Sunday, March 30, 2008

Cheng Beng ( qingming )


This morning, I performed my annual visit to my parents' grave in Fairy Park, Klang. Both my parents passed away in 1994. It seemed like only in yesterday I was hit with extreme emotional challenge over the death of both my parents within a short span of one month. Time flies, it has been 14 years. Well, if there is indeed life after death, I do sincerely hope both of them are now living happily ever after in the beautiful gardens of God.

I remembered, during those days in 1994, Fairy Park was a relatively new private managed memorial burial grounds. During those days, if I remembered it correctly, a plot of “double holes” land with construction of tombstone costs approximately RM 28,000. To live is difficult, but to die is an expensive affair ! There were many vacant burial plots available back then. But now, almost all the plots are occupied. The park now also house a crematorium, a section catering to the Christians, and is also well landscaped and maintained.

To my parents, May both of you rest in peace..... Namo Amithaba Buddha

Friday, March 28, 2008

Some mothers do have them

A robber attempted to rob a shop in Chicago, but was told by the employee there that the manager who has key to the safe is not in. The robber, 18-years-old Ruben Zarate, left his cell phone number and asked the employee to call him back when the manager is in. The employee called the police. Plain clothes policemen were stationed in the shop to lay an ambush. They called the would be robber using the given number. Guess what, the dumb head actually turned up waving his gun again trying to rob the shop, but he was shot by the policemen and caught. READ FURTHER HERE.

This funny character does remind me of some of our corrupted politicians here. Well, do I need to say more ? Every minute, a fool is born into this world. And God created human being ? That mighty fella must have a good sense of humour.......

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

A praying Dog.....

( Source : nydailynews )

Buddhist priest Joei Yoshikuni, and his Chihuahua named Conan in daily prayers at Naha's Shuri Kannondo temple in Okinawa. The dog usually does his daily prayer before his morning and after his evening meals. The priest is now trying to teach Conan how to meditate.

Bow wows, a Buddhist dog ? It goes to show that Buddhism is truly a universal religion for all living things on earth. Hahaha.... Perhaps, to make it more Zen like, the priest should have shaved the dog's head, and custom made a monk's robe for the dog.

Namo... Namo.... Namo Amithaba Chihuahua.... Woof, woof, woof.....

The Times They Are A Changing ?

In the year of the rat, the longest night was casted on March 8 2008. The opposition parties ( aka Barisan Rakyat ) never has it so good. They managed to ride on the changing of the 12 years cycle of the Chinese Zodiac, the first zodiac sign of rat gave them a windfall to wrest control of 5 states from the Barisan Nasional government. At the Federal level, For the first time in 50 years, the BN government came close to defeat, but was saved by the solid support from Sabahan and Sarawakian. But a win is still a win. After all, the general elections results are a manifestation of all Malaysians' decisions of wanting the present federal government to remain in power but with stronger opposition presence to do the “check and balance”.

It's been almost a month now, but the after shocks of the General Elections still ripples through the many corridors of power. The federal government has been formed. The Barisan Rakyat have resolved their differences and successful formed the state government in Kedah, Penang, Selangor, Perak, and Kelantan. But the Barisan Rakyat is basically an informal alliances of PKR, PAS, and DAP, as long as the alliance is not formalized, the possibilities of dissolution is political eventuality waiting to be unfold. On the BN side, things are not that rosy either, Perlis has just resolved their differences of who should be the Chief Minister, but the state of Trengganu are misfortune to be tangled with the possibility of constitutional crisis. At the Federal level, the Prime Minister is being bombarded with calls for his resignation, not from the opposition parties, but from within his party ! The ship is not even sinking, but mutiny already begins to brew. Remember ? The Prime Minister did once warned “Saya Pantang Di Cabar !”. How about giving the Prime Minister a peaceful mind and a chance to captain the troubled ship out from the stormy waters, and to right all the wrongs of the past ?

