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Monday, July 11, 2011

The day after


Eh? I thought that Najib's walkabout around the Bersih 2.0 route was an impromptu act to show that the 'silent majority' supported him and the BN government? Then how come they knew ahead to get him a souvenir one? 


I wonder how much this Thamby's business lost during the Najib walkabout yesterday? 

Najib carries 16-month old Mohd Aqil Zikry Khairool, who was with her fatherKhaiool Bujang (in green t-shirt) during the prime minister's walkabout today.  BERNAMA

Hiyoh! I tell you ah children nowadays are so smart la. You can't fool them.

(Photos copied from The Sun website http://www.thesundaily.my/news/74434 )

Niamah!!!

87 comments:

Anonymous said...

i heard the saying when you want to buy a new house ,it is best way to bring a baby along.
If the baby cry or feel uncomfortable then the place is a bit dirty ( Kotor)

The baby knows and cry - not one only the baby yang dekat also cry.

Bersih or Kotor ???????

SandraC said...

hahaha i like the last pic and its caption, u are SO FARNEY lah

Anonymous said...

A new dawn coming soon for Malaysia.

Hope you can write something on this fella's visit to see the Pope. Both these fellas from different planets!

Wonder what they will talk about?

Anonymous said...

The best actor in Malaysia is this fler laaa. The supporting actor role goes to his cousin. However the more than 100K 'silent majority' calling for his "head" is NO acting horrr. It's the real deal.

Anonymous said...

Good evening, Countrymen. Allow me first to apologize for this interruption. I do, like many of you, appreciate the comforts of every day routine- the security of the familiar, the tranquility of repetition. I enjoy them as much as any bloke. But in the spirit of commemoration, thereby those important events of the past usually associated with someone's death or the end of some awful bloody struggle, a celebration of a nice holiday, I thought we could mark this July the 9th, a day that is sadly no longer remembered after few weeks, by taking some time out of our daily lives to sit down and have a little chat. There are of course those who do not want us to speak. I suspect even now, orders are being shouted into telephones, and men with guns will soon be on their way. Why? Because while the truncheon may be used in lieu of conversation, words will always retain their power. Words offer the means to meaning, and for those who will listen, the enunciation of truth. And the truth is, there is something terribly wrong with this country, isn't there? Cruelty and injustice, intolerance and oppression. And where once you had the freedom to object, to think and speak as you saw fit, you now have censors and systems of surveillance coercing your conformity and soliciting your submission. How did this happen? Who's to blame? Well certainly there are those more responsible than others, and they will be held accountable, but again truth be told, if you're looking for the guilty, you need only look into a mirror. I know why you did it. I know you were afraid. Who wouldn't be? There were a myriad of problems which conspired to corrupt your reason and rob you of your common sense. Fear got the best of you, and in your panic you turned to the them. He promised you order, he promised you peace, and all he demanded in return was your silent, obedient consent. Two days ago, a group of people sought to end that silence. To remind this country of what it has forgotten. More then 54 years ago a great citizen wished to embed the 31th of August forever in our memory. His hope was to remind the world that fairness, justice, and freedom are more than words, they are perspectives. So if you've seen nothing, if the crimes of this government remain unknown to you then I would suggest you allow the 9th of July to pass unmarked. But if you see what I see, if you feel as I feel, and if you would seek as I seek, then I ask you to stand beside me one year from today, outside the gates of palace, and together we shall give them a 9th of July that shall never, ever be forgot.

Anonymous said...

pat,
I wander what is the gomen think of his embarrassment internationally view on him and his smile??

tak malu betul!!! keep smiling gomen

niapah and niamah.

Anonymous said...

All paid actors. I can tell by the pixels.

Donplaypuks® said...

TAKE 1:

Najib: Is that a 1Malaysia MAS plane flying up there?

Indian Mama: No, it's 1BAA - 1 Bersih Air Ambiga.


dpp
we are all of 1 Race, the Human race

Anonymous said...

I don't want dirty hands i have a future !!!

Al Faizal said...

Haha... U always funny when mocking picture....

Antares said...

In the last photo it's obvious all the babies are in tears... recoiling from Uncle Pinky's proximity! Grown-ups happy to shake his hand, then apply for federal government tender the next day mah....

Anonymous said...

Wah so caring !! SMS greetings coming soon for the coming festive from Ayahanda..What a wonderful world..

