Saturday, July 11, 2009

Holidays with Buah Pala in Penang and Uighurs in China.

The holidays were nothing but sensational.. The attachment was great, the nights of hanging out, the arranged dates my dear friends set up ( which i found amusing, funny, fun and pocket-shrinking, wood work at M's house and bread pudding) and the list goes on and on.. Save the taxing and energy, i soon placed myself in my own la-la land.

Just moments before stepping into la-la land ( no booze and weeds here, haven't tried) i was 'forcefully interjected into reality when High Chappral came into light. Taking into account my holidays are ending , and non-partisan cum activist friends are around, i took the time to read up the whole issue. Legally speaking, nothing can be done bout Kampung Buah Pala except for the residets to accept the compensation money by the developers.

perhaps it is more wise for the DAP to learn in depth about making promises and fullfiling them. The sentiments really boil down not the lands being taken away, at least that is not the paramount factor, but the promises unkept. The whole fiasco cum rendezvous could have been easily avoided if Mr. LIM (i foud it amusing a bank in Penang hang up his pictures and in gold-colour plated was written Tuan Lim )had not made such promises to the indian folks of High Chappral. Legally, nothing could be done. But, to blame BN in toto is ridiculous. The developers had agreed for compensation money worth RM 200 K . It is a simple rule of do not make a covenant if one can keep it.

But, High Chappral aside, it is sad to see Penang had not seen any development since the take over. And Lim's Tiger Park, is nonsensical and was bombarded by Penanggites. We need no Tiger Park, but what we do need in time for the impending economic recession are jobs and investors. Unless, it is the top-notch idea of Lim that Tigers could generate money, i find Mr Lim a man who only knows about opposing and know nothing about good governance. Penang, i see , is the only state as yet begging the Federal for money. At least, in Selangor, bussinesses are running.

One Malaysia is not only a good notion, but has elevated the current leading government to shun away from the dogma of racial politics. A reform , i here stress that it is a reality reform, has made it clear that BN is progressing forward.

Let us see, Penang in the near future. But, having said that, i have to say Malaysians in Malaysia do enjoy the basic freedom of practising ones own religion without prejudiced and oprression. The Uighurs minorities are not only exploited and oprressed, the death tolls are rising and the blood-shed continues. Perhaps, this would be one lesson for us Malaysians and Muslims to bear in mind, keep and protect what we have in our hands and let not it go the rest..

Saturday, June 13, 2009

A poem for Kuan Yew ; a lesson for the rest

I created especially just for you and other individuals who believes him to be great man, perhaps Kit siang, this is for you too and Nizar have a sense to read.

The keen eyes of the humble man,
The steel mind of the political climber,
Expert at lies , crudes and knotted speech -
Thus has evolution solved a problem,
By finding Devious Man a niche.

People who are skilled at bending the law earn oodles of money
And we call him the learned Senir Minister

People who are skilled at breaking the law earn nothing
And we call them crooks.

People who are skilled at observing people who are skilled
Laugh behind their backs
And quite honestly see no difference.

Now here's a little funny thing,
That that Great Singaporean Dictator
Was once a freedom loving
But now has become

Torment Under The Sun..

Roses are red, violets are blue
Monkeys like you should be kept in the zoo.
Don't feel so angry, you will find me there too
Not in a cage but laughing at you

Friday, June 12, 2009

Attention : Dictator Kuan Yew, Reminder to unqualified Leaders of the Opposition

In recent years, Singapore has acquired a reputation as a country where lawsuits are used against political opponents of the ruling party, in some cases leading to situations where the accused face bankruptcy due to the costs of the legal proceedings. To be as honest as i can be, such a reputation can be attributed to Dictator Kuan Yew

In the ongoing case, Singaporeans were preoccupied with a three-day court hearing in May for the Lees’ defamation suit against Chee, whose Singapore Democratic Party newsletter was charged with defaming them as key figures in the government. The publication had compared the furore over the disclosure of the huge sums of money that the executives of the non-profit National Kidney Foundation (NKF) were earning, with what it called unjustifiably high salaries of government officials. "It is impossible not to notice the striking resemblance between how the NKF operated and how the PAP [People’s Action Party] runs Singapore," the newsletter said in February 2006.

