Wednesday, December 31, 2008


As we near the end of 2008 and rejoice the coming of 2009. Can we honestly say we have achieve our goal so far? Year in year out resolutions are made but never fulfilled. Will 2009 be the same like most times?

2009 will be a year of death, recession, unemployment, increase of crime and more people will not be able to feed their families. What is our role to help to ease the burden for the unfortunate ones? Many but are we going to make an effort or even lift our fingers to do something?

My resolution for the coming year 2009 will be the most important one ever in my entire life. The future of my child is at stake. As she sleeps ignorant of what is to come that will affect her entire and precious life.


Sunday, December 28, 2008

Internal Affair

I am not taking anyone’s side. But the internal bitterness is something that DSAI have to acknowledge and work out himself. I was part of the reformasi in 1998. I do understand the feeling of resentment and frustration certain parties are facing presently. DSAI has definitely changed. For better or worse belong to ones opinion on what you expect from him.

To have Khalid sitting on the MB seat is the biggest insult of all. He never supported DSAI in private or public in 1998. It was after DSAI had served time and was freed that Khalid became close to him, just because of certain dispute with the government. Khalid has never and will never be loyal to PKR. But Khalid does have a nose for smelling money.

The other issue is a certain top level person who need not be named because he will depart from this world soon.

Small or big whatever the problem, would it not be better if DSAI could spare some precious time to listen to their woes instead of having an attitude that things will work itself out?

Saturday, December 27, 2008

Brainless Friend

A friend of mine is loaded with cash she does not know what to do with it. I am not jealous neither do I envy her. I have never long to be rich or worship money. Friends and relatives who have known me since I was a child has never understood me when I replied that my destiny here is not being rich, having properties or any materialistic goods. My only treasure and gift from God are my five kids.

Back to my brainless friend who thinks that everyone around her need not work or have a money plant planted in their bedrooms. Every month she and another friend who is also brainless will organize high tea in four and five stars hotels ranging from RM45 per pax. They look down and bad mouth other ladies who do not attend these tea sessions. Then there is this alternative month of shopping spree overseas for women cum golfing session for their husbands.

Then they have a so called support day for orphan to show their caring side, which amount to just a show of face and having tea with the warden and staff.

This brainless friend is in the know that a few of us are in need of financial help. Instead of helping she has branded us like scam worst than beggars found in puduraya. To me, I have thick skin and my mouth one day will shatter her ego in public. In the meantime the rest want to continue to be plain and humble muslim and just hide their bitterness in their heart.

Stupid Government

Sometimes I find the government’s policies and way of doing things so damn childish and stupid that I wish I have a magic wand to turn those fools into rocks.

My nephew was forced to take a course that he did not apply for. Then after graduation he was again forced to do his Master because his degree is not recognized by our government. Now after completing that, he was told not to come back because there is no job available for him. Again he was forced to get a job or do his PhD. Other alternative he should apply for a PR since he is not obliged to serve the government or pay a single sen back. My nephew wants to come back but the people in JPA said NO. So why are the government and some idiots complaining about brain drain?

Will someone from JPA accord such privilege to my five children so that they do not come back to this corrupted and murderous country I call home?

Locals Jobless

Wow what a Christmas and New Year present for 4,700 local workers who are going to lose their jobs in three months time. So this is what happens when you have a corrupted government who does not care one single bit. Will these 4,700 workers going to protest and tell the government to get rid of the privilege legal and illegal immigrants? The answer is NO. Reason being locals can turn to crime to feed their families. They know that if they were to make a single sound the government has an easy method of shutting their mouth up. ISA or C4. In March 2009, Najib and Rosmah will be the king and queen by then. So from experience you and I know what to expect from them. Najib’s father is founder of ISA so the son Najib must ensure he uses that right to clam his neighbours and enemies into submission and be torture for life.

Rumor has it that new wings have already started construction in Kamunting ready in time for more guests to arrive after March. I wonder who will get such honor. Mahathir something maybe…………………………………

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Stop Talking

Now that everything has more or less settled down, could everyone just shut up and get professional help to seek compensation for losses incur during the recent landslide. Those affected should take the UMNO government, Khir, the Ex-Councilors and developer to court and hang them for murder. Stop blaming and asking for help from the present state government which has nothing to do with the disaster. What happened is the after effect of an inefficient and corrupted management that refused to think of the people? There were death and losses. Do not compromise with them. Malaysian leaders must be whip hard to know that we, citizens of this country cannot accept this kind of tidak apa mentality.

Look even our Prime Minister is sleeping and praying and hoping God will do his job for him. In his haste to move forward he chooses to glide in his fantasy rainbow and believed that he is the first and only one able to change the Malays and making many reforms that are questionable and hopeless. You cannot just change the shirt and say you are clean whereas your whole body continues to stink.