On the streets Penang, I was told a small group of ill informed Indian Muslims demonstrated on the streets shouting protests and waving slogans, because they feared the newly formed state government may end unfair practices and abuses in the New Economic Policy ( NEP). Perhaps, to them NEP means unlimited priviledges for Never Ending Plunderings. The demonstration angered Penangites resulting in Penangites boycotted their once famous and favorite Indian Muslim's food, Nasi Kandar. It was reported by the MSM that, the boycott resulted in 10% to 15% drop in Nasi Kandar business. Well, what can I say ? When come into racial politics, insane people tend to have tendencies for creative insanities. I said, despite all over natural tendencies of racial preferences, let's give the Penang State Government a fair chance to rule and bring prosperity to Penang. We had been shouting Malaysia Bolih for far too long, let's give words of encouragements and support to the new state government by shouting Penang Bolih !

The political climates in Malaysia has changed significantly. Gone are the days where racial pariahs can shout racial rhetorics to gain supports. Malaysians are now more educated and universal in appreciating the posture of a united nationality of being Malaysians. For those politicians still harping on the misguided hope of the bygone era of racial politics to seek political powers and relevancies. The words of advise here is, the world has changed. Politics is about fairness, equality, human rights, sustainable development, and advancement of human values.

Perhaps, this old song of Bob Dylan rings a bell to all of us ?

The Times They Are A-Changing
Bob Dylan

Come gather 'round people
Wherever you roam
And admit that the waters
Around you have grown
And accept it that soon
You'll be drenched to the bone
If your time to you
Is worth saving
Then you better start swimming
Or you'll sink like a stone
For the times they are a-changing.

Come writers and critics
Who prophesize with your pen
And keep your eyes wide
The chance won't come again
And don't speak too soon
For the wheel's still in spin
And there's no telling' who
That it's naming
For the loser now
Will be later to win
For the times they are a-changing.

Come senators, congressmen
Please heed the call
Don't stand in the doorway
Don't block up the hall
For he that gets hurt
Will be he who has stalled
There's a battle outside
And it is raging'
It'll soon shake your windows
And rattle your walls
For the times they are a-changing.

Come mothers and fathers
Throughout the land
And don't criticize
What you can't understand
Your sons and your daughters
Are beyond your command
Your old road is
Rapidly aging
Please get out of the new one
If you can't lend your hand
For the times they are a-changing.

The line it is drawn
The curse it is cast
The slow one now
Will later be fast
As the present now
Will later be past
The order is
Rapidly fading
And the first one now
Will later be last
For the times they are a-changing.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

The pot is darker than I thought....

George Bernard Shaw once said “When a man wants to murder a tiger he calls it sport: when the tiger wants to murder him he calls it ferocity. The distinction is no greater.”

In Perak, when DAP instructed its assemblymen to boycott the installation of a PAS assemblyman as Chief Minister of Perak, there are many people out there protesting and what not, against the Perak's DAP. They claimed DAP show disrespect and disloyalty to the Sultan. Sensing the political reality, DAP unconditionally and immediately apologize and accept the wisdom of the Sultan in his choice of Chief Minister for Perak.

Rightly so, Malaysians have greater respect and love for the Sultans than all those cocky politicians. Malaysians knows, at the end of the day, during time of distress, they can always count on His Royal Highnesses to exercise their power as protectors of their subjects, not the politicians.

In Trengganu, Barisan Nasional recommended Idris Jusoh as Mentri Besar, but the Sultan disapproved of BN's candidate and went ahead with the appointment of Kijal assemblyman Ahmad Said as the new Mentri Besar. UMNO challenged the Sultan and go against His Royal Highness, who is also the present Agung of Malaysia, by sacking Ahmad Said from the party and send a protest letter to the Palace.

On one hand, they go around claiming to champion and protect the institution of the royalty, but on the other hand, they blatantly challenge the authority of the Sultans to protect their self serving interest. It appears to me that, these politicians are always not what they claimed to be. At the defining moments, their actions are always inconsistent with their words. The acts of showing disrespect and going against the Sultan is practically an act of revolt. I do sincerely hope these assemblymen can unconditionally apologize to the Sultan, surrender their titleships, and resign from their elected position gracefully.

Hello, the Rukun Negara ( National Principles ) stated the following :


Tell me, have you all forgotten about the 2nd principle ? The one that you pledged Loyalty To The King and The Country......

Cocks do indeed have great influences on their own dunghills. Whatever it is, at the end of the day, the elected assemblymen still have to pledge their loyalty to the Sultan. If they insist on their constitutional rights to challenge the Sultan, I guess the right thing to do now is, these assemblymen should now go to the state assembly and put a vote of no confidence against the newly appointed Mentri Besar. The Mentri Besar will then has to revert to the Sultan to seek his royal highness' consent to dissolve the state assembly, paving the way for another snap elections. Let's go back to the people again, and let the people decide who should be their elected representatives.

