Thursday, April 9, 2009

Hai...Hai...Hai...


I was on da way Amert….was quit buzy wit sum stuff quit lately….since we have a whole brand new government nw…I decided to also change the blogs interface and also da way of ma writing…Hahah…it seems im a too good writer foe academic purpose so i plan to butt through into informal writing but the purpose is still da same…jst the language style is different….we need changes aite…change we do…no more news about the most successful PM in da history of M’sia…ahaks…now we have Mr.Najib…wow....killing is no more a sin M’sia…ouuwch..!! im not telling bout anyone la jst mis taip..….please make ur self comfortable citizen tis is a new chapter of our nation…as long as it is for good..since we live in a democracy country whr anyone can pass power too anyone and it is a very fair way of treating the citizen…we have the rights to c who gonna be the PM...jst sit and watch...very fair indded…u lost in election dnt worry u still can enter the parliament through many ways…what..? u wana be a senator…kewl..ur in man!!..who cares my fren is da PM, who cares I dnt have post in the party…im in da cabinet….my kawan wants me up thr wat u care about…jst be kind…eat all my propaganda...through Tv1, Tv2, Tv3…and many more…haha…wei government is giving freedom to press la dnt jst make noise la..…..the next day Harakah n Keadilan paper is banned…wow so fast ar u instill the press freedom ar..not bad quick in action but full wit irony jst lik the picha above…salute la bro….wink* :*

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Do We Need ISA??




Yes we need ISA to maintain the harmony and the system of the nation but it is used not against Malaysian but against communist (if there is one now in Malaysia) terrorist, and foreigners who attempt to create internal treat to our country. Each and everyone in this country have the rights and belonging on this nation. Citizen of Malaysia should be brought to the court and trial should take place, as we all know ‘innocent until proven guilty’. When there are allocations of law in this country, why were all this activist and humanist were brought straight away to the ISA without giving them a chance to defend their opinion and there is always a reason behind such acts are carried out in our country. If there is no right for anyone to show their opinion then we should not call this nation as a democratic country. Denmark and Sweden are both a good example for democracy. Sure the are guide lines for the citizen’s to show their opinion but the same guide line should not be a brick wall which manipulate and change the main idea of the reformation itself. There should be a platform for citizen to show what they want from the government and it is the government’s duty to fulfill them. It seems the government is not doing enough as the result we can see the recent election result. Voters are no more dumb, and stupid to eat the governments’ propaganda totally from their own media channels and private newspapers.


Sunday, January 4, 2009

Happy New Year !!!

Happy New Year to everyone ...it has been quit long time leaving this blog orphan as there were a lot of duties to be done. But now I'm back and going too 'Hit em up' just like what Tupac Shakur says. Hopefully this new year there will be changes in our government system for the development of the nation and each and everyone in this country. we will see what happens and will all the conflict burning throughout the world will also effect our country..CHEERS 4 2009

Monday, September 15, 2008

Malaysia....


Lately the word ‘racism’ is quit popular in our country. What is the meaning of race actually? What is racism? Racism, by its simplest definition, is the belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial difference produce an inherent superiority of a particular race. People with racist beliefs might hate certain groups of people according to their racial groups. In the case of institutional racism, certain racial groups may be denied rights or benefits, or get preferential treatment. Our country is popular for many different race live together peacefully and harmony. But why now suddenly everything starts to tear apart. Where does the phrase ‘We Are All Malaysians’ disappeared. Vanish by the tsunami or it is just used when there is a need. (MIC and MCA annual meeting) Formula for the crisis in our country is very simple suppression + depression = demonstration. Why there is a need for our leaders to play double game to be part time ‘Malaysian’ and underneath everyone have this animosity to make sure their own race to succeed. When the opposition parties say we will form a party for Malaysians, why does the government still insist to divide and rule by using different parties for different race? Are you really working towards national harmony or just the same politic tactic used by the British? You never perform what you preach and what you expect? Even ministers from the government side bravely started to show their dissatisfaction over the ruling government policies. We need some serious changes and we need it fast, for our total system, cronyism, corruption, racism had over ruled everything

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

13 May Again!!


Yesterday’s post was just a mind teaser. Let’s get down to business now....

"I urge the Chinese not to become like the Jewish in America, where it is not enough that they control the economy, but they also want to dominate politics," Ahmad told a news conference late Monday in northern Penang state.

"Consider this a warning from the Malays," Ahmad said. "The patience of the Malays has a limit. Do not push us against the wall, for we will be forced to turn back and push the Chinese for our own survival." what kind of freaking statement is this, we all know any lower ranking member will and have to console the higher rank officer before coming up wit any media statement, what kind of bullshit this people trying to create? The biggest joke is by telling that the Malay’s are been pushed against the wall. Oh My God. cant u open our eyes...your getting all the privileges and what is there to be push...this is not 1969...people are educated nowadays they sense what are the desperate government’s hidden agenda...if the Hindraf lawyers were sent into ISA for making less than 10%Indian(according to the government’s account) rebel, what will be the prime minister's action when his string-puppet tries to inflame 60% Malays in the country...maybe Chinese and Indian came late but they came handy to help the nation with two of the most biggest economy source for our country that time which was rubber estate (Indians) and mining activities(Chinese)this country belongs to everyone, as all of us work hard for it, there no place for anyone to say this land belong to 'ME', we are Malaysian and lets teach our leaders to act like one.
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Monday, September 8, 2008

International artist in Malaysia


Oh My God…what is going on in our country? Is there none important issues rather than focusing on this kind of subject. We should be more concerned about international fuel price rather then international artist. We should be fear towards leaders corruption relatively then western musician. Let the music flow as it is also a way of escapism from so many burden faced by Malaysian. Music or any type of art form cannot be direct or control, it develops itself into many different figure and style. For sure artist from different place would have different style; we cannot uniform music which enters our country. If our government doesn’t allow international artist to perform in Malaysia, it doesn’t mean that our people wont find other ways like ‘youtube’, ‘cds’ and hell a lot of ways to get linked to this international artist. Concerts won’t affect our citizen to be like the artist, small percentage yes, but it is all about music. It’s in the air; don’t tell you won’t breathe in New York just because you hate America…