Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Dr M backs Thailand over feud with Singapore

The Nation

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Tun DrMahathir Mohammed threw his support behind Thailand's diplomatic spat with Singapore, accusing the city-state of interfering in the country's internal affairs and violating diplomatic norms by permitting its senior government official to meet with ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra.

In an interview with Nation Channel's Thepchai Yong over the weekend on this island resort, Tun Dr Mahathir said Singapore had permitted Singaporean Deputy Prime Minister S. Jayakumar to meet with Thaksin in spite of their awareness that such act would grossly upset Bangkok.

"Singapore doesn't really care about the opinion of its neighbours," said Tun Dr Mahathir, adding that the decision was "unfeeling and not sympathetic".

"Singapore believes the most important thing is what profits Singapore," he said.

Thai-Singapore relation has hit one of its lowest points following the controversial meeting. The Foreign Ministry insisted that it has given the island-state prior warning about Thailand's strong objection to the meeting.

Two weeks ago, army chief General Sonthi Boonyaratglin accused Singapore of spying on Thailand by eaves dropping on telephone conversations, adding more fuel to what was billed as already a difficult situation between the two countries.

"That's the kind of things they do," Tun Dr Mahathir said. The Singaporean government dismissed Sonthi's claim.

When asked about his 22 years of dealing with Singapore, Tun Dr Mahathir said "You'll get no where with them either being nice or being tough, they only think of themselves,"
Nevertheless, Tun Dr Mahathir said both sides to patch things up but "in away that is honorable", which, he said, should start with an apology from Singapore.

The former Malaysian leader said he would welcome a meeting with Thaksin only if the former Thai premier asked for it. But Mahathir quickly downplayed the idea, saying "I don't have anything to discuss with him.

Thaksin has publicly praised Mahathir as his role model during his time in office.

"Although he has said I was his friend and he wants to follow my way. But many of his ways are not my way," Tun Dr Mahathir said.

Thaksin has been living in exile since his ouster in September. The former premier has launched a media campaign to discredit the military-appointed government in Bangkok and the junta itself, accusing them of mismanagement and being undemocratic.

Singapore's investment firm Temasek Holdings purchase of Thaksin family-controlled Shin Corp. in January had triggered an outcry in Thailand and exploded into a national scandal that led to his downfall after it was disclosed that the family paid no taxes on the Bt73-billion deal.

The deal allowed the Singaporean investment fund, Temasek to control operation of mobile phone, Satellite and television network, which the junta deemed as a possible access to security concern areas,

Tun Dr Mahathir said Thailand had benefited economically under Thaksin but added that his handlings of policy and controversies were not very diplomatic.

Tun Dr Mahathir dismissed suggestion that Thaksin had followed his footstep by meddling with press freedom. He said his outspokenness against Western countries has put him in a bad light with the foreign press.

No cut in fuel prices

The governemnt does not plan to lower the fuel prices just yet. Prices hag gone down from USD70 per barrel to USD54 and will review the prices in a year time. But when the government increased the price they did not review, staraight away increase the 30 cent per litre. The government should reduce the price without review too.
Another thing is that the local carriers should reduce or abolish the fuel surcharge which they charged to passenger. Now that the price has dropped down USD20 perbarrel which is about RM72. Airasia and MAS are still charging the old price of fuel surcharge.It's always easy to increase the price but to reduce something impossible.This is the reality and facts of our daily live. Prices of goods keep increasing.The government should reduce the price of fuel asap to help lesser the burden of rakyat.The 30 cent increase was a slap on the face to us the rakyat after a big mandate given to the government.

Tuesday, January 30, 2007

PM Denies Buying VIP Jet

Abdullah denied that he has bought a jet and it is Penerbangan Malaysia Berhad(PMB) who had purchased it. Government is just leasing the aircraft from PMB and it is for government use only. It's better for the government to lease than to buy said Abdullah because of the maintenance. He also said that PMB will gain from the lease of the jet.
Well Mr Lah, first of all let us remind you that Penerbangan Malaysia Berhad belongs to the government if you dont remember or your oxford advisors forgot to brief you on the situation.PMB is currently a wholly owned subsidiary of Khazanah Nasional Berhad.Khazanah belongs to the government.So what is the difference whether the Half Past Six (HP6) government bought or PMB. Who are you trying to fool???????
We are not saying that the government can't buy executive jet for VIP use but we already have 4 VVIP jets and under the control of Malaysian Airforce which is supposed to be guarded and handle by them only. Current jets under Airforce for VVIP are :
1 Boeing Business Jet
1 Bombardier Global Express
1 Dassault Falcon 900B
1 Fokker F-28

Why we have to purchase another jet while the money could be use somewhere else?????
Seems like your oxford advisors(spin doctors) fails to spin this news.We have never imagine you will be like this, we were so happy when you took over the leadership and thanks Tun Dr Mahathir for choosing such a clean image guy but you are so DIRTY.