Despite its economic success, local and international civil rights groups have criticized the government for cracking down hard on dissenters and political activists. Street protests are rare and public gatherings of five people or more are banned without a police permit. Singapore represents itself as a democracy with the rule of law and a good place to live and do business. But Singapore is a bully and its strong-arm tactics against critics, domestic or foreign, is unrecognized by the rest of the world, thanks to its carefully crafted public relations strategy designed to show the city-state as a model of government, democracy, economic development and the rule of law.

In 2004, Martyn See directed a documentary on Dr. Chee called Singapore Rebel. It was supposed to be screened at the Singapore International Film Festival but was forced to be withdrawn from the festival and later banned by the Singapore government because of its political content. Singapore's Film Act forbids the production and distribution of "party political" films, which are defined as films "made by any person and directed towards any political ends in Singapore". Martyn See agreed to surrender the film on 29 August 2005 along with his video camera, though he still faces the threat of prosecution. Despite the Singapore government's efforts to stop the distribution of such a documentary, the documentary is available on the Internet

Lee Kuan Yew vs Islam
This is the same man who talk on democracy and forbid Muslim schoolgirls from wearing the hijab at school. This is not only a crime against religion but a crime against human rights. An ‘essence’ of what this man claim to advocate for. I guess he is to smart compared to our Opposition leaders. They are in need of him to enlighten them to be ‘proper’ human beings. How can Kuan yew claim that the Chinese here are being mistreated when the Malays in Singapore are treated like 2nd class citizens. Here, in Malaysia, all races are given their equal religious rights. And, this is vested in Article 11 of our Constitution.

Kuan Yew is full of cock and bull. For a person who believes and advocates for human rights and constantly criticizes Malaysia for being a ‘democracy bully’ , he had himself in his capacity as a Premier and a Senior Minister strip the very foundation of democracy in his country. On March 15, 2008, Chee Soon Juan and 17 others were arrested at a demonstration held outside Parliament and later charged with unlawful assembly. The trial began on October 23, 2008.Fortunately, a team of lawyers, led by Canadian law firm Amsterdam & Peroff in Toronto, has been set up in order to help Dr. Chee defend himself in court and to embarrass Singapore before the world for its failure to uphold the rule of law. The team is headed by Bob Amsterdam (who defended Mikhail Khodorovsky and other high-profile Russians against the oppressive Putin regime), UK defamation expert Anthony Julius (who represented Lady Di) and American law professor William Burke-White.

2006 bankruptcy and contempt of court

On 10 February 2006, Chee was declared a bankrupt by the High Court, after failing to pay S$500,000 in damages awarded to Goh and Lee in the 2001 defamation lawsuit. Upon this bankruptcy order, Chee will not be allowed to stand for elections until February 2011.

On 24 February 2006, Singapore attorney-general filed contempt of court charges against Chee for refusing to answer court's questions and criticising the Singapore judiciary during a bankruptcy petition hearing on February 10. Later, Chee was sentenced to a day in jail and a fine of $6,000, but he failed to pay the fine and was jailed for an additional seven days. He was released on 24 March 2006.

In April 2006, Chee was stopped at the airport as he was preparing to board a flight to Istanbul. He is currently facing a charge for attempting to leave the country without official approval, which he was required to seek as a bankrupt.

Dr Chee Soon Juan

But, it is crucial and thus of paramount importance to know Dr. Chee Soon Juan. And it is highly important for the Opposition Leaders to meet him too. If they can learn from he Tyrant Lee, they can be as humble to meet their counterpart, Dr. Chee , as he is, afterall, an opposition in Spore. Well, sometimes opposition Leaders do need enlightenment.

Dr. Chee Soon Juan is the Secretary-General of the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP).

Chee is a neuropsychologist and received his Ph.D. from the University of Georgia in 1990. He joined SDP in 1992 and became the Secretary-General of SDP, replacing founder Chiam See Tong who left to join the Singapore People's Party. Chee has been convicted and imprisoned several times. Chee lost a defamation lawsuit filed by PAP leaders in 2001. Chee was declared bankrupt in 2006 when he failed to pay the damages. He is in jail at present for contempt of court. He has since been released and will be contesting to be the next Prime Minister in Singapore.

