Monthly Archives: January 2010

All Msian bloggers must go to JAIL!!!

All Msian Bloggers must go to JAIL and shutdown all the websites. If you think China has the Great Firewall, Msia has the BODOH internet Policy

Huh!!! What the Fuck is this?
“improper use of network facilities or a network service”
Who owns the network? And what the definition of improper?

“uploaded the remarks under the pseudonym Aduka Taruna.”
Who the fuck uses the real name?

“intention of the accused was to hurt the feelings of the Johor royalty and the people.”
Oh please, how about Jihadist websites that says “Death to America” and the President of the USA is so F up?
“Under Section 233, any person who knowingly initiates the transmission of any comment, request, suggestion or other communication which is obscene, indecent, false, menacing or offensive in character with intent to annoy, abuse, threaten or harass another person, is liable to a fine not exceeding RM50,000 or imprisonment of up to one year.””

Name me a website that does not meet the criteria above? What a fucking real Bodoh Malaysia—aren’t all the govn Msian websites full of bogus false propaganda ?

Blogger pleads not guilty to insulting Johor royals

How many times do I have to tell you all Msia bloggers, get a real freaking domain name and the only place you can express your free speech/opinion is here at www.BodohLand.com.
All Msian websites/blogs that discuss about politics are shut off and the bloggers will be put in JAIL!!!**

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SEREMBAN: A 29-year-old blogger pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here Friday to insulting the Johor royal house by posting derogatory remarks on his blog.

Khairul Nizam Abd Ghani from Rumah Rakyat Pancor in Paroi near here allegedly uploaded the remarks on his blog adukataruna.blogspot.com.my between 7.25pm and 9.05pm on Jan 22.

The accused was a picture of calm when the court interpreter read him the charge.

He was accused of improper use of network facilities or a network service as provided for under Section 233(1)(a) of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 (Act 588).

He had allegedly uploaded the remarks under the pseudonym Aduka Taruna.

The charge also states that the intention of the accused was to hurt the feelings of the Johor royalty and the people.

Under Section 233, any person who knowingly initiates the transmission of any comment, request, suggestion or other communication which is obscene, indecent, false, menacing or offensive in character with intent to annoy, abuse, threaten or harass another person, is liable to a fine not exceeding RM50,000 or imprisonment of up to one year.

He shall also be liable to a further fine of RM1,000 for every day during which the offence is continued after conviction.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Masri Mohd Daud asked the court to impose RM10,000 bail pending a re-mention of the case.

Counsel for the accused, Mohd Radzlan Jalaludin, said the court should impose the lowest amount possible as Khairul Nizam had surrendered to the authorities.

“In fact, my client only got married last month and the kenduri (wedding feast) will be held tomorrow (Saturday). If the bail is not lowered, his wife will have to be seated on the dais alone,” he said.

Mohd Radzlan said Khairul Nizam’s wife only managed to raise RM5,000 for bail.

“In fact, the allegations are also not as serious as they have been made out to be. I hope the court will grant our request,” he said.

Judge Zamri Bakar admonished Mohd Radzlan for claiming that the allegations were not serious.

“We are talking about a royal institution which, among others, ensures the stability of our country. I do not agree with the view of the counsel in this,” he said.

Zamri then set bail at RM5,000 with one surety and fixed the case for re-mention on March 31.

Khairul Nizam, who is a graphic designer, was detained by Kota Baru police on Tuesday and remanded for four days to assist in their investigation.

Malaysia’s No Panties Promotion for Valentine’s Day 2010

*** When you are done f*uking, upload the videos at www.MalaysiaYouTube.com******8
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There is a new hype in Malaysia that is quickly gaining fans among students but upsetting many conservatives. An unnamed group in Malaysia has decided that the best way to express their love to their boyfriends is to have a “no panties” promotion. Word of mouth have spread among many female students in Malaysia’s educational institutes of higher-learning where they are being persuaded to follow this campaign as an expression of true love for their boyfriends.
The group has been successful as many students are planning to ahead with this campaign on Valentine’s Day on 14 February 2010.
This campaign which is being promoted in Malaysia for the first time have its detractors. On the other side of the fence are the more conservative group who thinks that Muslim students should not celebrate in this manner as it will deviate from the teachings of Islam.

Readers will move away from traditional media: Rais

***********Dudh!!! so what new!!! any papers controlled by the govt are full of propaganda.
Datuk Rais, I salute you!!!! ********************

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Readers will move away from traditional media: Rais

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/1/28/nation/20100128173722&sec=nation

PORT DICKSON: Readers will most likely shift to the Internet for news if the traditional media continues with its old style of presenting news based on what the editors feel that people should read, or using the media as a propaganda tool.

Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim said this was because the Internet allowed the people to read what they wanted to read.

“The Internet has created a new phenomenon of change all over the world,” he said at the opening the International Conference on Free and Responsible Journalism here on Thursday.

The text of his speech was read by the ministry’s deputy secretary-general (Information), Datuk Azmi Ali. Rais, however, said the role of responsible journalism was still relevant to the development of a nation.

