Time and again the bus companies are reminded to check on the vehicles. Puspakom & JPJ too have to play a part to control accidents on the roads. I should say the bus MD or GM should be held liable on accidents arising from using the buses. We had a few incidents in Genting Highlands. Now we had one on the highway. People died because of the poor maintenance of the vehicles. The company can't plead innocence. The person in charge should be fine and imprisoned. In this way the buses will be in tip top conditioned on the roads...I pray for those died on their to pay homage to a saint...Ironically we should pray to God not to saint!!!
PM didnt allow debate on Article 11 of The Federal Constitution. In his order he had sided the protestors in Penang and in Johore Baru. In democracy one should be allowed to debate and discuss sensibly any sensitive issues affecting the communities. He talks about Islam Hadhari but he doesnt know how to preach on it. Islam is the way to peace...what these protestors do is a disgrace to the religion. PM shouldnt have sided with them. He should tell these protestors they are wrong. They should be charged in court for illegal assembly but I doubt PM will order their arrest...Tunku, Razak and Hussein Onn said our country is not a Islamic Country. The Federal Constitution is supreme in all aspects of the law of the country. Only Dr M said Malaysia is an Islamic Country but he isnt a lawyer so he might interpret wrongly. Or he wanted to up one against PAS...
Lately in the north many sudden deaths rumoured to occur in Taiping then spread down to Ipoh relating to black witch craft. In the north the bomohs there are famous for 'santau'. Apparently some evil bomoh wants to kill about 140 guys to gain his power. I heard a woman wants to kill 140 men to have her power. This woman frequents restaurants and mix with the men then tragedy strikes on the guys. In Ipoh it was on the restaurant selling nasi campur. Apparently some had died on the spot..My regular cendol stall told me too about the incident when I went to have my cendol...Long time ago I was advice not to stop at any stall selling nasi campur because of someone trying to practise his black magic. It affects mostly the malay stalls along the roads....I heard about 'santau' in the North. I stayed there for so many years....it is difficult to cure and no modern medicine can detect it..you have to see the bomoh immediately otherwise fatal loss of life can occur. Meantime I was told to drink lime water to effectively block the evil from taking its hold.....
Monday, July 31, 2006
Sunday, July 30, 2006
Today the house painter told me about his life story. We were talking about girlfriends while he was relaxing in my house. One topic led to another so he told me that he went out with his ex-girlfriend for 7 years before they married. Within a year of his marriage he had a son. A few months later his wife asked for divorce out of the blue. He was shocked. His ex told him she found someone in Singapore. He let go his wife. What to do? His wife had asked for her divorce and he agreed. Now he has many girlfriends. He said each girlfriend knows of the time one could entertain him. He told them the truth...now he has his hands full. He said he wont settle down of the lesson he had learned. So he is enjoying his time. I think women always fall for the rugged ones or the gangster type character. I know but I can't pinpoint what these guys have in common. These guys seem to attract these pretty women.....All the conversations I had of guys who have many girlfriends - sweet words. My mother told me so. Women fall for guys who know how to use words to play on their emotions. Maybe it is greed of beauty..throw some cash tell some lies show some guts presto! The women come knocking at his doors....Well...I am dreaming for a change....But I am enjoying my life so I guess I only dream. It is very interesting to dream....try it you never know how it helps to break your tension or depression
Saturday, July 29, 2006
I think Malaysians have nothing else to do. Others problem we make it our own. Condemning others of aggression (which is wrong I know) but make sure we have our plan B. I dont want Israeli jets bombs our country or US sends her mighty warships on our shores. If this happens, who will help us or protest for us? Nobody!! We have own problems in the country. These protesters should go and help and not wasting energy to shout and use placards to condemn others while in our own backyards we have our own issues to tackle. Issues such as :-
corruption/poor folks/mental deficiency/braindrain/scholars never come home to serve/class divide/unfairness in economic distribution/poor racial integration/never talk of Malaysian but of race/are we Malaysians or not?/majority cannot impose its will on the minority/article 11 of the Federal Constitution/drugs abuse/AIDS/HIV/illegal immigrants/citizenship/PR.....