Chee was Honorary Research Associate at the Monash Asia Institute in 1997 and at the University of Chicago in 2001. In 2004, he participated in the Reagan-Fascell Democracy Program at the National Endowment for Democracy in Washington, D.C.. He is the Chairman of the Alliance for Reform & Democracy in Asia, and was a Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow at the Washington-based National Endowment for Democracy (2004)[1]. He participated in many international organisations such as World Movement for Democracy and the Forum of Democratic Leaders in the Asia Pacific. He was the recipient of the Defender of Democracy Award 2003 given by the Parliamentarians for Global Action.(wiki, 2009)

NKF scandal

On 21 April 2006, Chee rejected an offer by Health Minister Khaw Boon Wan to call for a Commission of Inquiry to look into his ministry's handling of the NKF Scandal, instead he asked the government to stop all their 'wayang'. This came after the former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and his son, the current Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong had demanded an apology from SDP (including Chee) for their slanderous remarks on the NKF in the latest issue of its party newspaper, The New Democrat. In it, SDP insinuated that the government was run like the NKF, and had covered up the infamous NKF Scandal that had rocked Singapore, suggesting corruption at the highest level.

The SDP, its 12 members and its printer, Sum Kwai Lum trading as Melodies Press Company, had until 10am April 25, to respond to the demands for an apology. This apology, according to the text set out in the letters of demand, was to be published in two local dailies on April 27, failing which both leaders would sue all parties involved. But the SDP announced ahead of time they would not be apologising. However, currently all members of the SDP and the printer have apologised except Chee Soon Juan and his sister Chee Siok Chin.
The defamation lawsuit by the PAP leaders Lee Kuan Yew, Lee Hsien Loong and Goh Chok Tong, against Chee, his sister and the SDP for insinuating that the government was run like the NKF is ongoing.

In July 2005, a scandal involving the charity broke out following the collapse of a defamation trial which it brought against Susan Long and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH). This caused a massive backlash and fallout of donors to the charity, and subsequently resulted in the resignation of Chief Executive Officer T.T Durai and its board of directors.

Allegations surrounding the scandal included the false declarations on how long NKF's reserves could last, its number of patients, installation of a golden tap in Durai's private office suite, his salary, use of company cars and first-class air travel. Former NKF patron Tan Choo Leng, wife of Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong, sparked further outrage when she remarked that T.T Durai's pay of "S$600,000 a year is peanuts".

President of the National Council of Social Services, Gerard Ee, has since been appointed as interim chairman of the organisation. A full independent audit on its finances was conducted by KPMG, and a 442-page report released on 19 December 2005 revealed several malpractices by the former NKF board and management. This led to an investigations into the affairs of the charity by the Commercial Affairs Department of the Singapore Police Force . On 17 April 2006, Durai was arrested and charged under the Prevention of Corruption Act by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau.

Dr Chee “I survive financially by selling books. I peddle them on the street. I was trained in academia but after I joined the opposition in 1992 I was sacked and since then nobody will want to work with me. They are frightened of guilt by association,” he said.
He was fired by a person who was a Member of Parliament with the ruling party.
“When I said my sacking was politically motivated, he sued me for defamation. I went to court, lost and the court awarded damages of US$350,000. My wife and I sold our house, car and everything to pay this fine,” he said.

Another two defamation lawsuits resulted in US$400,000 in fines after Dr. Chee raised questions about Singapore’s secret financial support for the corrupt Suharto regime in Indonesia.
“The significance of those cases was we didn’t even go to trial. It was a summary judgment, decided by the judge in chambers without any right to cross examine,” he said.
“A third case in 2006 was a defamation lawsuit by former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and his son, the current Prime Minister, over an article written in our party’s newspaper. Fines were huge [US$610,000] and the judgment was delivered in the judge’s chambers again.”
When Dr. Chee criticized this, the judge said this constituted contempt of court and jailed him this June for 12 days. And his failure to pay fines will also result in more contempt convictions and imprisonment.

Dr. Chee being released from prison.

We can see here clearly, Kuan Yew, had not a single right to criticized Malaysia, when there is blatant clear-cut case where he intefered the Singaporean Judiciary.
Dr. Chee did apply permit to hold peaceful demonstration but this was denied. At least here in Malaysia, there are times where peaceful demos are allowed. The Senior Minister should be learning from us shouldnt he. Bearing in our mind the violation of democracy committed upon learned and respected Singaporeans.