We have many HooLamPah around.

It will look even more touching and caring if Ah koon from the North is around with the 1 malaysia copyright@ smile .

Beh Tar Han.

Anonymous said...

They are UtterlyManipulatingNationalObligation
ByAbusingRakyat'sUrbanity.
The gomen is against FAIR and CLEAN Election.
They are against BERSIH and rather be KOTOR,
KillingOppositionsThanObeyingRules.

Anonymous said...

anon 6.44pm,
sir, aiyoooo ....long angined lah , tak faham pun , you should NO our inglis standard ma ...!
the 1960s MU grad Xmb oso dun NO inglis when he carried juta2 money in a traveling bag from oz ...wat more sikalang our inglis guru2 many half-past six ones , SIGH !
so please NO offence ah ? veri soooori !

Pat, can you see a middle-finger on the kiri side of the 1st foto !??

The frightened baby should have so veri scared of the @#$%^&* & passed his/her (?) water there ! The @#$%^&* ( though pretending smiled) : " damn damn DAMN ...cilaka !"

YES, simple-minded children KNOW siapakah devils !!

Anonymous said...

That baby was crying because he saw a ghost! Maybe a mongolian ghost around?

Anonymous said...

Just look at this. This is how a PM should behave?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dd9slh1Y4Ug&lc=LLhivDOSFrV2hRYX7qlHcQ5FbycQBlXaaG9of-Yzqes&feature=inbox

1 sodomite said...

Ask any doctor which finger do they use to poke your anus with. It's the same blardy finger. So much for that erect finger. Hope najis uses a "fingerdom" otherwise it stinks like hell.

Anonymous said...

Najib is saying one finger up your ass and fly off to the moon in the MAS kite.

As usual the same ass-lickers are there.

Anonymous said...

kata org...
budak2 kecel or belom baligh...
selalunya dibuka hijab mata...
nampak antu or somethings yg scary...
so, for me...
pix above was told us...
hahahaha...

Anonymous said...

No one was wearing royal color. But then the ribbon on the souvenir is Bersih colour. Hehe.

Anonymous said...

So pitiful...even the innocent babay knows what is right n what is wrong...can differentiate who is BERSIH n who is KOTOR!

Anonymous said...

Hahahahaa... this is damm funny. Surprising - or maybe not - all the babies are crying. That says a lot. Yeah... babies never tell lies unlike those adult sycophants. This photo is classic!

Anonymous said...

The University Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) social anthropologist Professor Datuk Shamsul Amri Baharuddin that the Najib administration should discard its “Cold War” mindset and to modernize its concepts to address internal security and national issues. BN are still trapped in a “time warp” causing their total disconnect with ordinary Malaysians and the fact that they are living in 2011 in the era of social media and the Internet.

Eyes of Cat said...

Numerous video clips had shown that the Bersih’s marchers had been walking orderly and peacefully on several stretch of roads leading to the heart of KL despite risking their lives against the brute force of the police. Then came truck loads of police and FRUs chasing after the protestors, spraying water canons and firing tear gas just because the idiotic IGP, the Home Minister and a lame PM had personally declared the rally to be illegal. The rally could never have turned chaotic or caused disruption to business or property damage. The marchers were so well behaved and the rally was conducted in almost a carnival like atmosphere.

I hope the Home Minister and the IGP will learn from their stupidity and allow a similar rally to be called and organised in Kuching and some parts of Malaysia by MoCS leader, Francis Paul Siah on August 13 2011.

Anonymous said...

Najib is proving – yet again – that he is no statesman. Not now, not before, and in all likelihood, never ever. Resorting to narrow communal sentiments and thinly-veiled threats again.

I was still young when he threatened (a certain ethnic group) at the TPCA Stadium in 1987. The local print media reported about it then (copies should still exist in various archives) and it was even featured on the Wikipedia page on him (since removed, but there are the archives, and the logs of who did what editing).

So I am not surprised that the person who once mouthed such sweet words when he became PM is providing yet more concrete evidence that he is simply incapable, incompetent and 1Mr Lembek.

Then again he was never elected PM by the rakyat; he only got the post by virtue of Pak Lah stepping down. He was not even elected UMNO President by its members, and as of now, his hold on that post, which traditionally had meant the PM’s post as well, is only by means of postponing party polls for the eye-popping period of 18 months in early December 2010.

