was one of the municipal council.

(His lovely mansion - built without approval)

2. He demolished a satay stall for being a competitor to his own satay stall (DZ restoran) which was located just right opposite the road. And he used the excuse that the opposite stall was illegally built without any prior approval from the local council. It was later found out that his own stall was also illegally build on the government land. His stall was demolished, but no fine was imposed on him.

3. He was summoned by the Sultan to clarify the two issues above, but he excused himself and told that he was ill. He was caught vacationing with his family on an island the next day. Sultan got mad at this and summoned him again the following day, but no stern action was taken on him.

4. He had hidden the fact that he was a undischarged bankruptcy when held the Senator post, which was unlawful under the law. He got off scot-free.

5. He was a director of a few companies which has committed various offences under the Companies Act 1965 such as failing to submit annual financial report and Profit and Loss Statement, failing to conduct annual meeting, etc. 37 charges were levied to him by the Companies Commission earlier this year, but today's paper reported that all the charges were dropped. Companies Commission's prosecutor Azmil Haron told magistrate Fadzilatul Isma Ahmad Refngah that he had been instructed to withdraw the charges against the two companies and its directors. The defence lawyers said that the charges were withdrawn because "outstanding problems had been settled".

Datuk Zakaria Mohd Derus smiling away happily as he knows that Malaysia practises and fully embrace abuse of power, corruption and a dysfuntional legal system.

Aren't you proud to be a Malaysian?

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Namewee issue - Hwa Beng: “let the matter rest and time to move ahead”


“To drag on the Wee Meng Chee aka Namewee rendition of Negaraku serves no purpose as it would only send a wrong message to Malaysians especially youths by giving the impression that Malaysia does not practise freedom of speech.”

This was the message delivered by YB Dato’ Lee Hwa Beng, MCA Central Committee member and state Assemblyman for Subang Jaya. He made these remarks after concluding a seminar with members of MCA Club Overseas from Australia, United Kingdom, Japan and Ukraine.

“The boy is naïve, and he is genuinely sorry as indicated by his apology through YB Dato’ Chua Soi Lek, a full Cabinet Minister and MCA Vice President. He realizes his mistake,” explained Hwa Beng.

Hwa Beng who is also MCA International Bureau Chairman added that “if you prosecute him in absentia, there is no meaning served as Namewee may choose not to return to Malaysia.”

Meanwhile, in view of the ongoing elections at UMNO division levels, Hwa Beng suggested that “for UMNO leaders who insist on prosecuting Namewee, they are using this issue to score political mileage. If you noticed, all these criticisms charged against Namewee coincide during and at the opening of the UMNO division level meetings. Some want to be heroes.” Hwa Beng then urged our UMNO counterparts to refrain from playing up to the gallery “because if UMNO keeps hammering Namewee, more Malaysians will grow to detest UMNO, and later on Barisan Nasional as a whole. In the end, all of us will suffer. Hence, it is better to let this issue rest and move ahead.”

Meanwhile Hwa Beng also highlighted that there are UMNO leaders who are magnanimous in accepting Namewee’s apology, for instance the Minister of Information YB Dato’ Seri Zainuddin Maidin who said that society must accept his apology by forgiving him. "He should not be punished but instead be guided and educated to enable him to understand the basics and to distinguish between political and national issues." Another UMNO leader who displayed magnanimity is a Perak EXCO councilor.

Hwa Beng’s advice comes as very important food for thought for parties who are insistent on prosecuting Namewee. To harp on an issue although the youngster has already issued a public apology through a Cabinet Minister while ignoring other more serious national issues like combating rising crime rates, upholding the original intentions of the Federal Constitution or weeding out graft in the private and public sector, or striving towards a more representative civil service ultimately will not benefit our beloved country on the whole.

- MCA Online -

Kudos to our MCA for helping out poor Namawee and their parents in handling this sensitive issue. Apology has been conveyed through MCA's effort in talking senses to both the parent and Namawee. Guess MCA is like a Superman to the rescue eh?

Not quite. Issue should be closed after the public apology has been published in both the paper and Namawee's blog, but it turned out to be otherwise.


4 days later...





22/08: MCA bersetuju Meng Chee dihukum

Posted by: Raja Petra

MCA bersetuju dengan gesaan pelbagai pihak supaya tindakan undang-undang dikenakan terhadap Wee Meng Chee kerana mencipta klip video menghina lagu Negaraku dengan menggunakan bahasa kasar dan lucah.

Naib Presiden parti itu, Datuk Seri Dr. Chua Soi Lek berkata, persetujuan itu selaras dengan prinsip parti berkenaan bahawa perkataan lucah dan yang menyentuh sensitiviti kaum dan agama tidak boleh digunakan semata-mata atas nama kebebasan.

``Kita berharap kerajaan mengambil tindakan tegas kepada sesiapa yang melanggar prinsip ini dan kita serahkan kepada kebijaksanaan Peguam Negara untuk menyiasat dengan lebih terperinci mengenai apa tindakan yang seharusnya dikenakan,'' katanya.

