Friday, October 30, 2009
Or maybe for the benefit of the doubt, our Malaysia .gov websites are so vulnerable to hacking.
FYI, Shafie Apdal leads Rurallink.
Thursday, October 01, 2009
Ganja in the PM’s Dept: Two told to enter defence
By LISA GOH
KUALA LUMPUR: Two men charged with trafficking 705.58g of cannabis in the Prime Minister’s Department four years ago have been called by the High Court to enter their defence.
High Court judge Justice Lim Yee Lan handed down her ruling Thursday at the end of the prosecution case which saw 11 witnesses testifying against both the accused.
She ruled that both Mohd Noor Adamiah Zakaria, 25, and Mohamed Iqbal Aminallah, 42, had joint physical custody and knowledge of the drugs, and that there was no break in the chain of evidence in the case against them.
“Based on these, I find that that the accused had joint possession of the drugs, and they are considered as having the intention of trafficking it as charged, unless proved otherwise.
“After examining the credibility of all 11 witnesses and considering the inference, the court finds that there is a prima facie case against them. This court calls the accused to enter their defence as charged,” she said.
The two were jointly charged with having in their possession 705.58g of cannabis, with the intention of trafficking it at the stairwell of the Economic Planning Unit (EPU) building at the Prime Minister’s Department at about 6.30pm on April 20, 2005.
This amounts to an offence under Section 39B(1)(a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952, and if convicted, they will face the gallows.
Heading the prosecution is Deputy Public Prosecutor Mohamad Mustaffa P. Kunyalam, while Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman and Datuk Hanif Hashim acted as counsel for Mohd Noor Adamiah and Mohamed Iqbal respectively.
The court fixed Oct 9 to hear their defence.
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
LONDON, England (CNN) -- The death of a 14-year-old girl in England after she received a vaccination for Human Papilloma virus (HPV) has prompted a widespread freeze on the country's national vaccination program.
Millions of girls have received vaccinations for HPV since 2008, the virus that causes 99 percent of cervical cancers.
More than 1.4 million girls have received the vaccination in England since the National Health Service (NHS) started administering it in September 2008.
Natalie Morton's sudden death Monday occurred within hours after she received a shot of the vaccine Cervarix at the NHS at her school in Coventry.
Three other girls at the Blue Coat Church of England school suffered mild symptoms of dizziness and nausea after receiving the vaccine, according to media reports.
It remains unclear if the vaccine caused Morton's death. Only an autopsy will be able to determine the exactly cause of death.
Glaxo Smith Kline, the manufacturer of Cervarix, issued a recall of the batch of vaccine used in Coventry as a "precautionary measure."
"At this stage the cause of this tragic death is unknown," the company said in a statement posted on their Web site.
"Following immediate quarantine of the batch involved last night, we have taken the decision to voluntarily recall this batch as a further precautionary measure while the investigation into the circumstances surrounding Natalie's death is conducted."
On Tuesday several NHS clinics and schools indefinitely postponed immunizations.Vital SignsEach month CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta brings viewers health stories from around the world.
"As a purely precautionary measure, we have asked the NHS to quarantine all stocks of HPV vaccine from the batch related to this case," a spokesperson for the NHS said.
"Where the local NHS has supplies of vaccine from other production batches, they should continue with the vaccination program."
Many clinics were forced to close as they checked the numbers on their batches of the vaccine.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
The seven corruption charges of money politics and vote-buying which the UMNO Disciplinary Board had preferred against Isa are:
* Allowed his political secretary Mohd Salim Sharif to pay RM300 to each delegate from the Telok Kemang division to the Umno General Assembly on or about September 2004;
* Allowed his agents to pay various amounts of money to delegates from the Cameron Highlands, Kuala Lipis and Bentong divisons to the UMNO General Assembly on September 11.
* Allowed his agents to pay RM1,000 each to delegates to the Umno General Assembly at the Crown Princess Hotel at 11 pm on September 22 and the morning of September 23.
* Permitted his agents to pay RM1,000 each to delegates to the Umno General Assembly at or about 1 am on Sept 23 at the Pan Pacific Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.
