Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Utusan Penipu-niah VS CM Prince of Wales Island

Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang, Lim Guan Eng hari ini menafikan bahawa kerajaan negeri itu telah menubuhkan Majlis Perundingan Antara Agama dan menyifatkannya sebagai satu fitnah terhadap Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang

aku ingat Utusan Penipu-niah memberi berita benaqr, tapi aku sedih berita dipalsukan, malah bunch of deceitful liars ini lebih suka mengkhabarkan yang palsu dari yang benar.Aduh deh, kenapa sudah jadi begini? Sudah hilangkah nilai honesty...Ke fikrah mereka lebihkan ketuanan Melayu seperti fikran zionist yang fanatik Ketuanan Zionistma

Oh well, these hipocrits will still be the same. Today, the buffoons left one crucial part in their front page of Utusan Penipu-niah..We didnt get sued.In fact nothing was said about a suit of defamation being filed..in the words of Lingam " Dey, Macha stop lying daa...we know u got suit...bloody spill it yar, ammma"...

this hypocrisy doesnt end just there my learned readers. ... there will be more manifested errors and manifolds to come...let us wait for the second episode of this sitcom Utusan Penipu-niah, dan segala penipuan yang kami banggakan...

goodness sake, i got an exam at 8.30 tonight, professional practice...sigh...study2x

Companero ibnu Qadir

To My brother Hafidz Hakimi ,

Assalamualaikum, may this letter reach you in the best of health. I am never goods with words and to speak in Bahasa Malaysia is not difficult, but in expressing my feelings in the national language I truly find difficulties ; even in the midst of PPSMI.
So here goes. Kimi, you have always been my brother, always am and always will, inshaALLAH. In time when I traverse through wrong path and roads, you were always there to advice in the wisest manner and most effective way. For that, I am greatly indebted to you.
I am shameful of myself and whenever I think again, I was never there where you are down to give you support and be there to give a helping hand. Life has it many mischievous tricks, off which I fell into its traps, sadly and unfortunately.
My sincerest and deepest apologies for the time I have been forgetful and for times not being there. Sentimental as this letter may sound, that is another reflection of me. True, our wittings best reflect whom we are.
And again, after not being there for you, you were there especially this semester to get my foot back to the path I should traverse and walk in spite of being in absence in times you were in need of friends. But Allah is kind, He blessed with you with friends and brothers. You know who they are better than I do. Allah is there always for His faithful servants such as you.
In this letter, much as I may and can thank you, in reality words of gratitude and thanks are insufficient. However, knowing you, and yes I know, among all friends that I have you know me best, you will humbly say it’s your responsibly and give thanks to Allah. You are a friend who knows my darkest ebbs, times when I’m down, troubled and blue. But, I do know for some surety, I may and in fact do not know you as well as you know me. For that, I feel very discreditable.
I can only now wish and pray that Allah The Most Merciful and Compassionate, bless you and shower His blessings and barakah upon you..For only Him can give you the best of everything for I a humble servant of Him cannot do. My late father, whom I revered him as Walid wrote to on my 12th birthday, he returned to rahmatullah a month later, on my birthday card “ … zack, as you grow up I am getting old, … , remember this , for wisdom cannot be bought but only through knowledge and experience” . This, I haven’t told anyone except for a few close relatives and you my dear brother.
I end this letter by wishing you ‘Thank you very much”.
P.S – Hasta la Victoria siempre.

Fondest Regards,

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

IDP Growth + political limbo = The Unhealthy Malaya

Over the last two months, the Malaysian economy had performed worse than market expectations.

The industrial production index fell sharply across all segments for the second consecutive month in November by 7.7 per cent year-on-year, its steepest since 2001.

Gross exports declined further by 4.9 per cent year-on-year in November as demand for Malaysian goods from major markets that have fallen into recession dissipated and commodity prices plummeted.

In view of the economic downturn, many companies are starting to cut production and minimise losses incurred by freezing recruitment, shortening working hours and even retrenching some staff.

The unemployment rate is expected to go up to 4.7 per cent by 2009 vis-a-vis the official figure of 3.5 per cent, despite the government's target of reducing 400,000 foreign workers annually in Malaysia between now and 2010

With such pressing issues, we have leaders of our dearly beloved Malaya 'indulging' themselves on trivial matters. Perhaps member of parliaments ( not all, but a few, and good heavens we know them) prefer sitting down, dining, drinking wine , karaoke-ing, getting a piece of the cherry and pops it or getting it popped rather than doing anything in saving the beats of economical aid we can have.

With the abundance of resources, we could deviate from the impending economic doom. Yes, with no political stability, there is no assurance of good governance. However, interest of the people first dearly elected member of Parliaments. And please MPs, those whom have promise with abundance of sweetness and hope, convey them for your covenant is important. In the words or Che Guevara " Words that do not match deeds are unimportant " ....

