Monday, February 28, 2011

Why ask God when the Choice is ours to Make?

I find the statement by mamat nih tak masuk akal and also shows his level of reasoning is confined to budak kecik punye logic....

KOTA BHARU, 27 Feb — PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat said today that he did not ask to be born Malay.

The Kelantan Mentri Besar added that it was only by coincidence that he was born in this country.

Nik Aziz said that it did not matter what community he was born into as long as he was a Muslim.

He was responding to a statement by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad that he should be grateful for being born Malay because this meant that he would be Muslim.

Nik Aziz said that all races were the same, and what made a person special was that he was a Muslim.

He said that he was striving for Islam as a religion of moderation and was opposed to extremism which contradicted Islam. — Bernama go here

We saw from previous post that it is possible to be born to a Non Malay Parents and still be Malay in the Context of the Malaysian Constitution.

Guano mung nih weh koho lamo koho pelik ambo kelih!

Mung ingak mung buleh mintok ko Allah nok jadi ore Islam ko sebelum mung lahir?

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Dear Zairil "Khir Johari" bin long have you been a Malay?


Kelakar giler babeng.....

Guan Eng appoints Malay political secretary

KUALA LUMPUR: Zairil Khir Johari has been appointed as political secretary to DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng with immediate effect.
Lim said Zairil, who is the son of the late Tan Sri Khir Johari, would be assisting him with political matters at both the party and national levels.
"I am confident that with his ability and experince in various fields, he will be a positive asset to our party," he added in a statement on Wednesday. More here

Let us do some basic Mathematics....campur tolak aje partial differential integration I promise...


Born in Alor Star in 1923, the young Mohd Khir Johari had his early education at Malay schools in Jalan Bharu and Sungai Korok in his hometown. At nine and filled with trepidation, he entered the Sultan Abdul Hamid College in Alor Star to study English for the first time

In 1943, he married Puan Sri Kalsom Abdul Rahman, whom friends fondly remember as Che Tom, until her demise in 1994. They had seven children. The following year he married Christine. Go here


Zairil said he chose the DAP over Umno because the PR party shared “common goals” with what the late Khir had looked for in the “old” Umno.

My father’s Umno is a completely different Umno from today’s Umno. When he joined Umno it was during pre-independence, his struggle was to free our country from the oppression of the British government. Now after more than 50 years of BN rule, the situation is such that people are being colonised, oppressed by our own people, we do not have any freedom.

“There are no civil liberties, so the struggle is still the same. It’s the same struggle, I am just using a different platform, that’s why I chose the DAP over Umno,” said the 28 year old who runs his own chocolate business. More here

Is Zairil the Step Son of Khir Johari or the Son of Khir Johari?

If He is 28 Years Old

and Khir Johari married Christine in 1995

2011 - 1995 = 16

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

The New Official Religion of PAS

PAS tetap mempertahankan pendidikan vernakular yang telah memberi ruang kepada kewujudan sekolah agama rakyat, madrasah dan sekolah pondok, di samping tidak menolak kepentingan elemen integrasi nasional diterapkan dalam sistem pendidikan dan;more bullshit here

"Telah memberi ruang kepada kewujudan" 

Friday, February 18, 2011

Riding the J: Evaluating Malaysia

This post will be the follow up on the analysis of why Malaysia may not follow the path of Street Democracy 

My daily readings points me to another framework that may be applicable for us to view the situation.

In 2006 Political Scientist Ian Bremmer came out with the J Curve analysis

Bremmer's J Curve describes the relationship between a country's openness and its stability; focusing on the notion that while many countries are stable because they are open (the United States, France, Japan), others are stable because they are closed (North Korea, Cuba, Iraq under Saddam Hussein). According to Bremmer, a government's motivations differ dramatically depending on where they fall on the J curve

The x-axis of the political J-Curve graph measures the 'openness' (of freedom) of the State in question and the y-axis measures the stability of that same state. It suggests that those states that are 'closed'/undemocratic/unfree (such as the Communist dictatorships of China and Cuba) are very stable; however, as one progresses right, along the x-axis, it is evident that stability (for relatively short period of time in the lengthy life of nations) decreases, creating a dip in the graph, until beginning to pick up again as the 'openness' of a state increases; at the other end of the graph to closed states are the open states of the West, such as the United States of America or the United Kingdom. Thus, a J-shaped curve is formed.

States can travel both forward (right) and backwards (left) along this J-curve, and so stability and openness are never secure. The J is steeper on the left hand side, as it is easier for a leader in a failed state to create stability by closing the country than to build a civil society and establish accountable institutions; the curve is higher on the far right than left because states that prevail in opening their societies (Eastern Europe, for example) ultimately become more stable than authoritarian regimes.

Bremmer's entire curve can shift up or down depending on economic resources available to the government in question. So Saudi Arabia's relative stability at every point along the curve rises or falls depending on the price of oil; China's curve analogously depends on the country's economic growth. Source here

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Anjing Haram haus diberi minum: The Chinese Education Blackmail

Lu orang semua sudah tau yang Sekolah Vernakular tu HARAM!

So today I wanna show you another Black Mail being executed secara terang terang

This time in Serawak

On the requests jointly submitted to him by the federation, Kuching Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industries as well as three Chinese middle schools and boards in a joint memorandum during a recent dialogue, Taib said a 2,000-ha site would be given to the United Association of Chinese School Boards of management as a means of financial aid from the state government. go here
Ho Yea!!!

2000 Hectares!

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Street Democracy

Egypt's Hosni Mubarak resigned as president and handed control to the military today after 29 years in power, bowing to a historic 18-day wave of pro-democracy demonstrations by hundreds of thousands. "The people ousted the president," chanted a crowd of tens of thousands outside his presidential palace in Cairo.

Several hundred thousand protesters massed in Cairo's central Tahrir Square exploded into joy, cheering and waving Egyptian flags. Fireworks, car horns and celebratory shots in the air were heard around the city of 18 million in joy after Vice President Omar Suleiman made the announcement on national TV just after nightfall. more here

Strange times we live in today.....

Allow me to offer a framework to look at the situation....

I call it NOTthe1Malaysia Framework....

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

"Proof that Fedeler Opposition Can Diliver": Milika Mali Lagi Mau Bunyi

In the Penang chief minister’s Chinese New Year address today, he said that the ability of the four Pakatan Rakyat (PR) states to attract more than half of Malaysia’s total investment was proof that the federal opposition can deliver.
“Only a two-party system can ensure pece, harmony and that Malaysia’s rich natural resources benefit 27 million Malaysians,” the Bagan MP said, adding that this required an opposition which can not only deny Barisan Nasional (BN) its customary two-thirds majority in Parliament but also form federal government.
For those who say that PR does not know how to govern, the four states of Penang, Selangor, Kedah and Kelantan have proven our ability by beating the other 10 BN states by attracting RM25 billion in investments, comprising 53 per cent of Malaysia’s total investments in 2010,” he said. More here

Haiya Beng

Lu lagi mau bising lagi ka......

Minggu kemalin lu sudah kena kantoi kencing lagi mau kincing ka?

Satu Malaysia sudah tahu itu Penang sama itu Selangor sebelum lu takeover pun memang sudah banyak investment loh.........

Tapi gua kasi chance sama lu la ini hali........tapi gua ada sidikit question ma......


Minds are like parachutes; they work best when open. -Lord Thomas Dewer