NEP – what a BS

Can someone explain why the Bumiputra need special preference when they are majority in population .
Isn’t Bumiputra population is like 75%, so why are they given special preference.

Isn’t preference should be given to the minority of the population like the Indians and the Chinese?

If you are a bumiputra,don’t you feel cheated, don’t you feel like you are inept?

Malaysia -the most corrupted nation in the world

Please support the online petition for GE13 investigation for clean and fair elections!

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Amazing. Since the Malaysian GE13 results were announced, more than 200,000 people have signed the petition calling for international scrutiny of widespread reports over the fraudulent voting and the controversial Electorial Commission.

Our petition is currently shaping the international coverage of the election – with articles appearing in Australia, Indonesia and many other places.

But this is just a beginning. What’s even more important than obtaining more signatures is to educate the public. We need people to be well informed about what we stand for:

We wish to restore a fair electoral system, not to support any political party.
We do not jump conclusion or instigate unneutral comments.
We want to cease Malaysians from taking unethical measures in their defences. Instead, use this petition as their voices to protest correctly.
We respect every individual’s right to choose and have opinions, we do not force.

If we’re to achieve international support for investigations into Malaysian GE13 we must continue to obtain more signatures and continue to display our will to restore justice!

Can you take a short moment to forward this email to five friends, ask them to sign and explain to them if you can manage? They can sign at

It may be a slow education process but believe me: “Shouting loud does not make you strong, whispering the right point does”.

Please take note that there will be NO FIXED NUMBER of signatures needed, the limit will continue to increase.

We’ve grown into a movement of 200,000 people. I know not what it will take to get the type of investigation we need, but we must keep trying to raise awareness along with education.

Please forward this around to everyone you know. They can sign at

Thanks for being part of this.

Terry Kok,

Petition Starter

—- Here’s the original petition text —-

Citizens of Malaysia had been seen screaming their discontentment all over the vast cyber media space, which unfortunately is the final fortress of free media in this nation.

Barisan Nasional, a coalition which had ruled over the nation for 56 years was continuously accused of purchasing votes by exhausting large amount of liquidity, controlling national media streams and just recently, exposed of ferrying large quantity of foreign citizens (speculated over 600,000) into the polling stations in order to corrupt the outcome of the election.

Speculations were yet to be verified but without the help of an external intervention, our people are rendered powerless against such extreme measures. With all due respect, we wish not a dramatic counterpart nor are we preaching our speculations; we wish only to be heard. If the UN launches an investigation, the eyes of many more will be watching; and when the global awareness rises, transparency follows and truth shall prevail.

If our voices were robbed within our own land, please help our voices reach the world.

The Meaning of Malaysia Bodoh

Welcome to Malaysia Bodoh.

Let me help you decipher what the Govt means….

NEP- it means if you are a Bumi/Malay, your ass will be covered with gold, for Chinese/Indians, your ass is screwed with goreng pisang

1Malaysia- OXYMORON-read NEP (above) many times over and you know it is not for you

MCA- Malay Chinese Ass

BN- Berak Nation or Big NO

PAS- Pig Ass Shit

POS- Pile of Shit

DAP- Deep Ass Pussy, Deep Ass Pigs

UMNO- United Malays National Orgasm

MIC- My Indian Cunt

MPMP-Malaysia Poop Movement Party

You have MBA degree- You have My Big Ass degree

Contrary to what the name of this site might indicate, the purpose of this site is to fight stupidity. We generally don’t give a rats ass about politics or religion. The only thing that is truly offensive in this world is stupidity.

Stupid people have a tendency to demand respect and get easily offended. That is if you think about it a quite natural defense mechanism. If you are unable to argue your case in a convincing manner, then just act sulky and demand respect. However, it is our firm believe that this kind of attitude demands no respect whatsoever. In fact all it demands is absolute ridicule and contempt.

*** this is freaking stupid…where is the policy of 1Malaysia? equal treatment for all races!!!**

Kelantan’s gender segregation rules affect non-Muslim businesses

Kelantan’s gender segregation rules affect non-Muslim businesses

Hanging out: Shoppers standing around outside Nice Hair Salon in KB Mall, Kota Baru. Hanging out: Shoppers standing around outside Nice Hair Salon in KB Mall, Kota Baru.