The monopoly capitalists - even while employing purely empirical methods - weave around art a complicated web which converts it into a willing tool. The superstructure of society ordains the type of art in which the artist has to be educated. Rebels are subdued by its machinery and only rare talents may create their own work. The rest become shameless hacks or are crushed. - Ernesto Che Guevara

I end this post with this for us to ponder, think, and think, and think and thus analyze. "The rise of Islam offers the most impressive example in world history of the power of words to alter human behavior in sudden, surprising ways, in politics, economy and a flawless legal system "

Farewell Letter to Fidel

Though Guevara had returned to Cuba on March 14, 1965, his absence from public functions soon excited comment and, as the months went by, became an international mystery. Finally, on October 3, during the televised ceremony of the presentation of the newly established Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, Castro, in the presence of Guevara's wife and children, read the following letter. Castro explained that the letter had been delivered to him back in April and that Guevara had left the timing of its disclosure to Castro's discretion. He had delayed so long in making it public out of concern for Guevara's security and, for the same reason, could not divulge his present whereabouts.

* * *

Fidel: At this moment I remember many things -- when I met you in Marfa Antonia's house, when you suggested my coming, all the tensions involved in the preparations.

One day they asked who should be notified in case of death, and the real possibility of that fact affected us all. Later we knew that it was true, that in revolution one wins or dies (if it is a real one). Many comrades fell along the way to victory.

Today everything is less dramatic, because we are more mature. But the fact is repeated. I feel that I have fulfilled the part of my duty that tied me to the Cuban Revolution in its territory, and I say good-bye to you, the comrades, your people, who are already mine.

I formally renounce my positions in the national leadership of the party, my post as minister, my rank of major, and my Cuban citizenship. Nothing legal binds me to Cuba. The only ties are of another nature -- those which cannot be broken as appointments can.

Recalling my past life, I believe I have worked with sufficient honor and dedication to consolidate the revolutionary triumph. My only serious failing was not having confided more in you from the first moments in the Sierra Maestra, and not having understood quickly enough your qualities as a leader and a revolutionary.

I have lived magnificent days, and I felt at your side the pride of belonging to our people in the brilliant yet sad days of the Caribbean crisis.

Seldom has a statesman been more brilliant than you in those days. I am also proud of having followed you without hesitation, identified with your way of thinking and of seeing and appraising dangers and principles. Other nations of the world call for my modest efforts. I can do that which is denied you because of your responsibility as the head of Cuba, and the time has come for us to part.

I want it known that I do it with mixed feelings of joy and sorrow: I leave here the purest of my hopes as a builder, and the dearest of those I love. And I leave a people who received me as a son. That wounds me deeply. I carry to new battlefronts the faith that you taught me, the revolutionary spirit of my people, the feeling of fulfilling the most sacred of duties: to fight against imperialism wherever it may be. This comforts and heals the deepest wounds.

I state once more that I free Cuba from any responsibility, except that which stems from its example. If my final hour finds me under other skies, my last thought will be of this people and especially of you. I am thank- ful for your teaching, your example, and I will try to be faithful to the final consequences of my acts.

I have always been identified with the foreign policy of our revolution, and I will continue to be. Wherever I am, I will feel the responsibility ofbeing a Cuban revolutionary, and as such I shall behave. I am not sorry that I leave my children and my wife nothing material. I am happy it is that way. I ask nothing for them, as I know the state will provide enough for their expenses and education.

I would like to say much to you and to our people, but I feel it is not necessary. Words cannot express what I would want them to, and I don't think it's worth while to banter phrases.

Ever onward to victory! Our country or death!
I embrace you with all my revolutionary fervor.


Elizabeth Wong Vs Chua Soi Lek

I admire Miss Elizabeth Wong for having tendered his resignation over the nude photographs which are being circulated. Set and put aside of up and coming allegations that picts were the work of the other side, her concept of ministerial responsibility should and must be given credit.Furthermore, she is an important leader with a good track record.

Having tendered her resignation, like Chua, she has shown to the rakyat that she is committed to the people and under the code of ethic and morality she stood down in line with PR mode of politics having respect for morality.

However, a point to be noted, PR leader must accept her resignation. Yes, three of their men under shameful act of having no stand or lalang left the part and loosing Eli would be a hit to them, still by doing so PR would gain morality and respect of the people. In traversing politics, the people's respect and admiration will develop their support for PR. Aftermuch condemnation over Mr Chua, it is only fair for PR to accept the resignation. This would be one mode for PR to gain popularity.

Hope, Pr will consider the issue carefully. Liva revolution

Where a government has come into power through some form of popular vote, fraudulent or not, and maintains at least an appearance of constitutional legality, the guerrilla outbreak cannot be promoted, since the possibilities of peaceful struggle have not yet been exhausted. - Commandante Ernesto Che Guevara
Hasta siempre Comandante [Español]

Aprendimos a quererte
desde la histórica altura
donde el sol de tu bravura
le puso cerco a la muerte.


