Saturday, April 19, 2014

What it means to be a Malaysian today.

We're certainly looking at deranged minds at work in the last 6 days or so. Minds that have lost all decency and logic. What IS the pm of this country doing about it, is the question on every level headed member of civil society's head.

Never has in the history of our country, so many fucking retards aka "fucktards" emerged out of the wood-work all at the same time. 

I remember the Al Akram cult that was banned and locked up for deviating from the "real" teachings of the prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and also the Al Mua'ana  sect that "waged war", after stealing a cache of  weapons, against a toilet in a beer factory and took to the jungles of Perak to hide out only to be enticed back to reality with KFC drumsticks and sad melodious P.Ramlee songs. The bottom line is they taught, interpreted and preached  the Holy book to their shallow understanding and looked up to even shallower Arabian preachermen.

The Fatwa Council of Malaysia is the butt of all jokes. Their tag-line goes like that MC Hammer song....."can't touch this, can't eat that, can't say this, can't see that, can't friend them, can't smell that".... ! 

Wtf are these fellows doing to Malaysians and in particular the Muslim Malays ? It started with simple greetings of each other's religious and cultural celebrations in multi-ethnic Malaysians. Along comes these so-called defenders of Islam to stop Malays from greeting other races citing  "fear of religious conversion and national security". Should not Najib arrest all these fellows and close down the Fatwa Council for causing disunity and going on a collission course with his own pet "1Malaysia" project ? 

And the latest is the "mother-of-all-fuck-ups" (here.) I simply cannot see the logic in our English as a spoken language in this country run by "arab-wannabes" dishing out Fatwas (definition- a non-binding judgement on a point of Islamic law "given" by a recognised religious authority ) for using the non-religious and universal R.I.P. !

Have they so soon forgotten we are a permanent member of the Commonwealth and once ruled by the Queen of England ? Perhaps these young half-baked turks actually did not learn that in schools ? Again I squarely blame Anwar and our stupid education system. They have amended, modified and even deleted so much of our once rich history to suit a Arabised-flavoured history and thump their chests with shouts of this "ketuanan" crap. And so now we see at who's expense it has all been ! 

The MahaFiruan Mahathir and El Anwar ibni Ibrahim together have systematically "shackled and imprisoned" the once free Malay minds with a new set of education and history.    

Here is one such product of their combined "indoctrination" effort....this one ugly idiot named Mohd Hazizi Ab Rahman from Isma here who says all infidels ( yours truly included ) will go to hell. ( here )  

And another for your reading pleasure read  all about the one who took pleasure in another's grief ( here ) .....the despicable Zul Noordin of Perkasa ! And if these mullahs had their wish and if by unlucky chance they get to implemented their hudud laws...we'd also be the first nation with the highest number of armless and fingerless citizenry. ( starting with about 80% of our police, immigration and customs departments and 100% mat rempits would have their arms chopped for various offences) ......but hey, wait a minute, corruption and bribery is never addressed as a sin for these mutt-heads. Only speaking English and being Zionist is their "hate-attack" plan....all subtly engineered by Arab muftis and ustads brain-washing, right ?  




For these village idiots, it's written in the Quran in Surah Al-Nisa Verse 145...
"Surely, the hypocrites will be in the lowest depths (grade) of the Fire.” (Quran 4:145)
And as for that last picture above, well what can I say....I was just thinking of our "national" bomohs, that's all ! 

Hahahaha.....Shalom and Happy Easter everyone !

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Thursday, April 10, 2014

of hard-ons and women in red....

Seems we have politicians of the lowest of calibre and quality when it comes to carrying themselves with dignity and class. The last thing they ever do is in serving the very people who voted in their favour prior to their election to the august house. And then again when we have such low lifes as members of parliament can we still call the parliament the "august" house ? A whore house would  be a better choice in describing our parliament. Some of its crass members talk as if they are in brothels seeking the mamasan's advice.   

Take for example this idiotic member of parliament who goes by an equally crass name of Bung Moktar, representing the rural voters of remote Kinabatangan. This dung must surely be walking around with a perpetual hard-on to comment on the length and colour of dress donned by a female member of the Opposition ? Read here !

Not that I'm a sexist, but I'm saying Teresa Kok is not anything to make "heads" turn, and for this member of parliament to pick on an issue such as her choice of dress colour and length of dress goes to show how petty and stupid this fellow sounds in the so-called "undignified" august house ! What were his promises to his constituency ? When was the last time he went to see his people in Kinabatangan ? Has he no shame to harp on such trivial matters ?