Kuan yew Dictator who run Spore prison

There is still detention witout trial in Singapore, all thanks to Kuan Yew. He had in fact used his ‘fist’ to enforced tyranny in Singapore.
On December 3, 2006, after the doctor at the Queenstown Remand Prison had found traces of blood in Dr Chee's urine, he was admitted to Changi General Hospital. On 10 December 2006, about a dozen of Chee's supporters, including Chee's family and his sister Chee Siok Chin, held a protest march starting at the Speakers' Corner in Singapore and ending at Queenstown Remand Prison where Chee was incarcerated.Several foreign non-government organisations released statements expressing concerns about Chee's health and treatment in prison.

Tun on Kuan Yew-recently
Lee Kuan Yew has much experience. Our politicians know nothing. That is why we have to learn from Singapore. Singapore is a great country, they invest so much money," Tun said. On the third bridge issue, Dr Mahathir said: "If we give sand, then we can get the bridge

Well, nothing more could be added to such well-put and perfected view. Kuan yew, i do hope you read Tun's comment. A person who had read law at Cambridge could at least comprehend Tun's cynic words if the Opposition could not. Well, why not put the brains to good use, for just this one moment, dear Opposition Leaders.

I on Kuan Yew
He is a profound man who leads with his fist in the most classic style. He dictates Spore and hids his atrocities. I give him credits not only for being cunning and a master of vices, but to convince our opposition leaders to craze for him. He had negatived the idiom where a blind cannot lead a blind. Well, such followers are inadequate of knowledge ; we cannot but help feel sorry for them.
I am not here to advocate for Democracy, but I do believe that if a country is going to declare itself a Democracy they should at least offer the basic freedoms it necessitates. There can be no fair election when the opposition cannot be heard. There can be no free people when their voices are silenced. I wish Dr. Chee great success in his movement and hope that those in powerful positions will hear his cry.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Chin Peng ; get lost

I was appalled and aghast by the statement made by the Gerakan Presiden. By, I vehemently believe the notion made by him is known but nothing pertinent. I would say bovine stupidity, if I am allowed to be somewhat audacious, is his mind.

The call of wanting Chin Peng back is nothing mundane. Having said that, I would also be articulate in saying that he heinous crimes toward the country cannot be forgotten. Forgiven ? I would leave that in a closet or at the very least, to the forgiving old veterans whom fought against their atrocities.

Yes, I acknowledge PKM fought against the British. But, I also know of this fact, PKM did want to topple the government and bring communism to this country. Put aside their crimes, such ideology does not fit the locality and geographical atmosphere of this country.

If we were to analyze and go through the arguments raised by the ‘benign’ advocates of Chin Peng, we find them baseless and with not merits. If issues of compassion and sensitivity were put forward, where were those virtues in Chin Peng when he ran over the country killing off innocent citizens and rampaging this beloved nation of ours. It is a good point to note, Chin Peng had committed those crime regardless of race. Even Chinese Malaysians, were executed and tortured.

Therefore, I am against Chin Peng coming back to Malaysia. But, I do would like him to come back. Not to be given pardon, but to face the punishments for his crimes. Perhaps, this where ISA would best fit the purpose as ISA has retrospective clauses. Parliament can enact laws with retrospective effect

Henceforth, With respect I do not think there is merit in the arguments laid by the injudicious , foolish and imprudent ‘ unqualified advocates of Chin Peng’ but support the call made by the PM. His decision is truly wise.

To Chin Peng, I have to say, please be gone and get lost. We do not need a criminal like you here.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009


It has been long since I pen down anything in this blog. Doing an attachment is not a formidable excuse, but it puts my hand elsewhere. Safe it is to say my hands are only on clerical work and research.

The new attachment is great and fun. Having said that, everyone save myself supports the opposition. Oh well, affiliation is everyone’s prerogative rights.

I was browsing through my learned brother’s write up on Penanti ( Aizat ) and I have to say the dilemma and predicament facing the Malays are pretty hefty, We are divided into to many factions ; political beliefs being the utmost defect. It is proud for me to say that now the Malays are polished and our minds are opened. However, we face an impending doom of us being not united. We tend to tender to miniscule matters and neglecting, over-looking the fact that we are being watched and attacked silently.

On a larger scale, have we ponder that the immensity of we being a fallback in economy. I am not disputing in anyways the successful Malay entrepreneurs, but, let us compare the hanful that we have to the magnanimous counterparts.

