Most Sabahans feel insulted by Merdeka Day

From: "Ir. Hj. Othman bin Hj. Ahmad"
Date: Sun, 30 Aug 2009 18:04:31 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Mon, Aug 31 2009 9:04 am
Subject: Survey: Most Sabahans feel insulted by Merdeka Day

Sabahans make up more than 13% of the population of Malaysia but they
are insulted by the Merdeka Day celebration which is historically
incorrect and has no meaning to true Malaysians.

What should the result of the survey be in Sarawak that makes up
another 12% of the population of Malaysia?

Read the result of the survey in my blog

Only 50% of the Chinese in Malaysia are willing to fly the Malaysia 's National Flag

From: wakalukong
Date: Sun, 30 Aug 2009 20:07:30 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Mon, Aug 31 2009 11:07 am
Subject: Re: Malaysia National 31st Aug - Constitution of Malaysia,.... Only 50% of the Chinese in Malaysia are willing to fly the Malaysia 's National Flag on 31st Aug . 2009

Yesterday , 30th Aug . 2009 ,
on the Malaysia TV system ,

a Chinese programe broadcasted by mts - 1 put out a polling to the Chinese in Malaysia concerning the National Flag of Malaysia.on 31st Aug. 2009 .

Only 50% of the Chinese in Malaysia said they Chinese in Malaysia would
fly the National Flag of Malaysia on the 31st of Aug . 2009 .
the Other 50% of the Chinese in Malaysia said they would not fly the National Flag of Malaysia on 31st Aug 2009.,

Chua Soi Lek Sacked From MCA for sex scandal 2 years ago

From: beng1 <>
Date: Thu, 27 Aug 2009 06:45:42 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Thurs, Aug 27 2009 9:45 pm
Subject: Chua Soi Lek Sacked From MCA for sex scandal 2 years ago

They took nearly 2 years to take such an action. Obviously this is
politically motivated. Do you need 2 years to decide if that guy in
the video is Chua Soi Lek?


1. Minister Horse Riding

2. Minister Yelling and Screaming

Permatang Pasir defeat - blow for Muhyiddin

By now I bet most Malaysians just like to listen to the wisdom of our dear DPM Muhyiddin Yassin. For the fun of it, of course. Now the result of Permatang Pasir is out, we all know that the wind blew directly on his face, after he claimed that “there is a wind of change blowing in the constituency”. Perhaps we all misread his message, that the wind of change that he referred to was the wind of change from Mar 2008.

As pointed out by RPK’s analysis, PAS effectively safeguarded its original margin of victory in 2008 despite fighting in a by-election confronted with carrot (”promises of development”) and sticks (intimidation) from the ruling block Barisan Nasional.

Let’s examine these perspectives:

25% of Permatang Pasir voters are Chinese, who are predominantly opposition supporters, especially in the immediate aftermath of Teoh Beng Hock affair, which was extensively covered by Chinese media but conspicuously missing (or twisted) on Malay media;

It is commonly known that many Malaysians of Chinese descent nowadays work in large cities, as far away as Singapore. I won’t be surprised many of the 25% Chinese voters belong to this category.

The polling is on a Tuesday, not even Monday or Friday. So a very long extended weekend is needed if those voters who are outstation wish to go home and cast their vote. They likely wasted their votes yesterday.

The final voter turnout is 73%, much lower than 82.6% in 2008, a drop of 9.6%
25% of total voters of 20,350 is 5,087. Assuming the average turnout applies across the board, there were 4,201 in this group who cast their votes in 2008, versus 3,713 yesterday. A drop of 488.

As analysed by RPK, PAS obtained 65.5% of valid votes yesterday, compared to 66.39% in 2008, a gap of mere 0.89%. PAS was actually missing 390 votes to bridge the gap. It seems that these 390 votes may very well be the missing votes from those outstation Chinese voters – 80% of 488 above.

In other words, the wind of change as demanded by the rakyat in 2008 is still blowing very strongly in the direction of Pakatan Rakyat.

Najib Speak Out Against Caning of Kartika

Najib speaks out against caning amid international attention

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 25 – Datuk Seri Najib Razak today urged Islamic authorities to only enforce physical punishment as the last resort, in a thinly-veiled reference to a Syariah court decision to cane a Muslim woman caught drinking beer.

In his speech at the launch of Women’s Day celebrations here, the Prime Minister said Islam encourages its followers to repent for their past actions.