Such shameful utterance with sexual under-tones is cheap street talk. Such talk is not for the "august" house. But then again you cannot make race-horses out of asses, can you. That's the lecherous Dung Bung Moktar for you folks....the lowest of life forms who also happens to "crawl" on the corridors of power ! 

Read some of my past posts about this critter here and here to get the picture !

The pictures below are just for Dung Bung, since we now know his peculiar fetish for women dressed in RED.....feast on it moron and go jerk-off !
Damn !



Tuesday, April 08, 2014

Perlis mufti advises Muslims to avoid ceremonies of other religions – Bernama

APRIL 03, 2014
Perlis Mufti, Datuk Dr Juanda Jaya (pic) has advised Muslims not to be directly involved in the ceremonies of other religions, including the Songkran festival.
 
He said giving a present or extending good wishes to a non-Muslim in conjunction with that person's religious celebration was not an issue, but they should not be attending the religious ceremonies.
 
"The Songkran festival is clearly a religious occasion as during the ceremony, the statue of Buddha will be given a bath and the bath water will then be distributed to the attendees for them to receive blessings," he explained.
 
Because of that, he said, Muslims should not be attending such ceremonies.
 
It is understood that Perlis will be holding a Songkran festival in Kuala Perlis this Saturday and the festival is included in the state's tourism calendar.
 
Juanda also reminded Muslim traders who display the photograph of the 25th Sultan of Kedah, the late Sultan Abdul Hamid, at their premises with the aim of bringing luck to their business, to remove the photo immediately as this is contrary to Islamic teachings.
 
He said the traders' belief that the long tail feathers of the burung cenderawasih (bird of paradise) on the sultan's 'tengkolok' (headdress) as seen in the photograph could give them good luck in business, smacked of polytheism and such a belief must cease.
 
"The Perlis Fatwa Council had decided five years ago that the practice was wrong in religion and the notice on the fatwa (edict) was distributed through the local authorities two years ago. However, there are still traders who hold on to the belief," he said.
 
On the fatwa that deemed the drinking of ketum water as haram (forbidden), Juanda said the Perlis Fatwa Council was waiting for the Home Ministry's response to its suggestion of placing the offence of drinking ketum water under the Dangerous Drugs Act and not under the Poisons Act as practised now. – Bernama, April 3, 2014.
Hahahahaha ! Najib has absolutely ZERO control of his 1Malaysia shit with fucktards like this village idiot pictured above !  The damage they do to the national security of this country ! Lock these shit-stirrers away in Kamunting please.
Way to go UMNO/BN !

Friday, April 04, 2014

R.I.P. my 1st. and only guest blogger-Bernard Khoo (4th. April 2014)

This post below is a reprint from 3rd. August 2013 - titled "My 1st. and only guest blogger-Bernard Khoo" and with some add-ons.


I'm not one who's good at curry-flavouring or giving public speeches. Today I'm writing a special post about someone I came to care about a lot. Someone who's close to my families ( in both the 2 parts of my life....hmmm.) in the short time we've engaged and interacted in and out of the blogging world. 

Friend to many, foe to some, brother to more then a select few, buddy to a lot, father to 2 and husband to one and slave to none !

Bernard Khoo Teng Siew and I hail from the same town, Taiping. Of course, him being a decade older then me, we never knew each other there or then. But we share the same love for our alma mater and hometown. I met Bernard around 2006 in Kuala Lumpur, the year Malaysia was going through a political "Renaissance" of sorts under the Pak Lah administration, with the emergence of a then tightly knitted band of political irritants/misfits called bloggers ! (The then home minister Syed Albar even defined bloggers as jobless housewives (burp) who tell a great many lies and had nothing better to do !)

It is not important how we became good friends or even brothers, but there certainly was a special bonding amongst the elder bloggers of that time. Bernard who before then didn't even own a blog but used to frequently comment as "zorro" on many blogs, was encouraged to start his own blog by someone close in the blogging fraternity. The rest as you all know is history. 

Bernard is a kind gentleman, a generous teacher, a passionate friend and a Malaysian. Politics and politicians who screw-up hurt him most but many a politician seek him out for supper or drinks in faraway places that he had covered during by-elections. He's mad about all sports from cricket to hockey  but I still wonder why he supports soccer losers like MU ! (guess he's susceptible to bad judgement !)

Taken into custody for attending an illegal gathering in Ipoh during the "Perak-power-grab" debacle once, always in the fore-front covering almost all of the by-elections since 2008, numerous candle-light vigils for ISA, RPK or championing any protests to elevate the less fortunate and attending all protests marches.Bernard is hated by some and admired by many for his tireless feed of postings you'd want to think when this old man is going to stop and go play with his 3 grandsons in Bahamas.  

