Saturday, April 30, 2011


My original draft was lengthier and more derisive but this will suffice.

It somehow disturbed me seeing, in the Star today, a column by the well known personality, a central subject of a well publicised court case.

For all the negative publicity the trial generated it surprised me that she was given to host a TV show and now writing a column.

The TV station and the Star did not see the trial to have anything adverse in engaging her but I cannot come in grips to their decision.

That being said, the Star may have a bit of an apprehension. Compare screenshot above to actual print copy

But that Star column today, the title "Preggers Problem" and message of her article did not sit well with me, in view of what had been disclosed in the trial.

I find it especially appalling to have mentioned her daughter, in view of a damning testimony in the proceedings of the trial, seeing the moral high ground she is taking in her piece.

And the irony and appropriately, Daphne's column is called... "A Different Spin"

Friday, April 29, 2011


Someone reading my Sex, Lies and Videotapes posts e-mailed me this video. View the video here

Sex, Lies and Videotape Part 10 Director's Cut

Like any blockbuster movie, I watched the first instalment of the sextape and was not convinced, the sequel hit the web theatres like a storm.

What is surprising to me for the first and second is the relative speed and efficiency of Youtube taking down the uploads and that the first could not have violated any terms and conditions.

The producer/s riding on the popularity of the first and second episode have wasted no time to come out with a Director's Cut version with the deleted scenes.

It is no surprise that the Director's Cut could not escape the censors at Youtube.

I have never hid my loathe for the ex-convict Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim because (1) he very nearly sent our country into the abyss and clutches of colonial master vultures and (2) I do not find him to be a credible and principled politician, one who would sacrifice his closest friends never mind staunch political supporters, for his own selfish singular political ambition.

This is an important point for me to make because as in the the first screening, I still have doubts after watching the sequel.

Have anyone heard of Doppelgänger? No, that's not my reason for the skepticism.

I do not think this uncensored version will alter my opinion. I am reserving judgement and rather wait till things pan out for the final outcome in this scandal.

At any rate and as far as I am concerned DSAI is bankrupt as a politician. I do not need any further convincing to his unscrupulousness.

What is glaringly clear, however, are the amateur actions and knee jerk reactions of the ex-con, his family and his coterie of sycophants in handling an uncomfortable situation.

Datuk Seri Anwar has vehemently denied that he is not the leading actor in the blockbuster.

Why then by all reasoning should he or anyone on his side be bothered as to where and how many screenings this sextape will pop-up. He should have known the first premiere would not have been the last.

There can only be only two scenarios. True or false, it's either him or the Datuk T Trio who will take the fall.

If it were true it could be that darn Doppelgänger. Mr Sivarasa please take note.

I won't be watching any sequels any time soon even if it was in HD with 3D.

I will only be interested when the final credits roll.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Negara Ku and 1Malaysia

Datuk Seri Najib's 1Malaysia initiative is a reinvention of numerous solidarity and equality themes of past administrations.

It is commendable and indeed timely in view of varied circumstances.

There is something done in the past which could be applied to complement and restore the oneness in us Malaysians. Without repackaging.

Playing or singing OUR national anthem, Negara Ku.

In the days of cinemas, just before the feature movie started, the national anthem was played and we would show respect by standing to attention.

I am sure it's being done in schools. It would be more meaningful if it was on Mondays at assembly and Fridays in classes, just before dismissal.

All government departments, agencies and GLCs could do so likewise if they have not already done so. The private sector could follow suit.

At all sporting events and appropriate gatherings.

At concerts, why not? The artists could improvise and perform the anthem.

Let's get together as 1, like we were before.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Simply The Best

I took the opportunity, attending the 1st Malaysia - ASEAN Regional Bloggers Conference 24 April 2011, to meet prominent bloggers, especially the anonymous to me at least.

They are whom I consider more than my peers, mentors in a sense.

As mentioned in my last post, I am dedicating this post to them.

I brought along a checklist and by chance the first person I fortuitously met happened to be The Voice, the veritable Brick, check.

The first thing Voice remarked after greeting him, was a Robert Phang thingy with a hearty laugh.

He is one of the Trio that I want to convey my heartfelt thanks, without this Brick I would have definitely been out of place. His warmth and energy made me at once feel quite at home.