“Islam is about compassion and mercy, physical punishment should be the last resort,” said Najib, without specifically mentioning the Kartika Sari Dewi Shukarno case.

“Most importantly, it presents an opportunity to correct and to redeem oneself. I hope the right people will hear what I said,” he added.

His statement came hours after it was revealed that Pahang Syariah Court of Appeal would revise the decision to cane Kartika.

Earlier, Najib had urged her to appeal against the decision in a sign that the federal government was trying to avoid the punishment from being carried out as the case has attracted international attention and caused embarrassment to the administration.

Kartika was caught drinking beer in a hotel in Najib’s home state of Pahang. The part time model was fined RM5,000 and sentenced to six strokes of the cane.

Yesterday, religious authorities gave a last-minute, temporary reprieve in the case that has stirred passions over the increasingly strict enforcement of Islamic law in recent years.

Kartika was detained by prison authorities yesterday but was then released.

Legal experts have criticised the caning as it could open up the state government to legal action.

Sex Scandal in Penang Buddist Temple

From: Rainbow 虹
Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2009 03:46:27 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Sun, Aug 23 2009 6:46 pm
Subject: Re: Sex Scandal in Penang Buddist Temple

On Aug 23, 9:11 am, beng1 <> wrote:

> This is truly an insult to all religions, not just Buddhist!

> For a full reviews of all the pictures, visit


Many people are stealing in the name of religions.
The priests are paid more than $10k monthly for them talk rubbish
every Sunday, for example

A Muslim woman, wife of Singaporean, to be caned..for in Malaysia

Sukarno is not a bad looking woman.
for canning .

I like to see her ass.
hope there will be a movie of her ass
from this canning process.

Aug 21, 1:54 pm, baldeagle wrote:

The Muslim wife of a Singaporean is in the news around the
> CNN, Associated Press, Telegraph,...and others the first woman
> to be caned in SE Asia...for drinking beer.

> Apparently, the Foreign ministry of Singapore pretend not to know.
> Beer drinking, a social practice common in the USA, in Europe and in
> more advanced countries in against the Muslim Law...the law
> in Malaysia.;.
> In fact, beer drinking is as common as drinking coke, coffee or tea.
> Cannot understand why it is immoral to drink beer in certain primitive
> society....they certainly have weird customs. It is laughable...

Andy Lau's father-in-law died in Malaysia

Last wish of Carol Chu's dad - to see her wed Lau

THE last wish of Carol Chu's father was to see his daughter finally settling down with Hong Kong superstar Andy Lau, China Press reported.

The elder Chu had expressed sadness many times that his daughter had to contend with "hiding behind the lenses" as the unofficial Mrs Lau but he could not do anything as it was her choice.

There was talk that Lau had bought property in Malaysia in Carol's name in a bid to lessen the family's disappointment.

The couple had planned to marry in April but the wedding was called off at the last minute and postponed indefinitely after it was leaked to the media.

The elder Chu, 73, died on Tuesday after a five-hour surgery to remove a blood clot.

It is not known if the superstar would attend the funeral, the paper said.

A RM100,000 funeral would be held for Chu and the cost, including for the purchase of a coffin, was borne by Lau and the Chu siblings.

The daily also reported that Lau and Carol had returned to Malaysia to visit Chu before his death.

Equality is for Monkeys

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From: "Observer"
Date: Sat, 22 Aug 2009 07:06:53 +0800
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Subject: Equality? Keep on DREAMING, you monkeys!!!!
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See here, whilst sada's main points were about
POLITICAL equality....notice that we cunningly
TWISTED it into a RACIAL issue to demonise
the fellow....and then we ATTACK this RACIAL
point that we ourself that we DO NOT
need to address those GLARING inequalities that
he mentioned in his speech that has NOTHING to
do with RACE or is inside getting
discounts when buying condos and being REWARDED
for losing BILLIONS.

See how smart we are to side step the real issues
and bring up the RACE issue to fool you ordinary
peasants to support us, and even give us a BIGGER
blank cheque?

So grow up....we have already stated it...EQUALITY
is high falutin and is NOT practical.
So let us the elites to continue in this feudal system of
inequality so that we can squeeze you buggers more and
more and then declare that we are doing it for your
own good, ok. And JAIL and fine you if you disagree
with our unequal declaration.

Hope that you can be happy to continue to be our
beloved PEASANTS....