Biadap !!! I shake my head.....

“When the balance is broken then everything includes itself in power, power into will, will into appetite. So appetite, aided by will and power, becomes a universal wolf, at last eating up itself. “
--- Carl William Brown ----

Friday, March 21, 2008

Fancy a new ass ?

Is this supposed to be a funny news or gory professional mistake ?

A German pensioner checked into a hospital in Hochfranken, Bravaria for an operation on her leg, but the medical team performed a a surgery on her sphincter instead. She woke up with a New Anus ! The woman is currently looking around for a new hospital to perform surgery on her leg.

Are these doctors graduates of bolihland who can't differentiate between an ass and a leg ?

Monday, March 17, 2008

Politics and sex....

General elections is over, there are winners and there are losers. Winners or losers, let bygone be bygone, it is about time to mend fences and build bridges. Of course, there are always some lousy losers. Over the previous few days, I felt really amused to read about a bunch of losers and their supporters, probably less than 200 people, demonstrating in the street wanting to exert their racial rights to the rest of educated and cultured Malaysians. Shameless parasites !!!!

Idiots and morons are all the same no matter where you go. Between fairness and equality, it seemed, it is very difficult for those mental retards to connect the dots to draw a straight line. Everything else being equal, they seemed to think that the whole world will forever owed them a living.

Politic is too complicated for simple righteous men to understand. Forget about politics, and I do not wish to waste my breaths on these political pariahs. It is their rights to be what they are, and what they want other to perceived them to be. To be or not to be ? It is simply a philosophy of oxymoronisms. For a change, I would like to blog about my second favourite subject – SEX !

I realized, Sex is a taboo subject to some moral minority, and I intended no insensitivity to all those religiously sensitive apologies seekers. This posting is about the goodness of wholesome sex, honestly, nothing else. If you felt this posting offended the sensitivity of your religion, please read my lips, go park your grievances elsewhere, and seek forgiveness on my behalf from your all merciful and ever forgiving God.

I read an interesting article this evening on the beneficial healthy consequences of active sex. So all you nymphomaniacs out there, go forth to sow your wild seeds or be sowed. If you can't find a good partner to indulge in this act of sexercise, please use your creative imagination to seek alternative self indulged pleasures.

According to the article I read, people who leads sexually active lifestyle had MUCH lower risk of heart attacks and strokes. Those who suffered from strokes before are encouraged to have regular dosage of sex. Hormone produced during sex act as natural medication that produces miraculous healing effect on the whole body, improving digestion, and expanding the blood vessels. The “rhythmic motion” and “orgasmic cramps” derived during sex also improve muscle tone.

Interestingly, a research also conclusively proved that men who had sex more often DIED LESS FREQUENTLY compared to those who do not had sex. Regular sex also reduces the chances of breast cancer for women, and prostate cancer for men. So, if you do not want to die young or suffer from cancer, please do the right things. I also previously read about monks in Taiwan had high frequency of prostate cancer. Now I understand the causes of this hing incidences of prostate cancer.

Sex can aso help you to keep fit and trim. The article said that 5 minutes duration of sex can burn off calories equivalent to 15 minutes of jogging. So, if you want to burn more calories, take Viagra to ensure your session of sex last longer. If you can not afford to buy Viagra, maybe go to the backyard of your garden to dig for some roots resembling the Tongkat Ali.

Sex can also raise the level hormones to increase your tolerance of pain by a whopping 40%. It also alters brain activities to deprive people from pain, especially migraine and arthritis. Interestingly, “women who scream during sex rarely suffer from lung diseases – bronchitis and pneumonia. That is why the louder they scream, the better.” However, men who screamed during sex usually end up with pre-mature ejaculations.

So for all those lousy losers out there who recently lost in the 13th General Erections, why organize and participate in illegal rallies to protest in the streets ? Accept the defeat like a good gentleman. Why wasting all your energies demonstrating your stupidity and uncultured behaviors to the rest of civilized Malaysians ? Please, please, go back home to have some good sex. Maybe the alpha ego will subside, and the misplaced angers will be righted in right perspectives.

