I am out of fire lately. I really do not know what to write. Bashing the government again? They are beaten to a pulp, so no point keep doing so. Let them dig their own grave and we bury them easy.
To be honest I am quite sick of Malaysian politics now. Same old story. Up to this day, BN still yet to wake up from their slumber and like usual, putting the blame on anyone but BN for their lose in recent election. One month after election, BN especially Umno appears to be still groping, unsure of what exactly has hit them.
Umno especially, never learn from their mistakes. One veteran politician in Umno obvious still living in the past and denial when he invokes the fear of “loosing political control to non-Malays”. He theorises that Penang, Perak and Selangor are already under non-Malay control. He arrives at this conclusion by numerically adding the non-Malays in PKR to those in DAP in the respective state governments.
This narrow interpretation of racial power is both illogical and unhelpful in forging racial integration. Malaysians are sick of racial politics! Especially it is twisted to benefit certain elite group in the society and hence many Malaysians reject the concept by BN where each ethnic must vote for a representative from the ethnic itself in order to have a ‘balanced’ representation in the government and decision making. Chinese – MCA, Indian – MIC and Malay – Umno. From what we see up to now, BN still in denial and clueless of what made nearly 50% of Malaysians voted against them.
This is some interesting statistics for Malaysia’s General Election 2008 if you do not already read it.
1. BN’s share of the popular vote in the peninsula actually dipped below the 50 per cent mark. The BN received just 49.8 per cent of the popular votes cast. For the whole country, the BN bagged 51.5 per cent of votes cast as more than 60 per cent of the residents of Sabah and Sarawak opted for its component parties. On the other hand, more than than 60 per cent of voters in KL and Penang voted for the Opposition’s parliamentary candidates.
2. More than half of the Malaysian population (52 per cent) live in areas where the Opposition triumphed – the five states under Opposition rule plus the Federal Territory of KL, which the Opposition swept as well. These areas accounted for 63 per cent of the total ballots issued.
3. These areas also account for 47 per cent of the bumiputera population. If only the ethnic Malays are considered, then 57 per cent of the Malay population now live in these Opposition areas. In addition, almost three quarters of Indian Malaysians reside in these areas.
4. In terms of economic wealth, these states account for 56 per cent of the country’s GDP. (Calculations based on figures obtained from the Mid-term Review of the Eigth Malaysia Plan.)
5. The Opposition-held areas include three of the wealthiest regions (in terms of per capita income) – KL, Selangor and Penang (though it must be noted that income disparities are wide) – and the two poorest states, Kelantan and Kedah.”
BN is sunk due to atrocious mismanagement of the country, not due to the Internet or what ever shits. It is not about Chinese votes, Indian votes, Malay votes, protest votes, bloggers, Internet but BN incompetence itself. No one is a bigger enemy to you but yourself. Idiots never learn I must say. Well, let them be.
On the not very encouraging reports of Pakatan Rakyat especially their bickering in Perak, Selangor and Penang over the representations in the new government these people must understand we voted for them not because Indians want an Indian exco to represent them and protect their interest, and Chinese vice versa. We voted for them to take care of all Malaysians regardless of race and religion.
So those who still think along the racial representation can F-off or join Barisan Nasional. We do not care and we never want these kind of leaders anymore. Anyway, I think it is fair enough to give 100 days to the new governments of Pakatan Rakyat in the five states to do whatever they need to do, spring cleaning, settle what ever problems they may have and start judging them later.
This is a freaking funny article by TV Smith.
Famous Last Words
by TV Smith
To commemorate the one-month anniversary of the Triumph Of Good Over Evil (not referring to Deepavali lah), let’s re-visit some of the famous lasting words dutifully cached by Google..