The doctor who is causing all the deaths in Malaysia

From: "Ir. Hj. Othman bin Hj. Ahmad"
Date: Fri, 21 Aug 2009 18:32:44 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Sat, Aug 22 2009 9:32 am
Subject: The idiot that is causing all the deaths in Malaysia

I have been reading comments on the statements made by this idiotic
doctor this week but this is the original word made by him.

They are indeed idiotic and full of conjectures, devoid of any fact at

What figure does he have to use 20 times as the estimate for the
number of cases of swine flu? If this estimate were used, then the
same estimate should also be used for normal flu that does not have
any formal testing at all, so the rate for normal flu is only 0.02/20,
i.e. lower than 0.001% for the whole year which is consistent with the
US inflated estimate(0.01%) of Normal Flu deaths, where 50% of
pneumonia deaths were attributed to Flu using a special unproven and
unsubstantiated model. In 2001, only 257 were confirmed to have died
of flu, instead of thousands.

BAsed on the early confirmed results, it was 0.4% for Malaysia. It was
more reliable in the early days because tests were actually conducted
on suspected cases and deaths. It was still under reported but so were
the deaths.

Many unnecessary deaths that will not happen if it were not for the
Swine Flu, were not reported as swine flu induced deaths as this
stupid doctor had suggested, but wrongly indeed. Almost all deaths
reported all over the world are not due to swine flu. The 15 figure
quoted by him here is just a stupid guess. But all over the world had
the sense to indicate that swine flu is the contributing factor
leading to their deaths because without swine flu, they will not have

With such idiotic doctors being widespread in Malaysia, it is not
surprising to note that many deaths were under reported. In fact, I
have just heard a rumour that a suspected swine flu patient were put
next to patients that mysteriously died one after the other.

These deaths were never diagnosed as being due to Swine Flu because
they were hospitalised for other diseases, but will become fatal if
exposed to swine flu.
Don’t spread the panic, too

THERE has been much alarm over the rising number of cases and fatality
rates and rightly so, because influenza A(H1N1) is a very infectious

While alarm and widespread panic is not necessary, there exists the
pressing need to restrategise and implement mechanisms and Standard
Operating Procedures (SOP) for the prevention of secondary bacterial
pneumonia. A(H1N1) spreads by droplets and so is easily transmitted.
The director-general of Health calls it a high attack rate.

For a country of 27 million, struggling with this crisis since April
this year, and with national and international transport being so
widely used, 4,200 reported cases so far is severe under-reporting.

There are probably 20 times the number of cases out there that are not
reported. Because of this, many countries have stopped trying to
report the number of new cases.

Unfortunately, 67 have died in Malaysia. But if you were to be
objective, 67 deaths, out of a possible 70-80,000 cases, gives a death
rate of 0.08%. Still a bit higher than the usual seasonal flu death
rate of 0.04%, but surely not anywhere near panic proportions.

A closer look at the deaths revealed that 80% were A(H1N1) associated,
or were incidentally found to have contracted the virus, the virus by
no means causing the death.

We can call this A(H1N1) associated death or death with incidental A
(H1N1) infection. So, if the certification of death is proper, it may
be that only 15 deaths were actually due to A(H1N1), giving a fatality
rate of 0.02%. This is why we need to consolidate measures that are
already in place.

This should include a national level SOP whereby all affected patients
with secondary bacterial pneumonias would be immediately triaged for
intensive tertiary level care.

There is no cause for panic but we should all be vigilant.

Dr Ng Swee Choon
Committee member
Medical Affairs Committee,
Federation of Private Medical
Practitioners’ Associations Malaysia.

Malay experts says Teoh Beng Hock commit suicide

From: Tetuang
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2009 04:56:01 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Mon, Aug 17 2009 7:56 pm
Subject: Re: Malay experts says Teoh Beng Hock commit suicide !

On Aug 14, 12:10 pm, Penang wrote:

> Yeah...

> After all the money we taxpayers paid to get them educated, we still
> got those Malay "experts" saying unbelievable things in the court

> One such "experts" just say that Mr. Teoh Beng Hock committed
> suicide !

> What a fucking sick joke !!!!!!!!!!

So my friend--what's the truth???

Sack Incompetent MACC Chief

From: Politikus
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 05:18:53 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Fri, Aug 14 2009 8:18 pm
Subject: Sack Incompetent MACC Chief!

Dato' Sri Haji Ahmad Said bin Hamdan probably has the hottest seat in
town... ;-p

MACC Chief Commissioner, Dato' Sri Haji Ahmad Said bin Hamdan should
be sacked for demonstrating sheer incompetence in the investigations
over the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) RM12.5 billions scandal.

