Friday 31 August 2012

EXPLOSIVE Janji Bersih?

These CHINESE (in this video) are seriously courting serious trouble! If such action is not acted upon, people will start taking laws into their own hands and go out on the streets to teach these uncivilised morons a lesson.

Do you guys - DAP, PKR and Pas - support these CHINESE barbarians... or is this part of your strategy to topple the BN government? 

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Unity Poem

 What would the world be like if…

Everyone looked much like everyone else?

Same hair, skin colour and appearance?

What would the world be like if only one culture existed, one religion, one language?

Would the world still be as beautiful, as rich, as vibrant and exiting as it is today?

What about Malaysia?

What would Malaysia be like if we all belong to one ethnic group, one religious tradition?

Would there be nasi lemak, char kuey teow, banana leaf rice, chapatti and dhal?

Asam pedas, yong tau foo, vadai and rojak?

How about hinava, dunuwek, paku pakis goreng, sarawak laksa and pansuh?

Would there be roti canai and teh tarik, too?

Would women wear baju kurungs, kain kebat, marudu, cheongsams, and saris?

Would children recognise our Sikh brother with his majestic turban…

…Pakcik wearing his kopiah, Annai with his white vesti and Apek in a Pagoda T-shirt?

…Ayak with his tattoos, Maman with his straw hat?

Would there be kompang, Chinese drums or tablas? How about the joget, sumazau and bhangra?

Will we get to enjoy Dikir Barat, Chinese Opera and the Bharatanatyam? Would we celebrate Gawai and Keamatan?

Will we wake up to the soothing call of the azan and go home at the end of the day to the alluring sounds of Hindu temple bells?

…or the clank of cymbals as we breathe in the quaint smell of incense drifting from a Chinese temple?

Would Sundays be Sundays without church bells ringing?

Would all our weddings be the same old same old?

No adat bersanding or bunga telur, no tea ceremony or yam seng, no nalangu or laddu?

What would Malaysia be like with no Hari Raya? No ketupat, bunga api, pelita and no children collecting duit raya?

What if there was no Chinese New Year, no reunion dinner, no yee sang, no ang pow and no lion dance?

What if we did not celebrate Deepavali, and nobody decorated their houses with kolam and no lamps were lit?

What if we did not experience the spirit of togetherness at Christmas or listen to the harmony of Christmas carols?

Would we still celebrate with each other by holding open houses?

What would Malaysia be like if we all belong to only one ethnic group, one religious tradition?

Can we still call this country Malaysia?
Would we still be Malaysian?

Hinduism believes in the oneness of all that lives -  Gandhi

He who experiences the Unity of life sees his own Self in all beings                      
- The Buddha

All within the four seas are brothers
-      Confucius

Behold, how good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell in Unity
-      Psalms 133:1

And among His Signs is the creation of the heavens & the earth, and the variations in your languages and your colours: verily in that are Signs for those who know
-      Quran 30:22

Let’s celebrate our diversity.
Let’s be first and foremost Malaysian.

Found the (above) enlightening Unity Poem in Anas Zubedy's latest book or rather message to Malaysians - The Middle Path.

You got to read it to appreciate Anas' untiring effort to send sense into our minds.

Thank You Anas Zubedy, I'm sure Malaysians appreciate your noble heart but just that the lust for power is so great now that politics have become our staple diet.

Lets pray that such 'daily divisive politics' would be put to rest after the next General Elections.


p/s >>>>>>  :-) 

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Thursday 30 August 2012

Law against Pas' Hudud in Penang

By Hush Hush
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Guan Eng challenged to table the anti-hudud bill to show sincerity and agreement with DAP chairman Karpal Singh
PULAU PINANG - Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, who is falling over himself trying to introduce the anti-hopping law, should concentrate on the more pressing need to table an anti-hudud bill to show that the DAP is really against the introduction of such Islamic law.
The DAP secretary-general has been challenged to immediately table an Anti-hudud bill in Penang to guarantee the people that such a law would never find its way into the state no matter who takes control of the administration. 

Who is daring so daring to challenge the 'tokong' in his rocket-fortified temple in Penang? I'm certain the Chief Minister will take up the challenge and table the bill as soon as possible since the implementation of Pas' hudud is NOT part of Pakatan's Buku Jingga-y.

p/s Pas would just remain How about PKR..undecided?

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Wednesday 29 August 2012

SEDITIOUS Nazi-style propaganda... no?

(Below) Another interesting recording which exposes those with ill intentions against this nation. Note the mention of 'Arab Spring'.

The speaker sounds like a Chinese guy to me and the attack is against Umno/BN.  