* Allowed his agents to pay various sums of money to Sabah delegates to the Umno General Assembly about 1 am on Sept 23 at the Legend Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.
* Allowed his agents to pay RM300 to Sabah Umno delegates at the Tanjung Aru Golf Club and the ‘Kandarah” Court, both of which are in Sabah in early September.
* Allowed his agents to pay RM300 to Kedah Umno delegates at Holiday Villa Hotel, Alor Star and Kelab Cinta Sayang, Sungai Petani around two to three weeks before the 2004 Umno General Assembly.
I'd say the amount above is just chicken feed (for UMNO's benchmark).
This is what M Bakri Musa wrote, on the Selective Memory Apanama:
I am glad this Isa is out. Yes, Mahathir handpicked him as a promising star way back then. I did not share Mahathir’s enthusiasm then, and events have proved that my assessment is correct. Maybe Isa has been in power for too long and succumbed to the temptations of his office, like all the others. Or he thought that the loot was his due, this too is just like the others! His legacy in Negri Sembilan (NS) is nothing to shout about, or more correctly, simply nothing.
On a personal point, when Mahathir was considering Isa to be the chief minister of my state, there were two other top contenders. Both were my classmates at Tuanku Muhammad School, Kuala Pilah. Both were excellent, smart, and more importantly, politically adroit with the kampong folks. They had their ears to the ground. Either of the two would have been a great MB. Instead, Mahathir opted for Isa. Mark that down as another negative for Mahathir, his poor talent-spotting ability. I elaborated on this deficiency of Mahathir in my first book.
And this is what the Mudah Tipu announced at Bijan's hometown.
Isa should step down: PM
Published on: Tuesday, June 28, 2005
PEKAN: Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said Monday Umno Vice-President Tan Sri Mohd Isa Abdul Samad, who was found guilty of indulging in money politics should step down from all party posts.
The Prime Minister and Umno President said that he was sad because Mohd Isa was involved in money politics during the party leadership elections in September last year.
"I'm also sad that Isa was involved in money politics and that he had been punished by the (Umno) Disciplinary Board.
"As such, he has to step down from all posts in the party," he told reporters after visiting the Defence Technologies Bhd (DEFTECH) factory, here.
The Umno Disciplinary Board announced officially Monday, Mohd Isa's suspension from the party for six years.
Also present at the factory visit was Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
"However, he (Isa) can still file an appeal. I hope he can make his appeal immediately," Abdullah said.
The Prime Minister said that to his knowledge, the Disciplinary Board had arrived at the decision after considering all the facts and information received on the matter.
On Isa's position in the cabinet as Minister of Federal Territories, Abdullah said: "This does not arise at the moment because he has to file an appeal (regarding the party post)."
Asked about the possibility of a Cabinet reshuffle in the event that Isa's appeal is rejected, Abdullah declined comment, saying: "It's a speculative question."-Bernama
In KUALA LUMPUR, the Board said it started its investigations into the breach of the party's code of ethics by Isa last October.
Chairman Tengku Tan Sri Ahmad Rithauddeen Tengku Ismail said the misconduct by Mohd Isa was also discussed in detail over two to three weeks before he was called to answer the charges last Thursday.
Asked about the decision to suspend Isa that was adopted by the board in what was regarded as a short time, Rithauddeen said the period was sufficient to scrutinise the 30 complaints against Isa and his testimony.
"On June 23, they (the members of the board) heard the case of Isa and completed the hearing before the Maghrib (prayers) at 5 pm.
After the Maghrib (prayers), they evaluated the testimony and evidence given by complainants until midnight. After evaluating the evidence, they made their decision.
Rithauddeen said Isa was found to have breached Article 2, 2.1, 2.2 and Article 5 of the Umno Members' Code of Ethics.
Article 2, 2.1 and 2.2, which relates to abuse of authority and money, among other things says:
* Party members are prohibited from abusing any authority vested in them for the purpose of garnering votes or support or using influence in any party election for themselves or others or persuading against voting for anyone in the party elections.