The PKFZ special taskforce which was set up only in June 2009 has
within a period of 3 months determined with strong evidence of about
RM1 billion in fees charged by PKFZ developer, Kuala Dimensi Sdn Bhd
(KDSB) “to be either over-charged, unsubstantiated or even possibly
fraudulent”. This amount which is described by the taskforce as “the
tip of the iceberg” constitutes nearly 30% of the overall project cost
of RM3.522 billion, excluding interest costs.

The scandal includes possible fraudulent claims on electrical
infrastructure worth RM55.8mil and 33kv supply works and civil
infrastructure works worth RM83mil which were never carried out. No
documents and justifications were also provided for more than RM550
million in charges and variation orders.

Despite the fact that the first Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) report
which was made way back in December 2004, and as many as 3 further
subsequent reports were made with regards to PKFZ by Ronnie Liu on
various corruption, abuse of power and mismanagement allegations, the
ACA and subsequently, MACC has found absolutely nothing worthy of
detailed investigation on the project and closed all the above files.

Even after the chairman of Port Klang Authority (PKA) which owns PKFZ
had himself filed an MACC report in May 2009 based on the
Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) report on PKFZ, the commission has
continued to make little or no progress on the investigations.

In fact, despite the size and scale of the scandal which implicates
corruption and abuse of power to the highest levels, including several
ministers and prominent elected representatives, MACC has not even
conducted any interviews with the ministers, including Tun Ling Liong
Sik and Tan Sri Chan Kong Choy, as well as the other BN politicians.

Hence the findings of fraud and over-charging by the PKFZ special
taskforce has proven the complete failure, ineffectiveness and
negligence by Ahmad Said and MACC, whether intentional or otherwise
for the latter could not detect any of the various misdeeds which
added up to RM1 billion of tax-payers' monies. In line with Najib's
call for “people first, performance now”, Ahmad Said must be held
accountable and hence resign or be removed from his position.

What makes the whole circumstance repulsive is the fact that while
MACC had neglected mega-scandals like PKFZ, they have left no stones
unturned in their efforts to detect corruption among DAP and Pakatan
Rakyat representatives in Selangor, even if it means going to the
level of check every RM100 receipts!

It is MACC's reckless and relentless pursuit of such political
victimisation that the political secretary to Selangor state executive
councillor, Ean Yong Hian Wah, the late Teoh Beng Hock was found dead
at the premises of MACC, all for a RM2,400 transaction involving the
purchase of Malaysian flags.

A new Chief Commissioner should be appointed to ensure that MACC stops
being a political tool of the Barisan Nasional government to harrass
DAP and Pakatan Rakyat MPs and state assemblymen whose total combined
allocations does not exceed RM20 million while completely neglecting
the real corrupt sharks which have fleeced the country of billions of

18 Malaysians die in road accidents every day

Ong: Roads take 18 lives daily
Thursday, 13 August, 2009, 8:01:13 PM
Transport Minister Ong Tee Keat said statistics showed that, on average, 18 people died on Malaysian roads daily with many more seriously injured.

'Anwar a traitor' - said Muhyiddin

'Anwar a traitor': Show of support for DPM's remark
Yesterday, 14 August, 2009, 10:58:51 PM
About 2,000 Umno members gathered in Batu Pahat to back party's deputy president Muhyiddin Yassin, who had labeled Anwar Ibrahim as a traitor to the Malay race.

Malaysia to cancel Internet filter after international condemnations

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 12 — Malaysia is to cancel an Internet filter tender that drew comparisons with China’s “Green Dam” project and triggered an outcry from opposition politicians as well as criticism from industry bodies, a source told Reuters. No one from the industry regulator, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission, was immediately available for comment.

The body has said the tender was for a study of Internet usage so as to boost Malaysian content on the net and that reports of a filter were “sensationalised”.

A copy of the tender documents, seen by Reuters, appeared to contradict that statement.

Wanita Umno to take action against Loke - Women vs Man

Wanita Umno to take action against Loke
Monday, 10 August, 2009, 9:52:30 PM
SEREMBAN, Aug 10 - Wanita Umno is to take action against DAP Socialist Youth chief Loke Siew Fook after it has been ascertained that he had indeed posted a statement insulting Islam on his website

Wanita Umno chief Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil said she had received a text message (SMS) from Loke denying that the posting was his.

