Monthly Archives: February 2010

Malaysians unemployed?

Five reasons why graduates are unemployed–I can think 100000000 reasons why local Msians are unemployed!!!READ BODOHLAND.COM AND YOU WILL BE EDUCATED.

1: they must be malay graduate?

2: tidak apa attitude

3:oh never mind-just show your Bumiputra malay card and you can get hired by the UMNO

KUALA TERENGGANU: Lack of industrial training and poor English are among five factors why graduates are unemployed, according to a study conducted by the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM).

Other factors are low problem-solving skills, job-hopping and lack of self-confidence, said Higher Education Ministry student development and affairs director Prof Dr Mohd Fauzi Ramlan.

He said as graduates were bogged down with their poor communication skills in English, they should improve their command of the language.

“They have themselves to blame if they fail to convince employers on their potential,” he said when closing a two-day graduate etiquette programme at Universiti Malaysia Terengganu here Saturday.

He said graduates should also avoid being choosy about jobs and shrug off bad attitude of preferring to work in ones’ hometown. – Bernama

All Malaysians got fucked!!!

I know you are all aware of the reasons why our car prices are artificially jack up.. This is just another reminder for you to resend to as many as possible to wake up as many as possible.

Just pure corruption in awarding the APs to a few …

Don’t forget the Toll Charges?

Yes! And brand new!

Toyota Camry 2.4L for RM69,396.00 (and not RM170,000.00)

Toyota Altis for RM46,000 (and not RM112,000.00)

Honda Jazz for RM36,000.00 (and not RM108,000)

Want more?

Read the following forwarded article…….by Syed Akbar Ali.
And know the actual prices of your dream car.

Car Prices In Malaysia
Digest this article, after that, you may need to vomit. What is the Malaysian Govt doing all these while. Ripping off our Rakyat for the last 30 yrs with APs designed to benefit a few well connected Bumis, the UMNO/BN have robbed millions of citizens in this fiasco, under the pretext of protecting our local industry. The Govt have forgotten we Malays are the largest customers in the country. What is the NEP policy doing ?? Ripping off the Malays (which forms 65% of the consumer base) to benefit a few UMNO politicians !!!

BMW 535i sells for RM178,000 in the US

In the United States of America (a developed country which we are also aspiring to become by the year 2020) a 2009 model BMW 535i Sedan is selling for about USD50,367.00. This is only RM178,000 – about the price of a Toyota Camry 2..4L here in Malaysia . The same BMW sells in Malaysia for about RM450,000.

BMW 328i sells for RM155,000 in the US

The 2009 model BMW 328i 2 door Convertible sells for USD44,014 or RM155,369.00 in the US . In Malaysia the same car sells for over
RM460,000. This is an untenable situation.

Audi A4 2.0T Cabriolet Convertible sells for RM142,000 in the US

The 2009 model Audi A4 2 Door 2.0T Cabriolet Convertible sells in the US for USD40,328.00 or RM142,357. In Malaysia the same car would sell for about RM265,000.

VW GTI 2.0T sells for RM85,000 in the US

In the US the 2009 model Volkswagen GTI 2.0T sells for USD 24,039 or RM85,000 only. In China the same car will cost around RM60,000. Over here the same VW car sells for about RM200,000.

And the 2010 model Toyota Camry 2.4L sells in the US for USD 19,659.00 or RM69,396 In Malaysia the 2008 Toyota Camry 2.4L sells for RM170,000. Toyota Camry 2.4L, 2010 model. RM69,000 in the US

Car prices in Malaysia are about three times higher than the prices in the United States . We are a developing nation. Our land and labour costs are so much cheaper than the US . Why are our cars so expensive? It does not make any sense. Tak masuk akal.

Then here are some car prices from our neighbour Indonesia .
The Toyota Altis sells in Indonesia for about RM46,000. The same car sells here for around RM 112,000. Again we are three times more expensive than Indonesia

The Honda Jazz sells here for RM108,000.. In Indonesia the Jazz sells for RM 36,000. Three times more expensive.