Aquí se queda la clara,
la entrañable transparencia,
de tu querida presencia
Comandante Che Guevara.

Tu mano gloriosa y fuerte
sobre la historia dispara
cuando todo Santa Clara
se despierta para verte.


Vienes quemando la brisa
con soles de primavera
para plantar la bandera
con la luz de tu sonrisa.


Tu amor revolucionario
te conduce a nueva empresa
donde esperan la firmeza
de tu brazo libertario.


Seguiremos adelante
como junto a ti seguimos
y con Fidel te decimos:
!Hasta siempre, Comandante!


Until Always [English]

We learned to love you
from the heights of history
with the sun of your bravery
you laid siege to death


The deep (or beloved) transparency of your presence
became clear here
Commandante Che Guevara

Your glorious and strong hand
fires at history
when all of Santa Clara
awakens to see you


You come burning the winds
with spring suns
to plant the flag
with the light of your smile


Your revolutionary love
leads you to a new undertaking
where they are awaiting the firmness
of your liberating arm


We will carry on
as we did along with you
and with Fidel we say to you:
Until Always, Commandante!

Monday, February 16, 2009

Hasta la victoria siempre

viva le comandante che guevara y que viva el revolution

Thursday, February 5, 2009

British jobs for British workers

Gordon Brown's famous 'British jobs for British people' speech of a year back

It is time to train British workers for the British jobs that will be available over the coming few years," he told the union in Brighton, just a month before taking over as Prime Minister.

He went on to outline plans to help reduce the tally of 30,000 Londoners who had been unemployed for more than a year by ensuring an estimated 200,000 Olympics-related vacancies in hotels, retail and hospitality as well as construction would mean apprenticeships for the local jobless.

The idea of "British workers for British jobs" was clearly nationalistic but it did imply that the aim was to equip Britons to fill vacancies, which is what Mr Brown now insists he meant all along.

Hopefully, one day, Malaysia would say " Malaysia's jobs for Malaysians only"

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

In the case of Perak, Lord Presiden V 3 others

Aiyoyoyo.Ammma apppa.wangga wangga BN.BN aah, lai lai mo chow cho ah. what happen wei? I was shocked amazed perplexed and rather intimidated when 3 men ( if they are men in all senses) left PKR. But, in all sincerity, Adun BOTA@ enCik ( emphasis added on Cik- or Miss in Englis) Siti Lalang left Umno for PKR and then back to UMNO. And i was thinking that only adolescents were Lalang(men with no stand)Shameful it is a sight to see.

But, well, as the grundnorm, BN is in control. Adios Pakatan and heavy heartedly hello Barisan. This would be a day worth remembering. If i do grow old, InshaALLAH, i will tell my cucu " my grand-cucus, when Tok Lid was young and handsome, even i am handsome today, i witness Perak's turmoil. But, being young, di gari dan diikat kaki dgn besi lutsinar, i cannot do much..Those were the days la...even your Walid(father) was not born yet..ur grandma pun belum lahir lagi"

Sad as it may seem, whther constitutionally right or wrong, let us see what will happen in future. The burden of deliverance is on Barisan. Bad news, lots have to be done, good news , they do well, PRU 13 will be a landslide on theirsight. Though, i would prefer the state of affairs as it is. Our rights and complains heard, and everyone is rushing to do the best for us.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

By Kahlil Gibran

I was here from the moment of the
Beginning, and here I am still. And
I shall remain here until the end
Of the world, for there is no
Ending to my grief-stricken being.

I roamed the infinite sky, and
Soared in the ideal world, and
Floated through the firmament. But
Here I am, prisoner of measurement.

I heard the teachings of Confucius;
I listened to Brahma's wisdom;
I sat by Buddha under the Tree of Knowledge.
Yet here I am, existing with ignorance
And heresy.

I was on Sinai when Jehovah approached Moses;
I saw the Nazarene's miracles at the Jordan;
I was in Medina when Mohammed visited.
Yet I here I am, prisoner of bewilderment.

Then I witnessed the might of Babylon;
I learned of the glory of Egypt;
I viewed the warring greatness of Rome.
Yet my earlier teachings showed the
Weakness and sorrow of those achievements.

I conversed with the magicians of Ain Dour;
I debated with the priests of Assyria;
I gleaned depth from the prophets of Palestine.
Yet, I am still seeking truth.

I gathered wisdom from quiet India;
I probed the antiquity of Arabia;
I heard all that can be heard.
Yet, my heart is deaf and blind.

I suffered at the hands of despotic rulers;
I suffered slavery under insane invaders;
I suffered hunger imposed by tyranny;
Yet, I still possess some inner power
With which I struggle to great each day.

