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Friday, November 27, 2009


To all Malaysians of the Muslim faith



Jaguh Kampung said...

No 'Niamah'?

Awang said...

Hari Raya waktu bermaaf-maafan.

DPM, tolong tarik balik kenyataan 'Tiada Maaf Bagi Mu' dan menjemput Chin peng balik ke Malaysia.


Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Adha to all my non-racist Muslim friends :)

Now this is :( sickening.

a) PM elected Idris Jala (ex MAS chief) who said BTN needs to be revamped (failed KPI of 1Malaysia).

b) Big news now that BTN has political agenda as claimed by many distinguished characters.

c) DPM said BTN is not racist.

so now PM & DPM in a way not aligned. Either one of them is racist.

So who is racist ?

Anonymous said...

Selamat Hari Raya.

Semoga Nazri, Najib, Muhidin, Hishamudin sekalian bertaubat demi masa depan negara kita.

Din Mamat said...

Apa yang harus dikorbankan dalam Hari Raya ini adalah ego para pemimpin UMNO aga tidak berkelakuan rasis kepada bangsa lain.

AbrahamIbrahim said...

Sad to note that Malaysia in reality is not very peaceful, If you read the comments in various social bloggers, some called UMNO corrupted racists while some called DAP komunis. Biro Tata Negara is indeed a FAILURE !
Datuk Idris Jala has to set the right KPI for BTN otherwise he must as well FLY KITE (not wau of MAS) !!!

iwonder said...

Today I watched an excellent National Geographic prgram on RTM called "Inside Mecca". It's not preachy but throw positive light on true Islam.

I believe a true Muslim will be transformed to be a better person to care for all human beings fairly after they become Hajis or Hajahs.

I wonder how many of our politicians (especially those from UMNO) has gone to Mecca ?

Don't be Alim Alim Kuching BTN !

weehan said...

A tale of two cities
There is no better means of uniting the people than a common enemy. If one is not available then create one. Hitler has his Jews and Karl Marx his Bourgeoisie. Throughout history in time honoured manner man has created bogeyman to manipulate and control other.
Not surprisingly then the Chinaman has become the bogeyman to unite the Malays. What better ways to unite them than to tell them that they are under siege and their land is being robbed?
The sad truth is that by producing this illusion and creating the disharmony the Malays are further enslaved and their progress and growth retarded. For under this myth the authority inevitably turned to failed policies and missed the real enemy - competition with the rest of the world.
Here is where the tale of two cities begins. One creates an enemy within its walls while the other unite its people to face the challenges of an interconnected world.
Under the leadership of Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore has united its people to face the challenges of a competitive and borderless world, where merits and competency rule. The most competent man gets the job irrespective of race and creed. The incompetent is made competent. The weak is made strong. Enhancing skills and competency through training and education became the policy. Diversity is celebrated. Those capable are rewarded. Those weak are helped.
In contrast, Malaysia adapted a race base affirmative action that has led to free handout to the Malays. This policy bred dependency and inefficiency. Competency has no place and meritocracy is a bad word. Inevitably this policy led to wide spread corruption.
All this reminds me of Robert Frost’s words, “When you arrive at a forked road, take the less traveled”. What a difference that made.

Anderson Rd said...

Pat, you should read this...

BTN taught me the Chinese are the Jews of Asia

Anonymous said...

What does MCA and Gerakan got to say about BTN?

Silence means consent?

Anonymous said...

The central bank is investigating a local money changer which was allegedly involved in the transfer of RM10 million to London by Negeri Sembilan Menteri Besar Mohamad Hasan in 2008.

MACC, please start your investigation before 5pm.

Azly said...

These days, the idea of Ketuanan Melayu is going bankrupt, sinking with the bahtera merdeka. It works only for Malay robber barons who wish to plunder the nation by silencing the masses and using the ideological state apparatuses at their disposal. In the case of the BTN it is the work of controlling the minds of the youth. The work of BTN should be stopped and should not be allowed anymore in our educational institutions. It is time our universities especially are spared of counter-educational activities, especially when they yearned to be free from the shackles of domination

yano corleone said...

yo bro..takkan to malaysians jer..hehe.. orang2 di seberang causeway sekali ler..hehe..btw great blog u have..=)

Anonymous said...

If Prime Minister Najib Razak is really serious in building a 1Malaysia, he should first abolish BTN forthwith. Sane Malays do not support it because it is a racial indoctrination imbibing hatred against the non-Malays and non-Muslims. Having closed BTN down, send its entire personnel for re-orientation course on humanities and sociology.

In this modern and enlightened world, a responsible government should embark on social engineering to help all races of all denominations who are living in poverty that affects their livelihood, good education and shelter.

In this process the rural Malays, the displaced Indians from the estates, the Orang Asli of all states must be helped whether the Federal Constitution so stipulates or not. Besides, the best should be rewarded irrespective of any race for the progress of this nation. This then is good and fair governance.

Anonymous said...

Korban teloq

Anonymous said...

Nazri said: “We agree to revamp BTN because the co-curriculum is against Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s 1 Malaysia concept.”

Ha ha ha. That means dpm and krishmudin have been proven wrong!

Anonymous said...

Nazri said: “We agree to revamp BTN because the co-curriculum is against Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s 1 Malaysia concept.”

Ha ha ha. That means dpm and krishmudin have been proven wrong!

MyGST said...

In Malaysia, only 1.8 million tax-payers (6.8% of the population of 27 million) pay income tax,

I am very happy that Najib is imposing 4% GST.

Everybody has a duty to contribute to the government coffer, especially those who are relying heavily on subsidy.

However, if the governemnt were to abuse the money with corrupted practice, that's a separate issue for us to consider when election comes.

Anonymous said...

Malaysia is not moulded in the image of Umno or Barisan Nasional. The once-proud notice board in construction sites that say “Another Project by the Barisan Nasional” is now a memorial to failure rather than a monument of success, if one looks at a list that includes collapsed stadiums and the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ).

And these projects use public funds, not party money. The BN ministers should remember that.

Just as with Biro Tata Negara, which is a division of the Prime Minister’s Department that uses public funds — not a unit within the Umno president’s office.

gedek! said...


Anonymous said...

How come no new entry?

I need my Niamah fix, else may turn to zorro-unmasked instead.

Could possible that pat the Niamah has been 'gam'ed by gahman?

Anonymous said...

I tuned in expecting a niamah, but no.