We are paying ridiculously high prices (and actually impoverishing the Malays – who are the largest buyers of cars in Malaysia ) to support an out of date, out of touch with reality motor car policy.

We are paying the highest car prices in the world to support the Proton and other locally made cars as well as support a mind boggling AP policy which only benefits a relatively few rich Malays. A disproportionately large number of Malays and other Malaysians are being impoverished to subsidise the wealth of a few inefficient rich.

26 million Malaysians have to pay three times more for their cars just to support Proton and 120,000 people who are directly and indirectly involved in the motor sector in Malaysia and the AP holders. That is a ratio of 216:1.

This ratio of 216:1 is too skewed. 26.0 million happier people can contribute many more votes than 120,000 members of an inefficient motor industry.. 26 million unhappy people can change a Government. (The maths is not really difficult here)

And this outdated policy is impoverishing the Malays more than anyone else.

Here is some news from our DPM Tan Sri Muhyudin Yassin about our car policy. This is truncated:

Muhyiddin assures govt support for automotive parts and component sector

1. KUALA LUMPUR, May 26 – The deputy prime minister said special focus will be given to “facilitate and encourage” the development of the automotive parts and component sector despite the current global and regional economic downturn.

2. “Under the CEPT and Asean Trade in Goods Agreements, Malaysia has agreed to eliminate import duties on all products in the Normal Track on January 1, 2010. This includes motor vehicles, auto parts and components,” he said.

3. He pointed out that the motor vehicle sub sector in Malaysia will not be directly impacted because of its heavy dependence on the domestic market.

4. “The Malaysian government recognises the contribution of the domestic automotive industry towards the development of the country.”

Para 2 sounds promising but then Para 3 and 4 basically says that the Malaysian motor car industry will continue to be protected. This means we will continue paying the highest car prices in the world for automobiles.

Cuba kita kira : kalau kereta Honda Jazz di jual dengan harga yang sebenarnya (lebih kurang RM36,000 saja) dan bukan pada harga sekarang (RM108,000) maksudnya bayaran bulanan pembeli kereta akan jadi kurang, mungkin sepertiga sahaja daripada bayaran bulanan sekarang.

Jika sekarang orang bayar RM1,500 sebulan untuk beli Honda Jazz, kalau harga kereta lebih menepati harga pasaran dunia, orang kita perlu bayar sekitar RM500 saja sebulan.

Maksudnya tanpa Kerajaan perlu membuat apa pun (merangsang ekonomi, belanja berpuluh billion Ringgit duit rakyat untuk stimulus dan sebagainya) setiap rakyat Malaysia yang membeli kereta yang seharga dengan Honda Jazz akan dapat menjimatkan sehingga RM1,000 sebulan daripada kos sara hidup bulanannya.

This is like giving the car buyer an RM1000 pay rise without incurring any extra costs for the taxpayer, the Government or the economy. It will greatly reduce the cost of living in Malaysia and spur greater economic growth too.

Tapi sekarang, yang menjadi mangsa dulu dan yang menjadi miskin dulu orang Melayu juga. Orang Melayu yang paling ramai sekali menjadi pembeli kereta dalam negara kita. Orang Melayu kebanyakannya makan gaji – tiap bulan dapat gaji tetap. Bila harga kereta naik gila, yang menjadi miskin di saf depan sekali adalah orang Melayu juga.

In absolute numbers, the Malays are suffering the most because they are the most in number among the fixed income people who also buy cars.

Some folks said the other day that Proton has 150 major component suppliers, dealers, distributors and about 500 other parts suppliers too. Of the 150 major component suppliers, about 15 of them are listed companies. In total they employ about 120,000 people. The Proton supply chain is a mix of bumiputras and non bumiputras. But here is a sad fact : none of them are operating at their level best efficiency.

Our motor car policy is forcing Malaysians to subsidise Proton so that Proton can sustain major inefficiencies in the Malaysian economy.. This is not a good thing at all.

We have to unwind this situation. Set a target of 18 months from now to unwind all protection for our motor industry. Remove the impoverishing AP policy also in 18 months. Let Malaysian car prices reflect world market prices for the same makes of cars.