* Party members are prohibited from giving or receiving or allowing their wives, children or anyone else from giving or receiving on their behalf, directly or indirectly, any gifts or money from or to any Umno member:
a) regardless whether the giving of the gift is connected in whatever way to the party election.
b) regardless whether it is in the form of money, material, free fare, transport facility, service, entertainment or any other benefit, apparent or otherwise.
Article 5, which relates to functions and meetings, among other things says:
* Party members are prohibited from organising any gathering, meeting, reception and any function involving Umno members in connection with any election for any party post.
Asked how many times Isa was called to present himself before the board and whether the period of one hour and 45 minutes before the Board last Thursday was sufficient, Rithauddeen said:
"Only once ... I feel there was no problem ... how long do you want it?"
The Board's Deputy Chairman, Tan Sri Zaki Tun Azmi, elaborated by saying that before concluding an investigation, the board would ask the accused whether he wanted to submit any other defence, present any other witness or give any more evidence.
"... if he wants to seek a postponement and call fresh witnesses or add evidence, we allow that. We always allow the accused to provide testimony to his satisfaction."
Rithauddeen said the penalty imposed on Isa was proportionate to the offence.- Bernama
Tuesday, September 08, 2009
Opposition MPs want the president impeached over the poll disputes
Somaliland politicians began punching each other in parliament after officials announced a motion to impeach the president could be debated.
A BBC reporter in parliament says some MPs began muttering, then shouting and it quickly descended into a fist-fight as the politicians exchanged punches.
Eyewitnesses said one MP drew a gun, but no shots were fired.
Analysts say relations between the political parties have been acrimonious since the delay of presidential polls.
The BBC's Ahmed Said Egeh in the Somaliland capital, Hargeisa, says police had to enter the chamber on Tuesday morning to restore order.
The election was supposed to be held on 27 September but it was postponed because of a new voters' registration list - the first one to be compiled since Somaliland was formed in 1991.
There were complaints about irregularities in its composition, so the vote was delayed by the electoral authorities.
However, Somaliland's two opposition parties are adamant that the election should go ahead using the list.
President Dahir Riyale Kahin's government has suggested the vote go ahead at a later date without a voters' registration list - which has provoked the opposition to start impeach proceedings.
Somaliland, which is not recognised internationally, has formed its own hybrid system of governance consisting of a lower house of elected representatives, and an upper house which incorporated the elders of tribal clans.
There's no photos or videos available on the BBC website, but here's a glimpse what might have happened:
Now, where's Somaliland again?
Yes, Rosmah, you can find your favourite tigerskin handbag there.
Friday, September 04, 2009
UMNO will still want the seat for sure.
The Malay vote will be split, the Chinese accepts PAS, but what will the 20% Indians do?
Thursday, September 03, 2009
[theSun frontpage and pg. 4, Sept 3, 2009].
The very efficient civil service of Malaysia...all your taxpayers' money goes for them to iron out all your problems - literally.
theSun, Front Page, Sept 3, 2009.
And may I suggest that you hold a banner "Pukimak DA..ging, Take MORE Beeerr (Coz It's Vegan)"
And btw, why are all the angmohs hogging all the frontpages nowadays?
Well, to be fair, we also hog angmoh's
Friday, August 28, 2009
A: Why so seditious the title?
B: No harm intended. Just look at who they are:
Y.B. Encik Liwan Lagang - N.57 Belaga - Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS-BN)
A: Why die lar?
B: If die, got buy-election. No food? Poof! It's raining instant noodles? Daughter raped? Poof! Will be unraped and revirginized. No bridge? Poof! Golden crooked bridge built!
A: 52 years Merdeka liao woh? Why like Third World Country liddat?
B: *cough*Kafir lar*cough*
A: No bridge, use helicopter lar!
B: Helicopters are reserved for DPMs. During buy-elections.
A: I heard Tiong is a timber tycoon also. Is he involved?
B: Who gives a fcuk? When election, pangkah je! They still win wat?
Thursday, August 20, 2009
A: Siapa tuan?
B: Tuan Melayu, beb.
A: Aiks? Nama macam k****g, muka macam k****g, tapi bukan k****g?