Thank you, "Another Brick in the Wall" . Salam Tuan, wherever you are.

The Voice became my eyes. While chatting, along came this rather quiet and portly gentlemen.

"Freddie, this is BigDog", check.

At one talk, I observed BigDog to be occupied at his laptop with close attention to proceedings.

This is one unassuming Dog who when he barks, will bite. I am referring, of course, to his blog, "The "thirteen million plus Ringgit" guy rambles…."

Being the moderator to the talk on "Network and Regulations", Voice had a bit of tizz locating his room. I tagged along with his kind permission while he was preparing for the talk, room located.

Enter an imposing figure and I immediately recognised Datuk Rocky, check.

I can tell you, personally, Datuk has a telling effect on anyone, by his mere presence. His blog, Rocky's Bru profile pic, does not do him justice. Hopefully Datuk gets what I mean.

After the introduction and pleasantries and the must have snapshot with The Rock on my trusty X10 mini phone, Datuk left after a few words with Voice.

The talk commenced a few minutes after that.

Nearing the end of the talk, BHM Secretary Tony Yew walked in to announce that Tun Mahathir would soon be arriving.

Concluding with a vote proposed by the Voice, 'for or against blog censorship' with all Nays and only one Yea from blogger Mahaguru58, I was already in a state of eager anticipation.

For all my admiration and affection for Che Det, I have never met the Tun in person.

I managed to get in line and got to shake hands and Salam Malaysia's most famous Elder Statesman, the young Tun Mahathir Mohamad, check.

The Tun doesn't look a day over 50. May god bless Tun and Tun Siti Hasmah with many more years of continued good health, love and devotion.

Tun Mahathir and Siti Hasmah were ushered to the room where the Asean delegates were to meet them.

Now, here is the second of the Trio that I want to express my sincere thanks and appreciation, Secretary Tony Yew.

Tony must have got wind (or might have noticed Tun's Memoirs in my Guardian Pharmacy paper bag) that I sought Tun Mahathir's signature. Calling me, he got me into the room where the Asean delegation were now having their pictures taken with the two Tuns.

After waiting for an appropriate moment, courage took me to ask Tun Mahathir for his signature to the Memoirs.

Malaysia's highest rated blogger consented to my humble request and inking "To Freddie and Family".

I passed the Memoirs to Tun Siti Hasmah for her endorsement, I really felt it would not be complete without her signature. Tun Siti Hasmah duly obliged after a friendly prod from the great Tun.

The Tun's legacy can now be passed on to my kids with a very personal touch. Priceless.

Tony, while you muststopthis, I can't thank you enough but I thank you again.

After lunch and the talk (or was it a presentation) by YES which I earlier alluded to BigDog, I caught hold of the Voice as there was one anonymous I was desperately seeking.

A few short steps and the Voice left me with a gentlemen at the registration counter. I hesitated, the blogger knows why and I enquired, "JMD?", check.

Jebat Must Die has been the first and until now the blog I have great admiration.

For his in depth knowledge, excellent understanding and articulation of thought provoking issues.

Most of all, for his extreme patience. No matter what the comment, he will see it fit to respond and justify, in the trademark amicable manner, that would suitably satisfy or put down the commenter.

And we share another passion apart from blogging. You'll Never Walk Alone.

While exchanging views and info about each other, two other distinct and distinguished bloggers happenchanced to more or less* complete my checklist, the eminent Tuan Syed, blogging outside the box, President of BHM. And apanama, Apanama. Check and check.

Last but not least, thank you Ewa Zaghlol, to whom all this would not have been possible had she not alerted me to attend.

I had honestly thought that this Conference was for the very prominent Malaysian bloggers, the crème de la crème and it was.

But it was also for those like me, as it turned out.

Thanks Ewa.

*The checklist was not exactly complete. A Voice told me I could not expect Pure Shiite as he believed satD to be in Jakarta. Bro satD, I would have loved to have met your acquaintance.

Pics of bloggers mentioned in chronological order.

A Swashbuckling Voice

The "thirteen million plus Ringgit" guy @ Herbie Popnecker the Superhero

Datuk Rocky the Gentle Giant and Mini Me.

With best regards from Khiaq.

