Sunday, December 31, 2006

end of 2006

Nak habis tahun 2006.....apa cerita orang? Ini adalah hari terakhir tahun 2006..sememangnya saya tidak buat apa2pun. Masa pergi begitu saja. Let the time flow. I dont have to think until I grow up with worries. I have left those behind me for a long time. I am now enjoy my own bliss with no worry to cripple it along my way. What I am going to do for next year? Saya tak cadang apapun. Biarlah masa menuntunya. Perhaps I will continue to do the same thing.

In the internet world surf until I lose count of time hehehe
Get into sexual activities why waste the opportunity right?
Write poems on any topic that crosses my mind

For those of you who visit my blog....get a blast tonight I will fly into the world of my own

Saturday, December 30, 2006


Snoring is a sleeping condition that disturbs the sound asleep of others. Many people snore one way or another in their lives. It doesn't make it a good night sleep. At one time I thought only fat people snore because of the blockage to the nose or perhaps the breathing condition is blocked. Now I find it isnt fat or thin people. It affects people who may have medical problem. Science is still finding out the problem. People snore owing to the vigorous exercise too. I know for a fact it happens to me. Of course it doesnt happen all the times. It happens occasionally when I do heavy exercise. Though I always check my body weight but it still happens. Anyway I am a light sleeper....I find this article in the Yahoo website on snoring interesting read :-

No, I'm not talking about the thoughts that have raced through your bed partner's mind! I'm talking about obstructive sleep apnea.
Approximately five out of every 100 snorers have sleep apnea (that's 2-4 percent of the adult population in America). For most people, snoring is just an annoyance, but for sufferers of sleep apnea, snoring can be a significant alarm system.
People with sleep apnea have short periods during sleep where they stop breathing. These periods last anywhere from 10 seconds to 40 seconds and can occur as many as 400 times per night. If you do the math, this means that the average person with sleep apnea spends more than three hours a night not breathing normally or not breathing at all. That can't be healthy.
It's not.
Symptoms of sleep apnea include:
Loud snoring
Choking sounds during sleep
Falling asleep during the day
Trouble with memory and attention
Decreased libido
Impotency in men and menstrual irregularities in women
Dry mouth in the morning
Morning headaches
Do you recognize these symptoms in yourself or your loved one? Persons with sleep apnea have a higher death rate than the average person, are five times more likely to be in a fatigue-related car accident, are 10 times more likely to have a stroke, and have high rates of hypertension and cardiac arrhythmias.
Snoring is one of those things that we don't tend to pay a lot of attention to. In fact, many people don't even bring it up when they talk to their doctor. An overnight sleep study is necessary to document sleep apnea, but, trust me - everyone will rest easier if the condition is treated properly.
Perhaps this is one item you should add to your new year's resolution list. Do any of you know anyone with sleep apnea? Or do you suffer from it yourself? If so, share your experiences.

Posted by S Brent Ridge MD

rendezvous in a taxi

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What has happened to the college students? Having sex or sex romp in a taxi. This was highlighted in the Star newspaper. The uni students paid $100/- for the taxi driver to cruise them around while they were having sex. Mana nak letak muka ni? Tak malu ke? Sampai macam anjing direka...The taxi driver must have blood pumping into his veins though he has to concentrate on his driving. The uni students can check into a a cheap hotel in the city. It costs maybe less than $20 or the most check into a modest hotel which I think the rate is $60/- per day. Aren't they forget about using their minds? Or I had read the message wrong....perhaps they dare each other as human beings we dont remember much the next day...I mean the spectators...only the actors and actresses will remember...Flood in Johore water flow in the taxi..

Malaysia slow coach on internet services....losing uncount time to blog!

Thursday, December 28, 2006

wide world wait

The WWW is in emergency ward. The doctors are attending to it. Along the corridor they whisper what to do with it. It is now on life supporting gadget pumping it up to stay alive. The world will go on living as usual. Some will get angry; others will curse out loud and they are others who just dont know what to do....Back to the old fashioned way I suppose. Pen and paper to write..I had this problem many days ago. Sure I grumbled at TM Net. But when it is a monopolistic company one cant do anything about it. Unless the government opens it up for other players to come in then we can have good value on our subscriptions. Then my keypad got angry with me - it went on strike. So I closed my notebook and kept in the bag. When I returned back after a few days in Kota Kemuning I got my notebook out and what did I find? It is recovered for now. I find so far nothing is wrong with it. Yet the line is still very slow...