B: Bukan. Tapi itu HINDRAF sekarang sudah geng Tuan. *batuk*Buah Pala*batuk*
A: Oh, poyo giler!
[Source, and another bahlol, who didn't even verify the news before publishing it.]
Friday, August 14, 2009
B: Ya. Gang MIC.
A: We tu apa?
B: We...wisel. Prit! Prit!
A: PR tu apa?
A: PAS tu apa?
A: DAP tu apa?
A: PKR tu apa?
A: BN tu apa?
A: Aik, apesal?
B: Pasai mereka kasi I RM 50 dan makan percuma.
A: Ultra vires tu apa?
B: Virus yang ultra.
A: Ultra tu apa?
B: Ultraman. Piang! Piang!
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Ad Hoc = nama poyo untuk Ahmad Hossin Camarul
Ad Idem = nama singkatan untuk Ahmad Idham
Ad Infinitum = Ahmad Tanpa Batasan
Ad Litem = Ahmad Rosli dari KUSTEM
Amicus Curiae = saudara Marie Curie (yang XXRay tu...)
Ante = terjemahan terus Bahasa Ketuanan untuk Bahasa Penjajah "Auntie"
Bona Fide = Roh Mona Fandey yang belum mati
Bona Vacantia = perempuan cantik Latin macam kat TV
Compos Mentis = nama campuran Coke + Mentos + Pepsi = Meletupp!!!
De Bonis Non Administratis = Mati pucuk = 'Tulang Tak Masuk' (The Bone Does Not Admit) ;-)
De Facto = Fakta Itu
De Jure = Juri Itu
Doli Incapax = Dolly (Klon Kambing) Dikapak
Erratum = Erra Fazira Lakon Bollywood...Tum paas aaye, yun muskuraaye, Tumne na jaane kya sapne dikhaaye
Ex Gratia = Bekas teman wanita
Ex Officio = Bekas menteri
Ex Parte = Lepas
Ex Post Facto = Lepas pejabat pos, pusing kanan...
Forum Conveniens = Tempat musyawarah untuk Kerajaan Perpaduan
Functus Officio = Menteri yang funky
Habeas Corpus = Polis
Ibid = Nama bandar ciplak Ubud (kat Bali)
In Camera = Dalam kamera
In Curia = Dalam Marie Curie
In Personam = Dalam peribadi
Inter Alia = Dalam Itali
Mens Rea = Lelaki gembira
Mutatis Mutandis = Ahli terbaru X Men yang mutant
Nota Bene = Buku nota
Nulla Bona = Adik perempuan Nallakaruppan
Prima Facie = Saluran TV propaganda kelima Media Prima
Pro Bono = Sokong Bono (U2)
Pro Forma = Suka isi borang
Pro Rata = Suka meratakan tanah, macam kat Kampung Berembang
Semble = Cara Omputeh cakap 'sambal'
Sine Die = Mati di sini
Sub Judice = Yellow Submarine + Hey Jude = Beatles Poyo Giler!!!
Subpoena ad Testificum = Iklan Z@k@r dan buah z@k@r
and last but not least,
Ultra Vires = Virus yang ultra, dikira menghina lah tu!
For the real list, click here.
Sunday, August 09, 2009
Wednesday, August 05, 2009
Yeah, yeah, shaddup already! I knew some of you can't access my site. Screw my webmasters! I've already packed in some C4s. Problem settled now. Clean.
Now, now, where were we? Oh wow, thank you for the overwhelming response! So do you guys (no gals allowed here, keep your dirty hands off my 1Jibby!) here like my pink theme? Oh, my hair! My hair! You all like it? That's 1Thousand quids...the same hairdresser Posh Becks got, ya' know? (Shh...don't tell the taxpayers!)
Well, what should I write in my 1St post? Hmmm...what about this 1Beotch.
