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Monday, October 11, 2010

Monday Funnies

They are not pendatang! Okay!!!

Rarely do our politicians disappoint us on Mondays. They usually come up with the funnies to help us start the week off right. Right? When I looked at The Star today there were so many laughable stories I just had to share with you lah. Even at the expense of attracting sneak attacks from the cyber-troopers who seem to be making regular skirmishes to this blog.

#1


Nothing wrong with Najib saying that. It's the truth after all. So who was he directing this statement to? Even more funny, he said that when he was addressing the MCA annual general meeting yesterday!!! Yes, of course we know that he was directing his statement to people/groups who have in the recent past raised the sensitive issue about the contributions and relativity of non-Malays in Malaysia. But would it not have been more effective and believable if Najib had chastised the people/groups when they made those racist remarks rather than just make a shamelessly 'sucking up' type of declaration at a meeting of the Malaysian CHINESE Association?

#2

On page N2 of The Star today there is a nice photo of Najib shaking hands with eager 'fans' as he toured the Lembah Pantai area. Nothing funny in that. But during his visit to the area Najib announced a special allocation of RM6.5million for...wait for it......Maintenance works and repainting of housing blocks in 3 areas in Old Klang Road!!! It takes the prime minister to approve a housing area maintenance job??? That only proves a) the local flers in charge aren't doing shit! b) this prime minister really doesn't have the support for more than just approving paint jobs or c) Najib is just doing a Umno/BN thing ahead of the next G.E.

#3

And over at Shah Alam the Pakatan flers are trying their hands at being hoteliers. They are planning to rent out the bungalows in the Exco Village in Section 7. And a better deal you will not find anywhere else. Each bungalow is going to be rented out at only RM170 per night. Which is roughly the price of a decent hotel room in the Shah Alam area. But with PR deal you have a whole bungalow complete with outdoor swimming pool and jacuzzi.

#4

The opening line of this story in today's Star is quite funny. It says, "Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek took aim at racist politicians by condemning their brand of opportunistic politics, especially on the "pendatang" issue."

Unless, the aim of the BN flers have drastically improved and they start naming targets and actually pull the trigger this statement ain't going to mean shit. Except as some comic relief for life in Malaysia on a Monday.

Niamah!!!

79 comments:

nah boy said...

Najib is very 'versatile'. As a PM he could sing different tune at different occasions.

I bet he will never repeat the same thing he said at UMNo assembly.

We rakyat have been deceived by BN for so long. The same trick will not work again.

Anonymous said...

talk cock and dare not do shit to his own ppl.

Mat Sepet said...

A very pathetic, insincere speech by the PM at the MCA general assembly "Chinese are Malaysians, not migrants, says PM" but sadly to the wrong crowd and community.

Why the need for PM to talk at a Chinese gathering or the MCA general assembly about things that need to be told to his own party umno, perkasa and Tun Mahathir?

The Chinese need not be told that they are Malaysians and not migrants. The Chinese know that, but those who resist this truth are from your umno party, perkasa and Tun Mahathir.

Anonymous said...

Why am I not surprised? Semua wayang saja! Hangat-hangat tahi ayam. TO=Talk oni!

NIIIIIIAAAAAAAAAMMMMMAAAAAHHHHHH!

Anonymous said...

These MPs and Ministers' funnies are giving us heart attack, abide slowly. Uncle Pat ah, ask all these flers go home and talk in front of their family lah. We the rakyat are sick of their idiocy, don't they know that.

Niamah Kow Kow

Anonymous said...

With debts exceeding RM38 billion, government-linked companies like Sime Darby, Tenaga Nasional and Proton are in no position to help the government raise the RM1.4 trillion in investments to make Malaysia a “high-income” nation by 2020. This is assuming that the BN government will not use the 'duit haram' generated from taxes on Genting, Magnum, Toto, Kuda ...

anti nurul izzah said...

YB Lembah Pantai -- Nurul Izzah is not doing her job la.. road still berlubang here and there..

pilocarpine said...

YB is to represent the people, not JKR

have some dignity before u comment..

dukun melayu said...

KAH KAH KAH
uncle, this posting so funny...pendatang meh,pemergi loh

well,so much of laughter this week,at least,it may reduce headache causing by the intense heat lately.

cheers uncle teo!!

tech said...

HAHAHA!!!!

Anonymous said...