Tony (seated center)

Debonair JMD

At time of post permission had not been received from Tuan Syed for pic to be published.

Don't mess with Apanama.

Monday, April 25, 2011

1st Malaysia - ASEAN Regional Bloggers Conference, 24 April 2011

I am humbled and proud to have been a very small part of a momentous occasion in the history of weblogging in Malaysia, the pioneering "1st Malaysia - ASEAN Regional Bloggers Conference"

That the purpose by the theme of the conference, Blogging Mindfully and Responsibly, had achieved it objectives, could best be described by the adoption of a five-point KL Consensus.

That it was a prodigious success was evidenced at the closing address by the participating Asean bloggers. All expressed an enthusiatic desire to have close and continous engagement for the welfare of the blogging fraternity in our region.

Praise all round and congratulations to Blog House Malaysia for having organised this most meaningful and timely conference.

I will dedicate my next post to personalities I had specifically intended and had the utmost pleasure to meet and to extend my sincere thanks specifically to a very special threesome for their very very very kind assistance to make this conference a most memorable one for me.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Sarawak State Election Maths Make Me Mad

The opposition is cock-a-doo-dling about their achievement in the just concluded Sarawak State Elections.

Some are sobbing the "unfair" delineation of the constituencies benefitted the BN or that if not for this they would have won the elections!

Want to see how half baked this claim is? Lets take this disparity into account. The total number of registered voters where the DAP stood for elections is 324,936 in 15 constituencies.

Lets do a hypothetical redelineation exercises, for their sake, using the lowest number of registered voters where the DAP contested, 10,000 which is Simanggang (10,488 registered), for a new constituency.

324,936/10,000 = 32.5 constituencies. Lets round that to 33 and give it all to the DAP. Minus the 3 seats lost and add the other 4 PKR/Independent seat gives the PR 34 seats. 71-15+33-34 = 55 seats to the BN. Barisan still wins! With 5 short for a 2/3 majority.

Of course any redelineation exercises will benefit the ruling party but because the opposition will complain, the DAP can have the 30 new seats tanpa pertandingan, denying the BN the 2/3, to make them happy.

I'm no statistician. I have seen two analysis here and here.

I must add that both do not give any source as to how they arrived to those conclusions but the first is suspect going by the very opposition heavy source.

This is my conclusions with data based on the total number and percentage of votes cast where the DAP contested. They are assumptions as I do not have details of the actual voting trend from the polling stations.

Until there is a detailed and credible analysis to the contrary, they are as I assert.

1) Where the percentage number of registered Chinese voter was 90% and above (N45 BUKIT ASSEK, N9 PADUNGAN, N48 PELAWAN and N10 PENDING) the margin of victory for the DAP was 65-73%.

The total respective Malay/Melanau/Iban/Bidayuh percentage registered voters against DAP winning margins are N45 5.4%/DAP winning by 73%, N9 8.3%/72%, N48 10.7%/65.5%, N10 10.2%/68.6%.

2) In N68 BUKIT KOTA where the Malay/Melanau 54.2% were the majority with the Iban 12.8%, the DAP was routed.

3) In N27 SIMANGGANG where the Iban 54% were the majority and with the Malay/Melanau 12.5%, the DAP was similarly sent packing.

4) 5 seats saw close margins of victory N39 REPOK, N63 PIASAU, N13 BATU KAWAH, N46 DUDONG and N47 BAWANG ASSAN.

In 2), 3) and 4) their claim of a change in the voting pattern is challenged.

N46 Dudong and N39 Repok with significant Iban 36% and 34% respective votes should have given the DAP, registered Chinese 51.9% and 55.6%, a much wider margin, to support their claim, winning by just 50% and 59%.

In N13 BATU KAWAH, the Malay/Melanau 19%, Bidayuh 18% and Iban 9% did the BN great justice, allowing the DAP only a 51.2% hairline margin to win.

In N47 BAWANG ASSAN, the Iban 34% and Malay/Melanau 5.4% must have given the BN the majority of the votes for a 57% victory.

The SUPP president would have been even more humiliated had it not been for the Malay/Melanau 20% and Iban 14% in N63 PIASAU, a 64% Chinese seat.