This 1Beotch, aitelya! Was playing 1Eye with 1Jibby in the lift! Thinking that this 1Wife is not around! I told her that there is only 1Husband for 1Wife in 1Malaysia! Anyhoos, my docs advised me not to pressure up too much. My 1Body will explode soon, he said. :-( Both of them are already in my 1Guruji list now. Will be cleaned up soon. ;-)
Oopps, my 1Flight to London is up now. Can't blog more. See ya' all soon. Ciao!
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Well, to be fair, it's a 'B' inside.
To give her some credit, she did get some 'balanced' view, like this chap, who looks more like a good potential MCA leader than a mass comm graduate in the future.
Name and identity have been removed.
But how about the other students who rated Jibby less favourably? All will kena 'ISA'?. All kena lokap for 2 days then released for being 'sorry'? You know, they have been a surge in the cases of university students being arrested in UM (the conteng Dotty kat dinding case, 'cemar' Islam case) , UPM (evangelism case)...
p.s. Malaysian Today is an associate company of theSun, both collectively owned by the Berjaya Group, a Vincent Tan company. It has its printing license (under the Publications Act) due for renewal in May 2010.
p.p.s. Yeh babeh, I'm back. For today. :-)
Tuesday, June 02, 2009
from: Cik Adilah Farah binti Affendi
date2 June 2009 15:10
hide details 15:10 (14 minutes ago)
Saya memohon maaf andainya menganggu ketenangan anda. Saya amat gembira utk berkongsi satu perkara mustahak bersama anda dan biar saya perkenalkan diri saya. Nama saya Cik Adilah Farah binti Affendi, kerakyatan Malaysia, berumur 32 dan bekerja di United Kingdom dengan syarikat Crystal Blues inc. UK. Syarikat kami menjalankan urusan impot dan espot serta juga pengedaran dan pembelian barangan kimia berjenama agro dan agro allied.
Bermula dari Januari 2008 kami telah memperkenalan barangan yang bernama silicon OIL XXQZVB yang mana pengunaan sepenuhnya untuk perkapalan yang sebelum ini dikeluarkan dari negara korea utara, cuba dan Venecuela.Larangan pengimpotan ke atas barangan ini telah dikeluarkan oleh negara british. Setelah membuat kajian melalui wakil kami di Malaysia kami mendapati peluang untuk mendapatkan pengimpotan yg baru disana.
Pegawai kami akan ke Malaysia untuk membuat perbincangan mengenai perkara tersebut dan saya memberi sepenuh kepercayaan terhadapnya kerana Malaysia ialah sebuah negara yang hanya membuka peluang perkerjaan melalui kerakyatan sahaja.
Harga yang di tetapkan di Malaysia untuk 1 kotak Silicon Oil USD$4,500.00 tapi pihak syarikat akan membayar sebanyak USD$6,700.00 seperti yang telah di sebut harga oleh pegawai kami.
Dari kepercayaan penuh yang di beri oleh pegawai kami kepada saya untuk mencari wakil yang sesuai untuk mendapatkan bekalan yang sepatutnya dan segala urusan bila pegawai kami tiba di Malaysia. Pasaran yang telah di tetapkan paling kurang 20 caton setiap kali pengimpotan dibuat.
Semoga mendapat kerjasama. Saya juga akan memberi keterangan mengenai wakil yang telah dilantik untuk pengetahuan anda dan semua keterangan mengenai diri anda kepada Pegawai kami untuk membuat pertimbangan yang sewajarnya dan kami juga akan mencadangkan keuntungan perjanjian sebanyak 40/60 sebagai permulaan.
Ini bermakna anda akan mendapat 60% dan lebihan semasa ialah 40%.
Oi Cik Adilah, kalo nak lebih menyakinkan, saya cadangkan paling kurang pun letaklah nama Datuk yang dody-dodgy ataupun parti rasis-yang-namanya-tidak-perlu-disebut-lagi yang scammer macam ko tu!
Tuesday, May 05, 2009
I think Eric Tsang can cameo as RPK. But then, the squeaky voice...
I wonder how Ananda Krishnan's On-Demand is going to deal with it?
Oh, and all UMNO/Media Prima's TVB series will be banned? I <3 TVB Most eh?
Don't worry, there's always the good ol' Uncle Ho and Auntie Torrent...