These issues will keep us busy for a long time. Yet it isnt dissolved because we never play it right. We waste our times for someone's problem forgetting our own. Do we learn our lessons? I think not.
Malaysia clean our backyards first before we go international......
5 Reasons to Walk
Posted by Debbie Rocker
on Mon, Jul 10, 2006, 10:12 am PDT
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Start walking now. Here are the 5 most important reasons why:
Walking is a cardiovascular exercise - it is good for your heart. Which is enough of a reason to walk in and of itself, but walking is good for your head too. Walking is great for clearing your mind and rejuvenating. Because it is aerobic, it helps condition your heart - you already know this, but it can condition your mind as well since you are releasing endorphins, enjoying nature, and doing something good for yourself. Walk alone one day and just "feel" the experience. Maybe I should have called this reason number 1 and 2 - oh well.
Walking is weight bearing - we build bone strength by carrying weight. Since your body is weight (lest I remind you), walking helps build lower body bone density which helps prevent osteoporosis. Check out my weighted WALKVEST (walkvest.com) to really build bone strength and bone density. And guess what - you need to pay attention to doing exercises that build bone density and prevent osteoporosis sooner than you think. We all begin losing bone density (it's a natural occurrence in us all) in our late 20s or early 30s. Read the stats. The bone loss process begins early - people recognize it (unaware that it has been happening for years) when it is in the later stages and our bones are already brittle. But osteoporosis is preventable - so start walk and do other weight bearing exercises (for your upper and lower body) now.
Walking is cardiovascular - did I say that before? I believe I did. But there are even more aerobic benefits to walking, like the fact that walking helps burn excess calories so you can lose weight or maintain a healthy body weight. Should I have mad this one number 1?
Walking is free. We like that!
Walking is beneficial to everyone. At any age or any fitness level, walking is safe, effective and enjoyable exercise! OK, so this is 5, 6, and 7...just do it, you'll feel better and you'll look better!
Happy trails everyone,Debbie Rocker
Walking costs no money. How true! You get the benefits and reap the rewards of healthy body sound mind. Along the way you may make friends and see beautiful scenery. It makes you feel alive after a hectic day at work or parenting. It is good to bring along family and friends to cultivate the habit of walking in the woods or in the parks. You can walk around night markets too. Malaysia has this culture in major towns/cities. You walk, you smell, you taste, you eat and drink in the night markets. For the serious walkers it is the jungle trekking, walking on hill slopes or paths or along the roads in the early morning or late evening. It is really refreshing looking at scenes on a leisure pace and admiring the cultivating scenes for the eyes to see. It helps to ease the tension in the mind and let it flow freely. Walking makes you free.
Friday, July 28, 2006
picture courtesy of malaysiakini
What happen to our adat? No matter what Dr M said or did, one shouldnt have hit him with a pepper spray. Write to him or engage him in debate. I dont think this should be the way the people treated a former PM of the country. It shows how shallow some idiots are. One can have different opinion, say your piece and let the day continues to roll. Dr M may have done wrongs in his time. Maybe he thought he was right then. Eventually time proved he was wrong. But then he had done great jobs too. I personally believe he got his action wrong on Anwar Ibrahim. And I still do albeit with some satisfaction that Anwar was found not guilty as charged in The Federal Court. But Anwar lost his chance to become the PM of the country. Now Dr M was belted by one angry person or one who was paid to do a job. Either way it is not the way to treat a former PM. UMNO youth is busy organizing protests on Israel invasion of Lebanon but I view they shouldnt go on the placards protest. Because one is a Muslim the other is a Jew or Christian but these people forget they have the same prophets telling them to do good....what happen to the religious texts? Everything different...???? So one can see the different roads....why not these UMNO youth go to Isreal and protests and see what happens? And now Dr M got a pepper spray....will UMNO Youth go and protest or find out why such a person did it to Dr M? What have we become really? Living in peace but still want to make noise in protesting on someone's problem....Do we benefit it in the end? We have poor people in Malaysia but no...UMNO youth thinks helping the Muslim brothers in countries is better not in our own backyard. Shame. I feel sad.
Malaysia adatnya nak hilang...