Uncle Patrick,

These are some of political tactic to calm everyone down and 'fish' for votes in the next elections ma... however, not everyone agrees on your view.. many still blindly 'bait' by the temptation of BN and some conservatives still stick on the old deeds of BN and lame excuses.. they never open their mind for changes.. truly fits the old statement made 'Malaysia has 1st world facilities..*got leakage punya* and 3rd world mentality..'

Anonymous said...

Patrick,

I never knew that the PM nor the MCA porn star can aim straight, let alone shoot straight. Even if you put a 12 x 12 inches target 6 inches in front of them, they will still miss the target. The reason is simply because they point the weapon at themselves. That's why they are the epitome of "shooting themselves in the foot" syndrome. LOL.

Anonymous said...

The Joker speaks again!!!!....and again and again and again and again...yawn! He failed to put right the racist jerks in the past and he will fail time and time again. Caution..NUMBNUTS on the way out!

JebaTee said...

Star Online on 12 October:

Umno Youth to be courteous on Malay issues

Umno Youth will use a courteous approach when debating Malay issues during the party's annual general assembly starting Oct 19.

Information chief Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina said the 13 speakers would be reminded to respect other races to prevent irresponsible groups from twisting their words.

Pakcik Nah said...

We shall wait to see if najib will say the same thing to his umnoputeras at the umno General assembly, scheduled for October 19 to 23.

Patrick, Wanna bet?

Anonymous said...

You all better hope and pray that your EPF savings are not touched by the UMNO idiots or else all of you are effectively pokai!!!

Anonymous said...

Najib is talking big cock when in front of non Malays but it's a different story in front of a Malay crowd with little crooked keris being unsheathed and calling for Chinese blood to be spilled. This had been his modus operandi since 1987 in Kg Baru.

Why no action against those who insulted the non Malays almost daily huh? Talk is damn cheap!
MCA flers especially CSL are conned big time.

Buggeroff said...

MCA, keep on sleeping with the dogs and you will pick up fleas which you already have plenty. Remember when the hares are caught, the hounds are cooked and when the devil says his prayers, he is about to cheat.

Chua Soi Lek will be mounted by Najib if he keeps on presenting his posterior to him. I hope he is clever enough to understand the workings of umno.

NNIiaammaaahhHH Tiuuuu....

Anonymous said...

first of all, Jib has to do the lip service and he says that M'sian Chinese are not "Pendatang" or precisely the true citizens of M'sia. Hello M'sian Chinese, whom are not support Gerakan/MCA or friends to them, are you guys still wants to buy his words? Secondly, Soiled Leggie talking and ranting his words again. Still buying his words? I don't ever trust both of them since they become the presidents of both BN each parties. One is talking and the other is following. For that triggering racial issues, they have open the cans of worm, so are you guys still buying their words? No matter how best, beautiful, powerful, powderful slogan is, they are still not walk the talk. So, the final question is are you still buying their words? If no, get to action and kick em' off. Or else, you may be in the slumberland or dreamland for the years to come.

Anonymous said...

If badawi was bad,najib is a total write off. Talk big, impressive slogans. But ends up achieving nothing! Ptu...................i

Anonymous said...

ALJUBURI
I'm not a big fan of Najib or BN, sometimes they are real sucks! But sometimes makes me wonder, M'sian Chinese wanabe M'sian???
Izzit true?? Lot's of malay think the chinese here wana change Malaysia to Cinasia..look at the way Patrick Teo posting, mostly are about this malay fella stupid ar, this malay fella dunno how to do their job la, this malay fella racist la, it's all about malay shit, why??? Izzit becouse you'll chinese hate malay??

Anonymous said...

"Lot's of malay think the chinese here wana change Malaysia to Cinasia"

are you sure? lots of malay? or a handful of malays?"

"Izzit becouse you'll chinese hate malay??"

hm....i dunno...did the chinese vow to soak malay blood with (whatever u call a chinese sword)? did the chinese tell the malays pendatang and to go back to their own country? did the chinese call the malay names like si-this, si-that?

nnn......ope.

Anonymous said...

Has the Prime Minister really learnt the lesson on privatisation? Will the proposed 4 new highways expected to be announced in the Budget 2011 by awarded directly without tenders?

Anonymous said...

Ibrahim Ali said: "Perkasa is defending the country's basic constitution." I am not too sure about that.

What Ibrahim Ali is defending is the blatant abuse of the constitution (i.e. Article 153). Article 153 (i.e. civil service, scholarships, education, permits) in its original form and intention, has never been threatened. Ibrahim Ali has conveniently chosen not to inform the ignorant Malays that it requires a two-third vote in Parliament to change the constitution.