Technically, his position as PM is legit I suppose, but morally? How legitimate is his position in such a light?

And now, his massively fumbled handling of BERSIH 2.0 has brought a great deal of disdain. Not only in Malaysia but around the globe, folks are laughing at him.

But perhaps more importantly, the Malaysians of all races have awoken to what he and his co-horts are truly like. The dark heart of “you help me, I help you” politics has come back to haunt him.

BERSIH 2.0 is clear and irrefutable testimony that the people (including the silent majority) will no longer accept his brand of democracy and governance.

Anonymous said...

31st Aug - National Independence (Merdeka) Day

9th July - People's Independence Day - do it people, every year with yellow hibiscus - to be renamed Hibiscus baharuddinii - in memory of the man who paid the ultimate sacrifice.

Anonymous said...

how much were they paid? could've use some xtra cash in inflation malaysia

Anonymous said...

LOVE your sarcasm ! hahahaha

xRrey said...

They knew well in advance, notice the gift had a
YELLOW RIBBON....BERSIH

Anonymous said...

Pope : " Welcome , sinners from malaysia ! "

Su Chin said...

why weren't you at the bersih 2.0 rally? Thought it would be up your alley. *ahem*

Anonymous said...

Patrick,

As we all know, there is nothing impromptu about the 1PM. The only thing impromptu about him is his ability to talk cock at every opportunity and pretend to look intelligent!!

CFK no more said...

This video has gone viral on Youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgHSZQhP630

See for yourself the behavior and unhygienic preparation of a famous fast food chicken chain in Malaysia. Surely you will have 2nd thought of dining there again!

Anonymous said...

samsam:
The babies are crying because the future looks bleak if pinky lips and his goons were to hang on to power and continuing plundering and blundering the country. Ther are the ones that is going to face.......hoooooaaaaahhhhh.....

Anonymous said...

We now know the pm of bolehland is not only a perception politician but also a great comedian, great enuf to arouse laughters from a group of monkeys of his kind!

Anonymous said...

Patrick,

Young innocent beings are most sensitive to evil and its presence. The innocent baby in the photo sensed the evil in a certain person "who shall not be named" and cried as if to say "Get me outta here".

Anonymous said...

Hi Pat,

Looking forward for you to blog about the rm73million ring of FLOM.

Anonymous said...

Did we see the crowd behind him. If there know how to count it would be in the region of '500K'. Wow! big crowd hah!. Compared to Bersih's '5K'. !@#$%&*#@

adamJ said...

I like what Muhyddin said about the opposition being good actors and should have won several Oscars. I feel that they're being too humble. They should say that they themselves could also win the Oscars for not only best actors but also directors for making good stories using our local media.

Even if the oppositions really had the intentions of hijacking the rally for their own good, it will only benefit them for the short term as their plan will certainly backfire if they were to rule like BarisanNajib.

On another hand, bloody Ng Yen Yen claimed the rally caused RM100m loss to the traders and hotels. Does she expect anyone to believe that!? Firstly, spending so much on the facebook pages and now RM100m loss!? To hell with the corrupt bitch!

Anonymous said...

I hv never visited yr blog and am very surprised to read this 1st article, is this really you Patrick?

At your age, it is quite shameful. You did not vote him as your PM, but he is still the PM, as an elderly person, show some respect.

May I ask, had your elders spoken such to their Chairman Moa, what wld have happened, but no, they ran away to save their heads right?

Kata Melayu, sedar dari mana datang asal usul mu.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Notice the souvenir they gave Najib is a kite. Are they trying to tell him to go fly it?

Anonymous said...

The yen2 is just plucking figures out of thin air. ask her to justify it if she can.
I have not had the chance to meet her and I will definately spit into her bloody stupid face.

Anonymous said...

eh ? the clown fellow gone alrady ..ah. contract over ??

niamah...if pay more money backside also can sell lah...

real fucker lah

chang from usj

Khun Pana aka johanssm said...

Notice the YELLOW ribbon on his arranged but impromptu souvenir?
Feels good to mock the Mat Mongolia.

Malaysia BERSIH !

Anonymous said...

different culture for different folks!

you bagi saya angkat ..saya tidak minta .. mana ada salah ??

scary isnt it ???

be very scared ...

Anonymous said...

I wonder if the Pope and the Vatican have to remove the crosses and the images of Christianity when Najib goes to the Vatican.

Anonymous said...