So, is sex and politic mutually exclusive ? or exclusively inclusive ? whatever it is, please take some time off to have some good sex, but please don't screw the country !

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Boycott mainstream newspapers ?

I received an SMS this evening. The SMS reads :

New Rakyat Action !
Boycott mainstream papers from Mon 17/3 – Sun 23/3.
Dear Malaysians,
Boycott NST, STAR, B. Harian, UTUSAN, Tamil Nesan.
Even The SUN is now feeding lies to us.
They did not accept elections defeat gracefully
& now attacking the opposition.
For news, go on line.
Pass on the SMS tsunami.

The SMS does gives me an impression that a lot of people are quite annoyed with the garbage and misinformation printed by these outdated media. I do wonder, why it is so difficult for these newspapers to report news in a truthful manner ? Anyway, I still quite can't comprehend why people bothered to buy these newspapers when they can read news on-line for free. As for me, I stopped buying printed newspapers for more than a year now. I used the money saved to buy my daily dosage of Kopi-O-Peng at my non-halal Kopitiam every morning.

The amusing thing is, “The Sun” throws a free copy of their newspapers into my porch every morning. I am getting very tired of bending down to pick it up and throw it into the garbage can every morning. I called their circulations office many times, asking them not to deliver their papers to my house. But no matter how many times I politely requested them to stop deliver their papers to me, a copy of their newspapers keep appearing on the floor of my porch every morning. I guess it is their right to do so in order to boast their circulation figures.

I have nothing against the mainstream newspapers. It is their rights to print whatever they want in conformity and compliance to their shareholders' requirements. But as a nature lover, I think all of us should stop buying printed newspapers. Because when the buying stop, the felling of trees will also stop ! In a way, our little actions of not buying printed newspapers can also contribute to the preservation and saving of trees being fell unnecessary.

It is
so very unCOOL to be caught physically flipping pages of the bulky newspapers to read news. Printed newspapers are for illiterate and less educated people only. Why bother reading yesterday's news only today ? You can always count on the internet to read up-to-date news on-line factually and as it is.

There is a better alternative,

Friday, March 14, 2008

Takkan pinang di belah dua....

Malaysia Prime Minister warned Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng not to make statements that could stoke racial tensions. He said “I would like to ask the DAP which community has been made poorer because of the NEP,” “Do not marginalize the Malays. I want to ask Lim Guan Eng what his plans are for the Malays in Penang What are his plans for the Indians in Penang? What are his plans for other minority groups in Penang?”

My dear honorable Prime Minister, with all due respect, Mr Lim is only a Chief Minister for less than a month, please allow him to warm his seat first. For the time being, maybe it is advisable put all these questions to yourself and your colleagues first. In the first place, if we have the courage and decency to acknowledge all Malaysians as Malaysians and nothing else, there wouldn't be any minority groups in Malaysia ! Why are we still having the mindsets to continuously dividing Malaysians into various racial groups ? Perhaps, to make it easier for the indoctrination and legitimation of Divide and Rule ?

Malaysians had spoken loud and clear through the just concluded General Elections. I don't know about the phantom voters, but the real voters in Penang voted in the opposition parties ( Oop, they are now the legitimate state government) because they wanted CHANGE. The right thing to do is to respect the aspirations of the people. I sincerely hope all politicians accept the outcome of the general elections, respect the wishes of the people, and refrained from inciting racial tensions with uncalled for racial championing statements. We are all Malaysians now, let us all not resort to the immoral championing of each other rights along the line of race and religion. Malaysians do not have problem with the NEP and whatever affirmative actions in the name of NEP. But, Malaysians want a complete STOP to all the abuses in the name of NEP. Again, the right thing to do is to respect the wishes of the people.

A local newspaper also quoted a Penang politician to have said “Since the people have clearly rejected development and made their choice for a change, we will recommend to the federal government to cancel all such projects. Don’t blame us for this,........."

