Monday, March 31, 2008
This racist pig has the audacity to say that the Coalition is just like the BN as there is only 1 Indian Exco member. Why doesn't this moron see the big picture. Malaysians, irrespective of race and religion voted for candidates outside of their race and religion because they are all fed up with the divide and rule racial politics of BN. Enough of the hypocrisy and pretending. Malaysians want to move away from race based politics. This means matcha, we Malaysians are sick of UMNO, MCA and MIC. What we want is a Malaysian Malaysia. What we want is Bangsa Malaysia! Comprende amigo?
It doesn't matter to Malaysians anymore if the person chosen to lead is a Malay, Chinese, Indian, Kadazan or Iban. As long as the person is Malaysian, that's good enough in my book. What's the use of having half a dozen Exco members who are Indians, when they can't do a thing to help the Indian community. This idiot Samy should know better after years of ass kissing UMNO. If you ask me, only a Malaysian can look after the interests of Malays, Chinese, Indians, Kadazans and Ibans.
Wanna know why Samy is suddenly so concerned about the HINDRAF 5? Well, if I know too well, Pak U Lah is under pressure to release them,what more when one of them has been elected to Parliament. To do this,Pak U Lah will look like a jack ass and even worse look weak as a Prime Minister. To make it a win-win situation, Pak U Lah gets old Pubic Hair to appeal to him to have the Hindraf 5 released. Guess what? They will be released. Pak U Lah will get accolades from the likes of Wong Chun Wai, Joscelyn Tan, VK Chin, Bulbir Singh etc.. Old Pubic Hair on the other hand will go to town telling everyone how he can champion the rights of Indians by getting the Hindraf 5 released.
All I can tell Samy is that just forget about re-branding or re-inventing MIC as MIC, UMNO and MCA are going the way of the dinosaurs. People don't support communal based parties anymore. Do the right thing matcha, disband MIC. Your racist threats, views and policies are no longer laku. My final word of advice to you is taken from WWE wrestler Hulk Hogan's famous words "What ya gonna do when Makkal Sakti runs wild on you!!!"
Sunday, March 30, 2008
Why can't people like Wilders and Brown leave religion alone. Why not poke fun at Bush or Bin Laden. These so called creative artist would consider fantasizing having sex with their grandmother as creative thinking.
These idiots don't care about the repercussions of their actions as they will be raking in millions while Bin Laden & Co. will convince misguided Muslims to agitate with loss of lives and property as the end result. The Chinese regime in Beijing has also got on the bandwagon by releasing video about how barbaric Tibetan Buddhism and the Dalai Lama are. These capitalist masquerading as communist are another group of scum who are going out of their way to give religion a bad name and at the same time break people's faith. The problem here is some Chinese are so caught up with the successes of the Motherland that some of them are actually buying this crap from the Chinese spin doctors in Beijing.
People the world over no matter what religion they believe in, cling on to religion as the only reason to look forward to another day with hope. When you get idiots like Wilders and Brown destroying their only reason to live, they would loose purpose in living.
Let us come together and stand up against any oxymoron who attacks any religion. Enough his enough!
Friday, March 28, 2008
26 March 2008 @ 12:42 pm FEER March 2008
The Emergence of a New Malaysia by Baladas Ghoshal
The March 8 elections results are hopefully a precursor to change that is likely to take place in the coming years in the fault line of Malaysian politics. The ruling coalition, the Barisan Nasional (BN, National Front) suffered defeats of historical proportions although it continues to govern because of majorities in Sabah and Sarawak. The results were anything but the clear mandate that Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi had hoped for.
Some analysts saw this voting as a referendum on his leadership and popularity, which has been hurt badly by higher living costs and rising racial tensions in this multiethnic nation. When Mr. Abdullah assumed the office of prime minister in 2003 from charismatic Mahatir Mohammad, he appeared as one who was honest and determined to fight corruption and change the course of politics in the country. While he did take some cosmetic measures to fight corruption in the initial stage and made a break from the past policies of awarding government contracts to the government’s cronies, in the end it turned out that his style of functioning was little different from his predecessor.
