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Friday, September 30, 2011


And the award goes to.....

My sincere apologies for not updating the blog as often as I should. I have been very busy over the past couple of months trying to 'cari makan' (work for a living) is one reason. The other is that, for some strange reason, my domestic helper, who used to have the daily chore stopped buying The Star and I didn't ask why!!! And that has deprived me of one of my favorite sources of funnies and Niamah!!! material. Just this morning I was thinking about this and paused for a moment to consider making the short trip down 22 floors, walking across a 20-meter lobby followed by a 70 meter walk to the convenience store to get a copy of The Peoples' Newspaper. And the journey back.  I thought about it and .... nah! Then I got online to read The Malaysian Insider to look for some weekend funnies for Niamah!!! It's a bit lean I'm afraid.  But I managed to find a couple that might bring a smile to your faces ahead of the weekend.


The winner of the "I can't believe I actually said this and expect that people will believe me" Award is Deputy Minister of Information Communications and Culture Datuk Maglin D’Cruz when he said,

"......when the government wants to implement something we will always ask the people first. We cannot simply just implement it." Full story HERE.


And the winner of the "I know what I am saying is true but no Malaysian is even going to attempt to believe me and that it could happen" Award is former senior police officer, Mat Zain for saying,

"Any DPP has the power to prosecute the A-G if they want to. Anyone amongst them who has the courage and will. No one can stop them. Not even the prime minister." Phwaaar!!! Terror funny, right?
Full story HERE.

Have a nice weekend, folks



Anonymous said...

Where got lah? The modus operandi has always been :

1Malaysia-sia Sahaja - Implement First, Consult/Amend/Delay/Cancel Later.

Like this then only can get frequent uproars mah, lest the people forget about certain ministers or ministries if they aren't featured in news often enough.


Anonymous said...

Crime rate in Johor has gone down?Early this year, there's already a Singaporean family got kidnapped in Permas Jaya and the ransom paid more was than RM20million, the biggest ransom ever paid in Malaysian crime history to secure the release of kidnapped family members. And, it was reported in BN paper The Star !

Any bigots who insist that JB is safe is a pure bull**** ! During my 7 years working life in JB, I myself had experienced 1 time getting robbed, 1 time car smashed by gangsters, multiple house break-ins when I WAS at home and failed attempted car hijack (Hilux). Not to mention my friend's horror experience getting snatched, robbed and rape cases. Most robbers are armed with guns ! What is our Police & border Army doing ? Sleeping on the job ? Why are there so many guns, may I ask ?

Some people may have bodyguards around them and they've never experience such horror. I suggest to them try walking alone using the Tambak Johor underground / bridge crossing around Jalan Wong Ah Fook at night.

Bolehsian said...

Not surprise!This is Bolehland!
Remember last time,the Lord President can be tried by junior judges and got sacked!

Anonymous said...

Hi Pat, please ensure your Niamah is duly registered before that fella, you know who, will curi and use it as "Apa Niamah" and blame it as misquoted.

ordinary malaysian said...

Very right. And also very terror lah. DPP prosecuting the AG here? Wow, good man. I also support lah if any of our DPPs so terror loh.

Anonymous said...

"......when the government wants to implement something we will always ask the people first. We cannot simply just implement it..."

He was stating their well known modus operandi which is they will ask you for your money before they do anything for you...

Anonymous said...

MCA Youth Chief Wee Ka Siong clarified that the party did not raise any objection to former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s Islamic state declaration in 2001 as that did not embrace constitutional amendments –Malaysiakini

MCA leaders are forever finding excuse to hide its impotence. NEP was launched without amending the constitution. NEP discriminates non-Malays and is unconstitutional. Yet 40 years into NEP, discrimination continues. Does it matter that there was no change to the constitution? Is MCA saying that they did not oppose NEP for the same reason? If so what good is the argument?

Anonymous said...

I was amused by the latest PDRM promotional drive on tv touting their “blue ocean” strategy obviously reflecting on Najip. It should be appropriately called “blue film” or “filem biru” strategy.

monsterball said...

I buy Star to read the death columns and sport news.
Never read any political news for years.

Anonymous said...

My wife and I were in slow-moving traffic the other day and we stopped behind a car
that had an unusual Prime Minister Najib bumper sticker on it.

It read: "Pray for Najib Psalm 109:8".
Why I thought , would any decent Malaysian vote for the worst PM ever who is shaming the whole nation ?

When we got home my wife got out the Bible and opened it up to the scripture.
She started laughing & laughing. Then she read it to me.
I couldn't believe what it said. I had a good laugh, too.

Psalm 109:8 ~ "Let his days be few and brief; and let others step forward to replace him."

At last -- I can honestly voice a Biblical prayer for a Malaysia's Prime Minister!

Look it up -- it is word for word! Let us all bow our heads and pray. shall we ?