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Calling all Msians–Go Home to BodohLand

All Msians–Please go back to Bodohland and change the country to BolehLand

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Najib: Talent Corp will lure Malaysians home next year

BRUSSELS: The Talent Corporation, which has been tasked with encouraging Malaysian professionals based overseas to return home, will begin operations in January.

When announcing this, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said the Government was in the midst of hiring key personnel for the corporation to headhunt Malaysians to return and work in the country.

“We are creating more exciting things to attract Malaysians and foreigners to come and play a part in our next level of growth. If we can create more opportunities, some of you might want to come back and those married to Belgians can bring (your) spouses with you; they will be allowed to work.
Open house: Najib and Rosmah welcoming guests to their Hari Raya function in Brussels on Sunday. — Bernama

“Our policy is to be more open because a society that is open will thrive in the 21st century. A society that is closed will not attract the best brains, you will attract mediocre people and the good ones would have left the country and we will be a lot poorer as a result,” the Prime Minister said in his address to about 200 Malaysians based in Belgium and Luxembourg during a Hari Raya gathering he hosted with his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor here on Sunday night.

Najib, who is in Brussels to attend the Asia-Europe Summit, had announced the setting up of the corporation when tabling the 10th Malaysia Plan in Kuala Lumpur.

He said the corporation, to be placed under the Prime Minister’s Department, would identify shortages in key sectors, attract and retain the necessary skilled human capital, and provide an integrated skilled human capital blueprint.

Separately, Bernama reported that Malaysian Institute of Architects president Boon Chee Wee said: “This is a great initiative. We do have a shortage of architects, and the effect is that local firms are not able to expand their capability and capacity and thus face problems in competing with international architects.”

The Malaysian Medical Association president, Dr David K.L. Quek, said steps should also be taken to ensure that those returning had good career paths so that they would remain in the country.

Malaysia is for Malays–the rest go to HELL!!

Read the fine prints–if you are a Malay- you are set for life.Other races–YOU ARE FUCK OFF!!
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Malay and bumi rights enshrined in NEM, says DPM

KUALA LUMPUR: Malay and bumiputra privileges, including those for business opportunities, are included in the New Economic Model (NEM), said Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

The Deputy Prime Minister said that if one were to study the NEM closely, they would find that Malay and bumiputra rights and privileges were already enshrined in it.

“It does not need to be said that Malay and bumiputra rights are protected under the NEM.

“The NKEAs (National Key Economic Area) protect Malay participation in the economy.

“We do not need to explain each of the NKEAs to see that the NEM protects Malay and bumiputra participation in the country’s economy,” he said at the Malay Chamber of Commerce’s Hari Raya gathering here yesterday.

Muhyiddin said he was aware that many Malay and bumiputra entrepreneurs felt vulnerable under the NEM.

“Many bumiputra entrepreneurs have asked me where the Malay agenda is in the NEM. I assure them that the NEM is committed to the involvement of the community in the country’s economic activities,” he said.

Muhyiddin also welcomed the chamber’s initiative in setting up its own Malay socio-economic laboratory, adding that it was in line with the Government’s intention to ensure that bumiputra affirmative action remained under the NEM.

“It can help the Government in its efforts to have greater involvement of Malays and bumiputra in all aspects of the economy. I support this initiative 100%,” he said.

Earlier, chamber president Syed Ali Alattas announced it had set up the laboratory to study the socio-economic status of the community.

“Minister in Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Idris Jala has 12 NKEA laboratories and could have overlooked the need to have one for us (Malay community).

“So we decided to establish our own, which is in line with the Government’s Malay agenda,” he said.

The video is at www.MalaysiaBodoh.com

***** the video is at MalaysiaBodoh.com

Ministry wants commission to probe YouTube clip

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has been asked to investigate a YouTube video of a man who allegedly insulted Islam and Prophet Muhammad in a talk.

Information, Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim said the commission has been instructed to immediately conduct the probe under Section 233 of the Communi-cations and Multimedia Act.

“I will personally make sure that this case is brought to the attention of the authorities soon,” he told reporters after opening a seminar on ‘Issues and Challenges in Preserving Audiovisual Archives in the Tropical Region’, here yesterday.

Pro tem president of the Muslim Bloggers Association (MBA), Zainol Abideen drew attention to the video clip of a “priest” delivering a talk at a church in Kuching.