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

my experience in floods

I had my fair share of floods. During my early kampung days I had seen flooding in my village. It came suddenly in the early morning. The water raised up to 3 feet in less than 5 minutes. At that time I thought it couldnt happen but it did. The house was flooded but we didnt have many things of value so I swam out to take care of the logs. Many kampung friends came out to keep things or help others in need of extra hands. The only fear we had then was the water snake. It used to happen during flooding times. By afternoon the water subsided and we managed to wash and keep our things in order. The other was along the Temerloh trunk road on my way to Kuantan. The water level raised up which I didnt know then. I listened to the weather forecast which was sunny and I didnt know it was flooding in the town. My car managed to drive through but it was stalled in the middle of it luckily for me I managed to restart the car and drove to higher ground. The last one was quite scary. I was going to Bahau. The police man asked me to drive through the oncoming water and my car swerved to the left inching nearer to the stream. I got my hair stood on end because of the pullin effect of the water. Again I managed to cross it safely. I blew a sign of release....Nowadays I am on dry land....selamat selalu...

Friday, December 22, 2006

flood here flood there and my pockets losing...

Flood here flood there and flood everywhere........even my pockets too get flooded with extra costs to pay to the government for its one sided contracts. Toll charges, electricity hikes, gas increases, water up the rate and cost of goods too. Yet a minister says the cost of goods shouldnt increase when toll charges hike. Does he know simple economic? When you increase one level it automatically increases another. Business shall not absorb the cost increases. It is profit driven not social contracts. So the people will pay. We elect this present government to look after the voters but we have been taken for a ride too long. Change the government since it doesnt take care of the voters. Every time the government increases rates supporting the business community, the people have to pay for its inefficiency. Long ago the government wanted to stabilise the DVD/CD prices but owing to the hue and cry of the business community, the government put a new minister to handle and that was the end of the story. The business community won and we have to pay higher cost to purchase DVD/CD. I go buy pirated versions to show my annoyance that the business community tries to make more money out of the people. It is no joke that it costs $45 for a CD on piracy I get it for less than $7. The business community in this case the music company can sell it between $16-18 and still makes money but no the company wants to make 2 or 3 times profit. So I have seen. The officers raid the piracy and music industry hikes up the price. I boycott it. Because long time ago I bought originals but its quality sulks then. So now I dont buy.....Cuepacs want to increase salary for its members. The government shouldnt give it to them. I dont think Cuepacs can claim it has done improvement in its delivery system. I wrote a letter to Majlis Bandaran about a road with two names and personally handed the letter; yet till today after more than a year I dont receive any reply or response at all. This one fine example that the delivery system should be working 100% all the times. Read the reports about complaints in the newspapers Cuepacs and from there make your own judgements. Every time the government adjusts salary, the people have to pay. It is better to be on productivity driven concept. Those who are really helping the people and proven they are the ones making the difference should be awarded not simply across the board. Do not claim that for more workers...I had seen before in the government departments. Go take a look and see what these officers are doing and then tell the government. Dont sit in the air cond offices go and walk about and multi tasks the jobs which can be done easily in the government departments. My rumblings have no bearing yet I hope somewhere some place people will go for the change. It is high time we change. It is unfair to hide behind OSA for the government contracts. Time it should be transparent and let the people decide.

Thursday, December 21, 2006

see who's talking?

Deputy Umno Youth Chief should advice himself and his party members not to string out the racial issues. The recent UMNO General Assembly had a go at the non-Malays. I dont know what the police will do. I read reports had been lodged and UMNO supreme council had severely warned these fire-brands. They should be sacked from the party. In a way the party allowed it to happen. Now the party wants damage control......After 49 years the leaders never learn. So I produce this article courted from Malaysiakini:-