We've shared rooms before when covering by-elections with what little donations we got from well-wishes and agents of change and if you had room-mates in the likes Bernard or Haris you'd never get any sleep at all. These 2 can actually orchestrate a symphony with their snoring. We've shared more then just rooms. We knocked chilled ones on far too many occasions. We shared stories and and gossips and even agreed to  disagree on opinions but most of all we shared unconditionally, respect for each other. Bernard's trade-mark pipe and an occasional ciggy with his single malt with one cube of ice constituted his water intake for the day. And its been quite awhile since we clinked glasses too, my friend.

Bernard, today I hear you had a face-off with Mr. big C at the hospital ! 
I'm frightened with that piece of news, bro. I don't know what to do or how to help you. Is there anything I can do for you Bernard ? I don't know how to be brave for you.

So I'll tell  to your face only once Bernard. I love you  my brother. 
And Cheers to all the happy memories you and I shared in these short beautiful years of friendship and will continue to do so.  I dedicate the pictures below to you.   

Below I share some pictures, in no particular order, of Bernard Khoo with people close to his heart from my private collection. 
You, my readers may add captions where ever you deem fit.


 In Tenang by-election....the morning after...guess nobody saw Bernard this early huh ?

A young and cute 'Unker" Zorro follower ......

Always a kind word to these guys who are doing their job.

 Now this certainly is the Rogue's Gallery !
 
 With Jarod and yours truly !
 
 KLCC yellow take-over with Johnny Ong and Mary McGuire in the background !
Ahhhh......The Special Bunch !

  Anteras with 2 thumbs-up after Bersih2 !
             Me 2 mateys

  (l-r) Raman Kukerji, Tony Gee, Bernard, Darren, Errol, GAB Host Francis Yew and Bala Lawrence at the Tavern.

 Bernard, Rodi behind the lens and Boom nursing his wound from the last street fight.....civil disobedience !
 Bernard's favorite Bhai'a friends from the NPC (l-r) Kesh, Ajitpal, Vivinder, NaSTy Bob, Aftar and Raman, who then taught him his favorite swear word...."Pudhi Dia"

Hmmmm.......no comments.

With Colin Fernandez the cool guitarman at Jerry's farm in Tangkak


 there's Azmi Sharom and Haris and...

(l-r) Alex Loh, Yusri, Shirley, SB Loy, Bernard and Jason Yew

 With Mama Madagascar Penny.

 
 (l-r) Patrick Teoh, yours truly, Bernard, Rocky and "whathismamacallhim" friend.
Bernard with Estrellita or Lita ( with a halo ?) 

 in Tenang with a young PAS supporter

Bernard's other favorite room-mate Arif Jon.

home coming..... with that Special Bunch again in Taiping- Bukit Gantang by-election

and finally but not least, I surprised him with a visit at UH....tired, drugged and asleep but hand still on the mouse.........sleeping on the job !

Today I heard he passed away after a long and tiresome fight.....alright, goodnight and sleep well my dear comrade/brother/buddy and fellow being. Henceforth I shall raise my glass high in your honour, brother ! 

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

1April Fool Joker !

I am very curious as to how our dear pm Najib chooses his deputies ? Do they  really have to be intelligent or do they have to swear to lay down their lives for him ? Does he also check if they are better qualified then him  (btw I know pm Najib's well educated and all from not a school but from an institution, just like yours truly, but pray tell me, what is the main criteria to be selected to be his deputy ? A position that may one day lead up to being a prime minister himself ? 

Suffice to say, one has to be in the upper echelon of UMNO for starters. One has to pocess good oratory skills and influencing the village masses. A a certain degree of charm and charisma is a plus. Looks ?....surely yes. Humbleness ?.... Hmmmm, no, not necessarily required in UMNO....but arrogance is a must. Apple polishing ass-licks ? Hmmmm.......not sure lah !

Now take a good look at the pictures of this chap below. 


 

Now read this story ( here )

Ahhhha ! The answer is somewhere thereabouts ! 
Hehehehehe !   

Friday, March 28, 2014

RazakSAT revisited.


 

RM142m RazakSAT faulty after just one year, says federal auditor

By Shannon Teoh
October 24, 2011

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 24 — Malfunctions barely a year after the RM142 million RazakSAT satellite was launched caused it to take 1,328 unusable mapping images that were inaccurate by up to 37km, the Auditor-General’s report showed today.
The report made available today said state-owned Astronautic Technology Sdn Bhd (ATSB), which operates RazakSAT, lost RM10.89 million in 2009, of which RM7.7 million went towards insurance premiums for the faulty satellite.