Vampire H1N1 : 6 new deaths 38 in total

A(H1N1): 6 new deaths, 38 in total
Yesterday, 11 August, 2009, 12:21:09 PM
UPDATED 5.52PM The death toll arising from the Influenza A(H1N1) has shot up to 38 today with six new fatalities reported by the Health Ministry.

The Great Wall of Malaysia

Yesterday, 11 August, 2009, 4:19:15 PM | Manjit Bhatia
COMMENT Since the MSC was first mooted, no policy development work worth its name has been made to forge Malaysia into the future, much less in becoming the hub of science and technology.

Umno increasingly desperate

Umno increasingly desperate: Anwar
Yesterday, 11 August, 2009, 4:44:52 PM
Its ‘politics of race and hatred’, he says, can be refuted by Pakatan Rakyat’s ‘clear and principled’ arguments drawn from the federal constitution.

Govt now says study is on Internet usage only

CYBERJAYA, Aug 7 — With the government at sixes and sevens over a controversial plan to filter the Internet, the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) today clarified it is only proposing a study to “gauge the use of the Internet in a positive and safe manner”.

The commission said reports on the study has been taken out of context and sensationalised although information, communication and culture minister Datuk Seri Rais Yatim confirmed this morning that authorities aim to police the Internet to shut out smut.

However, prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said later in the day that the government will not censor the Internet.

Rais confirms to shut out ‘blue sites’

written by danny, August 07, 2009

didn't they say the same thing on the ISA law when it was first introduce - only for communist and not for politician.

I don't buy BN and Rais' lies.

Pornography DVD and VCDs are easily available in any pirated CD outlet, take care of that first! don't talk cock, walk the talk!
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written by Ed Micheals, August 07, 2009

No matter how this idiot of a minister skins it, censorship is still censorship. He can disguise it as protecting children from unsavory materials, he can say that it is for the benefit of racial harmony, it doesn't change the fact that the government is practicing "The Government Knows Best Policy", which incidently, Najib claimed earlier on that is not what they are doing.

I don't need to Government to tell me what I can or cannot do. I was raised by my parents to know better. Hence, it is the job of the parents to ensure that their children are raised and protected from unsavory materials. There are an overabundance of net filters out there. Some free to download that parents can use to protect their children from unsavory websites. All it takes is just a simple download and install. Done. No more pornography for people (children included) who does not have the password.

Its the parent's job to be parents. Not yours... Mister Moronic Mister Sir (that means you Rais)...

This Government has completely lost the plot. Its amazing how Najib is passing the batons and stewardship of this country to relics who does not understand nor care to understand the mindset of its people. Times have changed dear Ministers. And like the times, so too have the people. Either you change with the times, or make way for people who are in the know.

Either way, come next election, I will do all I can to get rid of this ancient-backwards-thinking government. Count on it!
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written by yv, August 07, 2009

remember what they said they introduce ISA? It was mean to deter communists. They didn't remove the law when the communist threat is over. They keep it and used it to detain political dissents. Now, they tried to filter the web??
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written by CBS, August 07, 2009

come on, all of us know ur intention well, u r going after anti-BN blogger, shut "blue sites" is just an excuse u using to justify ur decision.
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written by Leno, August 07, 2009

What is internet porno has to do with Najib and Musa? If you don't want see, dont see. Nobody beg you t to!! Don't be fooled. They are disparate to cover up their own ills by stopping the freedom of speech of Malaysia.

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written by prorakyat, August 07, 2009

this will be a tool like MACC is for anti corruption turn into a weapon against the opposition. watch this space. Dont be nevermind nation and forget.
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written by YNWA, August 07, 2009

TQVM Rais,

You are helping UMNO-BN to dig his own grave further down, come GE13!
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written by Jake, August 07, 2009

so much of a no communist country, and yet the Malaysia's government following what China are doing. it's all started with porn, then sensitive issues, blogs then before you know it, even Facebook are block. Leave the Internet alone!
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written by Average Joe, August 07, 2009

What about the people who committed incest, rapists who got away, and child kidnappers? Don't punish innocent people for someone's else mistake!!!
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written by K. Kamal, August 07, 2009

Desperate people, desperate measures.... pleaase dont go all moral on us folks, just an excuse to block opposition sites from spreading the truth! Shame on you old man!
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written by frags, August 07, 2009

This is BS. If it can be used to filter porn, it can be used to block any other website. I do not trust the government.