Deputy Umno Youth head Khairy Jamaluddin, when declaring open the People’s Progressive Party’s Youth wing convention recently, warned that there are limits to freedom. He said while there was the open atmosphere where government policies and leaders could be criticised by the media and where issues could be discussed, there were limits that needed to be adhered to. According to him, racial sensitivities still exist and that we should respect these boundaries. The government, he said, could revert to a more controlled atmosphere if certain people chose to abuse this freedom. He hoped that the few people who were bent on testing the limits would not be too extreme as this would prompt restriction. Khairy warned that: ‘Umno Youth will come down hard on those who breach the limits and ignore the boundaries of law and racial sensitivities’. The question is why warn others when much of the needless saber-rattling and blood-curdling talk comes first from Umno? In fact, for the first time Malaysians witnessed the worst manifestation of negative, divisive and destructive polemics when speakers at the Umno general assembly ignored the boundaries of law and sensitivities. Remember the Malacca delegate Hasnoor Sidang Hussein who bluntly stated that: ‘Umno is willing to risk lives and bathe in blood in defence of race and religion’. Remember the Terengganu delegate Razali Idris who reminded that: ‘Malay rights cannot be challenged, or else the Malays will run amok and May 13 will recur’. Remember Umno Youth exco member Azimi Daim who said: ‘When tension rises, the blood of the Malay warriors will run in our veins’.
Remember the Umno delegate from Perlis who directed his question at youth chief Hishammuddin Hussein Onn: ‘Datuk Hisham has unsheathed his keris, waved his keris, kissed his keris. We want to ask Dato Hisham when is he going to use it’. Prior to these Malaysians have witnessed how Umno Youth members violently disrupted the
Apcet II conference and we have not forgotten that one Umno Youth exco member, during the Suqiu controversy, threatened to burn down the Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall.
We were equally alarmed when recently, a group of
Umno members barged into the MCA Kelana Jaya member of parliament’s office and demanded a retraction and apology for his speech in Parliament simply because he had raised concerns of the lack of non-Muslim places of worship.
Even the concept of Bangsa Malaysia held dearly by Malaysians has suddenly become unacceptable and untenable to Johor Menteri Besar Ghani Othman who fears that the concept could pose a threat to national stability. Instead of using the concept of Bangsa Malaysia to strengthen racial unity, particularly when Malaysia is just one year away from celebrating 50 years of nationhood, there are politicians who endure to ensure divisiveness. Thus it must have come at no surprise when New Sunday Times (of all newspapers!) recently reported that since November this year, more Malaysians than ever are selling their properties and cars
seeking to migrate.
According to a migration agent, they used to get on an average 15 to 20 enquiries a day. However between Nov 14 and Nov 19 alone there were 6,500 enquiries for Australia, 5,500 enquiries for New Zealand, 4,000 enquiries for Canada and 3,500 enquiries for other countries including Norway and Switzerland. And who exactly are migrating? According to another migration agent, the callers were of all races - Malays, Chinese and Indians. The newspaper also reported that real estate agents also revealed that an increasing number of people mainly from middle-income groups and above and owned properties worth RM250,000 and more. They wanted to sell their houses and the reason given by most of them is that they are migrating and needed to dispose of their houses. Like real estate agents, used car dealers are also getting enquiries from would be emigrants. A used car dealer is quoted as saying there was an increased number of sellers in the market recently. Irresponsible acts, divisive, provocative and seditious polemics from politicians hoping to score sectarian points has - without any doubt - done grave damage to the Malaysian psyche and to nation-building particularly. There is indeed quiet soul-searching going on. Importantly, Malaysians are most concerned about their future and more importantly, about the destiny of Malaysia. Many are fearful that recent events may well be the manifestation of a future Malaysia. Perhaps it is the apprehension and the wariness of the future which is forcing many to consider migrating. More worrying is the fact that even Malays are considering to emigrate. That to me does not bode well for Malaysia and Mala

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

here comes the brides 2

The menu chart was out of date. Now one gets to see the real models on display. The Chinese guys will go shopping. Young, vibrant and energetic brides and not forgetting pretty/beautiful and good in bed. These foreign women do not mind the ages of these guys. So these men should have a good time. Viagra to blame? Ahem! Anyone looking at me? Even the lonely old men who have the money will go for second helping..I think the China men got burned with the China Dolls. Now they have Vietnamese women to choose. Go select pay the price. They got brides on the spot. Like the olden days....let love blossom after this....But we are in the 21st century.......The price tag something like $15-20k. I think it is a good buy!!!!!!Pssttt...will you do it? I want to get it for free.....hehehe The Malays will go for the Indonesian women or the Pakistani women. So our local women have competition then or perhaps they too will find white men/black men leaving the local guys behind...What happen to our sense of direction? Too much work with too much money making minds? Book now pay later scheme? It is a degrading social structure.It shouldnt have happened here.

