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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Dato Laila Utama


Niamah!!!

28 comments:

DannyOne said...

I just loves each of your "NIAMAH"

Really open a new kinda of perception .... Nice nice..

kEEP writing & Recording

PSky said...

well, maybe our dear old PM got the title becoz of his knowledge of ................hmmm......... niamah!!!! What is he good at, huh? NIAMAH!!!!!

Syabust said...

Mengapakah Kerajaan Persekutuan masih memberi pinjaman RM320 juta kepada Syabas apabila Syabas menghadapi masalah kewangan sedangkan pihak pengurusannya menerima gaji dan bonus yang lumayan? Mengapakah Kerajaan Persekutuan menghalang usaha rakyat untuk mendapatkan laporan audit Syabas serta perjanjian konsesinya?

Anonymous said...

It pains me to see what's going on around us, we continue to be ignorance of ourselves.

The rich, continues to be rich, without knowing that it was their merits in this life by doing good deeds that would ensure them happiness.

Even if I as malay, and there was a chinese in help, surely I would.

Just few days ago, there were group of bad teenagers around who went disturbing a chinese girl.

I went there and take her away from them, and ask her to go home. It was late at night.

She was frightened, and just look at me said thanks. I said nothing else.

You see here, Malaysians, colors means nothing, man needs woman, wisdom cannot depend on itself, without intelligence to cater on where it should be placed.

Just like how Chinese needs the Malay because they are the largest consumers, and how Malay needs Chinese because they are good at doing business.

Why do you not see it?

Another being needs help, and we turn blind eyes and build castle for the King in hope to deceive the rakyat to where the money gone to?

harakah said...

Barisan Nasional has given permanent-residency status to a large number of Indonesian workers as part of its plan to ensure victory in the next general election, according to PAS election director Abdul Halim Abdul Rahman.

cm said...

Anyone ever thought of creating their own award?

ktteokt said...

If these goons cannot build the Istana, then don't bloody tender for it! Now that they have been awarded the tender, they want God to help them complete the job? Utter rubbish!!!!! NIAMAH!!!!!!

ktteokt said...

Pat, I think you better award him with a NIAMAH UTAMA!

Anonymous said...

Just love ur creativity. Almost fell off the couch.

It's sad to see same event keeps on repeating in this Bolehland.

Anonymous said...

We are against the government’s act of arbitrarily prohibiting publications and circulation of information. Freedom of expression is fundamental to a democratic society. The government should ensure the greatest possible space of freedom for the people.

In order to improve the standard and quality of news reporting, the government must allow more new media to exist to counterbalance those which often provide false and biased information. Healthy competition will compel media practitioners to maintain a high standard of professionalism.

The printing licence system instituted under Printing Presses and Publications Act (1984) strictly controls domestic media, causing printing media to impose self-censorship and self-restriction within a presumed permissible zone.

We urge the government to amend the act, abolish the printing licence system and replace it with a registration system to protect the media’s right to disseminate and people’s right to information.

Anonymous said...

It's called rasuah-rasuah-rasuah...........

Titles? literally rasuah-rasuah-rasuah too.........

McNemo said...

That toyol of Istana fame is back. I bet you will have more things that are Niamah worthy.

Anonymous said...

That sinister laugh of yours...makes me laugh too...well, title for oil blocks is certainly a freaking good deal from Brunei POV...."Palui eh" NIAMAH, haaai!!

euneug said...

patrick, patrick, i luv d najib pix, look, expression, u chose! LOL LOL n i fell off my plastic chair! i think d pix SAYS IT ALL!LOL!!

Anonymous said...

Najib says the price hikes for fuel, natural gas and sugar - which he termed "upward price adjustments" - would save the government RM750 million in subsidies this year.

Now we know why his PM Dept needs RM4 billion a year as expenses.

Savings from subsidy goes to his pocket? Niamah betul!

flyer168 said...

Pat,

A refreshing change in your new Niamah concept using your established talent, congratulations.

What else is new in Bolehland's Politics while Bolehland Burns out of control and its citizens are suffering from bad to worse!

Just to share this...