Thursday, July 27, 2006
When you work so hard, you forget the little things in life. Every one wants to get an easy life; which along the way, one forgets the basic touch of neighbourliness. One pursues it with total focus forgetting everything behind or in front. One forgets about one own shadow...leaving a trail of stress related problems in work or in life. Yet one never stops to ask why. Seeking a material delights will cost the life and friendship. In the end one will live alone staring at the sunset. It is then so hard to make it happen again. Always remember money and material wants arent the saviour of one's soul. It can enhance a living style; it isnt a permanent feature in one's life.
Do what one can; satisfy what one has; use it to one's limit and know when to stop. One shouldnt compare with others. Each has different plate and desire. No two persons are the same in taste and belief. So understand your own capability and wants.
Malaysia...banyak bolih dicari hanya berhati2 dimana nak pergi
May Bank, the country largest bank, has grown too big now. When it is a small bank, customer services is excellent. When it grows, the foundation of customer services disappears. You can write many letter of complaints, you can't get an answer. You can wait for a long time. Maybank is under the control of MoF under the Finance Minister. Even the customer service officers are not briefed of its products. When you ask, you have to wait. May bank introduced many products and at times these customer service officers are not well versed to tell you how the products work. So they keep calling back to those people handling these products. So in the first place Maybank should make sure its officers are really trained to handle products inquiries. Because it is the larget bank in the country, the bank can escape the scrutiny of the government. As I said it is under the Finance Minister...There are reports Maybank has grown inhuman and insensitive of human needs. Will the bank wake up? My guess Maybank will stand up proud and strong until a hurricane destroys it.....
Malaysia...cakap saja datang lagi esok ya!
Wednesday, July 26, 2006
TUMPAT: A number of beauty salons and restaurants here are enjoying brisk business.However, it has nothing to do with the latest David Beckham hairdo or an exceptionally innovative menu.Instead, customers are being offered call-girls who meet them at nearby budget hotels or at their homes. It is believed the sex trade moved here early this year from the border town of Rantau Panjang in Pasir Mas following raids by religious and law enforcement authorities. "Most of the people involved are Thais who moved their operations to Tumpat after the authorities disrupted their activities in Rantau Panjang. So we are now concentrating enforcement activities on the Tumpat district," State Local Government, Housing and Health Committee chairman Takiyuddin Hassan said.Residents in the district became aware of the activities in at least 10 beauty salons and restaurants in a number of villages, including Kampung Jubakar and Kampung Bunuhan, when they spotted customers leaving the establishments with female workers. A police source said the migration of sex workers began last year after the unrest in southern Thailand drastically reduced the number of Malaysians crossing the border for illicit sex.District police chief Superintendent Nor Azizan Anan said police are monitoring the areas that are suspected of b
This is nothing new. The sex trade is considered the oldest profession in the world. It is easy money to be made for those men or women who needed it. Maybe sex variance which the homely partner can't give. Or perhaps (mostly guys) need some sparks in their love lives but can't find it at home. Look at the married women....growing fat and nagging alot...and the guys growing bald headed and in need of some boost in their lives but can't find it at home. So they pay for young women to entertain them. They claim these young women boost their sex lives. I think both parties should work it out 24/7. They can't claim they are old, no energy to participate, headaches, backaches, bone aches, broken tooth, wringle faces or brittle bones..holding hands, embrace each other, smile and talk...it is much easy than trying to tap the energy for something that can't be had for long. In Penang there was this joint which allowed men to touch female breasts and private parts for $15 for 10 minutes. I was told then it was popular with the old men..In Johore Baru somewhere around JB Merlin there was this joint too offering similar treats to the old guys. As they say ada duit macam macam bolih dapat....Lastly I heard about the "toll girls" offering I think the same kind of treatment or sometimes more intimate to the lorry drivers or any car driver who needed company on the lonely stretch of roads..One time long ago in Mersing there was a den off the main road of Mersing where the lorry drivers paid $50 for one hour session in the deep bushes.( Of course the police smashed it up after a few months of investigations )
I personally feel no one can make this sex trade disappear. It is a good money making machine. As long as the money is the motivation, the women will go all out to make it from the men.
Malaysia....struggling with the traffic systems!
