Wednesday, January 23, 2008

"Repeat of 2004 mandate not possible"

PM admited that 2004 Mandate impossible

Once again, our Prime Minister pledged that "Only Credible" candidates will be pick to stand election.

He said that too in 2004. He is repeating the same now.

He must be using the same template speech again, after 4 years, boleh pakai lagi.

Were we happy with his candidates of 2004?

Did we see credibility of the Barisan Nasional MPs and State Assemblymen?

What about the credibility of the XXL cabinet members?

In 2004, he said he has selected only credible and competent and clean candidates. Credible has become so subjective; competent is objectively absent; clean is certainty, for they sapu everything; besar pun makan, kecil pun makan, semua makan.

In 2004, Pak Lah said BN will bring more prosperity if given a bigger mandate.

His wish was granted and BN secured more than 95% of the seats in Parliament and State Assemblies.

He did bring far greater prosperity to the people, but some people.

Kamaladdin was said to be worth more than a billion. He said his son was not given any projects in Malaysia. Petronas did gave quite some projects to his son's companies and associated companies.

Khairy is worth a lot more. He was lucky to have friends to loan him multi-millions interest free loan, maybe free altogether to procure a substantial stake in a Plc. He later sold out with some loss, but insignificant.

Zakaria had his new palace, short of the title of sultan.

Hundreds of billions worth of projects were sold in the open market and the commission agents and political runners were having field days. The 4th Floor becomes the new project trading house.

Those mega projects awarded by Dr M that were suspended or terminated in the name of frugality and megaism were resurrected and repackaged into a far behemoth size, and then renegotiated and resold to the original buyers with some puffing and laughings.

Other than prosperity projects, he had a new bedmate, amid a used denim.

But he knows and acknowledged that the massive mandated granted in 2004 will not, and could not, be repeated.

The Indians came out into the open to cry marginalization.

The Church cried because there were calls to demolish their cross and statutes. Books that have pictures of Moses and Noah were confiscated by the little napoleons. Fortunately, sanity prevailed.

But the dead were not allowed to rest in peace. In fact the dead couldn't resist those who assert control over their dead bodies. The little napoleons made god fight each other. The ultimate winner is not God but the satanic napoleons. Even the courts that is suppose to dispense natural justice could not go against the false prophets.

Election is not far away... Malaysian citizens, once again, will have to decide how much corruption and pilferages will we be willing to further endure, and how much is our next threshold of patience and impotence.

Are we capable to pick and elect leaders who have the integrity and competence to lead our nation and to represent us? They are elected as law-makers! But, it seems we often elect law-breakers! And they made law that is similar to bullet-proof vests for themselves. And the innocents and victims gets indicted and incriminated.

I fear, and I suffered phobias. Natural justice becomes natural injustice. Equality becomes equality amongst the poor and peasants. Privileges becomes rights. The Constitution is made an exercise book with free reins for editing.

The insidious hemorrhaging continues to oozes and the cancerous system deteriorates at a far greater speed. There is no sight of cure. It is not doom yet; but it's damned!

Is there a God? What is justice? I need to go seek advice from Lingham.

I could be lucky as I'm a friend of Khai and Patrick.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

"We'll eradicate poverty regardless of races"

A Sunday Gathering to Parade The Emperor's New Clothes...

Look at theSun's frontpage:

[theSun's frontpage Jan 21st 2008]

Deemed to be the not-your-average and only-hope-left MSM, theSun didn't even bother to mention the crowd number of the gathering and put a mocking 'bend over like a frog' (if you want a poverty cabinet panel and a holiday) picture instead.

Look at the naked emperor and the innocent and naive cheerers...

Notice the lackluster hands up in the air when the emperor is parading his new clothes?

And on this yet another panel...

To quote a witness at the gathering, Nanda, over at The People's Parliament:

Pak Lah said we have managed to improve the status of poverty but there are still hardcore poverty among all the races. ‘Kita bukan negara maju lagi, kita masih sedang membangun, kita belum maju.’ ‘Satu janji kerajaan BN adalah kita mesti menghapuskan kemiskinan tegar di kalangan semua rakyat tanpa mengira bangsa menjelang 2010.’ Pak Lah pledged, ‘Saya akan tubuhkan satu parti, satu jabatan dalam kabinet saya untuk menghapuskan kemiskinan tegar.’