5) N64 PUJUT and N12 KOTA SENTOSA the combined Malay/Melanau,Iban and Bidayuh, 32% and 16.7% must have contributed to the BN because the margin of victory received by the DAP was 63% and 61% in a Chinese electorate of 65% and 69% respectively. Unless the votes for the BN came from the air.

6) The only notable change in the native vote pattern were in N40 MERADONG Iban 50% N59 KIDURONG Iban 46% where the DAP prevailed.

To say that there is a shift in the native voting is inaccurate.

In Meradong and Kidurong the majority were the Ibans. That they are Christian in majority, it took a Rocket scientist, to conceive the intense campaign strategy that to vote for the opposition is to vote for Jesus.

There could be other reasons as well.

For example the DAP foothold, the intensity of campaign and the choice of candidates in those constituencies.

The BN will definitely look into these deficiencies because in other areas, the Ibans were still solid for the BN.

Also note that the SUPP won their 3 seats in the majority or high percentage native consituencies.

But What is clear is that the Chinese votes were overwhelmingly for the chauvinistic DAP.

The DAP can spin the overall result any way they want.

Lets take a look at PKR.

We must remember that Baru Bian came close in 2006 and he was the "designated" Chief Minister. He won N70 BA’KELALAN by a paper thin 473 votes.

The other candidate won in N34 KRIAN, a 96% Iban constituency!

Last but not least, a PKR seat was won in the N11 - BATU LINTANG Chinese (83%) area by a majority of 72%! No prizes for anyone guessing where the BN votes came from.

So there you have it, the Chinese votes went to the Chinese, DAP and the PKR can go cock-a-doodle-doo.

Lastly please do some counter checks for me. Maths make mad. As is a formality printed on Invoices, "Errors and Omissions Excepted"

Source The Star Nomination List, Sarawak results

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Zairil Khir Johari-Big Headed "Acting" DAP Secretary General

This parachuted DAP sycophant has seen it fit to criticise Tun Mahathir Mohamad. No problem in that. But when he calls Malaysia's longest serving Prime Minister "immature" he needs a proper wash of his stinking mouth.

The same Tun who graced his wedding among other UMNO luminaries.

As quoted by The Malaysian Instigator

"As a former prime minister and a respected statesman he should be more mature and not incite accusations that break and divide the people" he said in a press statement.

This young chiku "Acting" DAP Secretary General, who was still shitting and pissing in his pampers, when the Tun assumed the Prime Ministers post, should use his MA in Diplomacy and have a little bit of respect for an elder statesman.

Then again it maybe the Chinese genes in him to defend the race and the racist party he represents.

"DAP should really make a full background check before publishing and promoting false information regarding its members. Thus do not promote Zairil as something that he is not. UMNO and BN will surely use this issue to their own advantage to show DAP as mere spinners and a dishonest party."

This conceited upstart has special praise for the racist party is evident when he says that the
"DAP should start promoting itself and thinking of itself more of a federal government-in-waiting and focus on its results in Penang and Selangor. Simultaneously, those in the two states that DAP governs should focus on running a government properly and prove to the people that we can manage a government properly."

Can you hear Cyndi Lauper singing her song?

Monday, April 18, 2011

Barisan Nasional, MCA and Chinese Support

Firstly, congratulations to the BN and syabas everyone contributing to the Sarawak State Election victory.

Whatever one may say about Tan Sri Taib, a 100% election result for PBB, says much about the non-Chinese voters acceptance of his leadership.

As for the next GE, I want to say this about the senior partner representing the Chinese in the BN.

The MCA should withdraw from the BN AND if they are sincere, to contest the next GE as a BN friendly party.

Their support has significantly declined. They are mostly returned in the solid BN southern states and safe seats in the other states.

They need the BN more than the BN needs them.

They can operate without the burden of "big brother".

In the mixed constituencies BN can field their candidate against the MCA (they can also stand down) and DAP. BN can field a Malay or Indian candidate. The true Chinese BN supporters will vote the coalition not the party.

In the Chinese majority areas the same will apply, BN will enter as the spoiler. It would not matter if the BN lost the seat because MCA, one on one with the DAP, is a no contest.

The BN can then pick the most successful and winning MCA candidate to represent the Chinese in the Govt.

The MCA withdrawal will send shock waves within the Chinese community.