Meanwhile, Dr Rais said the ministry plans to set up a system to display archive materials online.

He said the ministry would collaborate with agencies like Filem Negara, RTM and Bernama to collect historical documents to be displayed online by the National Archives.

“Through this initiative, artefacts such as videos, 16mm or 35mm films, film negatives as well as pictures can be put online,” he told reporters.

He said the system would enable access to historical materials without having to go to the agencies concerned.

Dr Rais said the ministry also planned to provide scholarships to encourage students and the public to carry out research on the country’s historical artefacts.

“The scholarships are aimed at promoting the study of archive materials. This includes training on heritage and record-keeping,” he said.

Earlier, in his speech Rais said special attention was needed for audiovisual archives in the tropical region, as their preservation is more challenging, with heat and humidity the main threats.

“Their relevance will not diminish with time, therefore, it is vital for such materials to be safeguarded and preserved for use by successive generations,” he said. – Bernama

very good” future

Majority confident of future!!!! Hurray Hurray—let see who are happy–oh…the Malays!!

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KUALA LUMPUR: An overwhelming majority of Malaysians are confident their families will have a “good” or “very good” future in the country regardless of the political situation.

The National Current Issues opinion poll showed that 86% felt that the country’s future was “good” or “very good”. The remaining felt it would be “bad” or “very bad”.

A total of 1,367 respondents were involved in the survey carried out between Aug 1 and Aug 18. The respondents, aged 21 and above, were randomly selected nationwide across race and gender.

The survey, by International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) researchers, has a margin of error of less than 4%.

IIUM Communications Department professor Datuk Dr Syed Arabi Idid, who headed the survey, said Malaysians had a good feeling about the country regardless of their political views.

“They still have confidence in the country’s future and in the future of their families. They also have a good feeling about the current economic situation and business opportunities,” he said in revealing the findings.

On the current economic situation, 59% felt it was “good”, and 14% “very good”; while 23% felt it was “bad” and 4% “very bad”.

The vast majority believed that current business opportunities in the country were “good” and “very good”, with only 24% feeling it was “bad” and 3% “very bad”.

However, respondents were not as confident about current job opportunities, with 53% stating that it was “good”, 15% “very good”, 26% “bad” and 6% “very bad”.

Be careful while you are in KLCC

Where the hell are the security cameras?

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Sent: Sat, August 14, 2010 5:40:45 PM
Subject: FW: Be careful while you are in KLCC

Hi,

If you are not convinced, or never had been worried before, now is the time to worry and fret.

In my opinion, everywhere in KL -and for that matter other big cities too – no parking  place is safe.

Please be most careful when you are out and about.

Be mindful while you are in car parks anywhere.

Do not trust even the security guards !!!


Pls be careful ……..
To those of you who go to K.L.

Security in KLCC Tower getting worse…
Don’t trust, even the security guards. Please let your loved ones know….

Security in KLCC Tower getting worse (DON’T DELETE B4 READING !!!!
This is a true experience. This message was passed to us with the consent of the victim.
Yesterday evening, one of our staff’s wife arrived with their child to do some shopping together with her husband in KLCC.
After they have finished shopping, they went home in separate cars because they came in 2 cars. The child followed the father while the wife went separately to her car which was parked at level P2.

When the wife wanted to pay for the parking, she found out she has lost the parking ticket. The parking attendant asked her to go to KLCC Parking Office.
So she went to the office hoping to get some help. At the KLCC Parking Office, a parking attendant said she has to go to KLCC Security office. He offered to give her a ride on his motorbike there, but she refused and followed behind his bike  in her Kancil. He took her to P1 and then they reached a narrow alley where the car was not able to go through. He then asked her to take a ride on his motorbike instead and leave her car behind.

At the end of the alley, there were 3 GUYS waiting for them, all of them dressed in neat uniform. They tried to gang rape her. But fortunately, with the strength from God, she managed to kick one of them where it HURTS the most and ran away as fast as she could.

She went up to the place her subconscience told her where most of the shoppers were, i.e. Picnic Court . Because her hubby does not own a handphone, she had to wait for him to reach home before she could contact him. She called him up later and asked him to come and fetched her.