Do not also forget that the military, police, judiciary, AG's Chambers, etc, are all controlled by Malays. Ibrahim Ali (supported by Mahathir Mohamad, Utusan Malaysia and the authorities) is simply creating unfounded fear among the ignorant Malays to make himself relevant.

Do we honestly think that he is doing it for the Malays (especially those Malays who were sidelined in the 40 years of affirmative action and have remained poor even now)? He is defending the abuse of Article 153 in order to continue enriching the already filthy rich Umno Malays and their cronies.

Anonymous said...

Ibrahim Ali said: "Perkasa is defending the country's basic constitution." I am not too sure about that.

What Ibrahim Ali is defending is the blatant abuse of the constitution (i.e. Article 153). Article 153 (i.e. civil service, scholarships, education, permits) in its original form and intention, has never been threatened. Ibrahim Ali has conveniently chosen not to inform the ignorant Malays that it requires a two-third vote in Parliament to change the constitution.

Do not also forget that the military, police, judiciary, AG's Chambers, etc, are all controlled by Malays. Ibrahim Ali (supported by Mahathir Mohamad, Utusan Malaysia and the authorities) is simply creating unfounded fear among the ignorant Malays to make himself relevant.

Do we honestly think that he is doing it for the Malays (especially those Malays who were sidelined in the 40 years of affirmative action and have remained poor even now)? He is defending the abuse of Article 153 in order to continue enriching the already filthy rich Umno Malays and their cronies.

Anonymous said...

Jib says 1 thing, his boys say another, what is Jib going to do? Noth1ng, absolutely noth1ng. The same old story - Conman and the conned.

Anonymous said...

for item 1, is Najib in the wrong meeting room?

Anonymous said...

what happened to Nurul's big smiling face?

Payung bocor said...

In the 1980s and 1990s, Halim Saad and Tajudin Ramli were two of Malaysia's brightest stars, picked by former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad to lead the country's ethnic Malays onto the national stage as exemplars of a new bumiputera business culture that would catch up with the ethnic Chinese who had dominated commerce as long as Malaysia had been in existence.

When Mahathir took office, insiders say, his plan was to create a cadre of 100 super-rich bumis who in turn would help rural Malays into prosperity under a 'konsep payung', or umbrella concept routed through Umno, much the way he envisioned driving the country into industrialisation through massive projects.

But greed intervened. Once the privileged got rich, there was little incentive to share it with the kampongs, the Malay rural villages. Many of the companies eventually collapsed and are being supported by government institutions such as Kazanah Nasional, the country's sovereign investment fund, or the Employee Provident Fund.

Payung bocor said...

In the 1980s and 1990s, Halim Saad and Tajudin Ramli were two of Malaysia's brightest stars, picked by former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad to lead the country's ethnic Malays onto the national stage as exemplars of a new bumiputera business culture that would catch up with the ethnic Chinese who had dominated commerce as long as Malaysia had been in existence.

When Mahathir took office, insiders say, his plan was to create a cadre of 100 super-rich bumis who in turn would help rural Malays into prosperity under a 'konsep payung', or umbrella concept routed through Umno, much the way he envisioned driving the country into industrialisation through massive projects.

But greed intervened. Once the privileged got rich, there was little incentive to share it with the kampongs, the Malay rural villages. Many of the companies eventually collapsed and are being supported by government institutions such as Kazanah Nasional, the country's sovereign investment fund, or the Employee Provident Fund.

Anonymous said...

Our former PM TDM does not use racial epithets. He’s more sophisticated, smarter in advancing the racist mindset than the two errant principals and BTN deputy director. He said in his CheDet blog that Malays still needed handicaps because they including himself could not otherwise compete with other races; for in the case of the Chinese, they have 4000 years of civilization headstart – and in order for Chinese not to be offended he even took it one step further to magnimously agree that it was not shameful of him to admit that the Chinese have developed Malaysia and had UK the proportion of Chinese population that we have here, UK would be more developed that what it is….He also said it was not shameful to lose out to the Chinese but to catch up would require handicaps and to be given handicaps which were to ensure fairness and not prove discrimination…..He also said Najib’s 1 Malaysia was confusing and created problems as it meant different things to different people.

Sifu Leong said...