Monday, January 29, 2007

Batu Talam shows sign?????

Keputusan Pilihanraya 2007

N06: BATU TALAM: 10,525
1. Ng Chee Pang (BEBAS) 419
2. Abdul Aziz Kiram (BN) 6,276
Majoriti/Majority: 5,857
Jumlah Mengundi/Votes Cast: 7,080
Peratus Mengundi/Percentage Voted: 67.32
Rosak/Spoilt Votes: 385

Kemenangan besar BN di Batu Talam adalah kerana kebodohan dan kedayusan pembangkang yang tidak berani menentang BN.Walaupun peratus keluar undi merosot tetapi majority BN bertambah dengan begitu banyak sekali. Tahniah kepada YB Aziz, diharapkan anda akan menjalankan tugas dan tanggungjawab anda dengan ikhlas, cekap dan amanah.Tetapi pada kali ini majority yang keluar mengundi adalah orang-orang tua, kenapa ya????
Dengan kemenangan ini Pak Lah dan Khairy akan mendadik dada seluanya kerana terbukti seperti yang selalu mereka banggakan "Kami mendapat sokongan padu dari rakyat". Akhbar Star hari ini memberi tajuk:-
Najib: Victory shows confidence in Pak Lah
RAUB: Barisan Nasional’s landslide victory shows the people’s confidence in the leadership of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, his deputy Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said.
tak habis2 mengampu.
Satu lagi akhbar tempatan meyiarkan laporan ini :
Abdullah has accused Malaysians of using Internet to spread lies about him.He also insisted he still had the support of the majority of Malaysians despite attacks by critics and this is proven from the Batu Talam by election.Abdullah said his detractors were trying to undermine his leadership but added the most Malaysians were still behind him.petikan dari Borneo Post.

Jadi apakah isyarat yang kita terima dari by election ini, adakah kita lebih baik tutup mulut kita dan hanya melihat sahaja kepimpinan pak lah atau kita teruskan perjuangan kita demi agama,bangs dan negara?????
Tepuk dada tanyalah akal, jangan tanya selera kerana selera kita kadang kala bernafsu tinggi.

Saturday, January 27, 2007

Anwar to complete Phd in Brisbane

MELBOURNE: Former deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will complete his PhD research through Griffith University in Brisbane, a Courier-Mail newspaper report said.
Anwar has yet to finish his doctorate on democracy and corruption in Southeast Asia, the newspaper said.
Griffith University Islamic Research Unit head Mohamad Abdalla said Anwar’s “interest in us is very flattering”.
Anwar will liaise with staff at the university, and is expected to visit Brisbane before his research is published.
- Bernama

Hahaha, this gay oopps guy EX dpm of ours still havent finished his Phd studies and yet Al Jazeera recently called him as Dr anwar in an interview. The best part is he's doing phd on democracy and corruption which he had "done" during his time in government, otherwise there's no enough brain capacity for him to do phd, its all from his own experience.
Mohamad Abdalla from Griffith University you said that anwar has interest in us and is very flattering. Let me remind you of Sukma and the rest, they were flattened too,hehehhe.To anwar continue your shits as we are not stupid to accept it.

Friday, January 26, 2007

USD 50million VIP Jet for pm

SO this government seems to have plenty of money, now they have bought a VIP jet for our dearest pm for USD 50 Not that they should not but the existing VIP jets are also very new, one of them boughtin 2001. They bought airbus A320 jet and now in the process of renovation.The aircraft which carries the pre-customer delivery registration of D-AIDR, of which AI denotes that it still is under the responsibility of Airbus Industrie, is expected to be delivered in the next 3-4 months following completion of outfitting works in Basel, Switzerland.