The ruling coalition finished with 62% of the federal seats—down considerably from the 90% that it had previously. Whereas the BN held 199 of the 219 seats in the earlier parliament, its strength this time is reduced to 137 seats, including eight won uncontested, far less than the two-thirds majority line of 148 seats.
The loss of its two-thirds majority in the federal parliament which it held continuously for 34 years and bulldozed every decisions of the government down the throat of the people, together with the five states—Penang, Kedah, Perak, Selangor and Kelantan—out of a total of 13 going to the opposition, this will automatically put checks and balances on the functioning of government, and will impinge on the working of centre-state relations. The parliament now is expected to be more assertive vis-à-vis the executive. With 82 opposition members of parliament out of the total 222 seats in the Dewan Rakyat, the government will find it hard to push constitutional amendments through with ease as in the past. Bills now will be subjected to greater scrutiny, more so if the new symbol of opposition, Anwar Ibrahim, who was barred to contest elections until April this year, comes back to the parliament at a later date through by-election in a seat vacated by his wife.
Mr. Anwar’s fledging party, the People’s Justice Party (PKR) won 31 parliamentary seats outperforming its much older and more experienced coalition partners, the Democratic Action Party (DAP), and the Partai Se-Islam (PAS). His expected re-entry into parliamentary politics as an opposition leader will surely bring some qualitative changes in the tenor of debates and in the nature of democracy in the country. He worked tirelessly to unify the opposition parties of the PAS and his own PKR and the rewards are already visible in the results. By acting as the middleman and rallying figure between DAP and PAS, Mr. Anwar was instrumental in bringing together people of various ethnic and religious backgrounds for the Bersih (clean) rally, encouraging Malay-Muslim voters who wanted to move away from ethnic-based politics but was still hesitant to vote for a non-Malay-led party which they might not identify with.
Malaysia’s “unitary character with federal features” is also likely to undergo changes with the five “opposition states.” These states are expected to assert themselves in all areas where the constitution confers on them legislative, executive and financial autonomy. Earlier, it was only Kelantan, which was controlled by PAS and one heard of step-motherly treatment by the federal government towards the state. But now with four other states, they will mount vigorous campaign for greater decentralization and autonomy, heralding healthier and fair relations between the federal government and the state governments.
The results also showed a dent in the traditional race-based politics operating in the country ever since its independence. Issues of ruling coalition’s use of phantom voters and postal votes, corruption, price-rises, racial discrimination and socio-economic grievances played more important role in the voter’s choice for the party than their affiliation and loyalty to their races, as reflected in the total rout of the Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) and its long-surviving and corrupt leader, Samy Vellu.
Some Chinese politicians and cabinet members suffered the same fate for their inability to take care of the interests of the minority. This is a clear sign that race-based parties can no longer automatically count on the votes of their own community. This is true of UMNO, the Malay party, as two of Mr. Abdullah’s former cabinet members lost their parliamentary seats.
This has led to new political alignments in the country with the opposition parties like the DAP, PKR and PAS benefiting from this shift. Interestingly the decision by PAS to leave its Islamic state agenda on the back burner, and promise to establish a Negara kebajikan (welfare state) together with its fielding of a non-Muslim candidate to capitalize on ethnic minorities’ discontent with the current administration, facilitated this political alignment and the increase of its tally both in the parliament and in the states.
Finally, the results have shown the power of the Internet and of short messaging, or SMS, in the dissemination of alternative sources of information, which neutralized ruling party’s overwhelming control over the conventional media.
Mr. Ghoshal is senior fellow, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi.
Now even Pak Lah has conceded that the disastrous showing of the BN was due to the alternative media. Even the new Information Minister is trying to reach out to Bloggers. If this is the case, why not get the EC to introduce Online Voter Registration. There are millions of unregistered voters under the age of 30 who have yet to register themselves as voters.
This segment of the population are pretty much Internet savvy but would shy away from going to a post office to sign up as a voter. Why not make things easy for them by letting them register themselves as voters via the Internet. What say you EC?
