Beloved Suki of Emeryn Wong is still missing from BU10, Bandar Utama today(17th Oct 2011)..It’s a Sunday..go out on ya kapcai or walkabout around that area.plz
About Suki :
- Short length coat FEMALE Australian Silky terrier with brown face and feet, gray body
- big black round eyes
- response to the her name SUKI, mum mum, soukei, kai kai
- can do quite a few tricks
- very friendly towards human
- Microchip no. : 458098500115117
Today’s Sunday Star said brace for floods. I then flip to page 2 there is nothing about Himpun so I continue and I finally saw an article in page 6 saying Himpun makes a stand and a picture of a small group of Muslim ladies carrying the banner “Melayu Sepakat Islam Berdaulat”. There is another small article on page F26. Anyway, I seldom buy local papers these days as they are merely tools of politicians. I usually buy because I want to read some sport news and even that I find internet news are better and more timely.
Anyway, in all accounts, this call for one million muslims to gather at shah alam stadium have failed. The question is why? There were sufficient notice. There were enough media coverage. There were even support from the government. But why so few turn up. Less than 0.5% of the promised 1 million or 0.03% of the total muslims faith in this country. In comparison, in Bersih 2.0, the BN government go to great length to stop it using threat, road blocks, stop transportation system but at the end more than 50,000 turn up. Imagine what will it be like if Bersih 2.0 get the same support?
Anyway, it is not about Bersih 2.0 now. It is about Himpun and the popularity of BN government. Perhap Malaysians have finally opened their eyes and can see for themselves what actually happened. The problem started when some muslim charity organizations which could not get assistances from the government and turned to others for help and in this case the Church. In all fairness to the Church, they cannot turn down anyone regardless of their race and religion whenever they seek assistance or help. Of course they will do within their mean. Is that wrong?
Can anyone imagine the implication of this decision? The Sultan has a opportunity to stay above politic and religion but sadly, he allowed himself to be used by those irresponsible JAIS. It was obvious Jais made a mistake, and even the Sultan statement also said there was insufficient evident. Isn’t this country is about proven beyond reasonable doubt otherwise innocent is the only conclusion? What have we become? Why our Sultan who is suppose to be head of state and our Sultan and not just Muslims’ Sultan choose to behave like head of religion. Even as head of religion he could still be fair?
There are many non muslims convert to muslims. There is no up roar. If there were, it only confine to within the family of the converts. Some take it openly while some not so but never turn into such uglier affair until the religion authority like JAIS step in. I alway believe religion is a personal thing. It is one right to choose what they want to believe. Naturally mostly believe what their parent believe. Again there is nothing wrong with that as long as individually they choose that way. If you look back before JAIS and other religion authorities established, were there many muslims convert to other religion? I doubt so. These fear are created by politicians mainly for their own interest and never Malaysians. Anyway, eventually it is the Muslims who have the final say on how they want to be treated actually. Their votes matters as they are the majority in this country. They have the final say as to how they want this country to move.
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“In the old days people never bothered about what others did, so long as they were free to do what they liked themselves. Today, one cannot sneeze without being corrected, let alone enjoy oneself. That’s what politics have done to our society” – Tunku Abdul Rahman , 1975Ahhhh…the good old days.
1. Sitting at a bus stop waiting for a bus in KL/PJ.
2. The PR state government listening to a Federally-appointed State Secretary taking an oath of secrecy.
3. Hearing a recorded message telling you for the 87th time, “your call is important to us.”
4. Believing Mahathir’s claim that he did not have anything to do with Ops Lalang.
Wow! We are going to have a nuclear plant.
If we were still in school, this will be ‘like super cool, man!’. It’s ‘like so futuristic’. And so advance.
But we are no longer in school. And we know the ugly truth about Malaysia. Verdict: We Are Dead!