Currently Malaysia is having Boeing BBJ, Bombardier Global Express, Falconjet 900B and F28 for our VIPs.Is this still not enough??????????
A source said that it would be good if the taxpayer money that spend on this jet be substituted to buying airforce planes.We can buy for helicopters/fighter jets with this money, Nuri helicopter is considered antic and we keep using them...even after so many accident.
It seems that this pm of ours have a very high taste, when he came to power he renovated Sri Perdana for millions even though it was just 4 years old....imagine.
pak lah RESIGN NOW.

Rocky Bru appeal to strike out nst suit

message from ahirudin atan @ rocky bru

Dear bloggers and readers,
Thank you for all your support and encouragement.
Without going into the merits of the case, here is a brief update of what happened in Court:
1. Today was set for hearing of the injunction against me.
2. My lawyers filed an application to strike out the suit yesterday.
3. On the request of both parties, the Court set 22 February (230pm) to hear the striking out application. It is to be heard before the injunction application which is also set for mention on the same day.
For clarity, there is no injunction order against me.
4. Further, the lawyers for the Plaintiffs this morning raised the issue of comments by readers made on this blog in respect of my postings of 18 and 24 January which may be seen as prejudicing the case. My lawyers asked for time to look at the said comments.
The Court set 29 January (900am) for both parties to inform the learned Judge of my position.
In view that the case is before the Court, it is for the Court to decide on all matters pertaining to the same. We must respect the judicial process.
As such, I have no alternative but to decline comments related to this case to ensure that the proceedings run smoothly and fairly.
I will continue to update you on developments as they happen.

Among those who came to support Rocky at the court were ex nstp editor Datuk Kadir Jasin,ex nstp editor Datuk Ahmad Talib,ex senior nstp reporter Nuraina Samad,Jeff Ooi and Sang Kelambai (zaharin who recently sack by umno of his comments on abdullah badawi)and bloggers who came to support Rocky.International media also took interest in this case, among hem were BBC,Al Jazeera.
This incident has made more and more people to read bloggers.This is all because the mainstream media are controlled, there is no freedom in them.

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Waiting for bonus and increment

Our PM said that the economy is good and kicking but business is so slow that most of the private company are not giving any bonuses this year. With all the price hike i dont know how will we survive this year.Look at the photo the guy is waiting for bonus and increment.

Abdullah: I will carry on as there is still much to do

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi says he would like to contest again in the next general election as he still has the appetite to run the country as prime minister.
"Yes, I think so. I will continue to run the country in the capacity of prime minister as there is still a lot of work to be done," he said in an interview on BBC’s Special Edition of Asia Today on Astro, which was aired live from London at 9.30am (Malaysian time) yesterday.
He was asked by host Zeinab Badawi whether he still had the appetite for the job and whether he would run again in the next election.
The prime minister was the special guest of the programme held at his Dorchester Hotel suite.

Well Mr PM dont just think so. Running a country is not a joke and we cant just be thinking and thinking, it has been more than 3 years now that you have been thinking Only, start some action.

On Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s criticism of him, Abdullah said the former prime minister had the right to say whatever he wanted, but as the current leader, he (Abdullah) had a government to run.
“I have to do whatever is best. The economy is better now. The 9th Malaysia Plan was launched last year, and today it’s gathering momentum.
“Maybe (the criticism is because) we are a little slow and he (Dr Mahathir) is getting impatient,” he added.

Oh so Tun Dr Mahathir has the right to say whatever he wanted, so nice of you but hope you meant what you have said. His news are been blackout from the mainstream media, the kubang pasu case, umno general assembly ( just to remind if you have forgotten )....The economy is better now, to whom are you telling , ooh BBC, i thought you are trying to make the "rakyat" fooled again.But 1 thing you are right when you admitted that you're SLOW but let me correct you , you're are TOO SLOW.Please Mr PM stop making us and yourself a fool.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Bloggers must be responsible so do mainstream medias

Bloggers must be responsible for what they write on the Internet as there are laws on defamation and sedition, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said.
The Prime Minister said these laws were enforceable and bloggers must bear in mind that they could not hide or take advantage of the Internet to do something that was against the law.
“They cannot hope to cover themselves or hide from the laws,” he told Malaysian journalists at the end of his three-day working visit here yesterday.
He said bloggers, just like newspaper journalists, must be responsible for what they wrote or risk facing legal action from others

