Monday, September 27, 2010
I am not sure if you have recently noticed that the money value mentioned is amazing!
What I mean by amazing is; recently PAS was offered a RM4bil 'donation' for Kelantan's expansion plans. Soon after which it was pulled back by the offeror, with much controversies attached to it.
Then there is our famous PM's pledge (presented by Idris Jala) for expansion plan in greater KL for OMG even my mind is blowing..RM1.4 trillion for modernization under NEM.
There are other such amounts being used by our govt.Please read the MSM and you will come across it.
Just curious, where is this kind of huge sum coming from? The tax payers monies surely is not enough for their (govt) play money so hey where is this money coming from la? Even if you think the private sector is going to hand over the said sum to you (as what was suggested by Jala), there must be some catch no?
As a simple tax payer, who draws a simple pay and after all deductions, just manage to have a moderate life style, this kind of value of monies mentioned is truly mind blowing. However when I look around, yes there are still poverty (walk with your eye open) and people who live from hand to mouth plus there are also people whom spend like theres no tomorrow! Whats the value of the money?
In forex, right now RM$ is RM4.10 for 1Euro, RM3.10 to 1USD, RM4.80 to 1SP (sterling) and RM2.35 to 1SGD(singapore). Aiyaa...our money value is truly not that great and honestly even if it is...it could be artificially injected to power some body's purse string (VVVVIP) rather than our normal purse string (the rakyat)!
The day that our government honestly look into our (rakyat's) eye and say sorry we wronged you that the day I believe anything said from that stinking mouth of theirs!
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Can you beat this joker? Aiyooooooo why cant he just shut up and go to grave without being spit at? Sadly some old dogs dont learn, do they?
Friday, June 18, 2010
There have been rumours that the mosque you see along the way to KLIA was funded by the Bin Ladin family, now with this article by NST (on front page, 18th June), I am truly wondering the truth of that rumour! (No smoke without fire yea?)
Well....BN/govt....what do you have to say la?
Tak tahu? (thats the fav response in malaysia!)
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Friday, May 14, 2010
Why do we taxpayer pay taxes? Why..ok, (not in proper order) fund the education system, hospitals (medical care), pay their salaries (a bunch of wasted govt servants!), defense system and so on and so forth. Yes or no?
Ok here's the story, my uncle is hospitalized in GH Ipoh. He is very sick and needs a scan done urgently. Mind you his daughter is a govt servant so he gets full treatment from GH. They need to do a scan on him like pronto but hey the queue for scan is so long and his appointment is somewhere in June 2, 2010. He needs the scan like yesterday but no they turned him away saying "please go to private hospital if you want an urgent scan" AH!!!! Is this how our hospitals are handling medical services? Yes we all understand that to fund a hospital is expensive but hey you are the main hospital in Perak and the equipment should be at least be enuff to cater for the many needy patients.
I bet there are more horror stories all over Malaysia with the inefficiencies and insufficient equipments in hospitals in Malaysia. If that's the case, why does the govt spend monies bribing frogs, paying for votes and nonsensical things when they should be looking into spending that monies rightfully on things that matter to the RAKYAT! Medical, Education, etc??
So disappointing la! Truly disgusted with the way money is spend! You think it will change, I think not. As long as there are selfish, self-centered human being in this GOVT, there will never be good hospitals and education care in this country!
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Oh well, Saiful has been greased by the Tiger himself Defense Counsel, Mr Karpal Singh. Wow, power pack and Saiful has to be
smart enuff to evade his style. That one I am not sure if Saiful Lieful can handle the cross examination again. He will probably buckle (oh I am soooo waiting for that la!)! Hahahaha...I want to laugh when I read the cross examination questions. Aiyoo Saiful just say that you are acting on 'the higher authority' to discriminate Anwar. Enuff is enuff, dont bloody waste the tax payers monies. As for the mockery of our judicial system, thanks to the man himself, Mahathir, the judges are only doing what their big bosses are asking them to do. So much for fair trial!
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
So what is he? An ailing (not really) old man who forgot his roots and his 'style' of administration. Corrupted the judicial system while he was in power....so much more. So tell me WHO exactly is Mahathir?
Friday, May 7, 2010
Dr M: Umno faces a Chinese dilemma
Now this man has gone too far! He is old and like respectable old people he should learn to keep his mouth shut. No! Who is instigating whom? Aiseh man the picture from Malaysian Insider post was soooo unbelivable!!!
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Hey you Malaysians overseas, have you ever tried exercising your voting rights? Does the embassy allow you to vote? Do you cast your votes?