In a civilised society which practises democracy all closed door meetings/forums should be allowed. The people of the country should be open minded and not protest without understanding the issues involved. The majority race shouldnt feel threatened. It is best that they too participate in the forums. A religion shouldnt be a closed affair. You want to spread the wings of a religion you should be brave enough to withstand the discussions. Apparently in Malaysia this discussion can't be carried out because the majority race feels it is the right enshrined in the Constitution. History has shown it is with the agreement of the previous leaders of each race that this Constitution came about. I believe the forums are used to discuss intelligently bearing in mind the sensitivity of the other races in the country. As long as it remains closed doors, it should be allowed. I think nobody should protest about it. I can't understand why the Malays so against it. Have they forgotten the input of the other races of the country? Independence achieved on the strength of unity of all the races in the country. This is what it would be. But I am afraid the majority race is trying to impose its own ways and values to other races which I think it shouldnt be. We are not a race. We are Malaysians. I guess I am one of those who think this way....
Malaysia....where are the values for Malaysians?
Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Parents should be held accountable on their children behaviour outside their homes. They can't allow the police to monitor their children activities. As parents they should pay close attention of their children activities in schools and outside schools. The police is correct in pointing out the responsibilities of parents managing their children. All students in secondary schools should be held responsible by their parents for misbehaving in classes or outside homes. Police claimed many crimes were committed by these young adults. I have read reports and seen some pictures of these young adults behaving in their groups. I think the current hot pictures could be Dato K's eldest son. His pictures seemed to be floating in the internet...There could be something to tell the public about the behaviour of the young adults. Monitor them. Dont let tragedy strikes in the family (like the royal tragedy where the son killed his mother purposely high on drug) So I think parents or guardians should pay heed to the police advice before tragedy befalls on them
Malaysia.....too many laws but have no bites. Why? Tak cukup pegawai2....
Sultan of Pahang cried when he got news that his sister was murdered by her own son. It was reported he was high on drugs. I am sure the parents knew about their son habits. They didnt want it to be known that they had failed in their parenting to mould their son to be upright and responsible person. Drugs took care of him. He went for something that makes every one feeling miserable and sorrowful eventually. This is the dilemma of parents. When a child is grown and released to mix with the crowd, it is hope he made his right choices in life. Drugs shouldnt be in his vocabulary. But in the bad crowd, nobody is safe.
My view have changed in my years. Drugs at one time I thought it was associated with the poor guys who wanted to make a quick buck in the rich world. Now it never holds true anymore. It crosses the borderless world of the rich and the poor. It makes no difference in its crawling kill.
It can happen to anybody - educated or uneducated. The evil walks with a smile and a gold bar to say 'Hi!'
May God bless their souls!
Drive safely as for this consequences
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Speeding: Exceeding 1 - 20km/h = $130 + 4 demerit points. Exceeding 21 - 30km/h = $150 + 6 demerit points. Exceeding 31 - 40km/h = $180 + 8 demerit points. Exceeding 41 - 50km/h = $200 + 12 demerit points + Court. Exceeding 51 - 60km/h = $200 + 18 demerit points + Court. Exceeding 61km/h = $200 + 24 demerit points + Court. If you want to be a hero and fight the court case yourself, and you lose, you pay the court charges yourself, which will add up to your fine. I guess the court charges is at least $200 and above. Careless driving = $150 + 6 demerit Points. Inconsiderate Driving = $170 + 9 Demerit Points + Court. Dangerous Driving = $200 + 24 Demerit Points +! Court + Vehicle Compounded. Illegal Racing = $200 + Vehicle Confiscate + Court. Fail to put Seat Belt = $120 + 3 demerit points. Crossing Double White lines = $130 + 4 points. Phone and Drive = $200 + 12 demerit point + Phone Confiscate. Do not hold your handphone in your hand when you drive even with loud speaker or ear piece. Drink Driving (first offence.) = Up to $5000 Fine and, or Jail Term + License Suspended + Court. 2nd time offence = Jail term + Fine + Court. Making an illegal U Turn when there's no U-Turn sign = $70 . Fail to Signal when changing lanes = $70 . Driving at night without headlights or taillights switch on after 7pm = $30 . No Number Plate = $70. Obstructed Number Plate = $70. Obscured Number Plate = $70. Number Plate Of Unapproved Type = $70 .< /FONT>
Demerit Point system : Let's say you have 0 point on 1st January 2005, and you committed the offence of Failing to Put on Seat Belt. So now, you will have 3 demerit points and this will last for 1 Year. If during this 1 year you have no demerit points offence at all, your 3 demerit points will be gone on 1/1/2006. But, if during this one year, From 1/1/2005- 1/1/2006, you committed another offence with demerit points, your very first offence will be extended for another year until 1/1/2007.