KOTA BARU: Hair dressing salon operators are learning the hard way that gender segregation rules in Kelantan apply to non-Muslims as well.

They have had to pay many summonses for allowing their female workers to cut the hair of non-Muslim male patrons, which they thought was permissible.

E-Life Hair Salon manager Ong Lee Ting said she had settled 11 summonses since she opened for business in KB Mall in 2010.

Hairy situation: Ong showing one of the 11 summonses she received for allowing her female employees to cut the hair of non-Muslim male patrons. Hairy situation: Ong showing one of the 11 summonses she received for allowing her female employees to cut the hair of non-Muslim male patrons.

The fines were imposed under Section 107(2) of the Local Council Act by-laws which prohibits a woman from cutting the hair of a man and vice versa regardless of religion.

“I have been paying fines of between RM200 and RM350,” said Ong, who was issued the latest summons on Tuesday.

“I find the by-laws confusing … they should not apply to a non-Muslim woman cutting the hair of a non-Muslim man.”

Gender segregation is among the controversial regulations imposed by the PAS state government, which insists that the rule be also observed at supermarket check-outs.

The last time Ong went to the local council office to pay a compound, she was told that the licence for the salon would be revoked because of the many summonses issued to the operator.

However, council secretary Mohd Anis Hussein said: “As long as they (the salon owners) pay the compounds, they will be allowed to operate.”

He added that the salon owners understood the by-laws and the consequences of ignoring them.

Nice Hair Salon manager Alice Ong Lee Ruong was baffled by the rule.

“I would understand it if we were fined for allowing our women workers to cut the hair of Muslim men. But they were attending to non-Muslim men,” she said.

Ong, who had settled 10 summonses so far, wondered for how long she would have to pay fines.

“They are not cheap and we have to consider the high rental, salaries of our workers and other expenses,” she said.

Another salon manager, who declined to be named, said the council by-laws were making life difficult for hair dressers.

She had been issued four summonses so far.

Kelantan MCA information chief Tan Ken Ten said the by-laws were “not friendly” to non-Muslim business circles.

“The council, in its zest to implement Islamic principles in its by-laws, has caused hardship to the non-Muslim business community,” he added.

National PAS Supporters Congress chairman Hu Pang Chaw agreed that the by-laws should not apply to non-Muslim women cutting the hair of non-Muslim men.

He urged the council to review the ruling.,,,,,, — Domains for sale,,,,,, — Domains for sale




“Only when elections are clean and fair, can citizens be real masters of their own destiny and expect holders of public office to act accountably and effectively.”


The best of the best:


*** Only Bodoh Malaysia will pay money for licence plate number- It is better to spend money on Domains- Come on Malaysia don’t be Bodoh!!

Hottest car numbers yet
THE licence plate number WWW 1 will likely set a record as the most expensive vehicle registration number in Malaysia. The price could hit RM500,000 when bidding starts on April 30, according to Kosmo.

The tabloid quoted Federal Territory Road Transport Department director Nadzri Osman as saying that it was possible to reach that figure as they had already received everal offers that exceeded RM400,000.

Currently, the most expensive registration number is MCA 1 sold for RM300,000 in 2010.

“Those who wish to secure registration numbers of between WWW 1 and WWW 9999 should submit tenders, as they will be selling like hot cakes,” Nadzri said.

The department also projected that “hot numbers” WWW 3, WWW 8, WWW 9, WWW 11, WWW 33 and WWW 88 could be sold for more than RM10,000 each.


*** She graduated from GeorgeTown University ,USA — folks– her tuition and all the fun stuffs is paid for by the taxpayers’ of Malaysia. Thank you very much.

Malaysia U not good enough for the PM daughter.

PKR today revealed evidence that it said shows the government footed the bill for the engagement reception for Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s daughter.

Citing a banquet event order from Shangri La Hotel, which catered for the Seri Perdana event, PKR director of strategy Rafizi Ramli said the Prime Minister’s Office was billed RM409,767 for the reception.

“This is not a small matter. It may be just RM409,767, but it signifies the lax attitude of the government, starting from the PM to his cabinet ministers, who use taxpayers’ money for the personal luxuries,” Rafizi said.


