Kartika will not be caned

They just don't have the balls to do it.

KUANTAN: The Pahang State Legislative Assembly was told on Wednesday that the Syariah Court here would not amend the caning sentence imposed on Kartika Sari Dewi Shukarno just to fulfill popular demand – The Star Online

Serious? Well it looks more like State Religious Affairs Committee Chairman is having unstoppable diarrhea over the problem he is in. I guess they know that the whole world is watching and ready to jump on Datuk Mohamad Sahfri Ab Aziz, who then will be responsible for putting Malaysia on World News again. So now Datuk is buying time with this and that perhaps hoping the matter can be swept under the carpet with just a fine of RM 2,000.

As for Kartika, she has nothing to lose, one smart and brave women, turning away peoples request to appeal. She can write a book about her ordeal and it will become an international best seller.

CPI shows Malaysia is more corrupted than before

Corrupt Perception Index (CPI)
Posted by: rahumat

Malaysia slipped from 47 out of 180 to 56th amongst the countries survey. Something Malaysians should not be proud off. But appears like no one is taking this seriously. Year in year our our Auditor Generals come with discrepancies in the government accounts. There will be a big hue and cry for a whilst and it will die off as fast as it was brought to light. This year suddently our PM came up with plans. But what are plans when we know from history there are just something well known that the issue will be swept below the carpet soon. This year even the TI-M or Transparency International seem to be taking a back seat. Its president Datuk Paul Low said ".. has acknowledged Malaysia efforts to deal with coruption, although the CPI this year has declined"... The Star Wedneday 18th Nov 2009.

Looks like we Malaysians live with the fact that "its OK to be currupted" or probably 56 is not so bad anyway. In a recent survey done by the Merdeka Center for Opinion Research, the people in Malaysia ranked 7th in order of importance, cited economic situtation as the 1st. There was a recent article in the papers where survey amounst university students show that 30 % tolerate corruption. So the people are not serious about corruption, the government is not serious. Apparently only some political parties bring up the issues. Even then in some states it appear like some nit picking on small issues when the PKFZ appear to be a "not so serious issue". I think we should all wake up before the whole nations goes to the dogs. Political reform itself is not good enough. The government should be sincere.

We should emulate some nations who have transparent procurement and cotract system which are available in the internet. Our leaders must be bold to take action against wrong doers. If our PM makes a statement on the Auditor Generals report that we may not charge all in the court......" What type of departmental action would they do; transfer a officers who "stole" millions of ringgit worth of drugs in police custody; or do nothing when an officer was responsible for land mismanagement. If appears that "we sympathise with them, we do not want them to lose their pension, etc". So every government servant knows that unless he is charged in court, he can retire peacefully even if he has amassed millions of ringgit belonging to the rakyat. The answer to fight corruption is simple; heads must role; mismanagement must be eradicated; we should start the clean up right from the top. Several nations have done this successfully.

Any department head who cannot fulfill the KPI should be terminated not transfered.. There must be departmental regulations to deal with corruption; not wait to charge in court. Even in court, the inefficiency of the investigators have literally "thrown many cases out of the windows". Its simple - get a good lawyer - find a loop hole and you emerge as a hero. When are we going to stop this. What are we waiting for? If we want to reduce street crimes by 20%, we should also have a KPI to reduce our CPI too.

Malaysian Bus Service - getting worse

Bus Company : Ekspres Sutera

Plate No : 7877

Destination : KL - Ipoh

Date : 14/11/09

Departure time : 2pm (from KL)

The driver is smoking in the bus along the way. Inside the bus there's no ventilation, therefore the passengers inhale the smoke which is very heavy.

Thank you for highlighting your experience onboard express buses. Now at least I am not the only guy exposing wrongdoings in this blog.

I hope more will come forward and post a long list of worngdoings.

Together let's highlight issues of public transportation and put more pressure to the people in charge to bring change.
By wrongdoings_rapidkl, 21-Nov-2009

I wasn't sure on which bus should i take to Ipoh at that point of time because it was my first trip taking public transport.
Not only did i experience this, the bus was half hour late to leave from puduraya. (-.-)"
By marianyong, 22-Nov-2009

Police killed 5 Indian men - then claimed they are criminals

IGP must act to restore confidence

The recent police shoot out in Klang that killed five suspected criminals is regrettable and deeply disturbing.

Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Musa Hassan righty said that the responsibility of the police is to protect and rescue law-abiding citizens, and not to protect criminals who kill to escape arrest. It is clearly within the right of the police to act in self-defense and protect the lives of innocent by-standers. If the police really acted in self defense as he claims, then there is absolutely no reason to question them for their actions. However if otherwise,as claimed by many, then we have some serious problems to address as we had lost five young Malaysians at the prime of their lives who were yet to be proven to be criminals.