Oil blocks 'giveaway' to Brunei
Submitted by adam on Friday, April 30th, 2010
• Block L and Block M
NAJIAH NAJIB
SITI NURSURAYA ALI
Bernama
Friday, April 30th, 2010 14:58:00
http://www.mmail.com.my/content/35121-oil-blocks-giveaway-brunei

Yesterday, Dr Mahathir in his blog www.chedet.com, claimed that Abdullah, during the latter’s tenure as PM, had agreed to surrender two blocks of oil producing offshore areas in the South China Sea — Block L and Block M — to Brunei in return for Limbang in Sarawak.

July 12, 2010 Najib lands in Brunei for 2-day visit - The Malaysian Insider
http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/najib-lands-in-brunei-for-2-day-visit/

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, July 12 — Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak arrived here tonight for a two-day working visit in conjunction with the 64th birthday celebration of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah.

Tomorrow, Najib will be conferred the Darjah Kerabat Laila Utama Yang Dihormati (DK), which carries the title Dato Laila Utama, by Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, who is also Brunei's head of state.

The award is only bestowed by the Brunei Sultan on royalty or heads of government based on close relations such as between Brunei and Malaysia which are neighbours besides being members of Asean.

Pak Lah is Brunei's Dato Laila Utama Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
http://fotowarung.bazuki.com/?p=18779

15 Jul 2010 ... Abdullah on Thursday received the Brunei's First Class Decoration Order, The Most Esteemed Family Order Laila Utama, which carries the title ... Darjah Kerabat Laila Utama Yang Dihormati (DK)...

The Oil-for-Food scandal revisited - http://www.malaysia-today.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=9421&Itemid=84

One of the names that cropped up in the final report of the Independent Inquiry Committee into The United Nations Oil-For-Food Programme was the Malaysian Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Malaysia was the fourth highest purchaser of oil - RM1.8 billion.
THE CORRIDORS OF POWER

Malaysia Today
On Sunday, the BBC reported as follows:

The Iraqi government has said it will file lawsuits in US courts against firms and people suspected of illegally profiting from a UN programme.

The UN oil-for-food programme allowed Saddam Hussein's government to sell oil in order to buy humanitarian supplies during UN sanctions from 1996-2003.

An inquiry found that 2,200 firms paid $1.8bn in bribes to Iraqi officials...

Also to share this...

Bolehland's ills in 2010 predicted in the same way in 1958...

The Art of Bankrupting/Destroying Bolehland by the Elites & still standing Tall & Smiling...

Robert Welch predicted the outcome in 1958...

Mind blowing speech by Robert Welch in 1958 predicting Insiders plans to destroy America
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZU0c8DAIU4&feature=related

Hope you & your readers can pass on some of Robert Welch's Message to our unfortunate "Sheeple" citizens...

You be the judge.

Cheers.

Anonymous said...

Najib’s “People First. Performance Now” philosophy today means ordinary Malaysians would be the first to face the brunt of subsidy cuts while independent power producers (IPPs) and other “fat cat” industries continued to enjoy such benefits.

By the way, Najib's terminology "Upward Adjustment' (euphemism for Price Hike) is for old cock after the effect of viagra kicks in.

Anonymous said...

30% Bumiputra equity is not yet achieved atfer BN having been in ower for over 50 years and despite Dr. Mahathir and his government's ostentatious relentless efforts ? Want to know what are some of those efforts ? Companies which went for IPO must issue 30% of the shares to "selected" Bumiputras, AP for import of cars must be issued to selected Bumiputras, government contracts, even such as building of navy vessels must either go to or through selected Bumiputra companies or Bumiputra commissioned agents.

Is it not BN's failure to the 30% has not been achieved ?

Supposing if all those given the benefits had kept them, 30% would have been achieved, but 20% sold off theirs, would that reduce the equity to 10% ? Find out from the privileged Bumiputras where have their IPO shares gone to. A rich father might have promised each of his children a Million Ringgit each. If any child squandered away his million, can he say now that he does not have a million, so the father has to give him another million ? Shouldn't the child be told from the very beginning that it is better for him to learn how to earn his own million ?

Anonymous said...

Hello Pat,
$$$$ commission lah.Thats why divine intervention.