Thursday, March 27, 2008
Personally, I don't trust the Elections Commission, the Police, the ACA, the Judiciary and the entire Civil Service. You wanna know why? After being in power for 50 years, the government agencies and the civil service has become ingrained by the BN organizational culture. According to Kurt Lewins in his book Managing Change, in order for change to take place, the apex (in this case the Government of the day in Malaysia) must change in order for change to permeate down the hierarchy. This change involves the process of 'Freezing' and 'Unfreezing'.
To do this, you must not only make changes from the top (i.e. the Government) but also the bureaucracy itself. That is why, it comes as no surprise in Penang where the State Education Department will not 'compel' teachers to attend functions organized or attended by the State Government. Let me remind all the Ketua-ketua Jabatan's that the Penang State Govenment is the Government of the day in Penang that has been duly elected by the people of Penang. Don't insult us Penangites by calling the Penang State Government an Opposition Government. The only Opposition in Penang is Barisan Nasional.
Once there is a change of Government at the Federal level, all civil servants, government agencies and head of departments must not only change themselves but also become change agents If they won't or don't want to change, they must either leave or be purged out. Today, when I look at civil servants, the Police, the Election Commission or any government agency or department I can't help but feel that they are agents and instruments of the BN regime. Just see what happened in Selangor, Penang and Kedah. When the states fell to the then Opposition,files went missing. A true civil servant who is law abiding and apolitical would not stand for such things unless BN and UMNO is part of his or her organizational culture. The time is now right for Barisan Rakyat under DSAI to form the Government. I don't care if it takes crossovers from the BN to make it happen. Five years is too long to wait as the trail would have gone cold by then. No wonder Zaid Ibrahim is in a hurry to make party hopping illegal. Where were you Zaid,when Opposition MPs quit en masse to cross over to BN like what happened to PBS in Sabah?
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Either Shaberry Chik has just arrived from Mars or he is a bloody idiotic liar! This moron thinks we are stupid just like his boss Pak U Lah. Any idiot can tell how bias the MSM was and is continuing to be today. We don't need Wong Chun Wai, TV3 and Utusan Malaysia to remind us how sickening and bias the MSM is in Malaysia. Why can't this idiot get out of his denial mode and accept that the people are sick and tired with all the lies and spin from the MSM.
Wanna know something sunshine? One of the reasons the BN regime did badly in the GE was because of the crap that we were fed by the MSM. Thamby, what you idiots did was an overkill! If you guys think that by setting up BN blogs gonna help you, you must be dreaming. Only an idiot would want to read your trash and spin on the Net. We already got enough of it in the MSM. As for your dreams of blogging,"Keris my ass!"
Tuesday, March 25, 2008
The DAP-PKR Coalition is barely 2 weeks old and this dick head is already going after them. Do you know folks that Goh Ban Kee used to be a Penang Municipal Councillor? GBK like all the other ass kissers in the BN did nothing to stop UMNO from plundering the State when they were office bearers. My question to Goh MonKey is, what were your contributions to the State when you were the MPPP Councillor? What can you be remembered for?
The Penang State Government should be commended for reviewing projects like PGCC and Gurney Paragon. Instead of commending the new Penang State Government for their efforts, this oxymoron Goh Ban Kee keeps harping on the summons issue. The only thing I can say to this idiot is "Keris my ass!"
Monday, March 24, 2008
Tiba-tiba muncul pula, 25 NGO Melayu yang kononnya bertanggungjawab untuk menjaga kepentingan kaum Melayu di negeri-negeri yang dikuasai pembankang. Pada pemikiran kolot dan sempit mereka hanyalah yang UMNO boleh membela bangsa Melayu. Bagi anasir-anasir ini, hanyalah orang Melayu Islam yang cintakan Raja dan negara dan kaum-kaum lain bukan 100% rakyat Malaysia.
Wahai saudara-saudari Melayuku bangunlah dari tidurmu dan menghidu udara kenyataan yang orang bukan Melayu dan bukan Islam di negara ini bersedia meletakkan nyawa mereka demi Raja dan negara demi kesejahteraan kita semua.