My dear politicians, the role of the federal government is to ensure fair and equitable development across the nation irregardless of whether the state gvernments are controlled by the opposition or otherwise. Seeking the federal government to sabotage the development of Penang is an act of disrespect to the constitution of Malaysia. These people should learn some cultureness to accept and respect the democratic rights of the people. On one hand, the Prime Minister asked the Penang State Government to be fair to all in Penang. But on the other hand, his misguided supporters in Penang are seeking the federal government not to be fair to the people of Penang. It gave me the impression that, sometimes, some of these people are basically hopeless perverts ! When they discriminate other people, they claimed it is their rights. When they no longer have the capability to discriminate others, they claimed others denied them their rights ! For heaven sake, they should take a look at themselves in the mirror, because when they point their fingers at others to blame others for their state of being, their sored thumbs are pointing directly at their own despicable being.

It is indeed also very sad to note that, recently, racial scumbags had spreaded all sorts of racial and religious rumors against the newly formed state government. I guess their objectives is to make use of religion to incite Muslim's hatreds against the state government and to sow disharmony among the people of Penang. Scumbags are all the same wherever you go, they lived and lurked in shit holes, smell like shit, and talked in farting languages from dark corner of their conscience. I also forget to mention that scumbags are lousy losers! These scumbags are probably trying to recreate another May 13. For their information, the souls of those motherfuckers who incited racial violences during the May 13 1969 incident are all now rotting in HELL. I sincerely hope the Police can act fairly and firmly to identify and locate these despicable racist motherfuckers and put them into Hotel Kamunting.

The General Elections is over. Winners must not take all, and the losers must have the grace to accept the democratic rights of the people Let bygone be bygone, and it is now to move forward. Let the healing begin, and let us all work together to mend the broken bridges. Be fair, and play fair.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Masih ada esok bagi ku, bagi lu, and bagi mu......

General Elections 2008 is over.

One interesting observation is, with all the MSM blatantly biased against the opposition parties, the opposition parties managed to capitalized on the Internet to spread their message across. For the first time in the history of Malaysia, the opposition parties brought their battles for political awareness and reinforcements on blogs and community Internet forums. Effectively, the MSM are rendered useless. I doubt educated people buy the proposition put forward by Barisan Nasional in the local newspapers and TV stations. In fact, my local newspaper vendor told me that, the newspapers sale dropped substantially during the campaign period. Too bad, the Barisan Nasional underestimated the power of blogs and relied on dinosaur media to spread their propaganda, and they paid the price for it. Interestingly, the Information Minister who tried to contain the spread of blogs and advocated the discretization of bloggers are also voted out by the voters.

Another interesting fact is, RACE BASED POLITIC IS SLOWLY DYING ! Almost all the race based political parties advocating racial rights suffered humiliating defeats. Politically, Malaysians have matured. Malaysians no longer want to be divided along racial and religious lines. I sincerely hope all those race based political parties understand the aspirations of the new Malaysians. The right thing for them to do is to refrain from continuously harping on racial and religious issues to incite disharmony to gain immoral acceptance.

Of course, I do hope the Election Commission (SPR) can be revamped to ensure better impartiality, independent, transparency, and accountability. As it is, within the blogsphere, there are so many postings out there in the cyber space questioning the integrity of the electoral roll, the allocation of military votes, etc. No matter how much the assurance given by the SPR and the ruling government, as long as this doubts are not objectively audited and dispelled, people will always perceived the election process as unfair.

Judging by the popular vote in West Malaysia, BN gained less than 50% of the popular vote, therefore, has lost significant support from West Malaysian. Out of the total 140 Parliamentary seats secured by BN, almost 40% of the seats are delivered by BN's component parties in Sabah and Sarawak. The reality is, the opposition parties in West Malaysia now received more support from the people compared to BN.

For the first time in 50 years, there is now a balance of “power” in the parliament. With the exception of East Malaysia ( Sabah and Sarawak ), the people in West Malaysia has something to look forward into the future – a better Malaysia for all Malaysians.

I went to an Indian Muslim coffee shop in USJ the morning after the 12th General Elections for breakfast. I can practically sense the jovial energies radiating and embracing all the multi-racial customers there. Everybody there was in a victorious and celebratory moods. As I approach a table, I wish the person sitting at the table “Makka Sakti”, he stood up, shake my hand, jovially replied “makka sakti”, and invited me to share his table for breakfast. Somehow, the invisible and psychological enslavement of fears due to years of indoctrinations of politics along racial and religious lines has been broken. Malaysians from all walks of life has finally come together taking the first step to retire all those outdated, self serving, corrupt, and greedy pariahs from the political landscape of Malaysia. Makka Sakti, indeed Makka Sakti it is.