“The operational lifespan of RazakSAT is three years. But the RazakSAT satellite failed to function fully on August 30, 2010, a year and sixteen days from launch date,” Auditor-General Tan Sri Ambrin Buang wrote.
The Auditor General added that the remote sensing satellite was designed to “capture images within 1km accuracy” but “an image of an area in Sungai Buloh and Subang missed by 37km and captured Kuala Selangor.”

As a result, 1,328 high-resolution images could not be used for the project’s stated objective of providing remote information for land development, forestry and fish migration.
ATSB had promised to deliver images from the satellite, touted as the world’s first remote sensing satellite launched into near equatorial orbit (NEqO), last year but have yet to release any pictures.

Its orbit allows RazakSAT to revisit some parts of Malaysia every 90 minutes, instead of once every two weeks as is normal with sun-synchronous optical satellites.
The Auditor-General said that ATSB, which built the satellite with a RM141.8 million government grant, had made corrections to the satellite but only reduced the level of error by between 2.4 and 22km.

The report said efforts to improve RazakSAT’s accuracy were terminated in December 2010 and “the payment to ATSB was settled for a RM650,000 discount from the total project price of RM5.96 million.”
“Based on the feedback from ATSB, the RazakSAT satellite is a research and development project and not a commercial project,” the audit added.
ATSB’s website calls the RazakSAT project a “cost-effective high resolution imaging system for Earth observation specifically for a small satellite (weighing) less than 200kg”.


Saturday, March 22, 2014

How to win a buy-election .


Just three maybe for some, four ingredients are necessary to certainly win a by-election. Let's take a quick tour to success and riches beyond your wildest dreams !
Incidently today is also the Kajang buy-erhhh....by-election !

First it is money, plenty of it. With money you can have a grand display to showcase your pompousness in having large mug-shots on screens and posters of yourself plastered all over town, reminding people that 'you da man' they must vote as you have the power to also buy off macai's or parasites to surround you everywhere you go. An air of importance is invested as paid macai's also double as cameramen and reporters ! Better still if these macai's were the local hoods. They will also have local authorities and enforcement in their payroll. Money buys new paved roads, drainage and public services....and of course the "shady" entertainment, no ? And many more will flock around you with vested interests and big dreams to realise into riches.

Next comes the solid back-up.With an entire legion of unholy people who have in their own time also used this strategy and are now in commanding positions themselves backing you, what can go wrong ? Their 2sen imput in helping you to reach their ranks, even if it is in a "junior" level means you will still count as in numbers. They need each other for back-up. Numbers and in packs makes one powerful, whether for the greater good of the voters or for themselves, who really cares, anyway ?

Then its scandals. Look for juicy shit ( any kind ) and skeletons in the closet of your opponent. For the right price you can have an army of keyboard trolls digging into the dirt of your opponent....even if it is completely fictitious or engineered, because with just days to the by-election your opponent will not have the pleasure to rebut your attacks and precious time will be wasted. A slander charge in court will take a long time, and by then you're comfortably numb and an already elected representative where nobody can touch you then. Remember your solid back-up is there for you, right ?

And the last ingredient is of utmost importance for any candidate in every by-election. The voters. There are voters  who vote out of fear and in the uncertainty of what the future may hold for them. They live ( in their own terms) in a comfort zone and are shit scared to rock the boat. Even if their lives are at times on the outskirts of poverty. Then there are the morons. These idiots will vote for anyone who'd throw scraps their way and promise them the moon and the sun. They will also be quick to influence others around them to think in their shallow and herd mentality way...not that they have any opinion of their own, as they are morons, see ? 

So it comes down to these above recipe that one has to master and muster-on to succeed in pulling off a by-election ! 

One word of cautioned advice to the voters though. 
One should vote for change and with their heads and not their hearts. God knows how fucked-up their miserable lives are on all matters they decided with their hearts in the past and in so many instances.

Shalom and beware the stooges who come bearing gifts ! 

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Guardians of the Forest.

Please watch this docu-film. I can relate myself to some of the lovely people/friends who brought this documentary to your screen. For starters, great job Mary, Alan and Antares ! Cheers !