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Wednesday April 15, 2009
Rais warns of legal action against errant private groups and bloggers
By BEH YUEN HUI
KUALA LUMPUR: The Information, Communications, Culture and Arts Ministry will use a “diplomatic approach” in dealing with private media corporations and bloggers.
Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim said the ministry preferred to take follow-up efforts than legal action against those who have violated the laws.
He said they, however, have to act against the hardcore perpetrators.
“Those who have broken the laws have to face legal action. If we do not act on them, it is the fault of the administration.
“But I stress that using legal action will be our last resort,’’ he said.
He told reporters this yesterday after taking over duties from Datuk Ahmad Shabery Cheek, who has been appointed Youth and Sports Minister.
Dr Rais, who is the former foreign minister, said he would study the current circumstances and find ways to work closer with private media groups and bloggers.
For this, he said a seminar on the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 and Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission Act 1998 would be organised for journalists and bloggers.
The seminar will enable them to know the dos and don’ts under the acts, he said.
He said combining information and communications under one ministry would enable better efforts in enforcing the two laws.
“We want them to know that we have to take action if something happens,’’ he said, adding that the Bar Council would be invited to help organise the event.
Dr Rais also called on the private broadcast media stations to be pro-active in helping to develop the society and country.
He said some private television and radio stations had failed to adhere to laws that required them to play patriotic songs.
“Most of them are more concerned in making profit,’’ he said.
Dr Rais, who was the information minister from 1984 to 1986, said he would look into the contents of programmes provided by RTM and do the necessary rescheduling to attract more young viewers.
Must air songs, but will they censor it?
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Yeah, everything is fine and dandy in Bolehland.
My Banana Mandarin tells me the caption reads: "Chinese Don't
Catch it here, before it's too late.
Monday, April 13, 2009
And this is the surprise that I got in my mailbox today:
Isn't that a mockery?
Well, not at all. It's a children's book. About our Sarawak's close relatives (No, not about our breadcrumbs-grabber, BN-loving Easterns).
Will read it soon. Thanks a lot, Phil (Monsoon Books)!
As Fiji's armed forces strengthen their control over the troubled South Pacific archipelago, there are warnings the country risks further international isolation and economic hardship as democracy continues to fade.
A turbulent week has seen the military government that seized power in 2006 declared illegal by a panel of senior judges, which prompted an ailing president to tear up the constitution, sack the judiciary and reinstate army strongman Commodore Frank Bainimarama.
"The country's about to fall off a cliff," Professor Helen Ware from Australia's University of New England told the BBC.
"They're going to be in an impossible situation, they don't have a constitution, or a legally constituted government or any obvious way of getting themselves back onto the straight and narrow."
For almost a decade Commodore Bainimarama, an indigenous Fijian, has been a mighty figure in domestic politics.
As head of the country's most powerful organisation, the military, he guided Fiji through the chaos of a nationalist uprising in 2000, only to eventually turn on the man he helped to become prime minister in that uncertain post-coup period, Laisenia Qarase, a retired banker.
The Qarase government, accused of dishonesty and of discriminating against Fiji's ethnic Indian minority, was ousted by Bainimarama's troops in December 2006.
"I think he [Cmdr Bainimarama] is genuine in his views about both racism and corruption," explained Prof Ware.
"Fiji's always had a difficulty in balancing the rights of the native Fijians against the Indians who were originally brought in as indentured labourers.
"Like many people who lead coups, they don't necessarily start off with bad motives."
The army commander, a former UN peacekeeper, has repeatedly resisted international calls to set a timetable for fresh elections, insisting that before democracy is restored, he must cleanse a rotten political system and to create a fairer, multi-racial society.
But more than two years after becoming interim prime minister, Commodore Bainimarama's plans appear vague and worryingly open-ended.
Critics will ask if such a forceful character would be able to hand power back fully to an elected civilian.
His close ally, President Ratu Josefa Iloilo, has indicated that the military administration will serve for another five years and that Fijians will not get the chance to choose their own destiny at the ballot box until September 2014.