My mind is filled, but my heart is empty;
My body is old, but my heart is an infant.
Perhaps in youth my heart will grow, but I
Pray to grow old and reach the moment of
My return to God. Only then will my heart fill!

I was here from the moment of the
Beginning, and here I am still. And
I shall remain here until the end
Of of world, for there is no
Ending to my grief-stricken being

Politicians' Dramas

The dilemma facing and infecting our culture is off party hoping. Or at least that is one of the most prevalent views.

But, let me put forth a few of my opinions on this 'dilemma'. The parties in Malaysia is very unique unlike other political parties in the rest of the continents. Each part with their own ideologies ranging from a move towards an Islamic nation, racial politics, equality etc. That would perhaps had such hoping, other than the issue of popularity.

But, moving and departing from this, I would like to narrow the issue towards a different light- the issue of deliverance.

MPs has in the past and present gave a million and one promises. But, sadly and surely their promises remain promises unfulfilled. Well, i must say these are the the ardent and faithful followers of the principle ' Promises are meant to be broken". My applause. Job well done pessimist leaders of the school of the "Un-thought"

My appraisal to MPs whom promise and delivered. Salute. But, my insincere condolences to discourteous MPs who do otherwise. Shame on you.

I am not against Party Hopping. Right to affiliation is vested in the constitution.

I will say something though. It is high time for leaders to sit on a round table
discussing on the impeding economic downturn. That is by far the cardinal importance of the country's future.

Putting that as agenda number two is equivalent as being a fool.The future and good governance of the country is the main objective of the leaders of this soil, isn't it not. So is the future of Gaza. The issue is not whether the attacks are debatable and mootable rightly or wrongly. But, the imperative move is to unite. Isn't it shameful enough for us to see Hugo Chaves chased out an Israel diplomat ( i admire this man and may Allah give him guidance) and seeing Arab leaders sitting as scared as mice and holding their grey haired balls. Shameful for them to have balls when they are not man enough to stand up. SHAME ON YOU ARAB LEADERS!!!!!!!!

what is the most they can do?talk dine, wine, women (ooops, are there men too)My humblest apologies for the audacity, but in truth they have done nothing really. 60 years my companeros' is a bloody hell of a long time, ain't it not?

Some truth from Bernama

EC Decides Changkat Jering And Behrang Not Vacant

PUTRAJAYA, Feb 3 (Bernama) -- The Election Commission today decided that the Perak State Legislative Assembly seats for Changkat Jering (N14) and Behrang (N58) are not vacant as they are still held by the incumbent Assemblymen.

Its Chairman, Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusuf, said this was because the EC found that there were doubts over the letters of resignation from Mohd Osman Jailu as the Assemblyman for Changkat Jering and Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi as the Assemblyman for Behrang.

"The EC had looked into the matter thoroughly from the various legal aspects and hereby inform that there are doubts over the resignation letters by the incumbent Assemblymen for the two seats.

"It is also in view of the fact that both Assemblymen have consciously confirmed that both letters are not authorised," he told reporters here.

As such, he said, the EC could not exercise the power under Article 36 (5) of the Perak State Constitution in determining that there were casual vacancies.

Earlier at 11am, Abdul Aziz chaired a special meeting of the commission which lasted almost two hours to discuss the issue following the announcement by Perak State Assembly Speaker V. Sivakumar in a statement that Jamaluddin and Mohd Osman had submitted their letters of resignation as State Assemblymen for Behrang and Changkat Jering respectively on Sunday.

On the other hand, Jamaluddin, in a two-page statement which was distrbuted to the media yesterday denied that he had sent the letter to Sivakumar vacating the seat as had been reported.

Jamaluddin said the report was baseless and he also denied that he had absconded but was on medical leave since last Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Mohd Osman lodged a police report at the Shah Alam Police Headquarters through a representative on the issue concerning the seat vacancy.

At the press conference here, Abdul Aziz had confirmed receiving two letters, one from Sivakumar and the other from Jamaluddin and Mohd Osman yesterday.

Sunday, February 1, 2009


This is something that i have to write (there copy paste here n there) to clear my neurons from admiration and affection.Well, here goes.

This magic moment
So different and so new
Was like any other
Until I kissed you

And then it happened
It took me by suprise
I knew that you felt it too
By the look in your eyes

Sweeter than wine
Softer than the summer night
Everything I want I have
Whenever I hold you tight

This magic moment
While you lips are close to mine
Will last forever
Forever til the end of time


Sweeter than wine
Softer than the summer night
Everything I want I have
Whenever I hold you tight

This magic moment
While your lips are close to mine
Will last forever
Forever til the end of time

Magic moment......
Magic moment......
Magic moment......

( i didnt kiss, or was with her though.neither do i take wine.haraam .but seeing her from afar is wonderful..though i know it is nearly impossible to get her...hahaha )