Thursday, March 13, 2014

The New York Times

World                                
                                                    

Amid Search for Plane, Malaysian Leaders Face Rare Scrutiny

SEPANG, Malaysia — Malaysia’s governing elite has clung to power without interruption since independence from Britain almost six decades ago through a combination of tight control of information, intimidation of the opposition and, until recently, robust economic growth.
But worldwide bafflement at the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has challenged the country’s paternalistic political culture and exposed its coddled leaders to the withering judgments of critics from around the world.
Civilian and military leaders on Wednesday revealed that they had known for the past four days, but did not publicly disclose, that military radar had picked up signals of what may have been the missing aircraft. It appeared to be flying on a westerly course sharply off its intended flight path to Beijing.
If the radar readings were from the missing plane, it could mean a radical reinterpretation of where it ended up. And it was only under a barrage of intense questioning on Wednesday from a room packed with reporters who had arrived from many countries that officials acknowledged that the last recorded radar plot point showed the jet flying in the direction of the Indian Ocean — and at a cruising altitude, suggesting it could have flown much farther.
Malaysia’s defense minister, Hishammuddin Hussein, faced many questions at a news conference Wednesday.
MANAN VATSYAYANA / AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE — GETTY IMAGES
That raised the question of why the information had not been released earlier.
“The world is finally feeling the frustration that we’ve been experiencing for years,” said Lee Ee May, a management consultant and a former aide to a Malaysian opposition politician.
Ms. Lee said she was embarrassed when the country’s defense minister, Hishammuddin Hussein, the scion of a powerful political family, rejected a reporter’s assertion on Wednesday that the search for the airplane had been disordered.
“It’s only confusion if you want it to be seen to be confusion,” Mr. Hishammuddin said at a news conference that unfolded before an international audience.
Video | Malaysia's Radar Blip Examined Malaysian authorities examined whether a military radar detected Flight 370.
Relatively free from natural disasters and other calamities, Malaysia has had little experience with handling a crisis on this scale. It is also an ethnically polarized society where talent often does not rise to the top of government because of patronage politics within the ruling party and a system of ethnic preferences that discourages or blocks the country’s minorities, mainly ethnic Chinese and Indians, from government service.
Ethnic Malays, who make up about half of the population, hold nearly all top government positions and receive a host of government preferences because of their status as “sons of the soil.”
Authoritarian laws have helped keep the governing party, the United Malays National Organization, in power — and an ascendant opposition in check.
The day before Flight 370 disappeared, the leader of the opposition, Anwar Ibrahim, was sentenced to five years under a sodomy law that is almost never enforced. Critics called the case an effort to block the opposition’s rise at a time when the governing party’s popularity is waning.
Then on Tuesday, a court convicted Karpal Singh, another opposition politician, of sedition, a law enacted in colonial times.
“We call it persecution, not prosecution,” said Ambiga Sreenevasan, a lawyer and the former head of the Malaysian Bar Council.
The government is accustomed to getting its way, and the crisis surrounding the missing plane is holding officials accountable in ways unfamiliar to them, Ms. Ambiga said.
“Malaysians have come to accept that their leaders don’t answer questions,” she said. “When you are not seriously challenged in any meaningful way, of course you get complacent and comfortable.”
For a relatively prosperous country of 30 million people that is less well known internationally than neighboring countries like Thailand and Singapore, the government’s confused efforts at finding the missing jetliner are an awkward and undesired appearance on the world stage.
The crisis has led to introspection about why the government has appeared uncoordinated and unable to pin down seemingly basic facts about the missing flight.
Officials insisted for three days that baggage was removed from the flight before takeoff when five passengers did not board. But the country’s chief of police on Tuesday said that was false: Everyone who checked in boarded the plane, he said. No explanation was given for the conflicting accounts.
Ibrahim Suffian, the director of the Merdeka Center, an independent polling company, said the response to the crisis had underlined a lack of precision both in government and in the society over all.
“There’s a tolerance for a lack of attentiveness to detail,” he said. “You have a tendency of not asking so much and not expecting so much.”
The crisis also highlighted a lack of competence in government that Mr. Ibrahim said was related to a deference to authority and reluctance to take initiative. “There’s always been a kind of wait-for-instructions-from-the-top attitude,” he said.
Yet amid the criticism of the rescue efforts there was also an acknowledgment that the plane’s disappearance was so unusual that perhaps no government would be fully prepared for it.
“This is almost a unique situation,” said Ramon Navaratnam, a Harvard-trained economist and a former Malaysian senior civil servant. “Anyone would be caught off guard.”
For now, the Malaysian authorities are stuck in the unenviable position of hearing many questions but having few answers.
“They have never faced pressure to perform like this,” said Ms. Lee, the management consultant. “But now international eyes are on them, and they have nowhere to hide.”

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