These pictures are really interesting. Everyone in these picture with the PM was so well dressed, the shirts were well pressed. Malaysia is really a prosperous country. Then look at all the 709 pictures, the people in these pictures much have been in a different country based on the clothes they wore were so much poorer. This Bersih thing is so radioactive that whatever and whoever touches it lead to great amount of radiation exposure.
Patrick, you are on par with producer Ang Lee.

Anonymous said...

check out today's star paper 15/7. the queen is wearing yellow! maybe she's trying to send a message to our pm :)

Samad said...

10 Q&A's on things you need to know about Bersih 2.0:


http://www.nkkhoo.com/2011/07/14/10-q-as-your-must-know-about-bersih-2-0-rally/

Ah Guan said...

Hi Uncle Patrick,
Allow me to share your blog in my FB! Thanks

Anonymous said...

Souvenir also got BERSIH colored ribbon. Podahlah!

Anonymous said...

where is the guy who called ambiga the hindu women?

Anonymous said...

Pat, NO 'Friday funnies' on the Queen's YELLOW dress meh ??

Anonymous said...

eh..? how come no newspaper show pic.of PM & UK Queen shaking hand?

Niamah...!!!

Anonymous said...

to.8.35 .the clown 's contract to provoke the no- balls china man is over.

waiting for new assignment..most probably to add salt to one no-balls chinaman hospital soon...wana bet?




usj.com

Anonymous said...

i think in to day 's time ,not so easy to bluff people. last time ,one fucking loctot mamak ,just throw in some religious stuff , everybody just 'obey'. and just mentioned white people colonized us ,everybody body hate the whiteman..

well i guess it is all in the past..

Niamah the fucking bastard doctor !(actually..real doctor or bluff one..)

Anonymous said...

Dear Patrick, some news from U.K. which will never be published in the Malaysian local media:- "" In fact the local Westminster Police have readily acknowledged to the demonstrators that they are being constantly pestered by the Malaysian High Commission, who have been asking for information about where protests are due to be held and for details about the organisers. The Malaysians have also tried to demand that the British police ban the protests form taking place!


However, the UK is a free country and the police have politely told the Najib's people that they are not prepared to harrass citizens or remove their freedom of expression in order to spare the blushes of a visiting 'dignatory', who has just spent the past weekend harming and injuring people in his own country.

The demonstrations have passed peacefully in London and a result and there will be more during the remainder of Najib's visit.""


puchongnck

Anonymous said...

polis said : no .never shoot in hospital

Liow: no .100% no.

Director of hospital: no lah..mana ada..

Pornstar : if got..also because of the wind


Hospital doctor: yes .got.. dont belive ..come lah ..wana fight?

public : go lah ..i was there . but to say i say one ok..

major newspaper : what gas or water? where ?

Bar people: got..got..got..

niamah in kuning said...

Your nimah sticker got yellow color one or not?

Anonymous said...

TBH’s death have awakened thousands of Malaysians to vote with their conscience.

The signs of how voters will vote is clearly seen at BERSIH 2 walk.
TBH’s death still unsolved to protect MACC.

All Malaysians know that and Najib’s “People First. Performance Now” and his openly speech to promise TBH’s family..he will solve the case within 1 month…have proven what a liar he can be.
TBH’s death have help to reveal the KOTOR government cannot be trusted at all.

Strangely…he has to die to help free Malaysians.

One day…his soul will rest in peace.

May TBH’s family members be healthy and well.

Anonymous said...

At a dinner given by supporters of Najib at London,a circular was sent out that lady guests evening dresses can be any color but yellow.The organisers faces were blushing red and Najib headed for the restrooms when all the guests arrived in yellow suits and dresses!!!

Anonymous said...

有必要改進選舉制度,實現709遊行集會的宣示!

Anonymous said...

Is Najib and MACC trying to negotiate for a watered-down version of an unflattering RCI report on Teoh Beng Hock's death?

Will the royal commission members allow themselves to be bought to save those whose hands are red with the blood of Teoh Beng Hock? Is it because it's close to GE13 and a negative report is not going to be good for Umno-BN?

wataniah said...

After seeing what Najib and Hisham threw at peaceful Malaysians calling for free and fair elections, I am so angry, righteously angry, that I will do all I can to ensure UMNO-BN is defeated at the next GE.

