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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Bribery or not bribery?

Nah! Just something for your children and family. Not you, tahu.


NIAMAH!!!

28 comments:

Anonymous said...

A very educational podcast.

Duit kopi is haram.
Duit sekolah is ok.

We are learning new umnoputera terminology.

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Anonymous said...

patrick is the NIAMAH KING!
no, he is the KING!

4RAKYAT

DanielYKL said...

Vice-versa the policemen who took the bribe from you could say that you gave the money to his children's education or wife's marketing. So he cannot be be charged for accepting bribery too.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, I am all just curious as to what does niamah mean. Care to explain? What i did heard however in school a long time ago was like tiew niamah ka hai....but I am not chinese so I don't know what they meant. I guess those are swearing words that malaysians use occasionally in their conversations and yet I dont know what they mean literally.

matt

Anonymous said...

Patrick,
The way you say your 'Niamah' really stylo la.
Keep it up. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

ok, all together: 1, 2, 3 ...NIAMAH !

shanaz@MyReverie said...

Patrick =) You're awesome, and you know it! All the stuff you've said, I've thought about in my head too! How amazing is that! I mean you'd think that of all people, surely the Prime Minister of Malaysia would get that, but I guess maybe he's of another breed of "creature". Peace to you, Pat. :)

ayep sepa said...

this reminds me a rap group back in the 90's NWA with their famous song called FCUK DA POLICE..... and i am so not a fan of our police force.. FCUK DA POLICE!!!

Anonymous said...

Try asking this question to Yang Amat Berbahagia Tun Dr Mamamthir Mamat, and he will tell if you don't want to pay bribery, you might as well go back to live in your kampung. This man has singlehandedly engineered the bribery culture in this country to the point that people no longer see what bribery is. The Father of Modernisation is what his cronies make him out to be, but I think he is the Father of Bribery. This man by the way is a creation of my own imagination, no one is implied or implicated in any way. If, for some reasons, this reminds you of any real character out there, will the real Tun Dr Mamakthir Mamad, please stand up!

Anonymous said...

Try asking this question to Yang Amat Berbahagia Tun Dr Mamamthir Mamat, and he will tell if you don't want to pay bribery, you might as well go back to live in your kampung. This man has singlehandedly engineered the bribery culture in this country to the point that people no longer see what bribery is. The Father of Modernisation is what his cronies make him out to be, but I think he is the Father of Bribery. This man by the way is a creation of my own imagination, no one is implied or implicated in any way. If, for some reasons, this reminds you of any real character out there, will the real Tun Dr Mamakthir Mamad, please stand up!

mo said...

Hey Patrick, hope you dont mind me re-posting your podcast on my site.

It would be too selfish of me not to share it with the world :)

patrickteoh said...

Hey Mo, post away my friend. It'll be an honour. Thank you.

1 Malay-sia(L) said...

pat,
it's now time to "upgrade"... i meant with video too, not just a black screen.

Anonymous said...

Aiyo Patrick..u know I know la..its the "macam mana" syndrome...for the benefit of those who has not travelled on Pakistan highways..the highway police there is really professional..once they stop you, no putting their heads into your car window..they will ask for your licence and immediately will write the summon and the other officer acts as a cashier and he will collect the money from you and instantly issue a receipt for your payment. No talking and negotiation at all...if you do not have enough money or do not wish to pay, they wil confiscate your liecense and you will have to return to pay and collect it later from the district traffic police office....btw, if you know The Star's Wong Chun Wai, pls ask him to write something interesting..we have enough of bodekology...

Anonymous said...

Stop banning non-Muslim societies in schools.

There is something wrong here. The deputy education minister claimed that the school administration misinterpreted the government circular. Now it seems some schools in Penang also misinterpreted the circular.

I have seen the circular. The contents of the circular is simple, stating that non-Muslim religious societies formed before 2000 need not have to be registered but remain as status quo. Those set up from 2000 onwards need approval by the registrar, which is the state education department director.

Legally per the circular, those societies that have been set up prior to 2000 would remain as it is, not dissolved. Action should be taken on the school administration and Education Department officials if they act like little 'Napoleon' to dissolve these societies.