If a BMW 535 sells for RM178,000 in America , it should sell for a little less here in Malaysia (our rentals and salaries are cheaper). Fw: Car Prices In Malaysia

The Ministers continue making pronouncements about the car industry as though nothing has happened. I hope everyone will please wake up. The Government has a real chance of getting thrown out of office in about three years. The people will not accept inept answers anymore.

The ridiculous car prices in Malaysia is an issue that is just beginning to get more attention and publicity. It is going to become a really big issue in the near future. Be forewarned.

Who wants to be a Millionaire??

If anyone of you wants to be a millionaire, you know where/how to contact me…do you?

I can show you the gold $$$$$$$$, but do you think I am going to show you the GoldMines?
I am a self made Datuk!!!

Million-dollar dream chasers

PETALING JAYA: Ever since he was 19, Shahabudeen Jalil has always dreamt of becoming a millionaire. To achieve his goal, he has been dabbling in a business importing products from China for seven years now.

He also has his own business consultancy which trains entrepreneurs on the methods of sourcing for products from China.

Now 27, Shahabudeen conducts lectures on the subject all over the country and makes trips to China at least twice a month with his clients.

He has been in the consultancy business for two years and has trained over 800 clients.

For Shahabudeen, being a millionaire would mean financial freedom and the opportunity to improve his mental and spiritual self.
Dreaming big: Shahabudeen is one of many youths who are chasing the dream of becoming a millionaire.

It will also give him the opportunity to travel the world.

“I believe that to be successful, you should do something that you like,” he said.

He had taken up an engineering course but found it not to his liking. After completing his A-levels, he worked as a car salesman for a year.

He then started the business importing products from China.

He believes that working for someone would limit the income he could receive.

“In business, there is no limit to what you can earn although there are risks. You will also have to be patient,” he said.

But he is realistic about his chances of being a millionaire. “If someone tells you that you can get rich in two months, they are probably bluffing,” he said.

Shahabudeen, who is confident of achieving his goal by the age of 30, is just one of many youths who have the ambition of becoming a millionaire.

? The Sunday Star in partnership with UTAR and is conducting an online survey on the topic of youths who aspire to become millionaires. If you are 30 and below, we would like get your views via an online survey at and

I am the one!!!

Anwar’s ex-aide offers info on RPK–what a joke–I am the one!!! He is here at


MALACCA: A former aide to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has come forward to provide police with information to help them trace fugitive Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Kamaruddin.

Anuar Shaari, 41, arrived at the Melaka Tengah district police station at 10am and spent about 30 minutes with Melaka Tengah OCPD ACP Salehhudin Abd Rahman.

“I gave him details and a written description, including the photograph of a Pakistani who may be able to provide information on the whereabaouts of Raja Petra,” Anuar, a former Finance Ministry officer, said yesterday.

Anuar, who currently runs a business here in Ayer Keroh, said he decided to help following police advice in connection with a press conference he had made on Feb 6 on the matter.

“Both men are very close and share similar expertise as media strategists,” Anuar said, adding that the Pakistani was based in Washington but had made frequent trips to Malaysia since 2004.

As to why he decided to come forward now, Anuar said he was merely passing on information to assist police in locating Raja Petra.

When met later, ACP Salehhudin confirmed meeting Anuar, adding that the information provided by him would be passed on to his colleagues in Bukit Aman.

Raja Petra is wanted for failing to appear in court on two occasions last year over a sedition charge. He is accused of defaming the Prime Minister’s wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, in an article on his website.

Mohd Saiful Bukhari

An Exclusive Interview with Mohd Saiful Bukhari

By Dreamweaver

As the sodomy trial of Anwar Ibrahim grip the nation, XYZ Network managed to secure an interview with his accuser, Mohd Saiful Bukhari who was anxious to dispel public doubts and reservations about his case. The interview was held in a posh condominium in an exclusive part of Kuala Lumpur. Also present was his Uncle Pet, an effeminate looking man with long hair tied into a pony tail. The spacious condominium with a spectacular view of the city looked luxurious with polished granite flooring, Persian rugs, dazzling crystal chandeliers and expensive rococo style furniture with gold trimmings.