The IGP strongly denied all allegations by various quarters including some members of parliament that the police was trigger happy and only targeted the Indian community. These are serious allegations that have instilled fear and anxiety in the minds of the vast majority of the Indian parents regarding the safety of their children who are decent law abiding citizens.As Indian parents we fear the safety of our young children when they are out with their friends even for healthy activities.

While the IGP’s reassurances are welcome he must do more to allay the fears among the people as a number of questions remains unanswered regarding the recent shooting in Klang where five suspected criminals were shot dead by the police.So far we only have the police side of the story which the people are not willing to believe as result of past experiences.

This is not the first time for such a controversial police action. A number of similar shooting incidences before were ignored despite calls for thorough investigation. This has created a negative public perception of the police. These perceptions may be wrong but the onus is on the IGP and the police to correct it with some urgency as the fear among the people for their safety in genuine.

The shooting must not be made into a racial issue as that will only lead to cover up and pushing the problem under the carpet. Instead it questions the professionalism of our police force and the IGP and the government should act to prove that the assault on the alleged robbers was in accordance with the set laws governing such operations. They must ensure that all rules were followed and all precautions taken to avoid unnecessary deaths.

Was indiscriminate force used by the police? What was the evidence to indicate that the suspects were the real criminals? Did the suspected criminals open fire at the police? These are the questions that need to be answered. This can only be done by a professional and unbiased investigation into the incident to reveal the truth.

Only by doing so can the allegations against the police be proven false and the negative image erased from the minds of the people at large. There have been too many such incidences that brings into question the reputation and integrity of our police which was held in high esteem. The IGP and the government must take this opportunity to restore the confidence of the rakyat on the police force as the true guardian of their safety.

Bar President's home attacked

From: "Samsuddin"
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 11:53:36 +1100
Local: Sun, Nov 22 2009 8:53 am
Subject: Are the Police taking any action? Are they seriously looking into it?

Malaysia: Molotov cocktails thrown at former Bar President's home -- a
"warning and a threat"

If politics is involved I am quite inclined to believe that if the right
force is responsible, there will be no clues available to find as the powers
that be may just go on a funny ride.

Of course two sides can play the same game. Let the games begin. What is it
that the former Bar President has done or threatened to do that such a
drastic action is on the pipeline? anyone care to hassard a guess? Surely if
the Poilce do some homework they will be able to close in on the potential
culprits unless the culprits are too big for them to handle.

Only a Malaysian arse-ole is capable of this

From: "Samsuddin"
Date: Sat, 21 Nov 2009 22:10:12 +1100
Local: Sat, Nov 21 2009 7:10 pm
Subject: Only a Malaysian arsehole is capable of that

I suppose everyone of you must have boarded a plane before. Ever encounter
any proud and arrogant joker like some sort of "Datuk" or "Tan Sri"
shouting at the top of his voice at the check-in counter? Read this one.
Very interesting.......especially the last bit ......hahahaha....

restaurants, traffic lights......

An award should go to the Virgin Airlines desk attendant in Sydney
some months ago for being smart and funny, while making her point, when
confronted with a passenger who probably deserved to fly as cargo.

A crowded Virgin flight was cancelled after Virgin's 767s had been
withdrawn from service. A single attendant was rebooking a long line of
inconvenienced travellers.

Suddenly an angry passenger pushed his way to the desk. He slapped
his ticket down on the counter and said, 'I HAVE to be on this flight and
it HAS to be FIRST CLASS'. The attendant replied, 'I'm sorry, sir. I'll be
happy to try to help you, but I've got to help these people first, and I'm
sure we'll be able to work something out.'

The passenger was unimpressed. He asked loudly, so that the passengers
behind him could hear, 'DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA WHO I AM?' Without hesitating,
the attendant smiled and grabbed her public address microphone: 'May I have
your attention please, may I have your attention please,' she began - her
voice heard clearly throughout the terminal.

'We have a passenger here at Desk 14 WHO DOES NOT KNOW WHO HE IS. If
anyone can help him find his identity, please come to Desk 14.'With the
folks behind him in line laughing hysterically, the man glared at the Virgin
attendant, gritted his teeth and said, 'F.. You!' Without flinching, she
smiled and said, (I love this bit) 'I'm sorry, sir, but you'll have to get
in line for that too .

Mahathir - the Senior Minister?

I would rather he be known as the SM - Senile Minister.

This just in. Risda chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik today suggested Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad be given the post of Senior Minister in Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s cabinet.

The former Malacca chief minister said Dr Mahathir’s wide experience as prime minister for 22 years – the era of various development projects to strengthen the economy – should be harnessed to help the progress of Malaysia and other Islamic countries.