JB flooded

Johor flooded
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JB flooded. Any new in the country? Nay! The city planners should walk over to Singapore and learn something there. Why Singapore never gets flooded? The town planners used to travel overseas on work study trips but in the end they never learn. Or they fail to put in place what they had seen and what needed to be done. JB as reported too has many potholes. The JKR engineers should walk the streets or cruise the streets to make sure the roads are potholes free or the drainage properly maintained. These engineers should be given say 5km to walk about every week. Find any problem it should be rectified within 24 hours. Look at KL -when there is heavy down pour it is flooded. Yet our government never learn at all. Every time developments come to the states, there is flooding in the low lying areas and at times in the towns/cities too. Profits shouldnt be the motive for upgrading living standards. Job creations shouldnt be at the expense of another social problem.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

perempuan lama tukar perempuan baru

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The headline here comes the brides. Now guys here are going for the brides in Vietnam, Thailand, Burma and or China. It makes me wonder why. Because these young brides want to get out of their own country or seeking new life elsewhere. China Dolls have been here for a long time. Many older men had fallen preys to these China Dolls. These women have one motive in mind - get your money or properties then disappear!!! My view scored from the sad stories published in the newspapers. Practically I see the older guys go crazy over these young brides. Have our women any difference at all? Perhaps our women are more aggressive and career minded and dont want to settle down so soon. Maybe after 35 years old...The guys will think they are too old for marriage. The question : Career or marriage? Now the guys go for foreign brides - young, vibrant, energetic, pretty, dont ask so many questions, etc..One of my neighbours landlord got swindled by a young bride. He is in his 50s. The young wife took all his money and disappear to her homeland. She never wants to come back. There will be many soap stories to tell......

Monday, December 18, 2006

khalwat raids

I agree with the Perlis Mufti's views on the overzealous religious officers raids on Muslim committing close proximity. If we take the view of the ancient texts, if you never commit a sin then you take the first stone throw. But if you have sins, you shouldnt do it. There are many issues for the religious officers to tackle. Policing religion isnt the way to seek enlightenment. It is the way of the corrosive mind. You harvest what you plant. In between of the religious texts every follower wants to claim the best. In the beginning there is already a conflict amongst the people. When Muhammed died, Islam is split into 2 groups. Sad isnt it? When Jesus died, the religion too is split. Very familiar isnt it? The famous quotes :-

There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah
I am the Son of God. Whoever believe in Me will have eternal life

Currently both religions have over billion followers. But the followers dont agree on each other texts. The prophets were from the same family tree sent by the same God/Allah. So arent we have sinned through the ages of time?

But the religious office won't agree with the Perlis Mufti's view. Maybe next time he will be asked to attend for counselling for saying something different from the general consumption. Whoever sins...........he/she shall ask for forgiveness. Punishment is not by the mere mortals; punishment is in the hands of the Lord. The religious officers should go and spread the religion, explaining about the beautiful religion, the dos and donts and what needs to be done in case one falls on the way. Hell we will go through...dust to dust we all shall return....until such times when the Lord calls. Peace be to the Lord and all of us for our trepassing and sins

Saturday, December 16, 2006

live a simple life

Women die of heart problems. There was a survey done. So I believe it is the modern living and the pursuit of material wants that are besetting the women. Now the survey says it isnt breast cancer that tops the list. It is the heart problems which formed the highest number of fatal illness in women. True every one wants to be rich and live a happy contented life. But I always advocate simple living with the amount that one can spend. It is no use comparing with the neighbours or friends. Psst............jealousy is the fall of life. Besides, stress too plays a part in the fall of one who pursuits money as the ultimate goal in life. Pity. Life has many positive values to share. Maybe now the women should think it over. Seriously.

Malaysia....we are blessed all the times

Friday, December 15, 2006

toll hikes 2


It won't be a cozy Chinese New Year. The cost of goods will go up. The toll hikes will be from 10-60%. And our government tells us half baked story. The government thinks we are the small children or old people turning senile who dont know how to think. Samyvellu should disclose how the agreements are signed. How can it be at the expense of the taxpayers? Running business is a risk. Every one knows that but for the government to help these companies in the contracts are like daylight robbery against the people. We are talking about our own country. Why must we compare with other countries? It isnt the rationale to do it. Why not follow whole the thing? Why just to satisfy one own justification? The people should decide. Enough is enough!

toll hikes

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By next year 2007 the toll hikes will push for the New Year Every motorist will show anger silently with the government lopsided agreements. Why must the government allow this to happen? These Cabinet ministers should resign long ago. The Works Minister says it is the cheapest in the world. I dont know what he is talking about. He should check the the per capita income of the world before he opens his mouth to claim that. Our per capita income is something like US5,500/- We can't even catch up with our neighbour Singapore. He doesnt have to hookwind the people. The voters should send these Cabinet ministers out in the next election. We have to subsidize the companies so that these companies will show a healthy profit. As I used to comment the privatization scheme isnt working. UK did it but she failed. Why the government failed to grasp it? I think the government should buy back the contracts. Afterall the taxpayers are going to feed these companies. We may as well buy it now. Eventually we dont have to pay toll. It is better to bite the bullet now and forever we are free from the stupidity of the government agreements. I dont see this happening because it is linked. Unless if we change government in the next election.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

we are pendatang?