Mohsin was traveling with his nine-year-old daughter Hani Karmila -- from his previous marriage to Datin Seri Tiara Jacquelina -- when he complained of chest pains before collapsing.
Hani Karmila immediately called her mother, who rushed to the airport with husband Datuk Seri Effendi Norwawi.
Mohsin's remains have been brought to hospital for an autopsy.
Mohsin was the host of popular TV game show Roda Impian before his death.
newspaper report from The STar
Death walks every where
No one knows when is the time
Dont think you are young
You could dance all night
Do what you can
Play what you know
Enjoy the minutes
Death walks the door
courtesy of jeffooi
The call from nowhere
The carefree days
In the mood to listen
Of call he knows
A reporter asks
‘How are you?’
The work boils him down
He has no time to indulge
His favorite game
He loses it all
‘I am now the Prime Minister
I can’t do what I do before’
“Come walk with me” he says
“Share your whisper I do what I can”
The people got hook
Now dangling up in the air
The Pied Piper is he?
People gone blindly
“Give him time to settle”
“He knows what he is doing”
The years had gone
Endon too gone away
How long he has to settle down?
Before the light shines in the sky
He has to make a quick decision
Staying cool all the time
He makes it look worst than before
Indecisiveness boils the soup
It becomes too hot to handle
See what he is doing?
He tries to listen
The soft approach that he is
“Come share with me
The fears, dreams and fantasy”
The PM listens intently
Forgetting where he is
Monday, July 24, 2006
With the contract, Indonesian maids can now take grievances against employers to the Labour Court, where employers are liable to a fine and jail if they do not abide by the contract
Even if deductions were allowed, they should not be over 50% of the monthly salary and the necessary receipts must be presented to the department,'' he told The Star.
It is best to get a savings account without an ATM card and for the employer to keep the savings book in a safe place to prevent maids from running away,” he said, adding that the account would give the maids some privilege to withdraw their money anytime but with the employer’s approval.
“Employers need not engage third parties, including lawyers, to draft the contract,” he said, adding that sample contract of employment forms were available.
Ismail said the forms plus additional information on the new ruling could be obtained at the Labour Department here and at all the 38 district-level departments in the peninsula.
courtesy from The Star 23/7/06
Malaysia....when you are a nobody, every one doesnt know you. When you are poor, you can't get recognition. But you have a chance to fight for your respect and position..
Malaysia....where are the real singers gone?
Sunday, July 23, 2006
Malaysia...always many shows to see
Saturday, July 22, 2006
It has become more aggressive on the political beliefs that a race should conquer other races...I am afraid this will cause the downfall for any party or its leaders thinking on racial lines. Every cake must be distributed fairly on merits. Right now we dont see it. Dr M controlled and implemented it then. Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, the current PM, continues the same direction with a soft approach. But he misses his point in his Islam Hadhari. Islam is Islam say what variation you wanted. It is still on the Holy Quran and the prominent views of followers/scholars. Now the laws passed in Dr M administration come to haunt him. He can't reach the rakyat because of OSA...and the media blackout on him by PM cronies. Even Star doesnt publish his comments alot. Only pick and choose what to publish. Dr M realizes that his laws has become disadvantage to him as an ordinary citizen. "What's go up must come down"
AAB hasnt done what he sat out to do. He doesnt have the people to push for him on projects because the 'yes men' only think he is warming up the seat for Najib. AAB took too long to comment on his son-in-law Khairy. He couldnt mend the damages done. The perception in KL and Dr M hold true. Khairy is one of those people running behind the government. They have something to gain here which they wanted it. Same way with Dr M cronies but Dr M controlled these people. In the end Dr M could implement projects for the people but when the rakyat looked around we have to pay more for most of our living expenses...toll charges, water bills, wastage funding on projects, lack of freedom of speech....Likewise with AAB no grand mega projects yet but we have to pay on petrol hike, toll charges, electricity hike, water bill hike...Now AAB rolled out part of his 9th Malaysia Plan projects. He announced it after he returned from Australia with his family 0f 880 projects worth $15 billion.