He wasn’t joking but said it would be a little status for the acerbic politician who has been invited by countries such as Japan and Egypt to share his views and experiences.

While we are unsure if Najib will take to the idea, it has to be said the country did prosper under Dr Mahathir but at the great expense of a failure in human capital development, justice, freedom of expression and basic human rights.

But the good doctor has had 22 years in power and what more can he do as senior minister, unless it is for status purposes?

The various physical and economic developments started off with promise but have languished over the years, which no doubt Dr Mahathir blames on his successor. National car project Proton still requires government help and Dr Mahathir has insisted it will not be sold, now that his advice is being taken seriously again.

Msian Chinese stop being bullied rise and kill those pigs!

From: antipigs
Subject: Msian Chinese, stop being bully, rise and kill those pigs!

Remember altantuya?
Cold blooded killing to protect the Pigs regime.

They will get rid of all Msian Chinese the same way, one day.

Rise and fight for your life before it is too late!!!!

Democracy in Malaysia

From: "lee ah kow"
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 13:25:37 +1100
Local: Wed, Oct 28 2009 10:25 am
Subject: Re: Democratic Malaysia,.. are you worried the Chinese migrants might take over Malaysia ?

I have been told in no uncertain terms on many an occasion by Malays whose
fore fathers came to Malaysia later than my did to BALEK Tongsan if I do not
like Ketuanan Melayu. I don't have any relatives that I know of in China.
Mamat Mahathir's father came from Kerala but no one has asked him to Balek
Kerala. Badawi's ancestors were from China and no one has told him to Balek
Tongsan. I am a citizen of Malaysia.

Borne and bred here, I owe no allegiance to China and will never do. If things do not change there may come a day when the likes of people like me will have to stand up and fight for fair play. People like us have done nothing wrong and should not be
discriminated against. My ancestors and current family members have worked
very hard over the years and are still struggling very hard to find a place
in the Malaysian sun. we do not ask for handouts but we demand fair play. Do
not continue bully us or treat us with such comtempt.

This wrong attitude cannot go on forever. Enough is enough. We are not afraid of the threats now and then emerging against non Malays. There may come a day when we will have nothing to lose except our lives.

Govt paying RM12000 for a PC - can you believe this?

Posted by: davcel

Refer to news on november 1st 2009 title,"Credit card tax to stay"


and "Parliament paid RM12K for each computer"


and to support nkvk18 for previous post.

This is our PM reply to reporter on the credit card tax previously =
“Tunggulah dulu (We wait first). The Government also needs revenue. If we can’t hike up (the price of) anything, susah kita (it would be hard for us).

“Who is going to fund the nation’s development?”

I am thinking that our goverment can build revenue if goverment spend wisely. The recent news is really not a wise move by government to spend.

Ask any of computer user (RAKYAT), which type of computer you can buy with RM12K. RM363 for 80GB even 8GB is old technology HD? I can get 1TB for that price. RM320 for keyboard and mouse plus bracket? I think RM100 can make it. If let say RM5k per pc, then RM8K for installation? I think I am happy to take the job if Goverment only pay me RM1K, I am still earning.

Govenment should often go to PC Fair to know what the exact market price and the pc trend in today world.

I am very glad that one of our speaker, Fong Po Kuan (DAP-Batu Gajah), really speak up for our rakyat. At least now we know how government twist Rakyat money.

We should go for 1MALAYSIA, Rakyat didahulukan, Pencapaian Diutamakan.

Now we spend a lot of rakyat money to buy old technolody PC. totally opposite of the slogan.

To our beloved PM, Malaysia will have great amount of revenue if government spent wisely.

Why we(RAKYAT) need to suffer to pay the Credit card tax(RM50)?

why we need to buy expensive car?

Why we need to buy new spare part but the price keep increasing and

why can't we recondition old part?

Why out income vs buying power gap so high?

I am not sure IF government really pump in money for proton to join F1 but if yes, please withdraw it. For other I am not sure but for me I won't be proud even The F1 Team won cause it is wasting rakyat money even those company like TOYOTA gain profit also pull out from F1 Team.

In conclusion, I hope government will think of us(average and low income RAKYAT). We need government to help us not to take money from us. If you ask me for RM50 per Credit card, I still say expensive and I am not happy to pay it even RM1.

Please correct me if my comment is totally not correct.

Dr M: Anwar right choice to bankrupt S'gor

Wasn't it Dr M who trained Anwar during their many years together in the past?