Also, such societies should be encouraged to inculcate good values in school. Why the double standard impose on non-Muslim societies?

ayep sepa said...

sembahyang bukan main.. tapi right after sembahyang, amik rasuah.. semua wayang... CHEH!!!!

Anonymous said...

Patrick

Can you please set up MP3 of your podcast for download?
They are classics!

By the way, I still have some old recordings of your old radio programmes (EMI/Kee Huat stuff) that I recorded on cassette tapes (a bit moldy now) decades ago. I will find time to convert them to MP3 for uploading.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, what does tiew niamah ka hai mean? I am not a chinese but i overheard this expressions when i was a school gooing kid in cator avenue ipoh back in the 70s. Is niamah the root word of that expression?

Khun Pana aka johanssm said...

In Malay sia , receiving a bribe is a work of art.
Careful and meticulous ways are devised so that it won't be a bribe nor as gratuity but as "rezeki " that is worth receiving.
Hereby propose that all our "universiti and ipt" to offer this fine and fluid work of art as a major subject.
This way we don't have to throw in more money to retrain graduates (The Unemployable)

NiaMah !!!

Anonymous said...

The '1Malaysia' PM Najib Razak and 'Malay first' DPM Muhyiddin Yassin are playing a very dangerous game by supporting this 'little Napolean' Encik Nik and his wrongdoings. As many suspect, the whole episode has been orchestrated by them.

Remember, he who laughs last, laughs longest and this won't be too far away. The rakyat has woken up and is impatient to do the right thing when the 13th general election comes. Remember 'ketuanan rakyat' when it comes. Remember the manner the 1Malaysia PM deals with the 'little Napoleons'.

storm said...

@ Anonymous 8:28 PM

"tiew niamah ka hai"

meaning:
tiew - fuck
niamah - your mother
ka - ???
hai - The lower part of the female reproductive tract

"niamah" is basically the short form of "tiew niamah ka hai"

Anonymous said...

If you are a Chinese and you do not know the meaning of Niamah, shame on you.

If you are not a Chinese and you do not know its meaning, I suggest you learn proper Mandarin.

Niamah without the 'usual pre-fix' is a harmless word.

Zamri said...

Najib's defence of Nik Ali smacks not only of double standards, it's a signal for senior government officials to continue to refuse cooperation with Pakatan led state governments

Both the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak and the Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin have jumped into the fray in the Penang Pakatan Rakyat government's battle against "little Napoleons" in the civil service by choosing to defend the "little Napoleons" and ignoring their outright transgressions.

Zamri said...

Najib's defence of Nik Ali smacks not only of double standards, it's a signal for senior government officials to continue to refuse cooperation with Pakatan led state governments

Both the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak and the Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin have jumped into the fray in the Penang Pakatan Rakyat government's battle against "little Napoleons" in the civil service by choosing to defend the "little Napoleons" and ignoring their outright transgressions.

Anonymous said...

ha ha2 memang tak cukup pandai UMNO being lawyer. kena kau2 by Niamah.

ooi, UMNO guna akal sikit lah.

Anonymous said...

The people of Selangor decided to save their state from Umno and BN when they rightfully elected Pakatan and Selcat to clean up Selangor from the past corruption, racist characters and bigots running down the state.

Umno can only hurl baseless accusation, issue threats, name-calling, insults, personal attacks and empty rhetorics which is their trademark and only 'skills' they have. Umno is a sore loser and will resort to desperate measures to regain power to protect their personal interest. Umno is worried as the people are very happy with the Selangor government. They now have a government who cares for the people.

We have FREE water for the poor. We now have the FREEDOM of Information Bill. The people are beginning to see FREEDOM from the corruption of Umno. We are FREE from the oppression of the past regime. We are FREE to bid for projects with the open-tender system.

We are FREE from the past racist government. We are finally FREE after 50 years of corruption. Yes, let's save Selangor from Umno.

Taib Pek Moh said...

UMNO yang mengajar masyarakat kita cara nak makan rasuah!

Nuffnang