Its simply dirty political propaganda... the NAZI way.

p/s YOU guys are seriously courting trouble. Think twice before everything you have goes up in smoke. TQ

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Hudud Mat Sabu

BFM - PAS Deputy President, Mat Sabu wants to clear the air on a question that's troubling many Malaysians. Has his party given up its Hudud agenda and why can't prominent party members keep to Pakatan Rakyat's message? BFM's Sharaad Kuttan also brings up the question of his Youth Wing's cultural agenda and if the party intends to intensify the policing of piety and sexual morality -

Couldn't deny the fact BFM's Sharaad posed a few hard-hitting questions to this Pas Deputy President but as a journalist its damn disappointing to witness a seasoned journo letting off a slimy snake without any attempt to nail it... WATCH this BFM production and see how easily Sharaad lets Mat Sabu off the hook.

I mean the question was after all about HUDUD.. as BFM put it - Has his party given up its Hudud agenda and why can't prominent party members keep to Pakatan Rakyat's message?

Tell me if you get the answer to the question (of Hudud) after watching this video... and I still wonder how Mat Sabu defeated Ustad Nasharuddin Mat Isa to Pas' deputy presidency.


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Sunday 26 August 2012

Gangnam RAYA

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Royal Raya greetings from Johore

There has been one too many 'ghost' tales about the Johore Royal household but those who have had personal encounters with the young Sultan Ibrahim and family would be able to differentiate facts from fiction. Daulat Tuanku!

p/s An excellent EXCLUSIVE production by NST senior writer Jassmine Shadiqe. 

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Saturday 25 August 2012

Sunday 19 August 2012

Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri 1433 H

Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri ... Maaf Zahir & Batin. 

Once again we in Malaysia are celebrating the birth of Syawal of 1433 Hijrah (2012). I'm sure this new beginning in Syawal holds different meaning for every individuals.  

We in Malaysia are able to cherish that moment of Syawal, each in our own way.

Its during such celebrations that we cherish our peace, stability and harmony more, especially while witnessing images of our not so lucky fellow human beings (on television) from places where peace and harmony has different meanings.

Its easy for us to make fun of older generation Malaysians and politicians who often remind and repeat the need for us to maintain peace and stability.  Our youngsters may think that politicians are crying wolf while the 'old folks' just repeat themselves but I'm sure the ugly images from UNSTABLE n NOT PEACEFUL regions and nations don't continue to fool us.

It is not easy to remain as a truly independent, peaceful, stable, progressive and harmonious multiracial society in the current global scenario when even the people of the same creed, color and religion kill each other for a hundred different reasons.

Just because we haven't lost it for more than 50 years, it doesn't mean that we will never lose it. 

Selamat Hari Raya Malaysia, may our journey be free from the ugly images of conflicts and bloodbath. 

Maaf Zahir & Batin. 

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Thursday 16 August 2012

Selamat Hari Raya 2012 - TQ PDRM

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TANDA PUTERA ... a movie


Pesona Pictures are pleased to announce that the film Tanda Putera will be released nationwide on 15 November 2012. This date has been given to us by FINAS. The September 13 postponment is not an issue with us and we are happy with this new date. 

We believe that the start of the school holidays will be an optimum time for the film’s release and allows more time to plan its promotion and we thank FINAS for taking this lead. We hope this will help to allay concerns over the film’s screening date.

This film is a joint production between Pesona Pictures and FINAS. As the makers of this film, the intention has always been to celebrate the relentless human spirit and the sacrifices of 2 great men for the love of their country.

There have been calls by certain political parties to preview the film for re-evaluation. We would like to thank them for their interest but would like to clarify that sneak previews are only held for focus groups, the Media, artistes and their families, our friends, potential sponsors and marketing partners. These sneak previews are costly and we are unable to accommodate all these requests.

Tanda Putera has been approved for screening by the Malaysian Censorship Board with a Certificate PG13. This is the only censorship authority applicable to the Malaysian film industry.

There have also been allegations that the character of a prominent DAP leader has been featured in this film. We would like to reiterate that there is no such character in Tanda Putera.

Since the release of the film’s 90 seconds trailer, many baffling false and baseless accusations have been made about the film on the Internet by those who have obviously not seen the film and are not the usual patrons of local films. Some have even gone a step further to ask for a boycott of a film they have not seen.

These unfair attacks have been a source of great stress to the Tanda Putera production and artistes. As such we are most gratified to have received tremendous support from film enthusiasts as well as those who have actually seen the film either through focus group screening or sneak previews.

The scenes on events surrounding May 13 make up about 10 minutes of the entire length of the 115 minutes film. These scenes are merely the backdrop to the story that led to Tun Dr Ismail coming out of retirement and rejoining the Cabinet. The main story is about Malaysia’s second Prime Minister, Tun Razak and his Deputy, Tun Ismail, their friendship and struggles in healing the nation after the riots until their untimely passing.