“Journalists need to be free and self-governing to fulfil their duty of providing information to the people with a simple guideline, such as their first obligation is to truth, their loyalty is to the citizens, the essence is discipline of verification, and maintaining independence from those they cover.

“Journalists face daily risks posed by tight media laws and the threats against them include non-renewal of the printing licence for their publication, lawsuits, jail or fine, and harassment in the form of newsroom interference by the Government.”

He said in countries without freedom of the press, the majority of people who reported the news might not follow the subscribed standard of journalism.

“Non-free media are often prohibited from criticising the government and in many cases are required to carry propaganda as if it were news. Various other forms of censorship may restrict reporting on issues the government deems sensitive,” he added.

Rais said in view of all these issues, challenges and guidelines, the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) founded in 1909 in the United States was dedicated to encouraging the free practice of journalism and stimulating high standards of ethical behaviour.

He said the SPJ came up with a code of ethics to be voluntarily embraced by thousands of journalists, regardless of place or platform, and was widely used in the newsrooms and classrooms as a guide for ethical behaviour.

Some 60 participants from Malaysia and countries of the South, namely Azerbaijan, Brunei, Cambodia, Fiji, India, Sri Lanka, Venezuela and Vietnam are attending the two-day conference. — Bernama

Fucking Insane!!!

Dr M panned over statement—He is one fucking insane dude!!

http://chedet.co.cc/chedetblog/2010/01/september-11-2001.html

PETALING JAYA: The statement by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad that the Sept 11 attack was “staged” could not come at a worse time when the nation is facing its own issues, says the Merdeka Centre.

Its director Ibrahim Suffian said Dr Mahathir’s statement did not help with the country’s image at a time of religious tension.

He said Dr Mahathir should know the difference between the fiction of Avatar and the reality of the attack that happened nine years ago.

“Conspiracy theories aside, people actually died in that suicide attack. Dr Mahathir’s statement is disrespectful to the victims for it to be described that way, with reference to a Hollywood movie,” he said yesterday.

Ibrahim said that as the founder of the Perdana Global Peace Organisation, Dr Mahathir should know the root causes of terrorism and point out what led him to draw such conclusions.

DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang in a statement said that Dr Mahathir would have created “an international incident” between Malaysia and the United States if he was still the Prime Minister.

Meanwhile, Malaysian Assembly of Mosque Youth (Pemuda Masjid) de facto leader Dr Mohd Nawar Ariffin said more discussions should take place on the allegations made.

“Dr Mahathir is a prominent figure who contributed a lot to the country. Although the statement incites controversy, perhaps it should be taken positively as an encouragement for people to dig out the truth. He is known as an evidence-based person when making statements,” he said.

The statement also sparked a chain of reactions on the Internet with many blogging and tweeting on the issue.

On Wednesday, Dr Mahathir said there was strong evidence that the Sept 11 attacks on the United States that killed nearly 3,000 could have been “staged” as an excuse to mount attacks on the Muslim world.

“If they can make Avatar, they can make anything,” Dr Mahathir was quoted as saying.

The United States Embassy declined to comment on the matter.

Malaysia gets poor marks for human rights

Malaysia gets poor marks for human rights–how many bloggers have gone to jail ??-the surviving one is www.BodohLand.com!!!***

KUALA LUMPUR: To ensure it stays in control and in power, the Malaysian Government has turned its back on promises to protect people’s rights, said Human Rights Watch.

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/1/21/nation/20100121210219&sec=nation

In its report released Thursday, it said that when Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak took over as prime minister in April 2009, he promised to respect the fundamental rights of the people but his government has failed to undertake the systematic reforms needed to fulfil that pledge.

It said the Government harassed the Opposition, improperly restricted the right to peaceful expression, association, and assembly, and mistreated migrants.

When it comes to human rights, Malaysia is more about rhetoric than reality, it said.

“The Malaysian Government appears to be more interested in pursuing short-term political advantage rather than safeguarding rights,” said Human Rights Watch deputy Asia director Phil Robertson.

The 612-page World Report 2010 reviewed human rights practices around the world over the last year.

It said the release of a number of Internal Security Act (ISA) detainees early in Najib’s term was a positive development, but stressed that Parliament should repeal the ISA and other repressive laws including the Police Act 1967, which it said, was used to justify a “violent crackdown” on a citizens’ march against the ISA.

The report also said that following the impact of the Internet on the last general election, the Government has tried to rein in non-traditional media, putting them and bloggers under closer scrutiny.

It also voiced concern over continued government control of the traditional media and called for the Printing Presses and Publications Act to be rescinded.

The report also criticised the Government for failing to distinguish refugees and asylum seekers from undocumented migrants and for its use of an “ill trained, abusive civilian force” (Rela) to crack down on undocumented migrants.

It said detainees were kept under inhumane conditions causing several of them to die last year while dozens were infected with leptospirosis, a disease spread by animal faeces in unclean water.

“How many more migrants have to die in detention before Malaysian policymakers wake up?” said Robert­son.

The report also criticised Malaysia for continuing to crimininalise adult consensual sexual behaviour including sodomy and said it is about time the government brought its criminal code into the 21st century.

Malaysians-Do not use the Internet!!