When he touched down in the airport, no UMNO leaders including his deputy were there to greet him. It was reported only MCA leaders with other UMNO grassroot supporters. People talked about the absent UMNO leaders....Something is brewing and he has to act fast now. I think Khairy will bring his downfall. He has to make his own damage control. He may issue it too late "Khairy is not my advisor" What both have in common beside Khairy marrying his daughter? Politics. Khairy is the deputy president of UMNO Youth. The future leaders for the country......
Malaysia many things can happen...macam macam bolih jadi
Friday, July 21, 2006
Thursday, July 20, 2006
Malaysia.....so many races but not one race called Malaysian...pity really!!!
Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Malaysia...good in planning bad in execution
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
When problems come to your door, you make it known to close friends and relatives. Write it down and stare at it. You dont have to do anything yet. Just digest it in your mind. Play it or act it in your mind. See what reactions you have or what you can do. This exercise will help you stay focus for any eventuality. When it really happens, you know where to look. You have been there in your mind. So you aren't alone. You know your way. Of course if you want to cry, let it out. It is no use hiding in a gloomy mind. Let the tears flow man or woman. It makes good feeling. So dont try to hide your emotions; let it out with tears or a scream. You will feel alright after awhile.
When your mind is clear then you can focus your problem(s) at hand. You will find an answer or solution which will ease your mind. Nothing is impossible. Everything can be broken down to pieces and pick one that needs attention immediately and go for it. In this way, you get it done faster and you will find progress in your life.
Malaysia.....past decisions will come to haunt the administration
The HIV on the rise. Don't the young adults know the consequences of their actions? Every effort has been made to educate the public.Yet the HIV scorn keeps up the rating. The wives or girlfriends are mostly the victims on the their men indiscretions. This is a slow death which nobody wants to get into it. Medicines to cure is virtually nil but there are signs of finding a cure for HIV patients. This is still far off the target. Currently in Malaysia there about 9,000 addictions every day. The latest report came that the tertiary students got it too. Mostly on one night stand business without using the safety precaution(condom) I thought when one is highly educated the consequences will be understood and practised safe sex. Now I know it never holds true at all. When sex rules the mind, nothing will help. It is full steam ahead my man!
So sex education in schools is important. It is better the government plans now then waiting for the disease goes out of control. Passsing laws without education has no purpose at all. When is contracted to HIV, it is for life. Laws serve nothing at all in situation of life and death of one's own choosing. Now God never brings it along in His creation. We bring it upon ourselves by killing all the natural environment. The protection is gone and now we harvest our own follies by destroying the natural blanket designed to protect us..
Monday, July 17, 2006
So now the school children too have handphones. Just listen to them or see what they do...Man they are good at sending SMSes to all their friends.....
Handphone I keep my old one for now...
We have so many complexes built during the Sukma games in each state and see what happen to these buildings? Commonwealth Games complexes? Most I think are left unused or left to rot. Why do the government hide behind the OSA? It is tax payer's money and the rakyat has a right to know where the money goes to. They are there for the people through election but they forget when they are at the top. These elected MPs and Cabinet ministers forget about their responsibilities and they treat the voters/rakyat as no consequences....only when election times come the rakyat are important to them otherwise the rakyat like you and me have no say at all...