Lest it be overlooked, the first racist principal made her racist remarks in her school in Kulai, which happens to be the parliamentary constituency of Ong Ka Ting, the previous MCA President. Until today, we have hardly heard a squeek from him regarding this contentious matter. He is content letting others do the fighting for him. As a former MCA leader, if he has any backbone, his voice could have lend much weight to the demand for action to be taken against the racist principal. Instead, his continued silence are the stuff that made Perkasa described the “pendatangs” as “cina tidak berbola” . These spineless leaders are the people who have disgracefully destroyed the leverage and legacy of MCA that giants such as Tun Tan Cheng Lock and Tun Tan Siew Sin had painstakingly built up.

angelababy said...

Najib requested UMNO politicians to give space to MCA to air their grievances in public, but those complaints would not be acted upon. It is only talking space that was given given, and that MCA should know not to offend UMNO members. For example MCA is free to request for more Chinese schools, more funds for Chinese schools, more employment opportunities or even stop the 30%. That request would not be acted upon, and UMNOputras should pretend that they did not hear them. Giving space for them to make request would not include giving MCA the liberty to make suggestion that might hurt the feelings of UMNO members or Malays such as requesting action against the two headmasters.

The statement by Najib is a direct insult to MCA as he implied that MCA on their own would not even dare to complain. Najib had to tell them it is alright for MCA to show the Chinese community MCA is allowed to talk, and to trick the Chinese to vote for BN. Najib said also that he is impatient to await response from the Chinese community. Is he telling the Chinese community that he would choose stick to carrot if MCA cannot deliver, in the coming election?

Anonymous said...

You know Politicians la - they now only show the care, cry, helpful ,etc. to get votes to get into government to continue to raid our treasury for their own pockets!

Can we please vote in politicians who really care for ALL OF US.

Anonymous said...

Najib's new bajet: Pay 1% more service tax when you dine at KFC and McDonald's.

Now Astro subscriber has to pay 6% service tax.

Teruk-lah!

kami prihatin said...

Bajet 2011: "Tambahan dan Pengubahsuaian Sri Perdana"
RM 19.5m for 2011, total cost for 2011-12 RM65m!!!

Anonymous said...

The PM’s Department budget has doubled over four years, benefitting mainly Umno leaders. PM's residence gets RM65 million for renovation, for 1st lady to host the summit?

Anonymous said...

Bajet 2011 - We will all get cheaper underwear & perfume.. How many of us will benefit from tis except Kak Rosmah?

Yen Yen can tell the world to come to Malaysia to buy cheap underwear!

Anonymous said...

Bajet 2011 - We will all get cheaper underwear & perfume.. How many of us will benefit from tis except Kak Rosmah?

Yen Yen can tell the world to come to Malaysia to buy cheap underwear!

kutu kampung said...

Najib's 2011 budget is totally out of sync with reality. A 100-storey building in KL? That alone is sheer madness. I can see how a 100-storey tower is transformative to the crony company that is going to design and build it. But I can't see how this can transform the economy to a high-wage one.

Five-year freeze on toll increase? Okay, how much will the government be compensating the toll operators? Our money is being used anyway. The development of Sungai Buloh land using EPF money - again it is our money.

Anonymous said...

I am very happy with this budget. At least our poor people can now wear genuine Armani or CK underwear without havig to buy the celup ones at Petaling Street.

My wife will buy imported cosmetics. No need for Simplisiti.
Wonderbra now tax-free? Can use EPF to buy or not?

Anonymous said...

Why the special mention of additional RM100 million for Tourism Minister Ng Yen Yen to spend? Is she really doing a great job or is she making us (the PM included) to believe she is doing a fantastic job?

How much would a visitor pay on a homestay program. I bet it is very little to impact the economy.

Every now and then, she brags about figures and arrivals, but the truth is that the majority of arrivals are from Singapore (coming in for cheap petrol on day trip and spend nothing else bur pirated DVDs), Thailand (again those visiting prostitutes?) and Indonesia. These are not the 'quality' tourists we had hoped for. Only a small minority - those with high-purchasing power - are from developed countries.

Everyone knows it is easy to lie with statistics. These figures she churns out comes from the research division within Tourism Malaysia. It is not collected by an independent third party like the Statistics Department. I wonder if she does any research on the cost her ministry spends just to get one new tourist arrival. What percentage of the arrivals are repeat ones?

Anonymous said...

So long as BN helming the Federal Government, the operating expenditure will forever rises yearly due to an overcapacity in human resource. We need to trim our workforce and increase efficiency in order to stay competitive in a globalised world. The ratio of civil servants (1.27 million) to our population (27 million) is unsustainable. To reduce budget deficit, our government choose to cut development expenditure as we can't hope for the petrol price to reach RM150 per barrel for a second time.

