Showing posts from September, 2011

Utusan got FUCK

Sometimes people forget the internet and youtube are the most powerful weapon in the world. So newspaper like Utusan should not think they control the people. Yeah! with the power behind and money in front, Utusan is truly 1Malaysia Screw

Here comes the BRIBE

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak said today the government is seeking to do away with the quota approach in building the capacities of the bumiputera as it does not serve the purpose.

Instead, Najib said, the 30 percent bumiputera equity quota only hampered capable bumiputera entrepreneurs from developing their abilities.

“We want to do away with quotas, but we will support (bumiputera entrepreneurs) to grow.

“If we give quotas, they will rest on their laurels and not gain expertise to manage their businesses,” he said.
Answering a question from the floor at a question-and-answer session at the Khazanah Megatrends Forum 2011 in Kuala Lumpur, Najib said setting a quota “does not mean anything”.

“(The bumiputera entrepreneurs) will sell off their shares when the prices are high and only a small percentage of the amount allocated for bumiputeras will be left (in bumiputera hands),” he said.

As such, the PM said, the government will “go on a different footing” in affirmative action by finding “…


Notice all the goodies coming our way. It is nice to know that only when the General Erection, ooph I mean the Election is about to be announce we get plenty of support from the ruling government. Money for this and that etc. But the funny part is that the potholes in my area are getting bigger and bigger. The drains are still stagnant with murky liquid. The illegal ooph the new voters like Indonesians, Bangladeshis are doing a jolly good job at running unlicensed stalls and other business. The police are still selling drugs to the Chinese. The police are still running the gambling dens. TNB is still going around fiddling with the meters to cover their high standard of living. Telcos is still charging incredible imaginary calls to consumers. The judges still not writing judgements. The AG still screwing his staff. Everybody is still going about doing what they should not be doing. At the end of the feel good weather, we will still be lump with a big rock in front of us. So enjoy this little sce…

Shocking or marketing

A TRUE STORY - VERY SHOCKING Very Shocking....... . This is a real story of a young college girl who passed away last month in Shah Alam. ... ... ... Her name was Priya. She was hit by a truck. She was working in a call center. She had a boy friend named Shankar. Both of them were true lovers. They always talked on the phone. You would never find her without handphone. In fact she also changed her cell connection from Digi to Maxis, so that both of them can be on the same network, and save on the cost. She used to spend half of the day talking with shankar. Priya's family knew about their relationship. . Shankar was very close to Priya's family as well. (Just imagine their love) Before she passed away she always told her friends 'If I pass away please burn me with my handphone' she also said the same thing to her parents. After her death, people cld'nt carry her body, A lot of them tried to do so,but still can't. Everybody had tried to carry the body, the resul…

Kampung folks are not stupid

CAKAP TAK SAMA BIKIN Mahathirs House in The Mines built on a huge piece of land easily worth RM 10 million Stop flashing your wealth, Mahathir tells BN leaders Aidila Razak Sep 22, 11
Change your image and do not flash your wealth in order to change the perception that the ruling coalition is corrupt, former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad told BN leaders today. Addressing 400 of them in Kuala Selangor, including BN elected representatives, the veteran leader said the coalition would otherwise continue to be perceived as "disgusting". "I find that many view (BN) as disgusting and that they openly state their rejection of the BN. "If we analyse this, we find this is because we no longer struggle to form the government, but to reap personal benefits," Mahathir said. Besides flashing their wealth by suddenly building "RM7 or RM8 million houses", which they previously could not afford, elected representatives also felt the need to "buy support&qu…

Haram or Halal Money

RM100m in annual gambling profits for education, says Najib By Shannon Teoh September 26, 2011 Najib yesterday delivered RM15 million to Chinese schools in Penang. — File pic KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 26 — At least RM100 million a year from gambling profits will be channelled into vernacular and mission schools in “close consultation” with Barisan Nasional (BN) parties, Datuk Seri Najib Razak said today.The prime minister said this when launching the “Community Chest” fund run by a consortium of tycoons that paid over RM2 billion for billionaire T. Ananda Krishnan’s Pan Malaysian Pools Sdn Bhd (PMP) in July.The Putrajaya-backed education fund spearheaded by Tan Sri Lim Kok Tay of gambling giant Genting Berhad, pumped an initial RM26 million to 61 mainly vernacular schools today and pledged to channel a minimum of RM100 million annually beginning next year.“The funds will be distributed in close consultation with the government... parties like MCA, Gerakan and MIC as well as NGOs... to ensure tha…

Let us stop the fraud by TNB together

Time and again we are being cheated by UMNOputras.
Today we are feasted with big makan, big ang pao, big stomach, big butts and everything BIG.
We are tempted by the temporary insanity of no worries and no burden.
But the truth will remain forever in our duration of life and in history that Tenaga Nasional Bhd one of UMNO government body has been and is still cheating us in broad daylight.
To stop this abuse we have to be ONE.
Today I am asking all Malaysians to show your support by signing the petition and demand for independent calibration of meters in this country.