No government of the people, by the people, for the people, does that to its own citizens!!! Najib's government is not of the people, by the people, for the people. It is in reality an illegitimate government in a democratic country.

Poh Swee Hiang said...

Q: What do you call yellow in Malaysia?
N: It should be KOTOR!

Anonymous said...

fat mama told her best friend that she started saving money since she was at a very young age in order to buy that USD24 Million ring!

Let’s say she started saving money while she was learning to crawl at the age of 1. So she has been saving for 60 years. USD 24,000,000 divided by 60 = USD 400,000 a year. Now what job pays USD 400,000 a year to a 1-year-old kid? Now that the fat lady has sung, it is all over.

Pantun Kuning said...

Umno/BN is not facing up to reality
Talks with EC came to a dead end
The people has spoken via Bersih rally
Come GE13, vote out the corrupt BN

Daggen said...

Umno’s winning formula is being stripped bare and that is why umno is panicky. First, kampung folks and ignorant/lowly educated natives, as a collective group of umno’s supporters, are showing signs of dimunition. Their age, education level and exposure to reality, as time passes, are all definitely not in favour of umno. Umno in rhetorics and umno in reality are two completely differently entities. In fact umno’s greedy ways and needs are shortening the exposure to reality process. Second, freshly baked bumiputras using dr mamak’s projek ic secret recipe are not reliable as support. Because they too would sooner or later discover the rhetorics/reality dichotomy and be disillussioned thereby. Third, civil servants would of course support umno. They were so indoctrinated by the BTN. But ultimately it could be because umno somehow is able to exert a hold over them. Inspite of these, a growing number of them are also getting dissatisfied with umno and hence are turning against umno. The real umno they have to face and deal with is not the same as the umno they hear or see.

It is therefore obvious that umno now would need to rely more and more on the federal government’s machinery and bodies like the election commission, the police force, the army, the AG, the judiciary, the macc and of course the draconian and completely out of date laws. In the last instance, more often than not the reliance upon them were either in bad faith or an outright abuse.

All of these have been rolled together and hammered by umno into one powerful weapon, i.e. the weapon of fear. The fear of being deprived of freedom and of being beaten and tortured and even murdered while in detention. In other words, umno has taken on the attitude and outlook of an autocrat.

Unfortunately for umno, the once powerful fear weapon has gone blunt. For one thing, umno should not have overused it. For another, youths of today – not having had the nightmarish and live threatening experience of world wars – are a great deal less fearful. On the contrary, they seek fear for sheer entertainment. Besides, education and increased general awareness have encouraged them to be more independant and assertive insofar as their basic rights are concerned.

The clampdown and police brutality which umno directed in the recent bersih 2.0 rally is one glaring example of use by umno of that fear weapon. The clampdown and brutality have failed to produce the desired effects and this is proof that umno’s fear weapon has in fact gone quite quite blunt.

In short, umno’s collapse in inevitable and imminent. Correct decisions and actions by umno now can only secure them a soft and perhaps a slightly delayed landing.

So umnoputras, abandon ship while you still can.

Daggen said...

Umno’s winning formula is being stripped bare and that is why umno is panicky. First, kampung folks and ignorant/lowly educated natives, as a collective group of umno’s supporters, are showing signs of dimunition. Their age, education level and exposure to reality, as time passes, are all definitely not in favour of umno. Umno in rhetorics and umno in reality are two completely differently entities. In fact umno’s greedy ways and needs are shortening the exposure to reality process. Second, freshly baked bumiputras using dr mamak’s projek ic secret recipe are not reliable as support. Because they too would sooner or later discover the rhetorics/reality dichotomy and be disillussioned thereby. Third, civil servants would of course support umno. They were so indoctrinated by the BTN. But ultimately it could be because umno somehow is able to exert a hold over them. Inspite of these, a growing number of them are also getting dissatisfied with umno and hence are turning against umno. The real umno they have to face and deal with is not the same as the umno they hear or see.

It is therefore obvious that umno now would need to rely more and more on the federal government’s machinery and bodies like the election commission, the police force, the army, the AG, the judiciary, the macc and of course the draconian and completely out of date laws. In the last instance, more often than not the reliance upon them were either in bad faith or an outright abuse.

All of these have been rolled together and hammered by umno into one powerful weapon, i.e. the weapon of fear. The fear of being deprived of freedom and of being beaten and tortured and even murdered while in detention. In other words, umno has taken on the attitude and outlook of an autocrat.