Lingam Prakasam said...

The Service Tax on Pay TV is an easy money for Government. Imagine a monthly subscription of RM100 package, consumers are now subjected to pay RM6 in Service Tax. If Astro have 2 million subscribers, that is whopping RM12 million x 12 months =RM144 million per year in tax revenue. The Government had tried to implement the same modus operandi to compel sundry shopowners to obtain licenses for selling control items at RM10 per license and was backfired after the association retaliated of intention to boycott in selling them and it was withdrawn at the eleventh hour. Now, the registration is free.

The same apply to credit cardholders who are now have to pay RM50 & RM25 per card for principal & supplementary cards respectively yearly. With the implementation, the cards in circulation drops by 30%.

Soon the Government will introduce more such form of taxes as it is less administrative paperwork and consistent revenue growth.

Traffic Jam said...

Prime Minister Najib's proposal to build a 100-storey tower in the Stadium Merdeka area smacks of egotism and complete disregard for the need for sustainable urban development in Kuala Lumpur.

Firstly, the ad hoc 100-storey tower proposal shows a lack of urban planning that will only exacerbate KL's existing traffic congestion that is the bane of every KL resident, no thanks to DBKL's couldn't-care-less attitude towards their own plot ratio requirements. Traffic jams are already an everyday occurrence on Jalan Maharajalela and Jalan Kinabalu, what more with the addition of this 100-storey tower in the area. This 100-storey monolith could cause a gridlock situation that would paralyse the entire KL city center.

Anonymous said...

100-storey mega white elephant to be ready by 2015 ...it should be 101 ,an
auspicious number, after all ONLY extra one more storey saja ma ( hope pm reads this ).

Anonymous said...

'Are you 100% sure you have the 5b ringgits !?'
"Dun worry ,I'm 101% sure got lah!!"

Anonymous said...

It looks like the BN is still obsessed with building towers instead of filling our rice bowl. How much of the budget is actually about income generation?

The government should be looking at creating job and business opportunities, not wealth creation for cronies. SMIs are our backbone of our industry. Yet they are the ones who benefit the least from this budget.

We have a RM400 billion national debt and have been running budget deficits for years now. Do we need the Menara Warisan? Surely, we can't be short of office space.

How will the tower contribute to us becoming a high-income nation?

Anonymous said...

Najid is desperate for support, he knows very well that the support of the Malays is also dwindling. This reaching out to the former civil servants is another of his desperate moves. His statements further confirms what others have accused the BTN of doing ... that's spreading racial biases against the non-Malays. Najid is digging out the 'dirt' that has been fed to the civil servants by the BTN to gain support.

He may think the former civil servants had been 'brainwashed' but he forgets these civil are also human beings. They, too have consciences. They have eyes and they have minds of their own .. they know what they have been fed and now what Najid is trying to capitalise on now is not the truth and they will not be 'bought' by the 'sweets' now being offered.

didi said...

Hoi cybertroopers!
Pergi balik sekolah lah belajar Bahasa Inggeris. Buat malu org melayu lain je. Apa guna belajar BI kat sekolah utk 11 tahun kalau mengeja dan menulis pun tak reti? Apa tidur ke kat sekolah?

" they are real sucks! "

he/she sucks
they suck
I/you suck

Kalau tu pun tak reti tak tahu lah nak cakap apa lagi. Sia2 je pergi sekolah selama ni.

Mojo Jojo said...

Najib tells the Chinese that if they vote for Pakatan, PAS will run the country. Then he goes and tells the Malays that if they vote Pakatan, the Chinese will run the country.

How about making an adjustment to your otherwise boring racial rhetoric which is clearly not bringing voters back to BN's or Umno's fold. For a change, you can tell the Chinese and Malays if they vote for Pakatan, the Indians will run Malaysia.

Najib is a third-class politician singing different tunes to different goons. As long as these people remain ignorant and insecure, no amount of effort will be enough to save Malaysia from these leeches who continue to suck the nation dry with their mega-project mania.

Honestly, it's impossible to trust Umno. The words from their leaders' mouths seem to be like a salesman selling insurance or a car.

Dream merchant said...

PM Najib said the time has come for the BN to spell out its deeds in improving the lot of the people. But the misdeeds after more than 50 years of uninterrupted rule by the Umno-led government are more horrifying:

1) Large numbers of poor Malays (despite 40 years of affirmative action) and poor non-Malays.