From: "*.*abuahkowmuniandy" <*...@tmnet.net.my>
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2009 19:14:54 +1100
Local: Mon, Nov 16 2009 4:14 pm
Subject: Dr M: Anwar right choice to bankrupt S'gor

The man who led this Nation for more than twenty years and left it in a mess
with the country famous for its corrupt practices and a Nation divided on
racial lines and a legalised system of government equivalent to South Africa
in those days, now tells us that Anwar is the right choice to bankrupt

Just shut up old man. Your time is drawing very near and your end is

Miss Malaysia

From: Akhmad Bin BejaD
Date: Tue, 03 Nov 2009 12:23:18 -0600
Local: Wed, Nov 4 2009 2:23 am
Subject: Miss Singapore

One of the main reasons why in recent years the Singapore Government has
always ensured that their Miss Universe representative were of tertiary
level education or higher was because of the following incident which
occurred not too many years ago. It is the final round of the Miss
Universe Pageant and the 3 finalists, Miss USA, Miss Malaysia and Miss
Singapore are being asked 3 simple questions:

MC: The first question is name me an electrical appliance starting with

Miss USA: Lamp

Miss Malaysia: Light bulb

Miss Singapore: LADIO

Judge: No, no, Radio does not start with the letter "L"

MC: I am going to give you 2 more chances; The next question is name me an
animal starting with the letter "L"

Miss USA: Lion

Miss Malaysia: Leopard

Miss Singapore: LABBIT

Judge: No, no, no, Rabbit does not start with the letter "L"

MC: I am going to give you one last chance, if you answer this question
incorrectly, you are disqualified.

Name me a fruit starting with the letter "L"

Miss USA: Lemon

Miss Malaysia: Lychee

Miss Singapore, with full of confidence, smiles and says: LIEWLIAN !

This is not the end of the story, the Judge consulted the board of judges
to determine if Miss Singapore should really disqualified; and they
decided that since Miss Singapore was having as many problems with the
letter "L", the decided to give her another chance.

Judge: OK, the final question is name me a human anatomy starting with the
letter "L"

Miss USA: Lung (applause)

Miss Malaysia: Liver (even more applause)

Miss Singapore: LAN CHEOW !

Judge: ?????????!!!!

Muslims as migrants

From: "101lee" <101...@tmnet.net.my>
Subject: Muslims as migrants

No Muslim should be accepted as migrants to any country that believes in
practicing SECULAR Law and freedom of faiths and a right to change their
faiths as and when they are inclined to without fear of being pressured or
threaten of being killed. These migrants if they do want to be accepted as
migrants must agree to a few conditions such as

1) no sharia law to be applied

2)no requirement that their followers cannot change their believes

3)they must accept secular law

4)their place of worship is to be a place of worship and not a place for
instigating their flock to violence against anyone. Any Jihad activities
exhorting their flock to commit violence against others or exhorting suicide
activities is strickly forbidden and punishable by expulsion or indefinite
jail term if no other country wants them

5)Failure to comply to any of these conditions mean indefinite jail term
until they are return to their old country or until some other country
agrees to take them in. Any citizenship rights is withdrawn and their
citizenship or permenant resident status is withdrawn

A place in the Malaysian sun

From: "101lee" <101...@tmnet.net.my>
Date: Sun, 1 Nov 2009 13:49:18 +1100
Local: Sun, Nov 1 2009 10:49 am
Subject: Re: A place in the Malaysian sun

I am indeed very surprised. No one seems either to care or want a fairer
system. No one has bothered to comment. It is indeed very strange.

"101lee" <101...@tmnet.net.my> wrote in message

> Is it so difficult to formulate a policy to ensure that every citizen gets
> a chance to have a level playing field without theis divide and rule?
> Division can never be a solution to peace and harmony.
> There is a need to help those requiring help and a need too to limit the
> excesses of those who have plenty. No race, creek or colour or religious
> fervour should be allowed to run rampant in absolute control.
> We have to recognise efforts put in and reward those who excell in their
> efforts. There is no such things as being borned more equal than others.
> Everyone has a right to pursue excellence and be provided opportunities to
> do so. The best must not be stopped from doing so. Fair play and fair
> competition must prevail. Society will progress for the betterment of all
> concerned.

Just Close Down MCA. It is no more relevant to the Chinese

> > > n Oct 29, 4:13 pm, "Eric Chia" wrote:
> > > > Friday October 30, 2009
> > > > Don't speculate, Yen Yen tells party members
> > > > Friday October 30, 2009
> > > > Don't speculate, Yen Yen tells party members.....Lapdogs- Hide quoted text -

No need to close. Just rename it as Millionaire Chinese Association.

Miss Akua (Singapore) and Miss Bapok (Malaysia)

From: beng1 <5191...@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 3 Nov 2009 08:43:13 -0800 (PST)
Local: Wed, Nov 4 2009 12:43 am
Subject: Miss Akua (Singapore) and Miss Bapok (Malaysia)

This Miss World transexuals looked more beautiful than Miss Singapore
and Miss Malaysia, any time...