She dare not report this occurrence to any KLCC security guard. She does not TRUST them any longer. (I won’t too, given the same situation).

They reported the incident to the police. Later the police called her up to identify the personnel. But due to the shock and trauma, she could not recognize them. All of them were wearing cap at that time. There were 4 Malay guys altogether.
– 1 wearing a light yellow top with dark blue bottom (KLCC parking maintenance)
– 2 wearing white tops with dark bottom (parking attendant)
– 1 wearing a light brown top with dark bottom (KLCC Suria parking and Park security guard)

According to the police, countless incident of gang rapes happened here in KLCC. And they suspected that it is all an inside job.

The staff’s wife wishes all women staff of Petronas to be careful and vigilant in future especially in the parking area and toilets. This goes for the Men as well.
Please warn your wife/family members or friends.
Thank You & Regards,

Siti Arma Zailan bt. Md Mokhtar
Level 63, Tower 1

Did Advertlets Lie to Me about Paying Me My Previous Months’ Earnings?

From my fellow blogger at:
http://www.wayangtimes.com/did-advertlets-lie-to-me-about-paying-me-my-previous-months-earnings.html
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Okay, so Advertlets continues to ignore my emails and they have also lied to me about paying me for my Dec 2009 and Feb 2010 earnings before 20th of this month. Eight days after 20 Jun 2010, my hard-earned money is still unpaid to me.

This was what Advertlets emailed me on Tue, Jun 8, 2010 at 12:08 PM:

Hi,

Apologies for the delay. The payments for Dec & Feb will be made before
the 20th of this month, and the Mar payment will be made at the 20th of
July.

In the meantime, as you do cash out large amounts regularly, we will have
to increase your credit terms to 60-90 days from the end of the month of
cashout.

We will be rolling out new payment terms throughout the network, starting
with those that cash out regularly. We regret the delay, however, if you
wish to consider a secondary option of getting less, but more timely
payment do let us know and we can work out a new arrangement.

Please note that you have been paid a significant amount already, and your
tweets on Twitter do not help us pay out faster. Delay is unavoidable at
the moment, but rest assured that you will be paid – as you have
definitely already received payment in the past.

Regards,

[name removed]
Advertlets Support

The following was my reply, after removing sensitive information, on Mon, Jun 14, 2010 at 9:55 AM:

Hi [name removed],

1. Thank you for stating that you will make the payments for Dec & Feb before 20th of June 2010, and make payment for Mar at 20th of July 2010.

You should credit the money to the following bank account:
[info removed]

2. You said that you will have to increase my credit terms to 60-90 days from end of the month of cashout. But let’s look at the facts, and note that today is the middle of June 2010:

End Dec 2009 cashout – This is more than 5 months ago, which is about 165 days from the end of the month of cashout.

End Feb 2010 cashout – This is more than 3 months ago, which is about 105 days from the end of the month of cashout.

3. My previous email to Advertlets resulted in a similar response from your company, and that is “…been paid a significant amount already, and your tweets on Twitter do not help us pay out faster. Delay is unavoidable at the moment…” That was why I patiently waited 165 days since Dec 2009 cashout for your payment, but I never see that.

4. The issue is that I am never paid on time, and when I email Advertlets, I never get a response. I only get a response after I blog and tweet about your late payment.

5. You said “…We regret the delay, however, if you wish to consider a secondary option of getting less, but more timely payment do let us know and we can work out a new arrangement…” All reputable companies such as Google Adsense and Adbrite always pay me 100% of what they owe me, on time. Are you saying that Advertlets is a not a reputable company and need to charge a commission on my hard-earned money even though this is not publicly made known to all your bloggers?

To whoever from Advertlets reading this post, I was forced to blog about this because you never reply my emails unless I complain on my blog or tweet about how bad Advertlets appears to be!

Maybe I would suggest this, pay me all that you owe me immediately, and I resign from your network. This arrangement will mean that we will no longer be mad with each other and will have nothing to do with each other.

And seriously, if you cannot afford to pay the few hundred ringgit that you owe me, I wonder how reliable you are to both us bloggers and your advertisers. Perhaps your advertisers such as Hewlett Packard, Toyota, Gap, Starbucks, DiGi, Zuji, Omy etc etc should start making queries about Advertlets’ questionable behaviours.