It is sad to hear the Malays called the other races like the Chinese and Indian as 'pendatang'. I view it as an insult to these people whose forefathers/mothers came here to help the country grow and prosper in peace and harmony. In history as recorded the Malays are also 'pendatang'. The Malays should have asked the same question of themselves before they called others 'pendatang' The orang Asli is the rightful owner of this country but......who was here before the orang Asli? Before the Malacca Sultanate it was populated by rulers of the Hindus origin. Then Parameswara founded Malacca and claimed the Sultanate Empire and later on he converted to Islam became Sultan Iskandar Shah and henceforth all his subjects too followed. It was from there that the Malays progressed. I just wish every one here should call each other Malaysian. If the disunity prevails just because of race base view, then I am afraid we will be colonised in time through world economy.

Monday, December 11, 2006

civil servants demands

The umbrella union for the civil servants Cuepacs wanted an increase of 40% in wages adjustment most probably by next year for over 1 million members. The Union is asking too much from the government. In the end it is the tax payers' dilemma to pay them. Citing that job improvements in their delivery systems, cost of fuel going up and toll charges, utilities rates, achieving ISO standards etc as the reasons for the demands is wrong. Any wage increase must be considered at all levels. The tax payers have to foot the bill in taxes. The government must find ways to pay the civil servants. During my negotiation with the Union in the company I didnt allow them to demand a hike of 10% or more. I had to tell them to work on a reasonable package that the company could deliver. Do they want the company to die? This was the message I told these Union officials. Because whatever quantum agreed I had to find ways to pay the employees wages every month. It was a headache which stressed me out every time. I couldnt delay payment which would become a slow death blow to the company and my own credibility. I had managed to pull it through. Likewise Cuepacs should understand. Maybe the government should privatise the civil servants jobs. In this way it frees them of the dilemma and let these civil servants find ways to pay themselves through a set of laws and guidelines to bill the public or let which company handles it under prescribed laws and regulations to bill according to the rates agreed by the people. The government likes to privatise services or create companies through shares to unlock the burden of the government. They shouldnt privatise the uniform police, navy, army, hospital, courts and religious dept...

Thursday, December 07, 2006

anwar should take his chances forget about PAS

Anwar shouldnt follow the shadow of Pas. The Islamic party is acting towards ala Taliban which is not suitable in the country of many races and religions. PKR must learn from the ground. The voters don't like Pas. He should be aware of the sentiments. He should make himself clearly to the people that he is the best alternative candidate to run the country. Before that he must make sure he shouldn't jump on the wagon with Pas. During the last election, Keadilan was totally wiped out because of its association with Pas. The Islamic party will spell doom for PKR because majority of the votes -Malays and Non-Malays- will not vote for them. So they will again vote for BN. Anwar should recognize the feelings on the ground. To get the votes, he should abolish toll collections because the BN gives the deal to its own cronies. The agreements have become a daylight robbery on the tax payers. They want business and they can increase toll as they like on the agreement. Why lopsided agreement PM? The Cabinet here should be totally voted out. Anwar should seize this opportunity. He was the former DPM so he should be aware of what was going on. Place ACA under Parliament. The DG should present his reports to Parliament and let the MPs decide the course of action required on those charged under the Act. If he can't abolish toll collections, he should limit the companies agreement. It isnt fair to the tax payers on the contracts signed by the BN government. The government may as well establish a company to collect tolls without using the private companies. After all it is the tax payers'money that is financing the project and pay for it for another 35 years or more....So these companies will not lose out in money..Legalized prostitution for a proper control on spreading of diseases especially AIDS and other STDs amongst the people. Nobody or government can beat prostitution at all. Like the adage 'if you can't beat them, join them'