Lebih menyedihkan lagi terdapat orang Melaayu di negara ini yang lebih mempercayai Tok Arab, Indon, Pakistan dan Bangla daripada saudara-saudara kita dikalangan orang Cina, India, Kadazan, Murut, Bajau, Bidayuh, Melanau, Serani, Orang Asli dll. Inilah yang dilakukan oleh rejim BN-UMNO ini untuk memecah-belahkan kaum majmuk di negara ini. Dalam era globalisasi ini, kita sebagai rakyat Malaysia tidak boleh melihat kepada warna kulit atau agama. Kita perlu bersatu dibawah naungan Dulu Yang Maha Mulia Seri Paduka Baginda sebagai lambang perpaduan Bangsa Malaysia.
Tibalah masanya untuk semua rakyat Malaysia tak kira bangsa atau agama bangkit dan meminta agar tindakan undang-undang diambil terhadap Kerajaan Barisan Nasional dan pemimpinnya kerana tindakan biadap dan penderhakaan terhadap Duli Tuanku. Akhir kata, dimanakah sekarang 25 NGO Melayu tu. Memang mereka ini didalangi UMNO. Daulat Tuanku! Hidup Malaysia!
Saturday, March 22, 2008
1. To know who we are and then try to buy us.
2. To know who we are and then try to put us away under the Sedition Act and ISA.
3. To try to brainwash us into writing pro-BN propaganda to mislead the people.
The good news folks is that none of the Bloggers are buying Shaberry Chik's story. Do you know why everyone turned to Bloggers to get their news, Shaberry? Well people are fed up with the lies and spin from the BN controlled media. Now you see the big picture Bro? If you wanna do something positive why not just quit BN and join the Opposition. Maybe then, people will take you seriously. If you can't, then, "keris my ass!"
Friday, March 21, 2008
It was a day of pride and joy for me when I realized Malaysians were no longer voting based on race or religion. It didn't matter if you were Malay, Chinese or Indian. It didn't matter if the candidate was Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, Hindu or Sikh. As long as they were from PKR, PAS and DAP, they got the vote.
It really made me sick to hear UMNO leaders calling Malays 'pengkhianat' (traitors) just because they voted for the Opposition. We have the clowns from UMNO Penang who are demonstrating against the Penang Government for supposedly marginalizing the Malays in the state. In Selangor, we have another group of 25 moronic so-called NGO's championing the cause of the Malays. They are even protesting against the creation of a Deputy Menteri Besar post. Want to know why they are making so much noise? Well, they just can't stand the idea of having a non-malay and non-muslim as a Deputy Menteri Besar of Selangor. These NGO's who are supposed to protect Malay rights and Islam are without doubt being supported and used by UMNO.
Then, we have that sickening ex-discipline teacher of an ass kisser, Ong Kah Ting. This idiot is going around saying that he is going to reach out to the Chinese community so that they will support MCA. Mah-huanlah, peng you! This racist pig is only concerned about the Chinese. What an asshole! Finally we have the guy who has pubic hair planted on his head, the chief ass wiper, Sammy Vellu. This moron doesn't believe that the BN can be a single multi-racial party because if that happens he can't be the head honcho for the Indians.
It is time we say no to racial politics! NO TO RACISM! NO TO BN! ENOUGH OF UMNO, MCA & MIC! WE NEED AND WE WANT A MALAYSIAN MALAYSIA WHERE EVERYONE IS EVERYONE'S BROTHER OR SISTER. Hidup Malaysia!
Thursday, March 20, 2008
Yet, Praise be to God, the unthinkable happened. BN with all it's grandeur and arrogance was made to eat humble pie by an Opposition Alliance that today as you read this blog is on the verge of dethroning the cursed Badawi regime from the corridors of power in Putrajaya.
Many have commented the factors that brought about this political tsunami. I must say I have to agree with most of them. However, I must also remind all netizens out there of the role played by countless number of individuals who in their very little way contributed to this political tsunami.
These unsung heroes come in all shades, shapes and sizes. Their contribution have been in the form of forwarding SMS, email, donations and writing in blogs. These people are ordinary folk who wield no personal power or charisma of their own or neither are they any member of any opposition party or NGO. However, it was their thirst for truth and desire for a level playing field that thrust them into the forefront of the political tsunami.