Unfortunately for umno, the once powerful fear weapon has gone blunt. For one thing, umno should not have overused it. For another, youths of today – not having had the nightmarish and live threatening experience of world wars – are a great deal less fearful. On the contrary, they seek fear for sheer entertainment. Besides, education and increased general awareness have encouraged them to be more independant and assertive insofar as their basic rights are concerned.

The clampdown and police brutality which umno directed in the recent bersih 2.0 rally is one glaring example of use by umno of that fear weapon. The clampdown and brutality have failed to produce the desired effects and this is proof that umno’s fear weapon has in fact gone quite quite blunt.

In short, umno’s collapse in inevitable and imminent. Correct decisions and actions by umno now can only secure them a soft and perhaps a slightly delayed landing.

So umnoputras, abandon ship while you still can.

Wilweedz said...

Yeah, spot on Patrick! Babies are so smart nowadays. Both kids also crying... suey la PM!

Anonymous said...

Last week, Ibrahim Suffian of Merdeka Center stated that most who thronged the streets of KL were first time participants. youths that he dubbed the "Facebook generation"
Tell me, which rally did majority of this Facebook generation participated in?

Was it Bersih or Patriot?

Compare the numbers and the extent of youth participation of both rallies and you have your answer on which side has the upper hand in the cyber war.

By cracking down hard on the Bersih rally, the BN government has further alienated this potential vote bank and it may cost them dearly in the next GE
After GE 12, we have witnessed bloggers like Raja Petra, Haris Ibrahim, Hishammudin Rais etc played the role as kingmakers and even bloggers like Jeff Ooi was fielded as candidates. Maybe Patrick Teoh is the next one?

Expect the select few of the Facebook generation to stand as candidates in the upcoming GE.

And I have been to Tun Faisal's blog and read his articles
Definitely rantings from a deranged, low intellect, Ketuanan Melayu infested mind
His blog focused more on "why PR is the worst choice" rather than "why UMNO/BN is better"
Even Aharuddin Atan aka Rocky's bru displayed more intellect and decency in criticizing PR

Nevertheless, we must not be complacent. With a figure like Khairy at the helm,UMNO is unlikely to make a mistake regarding the cyber war for the second time.

Let's not forget that Khairy is the same person who insulted bloggers calling them "unemployed" , "stay at home mums", "people with no life" etc 4 years ago.

Anonymous said...

Last week, Ibrahim Suffian of Merdeka Center stated that most who thronged the streets of KL were first time participants. youths that he dubbed the "Facebook generation"
Tell me, which rally did majority of this Facebook generation participated in?

Was it Bersih or Patriot?

Compare the numbers and the extent of youth participation of both rallies and you have your answer on which side has the upper hand in the cyber war.

By cracking down hard on the Bersih rally, the BN government has further alienated this potential vote bank and it may cost them dearly in the next GE
After GE 12, we have witnessed bloggers like Raja Petra, Haris Ibrahim, Hishammudin Rais etc played the role as kingmakers and even bloggers like Jeff Ooi was fielded as candidates. Maybe Patrick Teoh is the next one?

Expect the select few of the Facebook generation to stand as candidates in the upcoming GE.

And I have been to Tun Faisal's blog and read his articles
Definitely rantings from a deranged, low intellect, Ketuanan Melayu infested mind
His blog focused more on "why PR is the worst choice" rather than "why UMNO/BN is better"
Even Aharuddin Atan aka Rocky's bru displayed more intellect and decency in criticizing PR

Nevertheless, we must not be complacent. With a figure like Khairy at the helm,UMNO is unlikely to make a mistake regarding the cyber war for the second time.

Let's not forget that Khairy is the same person who insulted bloggers calling them "unemployed" , "stay at home mums", "people with no life" etc 4 years ago.

Anonymous said...

bn likes KOTOR black but hates BERSIH yellow !!

Anonymous said...

the fucker CLOWN now gives Rm5000.00 to those who are real racist .

Anonymous said...

We should boycott NST and BH!

All top journalists as well as management personnel in New Sunday Times and Berita Minggu are responsible for the photographic falsification of a PAS Unit Amal volunteer as a violent 709 protestor armed with knife when he was holding a Malaysian flag and not throwing rocks at police should step out and own up.

Charlie Oscar said...