Probably the euphoria of the people will subside over the next few weeks. For most Malaysians, it will be back to work as usual to face the harsh reality of making a living in Malaysia. Whatever it is, from now on, let us all hope the winners and losers can play their roles accordingly to contribute to chart Malaysia into glorious days ahead.

I guess by now, Barisan Nasional knows the reasons why they fared so badly. Likewise, the opposition parties also know why they done well. Hopefully, the losers will repent for their past sins, and the winners honour their words to work towards a better Malaysia for all Malaysians. The people had demonstrated their wills. For all those elected representatives, I do sincerely hope they recognized the sacred fact that, the people are the Yang Berhormat, not the elected representatives. They are the national servants elected by the people to serve the people. The people have the power to put them there, and the people also have the power to bring them down. So, to all those elected representatives, let not the election victories indulged them into self glorifications and breach of trusts by the people.

Malaysians has voted for CHANGE. Hear ye, hear ye, dengar, dengar...... The people has spoken. Are you hearing without listening.............. "What doth it worth a man to gain the whole world but suffer the loss of his own Soul."

Sunday, March 09, 2008

What a refreshing morning...........

I casted my vote yesterday morning in a school in USJ.

This morning, I woke up to the realization that, the opposition candidates, Hannah Yeoh, secured a seat in the Selangor State Assembly, and Loh Gwo-Burne secured a seat ( Kelana Jaya ) in the parliament of Malaysia. In total, the opposition managed to win the Selangor State Assembly with 36 seats out of the total of 56 seats. Nationwide, the opposition parties also managed to win majority control in four other State Assemblies in Penang, Kedah, Perak, and Kelantan. At the federal level, for the first time in history, the opposition parties also managed to deny the Barisan Nasional's two third majority in the Parliament. Somehow, the air of this morning felt so refreshing, and honestly I never felt this good before.

Taking into consideration of the lacked of media coverage for the opposition parties during the campaign period, the claimed of unfair electoral process and its electoral roll, and questionable distribution of postal and military votes, the achievements of the opposition parties is a significant achievements.

When I attended the first political ceramah in Subang Jaya, I smelled the resentment of the local residents against the establishment's unfairness, arrogance, and decadence. The people voiced their grievances on corruptions, lavish life style, integrity of the judicial system, poverty, racial marginalization, rising prices, high costs of living, and fears of security problems such as snatch thieves, house break-ins, day light robberies. But these grievances fell on deaf ears, the perception is, the ruling government continued to harp on racial issues. Like it or not, people are also increasingly very fed-up of all those "in-laws" meddling with the administration and political process.

Irrespective of our ethnicity and racial origin, we are all Malaysians. Why should any segment of Malaysians be classified as minority or majority ? All Malaysians should enjoy equal rights in Malaysia. All the poor and underprivileged, irregardless of their racial origin and religion, should be helped through affirmative action, not racial disqualifications.

The result clearly show the disapproval of the government by the voters. All the race based political parties' suffered losses. Umno traditional influences of the Malay has been severely dented by the multi-racial Parti Keadilan, MCA's traditional support from the Chinese community has been significantly reduced by the multi racial Democratic Action Party, and the Indian community also voted against MIC and supported the multi racial Parti Keadilan and DAP. In Kuala Lumpur and most of the Federal Territories, all the Barisan Nasional's candidates are uprooted by the opposition's candidates.

The results of the 12th General Elections clearly signaled race based agenda of the race based political parties are no longer accepted by the majority of educated Malaysians. I do sincerely hope these parties can switch their political tunes to accept religion freedom, multi-racialisms, and to discard their sickening racial rent seeking demands. Otherwise, their days are numbered. If any racist and communal pariah still want to persist with their illegitimate claims of racial supremacy and entitlements, perhaps, they should seriously consider their relevancy in Malaysia and book a ticket to hell.

Now that the two third majority of the Barisan Nasional government has been denied by the people, and the opposition parties has also been given five states to form state governments, I do sincerely hope the opposition parties practice what they preached.

The people of Malaysia has also given the Barisan Nasional another chance to form a federal government with simple majority. I sincerely hope Barisan Nasional can seriously implement the aspirations of the people. That is, rid the country of corruption, restore judicial integrity, eliminate lavish spendings, practice equality and fairness, respect human rights, manage rising prices, and improve peace and security of the country.