Besides what about client side internet filters or softwares that block porn site? Shouldn't it be the duty of parents to regulate the use of internet for their children? Shouldn't the government look at educating parents to use existing software to make internet surfing safe for their children?
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written by Skeletor, August 07, 2009

"Those who refer to themselves as liberals or liberalism should look to those countries that have become victims where child sex has happened, the moral of pornography has become widespread. So the government will look at ways to overcome this problem,"

Excuse me Mr. I Live Under a Coconut Shell Orphaned Grain (Rice Yatim), child sex has been happening a lot even before the advent of the internet. The highest of them being incest. So I think moral problems existed for a long time already. The idea that blocking porn from the internet will curb these ills is preposterous and it insults the intelligence of every Malaysian. While I'm no supporter of internet porn (in fact there are some really sick stuff out there), this approach of "Green Dam" filtering is akin to slapping a band aid on a badly infected wound. It will not solve the problem.

If you ban it on the internet, those "resourceful" people will find a way to get the porn they want. And who knows, may even create profitable criminal enterprises for it. Just look at what happened to America during the Prohibition Era, where they banned the consumption and sale of alcohol, other than medicinal and religious purposes. Those 10 years or so of Prohibition actually enriched the crime syndicates and eventually laid down the groundwork for a nation wide crime syndicate known as the Mafia. Try to imagine of the same were to happen here? It's not impossible you know!
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written by apple, August 07, 2009

Setting up infrastructure to block out forbidden websites is a big project, Rais may see that he and umno crony can siphon out millions into their pocket ... after all , at this bad time, big projects are hardly come by.

in internet world, setting up websites or duplicating servers content are so much easy ... just like NEP imposing quota here and there, foreign investment can alway find other countries to go ..

Singaporeans can not throw rubbish in singapore, but they will throw it here ... malaysians not allow to drink beer locally , they can alway fly to thailand, other asean regions to drink .. at the end the government lost the revenue and all the investments opportunities.
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written by M S, August 07, 2009

From Noel's comment....because he is the son of someone in the government.
I think if he is the son of someone from PR, definitely this guy will kena teruk2.
The mainstream media esp utusan and the tv's will repeat the same story for the next one month just to humiliate this person.
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written by prorakyat, August 07, 2009

this will be a tool like MACC is for anti corruption turn into a weapon against the opposition. watch this space. Dont be nevermind nation and forget.
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written by malaysian, August 07, 2009

Yeah...the once used to be wise man has turned to be an old stupid nut. So you think the kampung rapists rape their young ones because of internet phonography influnce ??? When they don't even know how to access them??? You must be the greatest Learned FOOL to think such. Come on seen it once seen it twice seen them all, it becomes a bore. Because of curiosity those kampung folks turned to be rapist. Do you know that in European countries provided a legal street of shophouses to cater for sex craze people and you be suprised it turned out to be diserted most of the time. Good luck to you this country will turn to be another Arab...
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written by Simon, August 07, 2009

Put Internet Filter in place, what about other social issues?Alcohol, prostitution, drug, etc?.....Internet user will just move from pornography to sex industry only, which is even worst, then come sexual transmitted disease, and the list goes on and on. Better just go lock everyone up in the prison lah. Problem solved.
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written by Jason, August 07, 2009

Pretending to be so concerned about children and pornography? But didn't do anything about the MAS co-pilot guilty of possessing child pornography, because he is the son of the MACC chief.

Useless people in BN. Every decision is made to benefit themselves, but they like to give excuses that it is "for the good of the people".
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written by Hasmawi Hassan, August 07, 2009

We should start petitioning the Multimedia Supercorridor (MSC) International Advisory Council (IAP) to speak out against this move and to boycott the MSC if this idiotic move is implemented.

This move is totally against the MSC Bill of Guarantees:

As part of its commitment to ensure the success of MSC Malaysia Status companies, the Malaysian Government promises to fulfill the following Bill of Guarantees:

1. Provide a world-class physical and information infrastructure.

2. Allow unrestricted employment of local and foreign knowledge workers.

Ensure freedom of ownership by exempting companies with MSC Malaysia Status from local ownership requirements.

4. Give the freedom to source capital globally for MSC Malaysia infrastructure, and the right to borrow funds globally.

5. Provide competitive financial incentives, including no income tax for up to 10 years or an investment tax allowance, and no duties on import of multimedia equipment.