We are talking about the very realistic Malaysia that you and me know. The Malaysia that cannot even efficiently maintain the mini Tenaga sub-stations at our housing areas. We are talking about the Malaysia who cannot provide clean water to the people even when easy and efficient technology is in use. The Malaysia who cannot even dispose off our garbage in a manner that is not harmful to the environment. The Malaysia who even with computers and technology assistance cannot get trains to arrive and depart on time.
And yet we are going to have a matha-farking nuclear plant!
I hope that the plant is built far away. Maybe Sabah or Sarawak. Sorry folks, I need the South China Sea to act as a barrier.
Hmmm… Maybe they can build it in Sabah near the coal-fired plant. If we are talking about environmental damage and loss of human life, we might as well reduce the area and bring down the headcount. Better that than everyone dying, ain’t it? (I was told that it is human nature to be selfish. I was also told that I can’t beat the government.)
A nuclear plant? What the…?
What the hell to we need a nuclear plant for? We are a kuchi-rat country with 28 million jokers leaving in it. How much efficient energy do we consume? How desperate is our need for such enormous amount of energy? How many energy zapping factories do we have in this country? Dude, this is no Command & Conquer. This is real life death-threatening technology we are talking about. Plus, to be managed by some dumb-wits.
I tell you, this has all got to do with blardie money again. I think someone has gone too far this time. The thing with these guys is they are getting extremely greedy. They are no longer satisfied with reaping money on the smaller scale by the millions and tens of millions per project. Everything nowadays has got to benefit them in terms of hundreds of millions or billions. But to put the life of every Malaysian at risk just to satisfy their lust for money?
Eh come on lah, stop fucking around with people’s lives.
Even that they want to do it on a larger scale. Previously, the Malaysian government is happy killing the people (mostly Indians it would seem) on a small scale of a couple of thousand per year. Nowadays, they are talking about killing the mass population. What’s with this apa nama UMNO? They got possessed by the Satan is it?
Have they gone fucking nuts?Allow me to frighten you a little with some Chernobyl stats. Did you know that the Chernobyl disaster released 400 times more radioactive material than the Hiroshima atomic bombing? Did you know that the contamination of the Chernobyl accident was felt up to more than 1,000 km away?
Let’s put that to perspective. Peninsular Malaysia from the tip of Perlis to the bottom end of Johor is approximately 750 km. Simply put it, wherever this nuclear thing is built in Peninsular Malaysia, you are fried the moment a very likely Malaysian style disaster takes place at the said plant.
You may not die if you are further away. But you will quite likely die of some kind of cancer. That’s if you don’t already decide to kill yourself when your nervous system involuntarily makes you shout out R name every exact 38 seconds. And of course, be assured that your newborn baby will look very adorable with her 3 eyes and a limb sticking out of her chest.
This is so brilliant. By the way, I wage 50 bucks that by the time the plant is in operation, 20,000 folks leaving nearby would have already have taugehs growing from the top of their heads. And another 1,000 may have grown a second dick. Failed tests. Drums of radioactives ‘accidentally’ falling into the nearby river. Accidents of trucks ferrying radioactive materials on their way to the plant. The usual stuffs. But of course you won’t read these in the papers. Shhhhh…
Malaysia is so boleh! Damn I love this country.
Note to Singaporeans: Hey, you guys are pretty nearby I last checked.
Oh boy oh boy oh boy. Another by-election (that’s by-erection for some people I read about, LOL!!).
Hulu Selangor. Frankly I don’t even know where it is. And I am sure many people, like me, do not know where it is.
But soon, Hulu Selangor will be famous. The place will be featured every day and night on TV3 news, RTM 1 and 2 news, Bernama TV news, NST, Berita Harian, Utusan Malaysia, the Star and whatever mass media there are in this country.
And there will be loads and loads of people who will be going there. I mean not ordinary people like you and me. Big people. Like tawdally beeeg people, man. IPs. VIPs. VVIPs. VVVIPs. And their wife too. Or wives, as the case may be.