Yea,Msians, go to www.MalaysiaYouTube.com for all your pleasures!!

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Malaysians advised against being immersed in Facebook, Twitter

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/1/16/nation/20100116175608&sec=nation

SEREMBAN: Malaysians, especially Muslims, must avoid being totally immersed in the internet culture, especially Facebook and Twitter, said Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.

He added that facilities like internet could not be accepted wholly because it was a form of business introduced by the West and “Malaysians were just users.”

“We are not saying that they cannot use Facebook or Twitter but when using such facilities they must upkeep the values taught by Islam, Buddhism or Christianity to maintain our culture,” he told reporters after opening a Seminar on the 1Malaysia concept here on Saturday.

He added that Malaysians who used internet services on social networking sites should be careful with what they see and hear.

“We must be strong in our believes and culture because the identity and image of our country depends on us.

“They are just selling Facebook, Twitter, L-Band and various other services, even through space, as a product but we do not do such business. We accept all this in a state of cultural shock,” he said.

He chided some Malaysians who belittled those who were no savvy of the Facebook and Twitter culture.

“We should not be quick to condemn or look down on those who do not use Facebook. Newspapers are still relevant, so is Facebook, but do not be carried away with everything and disregard the old system,” he said.

Rais also praised the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (SKMM) for its success in tracking down a student from the National Arts Culture and Heritage Academy for posting a public safety threatening comment on Facebook about the recent spate of attacks on churches while discussing the ongoing “Allah” controversy on the popular social networking website.

“Syabas to the commission for its action in nailing those who used Facebook, Twitter and SMS for the wrong reasons.

“As a former analyst of the law in the country, I wish to advise the people that they cannot escape from the law for their actions,” he said.

Rais said the Information Department had also found that 62% of Malaysians understood the 1Malaysia concept.

He added that the Government would initiate more programmes featuring the 1Malaysia concept, especially for students. – BERNAMA

Huh!!! what the f to write about?

Excuse me…am I missing something here? What the F**&&^ is there to write about for the whole world to see? I see Muslims here Fuking like no tomorrow and drinking like fish.

Oh wait-she is just trying to make money like any other attention whores!!

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Part-time model Kartika wants to write about her life

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/1/16/nation/20100116202324&sec=nation

KUALA LUMPUR: Kartika Sari Dewi Shukarno, who has been sentenced to six strokes of rotan by the Kuantan Syariah Court for drinking beer, is planning to write a book about the trials of tribulations of her life.

Kartika, 33, started penning her thoughts in August last year, the day the religious authorities took her in a van from her house in Perak to the Kajang Prison in Selangor to carry out the sentence.

“Although the van later made a u-turn back to my home as the authorities have decided to postpone the caning, the experience and anticipation have left such a huge impact that I decided to pen down my thoughts.

“I jotted down what I was feeling while I was still inside the van. When I was sent home that day, I suddenly felt the urge to perform Umrah in Mecca.

“In Mecca, I will pray to Allah to give me strength and courage to pick up the pieces and carry on with my life,” said Kartika just before breaking down in tears.

Sources close to Kartika said she had lost her job because of the court case, and that she was now in the process of divorcing her Singaporean husband as the long wait for the sentencing had taken a toll on their long distance relationship.

The Syariah High Court had on July 20 last year ordered the mother of two to be caned six strokes and fined RM5,000 after being caught drinking at a hotel in Cherating in 2008.

Although she paid the fine, the sentencing has yet to be carried out.

Kartika, who had earlier received a 14-day umrah package from Gemilang Travel and Tours in conjunction with the opening of its new office in Ara Ampang commercial complex, said she would write about her life experiences as a lesson for the younger generation.

Kartika said she hoped to perform Umrah in March after her divorce was finalised, adding however that she was still hopeful for a reconciliation with her estranged husband.

“Right now, I need peace of mind. I hope to find it in Mecca,” she said.

Church attacks may hurt tourism

What the F*&&^ is going on????!!

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http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/1/10/nation/20100110214746&sec=nation

RAUB: The Tourism Ministry fears that attempts of arson on several churches in the country may threaten the tourism industry’s growth.

Its minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen said the religious tension could cause fear among foreign tourists of visiting Malaysia, hence affecting its economy.

“This is the communication era, so information travels fast…tourists will choose not to visit a country faced with conflicts, especially religious conflicts,” she told reporters after officiating at a Christmas and New Year celebration attended by about 150 Christians, here, Sunday.

Dr Ng said the church attacks were sending the wrong message to foreign tourists when Malaysia was always touted as a harmonious country despite its multiracial and multireligious society.

However, she said, the ministry had not received information on the effects of the incidents on tourist arrivals in Malaysia.

“We are monitoring the developments through our offices overseas.”

Dr Ng who condemned the church attacks said the people should not be influenced by the actions of a few who were out to create chaos in the country.

She said the Barisan Nasional government, which at all times wanted to safeguard peace and religious freedom in this country, would ensure the individuals involved would face appropriate action.

So far, seven churches with the latest in Miri, Sarawak as well as the church and guard post at Sekolah Menengah Convent in Taiping, Perak have been targeted. – Bernama