Anonymous said...

Bro, miss hearing you through the speakers. Those dancing duckling days....

Anonymous said...

Pray like this then if cant complete on time then blame god lo

Becky said...

Make public the specific proposals made by the Sabah Chief Minister's Department Laboratory on the Management of Illegal Immigrants in Sabah

New Straits Times today front-paged its exclusive story of 55 proposals by various government agencies in a laboratory to combat terrorism and reduce the high number of illegal immigrants in the country.

nge said...

The BN Government owes all Malaysians an answer why the budget for defence had escalated 702% since 1987 and the total expenditure amounts to RM178.9 billions must be held accountable.

Anonymous said...

FDI in 2009 plunged 81% from 2008. In fact, the FDI outflow in 2009 was 5.81 times than the inflow. Second, Malaysia could not compete with Thailand and Indonesia in attracting FDI. At best it attracted only 23% of Thailand and 28.32% of Indonesia respectively. Third, looking at it from the lens of Southeast Asia as a whole, our paltry share of 3.75% of total FDI of RM118.02 billion is truly shocking.

More significantly, when there is a healthy trend of FDI flowing into Southeast Asia (RM118.02 billion inflow versus RM68.25 billion outflow), Malaysia appears as a bad apple that points southward.

What a resounding vote of confidence in Najib Razak's Umno-BN regime. Najib's mercenary spin doctors can spin all they like, real businessmen know to take their business elsewhere.

Using the flimsy '1Malaysia' pitch to sell Malaysia's sordid federal government, corrupt institutions, endless stream of scandals and failed crony economics to foreign investors is like spraying perfume on a rotting fish and trying to fob it off on a professional sushi chef.

Anonymous said...

Patrick what abt Pg own Deputy CM Mansor fighting to obtain the title of Datuk? He deserve it? That clown?

Anonymous said...

Muftis and ex-Muftis are trying to con the Malays into believing that it is their Islamic duty to unite under one political party. And that political party has to be Umno. But why Umno? Why not PAS? If the objective is to promote Malay unity for the sake of Islam then it does not matter which political party they unite under. Why not they wind up Umno and all the ex-Umno members join PAS? After all, the objective is to seek Malay unity for the sake of Islam and not to strengthen Umno.

Ah Tee said...

Why did the Chinese by and large not vote for BN? Because it’s corrupt. Plain and simple. Let’s call a spade a spade. And BN showed how corrupt it was during the campaign by throwing bribes to the electorate, including baiting a Chinese school in Rasa by promising RM3 million should it win the by-election.

The Chinese were not alone in seeing this corruption. The figures are unofficial but one could assume that at least 40 per cent of Malays and 45 per cent of Indians who voted against BN in that by-election also had their eyes open. So, what’s wrong with not supporting a government that is corrupt? If the government is corrupt, do we continue to support it?

To answer the question then, what do the Chinese want?
They want a government…
a. that is not corrupt;
b. that can govern well and proves to have done so;
c. that tells the truth rather than lies;
d. that follows the rule of law;
e. that upholds rather than abuses the country’s sacred institutions.

Because BN does not fit that description, the Chinese have learned not to vote for it. This is not what only the Chinese want. It is something every sensible Malaysian, regardless of race, wants. Is that something that is too difficult to understand?
Some people think that the government is to be equated with the country, and therefore if someone does not support the government, they are being disloyal to the country. This is a complete fallacy. BN is not Malaysia . It is merely a political coalition that is the government of the day. Rejecting BN is not rejecting the country.

Anonymous said...

Najib's 1Malaysia has two faces - on one side, Najib croons promises of unity and fairness, while the other side is pure racism, with the endorsement of the cow-head incident, the attack on the use of 'Allah' in BM by Christians, the blatant insults against Chinese and Indian Malaysians, the creation of Perkasa as well as the sabre-rattling 'I'm Malay first' DPM Muhyiddin Yassin, who seems to have enough power to say and do what he wants.

Either 1Malaysia does not exist or it is as real as the unicorn. 1Malaysia is merely a political prop put up by Najib and his Umno coterie to mislead us into some false sense of comfort and hope.

Nuffnang