In the name of money

Mecca for the rich: Islam's holiest site 'turning into Vegas'
Historic and culturally important landmarks are being destroyed to make way for luxury hotels and malls, reports Jerome TaylorNORMALLARGEEXTRA LARG
GETTY IMAGESA £690m expansion of the Grand Mosque in Mecca has begun to accommodate an extra 1.2 million pilgrims a year Behind closed doors – in places where the religious police cannot listen in – residents of Mecca are beginning to refer to their city as Las Vegas, and the moniker is not a compliment. Over the past 10 years the holiest site in Islam has undergone a huge transformation, one that has divided opinion among Muslims all over the world.Once

Malaysia loss China gain

We do not only have brain drain but long term investment drain all because of greedy leaders. Today China is very lucky to have Robert Kuok's money and help to develop China into one of the biggest investment market in the world.

Malaysia checkpoints easy money making centre

THEY had planned to spend three nights in Malaysia as part of their new year celebrations.The couple were held by Malaysian immigration officers when they tried to leave Johor Baru and enter Singapore at the Causeway, by car, on Jan 2. The officers could not find any stamps on their passports.But Singapore expatriates (above) Thorsten Tatzki, 41, and Ni Hao, 21, were forced to spend an extra two nights - in detention.They spent two nights in separate cells at the immigration office before they were released on Jan 4, after paying a fine of RM3,000 (S$1,270) each and another RM100 (S$40) each for a special pass to leave Malaysia.When contacted, an officer from Johor's Immigration office, confirmed that the couple were detained, but declined further comment. Our queries were routed to the director of immigration, who could not be reached for comment at press time.On Dec 30 last year, Mr Tatzki who is from Germany, drove to Malaysia with his girlfriend, a Chinese national, in a rente…

Turning orange peel into plastic

British scientists are pioneering a novel way of recycling that turns orange peel into plastic.The technique relies on high-powered microwaves that can degrade the tough cellulose molecules of plant matter so that they release volatile gases that can be collected and distilled into a liquid product.These valuable biodegradable chemicals can then be used in water purifiers, cleaning agents and plastics. Researchers behind the process say it is 90 per cent efficient and works not just on orange peel but almost any plant-based waste such as straw or coffee grounds.James Clark, professor of green chemistry at the University of York, said he is building a small demonstrator facility to show the novel recycling scheme can be scaled up in order to suit industrial applications."It will be able to cope with tens of kilograms an hour. We believe it is the right scale to prove to people that this is a viable technology," Professor Clark said."You dice the peel and put it into a mi…

Solicitors from Hell

There is a fine line between fearless and reckless. Rick Kordowski appears to have ignored the line completely, inviting the fury of 120,000 of Britain's lawyers, who are threatening to drag him before the courts.The 50-year-old from Essex provoked the anger of solicitors up and down the country when he set up his website Solicitors from Hell, which names and shames those members of the profession who are alleged to have provided a shoddy service.Thus far he has fought off repeated attempts by individual solicitors to shut the site down.Now, using their collective might, more than 100,000 solicitors represented by the Law Society have threatened him with legal action unless he shuts down once and for all.Mr Kordowski, a self-employed graphic designer, said he set up the website six years ago after solicitors acting on his behalf in a protracted legal battle with his local council failed to live up to his expectations.The website, which he sees as a "public service", has …

Confirmed Bangladeshi workers are Malaysian citizen to vote for UMNO

BANGLADESHI Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina told that she has been in Malaysia during her 6-day visit to South Korea and Malaysia last year.

At the last leg of her six-day tour, Hasina arrived in Malaysia on May 18 to attend the 66th World Islamic Economic Forum [WIFE] in Kuala Lumpur, the next day where she delivered a special speech. During her stay in Kuala Lumpur, she held bilateral talks with her Malaysian counterpart Mohammed Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak when some long standing issues, including legalizing Bangladeshi workers in Malaysia, were prominently discussed.

Highly placed sources claimed that during the meeting, the Malaysian prime minister assured Hasina of considering the issue of legalizing Bangladeshi workers to his country with utmost sincerity.

Today, Prime Minister’s office has allegedly received a confirmation from some of our citizens those working in several sectors in Malaysia since last year that they were given more than citizenships from Malaysian Government. In fac…