We would like to call for an end to the threats and personal attacks against the producers and the actors in the film. We also ask for people not to be influenced by the deliberate misrepresentation of the trailer intended to stop people from watching the film.

Please watch the film and come to your own conclusions.

This film is our interpretation of the events after much intensive research. It is our creative expression and we urge all parties to respect our rights to do this as filmmakers.


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Pasti Petronas ... Selamat Hari Raya 2012

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Sunday 12 August 2012

How different are you?

Namewee of Malaysia 

The above is film producer and 'racist' Namewee's another attempt at stardom. It may even be a genuine work of art by the controversial Malaysian Chinese young man but I don't think the Chinese (of the People's Republic of China) are amused or entertained by his latest video clip insulting their badminton star Lin Dan. 

 I was fuming that our own badminton star Datuk Lee Chong Wei was forced to apologise  for the 'kurang-ajar-ness' of Namewee... until I came across the following article in today's Mingguan Malaysia.
I may not agree with Namewee and had considered him to be a humiliation to Malaysian Chinese on many instances..the last being earlier today, but I believe this Mingguan Malaysia columnist Siti Jarum has put the entire nation to shame with her
'Keluarga Loga kena bersyukur' piece.

How different is Siti Jarum from Namewee? 
Its painful to note that there are hardcore racists among us who collectively put this nation to shame. We must be as sorry to the late Loga's family as sorry we are to the people of China. 

Long live 1Malaysia

p/s How different are you?

Friday 10 August 2012

Ku Pilih Malaysia

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Save the Ampang DOGS

IN PERIL: Senior citizen, who takes care of the canines at an abandoned shop lot, has been told to vacate the premises by tomorrow (its today - FRIDAY)

my babies
Wong Choon Pan gives the dogs leftover food. Pic by Yazit Razali

SEVENTY-four-year-old Wong Choon Pan knows what it is like not to have a roof over one's head.   While he himself may not have a home, the former construction worker has a heart big enough to provide shelter for 65 stray dogs.
The dogs, which he refers to as his "babies", have been well cared for over the past 10 years at an abandoned shop lot in Pekan Ampang.

"When I see these dogs wandering around, my heart goes out to them as I know they're not cared for.

"Now, under my care, they have a roof over their heads and enough food," he said, adding that the dogs are given leftover food which he collects from restaurants.
Wong communicates with the dogs in Cantonese and addresses them as "baby".

"My babies are nicer than people  who have insulted and beaten me for nothing.

"These dogs also help me cure my toothache by just licking it," he added.

However, the shop lot, about the size of a badminton court, smelt of dog poo and urine.

It was also dark and dingy and we had to use a torchlight to look inside.

The shop lot owner had lodged police report about the illegal occupancy and has given Wong  until tomorrow to vacate the place.

"My dogs are good and smart animals as they don't bite people. I am willing to 'pay a million ringgit ' as long as they are left undisturbed," he told Streets.

Non-governmental organisation, Malaysia Independent Animal Rescue, is asking help from the public to provide temporary shelter for the dogs.

Its vice-president Shalinee Fernandez said the dogs may be put to sleep if they are not removed from the building.

"If the public helps us by providing shelter, we will find a way to get the dogs adopted and provide them  with medical treatment," she said, adding that they found out about the dogs two days ago.

Shalinee also added that some of the dogs were in poor health, judging from their appearances.

Those interested to help can call Puspa at 012-399 2021 or Bob at 014-947 7407. - NST

p/s We must thank NST journalist Olivia Miwil and photographer Yazit Razali for this good deed in Ramadan. God Bless U!

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"Puravalen is also closely linked to Kalimullah Hassan Masheerul Hassan, the man who attracted a lot of controversy in the days when Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi was Prime Minister and who was the architect of the equally controversial ECM Libra". - Raja Petra Kamarudin
Go2 RPK's latest expose HERE and learn more about Suaram, Sivarasa, fugitive P.I. Bala and the millions of RM transactions to ensure someone is fixed... certainly not to ensure justice for Altantuya.

The resurfacing of Billionaire Businessman Kalimullah Hassan's name in this dirty scheme just reminds me of rumors, way back in 2005-2006, of a high level conspiracy to prevent Najib from replacing the Sleeping Slumberjack of a Prime Minister then.

Kalimullah's name popped-up then, along with the names of a son-in-law and his 'death-floor' strategists. 

Those damning rumours remain and are yet to be put to sleep while we awaken to yet another of RPK's inside story. 

RPK's credibility is subjective but he sure does rekindle the not so distant past. 

The subtle moves to stop Najib from assuming the Prime Minister's post, till the 11th hour by the likes of a youthful Merican,  should remind the PM that the knife is still out there.

p/s You may want to keep your enemies closer but make sure not to let your guard down. 