2) Massive losses (in billions of ringgit) suffered by the country due to blatant abuse of power in MAS, Port Klang, forex trading, etc.

3) The sorry state of affairs in the judiciary, police, MACC, AG's Chambers, etc, which discourage both FDI and local investment.

4) The RM50 billion out of RM52 billion worth of bumiputera equity that was disposed off for quick profit which has resulted in the 30 percent bumiputera equity being a contentious issue even today. Mind you, the RM50 billion bumi equity is at IPO price and are sold at probably RM80 to RM100 billion, giving immense wealth to the selected few Umno Malays and their cronies.

5) Rampant corruption which has become an incurable disease today.

6) Selected Umno Malays, cronies and family (e.g. Dr Mahathir Mohamad's billionaire son) being so filthy rich while large number of rakyat remain poor.

7) Untold misery to the masses through artificially inflated car prices due to the protection of Proton.

8) Harassment of opposition and peaceful dissent by the authorities (e.g. police, MACC, etc)

9) The blatant abuse of Article 153

10) Lop-sided agreements with independent power producers and toll operators, etc. increasing the cost of living for the rakyat.

Anonymous said...

It is natural and inevitable logic for BTN to indoctrinate Ketuanan precepts if it were to serve an effective tool to buttress and perpetuate UMNO’s political power.

In the communal structure of our politics, the raison de etre of UMNO, MCA & MIC is to fight for its/respective communal constituencies’ interest but owing to historical reasons UMNO is naturally the big brother whose agenda takes precedence over the rest.

To garner Malay votes it is important for UMNO to be viewed continuously as champion of Malay interest. To this end, it is necessary to keep Malays as original definitive people apart from immigrants both in the period immediately after independence – and in decades after, their respective descendants separate as well by the Bumi-Non Bumi dichotomy.

The rationale for keeping separate is to correct the injustices of colonial powers done to the definitive people and to honour the so called “Social Contract” between them and the original immigrants and their descendants..

The injustice is supposedly derived from Colonial powers bringing in the “pendatangs” in pre-independence times without the definitive people bing able to do anything about it. And when leaving, the colonialists make amends to immigrants by negotiating on their behalf citizenship based on “Jus soli” notion – ie the principle that the country of citizenship of a child is determined by its country of birth, irrespective of the nationality of its parents. Hence all who were born in the country as citizens without taking into account their ancestors, from where they came, will become citizens…In quid pro quo trade off and exchange for the “Jus soli “ concession, the definitive people are accorded special privileges enshrined in Article 153 of the Constitution, amended from 15 year reviewable to perpetual. This constitutes the bases of thought of the famous “Social Contract” which the constitution mentions nothing about expressly but apologists for the concept and defenders of its perpetuity argue it’s implied.

For so long as the bumi/non bumi dichotomy – first class and rest of citizenry – remains relevant, so the reason of existence for a communal party like UMNO remains – to champion Malay interests to rectify historical anomalies and injustices and enforce compliance of the Social Contract!

With each other communal parties like MCA & MIC also fighting for their respective communal interest, the theory is that any tendency on UMNO’s part towards extremity of Malay agenda when pursued by it will be balanced & moderated by competing claims of and bargaining by the other component parties (MCA & MIC) having so called power sharing with UMNO within the BN. This is only theory. In practice, UMNO controls political appointments in govt and the patronage strings/goodies in gravy train and soon, consistent with ketuanan, all the component parties defer to its leadership and dominance, thereby causing them to underpresent if not neglect their respective communities’ interest thereby driving their traditional supporters to switch support for the more inclusive and non communal platforms of the Opposition. BTN is therefore another face of UMNO serving to further its political agenda of perpetuating hold on power based on the precepts of Ketuanan and Social Contract.

Bottom line, to criticise BTN’s lecturers as racist and to ask UMNO dominant government to disband BTN for indoctrinating race based ideologies amongst civil servants contrary to 1 Malaysia, it is, as usual, putting UMNO on the spot of being unable to reconcile its 1 Malaysia platform with that of BTN’s work, which is basically to serve as tool to advance UMNO’s traditional raison de etre of keeping races separate and apart in order to play champion to the majority one whose voting support is considered pivotal and decisive. It’s like asking it to shoot its own foot, a very painful task.

Anonymous said...

The Melaka sultanate was founded in the early 1400s. Only 300 years later were Canada, Australia and New Zealand “discovered” and settled by western pendatangs. How come malaysia even with a 300-year headstart is so far behind those countries?