Wasn't that the NEP was supposed to be, to 'eradicate poverty regardless of race and to abolish the recognisation of work by race'? Look what happened now?

Like what Lulu said, I too wonder if the naked emperor ever thinks about the day when he's no longer the emperor, and how will he live with it when he finds himself naked.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

"They must repent and be brave enough to return Sharlinie."

Pak Lah's Plea to Criminals

Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi made a plea to the person who kidnap Sharlinie urging him to free the child.

"Those who did this are cruel. I hope those responsible will realize how angry the public is," Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi told reporters yesterday at the Family Day for staff of the Prime Minister's Office at Seri Perdana, his official residence.

"They must repent and be brave enough to return Sharlinie."

We Malaysians are glad that the Prime Minister had come out in the open to call on the criminals to repent and be brave. Kidnapping is not our culture, and the kidnappers must uphold his integrity and the rule of natural justice. All Malaysian criminals must be brave and courageous. They must go to the police station to surrender themselves and not wait for the police to hunt them down. We do not have enough police personnels to do such work and it is very tough job to hunt them down. So if the criminals will cooperate with the police, it will make our nation more peaceful and we will then be able to reduce the crime rates.

For those criminals who are prepared to accept our Prime Minister's advice, the police may be willing to consider treating them better when they are in lockup and the public prosecutor may even consider to charged them for a slightly (very very slight) lesser crime and may even ask the judge to be lenient towards them. That way, it's win-win and the criminals may even be bestowed some titles, like Datut, Pingat Jasa Berani, Pingat Jasa Rakyat, or Pingat Jasa Barisan Rempit.

It was a great and brave call from the Prime Minister. No PM in the past had dared to plead to the criminals asking them to be brave and courageous in repenting and self-surrender. This shows how brave our PM is. This shows how effective Barisan Nasional solve the rising crime problems. Now, criminals can come forward and surrender themselves and this save the police and the nation a lot of time and expenses.

UMNO Putera Chairman Datuk Azeez had assembled a large group of Mat Rempit to relieve the police of the search effort. The response from the Mat Rempit was great. So, if you hear motorcycles racing around town and cities, do not fear as they are doing a great service for the nation. They are speedily searching for the little girl and they had to do it quick and fast; so they must speed and run around town in all directions, in desperation, to prove they are putting in their best efforts without being paid.

Pak Lah also expressed his concern about similar cases involving young children. He advised parents to keep a close watch on their children.

"Parents must take care of their children. Don't let them go out alone in the evenings. There's no need to ask them to go alone to the shops to buy things.

"If they must go, get an older sibling to accompany them or the parents themselves should go with them.

"Parents should hold their children's hands. Don't let them wander off alone. If not, all sorts of things can happen."

So, parents, please hold your child's hand. Don't let them go out. Don't let them meet kidnappers, rapists and murderers. Teach them how to recognize those criminals. If you don't know how, asked the PM and the police; they are the experts.

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

"Fast-track steps to fight crime"

Malaysiakini also made this observation.

The 5 steps are:

- hiring of contract police personnel who are retiring or have retired;
(What? No offense to senior citizens, but you want them, or rather do you trust them to snatch thieves?)

- installing more closed-circuit television cameras in buildings and public places;
(Like what Rocky said, one of Nurin's killer was captured on CCTV. But not only did they had to send to FBI to get a clearer image of the culprit, but in the end they didn't even succeed in catching the culprit!)

- setting up more police stations in shophouses and housing estates;
(Remember the Johor towns where they were supposedly equiped with more police stations and personnel? The last thing I heard, some FHM (F*cker; Dirty and Horny) was captured on CCTV instead!)

- appointing civilians to administrative positions and thereby releasing police personnel for their main duties;
(Yeah, tak payah kerja! Now everyone can be a police personnel(TM))

- fast-tracking recruitment.
(Kuat bodek =faster promotion?)

What a joke!

You want votes issit? Then just dissolve the f**king Parliament and declare an election already! Not call your SIL to 'not to speculate'!

Monday, January 7, 2008

Friday, January 4, 2008

"I don't see it as a crisis"

Wait, there's another neglected group. Or rather a person. Or an imbecile. A very potential FHM. The 'I have big ears but there's no crisis-I'm so calm':

Snapshot by Hafiz. Also, visit his funny comic strip.