“Baharudin Ahmad, a 59 year old Malay taxi driver, died during police action at the rally. Encik Baharudin was a typical Malay self-employed city-dweller, struggling to make ends meet with a low-paying job and rising costs of living. Yet he succeeded in putting his daughter through medical school. The authorities have ignored his family’s grief.”

These few words painted a very succinct and poignant picture of the ordinary poor Malay different from those in the rich class who can afford $24 RM diamond rings!

Baharudin Ahman was no different from the poor farmer who toiled in the paddy field or the fisherman on the sea to provide food for the table. He did not die in vain. His life showed how the poor strived hard to make ends meet.

Bahrudin was admirable in that by working as a taxi driver he succeeded in educating his daughter. What was even more admirable was that despite of his heart condition he made a point of being at the Bersih march. His death from a heart attack and evidence of being seriously beaten raises question on whether this was due to police brutality.

He is in a way a symbol of all the poor who overcame their fear of the authorities’ threat of violence and stood up to have their say on Bersih day regardless of race.

His death has already immediate repercussions for UMNO. The authorities ignored his death and this will certainly turn public opinion against them and enable people to see that UMNO does not protect the poor regardless of race. Bahrudin’s brother an ex-service man shortly after his death declared that he is joining the opposition Pakatan. If these people who were literally the foot soldiers of UMNO are turning away from it then things are really changing.

Those of us who do not understand how the poor people survive can gain a little insight to the conditions of the poor such as even Malays whom UMNO championed for 54 years. Yet the majority of Malays remain poor.

UMNO’s economic solutions have gone off the track despite their original good intentions and ended up with “unbridled” corruption and enrichment of a small class of Malays within UMNO and its exclusive circle of MCA MIC and Sabah and Sarawak political and tycoon cronies.

The Bersih march can represent many things for different people. In one aspect it represents the awakening of the majority poor and middle classes against the minority ruling class.

So the day of reckoning for the UMNO ruling class is approaching fast when the majority poor class of people are beginning to rise up and question their social conditions.

Anonymous said...

..see thamby very clever to bodek..one ...dont why ..i think it is about getting out of the corner thing..nowadays all corner taken up by the mamak....this time die standing in the corner..if ..

ekonomist said...

Here are the parts in The Economist magazine that are ‘black-outed’ by BN:

1) “…and one man died of a heart attack.”

2) “The march itself was then banned, although the authorities offered Bersih a stadium to meet in – and then withdrew the offer.”

3) “The heavy-handed police tactics have provoked a lot of anger; the government has conceded an official investigation into claims of police brutality. In one instance (caught on film), police seemed to fire tear gas and water cannon into a hospital where protesters were sheltering from a baton charge.”

Anonymous said...

Those at the pinnacle of power in Malaysia, namely the UMNOputras and cronies had to pay a lot of money to get to the position of advantage they wanted. The top man, Prime Minister gets the key to Petronas with perogative to make it his own ATM and is simply above the law. He has all the important State institutions completely under this control and if that is not enough repressive laws like the ISA, EO, OSA etc are all at his disposal. These benefits percolates down the line and the gravy train only stops after cronies like the MCA, MIC and Gerakan running dogs lap up the last drop.

Frankly BN politicans are there for one and one reason only and that definitely is not to concern themselves with trying to get the country conducive for foreign investment. They are out to rape the treasury and after having done that they will leave the country behind to die while they wallow in luxury in some far off land. If Pakatan cannot convince enough of rural folks to understand this fact and still have them vote BN in the coming election, it means that we will be finished as a nation fast forward.

s.y. said...

ka,ka,ka,ka,ka, last pic and caption is hillarious.

Anonymous said...

The RCI is a sham. Whether or not TBH is weak or strong, the question remains. He died under the interrogation by MACC. Now that it is exposed that the 3 officials acted in an aggressive manner, then MACC IS responsible for the death, whether it is suicide or otherwise. However, the RCI did not address the various injury marks found on TBH’s neck and body. They could have been the direct cause of death and NOT suicide. Stating suicide is the most convenient way to pass the buck to the dead person. It is shameful and farcical to the highest order to blame the dead.

UMNO is so evil beyond words
Is this what Najib refer to as ” Defend Putrajaya at all cost”

awani said...