Bloggers to set up legal fund to protect their interests
KUALA LUMPUR: A legal fund will be set up soon as a means to provide financial assistance for bloggers who face legal action such as the defamation suits taken by the New Straits Times Press (M) Sdn Bhd (NSTP) against bloggers Jeff Ooi and Ahirudin Attan.
Speaking at a press conference held by the Centre of Independent Journalism (CIJ) here, Ooi said the legal fund, an initiative by fellow bloggers, will be managed by those with a good reputation.
“The proceeds would not only be used to protect bloggers against suits but also to provide training workshops in the field of investigative journalism for bloggers – subject to the approval of the trustees.”
According to Ahirudin, possible trustees for the fund include the former Prime Minister’s daughter Marina Mahathir and former NSTP group editor-in-chief A. Kadir Jasin.
On Thursday, the court is to hear an inter-parte application for an injunction on Ahirudin, while Ooi’s inter-parte application hearing will be on Jan 30.

ok now what about nstp kalimUlar oopss sorry kalimullah , how many times had he lied in nst, regarding the meeting of pak lah and TDM in japan etc. sarawak tribune had been ban for the prophet cartoon but nst escape only with warning, WHY?????? Because nst is above the law and they belong to media prima which are trying to monopolized the whole media industry so that it's easy for them to fool the "rakyat".Thank GOD the merger between nst and utusan did not happen.we cant be relying on manstream media anymore, alternative media will give us some true picture although not all are reliable.we have to be smart to judge the news nowadays.

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Apa guna demonstrasi kenaikan tol

Adakah dgn buat protest jalanan, kehendak kita semua akan tercapai.Common we are not living in the stone age. Kita ada election setiap 5 tahun, nyatakanlah apa yg anda rasa pada masa tersebut. Buat demo, kena hentam,kena tangkap ngan polis lepas tu mengeluh macam2. Polis brutalitylah,polis itulah. They are just doing their job. I am against the toll hike but what can we do? There is nothing much we can do about it, come next General Election dont vote for the ruling government and PLEASE dont vote for the opposition too as they are USELESS opposition, very sad that Malaysia dont have good opposition.Lihat saja kat batu talam.....memang pondan oppositon kat Malaysia.Ingat next election jangan keluar mengundi atau bagi undi rosak saja, pangkah semua calon bertanding, jangan beri majority besar kepada bn selagi pak lah menjadi pm.

We have plenty of money

"Saya tahu soalan ini timbul kerana orang menuduh kita tidak mempunyai wang yang cukup. Kita ada wang yang banyak," katanya kepada pemberita dalam satu sidang akhbar selepas mempengerusikan mesyuarat Majlis Pembangunan Perusahaan Kecil dan Sederhana (PKS) di Bank Negara Malaysia said Pak Lah. Abdullah berkata dana yang diperlukan telahpun diketepikan untuk RMK9.
Menjawab soalan sama ada ia akan dibiayai secara dalaman, Abdullah berkata: "Ya, ya."

Where is the money Pak Lah???????? Please show us, dont show to certain people only, we the "rakyat" want to see it. The economy has been reviewed by MIER for this year from 6% to 5.2%. Common pak lah show some quality to the rakyat. This is not during your younger days where people can be fooled.Please do spend your time wisely, dont be like the astro ads where Encik Mohan always said I got time.i got time.Time is money.No more fishing and golf after this please.

Sunday, January 21, 2007


have you experience that sometimes bad thing happens one after another. I guess this month is very unlucky month for me......the most worst part is i lost someone i love very much.........

My vacuum cleaner kaput
My vcd player kaput
My bank balance zero
My car tyre punctured this morning
What else will.......Oh God please bless meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

Sunday, January 7, 2007


A defamation lawsuit against two Malaysian bloggers that is Rocky Bru and Jeff Ooi by a daily has alarmed media watchdog who say it is a landmark assault on interet free expression. Who will be next???????????

Saturday, January 6, 2007


I like this plant,heliconia.It's also known as "lipat udang" in Malay according to my brother.I have planted it in front of my house and it always have flowers. There are many types of heliconia namely Heliconia Rostrata,Heliconia Caribaea,Heliconia Bihai and Heliconia Marginata(which i planted).