A dilemma since 1511?

wala wala said...

The Government is embarked upon a dangerous path of massive borrowing and spending. The spending is directed and channeled towards projects and activities that will not contribute to either enhancing the productive or the competitive capacity of the economy. The key beneficiaries are likely to be a small coterie with links to the Barisan.

monsterball said...

Najib is wheeling and dealing like he did at Rajang Park.
This liar and most unreliable PM have the longest string of bad reputations compared to all previous PMs.
Vast majority Malaysians are sick of UMNO B party and this double headed snake.
All are waiting for 13th GE.

Anonymous said...

Uncle pat, can you update bout the action taken against those 2 racist educators. After so long only Bullshit Nation (BN) managed to take action against them. The action taken is to suspend them and then transfer them away. Thats what ntv7 news reported la. How shitty can BN be some more? After so long only can make a decision, furthermore, a HELL OF A STUPID ONE! This just shows how inefficient the shitty bn is.

Anonymous said...

pat...u should expose this blog medan info kita.. areal threat to all maknkind!!!!


concern citizen

Anonymous said...

Putrajaya has approved a further RM147 million for the new Istana Negara, more than double the initial bill of RM400 million to RM935 million for the palace.

Anonymous said...

The cost of the Prime Minister and his deputy's official delegations during trips have increased by 75.2% since 2008 to more than RM9.8mil this year.

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz said that the cost of the delegations in 2008 was RM5,597,588, and rose to RM6,041,934 in 2009 and RM9,807,310 this year.


Source:
http://www.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/10/19/nation/20101019155547&sec=nation

Anonymous said...

Why we need to be reminded that we are "foreigners" even though we have the blue IC? That IC doesn't mean anything does it? Lets migrate to other countries where they are "colour" blind.

Anonymous said...

111,000,000.00 !!! That's the amount for Rosemary to shop for batu permata.

CHECK THIS OUT:

A final test was conducted after a series of intensive camps to pick FOUR students out of 30 to represent Malaysia in an international contest. All top 16 were non-bumiputras and the lucky 17th was a Malay boy. He WAS chosen together with the top three to compete against the world's best.

Please tell me the outcome, remember that the sum total of all scores contribute to the final score.

....and everybody says #%/*~?!`)^#

Anonymous said...

The latest white elephant is being built in the smallest stretch of the so-called Little India in Brickfields, KL. What a blatant waste of money. That area is such a complete mess. I just wonder how much money will continue to be wasted in maintaining all the multi-coloured arches, the ugly trumpet blowing-looking street lights, the unnecessary 'Welcome to Little India' arch (as though people don't know that quite a number of Indian shops are there).

Not forgetting the blatant disregard for the safety and welfare of the school children, residents, the blind, the worshippers who need to use Jalan Berhala where schools, apartments, mosques, Hindu temples, Buddhist temples, churches, etc, are located.

Anonymous said...

BN has got the priority wrong.

To spend RM5 billion to build a tall tower is just not going to make it the most recognised structure in the world.

For that amount, we could build 50,000 RM100,000 medium-cost homes or 100,000 RM50,000 low-cost homes which can reduce the number of homeless families drastically.

So, poor people should not vote BN!

Anonymous said...

BN has got the priority wrong.

To spend RM5 billion to build a tall tower is just not going to make it the most recognised structure in the world.

For that amount, we could build 50,000 RM100,000 medium-cost homes or 100,000 RM50,000 low-cost homes which can reduce the number of homeless families drastically.

So, poor people should not vote BN!

angelababy said...

Patrick

Your next posting is long overdue.

Are you OK?

Anonymous said...

Uncle Pat ada konstipasi sampai tak ada posting baru?

Anonymous said...

In previous years, it was the May 13 bogeyman and the 1Keris. Now we have "the primordial instincts", which if badly managed can unleash "large-scale acts of cruelty" (kezaliman yang sangat dahsyat).

It looks like the scare tactics are still there. So where is the change or inclusiveness? Umno speaks with forked-tongue. Rakyat beware. It looks like Umno will defend Putrajaya at all cost in the 13th general election.

Drizzle said...

Najib said, as translated by Bernama: Even if we are broken or divorced from the life of the body, brothers and sisters, we must defend Putrajaya at all costs.

Najib wants UMNO to defend Putrajaya not against attack by foreign power, but against Pakatan Rakyat from gaining power. The only way Pakatan can gain power in Malaysia is through election. It is the BN government that is responsible for ensuring free and fair election and transfer of power to winner. How can the be bloodshed for GE13?