No more will the Chinese community have the best of both worlds, automatic representation in the Govt and chauvinistic support for the opposition.

This post had been my comment to OutSyed The Box "Sarawak Election Results" with some addendum.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Barisan Nasional Returned With a Strong Mandate

Congratulations to all the elected assemblymen and party workers. Defeated candidates must must not lose heart. You still have an important role and continue to serve the electorate.

A big thank you to fellow Malaysians in Sarawak for returning the BN to govern again.

Barisan Nasional has prevailed with a resounding vitory.

The majority voted for the Barisan Nasional. The Chinese? Well, they voted the Chinese.

Well done everyone for this significant BN victory.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Raja Perkara Konspirasi Part 3 Raja Perkara Konspirasi

I stand corrected. It's not the Datuk T Trio sextape that needs a diversion, the shit stirrer made that interview 2 months ago.

As things stand I still maintain that it's a false flag.

I have been correct that the Raja Perkara Konspirasi did not absolve Datin Seri Rosmah thereby clearing Datuk Seri Najib as well.

In Part 2, I declared with particular emphasis,

"So, unless and until this Raja Perkara Konspirasi himself categorically himself says that he does not believe that Datin Seri Rosmah is involved, he still wants us to believe that Datin Seri is involved."

I had this uneasy suspicion by the very fact that the PKR camp especially the defacto honcho, DSAI, had been conspicuously nonchalant.

You can see how the shit stirrer stirs by his posts subsequent to the interview.

In Hantu Lauts post, "Raja Petra Dropped The Bomb!", I deduced events and circumstances and was fairly accurate.

My comments,
Dear HL,

Its a false flag to divert attention from the other DSAI pressing matter.

Scrutinise RPK interview/statement, DSAI is not implicated in anything other than verifying a person's crediblity.

You don't hear the usual vehement protestataions from the PKR members.

What RPK failed to clarify in his latest post is that the SD specifically mentioned AAB and KJ keeping a confidential military report (item 4) and that a ruler has been made aware (item 5).

It does not fit the stop DS Najib becoming PM theme, more of a get rid of AAB than anything else. See the SD link

You must remember at that time (of the SD) DSAI was pressuring AAB to hand over the Govt as he had the numbers.

RPK must have have been confident that DSAI did have the numbers to be PM, hence courage to make that SD

Thank you

April 14, 2011 4:30 PM

and a follow up comment,
Dear HL,

"Its a false flag to divert attention from the other DSAI pressing matter."

I stand corrected as the interview was done two months ago but still maintain it is a false flag.

I have said (in my blogpost) that RPK is not absolving DS Rosmah and thereby also DS Najib.

From his MT post "My New Straits Times and Straits Times (Singapore) interview",

Q3: Aside from your Statutory Declaration, do you have any proof of the involvement of the people you mentioned in the attempt to discredit Najib and Rosmah?

What do you mean by proof? Video recordings of them in towels in a hotel room? Define ‘proof’. Anwar was convicted and sentenced to 15 years jail in 1999 based on testimony. Testimony is proof and that was good enough to sentence Anwar to 15 years jail. My testimony is even better. It is in the form of an SD.

As regards to the SD, I commented...

"RPK must have have been confident that DSAI did have the numbers to be PM, hence courage to make that SD."

Malaysia Instinct

“Anwar came to the court because there were two cases going on simultaneously and told me don't worry, you will be out soon because we are going to form the government on Sept 16',” he said in the second part of an interview with TV3 aired last night.

...confirms this. A serious misjudgement by RPK.

He is still very much a staunch Anwar supporter and his interview is suspect.

I apologise for taking so much space.

Thank you

April 15, 2011 5:38 PM

Is an explanation from TV3 forthcoming?

There will be more to unravel the shit stirrer.

Friday, April 15, 2011

Churches Association Disappointed With Opposition Leaders


I have always maintained that my Church should not be involved in politics and that the opposition infiltration in the Christian community has had a significant impact on it's actions.

Sarawak State Election-Best Wishes to Barisan Nasional

Barisan Nasional has campaigned extremely hard to prevent a breach of it's turf in the East.

It is now up to our fellow Sarawak voters.

I will be watching ever so closely in this election which , I believe is a close and crucial, has an important ramification.