The decent reality is, Malaysia is for all Malaysians. Once and for all, let us rid ourselves of the indecent and immoral rent seeking demands, and respect the sacred entitlement of all Malaysians for equality, fairness, and justice for all. Next time, if anybody ever wave their keris to threaten the rights and existence of other group of Malaysians, I sincerely hope the righteous people within their groups can snatch the offending tool and stick it to his rear orifice......

Malaysia is for all Malaysians. So help us God.....

Friday, March 07, 2008

An alternative to smoking ?

The box says "ALL THE PLEASURES OF SMOKING WITHOUT ALL THE PROBLEMS". Eureka !!! Now I found NJOY, a battery operated gadget that look like real cigarette, but it is not cigarette. To simulate actual smoking experiences, it releases vapour mist that evaporate instantly in the air. It is actually a nicotine dispenser without the tar and smoke. A psychological booast to cigarette smoker.

The starter kit costs RM 485 with 4 nicotine cartridges and a battery charger. The replacemet cartridge costs about RM 14.

Not bad, not bad.... for once I can now have a deep puff after sex !!!!!

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

A time to recollect, and a time to change.

PEACE, SECURITY, and PROSPERITY ? What is peace, security, and prosperity without respect for freedom and human rights ? What is peace, security, and prosperity without equality and fairness ? It is meaningless to pass on a legacy of immoralities to our children and future generations. What is peace, security, and prosperity resulting in a nation divided along racial and religious lines ?

I see nothing honorable about the perpetuation and political justification of race based politics. After 50 years of independent, we should be a united nation of “Satu Bangsa Satu Negara”. Malaysians should be Malaysians. Period. The time has come for the graceful retirements of race based political parties and their rent seeking politicians.

My father is a loyal member of the MCA till his dying days. I had been voting for the BN for the past 25 years. But, absolute power breeds unchecked political arrogances and decadences. I realized, more so than ever, Malaysia need strong opposition voices in the parliament and state assembly. I also realized race based political parties are the main causes of disunity in this country. I still love MCA, MIC, UMNO, and PAS. But these race based political parties must now evolve themselves to become non political NGO's to promote the inter-cultural diversities and understanding among all Malaysians. Modern Malaysia does not have room for racists, communal pariahs, and religious extremists. I love this country, therefore, as a patriotic Malaysian, I am making this painful decision to support the opposition candidates in this coming general elections.

Malaysians at the grass root have a noble aspirations of a dignified bangsa Malaysia with share values and common national interest. We need just, accountable, and responsible political institutions to create and nurture a caring society based on sacred respect for freedom of expression, human rights, and equality for all.

I believed, the future of Malaysia rest on the shoulders of our youth who are well educated and with professional qualifications. The young and the restless have step forward wanting to be counted. They are young. They are CLEAN. And, they are willing to take on the heavy responsibilities to serve the nation. Let's give these young people a fair chance to articulate their aspirations in the State Assembly and the Parliament. This blog DECIDEDLY support Hannah Yeoh for Subang Jaya's state assembly seat, and Loh Gwo-Burne for the Kelana Jaya's parliamentary seat.

Visit HERE for Loh Gwo-Burne's Blog.
Visit HERE for Hannah Yeoh's Blog,

Subang Jaya folks expressed MAKKA SAKTI.

I attended another ceramah held at USJ12's padang on March 3rd 2008. The ceramah was organized by DAP. The interesting thing is, the RELA refused the organizer's request for manpower to conduct crowd and traffic control. To hit a bit below the belt, the town council refused the organizer's request to allow the Subang Jaya folks who attend the ceramah to use the public toilet facilities at the padang. What an arrogance, decadence, and unfair gesture by the town council.

The speakers scheduled in the Ceramah are Tan Kok Wai - DAP incumbent MP for Cheras, Gorbind Singh Deo - Candidate for Puchong Parliamentary seat, Nik Nazmi – Candidate for Seri Setia State Assembly seat, Loh – Candidate for the Kelana Jaya's Parliamentary seat, DAP heavyweights – the honorable Lim Kit Siang, and Hannah Yeoh – Candidate for Subang Jaya State Assembly seat.