Does Najib imply that UMNO was willing to create a situation where GE 13 needs not be held but BN continues to rule under Emergency rule as his father did?

Drizzle said...

Najib said, as translated by Bernama: Even if we are broken or divorced from the life of the body, brothers and sisters, we must defend Putrajaya at all costs.

Najib wants UMNO to defend Putrajaya not against attack by foreign power, but against Pakatan Rakyat from gaining power. The only way Pakatan can gain power in Malaysia is through election. It is the BN government that is responsible for ensuring free and fair election and transfer of power to winner. How can the be bloodshed for GE13?

Does Najib imply that UMNO was willing to create a situation where GE 13 needs not be held but BN continues to rule under Emergency rule as his father did?

Anonymous said...

Go marry a Turkish lady and your children will be eligible for bumiputera benefits.

Anonymous said...

Najib is set only on protecting himself and the cronies of his regime, democracy and the rule of law be damned. 1Malaysia does not do away with any of the serious injustices in our country; this is not a government for all Malaysians. This is a government for Umno. There is a chance, of course, for Najib to change course, and make 1Malaysia for all; he could, if he wanted to, be remembered as Bapa Reformasi. But unless he takes action, I fear we may well remember him as Bapa Kezaliman.

Anonymous said...

Najib is set only on protecting himself and the cronies of his regime, democracy and the rule of law be damned. 1Malaysia does not do away with any of the serious injustices in our country; this is not a government for all Malaysians. This is a government for Umno. There is a chance, of course, for Najib to change course, and make 1Malaysia for all; he could, if he wanted to, be remembered as Bapa Reformasi. But unless he takes action, I fear we may well remember him as Bapa Kezaliman.

Anonymous said...

The BN government overspent RM4.83 billion last year, its second-highest deficit in recent years after overshooting its operating budget by RM5.7 billion the year before.

Anonymous said...

With absolutely nothing to show after more than 15 months after announcing the KPI for the Corruption NKRA, its time for Najib to exercise his promise to wield his whip

In the latest Transparency International (TI) Corruption Perception Index (CPI) calculations, Malaysia's corruption index score declined to its record lowest levels from 4.5 last year to 4.4 out of 10.

Anonymous said...

Majlis Ekonomi Negara comprises all UmnoBputras – can we expect progress?

It’s like how 2 believe Saiful’s infamous rectum was empty even though he ate n did not pan sai for 2 days, how aah?

Waoh, empty rectum just to store cutie sperm 4 2 days, banyak pandai oh!!!!

Anonymous said...

Oh dear.

PM down with chicken pox!

Anonymous said...

Sometime I wonder UMNO and Najib thinks we Malaysians are a bunch of fools and can be conned easily. Maybe it was easier with our grand parent and parent but not us. Not our generation. We know the different between right and wrong. We know who is telling the truth and who is lying. There is a saying, you can't have the cake and eat it.

Najib, my suggestion to you is to start by referring to us as Malaysian. Not Malaysian's Chinese, Malays or Indians. We are Malaysian. We are born in this country and there is where our rights is? You cannot discriminate other race and then tell them we need your help to build this country.

I don't have problem if you allocate 60% of the low cost houses to the poor and deserving Malays if there are 60% of poor Malays in this country. The same helps should be accord to other race. I don't have problem if you allocate 60% of the education scholarships to the best of the poor Malays for the same reason. But everything else have to be on merit and all Malaysians to be treated equal. When you have the policies changed to address that, then you start talking like how you talk to other race now.

Anonymous said...

A citizen has declared to have committed an offence and the evidence is in the public domain for all to see and read. The AG decides to close the case after an 'investigation'. But the offender is urging the AG to charge him because clearly, one of the two contradictory SDs (statutory declarations) is patently false.

If anyone had defamed LKY (Lee Kuan Yew) in Singapore in a similar manner, he would have taken immediate legal action against all concerned to regain his reputation and remove the stain of suspicion for ever.

In the case of Najib, Nazim and Rosmah, the strategy they have adopted is to studiously avoid any form of court action. Mahathir Mohamad, who has also been accused of corruption, adopts the same tactic. While it may prevent the exposure of facts surrounding the damning allegations, their reputations or what's left of them, lies in tatters.

In the secular court of public opinion (which hardly matters in Islamic Malaysia) they stand accused and condemned of a heinous crime. Their deliberate and adamant refusal to charge their accusers speaks more about their involvement than any written judgement of a competent court.

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