Pissing match at Malaysis Bodoh
Pissing match at Malaysis Bodoh

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Bersih!!!!! Future of Malaysia

Ex-US envoy accuses Najib of undermining King

By Debra Chong
July 08, 2011 KUALA LUMPUR

Former US ambassador to Malaysia John Malott today accused the Najib administration of “demonising” citizens asking for free and fair elections by using all the powers at its disposal, including the armed forces.

In today’s online Wall Street Journal (WSJ) article titled “Running Scared in Malaysia”, Malott hit out at the Malaysian government, saying it “has pulled out all the stops to prevent an opposition rally this weekend”.

“Mr Najib has undermined the authority of the King, who gave Bersih and its concerns credence by meeting with its leadership and calling for a negotiated solution,” Malott (picture) said, expressing in strong words his views of the current administration.

Coming on top of an earlier WSJ opinion piece published a few days ago, the ex-envoy’s criticism in the influential international paper is expected to have an effect on the country’s relations and investments globally.

“This week, army units conducted crowd-control exercises with banners that said, ‘Disperse or we will shoot!’ The police set up roadblocks and arrested Malaysians simply for wearing yellow T-shirts, the signature colour of Bersih, a coalition of 62 non-governmental organisations, that demands changes in Malaysia’s electoral system,” Malott said in his article, noting that over 250 Bersih supporters have been arrested by the police, claiming that they are “waging war against the King.”

The ex-envoy also highlighted that Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin had stepped into the fray to defuse tensions by calling on both Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Bersih to resolve their differences in a spirit of harmony and co-operation for the good of the nation.

Malott, who was the US ambassador to Malaysia from 1995 to 1998, remarked that such a move had never before been taken by the King.

He said that Najib had reneged on his offer to Bersih to hold its rally in a stadium despite the audience with the King and that Bersih’s leader, Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan, is adamant to continue the rally at the iconic Stadium Merdeka after her meeting with Tuanku Mizan.

“Despite the government’s intimidation, thousands of Malaysian citizens of all races and religions are expected to exercise their constitutional right to assemble and call for free and fair elections,” he said.

Malott noted that the political situation in Malaysia is changing daily and appears to have become so volatile that “nobody knows what will happen tomorrow”.

He said Bersih’s main issue is not freedom of assembly but the fairness of Malaysia’s democratic process and the electoral reform movement, which Putrajaya has declared illegal, wants to know “how anyone can be opposed to free and fair elections”.

“It’s an easy question to answer. The United Malays National Organisation [Umno], of which Mr Najib is president, is the longest continuing ruling party in the world, and it is running scared,” he said.

He said unless electoral reforms are made as Bersih has demanded, “we will never know”.

“Tomorrow’s protest represents a brave step in what not just Malaysians but also the international community should hope will begin the country’s transition to full democracy,” he added, and urged Najib to “display his own courage and ensure that a peaceful rally that seeks the fundamental rights of democratic peoples everywhere does not turn into a bloody confrontation”.

Rosmah’s handbag to dominate Parliament


Handbag shocker
PAS leaders also plan to raise the issue of Rosmah’s prized handbags, alleged to be worth RM1 million and called on the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission to investigate the matter.


“This is not a frivolous issue at all. How can she afford such expensive bags. How come she and Najib can

spend so much beyond their means? There are serious issues. The RM1 million can be put to good use in building facilities in the rural towns, giving scholarships and so forth,” Mahfuz told Malaysia Chronicle.
Meanwhile, PKR Women’s chief and Ampang MP Zuraida Kamaruddin said the “spendthrift” ways of the first couple made nonsense of the warning given by Idris Jala, the minister in the PM’s Department, who in 2010 issued a wake-up call to the nation.


Idris had warned in no certain terms Malaysia could go bankrupt by 2019, the same way as Greece did. Yet instead of biting the bullet and leading the way, Zuraida expressed disappointment that Najib and Rosmah had chosen to “live it up” at the nation’s expense.
“Things are no longer the same. There is now a strong opposition in Malaysia and we keep questioning and grilling them. They can be stubborn and arrogant but they do so at their own peril. Voters will surely teach them a lesson in the next election,” Zuraida told Malaysia Chronicle.


Like the handbag, Barisan Nasional is also a well-known and trusted brand. It’s consistency over the years has made the party what it is today. “Vote for the brand,” urged Najib. “The candidate can be an idiot or orang gila, it doesn’t matter. As long as you vote for Barisan, you’re voting for quality.”