The crowds this evening is even much larger than March 1st crowds. My initial estimates is, there are probably between 6000 to 7000 people at the ceramah.

Tan Kok Wei gave a very interesting speech to highlight the need to restore local elections for municipal councillors, and the various breaches of promises committed by the BN government. Mr Gorbind Singh talked on the degradation of judicial integrity and abuses of human rights. Half way through the Gorbind Singh's speech, rains poured heavily. However, the crowds stayed on to express their support. Perhaps, Subang Jaya folks are already quite pissed off with BN. They choose to stay on as expressions of disgusts on current state of affairs. After Nik Nazmi finished his speech, the crowd still remained to wait for the next speaker. It is heart warming to see Malay, Chinese, and Indian squeezing together under single umbrella to cheer on the opposition candidates.

Fearing for the safety of the crowds, the organizers halted the ceramah and requested the crowd to disperse. I decided to leave the ceramah with a big disappointment of not having the opportunity to hear the anticipated fiery oratory speech of Mr Opposition, Lim Kit Siang. On my way out, there are still more people brazing the rains streaming into the USJ12 padang. I will not be surprised if the crowds this evening swelled past 10,000 people.

The crowds at the political ceramahs in Subang Jaya just keep getting bigger and bigger with each coming ceramah. My unqualified opinion is, the educated middle class folks of Subang Jaya has already made up their minds who they are voting for this coming March 8 2008. I will not be surprised if the Opposition parties win by a big landslide in Subang Jaya and Kelana Jaya. After years of neglect and political arrogance by the existing administration, I think the folks at Subang Jaya are entitled to say ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.

Like I said previously, Malaysians are all for the evolution of a dignified Bangsa Malaysia, not the racially conscious and divisive Bangsat Malaysia. All those race based political parties constantly harping on racial issues and sentiments MUST GO. I do sincerely hope results of this coming elections reflect this national grass root aspirations.

This evening, thousands of Subang Jaya folks brazed the rains to express their silent MAKKA SAKTI. May the Power be with the People to democratically manifest the PEOPLE POWER on polling day. Malaysia is my only country. May God rids Malaysia of racial bastards and pariahs. May God bless the righteous and noble hearts.

MAKKA SAKTI, PEOPLE POWER ! The people of Subang Jaya had spoken ! Are you hearing without listening ?

Sunday, March 02, 2008

Subang Jaya Rocked by Opposition Parties.

Two political ceramahs was organized in Subang Jaya on March 1st 2008. One by the MCA at 7:00PM at USJ 11, while the other by DAP at 9:00PM in USJ 12.

What caught my attention is, the earlier ceramah organized by Barisan Nasional has an audiences of probably 100 people. But the DAP ceramah was attended by more than 5000 thousand people of all races. It looks like 5000, sounds like 5000, and definitely it is more than 5000 people. Honestly, I have never see such a huge crowds in Subang Jaya. The people in Subang Jaya wanted change ! And the nationwide change begins from Subang Jaya.

I did not attend the earlier ceramah organized by MCA because I am already fed up with all their racial rhetorics, political arrogance, and political decadence. I sincerely doubt they have anything new to say except their usual indirect racial threats of misrepresentation of races. I presumed they will probably talked about racial entitlements, special privileges, and all the same old stories of race based political agenda. To all those racists, be it Chinese, Malay, or Indian, please read my lips, ALL OF YOU CAN GO TO HELL WITH YOUR DIRTY HANDS AND ILL GOTTEN GAINS.

I attended the DAP ceramah because I think young people with fresh ideas, clean hands, and noble hearts deserved to be given a mandate and chance to take political leadership in this country. The DAP ceramah talked about national unity, good governance, accountability, equality, fairness, and reducing crime rates. It is indeed a refreshing change to hear the opposition parties talked in the shoes of Malaysians.

Judging by the crowd support and sentiments, It looks like DAP is going to take Subang Jaya state seat on March 8 2008, and probably the Kelana Jaya parliament seat as well.

Hannah Yeoh and Loh, I salute your courage to stand up against the odd to contribute your talents to the country. You can count on this old Dalai Baru's vote. And I urged all Subang Jaya folks to give your strongest support to these brave and young man and woman by casting your votes for her. Help her to march into the Selangor state assembly, and help him to march into the parliament of Malaysia.

To find out more about Hannah Yeoh, please visit here .