The problem we have now is that UMNO is led by the pair of clown cousins who became ministers not by virtue of merit, not even within UMNO, but by virtue of their fathers' names. Leadership that comes in this manner, without any learning or merit is essentially unlearned and unproven leadership which is tantamount to no leadership. Neither Najib nor Hisham have demonstrated any leadership abilities, not in school, not in university, not in UMNO, not in business, not in politics. All they have had have been delivered on silver spoons. And because all they have ever had have been delivered on silver spoons they have no clue what the suffering of the poor in Malaysia is like. They have never tasted poverty nor suffering.

Both have also shown no real academic prowess, no critical thinking ability and hence their response to the demands of the right thinking Malaysians. All they know is the race politics in which they grew up, but they have no mental ability to be visionary leaders. No ability to learn and to grow like other Malaysians. So when they feel challenged, they respond only with brawn, not brains. It's sad. One feels sad for them in fact, that they cannot respond with brain but only with brawn. If UMNO wants to continue leading the nation, it must go back to the basic principles of merit and moral values, of love for God and country, not of love for money and self which it has fallen into. If UMNO cannot remove this pair of clown cousins, this will be the last time that UMNO will be in power. UMNO must lay aside the cousins and appoint visionary leaders or perish!

Anonymous said...

read somewhere now MCA is called Malaysia Clown Association..funny really. who their 'royal patron' imbrahim the clown?

niamah !!!!!!...wind bow tear gas in the compound ..real fucker lah..

k.chang from usj

Anonymous said...

some one forget to let the dogs out .! during the ec debate. making it diffcult for ec deputy.

sorry the clown ..i mean.

Anonymous said...

MIC hebat betul..man..!!! suddenly appear on the news (after a period standing in the corner...) done a fantastic appeal ...

niamah !

chroniclesist said...

Hi there, just thought I would share this here. I'm a Malaysian student studying in Melbourne and was told that only the Malaysian high comm in Canberra could issue me a police check. Knowing them, I called ahead asking if I got the right place and what I needed to do etc.

When I got there (on Friday, should have known better. Friday is no work day whatever country you plant these people on), everyone was standing around chatting and fooling around with each other. (surprised? no, not really)

I was then told that it is only by appointment and they only did them Monday to Wednesday. Also, it was already 11.30am and their lunch break was at 12.30pm and therefore the receipt book is now closed (how the hell you close a receipt book, is beyond me).

Big boss came out to see what I wanted, since he was the one who had the authority to sign the documents. I explained to him the time and money I have invested to come all the way, and I was promptly informed that I could have done this in Melbourne itself. Shouldn't someone have told me this when I made that phone call?? Also, these information were all on their 'website.' I'm sorry, but website? WHAT WEBSITE?!? That website, is a freaking joke.

As I was the only person in the office at that time, they took the opportunity to bully the **** out of me. I have never felt so small in my 21 years of life.

After pleading, and almost to the point of begging, I was in tears and ready to give up. In desperation, I was stupid enough to ask where the nearest bus stop was to get me back to the city (as I got really lost on my way there). I obviously forgot these people drive around in big cars.

For some reason, big boss then decided he had a soul and turned to his secretary asking if the receipt book is still open and if they could do one more transaction. Her response:"If you want to."

It was downhill from there. I was told that "You should be nice to him. He is the boss here." I was so stunt upon hearing that I could not come up with a response.

I then (literally) had my documents thrown back at me when she was done with them. It was also apparently my fault that she didn't have change for a 50 dollar note. It didn't help matters that my Malay was rusty and I couldn't fill up the forms properly. There were English versions, but I'm "supposed to know Malay because it is the national language."

The time it took for them to issue that document did not exceed 10 minutes. In the time it took for them to sit down and argue with me, they could have easily processed another 10 applications.

When I finally got that document, again thrown in my face, I was told 'you can go now'. Oh my you should have seen how I bolted out of there.

That was the day I swore to myself I no longer want to be a Malaysian. It is too embarrassing to admit I come from the same place as these airheads. I no longer feel proud of where I come from.

Then the tears came from the deep sadness that the people who are supposed to be representing my country and helping Malaysians in a foreign land are the ones who have gave me the most grieve in my 7 years of living abroad. I shudder to think what would happen if one gets into trouble here and were relying on them to help you out of it.

I'm still extremely disgusted at how I was treated.

Anonymous said...

you should bring along a camera man to record your step 1 to step last.

and FUCK THEM ALL LATER !!!

i am fumming .......!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!NIAMAH !

Nuffnang