Next year is doomsday for most of us, as more foreign workers get to work and local will be jobless and force to turn to crime to feed the family. Our leaders and their cohorts will get richer leaving nothing for the future generation. What hope is there then? Maybe just maybe the middle class will wake up and say no more and throw the spanner at UMNO and MCA.

Last Hoorah

December is always a busy month for me. Year in, year out this particular month is a month of celebration and sorrow. I have to attend birthdays, weddings, celebrations, funerals, birth, gathering of fellowship and visits to relatives or friends in hospital. The swift of wave is so fury and fast that before I know it December has come and gone. Each year I feel hopeless I did not achieve much for this particular month. In a way it is good for my soul to find peace in December.

Last Sunday 22nd December the old boys of class 68/70 of MCKK celebrated their 40th anniversary. I enjoyed myself very much. I notice many of them are still very alert and energetic in spirit and mind. Would it not be possible to put them into good use for our future generation and this country? Many of them are talented in music and play. Now that most of them have retired and plenty of time to spare, why not do a musical play? Proceed collected can use as sponsorship for all-rounder students who are in need of scholarship to study overseas. I stress on all-rounder students because the ones with 7 till 13 As have time again proven they have difficulties in finishing their studies in Universities overseas. Our students should study in oversea universities because the local ones have questionable quality and standard because the owners of local universities have never been passionate about education but only money. Who does not want money? But hey! You can make passionate money and still instil good quality teaching.

As for their spouses, they can contribute by opening a cafĂ© or restaurant as a long term investment. Many of them are fantastic cooks and bakers. I know women are a bitchy lot but money profited can also help them to ease their medical and utilities bills. I honestly do not know why they cannot put aside their ego and work as a team. Women………………

Well time is very near for some and others will definitely get to meet again for the golden 50th anniversary. Count your blessing for being alive each day and May you perform a useful task a day for the rest of your breathing days.

This piece is dedicated to my uncle who passed away last week at a ripe age of 84. May he rest in peace.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Zamlah The Muslim Man

Open Letter to Zamlah the Muslim Man

As a muslim in name only you show others you pray five times a day. You walk and dress like a muslim. You work and talk like a muslim. You and your wife go to Mecca to show you are a muslim. You share your worries and lies to your relatives, friends and contractors like a muslim. But then you are a cheat and believe in your own lies like a crook muslim man. How well you live like a muslim knowing you have betray others who have help you become a millionaire and successful? But then your Islam is not the muslim way and my gift will be your biggest obstacle to your dying days.

Malaysian Police

Walk into any police station and you will notice the damp patches on the ceiling, the antique fans, air-conditions that is on but not cold and noisy, the broken tables and chairs, walls that crying for new paint, floors that been abused a million times and broken toilets that even the orang utan would not want to use and computers that takes ages to print, my latest experience took two and half hours to print out just one report. Yes this is the working condition of our fantastic police force. Millions are been spent to upgrade the police stations but then when your grandfather, uncle, relatives, friends etc are the main beneficiaries, so eventually many corners are cut or not done as should be.

Today I am writing not on behalf of anyone in particular but am disgusted by the condition of the environment our police personnel have to endure daily, knowing that the top five bosses are too busy looking after themselves especially when their retirement is just round the corner.

For the past five years crimes especially white collar have increased ten fold. The IGP and his deputy have not done anything to stop the growing rate. It is frightening to imagine that despite thousand of reports per day not once is it a priority of the IGP and his deputy to put an immediate stop. The police force pride itself with the latest equipment etc and so called experts in each respective field of crime but are helpless in the enormous white collar crime that besiege our daily lives. Take for example the numerous cheating or money laundering cases. For each and every report of such crime the first step would be to freeze all the accounts and then an immediate forensic accounting to track where the money has gone and put these people behind bars. Be it local of overseas there are plenty of ways. Through local and foreign experts, billions could be traced and brought back home. But the top brass at the police force choose to or rather have the tidak apa mentality like most civil servants who have been taught that the next person will take care of the problem. Like our present government we need to kick out the top twenty bosses in order to restore the credibility of our police force.

The second disgusting and the oldest crime been committed by our police is the accepting of bribes from motorists. It is high time that police cars and bikes be equipped with video so that every movement is recorded when they are working. Every time I go out of the house I witness police taking bribe. It is so sickening. Yesterday and the day before it was a group of six police officers near the Tun Razak roundabout and today in Section 14 Petaling Jaya. I know for a fact that police personnel will go rounding to find suckers especially towards the end and beginning of the month to pay their utilities bills. But please enough is enough. Have some decency and pride.

While it will take donkey years for the right person to really take his/her job seriously in the IGP seat, the morale of the rest of the police personnel is as good as dead.

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