XYZ:  Thank you for agreeing to be interviewed. My, what a beautiful apartment. Is it yours?

Saiful: No, no. It belongs to a friend. I’m just borrowing it.

XYZ: (looking at the personal photos on the wall). I could almost mistake it as yours. Anyway, let’s get down to business. By the way, we will be recording this interview on video. Is that alright with you?

Saiful: No problem, I want everybody to see how genuine I am. Just make sure you broadcast it widely and distribute it to RTM, TV3, Astro and upload to Youtube.

XYZ: Was that incident on 26 June 2008 the first time that Datuk Seri Anwar sodomized you?

Saiful: No! As I’ve said before, I’m been sodomized 8-9 times before. Poked here…poked there until I got fed up. There’s only so much sodomy a man can stand you know?

XYZ: Are you gay?

Saiful: (sounding offended) Of course not! I have a fiancée you know? We’re going to get married and start a family when this case blows over.

XYZ: Then why did you allow DSAI to sodomize you so many times? This must be very disgusting for you. Why didn’t you give him a punch and make a police report the first time? You’re bigger and stronger than him.

Saiful: Well, he’s a very powerful person. He’s the opposition leader. I was scared of him and worried about losing my job.

XYZ: Your RM1000 a month job? What can an opposition leader do to you?

Saiful: (rolling hi eyes) Well, ummm…ummm…he can get me arrested and beaten up? Maybe he can get Special Branch to come after me? Maybe even have me locked up under the ISA?

XYZ: Come on now, Saiful. An opposition leader doesn’t have that power?

Saiful looked at Uncle Pet for help. Uncle Pet leaned over and whispered in his ear.

Saiful: Of course you know, I was foolish and Anwar was my idol. I would do anything for him. When your idol asked you to bend over you would, right?

XYZ: So are you saying it was consensual?

Saiful: No! No! It was against my will. I swear it!

XYZ: You’ve already done so in a mosque. But your college mates say you hated Anwar’s guts.

Saiful: Oh no, I loved Anwar’s guts. I was a super-secret admirer.

XYZ: Normally a secret admirer doesn’t express the opposite but let’s leave that aside for the moment. Tell us what REALLY made you decide to go to the police after the last sodomy

Saiful: Well, my Uncle Pet here gave me the strength and the inspiration. He said, “Saiful, look at you. You’re earning a miserable RM1000 a month. Imagine what you can have if you… (ouch!)”

Uncle Pet was seen giving Saiful a swift kick on the shin.

Saiful: What I mean to say is that I can’t stand being poked any more. The pain, the humiliation, the disgust. I feel so…violated!

XYZ: And so you decided to turn DSAI in. But what is this about you meeting Datuk Seri Najib the Deputy PM at that time before you made your report?

Saiful: (sounding exasperated) This has already been explained many times. I was there to seek a scholarship and get his advice on my future career.

XYZ: You mean you could just drop in to see the Deputy PM at his house to ask for a scholarship and get career guidance advice? How many people can do that?

Saiful: Anybody. Pak Najib is a very nice man. He is always ready to help. Anybody can knock on his door. Just try it if you don’t believe me.

XYZ: In fact we’ve been trying to get an interview with Datuk Seri Najib for the past 6 months. But why do you need a scholarship when you’ve already dropped of college?

Saiful: Well, I was thinking of going back to study but I didn’t complete my course so I know it will be hard to qualify for a scholarship. Then I thought “Hey, I’ll drop in and see Pak Najib. He’s the DPM, maybe he can help”.

XYZ: It was also reported that you met a senior police officer, Senior Assistant Commissioner Rodwan at room 619 of the Concorde Hotel Shah Alam before you made a report.

Saiful: I was just seeking his advice on police procedure before I made my police report. I have to know what was going to happen.

XYZ: But why meet in a hotel room? Why not in a police station?

Saiful: Are you crazy? This is Malaysia. A witness can go into the MACC office and go out from the window. Some go into a police station and come out in a body bag.