The PM could say it in words (first class facilities 3rd world mentality) but he doesnt do anything really concrete to change the rules of managing....He just knows how to say but doesnt know how to act on it. The way I see it every cabinet minister acts on his own, the government officials drag their own feets, take time to reply or never walk the talk in areas of their responsibilities, the chief ministers busy digging into their positions of power forgetting the state they lead - say one thing does another thing....like PJ signages....the CEO of the state doesnt know about it....just to show how the coordination works from the chief minister down to the ground zero...Every official does what he wants without coordination between other departments. Oh...yes building hospitals to serve the rakyat....Millions spend to build and acquire first class equipments...Know something else? Nobody really knows how to operate these sophisticated machines. They are left idle in the store rooms.....and they always say not enough manpower to cater for the people. It is always the same excuse ringing every year in and out. I wonder when they will stop and do something really concrete to serve -multi-tasking. Maybe they havent heard of the word Perhaps it is new word....
Vote for me! Smile here and there! I promise you this and that! Just vote for me!!!!
It is coming! The election will be arriving to every town and district.....Just vote for me!
Malaysia.....night dreams all the times
Sunday, July 16, 2006
Malaysia....education is making good for everybody
Thursday, July 13, 2006
Lately the newspapers reported on the traffic summonses of the PM and his Cabinet Ministers. Some dated over 7 years ago! I say walk the talk PM and his Cabinet. On one hand advicing the people to drive carefully and on the other hand they become the speed kings on the road! People want to know why they are not arrested for failing to settle their traffic summonses. Because they are the PM, Deputy PM and Cabinet Ministers. Nobody is above the country's laws and these people shouldnt grant any exception. Walk the talk IGP! Of course I check for my traffic offences but I dont get any. This year I never check again. Perhaps I should go to check. In case somebody uses my name to commit. I never know. Bank loans have been granted to people who are not genuine as claim in their ID cards. Pay extra precaution.....next time I better hop in to the balai and see what is in store for me...Here is the article I picked up on traffic summons committed by the Cabinet members.
VIP traffic summonses: Why no arrest warrants?Sulaiman RejabJul 13, 06 4:02pm
I refer to your exclusive report 18 more ministers among 'elite' speedsters. If one says that selected prosecution does not take place in Malaysia, please laugh. Ministers are getting away with unpaid traffic summonses while the ordinary man is being dragged to the lock-up in the wee hours of the morning. Inspector-General of Police Mohd Bakri Omar must explain the police's failure to arrest the prime minister, the deputy prime minister and other cabinet ministers for not paying their traffic summonses, some dating back to late 1990s. Why the double standard? When the ordinary man, who surely earns much less than these ministers, fails to pay his or her summonses, the police take great pains to go to court and obtain warrants of arrest. If the IGP cannot give a satisfactory answer as to why there are no warrants of arrest against these ministers, who in their hypocritical political speeches and Hari Raya messages advice motorists to drive slowly and carefully, then he should obviously resign for failing in his duties. No doubt that in most cases, it is the ministers' drivers who commit the traffic offence, but while ferrying whom? The deputy prime minister has collected summonses dating back to 1999 and owes the government about RM8,000. And guess what? No warrant of arrest. Works Minister S Samy Vellu, with 143 unpaid summonses, still owes the government RM17,460. He is followed by Foreign Affairs Minister Syed Hamid Albar, who has racked up 121 unpaid summonses totaling RM15,200 over the past seven years. Close on his heels is Human Resources Minister Dr Fong Chan Onn, with a debt of RM15,230 from 115 summonses issued from May 21, 2001 up to April this year.
Entrepreneur and Co-operative Development Minister Mohamed Khaled Nordin is said to owe RM12,190 from 93 summonses over a period of seven years. Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi had 11 summons, Women, Family and Community Development Minister Sharizat Abdul Jalil had 23 and International Trade and Industry Minister Rafidah Aziz had 10. Youth and Sports Minister Azalina Othman had 28 recorded against her name.
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Yet through the ages evolution of demands changes. Career women have no time for sexual needs or desires. All the energy gear towards work related issues leaving the husbands or boyfriends living in dreams until they take their own actions....forceful sexual intercourse. Now this is a brake for the guys to think before running like crazy dogs in heat.....What about women raping the guys? So far it is always for the women rights and previleges....so no law for the guys?
Here is the reported quoted in the Star in Parliament:-
Thursday July 13, 2006
Redefining the term rape
A BILL to amend the Penal Code to make it an offence for a husband to hurt his wife or put her in fear of death or injury with a view of having sex was tabled in the Dewan Rakyat yesterday.