Beliau yang juga Menteri Kesihatan berkata demikian kepada pemberita selepas mewakili Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak merasmikan Kongres Patologi dan Makmal Perubatan Sedunia Ke-24 di sini.

Sebelum ini, akhbar-akhbar melaporkan Meng Chee meminta maaf kepada kerajaan dan rakyat Malaysia yang tersinggung dengan penyiaran lagu yang diberi tajuk `Negarakuku’ itu.

Meng Chee juga dilaporkan telah mencipta sebuah lagi lagu bertajuk Kawanku/My Friends yang terang-terangan menghina kaum Melayu.

Susulan itu, Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi menegaskan proses undang-undang terhadap Meng Chee, 24, pelajar tahun akhir jurusan Komunikasi Awam sebuah universiti di Taiwan akan diteruskan walaupun dia sudah meminta maaf secara terbuka.

Dalam pada itu, Soi Lek berkata, beberapa kenyataan pemimpin MCA sebelum ini supaya kes itu diselesaikan setelah Meng Chee meminta maaf tidak harus disalah tafsir bahawa parti itu mempertahankan orang yang menggunakan perkataan lucah serta memperalatkan agama dan kaum.

``Ini tidak benar kerana kita menghormati prinsip saling hormat menghormati dalam sebuah negara majmuk dan kita bersetuju tindakan diambil bukan sahaja terhadap Meng Chee malah kepada sesiapa yang melanggar undang-undang dan menggugat keharmonian antara kaum,'' tegasnya.

Beliau menjelaskan, pihaknya mahu isu itu diselesaikan segera kerana bimbang ia diperalatkan oleh pihak tidak bertanggungjawab termasuk parti pembangkang demi kepentingan politik mereka.

All i see is no Superman, but a chihuahua who knows how to backstab people and kow tow to no-brainer-nincompoop-rottweilers.

Oh well, as long as we have such doggies all over the place, we should be proud being Malaysian, shouldn't we?

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) Fiasco.

That was what The Sun newspaper has been reporting for the past few weeks. This was one project that can catapult our Port Klang to be on par with the best in the world. But sadly, after years of planning and resources dumped into it, it is now on the verge of collapsing.

Satu lagi projek Barisan Nasional!!  

A prominent Dubai investor (Jafza) has pulled out of the project leaving the Malaysian counterpart in doldrum. Some of the reasons cited by Chuck Heath, the Senior VP of Jafza were:-

1) "political interference, bureaucracy and breaches of the management agreement signed between Jafza and the Port Klang Authority (PKA)."

"total lack of government planning ... which has seen the most fundamental issues being considered and resolved only after the event rather than before".

3) transparency was non-existent and the "Malaysian political and economic landscape has too many vested interests seeking involvement and control in this project"

But i love the way Chuck Heath put the third statement. He is indirectly implying that there are definitely people who wanted to take part in the satu-lagi-projek-Barisan-Nasional project.

Now, now, now. Notice anything fishy there? One could have easily guessed that there are some people who wanted to be hanky panky here!!

Now, the sole Malaysian company is on the nearing bancruptcy, and guess who is coming to rescue??

Satu lagi projek Barisan Nasional!!  

Yup, our government is going to bail out the company, forking out almost RM4 billion to do so. They said that they have no choice but to help worr... And they are "forced" to do so worr....(Read it here)


That's RM 4 B.I.L.L.I.O.N we are talking about!! That is with a capital B!!!

To give you a clue on how much is this RM 4B, lets take a look at some figure:-


TahunKutipan Individu (RM juta)Kutipan Syarikat (RM juta)JUMLAH

























This table shows the total tax revenue collected by the Internal Revenue Board from 2001 to 2006. -sourced from here. RM4B is more than 10% of our total tax collection. Which means, 10% of the tax you guys are paying are going into someone's wallet.

2) Total construction cost for SMART tunnel is almost RM 2B. That means, we could have build two SMART tunnel with this total amount of money.

3) RM 4.4B is the amount committed by the government to improve our public transport after removing partially the fuel subsidy earlier this year. But guess our public transport will never be revamped cause our numbskull ministers decided to use the money to bail a failed company out of bancruptcy.

All i see is that the money will not help the company nor the project. In fact, I am very sure that the money will be used to make one's (or many) piggy bank(s) burst with money.

Now, is this a fiasco? No, I don't think so. Fiesta sounds more convincing.

Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) Fiesta!!
(satu lagi projek Barisan Nasional)

More fishy stuff.

SOURCE: Malaysiakini, August 20, 2007

Saturday, August 18, 2007

Theme Song For Jeff Ooi

This was a video done by one of Malaysia's famous bloggerhead (Kenny Sia). Perhaps Jeff Ooi should seriously consider this his theme song in his upcoming election campaign? Would like him to win a seat in the parliament or state assembly seat so that he can keep our jokers at bay!

ps: A lot of issues are lingering in my mind at the moment. Shall post this up later.