XYZ: To be precise, you met SAC Rodwan on 25th June, a day before the alleged sodomy which was on the 26th June.

Saiful: So what? I know I was going to be sodomized again. I was just getting ready.

XYZ: So why didn’t you set a trap for Anwar with video recording and police bursting into the room to catch him red handed? I’m surprised a police officer didn’t advice you to set a trap.

Saiful: Yeah, but I didn’t want to waste public money. Pak Najib said the country should save money.

XYZ: OK, let’s talk about the day you made the police report on the 28th of June. Why did it take you 2 days after the alleged act to make a report? Haven’t you already decided to report Anwar after meeting SAC Rodwan?

Saiful: Well, I was embarrassed and humiliated about going public. I was also traumatized by it so I thought it over for a couple of days.

XYZ: But you were smiling and waving to the press after your police report.

Saiful: That was just for the TV cameras. I wanted to look handsome.

XYZ: You also went to work the next day and attended a PKR function at Anwar’s house in the evening where Anwar was also present.

Saiful: I had to keep myself busy to take my mind off the traumatic incident.

XYZ: Why did you send a friendly e-mail to Anwar to resign after he had allegedly sodomized you leaving you embarrassed, humiliated and traumatized?

Saiful: He was still my employer. I don’t want to burn my bridges. Maybe I may need a reference from him in future.

XYZ: Why did you seek a medical examination at Pusrawi Hospital instead of going straight to the police?

Saiful: I thought I should get a medical report that my ass was violated to bolster my case.

XYZ: But the doctor reported that he found no signs of penetration.

Saiful: That stupid foreign doctor! He doesn’t know how things work in Malaysia. When you look into a hole you have to close one eye right? He should have closed one eye when he checked my hole.

XYZ: So you went to a government hospital, HKL to make a police report and the police sent you for a medical examination by three specialists. It was widely reported that the report also came out negative.

Saiful: Aahhh…that is for me to know and for you to wonder. That medical report is still secret. Anwar’s lawyers tried to get it but the court refused. Heh! Heh!

XYZ: Why not just release the report if it will support your case?

Saiful: I’ll leave it to my lawyers.

XYZ: The prosecution claimed to have a DNA sample extracted from your rectum which implicates Anwar. How was that possible after 2 days?

Saiful: It’s possible because I didn’t shit for 2 days.

XYX: How did you manage to do it?

Saiful: It was tough but I had to do it. I ate as little as possible and didn’t allow myself to shit no matter what.

XYZ: This doesn’t tally with medical knowledge. When the anal sphincter is loosened a person finds it hard to control his bowel movement. Practicing gays have to go to the toilet when they feel like it.

Saiful: Mine was loose but not that loose.

XYZ: Wouldn’t it be easier to just go to the police immediately?

Saiful: Are you saying I’m lying?

At this moment, Uncle Pet interjected, “Look, different people have different amount of shit. Some need to shit everyday, some every 2 days and some every 3 days. Understand?” This was intoned slowly like a profound revelation.

XYZ: Understood. You’re full of…. Never mind. At the trial a tube of KY jelly was submitted as evidence. Didn’t you wash the KY jelly from your…err…asshole?

Saiful: I can’t wash away crucial evidence.

XYZ: So you didn’t shit and you didn’t wash your butt just to preserve the crucial evidence to nail Anwar. What an effort it must have been compared to just going to the police.

Saiful: Yes, I deserve a medal for my effort. Next question please.

XYZ: Look, we very much like to help you prove your case. Will you submit yourself to an independent medical panel arranged by us to check for anal penetration?

Saiful: What!? How dare you. My asshole is my private affair. I don’t reveal it to anybody calling himself a doctor. Get out! Get out of my house or I’ll say you sodomized me.

Sensing that the interview was over the team quickly packed their gear and made a quick exit with Saiful and his Uncle Pet hurling abuses at them.

Man posted doctored photos of Nik Aziz
JOHOR BARU: A 44-year-old blogger has been detained for allegedly posting on the Internet doctored pictures of Kelantan Mentri Besar Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat being sodomised by Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

It is learnt that the man had turned himself in at the Permas Jaya police station yesterday.