6. Become a regional leader in intellectual property protection and cyberlaws.

7. Ensure no Internet censorship.

8. Provide globally competitive telecommunications tariffs.

9. Tender key MSC Malaysia infrastructure contracts to leading companies willing to use the MSC Malaysia as their regional hub.

10. Provide an effective one-stop agency - the Multimedia Development Corporation.

We have to act NOW...
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written by conspiracy theorist, August 07, 2009

why so sudden in war against porno? the people should never allow this restriction to take root because it will soon expand in the most unobtrusive manner on other areas such as news portal & blogsphere.

just look at isa, 1st against communist, then against undefined 'national treats', later against oppositions, then against people with different views (i.e. rpk), then detention as a protection for civilian (sin chew journalist).

there is no way we must allow another draconian rule. nip it at the bud. bn know there is way they can win the cyber war because they of their misdeeds. political progress in malaysia can only be achieved through internet!
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written by I Love Stimyex, August 07, 2009

Aduhai... becoming more and more like China!!
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written by WJL, August 07, 2009

There are so many ways to begin with to evade the green dam. Proxies are a start, and VPN's not too bad. So what're they gonna do? Ban everything? And who will draw the line as to what is banned and what is not?

I can't believe our ICC Minister is so outdated and slow. Can we please choose someone who's more tech savvy?
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written by Silly Rais, August 07, 2009

Filtering dont work. And it slows the Internet. Internet is already slow. Putting the filter will just make it worst. The only beneficiary will be a crony company with a multi million contract and who will subcon it to someone else.
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written by lightbulb, August 07, 2009

Noel, just to add on to your point - the MAS co-pilot who is the MACC chief's son! who posessed the child pornography in Australia walk free ...
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written by lightbulb, August 07, 2009

Noel, just to add on to your point - the MAS co-pilot who is the MACC chief's son! who posessed the child pornography in Australia walk free ...
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written by Kev, August 07, 2009

Haiya ppl got PhD in law ma... how many Malaysian ministers have a PhD in law? Besides, he's also a veteran politician. Who dares to hentam him back? "In the Land of the Blind, he who can see is King" - remember that.
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written by rexis, August 07, 2009


Everybody knows what they up to, but they still pretend innocent.

- scrap car, bullshit: environmental friendly, reality: boost car sales, save Proton.
- biodiesel, bullshit: environmental friendly, reality: boost palm oil demand, jerk up price, and rakyat benefit neither from high palm oil price or low.
- plant more forest, bullshit; environmental friendly, reality: permanent reserved forest clear cut to make may to plant more rubber "trees", to increase rubber production.
- Malaysian green damn, bullshit: internet environmental friendly to children, reality: you know I know, everybody frigging know, just they pretend dunno.

Child pornography? So is our MACC prince aka MAS co-pilot one of the "victim"?

Internet censorship! Malaysia is turning into a COMMUNIST country. GOOD JOB on promoting CENSORED broadband. We are on the way building our own Malaysia boleh version of internet great wall. Bravo!

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How it should be done? As if internet is some local network that you can easily block things on the firewall.

Is it like the China Green Dam where they force install on each new PC? Or is it some simple twigs on the ISP like how government "promoted" Or is it some gigantic hardware firewall mounted in the main telekom hub?

It is gonna be a big mega project, 4 companies? Which 4 companies? What is the criteria to select any of them? Are they having any connection with the gorvernment? Will we ever know what justify every single penny spent? How do we implement it? How do we maintain it? How do we ensure that it is not something futile or useless? How do we make sure that this is no a giant white internet elephant? And most importantly, WHO IS THE ONE TO DECIDE WHAT TO CENSOR?

But I just can't help but to think what really lies beneath the noble mask.
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written by Elf, August 07, 2009

No to censorship, especially by the Malaysian government.

This is just the start. They'll try to pull the wool over everyone's eyes by targeting some "immoral" activity. Once that's achieve, they'll enlarge the scope of what they define as "bad" for Malaysians. Before you know it, most of the websites that they find disagreeable will be blocked.

Any censorship is a dangerous thing.
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written by qamalhamzah, August 07, 2009

Nothing to worry..just make sure vote BN out in next GE...then the issue will be solved lah...
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written by OrangRojak, August 07, 2009

It would be interesting to know what the filter will add to their current blocking technique, which is to poison TM's nameservers. We saw that when m2day was blocked, and again when The Malaysian Insider reported Teresa Kok's PM Question about blocked sites.

