Monthly Archives: September 2010

MCA – Make Chinese Angry

MCA – Make Chinese Angry

Comedy Court’s Why MCA is damn funny but true –

MCA  equals to
Make Chinese Angry.

Why MCA, after 51 yrs of independence ur own race, is treated like  second class citizen?

Why MCA, after more than 50 yrs of supporting the Alliance/BN, ur own race appears to have to  beg to get a scholarship?

Why MCA, after more than half a century being part of the ruling government, many of ur  own race do not see they have a future in Malaysia?

Why MCA, despite being a partner in the BN, when a man said, ‘bath the keris in Chinese blood’ MCA still wants to support that man?

Why MCA, after so many yrs of being treated like irrelevant, MCA still cannot make the move to prove to ur own race that MCA is ‘alive and kicking’ and  still relevant?

Why MCA, despite your  ancestors having been in this country hundreds of yrs earlier than others, ur own race are called ‘Squatters/pendatang’?

Why MCA, despite knowing that the NEP is obsolete and had benefited only a few,  MCA does not have the bravery to stand up and say, ‘If the NEP is not dismantled, MCA will quit’?

Why MCA, you cannot work with people of ur own race for the benefit of every race in the country, but choose to work with a party which is using race to  create fear among ur own race?

Why MCA, even after 51 yrs of independence you can be so blind, to the extent of  not being able to see where ur own race is heading to?

Why MCA, you are still so obsessed to keep the status quo within the government, despite having  very few of ur own race in the army, police, petronas, GLC, TNB, govt dept, etc etc etc?

Why MCA, for how much longer are you going to hang around a government which dares to do whatever it wants, whenever it wants and whichever way it wants with or without you around?

Why MCA, are you going to  wait until ur own race becomes 5% of the total population, before you can get ur act together?

The video is at

***** the video is at

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

I am the Real

I am the real


Hard to detect fake Datuks without national


PETALING JAYA: It is easy to get away with a fake Datuk title as there is no national registry to verify the authenticity of datukships.

With thousands of Datuks in Malaysia, Sunday Star found that a person would have to check with multiple sources to find out if a Datuk is a genuine title holder.

Recently, one of the main suspects in the murder of millionaire Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya was purported to be a Datuk.

However, police enquiries in all states to trace who conferred the datukship drew a blank. The suspect had allegedly “bought” the title for the princely sum of RM180,000.

There are 15 different sources of Datuk titles – from the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, all states and the Federal Terri­tories. Currently, the official channels for authentication are the respective state secretaries of the states that confer the title.

The most easily accessible avenue is the Internet, but a check revealed that the information available online is often sketchy. There are piecemeal sources such as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and the Sultan of Selangor’s websites, but not a single, comprehensive source.

An attempt to find all the titles given out in 2009 – without referring to the respective states departments – did not result in a comprehensive list.

While the media publishes the head of states’ honours lists, not all states are covered.

Some reports specify the honorific title that comes with the award, and the number of awards given, but not a full list of names.

On the other hand, some reports only carry a list of recipients.

Rembau MP and Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin said a central, publicly-accessible database was prudent.

“It will be good to have a centralised database to check for instances of fraud, but not the decision to award the title – it is the right and prerogative of the state rulers.”

Transparency International Malaysia president Datuk Paul Low said that most people would not know if a datukship was genuine or not.

The former president of the Penang Datuks Council, Datuk Seri Nazir Ariff, said authentication of titles was difficult.

“There is no way to verify if what they (certain Datuks) say is true. Normally, they do not say which state they got their title from.

very good” future

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


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”.

Najib & your cronies in the BN

Another blast from Dr. Ronnie Tan Kee Kwong…

Without fear and favour..”, this heroic scion of

Tan Sri Dr. Tan Chee Khoon… .. an intrepid politician of his father’s mettle and character…

From the desk of Dr Tan Kee Kwong  14/8/2010

Dear Najib & your cronies in the BN,

I learnt with alarm that for the past 3 years, Petronas has given to the Federal Government 290 billion ie 290,000 JUTA! Wow, what a fantastic sum of money. Plaese Najib, Pak Lah & Mahathir, tell us the rakyat how you spent or wasted this huge sum of money.

As I have said before, Petronas as an entity was & still is quite a well run company. But the past 3 PM,s have ruined it all. By a special Act of Parliament passed in the 70’s PDA ie Petroleum Development Act, Petronas is only accountable to the PM ONLY. In the past we had 2 Oil Ministers who had no say at all. Even under PDA, the Minister of Finance has no say at all. Even the Cabinet cannot examine the true accounts of Petronas. What a shame. This is totally unacceptable. You can rest assured that the incoming Pakatan Rakyat Federal Government will change all that. those that have plundered the wealth of the nation had better watch out, you will be charged & sent to jail for a very long time!

Under Mahathir, Dividends paid to the Govt was about 2 to 3 billion annually. The so called Mr Clean ie Pak Lah forced Petronas to pay 10 billion then 20 billion finally to pay 30 billion. During Mr Clean tenure as PM  dividends paid was 10x what was paid during Mahathir’s time. Where did all this money go?  Mainly to finance all the budget deficits during his rule. A lot went to useless Defense spending. Also the nation only got 10 billion worth out of 30 billion!

In the 80’s& 90’s about 100 billion was spent from Petronas coffers to bail out Bank Bumiputra TWICE. Also during the finacial crise of 1997, Petronas was forced to buy MISC to bail out Mahatir’s son.