Aquarium Hobby

The aquarium hobby with all its variations is a very old hobby.The owner develop very close relationship with his or her fishes.My favourite is Discus.
Discus are cichlids and his family of fishes is known for its interesting behaviour in the aquarium.The Discus recognize its keeper and greet him when he approaches the aquarium.They learns when and how they will be fed.
Discus come from the Amazon Basin of South America,where they are found in number of rivers.The average temperature of the water in which Discus live is 32 degree celcius.The pH is in the slightly acid range.
Try this hobby it will give you full satisfaction.

Friday, January 5, 2007


We, Malaysian bloggers, we, who believe in justice and right to free speech, we, who endorse the Bloggers United movement, unanimously condemn the action taken by media conglomerate NST against bloggers Rocky Bru and Jeff Ooi. The action by the newspaper against the duo is an action against all bloggers who believe in their right to free speech, freedom of expression and justice.The recent event may seem like a grave development in the path of bloggers, but it can never and must never impede or stop us from defending our right to speak, to express, to write and to tell the truth, to be the watchdog, eyes and ears of the people, or simply to share our view, and give fair comment on any subject which involves and affects us as humans, as rightful citizens of this country.The recent event may very well give the government owned media the opportunity to dictate the so-called ‘truth” but such actions only prove that bloggers must unite, continue to uphold the right to free speech and freedom of expression, fight for justice, even if it is not our own, be more alert, committed to the cause of free speech, relentless and persistence in the face of such persecution like the one which had befallen on the two of us.What YOU do to any of US, is what YOU do to ALL.As responsible bloggers, we demand and claim our space on the blogosphere for free and fair comment, where important national issues and prominent personalities are discussed.Although it may seem as if the NSTP defamation suits will have a chilling effect on freedom of bloggers, as litigation can be expensive and may jeorpadise a blogger’s economic position, we will not be cowed or silenced by those who have no regard for free speech.If you find our post offensive, you may refute us with correct facts and figures and fair comment, in the spirit of free speech.The first two cases will have grave impact not only on the internet, but country as a whole as the country celebrates VMY2007. The healthy, mature and democratic growth for free speech and expression in our midst is at stake. The reputation of the nation as it strives to promote our multimedia supercorridor and love for IT will be a national joke for all the world to feast on.We demand for a level playing field in all action meted out to bloggers and in particular in the defamation proceedings particularly in terms of financial resources and capabilities, and secondly, that the legal rights of bloggers et al are properly protected in keeping with the imperatives of an information society and knowledge economy which Malaysia aspires to become.For further information, please contact blogger susan loone at and sheih at
source from globalpartners.blogspot

message from tunku: bring down pak lah's regime of dictatorship

Thursday, January 4, 2007

Bloggers Vs NSTP

Oleh: Datuk A Kadir Jasin

Seperti banyak di kalangan blogger, pembahas dan pelawat sudah maklum, dua sahabat kita iaitu Ahirudin Atan (Rocky’s Bru) dan Jeff Ooi (Screenshots) telah disaman oleh New Straits Times Press (Malaysia) Berhad dan beberapa orang pekerja atasannya.
Banyak blogger, pembahas dan pelawat, sama ada melalui komen mereka di pelbagai blog atau melalui panggilan telefon dan sms, telah menyatakan simpati dan sokongan kepada Ahirudin dan Jeff. Ada yang menawarkan bantuan kewangan dan kepakaran.
Saya telah berhubung dengan Rocky dan Jeff beberapa kali mengenai hal ini. Untuk makluman saudara dan saudari sekalian, penubuhan sebuah tabung bagi melindungi blogger, bermula dengan Rocky dan Jeff, sedang diusahakan.Secara langsung, tabung ini menyumbang kepada usaha mempertahankan kebebasan bersuara seperti termaktub di dalam Perlembagaan negara kita.Kita telah dan sedang mengenal pasti beberapa orang tokoh di dalam dan luar dunia kewartawanan untuk dijemput menjadi pemegang amanah tabung ini.Seperti umum sedia maklum, there’s no money in blogging. In fact bloggers spend their own money and spare their own time to manage their blogs for the benefit of visitors and debaters. They do not have the money and the expertise to fight corporations like the NSTP.
On behalf of Rocky and Jeff, I thank all of you for your goodwill and support. Thank you. Terima kasih.

message from tunku : Pls boycott NSTP

Wednesday, January 3, 2007