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Monday 6 August 2012

WE Choose Malaysia

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Do we MALAYSIANS really want this?

NOT so subtle moves of the LGBT movement in Malaysia

Malaysia-born Chinese Christian Pastor Ngeo Boon Lin and his newly-wed HUSBAND ...

One Chinese Christian gay pastor pushing the limits in Malaysia while another Chinese Malaysian who attended the Chinese Christian Gay Pastor's wedding ( to another African-American man) reception in KL says ... "One guest, Eric Goh, said gay Malaysians “need to come out in bigger numbers and we need to have more straight people support us.”

Hey sista, what if the big majority of Malaysians who are against such public display of gay culture popped out in big numbers? You guys really wanna push this further? 

This is not a land where a mother and son could make babies in the name of freedom...STOP such shit before it hits you in the face, literally. TQ 

Kissing and karaoke: Gay couple who married in US cheered by 200 banquet guests in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — A gay pastor who married his musical producer boyfriend in New York last year has fulfilled a vow to hold a wedding banquet in his native Malaysia in what they believe is the first such event in the Muslim-majority country.
Malaysian-born Ngeo Boon Lin and African-American husband Phineas Newborn III, quietly held the closed reception Saturday — complete with public kisses and karaoke ballad performances — with about 200 guests, including a handful of Chinese-language journalists who were asked not to report on the event until afterward.

The couple risked the ire of a government that has banned a gay arts festival, prosecuted a politician for sodomy and declared that homosexuality has no place in Malaysian society.
“We’re thankful to be able to make Malaysian history here,” Newborn said. 
...more of this shitty western agenda HERE

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Thursday 2 August 2012

Pakatan to abolish BAFIA?

"First, the charges read out in court today stated that Rafizi Ramli had violated Section 97(1) of BAFIA when he disclosed four customer account profiles detailing the balance summary of National Feedlot Corporation Sdn Bhd (NFCorp), the National Meat and Livestock Sdn Bhd, Agroscience Industries Sdn Bhd and NFCorp chairman Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Salleh Ismail, to two individuals identified as Yusuf Abdul Alim and Erle Martin Carvalho.

A video clip by MalaysiaKini.TV taken of a news conference of 7 March that Rafizi gave in concert with Ampang MP Zuraida Kamaruddin and PKR Vice President and Lembah Pantai MP Nurul Izzah Anwar, confirms the BAFIA violation. Seeing is believing. (

The clip showed Rafizi had exposed the bank documents ... more in The Mole  Rocky's Bru.

There has been much outcry after the long arm of the law caught up with Rafizi Ramli. 

I'm sure Rafizi's case has the attention of many Malaysians, particularly those from the business community. In fact many of them are more worried than Rafizi as the PKR strategic director has set a dangerous precedent. 

Businessmen, from high-flying Malaysian Chinese tycoons with business empires stretching out till China right down to my neighbourhood kuey teow stall operator has been very interested in Rafizi's case. 

Initially it was about the 'lembu story' starring Shahrizat and her hubby, but as the NFC dust settled and Bank Negara started its probe against Rafizi, a shiver certainly went up the spine of many a businessman.

If we don't cloud our mind with the Whistleblowers Act or any other acts of 'blowing' in karaoke clubs, Rafizi's case is basically about the 'illegal disclosure of banking/financial accounts of companies and/or individuals'. 

Rafizi's case is about violation of the 'privacy and confidentiality' as spelled out under the Banking and Financial Institutions Act 1989. 

Under BAFIA, what Rafizi did was clearly illegal. (see details in Rocky's Bru) 

Opposition politicians and many Pakatan-linked purveyors of freedom have been coming out with all kinds of conspiracy theories and allegations as to why Rafizi was charged in court on Thursday while simply ignoring the fact of the matter and the provisions spelled out under BAFIA.

Trying to cloud the argument by drawing in the Whistleblowers Act or hurling allegations against Umno, Barisan Nasional, the Federal Government and the Prime Minister seems to be the strategic director's latest movie but facts can't be altered by fiction.

What PKR and their Pakatan allies could do now is very simple. If you guys believe so strongly that Rafizi's actions (as charged for in the court of law) are right then you must make it very clear to the people. 

Stop playing politics. Be brave enough to add another line in your Buku Jingga (Pakatan's election promise booklet). 

State in clearly in Buku Jingga-y that you guys will abolish BAFIA if Malaysians choose PKR or Pakatan to run the government.

Say it out aloud so Malaysians, the tycoons and mamak stall operators included, could make their choice. 

p/s The Inland Revenue Department could have less headache too ;-) 

p/s I'm sure pro-BN bank employee would have a lot to reveal about the accounts of Pakatan leaders. Luckily for them these pro BN employees are law abiding citizens..while BAFIA is still in force.

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