One such individual whom I know of is Mr. Ho of Tanjong Bungah, Penang. He was one of the 60,000 who was soaked in the rain at Han Chiang High School on that magical night in Penang. His booming voice could be heard resonating at the Tanjong Bungah market every morning and also at the coffee shops in Tanjong Bungah. You see, Mr. Ho who is in his late fifties, and an ex-Xavierian was actually relating to the folk at Tanjong Bungah about what he has read in the Internet and what the BN regime was doing to deceive the ordinary not well educated folk. Mr. Ho used his knowledge in English to make great pains to convince his audience in smattering Hokkien why they should this time around vote for the Opposition.
One thing that touched me most was when he carried his ailing 85 year old mother to the polling booth just to make sure the Opposition got that extra vote. Just like Mr. Ho, there are many Bloggers out there whom you may not come across at Malaysiakini like Mahaguru, Haris Ibrahim, Sloone, RPK etc but who were actually doing considerable damage to the BN propaganda machine. One reason for this is because since these are simple folks who don't belong to any political party, it is easy for them to convince others either through coffee shop chats, blogs, emails or sms. These unsung heroes were like a butterfly flapping it's wings which eventually turned into a hurricane a thousand miles away. To these unsung heroes of Elections 2008 I say, "HO LEOW!"
I can't comment on dirt bags like Josceline Tan, VK Chin (The Star), Kallimullah (NST) and Goh Ban Kee (The Sun) but what I can comment on is Wong Chun Wai of The Star. After all, apart from the ones mentioned above, Wong is the only one of the dirt bags that has gone on record to profess to the whole world that he is a Christian. Brother Wong, being a Christian especially being a follower of Christ ain't easy. You need to constantly walk the walk and talk the talk! You can't have the cake and eat it both ways, brother.
I wonder how you can go to Church every Sunday and face the Lord and yet pursue the diabolical agenda of your employer and political masters and scourge the Lord with lashes of falsehood, deception and malice. You are nothing but the same as Judas Iscariot who betrayed his Master.
Unlike Judas, redemption is still available for you. This being the time of Easter Brother Wong, take this as an opportunity to use your God given talents to write and speak up for the Truth and repent by quiting The Star. Let not ye be shackled by the chains of perdition. If you truly love Jesus with all your heart and all your soul, QUIT THE STAR BY MARCH 30, 2008.
If you fail to do so, Lord have mercy on your soul. The Lord has spoken to you Brother Wong and The TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE!
To all Christians out there please pray for Brother Wong Chun Wai to have the strength and courage to walk in the light of righteousness. Amen!
Wednesday, March 05, 2008
Why is it suddenly that BN leaders and the BN control media have been going after Anwar Ibrahim? Isn't it strange why would anyone go after so viciously at someone who is not even contesting as a candidate? We even find scumbags like Chandra Muzaffar and Datuk Nalla jumping into the bandwagon. I believe the reason for this is because the BN are feeling the heat from the Rakyat and are now running scared of the Opposition. Why do you think Koh Tsu Koon has buzzed off to Batu Kawan from Tanjong Bungah?
I'm not surprised to see this latest cheap shot from the BN regime.As for Wong Chun Wai, don't disgrace Christians the world over by saying that you are Christian. You are nothing but a load of bullshit and a hypocrite! Who can forget your so-called pilgrimage to the Holy Land last year. I know of many people who went for Christian pilgrimages to Israel and none of them were ill treated by the Israelis. Only an idiot like you would go to a country that has no diplomatic relations with Malaysia and coming from a country that has an anti-Israeli policy go there and wave the Jalur Gemilang in front of the Israelis.
This is what I call 'cari pasal'. Then you go on to claim that you too suffered persecution by the Israelis because you are Malaysian.You know what I think, this whole drama was done by you to show to the Malays and Muslims that you too are in solidarity with them since you have now got a valid reason to demonize the Israelis. You are nothing but crap Wong Chun Wai. No right thinking Malay or Muslim will buy your 'wayang!'