Well, during one conversation, my cousin sister from UK told me something very interesting. A bunch of her friends in UK had got together to go for votes (during the last GE). They were in for a rude shock! The Malaysian embassy turned them out saying that there was no such service at the embassy!! How funny. So if you are Malaysian (holding the passport mind you) being stationed or studying overseas you can’t vote?
I mean, talk about being very ‘politically’ correct when they want to be; BN says that they are very righteous and fair. So where is the fairness when it comes to Malaysians overseas right to vote? Why are they not allowed to vote? I am not talking about officials of the embassies I am talking about ordinary Malaysians leaving or studying overseas.
So what’s story there la?
They were clearing all the ‘nasi lemak’ stalls from the roadside at Mont Kiara. I couldn’t help it; I stopped my car, got down to speak to the officer. I had a complaint too.
You see where I live; the side road is a mess! I hardly see the Alam Flora people clean up (cos it’s under their jurisdiction – under DBKL) Rubbish thrown everywhere and scattered on the 5 foot way. At one time there was even a one-seater sofa set (I even remember the color – blue!) thrown there for the longest time ever!
Today I had to stop by and complaint; so I asked them what they were doing? He told me that this Dato’ Saravanan is coming to Mont Kiara and that’s why they were cleaning up! AH! So only when the official comes, they so gung-ho clean up! If not that place can be a pig-sty (rubbish dump) for all they care. A stone’s throw away- further down, there is kongsi of Indons leaving under the Sunrise Group. How about that?
That is another matter altogether la; as long as there’s construction there will be some kongsi of sorts.
The road along Mont Kiara (entrance to the Solaris area) has one too many pot-holes but hey nothing is ever done! Maybe with this big-shot coming, the roads can be re-paved?? How about it DBKL?
Aiyaaa, the fact when we complain officially (as we are paying our taxes) nothing happens and suddenly there’s one official joker coming, all the staff/workers of the state officials (like DBKL) will be seen doing their work!
How so Malaysia Boleh!!!!!
Friday, February 19, 2010
Sadly the caning will not be a lesson learnt. Much to our dismay, the religious ‘police’ will only attack their women kind. Sad isn’t it? We have moved to the 21st century and yet we need someone like the religious police to teach moral lessons!
In Europe you see many faces of humankind and believe me no religious police here can teach them moral lessons. It’s your right to choose your life the way you want it. You sleep on the bed that you make. If you chose wrong, you live with the consequence. Maybe it bad or good, that’s how the Western/Europeans have been living.
Now back in Malaysia, the Muslim women have been ‘suppressed’ to accept their fate. As long as you are born a Muslim woman in Malaysia (and Arabic countries) you are subjected to the syariah ruling and if you step out of line, you get towed and towed badly!
Maybe I lack the knowledge of Muslim (women) rights (don’t blame me as every time we seek to understand, the pro-Muslims don’t wish to help us understand) but I feel sad that why a woman must be treated in such ways? What about the men? Are they not guilty too? I believe I have posted one article on the rape of an Arabic Woman long time back. She didn’t ask to be raped but she was the victim of this one-sided syariah law.
Double standard practices are also noticeable as mentioned in another blogger’s site under (jelas.info) Nathaniel – Will we cane the Muslim who had illicit sex with a Mongolian? So how come this fella escaped caning ah? Is he not Muslim? Did he not do any wrong?
As long as there are people who misinterpret the rules of Islam, there will be the obvious abuse of the human-kind and the scapegoat normally being the women, as long as they are under mind. We may have moved into the 21st century but for the Muslim women, they are stuck in the centuries back.
Sunday, January 24, 2010
I have, and I am proud to say I have exercised my right from the time I became 'of age' to vote.
When you cast your vote.....be smart and vote right. Think and vote.
Okay la enuff of me advising you. I am sure you know what to do NOW.
Where to go? GO to your nearest POST OFFICE...easiest to do.
Go check your name, IC number, your area..and who represents your area, for those have registered and NOT VOTED!!!
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Saturday, January 2, 2010
Happy New Year, happy 2010 to all of you.
So what is 2010 going to be for all of us?
Hopefully it will be a better year for the economy, for the poor, for our health!!, wholesomely better for our LIFE!
For us Malaysians, we hope that we have a better government, a better system, for the current government to realize that we the rakyat are not stupid and dumb (as they keep thinking all these years we are!).
Ahem, I wonder if that wishes are too much to ask for?
Whatever, here's to 2010....hopefully you hold a better life for us all...... ;)