The people of Hulu Selangor are one lucky bunch I say. Why not? Christmas, to them, comes early this year. I am not saying that the people of Hulu Selangor are Christians la. Or that they are Muslims who celebrate Christmas. After all this is in Selangor. The place where Muslims are easily confused, according to some Ministers.
No. I am not saying that. It was just a manner of speaking. What I mean is they will get a lot of gifts soon. Yeeay! Horray.
I think soon, all the roads in and to Hulu Selangor will be re-paved. Redone. All the pot holes will suddenly disappear. Out of a sudden, lorries carrying black tar and the tar laying machines would appear. People will come out of them lorries and do up those roads. Where there was no budget for doing so for the past 33 years, suddenly the budget will appear. Yahooooo.
Then billboards will spring up. Satu lagi projek kerajaan BN untuk anda. Hell yeah.
Oh. Bridges. How can we forget bridges. There will be new bridges built. Even at places where there will be nobody crossing the river.
The abandoned school project somewhere in the corner of the kampung will suddenly revive. I do not know for a fact that there is an abandoned school project there, okay. But in each district in this country there will surely be one anyway. And so I am just presuming lah. Yes, suddenly the school project, which has been abandoned for the past 27 years will be revived.
Not only that. Every student in Hulu Langat, tidak kira bangsa, will be given a laptop each. Yes. A finkin new laptop each mind you. Just like in Kuala Terengganu, remember? (I wonder what has happened to the promise to give a computer to each student in Kuala Terengganu now that the BN lost that election).
Oh the surau and masjid. Yes yes. How could I forget that. All suraus and masjids in that area will get new lights. And new speakers and microphones. Plus a mighty 2500 watts pmps amplifier. So that they can blast all ceramahs, Quran recitals, azans and whatever and make the people more pious.
It’s the hot season now. So they will get air-conditioners too.
Oh, the old folks. And needy ones. Yes yes. There will be bags of beras nasional for them. There will be big and noisy ceremonies where old folks and needy people will be made to endure big yawns over some speeches. Then they will be lining up to receive these bags of rice, some telurs, tepung and ikan masin, courtesy of BERNAS.
And perhaps a free ticket to Akademi Fantasia final. Plus Celcom’s gift of free SMS for the people to vote for their favourite Akademi Fantasia contestant. Yeay!
Then someone will launch a minggu cinta Hulu Selangor. And Hulu Selangor will be declared Malaysia’s Centre of Eco-whatever. Hulu Selangor will get a 4 billion dollar injection every 6 months from now on. But only if the BN wins. Yes.
Meanwhile, back in Putrajaya and Bukit Aman, warnings will be issued. Nobody will be allowed to mention the “A” word. And please, no “A” mask too. Apart from “A”, I think this time other alphabets are going to be banned too. Like “PKFZ”. And yes. Lim Kit Siang and Tian Chua et al, please, this is Selangor, no Allah word please. Muslims here could be confused and regard you as Muslims, nanti susah!
Ah yes. The police will ban DAP and PAS from flying their flags or posters in the event PKR runs. Only PKR flags and posters are allowed. Get it?
And PKR ceramahs must be held in a small area. The speakers must not be louder than 91dB per metre watt. Yes yes. On certain nights, the police will raid the ceramahs and prevent the speakers from speaking. Because it has no permit. If it has permit, somehow or other, there will be 800 FRUs surrounding the people who attend the ceramah. To protect them la.
Two weeks before election day, there will be beautiful white camps sprouting all over town. These are like big camps. They will even be air-conditioned. Yes. These will be occupied by policemen. All 6000 of them, in all probability. These policemen are there to ensure public safety and a smooth operation, the Home Minister will say.
They will set up road blocks. The whole town will be jammed up. The place will be so safe even an aedes mosquito would not venture out of the longkangs it sleeps in.