Kelantan PAS Security Committee secretary Major (Rtd) Mohamad Ibrahim had lodged a report over the matter at the district police headquarters in Pengkalan Chepa, Kelan-tan on Monday, after discovering the pictures on the Internet last Saturday.

Johor police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Shariff confirmed the arrest.

“The suspect has been handed over to the Kelantan commercial crime unit for further investigations.

“The case is classified under the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998,” he said.

The pictures posted on the Internet caused a stir among PAS leaders and supporters in Kelantan.

A local daily even quoted Nik Abdul Aziz as saying that the allegations were shocking and that the blogger had misused his talent.

This is the second blogger arrested over offensive postings on the Internet this year.

On Jan 29, Khairul Nizam Abdul Ghani known as Aduka Taruna from Rumah Rakyat Pancor in Paroi, Negri Sembilan, was charged at the Seremban Sessions Court for posting derogatory remarks of the late Sultan of Johor Sultan Iskandar ibni Almarhum Sultan Ismail on his blog.

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).

That ME!!!!!

American ‘may know where RPK is’–That ME!!but I ain’t telling!!

KUALA LUMPUR: A former aide of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has urged police to seek the help of an American to trace fugitive Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Kamaruddin.

Anuar Shaari, who is the Opposition Leader’s former political secretary, said the media strategist had been making frequent trips to Malaysia.

“He may know the whereabouts of Raja Petra,’’ Anuar told a press conference yesterday.

Raja Petra is wanted for failing to appear in court on two occasions last year over a sedition charge. He is accused of defaming the Prime Minister’s wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, in an article on his website.

Raja Petra Kamaruddin is here at

Calls to identify Raja Petra’s backers growing louder-  Raja Petra Kamaruddin is here at -safe and sound!!!


PETALING JAYA: Another Umno leader is urging the authorities to identify those who backed Raja Petra Kamaruddin, currently believed to be living abroad.

Umno supreme council member Datuk Dr Abdul Latiff Ahmad described the Malaysia Today news portal editor as a puppet to those who supported him.

He added that the priority now was to trace Raja Petra’s backers who might have a sinister agenda.

Raja Petra, said Dr Abdul Latiff, had to bear responsibility for all the stories that he had spun on behalf of these masterminds who supported him.

“Whatever stories spun by Raja Petra only benefited a certain individual or organisation. It is interesting to know who are the real masterminds and what they are up to,’’ he said, adding that Raja Petra was an “ideal puppet”.

Abdul Latiff said this in support of the growing number of Umno leaders calling on the authorities to identify those backing Raja Petra’s stay abroad.

Among those who had made the call included fellow Umno supreme council members Datuk Dr Puad Zarkashi and Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

Soon after Raja Petra was believed to be staying in a posh neighbourhood in London, Raja Petra had on Dec 31 uploaded photographs on his website suggesting that he could even be in Poland.

Two arrest warrants had been issued against him after he failed to appear in court on April 23 and May 23, last year for his sedition trial; where he allegedly defamed the Prime Minister’s wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor in an article on his website.

He is also accused of defaming Rosmah and two others in a statutory declaration made at the Jalan Duta Court complex on June 18, last year.

Dr Abdul Latiff said Raja Petra could be using a different identity abroad.

ISA-Please Shutdown all Malaysian websites!!!

************ ISA–Please shutdown all Malaysian Websites!!! and put those bloggers in jail-they are violating the Section443 of the internet policy****************

MCMC probes Sabah online news portal
KOTA KINABALU: Police are working with the Malaysian Communications and Multi­media Commission and an Internet service provider in their ongoing probe into the online news portal

Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Noor Rashid Ibrahim said investigations were initiated after several police reports were lodged two weeks ago over articles relating to an oil palm land dispute.

“Several groups and individuals felt aggrieved by the stories published on the site and lodged police reports, prompting us to begin our probe,” he said here yesterday.

He said police were investigating the news portal under Section 500 of the Penal Code for defamation.

However, he added, police had yet to record a statement from the news portal’s editor Mutalib MD or other individuals.