If peoples interest are the main priority of the opposition, why put on stake the interest of those in need of them. Perak, should had it been followed closely, the people are manipulated GREATLY THAT THEY BECOME THE PAWNS OF THE ridiculed.

Now, going onto the main issue.

Kampung Baru - 55,233

Kampung Tersusun - 73,703

128,936 geran tanah

Melayu = 27.66% (35,663 geran)

Cina = 57.49% (74,125 geran)

India = 14.85% (19,146 geran)
Courtesy of

If ketuanan rakyat is the proclaimed message and message intended, why the allocation seems to favour only side of Malaysians. We are all Bangsa Malaysia , equality should be the grounds in any economical aspects. Why the PR led government in Perak seems to favour granting land to Bangsa Malaysia keturunan Cina. The Indians and the Malays are being left. Wher one realizes it , that is a complete different but crucial subject.

I do not mind the land are given to the Bangsa Malaysia berketurunan Cina. An aspect we can learn greatly in them is their willingness to work and their productivity. The working excellence is above par and knowing truly, would make us love their effort and character.

But, it has to be noted here, PR is doing well in states like Selangor and Kedah. Thumbs up for that.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Chinese and Bahasa Malaysia

With only 15 Parliament seats in mostly Malay majority areas as opposed to DAP's 28 Parliament seats in Chinese populated areas, it would be correct to say that DAP is the voice of the Chinese people.-Malaysia kini-

I would have to say that there is some truth in the statement. But, most paramount of all, it is a dire need that Malaysian Chinese ought to first learn and understand the national language. I am giving a mere general statement and acknowledge that there are a handful which do understand and converse well, despite having half a century of Independence.

Chinese schools had to survive mainly on public donations. If so, then go to a national school. With better qualified teachers and facilities your children could learn better. I am against sekolah jenis kebangsaan not on the grounds of racism, but more on patriotism. one could still learn their mother tongue in national school. There should be only one mainstream, the national school. However, what is there to complain, and what is in the essence for a whimp, the Government still do donate cash and let the school run.

Walaupun kita fikir bila mereka hendak sekolah Cina dibantu, kita bantu, sepatutnya mereka membalas budi...macam tidak ada penghargaan terhadap apa yang kita lakukan'.Mahyuddin.

First, let me see, this is bahasa malaysia. I doubt the English language has such vocabularies in their dictionary; these monkeys lack senses in their mind. With special referrence to Michael, Richard Teo and Yum whom had written and gave their 'ungrounded' opinions in an article in Malaysiakini. I am not here to say that i am a Pro Barisan supporter. But, it is essential for them to also put in their neurons it is much wiser to keep silent and be presumed a fool than talk and be proven one. And yes, this is English. Having learn Jurisprudence, a qoute from Thomas would be just nice to give a good taste of medicine on these individuals " Nihil est in intellectu quod non fuerit prius in sensu" ; nothing is first in the intellect that is not first in the senses. I vehemently believe, they lack both, sad but true..

These few individuals could gave their opinions on nearly anything under the sun, but, they forbid another to do so. Where is the freedom of thoughts gentlemen? Rather one sided dont you think so.. It is also essential for one to look carefully into the DPM's statement. That, i leave to you.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Never Quit

When things go wrong as they sometimes will,
When the road you're trudging seems all uphill,
When funds are low and the debts are high,
And you want to smile, but you have to sigh.
When care is pressing you down a bit.
Rest, if you must, but don't you quit.
Life is queer with its twists and turns
As every one of us sometimes learns.
And many a failure turns about
When he might have won had he stuck it out:
Don't give up though the pace seems slow -
You may succeed with another blow.
Success is failure turned inside out -
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt.
And you never can tell how close you are.
It may be near when it seems so far:
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit
It's when things seem worst that you must not quit.

If you think you are beaten, you are.
If you think you dare not, you don't.
If you like to win but think you can't,
It's almost a cinch you won't.
If you think you'll lose, you're lost.
For out in the world we find
Success begins with a fellow's will.
It's all in the state of mind.
If you think you are out classed, you are.
You've got to think high to rise.
You've got to be sure of your-self before
You can ever win the prize.
Life's battles don't always go
To the stronger or faster man.
But sooner or later, the man who wins
Is the man who thinks he can.