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

no sexy clothes

The Muslim dominated state of Kelantan has decreed that all women should not wear revealing dresses. This is presumably to help them not to get raped or orgled at by the men. Or as the Muslim guys say tempt them to do the unwanted on them. This is the shallow thinking where it has no merit at all. Look at the state itself it has more rape cases that other states (I read somewhere in the Parliament through the police statistics) To me it isnt the dress that the women got raped or orgled at. It is the sick mind of the men - they can be Muslim or non-Muslim. I think Kelantan is bearing towards the Taliban state which will spell trouble in the state economy. The state government can kiss goodbye to tourism and tourism related products and services. The kampong folks should wake up and know the lies being told by the religious authority in Kelantan. We have our brains so used it wisely and not followed blindly. When we meet our Maker we can't say "We are told not to do this and that" Allah will say "Do you use the brain I give it to you?" The Kelantanese should say their piece in the box. This edit has encroached the privacy of the people. They should make a change for themselves and kick out the government for ruling it without consultations with the people and the Federal Constitution. I wonder what UMNO Youth will say...they are very quiet. Mind you they talk big when they are in the minority ruling and telling the majority of Malays what to do what not to do. UMNO has over 2 million members of over say 15 million Malays in the country. Will there defend the women or will they just keep quiet? Mind you either way this is the Islamic perceptive....

Monday, December 04, 2006

tougher cyber laws?

The government wants to introduce tougher cyber laws to curb the "freedom of expression"of the bloggers. On one hand the PM says he allows press freedom and on the other hand a minister wants laws to curb the bloggers from expressing seditious contents in the net. Every body is matured enough to understand what is written on the net. It is exposed through the borderless community and sometimes the bloggers may not have any visitors or maybe one or two who drop by to read. It is the way that the government of the day is afraid of. The government is afraid of what it is doing. Everything the government is doing is hiding behind OSA which nobody can say about. I dont expect full democracy but I expect the freedom to express my views in my own blog. The government should start its own blog too. Give the information or tell the truth about what it is doing. The opposition parties are blogging all the way. Every one who reads it will not just act on it; no every one will weigh the contents and discuss about it. If the government wants to curb bloggers' freedom, I think personally AAB and his Cabinet and parties will lose votes eventually.

Sunday, December 03, 2006

my view of 2 cents

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UMNO let go their fiery members with a strong and caustic advice. To me these speakers should be sacked or suspended. They were inciting racial sentiments which arent good for leaders in this multi-racial multi-religious country. They shouldnt be allowed to run the country. These leaders aren't moulded in the spirit of the multi-racial country. They knew they were going live by Astro. Every one knew it too. So they had prepared for it of which they knew they won't get sack or suspended but merely advice from the UMNO Supreme Council through its president. By then the damages had been done. This was the reason they went ahead. Now the MB of Johore is harping on the similar issue but with a twist. He is still thinking Malays should rule the country and the other races are subservant to the Malays. Dato Onn Jaaffar wanted UMNO to be for all races. This was the reason he left UMNO. Why didnt he explain that? Dato Onn Jaaffar founded UMNO but he left the party because the members couldnt see his vision. Why keep harping about Onn Jaaffar when they dont agree with his vision? We shouldnt have race base party now. If the MB of Johore wants to see the vision of Dato Onn Jaaffar, he should say all BN parties grouped under one banner UMNO and anyone can be elected as the party president. This is the vision of Dato Onn. He wasnt fighting for his race; he was fighting for the country. Without a country Dato Onn knew there would be no Malays. So his vision was a party for all Malaysians. The Malays then didnt agree. So he left the party. Najib should take action on the MB where Najib had already explained his views. Yet we have the MB of Johore kept going about in a wrong way. Just remember Malaysia isnt for the Malays; it is for all races in the country.

Friday, December 01, 2006

admit the truth it will set you free

Why people never want to admit if they are wrong? Leaders should recognize that their private lives arent private any more when they offer themselves in public services. Once you have the confidence of the people, the people respect you to carry out your public duties with honesty and sincerity. When you are caught in social nightmares or whatever that is wrong, it is good to readily admit it. Because trying to patch damage control will make people ask for more. Why? How? When? The decisive action will control the malicious talk which would spread through the internet or smses or whatever forms available. When the bud is nipped on time, it can control the malicious lies. What I have seen are leaders who refused to accept it. They go to deny all the way which eventually will make them keep defending themselves but to what ends? If they win or they say it is right they never do, they should say it immediately. Going out to get people to confirm this and that will make others think too. Orgy perhaps? Daredevil excursion too? Like some politicians always say they are misquoted by the press eventually they are the ones who look so stupid....Admit the truth which will set anybody free