I remember in the mid 50’s my family stayed for 2 years in no 2 Jalan Penang. At that time there was only the Race Course there. As kids we enjoyed plucking the delicious rambutans there. Now it is so different.
At that time the HQ of Petronas was housed in Dayabumi. There was a severe shortage of office space as the Petronas operations expanded very fast.

Initially the plan was to build a new HQ in Jln Tun Razak, opposite the Royal Sgor Golf Club.(site of the present Prnce Court Hospital) That plan was aborted as the DCA(Dept of Civil Aviation) objected strongly as it was in the flight path of the Sungai Besi RMAF Air Base. Then Petronas went ahead to buy a piece of land in Jalan Ampang, behind Yow Chuan Plaza for only 30 million.

Suddenly Mahathir intervened & came out with a devious plan to steal the money from Petronas to enrich his special crony etc. First the was the outcry in the press on how the Race Course was causing massive traffic jams every week-end. So the Federal Government & DBKL decided that the Race Course must shift to Sungai Besi, its present site. If the land was sold/surrendered from the Turf Club to Petronas direct that will be perfectly OK. BUT the Turf Club was forced to sell its land to a very special  Mahatir Crony. Within a matter of a few months the special crony sold the land to Petronas at a huge price of 600 Million! The top brass of Petronas was instructed, CANNOT negotiate the price, just pay. How ridiculous, who pays 600 million without even a one dollar discount.
Please Mahathir, you were in charge of Petronas then who was the crony/individual involved & who others benefited.

Another ginormous scandal that cost the nation US100 BILLION. Recently Mahathir wrote in his blog site that 3 weeks before Pak Lah stepped down as PM he “gave’ the above land to Brunei. Wonder what made him do that, maybe in one of his naps in public he just assigned our rights to Brunei. I am sure it was not for free, many relatives & cronies benefited because this is a business deal, not an NGO doing charity.
In the past Petronas went into joint sharing agreements with Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia etc This should have been the case in Block L and Block M.

Sarawakians , plaese wake up. You stay in on of the poorest states in Malaysia. Your Ketua Menteri(Pek Moh) is so blatantly corrupt that even his BN broyhers in SUPP are complaining. And Pak Lah “gave”your wealth away to Brunei


UMNO/BN plase come clean on the real affairs of Petronas
Abolish the present PDA Act. Replace it with a better & more transparent Act that the financial affairs of Petronas MUST be accountable to the Parliament
Examine the real cause of the severe drop in FDI. Not only that even the local tycoons have very little faith in this country. Don’t you care. Every year at least 400,000 finish their SPM examinations. With this state of affairs what is going to happen to them?

Don’t just enrich yourselves, give a little bit back to the Nation!

Shut Down

Task force to look out for sensitive matter on Internet

KUALA LUMPUR: A special unit has been set up to look out for Internet postings that can ignite racial tension and cause disunity, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein.

The ministry would gather the expertise of its enforcement unit, the police, A-G’s Chamber and the judiciary to look into such cases.

Hishammuddin was asked to comment on a Facebook page that insulted Malay sensitivities.

Several groups, such as the Selangor Federation of Peninsular Malay Students, Gagasan Pendidikan Melayu Malaysia and Perkasa lodged a police report against the page at the Dang Wangi police station here on Wednesday.

On another matter, Hisham­muddin said his ministry had never taken sides when handling incidents which involved churches and mosques.

“For some cases, it takes a longer time to investigate and to be solved.

“But for the incident where paint was splashed on a surau, we were able to arrest the perpetrators within one day and got them charged,” he told reporters after visiting the Narcotics Rehabilitation Centre (Puspen) here yesterday.

He said the ministry handled all cases equally regardless of the race and religion of those involved.

Hishammuddin added that there were certain parties that wanted to raise these sensitive issues to create hatred and disunity among the people.

Hishammuddin was commenting on an article by Pantai Dalam MP Nurul Izzah Anwar on an online portal discussing the issue of Malay rights.

He also questioned the timing of the posting, and wondered whether it was related to the upcoming Parti Keadilan Rakyat elections.

“If it (the article) threatens national security and causes anger among the people, it is meaningless no matter what position we hold in the party,” he said.

He added the police would investigate the article if there was a police report lodged against it.

On another matter, Hisham­muddin said a recommendation would be made to the Cabinet to expand the 1Malaysia Cure and Care Clinic nationwide.

Individuals with a drug addiction problem could get consultation and treatment at these clinics.

The first 1Malaysia Cure and Care Clinic, which can accommodate 400 patients, started operations on July 1 in Sungai Besi and is providing service to 219 drug addicts.

Meanwhile, Datuk Seri Najib Razak said the public could trust the mainstream media as its reporting was based on facts unlike the alternative media.

The Prime Minister said some of the articles published in the alternative media such as online portals and blogs were “half truths and inaccurate”.

“The mainstream media has one strength which cannot be found in the alternative media – they are fact-based.

“If we read the mainstream media, intuitively we regard it as an authoritative report whose facts cannot be questioned,” he said at a breaking-of-fast ceremony at the New Straits Times Press office here.

“Its principles are based on facts, as compared to blogs which are personal, usually a one-man show and opinion-based.

“There must be a discerning public who can see the strength of the mainstream media.”