Hmmm..what else arr? Oh ya ya. Perkosa. Eh Perkasa. How can I forget them. Ibrahim Ali and his Pergasak fellows will come in drove. They will bring with them a huge Keris Cendana Wan Kembang Belakang each time they go there. Sometime, they will be coming with DrM. DrM will be wearing a small tengkolok ala Hang Tuah.
There will be silat gayung show preceding their speeches. Then the verbal syphilis will take place. Melayu must this and Melayu must that. Melayu owns this and Melayu owns that. Then they will all kiss the Wan Kembang Belakang keris. Then they will distribute some money to the poor in ang-pow packets courtesy of Magnum 4 nombor ekor. Awesome stuff.
After that they will all go to the police station to lodge 45 police reports against whoever. Then they will post for photographs holding a copy of the police reports. Just to prove that they have lodged a police report. Hilarity personified.
After that some of them will go back to KL in Cayenne Turbo. Irony defined.
Erm…apa lagi ek?
Dah abis modal. Korang tambah-tambah lah.
Now, I am not trying to influence your rankings of today’s funnies but when I read this next story I almost fell off my chair laughing. Selangor Religious Department (JAIS) is planning to summons the employees of the convenience store in Shah Alam which is in the middle of the Shah Alam beer controversy. Two Muslim employees of the convenience store were served notices for handling alcohol beverages during a raid by Selangor Religious Department (JAIS). The manager of the store, located in Section 25, would also be called to JAIS to explain why Muslim employees were handling alcoholic beverages. Under the Syariah Criminal Offences (State of Selangor) Enactment 1995 Muslims who were caught selling or offering alcoholic drinks can be fined up to RM5,000, or three years jail or both.
When I first read that I had the usual reaction of a alcohol-consuming infidel and thought “Hiyah! If they enforce the law then thousands of people will be out of work and hotels and restaurants and bars in the whole of Selangor will close shop.” Then I re-read the statement and realised that it says, “……Muslims who were caught selling or offering alcoholic drinks……” So if you look at things properly none of those flers in that Shah Alam convenience store or any of the hotels, bars and restaurants are actually committing any crime. They are not selling because the business does not belong to them. They are only serving. They don’t offer because they only serve when the customer requests for it. So, like some other flers in Perak said some months ago, if someone asks or offers it would be terribly rude not to acquiesce. No?
I don’t know about you la. But I am laughing so hard today and it feels damn good la.
Today is a great day in the history of Malaysia! Okay, maybe I exaggerate a little bit but it is still a wonderful day. Woo hoo!!! I haven’t felt this good as a Malaysian for quite a long time. And the reason/s for my elation? Only very simple things la.
Today, I read that Malaysia has canceled the Internet filter plan that Rais Yatim announced a few days ago and which flipped-flopped between “Yes we are” from Rais and “No we ain’t” from Najib to the point of global embarrassment. But at the time I write this, nobody from the government or Rais himself has made any comment. Rais must be sulking at home. Ha!
The second reason, not that I need two, for my jubilation today is the story of the reporter from the ultra-right wing Utusan Malaysia that’s recently been in the spotlight for its several racist and near-seditious articles. This reporter, Mohd. Nizam admitted in the High Court witness stand that he thought “ultra vires” meant “to insult”. Basically, he doesn’t really know nor understand what he is writing about la. The fler was reporting on the Karpal Singh sedition trial where the old man was, among other things, being accused of making seditious statements related to the entire Perak constitutional crisis. “Ultra Vires” actually means “beyond the powers” and in the Karpal Singh case the mistaken meaning as reported in a major mainstream newspaper could have been damaging in many ways.
And so it has been proven beyond a reasonable doubt that Utusan Malaysia is not to be taken seriously. If any intelligent, loyal Malaysian needed any further proof of that la. So, my brethren, the next time they call you a coward and want to defend your rights or whatever, they might not actually know what they are talking about. So……
I think today calls for a celebration. I might even drive all the way to visit my non-Muslim friend in Shah Alam and have some beers..
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