Although it stopped short of using the term “marital rape,” the new offence under section 375A was to enable a husband to be jailed a maximum of five years upon conviction.
“We are mindful that the term “marital rape” is against the Syariah law and laws of other religions,” said Home Minister Datuk Seri Radzi Sheikh Ahmad when tabling Penal Code (Amendment) 2004 and Criminal Procedure Code (Amendment) Bill 2004.
Another amendment seeks to change the definition of rape by defining it via six descriptions, namely:
A man has sex with a woman by force,
A man has sex with a woman without consent,
A man has sex with a woman with consent but the consent was obtained by placing her in fear of death or injury or through misconception,
A man has sex with a woman with consent whereby the consent was only given because she believed she was legally married to him but the man knew that he was not married to her,
A man has sex with a woman with consent but she did not understand its nature and consequences, or
A man has sex with a woman with or without consent when she is under 16 years old.
The Bill also seeks to introduce the offence of aggravated rape – rape which causes injury to the victim or others, rape of a pregnant woman or rape of a woman when the consent is given by using his position of authority – where the offence would be a maximum of 30 years and whipping.
Where rape leads to the death of the victim, the offender could be jailed up to 30 years and be given up to 10 strokes of the rotan.
“This is in consideration of the possibility of the accused not having the intention to cause the death of the raped victim,” Radzi said.
Malaysia moving to plug the holes of the crazy dogs
Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Malaysia......the yes mentality for no argument progress will be good
Saturday, July 08, 2006
Malaysia...macam2 nak jadi.....saya masuk bilik internet sajalah!
Thursday, July 06, 2006
Malaysia....the leaders seem indifference to their own shortfalls.
Monday, July 03, 2006
Malaysia....a long way to find compassion in people
Sunday, July 02, 2006
This time we shouldnt be so stupid to sell cheap. It should beyond the economic benefits. Now the bridge project was awarded then 3 months later cancelled, it showed how the Abdullah Ahmad Badawi administration runs. It has no focus. Concentrate on agriculture? First ask the graduates..yet we are willing to spend millions to retrain these graduates. Aren't we are stupid here wasting money again? If the government knows that the universitites are ditching out useless papers, why allow it to go on? Because of race! The policy should think of Malaysians not on race! This is the worst social injustice bestowed on the people. Like Hishamuddin welding the KERIS to tell the other races to beware (?) He has become insensitive of other races feeling. Now the bridge should allow to continue. What has Singapore got to lose? Plenty!!! Tourism and port facilities. Economic boom for Johore and the country. It is in this sense that Singapore is building casinoes and theme parks to retain her collection of revenues. It is billions dollars businesses. Here we have our PM cancelled the scenic project. I can visualize it. First every cabinet minister agreed the project is viable and awarded the contract. Then a few months later, they decided it is not good to go on so cancelled the contract. The silly question -Do they know they have to pay millions in compensation? Maybe they dont feel it. After all it is tax payer's money man! Then excuses branded around - it is better to save billions now then paying a paltry sum of millions which was reported something like $100 millions! PM kept quiet allowing his ministers to do the walk..Syed Albar talked on political correctness but not on economic sense. Now Singapore is smiling. They dont worry about the port and tourism facilities. They look at Malaysia read Malays stupid! When are we going to learn? The British bullied us. Japanese slaughtered us. The Communist made holes in our souls. Dont we learn at all? Now we are bullied by Singapore a small city state of over 4 million people. And our PM cakap saja tak tahu nak bikin. Dia harus cerita yang sebenarnya..Dr M memang gila betul! Beliau tidak mahu maruah negara dijatuhkan..sebab itulah Dr M buat bising2 So now I see all the 'yes men/women' defending the PM. I am sure some of these cabinet ministers and chief ministers disagreed with PM silence or the way he handled things in the country. NO....saying yes we get our benefits and positions!
Malaysia......agriculture wont take you to the global economy. You can't survive on it alone. It has to combine with developments - tourism, health care tourism, financial hub....Now it seems silence on the roads
Saturday, July 01, 2006
Malaysia......too many house break-ins