That could easily be extended to the other ISPs by simple agreement, with a list maintained by the Polis, or by the courts. So what extra will a gazillion Ringgit project give us? They have something that ALREADY WORKS - what is this going to be?
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written by Analyzer, August 07, 2009

I'd really love to see the government try to censor the Internet. Even the China government has failed to do such a thing, what more Msian government. Any IT or tech savvy student would know that it is impossible to censor anything on the Internet.

It's a sign of dangerous times when the government is trying to be the Big Brother and block information at this time and age of the Internet. It's a form of suppression. They'll start by filtering out porn sites, but it's a beginning of things to come. Soon, they'll start to block m2day, at other left wing sites that don't kow tow to Najib's administration. I dare the government try to filter the Internet.

They're miserable attempt to block sites such as, which featured a lot of Nazri Aziz and the PM's son frolicking about with girls (which definately make them look bad). They already started censoring the Internet as we speak.

As I said, their meager, miserable attempts will fail. Najib, remember, if you try to keep your people suppressed, and controlling the free-flow information of the Internet, you and your government will fall.

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written by qamalhamzah, August 07, 2009

Nothing worth to listen from this half past six minister....from Selsema Babi to Green Dam...what the use to have law PhD as he is not even know how to respect the basic right of the him out next GE...
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written by islandman, August 07, 2009

You could have MACC to catch all the coruptors but is this working? We could have Police to fight the criminal but is this working?

We should focus to educate our younger generation. We should have a better goverment to lead this country. We should vote wisely!

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written by manolito, August 07, 2009

Parents if you don't want your children to surf for pr0n, check out It's free. You can also talk to your kids. It's free, too.

I don't want our tax dollars to go to the crony who wins the tender and charges millions per year for installation, monitoring and maintenance. (Probably won't work properly, too.)
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written by foodforthought, August 07, 2009

"We cannot compromise on the protection of Malaysian children from pornography", neither should the Rakyat compromise in making sure that umno-bn is wiped out in the next GE.


From: Penang
Date: Mon, 3 Aug 2009 07:36:55 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Mon, Aug 3 2009 10:36 pm

On Aug 3, 1:10 am, "HBFYWGFX" wrote:


I don't think the cop will say so

Instead, they will say that the opposition kills him to blame arm no,
and couples of DAP / PKR guys will be thrown into jail, and maybe hang

ASEAN : club of Corrupted power

From: prophet Muhammud the Child Fucker
Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2009 21:28:55 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Wed, Aug 5 2009 12:28 pm
Subject: Re: ASEAN : club of Corrupted power , with greedy hungry dictators and Corrupted ASEAN governments , ASEAN 's different national governments are ALL CORRUPTED

All governments in AsEAN are fully Corrupted .

the Supreme Court of Cambodia is fully totally corrupted ,
Mr. HUN SEN , prime- minister Cambodia controls
the Supreme Mafia Court of Cambodia,
Mr. HUN SEN is the Mafia Boss of the Supreme Court of
Camboooooooodia .

UMNO is the Mafia Boss of the Supreme Court of Malaysia,

US dollar Money is the Mafia Boss of the Supreme Court of

Thai King Bumibol is the Mafia Boss of the Supreme Court
of Thailand

Lee Kuan Yew is the Mafia Boss of the Supreme Court of

General Than Shwee is the Mafia Boss of the Supreme Court of

Lao Communist Mafia is the Mafia Boss of the Supreme Court of

Viet Communist is the Mafia Boss of the Supreme Court of
Vietnam ..

Chinese Mafia is the Mafia Boss of the Supreme Court of
the Philippines .

Did Teoh die because he refused to sign MACC false confession

From: Penang
Date: Fri, 31 Jul 2009 17:06:57 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Sat, Aug 1 2009 8:06 am
Subject: Re: Did Teoh die because he refused to sign MACC false confession

Look, this place where Altantuya was murdered, and now TBH is
murdered, is a hell-hole

There is no justice, no truth. Nothing good can come up in this piece
of crappy land

On Jul 31, 1:57 am, "holding" wrote:

> Teoh can only die if he was murdered.

> Teoh cannot be interrogated because there was nothing charge against him.

> He cannot be interogated after 5 pm

> Why was he held to the point of death

> The only possible reason is, Teoh being threaten with death to sign FALSE


> If Teoh is killed for refusing to sign False Confession at the expense of
> his own life, TEOH is the greatest hero in Malaysian history. A man who
> choose death then to betray his country to gangsters of " al Capone '
> category and defend his dignity well and to the end