Australia's Foreign Minister Stephen Smith said recent events had made Fiji even more of a diplomatic outcast.
"They further isolate Fiji from the international community, they run the very grave risk of Fiji's economic and social circumstances further deteriorating and, of course, to suggest that an election will be held in 2014 is nothing more than a sham," Mr Smith said.
Canberra expects Fiji to be formally suspended from both the Pacific Islands Forum and the Commonwealth.
However, Daryl Tarte, chairman of the Fiji Media Council, believes such steps would simply amount to gesture politics.
"I don't think there is anything the international community can do," he told the BBC News website from his home in the Fijian capital, Suva.
"This is something we have to deal with ourselves here in Fiji."
There is likely to be little, if any, public dissent against the country's new order, but under emergency measures military censors have moved in to stop the press publishing stories that could cause "disorder" or "promote disaffection or public alarm."
"It is tragic as far as the media is concerned," said Mr Tarte.
"The Bill of Rights no longer exists and that means we no longer have the right freedom of speech and freedom of expression.
"The media are all being censored."
Commodore Bainimarama has promised the people a "fresh start", but Fijians will no doubt wonder where his authoritarian style is taking them and their fragile country.
Sunday, April 12, 2009
Muhyiddin Says Chinese Must Be Grateful To BN (For Robbing Their Money and Providing Sexy/Erotic Dances?)
Not sure it will appear on MSM. Especially those owned by the running dogs.
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Friday, April 10, 2009
Thursday, April 09, 2009
Keris Spewed Instead of Tear Gas For ISA Candlelight Vigils; Women To Have Written Consent From Their Families To Blog?
Unity and performance? Sounds like sex!
"You tak suka? Balik kampung tanam jagung!" very likely soon...
More Ah Longs! Drug traffickers!
After all, we've only seen them with their faces covered with white shirts.
Some crazy conspiracy theorists say that they might just be substituted with some dodgy illegal immigrants.
Or shipped to some dodgy places.
Or maybe these theorists might be true after all. You know where we are, right?
Tuesday, April 07, 2009
Friday, April 03, 2009
In recent months, the country has seen riots with the country's ethnic Chinese and Indian communities who accuse the government of passing laws that favor the Malay majority. Najib has said he will do more to address their concerns.
By the way, that picture of Mr. Full-Time-Sleeper (upgraded from Part-Time) looks like some African dictator parading.
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Monday, March 30, 2009
Inconfidence that the King might not?
Remember that dinner with DSAI?
Still don't really believe that it's the end. It's just not so, uhmm, 'Malaysian'. No, not even he has his half monkey Youth clone on top now.
Or maybe not. Maybe he wants to boink Jeanne more.
I don't know.
Saturday, March 28, 2009
Monday, March 23, 2009
Funny thing is besides the 100-odd 'conscious' and 'unconscious' visitors, I still get comments on Namewee, Petronas CSR Report request, exhorbitant tuna rice, and not to mention some occasional questionnaire request and web hosting promotion e-mails.
'Q' is not yet the word, just that don't really feel like it.
Sunday, February 01, 2009
Thursday, January 22, 2009
"Plus, you can always visit the Old Man bakery. Gerenti Jew-free one."
Seriously, where the fuck do they find a place to fit the crowd there?
Anti-ISA, Hindraf et al, you guys ready?
Friday, January 16, 2009
Delivered, sealed, signed.
Yes, Darndest Volume 2 is out!
You'll expect lorry loads of the good ol' South Park-like cut-and-paste jobs (not Photoshop-ed) of politicians, politicians and politicians - all by Fahmi Rehza of the 10 Tahun Sebelum Merdeka fame. And here are some peek of you'll get:
Kit with songkok and grouped together with the other 5 PMs. He looks smart in that headgear. And sure bags loads of votes.
Shahidan Kassim stroking a cock. Not sure if it's his own.
Nik Aziz married with Shabery Cheek FTW!!!
M won hands down with the most pages, followed by Semi Value. Kinda disappointed Sleepy just has 4 pages (there are loads of quotes here, dude).
At stores in March, me thinks? RM 20, paperback, 120 pages.