“People only sought information on matters like tourism on the Internet and from blogs” – Zam
“And during that time what has happened? We have sent a man to space, but PAS masih main bulan (is still playing with the moon)” – Najib
“An army can come but I know how to fight it out. The people in Sungai Siput are with me. They are my strength. I have strived for them and served them” – Samy
“Now this young punk Lim Guan Eng has fallen for Anwar’s sweet talk and is working in cahoots with him to convince Chinese voters to vote for the opposition” – Keng Yaik
“Do you think Penang people are stupid to support him (Guan Eng)? We Penangites are not stupid” – Pak Lah
“Huge Crowd At Lembah Pantai Ceramah Says It All For Pak Lah” – Bernama
“It’s nothing to do with Anwar. We have forgotten about Anwar. I don’t remember about Anwar” – Pak Lah
“The facts speak for themselves. Our report card is there for the community to judge. Over the past four years, we have delivered” – Ka Ting
“The Barisan is peaking now. We let them shoot and finish their bullets. Now we’re the ones with the bullets and we are chipping away at their arguments” – Keng Yaik
“BN is the best choice as the people have the easiest access to government machinery. This is important and I think BN will win big again this time” – Ka Ting
“The street protests may be about the right to demonstrate, but is also the quickest way to lose votes” – Chun Wai <— BEST QUOTE!
“They (the Opposition) thrive on petty issues…” – Adnan
“Umno has ruled Malaysia for 50 years and they can rule for another 50 years more. And Umno does not need PPP, MCA, MIC, Gerakan, Sabah, Sarawak or anyone else to do this” – Ali
“Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo yakin kekuatan jentera Pemuda, Wanita dan Puteri serta BN negeri ketika ini cukup bersedia untuk menjadikan Selangor negeri sifar pembangkang (zero opposition) pada pilihanraya umum akan datang” – News Reports
(lifted from http://www.tvsmith.net.my/duasen/090408_words.html)
bongkersz : Retards, have no mercy for them.
The hottest issue in the blogosphere and Malaysia (maybe the whole world) is ‘Math genius who turned life to vice’. Many blogs I went to blogged about it. Even in Facebook, there is a group created to ‘save’ her – Misi Selamatkan Sufiah! We also have politicians to embark on a mission to ‘guide her to to right path’ (Ha! Ha! Ha! Funny shiet!) I quote :
“Zahid Hamidi, the minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, said that they are interested to assist Ms Yusof to return to the right path through the “Save Sufiah Program.”
As usual, our government being not very smart up there, squealed to the opportunity to play ‘good guy’ without even thinking properly. This is crap, what we can offer to help her? Do we understand the environment she grew up with? The lifestyle they have? Why help her not others? Why dont we help those girls here first? We have the same problem here but we not looking into it. Why? Because Malaysian politicians are just too nosy (kepoh!!) and have nothing better to do!
Save those prostitutes, drug addicts, mat rempits, drop outs, beggars, unemployed graduates in this country 1st. Go to Jalan Tun Abdul Rahman or Lorong Haji Taib. (No I never been there ha ha!) Not forgetting there are plenty homeless, poor folks to help. Watch “Bersamamu’ on TV3 and you know what I am saying. Kuman di seberang laut jelas kelihatan, gajah depan mata tak nampak. Bahlol sungguh! What a joke!
The cost is too hefty. Government officials travel on business class say RM25k per person. 5 ppl? Is not this money better spent to help girls who is forced into prostitution? Those who need help are whom are forced but have desire to change. She voluntary involve herself to be a whore and proud of it. I quote :
“People think escorting is sleazy and terrible but I don’t see it like that,” she says. “I’ve always had a high sex drive—and now I’m getting all the sex I want—and guys are much better in bed with an escort than a girlfriend.
“I don’t have any regrets. I’ve never felt more confident about my body and I’ve had some of the best sex of my life.”
Well, this is how we can help her :
1. Send a whore who has been in the same position and realized she made a mistake and change her life 180 degree. They have more in common to relate.
2. Leave her and her family alone. The last thing they want is to be a national agenda of country they not a citizen of.
She will come to her senses. In two years, she will get herself out. She just making time for her lost childhood. She wants help, she will ask for it. Just leave her alone.