Begitulah alkisah orang Melayu di Malaysia. Sampai bila orang Melayu akan insaf dan sedar bahawa bangsa yang berhemah tinggi dan bermaruah ini telah kian lama diperalat dan dipermainkan oleh UMNO semata-mata untuk memegang tampok pemerintahan di tanah yang bertuah ini. Sekian lama pemimpin UMNO menakutkan orang Melayu kononnya jika orang Melayu menyokong parti pembankang, hak-hak istimewa orang Melayu akan dirampas oleh orang bukan Melayu.
Dasar Ekonomi Baru (DEB) setelah lebih 30 tahun dilaksanakan masih belum meningkatkan kemakmuran bangsa Melayu. Sebaliknya pemimpin-pemimpin dari UMNO dan individu-individu tertentu yang mempunyai hubungan dengan rejim Abdullah Badawi kian menambah kekayaan mereka ketika orang Melayu menanggung kesengsaraan.
Disamping itu, Agama Islam yang suci tidak terlepas digunakan untuk menggaburi mata orang Melayu dari kemungkaran dan kekejian yang dilakukan oleh rejim Pak Lah. UMNO memerlukan sokongan orang Melayu untuk menjadi releven. Sebab itu, UMNO dan BN menggunakan isu agama dan ekonomi untuk menakutkan orang Melayu supaya kita terus menyokong BN.
Mengapa pula walaupun Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim bukan bertanding sebagai calon dalam pilihanraya ini, namun beliau dikecam dan difitnahkan bukan sahaja oleh pemimpin-pemimpin BN dan media massa, malah beliau juga diserang oleh individu-individu yang tidak berwibawa seperti Chandra Muzaffar dan Datuk Nalla.
Wahai orang Melayu, pangkahlah pembangkang tidak kira PAS, PKR atau DAP demi masa depan anda dan zuriat anda. Tanggalkan rantai kejahilan UMNO yang membelenggu anda sekian lama. Kata "TAK NAK BN!"
Monday, March 03, 2008
Another fear in voting for the Opposition is that the fear of their constituency or state being neglected by the BN regime. Just go to Kelantan and ask any Kelantanese and they will tell you this talk about neglect is sheer nonsense. Not because BN is gentleman like but because they will pour in lots of money just to win back the state. For the Kelantanese, it is give the development and the money and we will continue to vote PAS.
Another complaint we hear is that people say as in the case of Karpal Singh in Jelutong, there was not much he did for the constituency. But remember folks, Karpal did a splendid job in Parliament so much so the BN thugs were always on their toes.
Finally, please don't vote for a BN candidate just because he or she is good because no matter how good their intentions are, they must toe the party line or else get the boot. That is why folks come March 8, we all must vote for change. We must vote DAP, PKR and PAS! Please share what you read here with those who do not have access to the Internet Spread the word and DO NOT BE AFRAID COZ THE TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE! If you don't then, "Keris my ass!"
Helloooo! You morons at TV3, if you need to bullshit at least bullshit properlylah! This oxymoron Azreen is an INDIAN! Period. He ain't no different from Ayo-Ayo Samy. This charlatan Azreen comes from a Tamil speaking, parappu eating Indian family. Only his religion is Islam. He ain't no Malay. Just look at his face bro. Those Keris raising, Ketuanan Melayu UMNO freakozoids don't even realize that they have an Indian masquerading as a Malay and to make matters worse is their leader.
This is the problem with the Indian Muslim community in Malaysia. On a given day, you can find 3 types of Indian Muslims. The first type whom I respect, would rather forgo their BUMI privileges just to keep their Indian culture and identity intact. The second type of Indian Muslim is what I call the KIMMA (Kongres India Muslim Malaysia). These guys claim that they are neither Indian (as in the Indians who are Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhist or Christian) nor Malays. However, these poor chaps believe that they belong to a separate but distinct race that is neither Indian nor Malay. If there are any anthropologists out there, please help explain how this works. Finally, we have the Mahathir, Zainuddin 'Mamak' Maidin and Datuk Azreen type of Indian Muslims. This group will altogether deny their Indian ancestry or bloodline but will boldly declare themselves as Malays. These charlatans really make me sick as they go overboard pretending to be Malays. They would actually marry Malay chicks just to cement their Malay identity.
To all Indian Muslim out there, be proud of your race, language and culture. Remember, Makkal Sakti is about you as well.