Barisan Nasional will prevail. It must, with a popular and compelling vote.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Raja Perkara Konspirasi Part 2 Shit Stirrer and False Flags

Yes, he is a shit stirrer as admitted by the Raja Perkara Konspirasi himself "Now that the shit has hit the fan". Sorry, find the link yourself.

In his explanation he is implying to have been made a "Petsy", set up by certain individuals. No point to sue him right? Because prominent lawyer Datuk Seri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah might not even get his due from the bankrupt.

"O'Hara said Raja Petra had been declared a bankrupt but that it was not his concern whether Ravindran would be able to secure the money from the blogger."

Lets get back to being the shit stirring "Petsy".

"They still insist that the story is: I alleged that Rosmah and the two Lt Kols were at the scene of Altantuya’s murder the night she was murdered."

"Most seem to not understand that I did not make any allegation against Rosmah or the two Lt Kols."

"He assured me that if that happens, and he wants that to happen for the plan to succeed (which means I am the bait), then the military intelligence report would surface."

If we accept that he was set up, by a false allegation to implicate Datin Seri Rosmah, then it confirms that it is a false allegation.

Note how careful and clever this Raja Perkara Konspirasi is. In his shit stirring column he did not say that he disbelieved, as widely reported. Signs of a first false flag are in "Spot the spin contest" by the conspiracy king himself, alluding to specific reports in Bernama, The Malay Mail and The Star.

What he did say in his column was,

"My wife, however, disagreed. She felt that the story is too far fetched and that Bul is not a reliable source."

So, unless and until this Raja Perkara Konspirasi himself categorically himself says that he does not believe that Datin Seri Rosmah is involved, he still wants us to believe that Datin Seri is involved.

Now, what is the actual motive to agree to this earth shattering interview with TV3?

It is a false flag. By involving other prominent personalities and bloggers into this charade of his own sordid making, the conspiracy king is diverting attention.

He wants maximum publicity and expect the indicted individuals to respond. Getting even more exposure.

At the time of writing this post only one prominent blogger has come out with a rather mute statement, surprisingly to me, given the gravity of another conspiracy allegation by the conspiracy king.

"I am personally disappointed that Raja Petra Kamaruddin should see it fit to get me involved in a matter where I have zero knowledge."

Before all you fellow anak conspiracy start asking who initiated the interview, I will say this. I will not believe the Raja Perkara Konspirasi.

For the simple reason that Raja Perkara Konspiracy is the famous trade mark, is widely regarded, and has published numerous "incriminating documents" in his shit stirring columns.

Yet for all his renowned fame in publishing and exposé of "incriminating documents" and his incessant attack on Datin Seri Rosmah, a most prized "incriminating document" that would prove most lethally damaging to Datin Seri,

"When all hell broke loose I contacted Bul and met up with him. I asked him for a copy of the confidential military intelligence report. Bul said that they no longer have it. The entire file has been shredded, Bul said.

Surely they have a back up copy, I said.

Sorry, no back up copy. The report no longer exists. In fact, the entire file no longer exists"

seem to have conveniently escaped his obsessive grasp "until all hell broke loose"!

And now for the important matter of the false flag.

Has Datuk Seri Anwar been tainted in this interview? On closer examination, definitely not. Where is the usual cadre rebuttals?

Ask, what does this Raja Perkara Konspirasi actually intends by giving the interview?

It is a red flag to divert attention and take away heat from a bigger and more realistic issue, the Datuk T Trio sextape.

Read also Jebat Must Die "A logical review about the slander on Datuk Seri Najib" added 4.40 pm

Raja Perkara Konspirasi

The same chorus to a different song is being sung again.

Bought, UMNO mole, liar, conspiracy within a conspiracy within a conspiracy, bought, Sarawak State Election (I thought these matters does not resonate with Sarawak people), untrustworthy, true colours (no, not that song), bought, life in danger, blackmail, bought, DS Najib (please la), under counter deals, Malaysia corrupted, lost credibility (Zaid where are you?), turncoat, hypocrite, out of context.

New chorus to a different song.

Drugged, hearsay (now that's a good one), hustler (even better).....fingers tired oredy.

Guys don't hold your breath.

As with these PKR types especially the defacto leader, anything goes!

This is the Bald fact, RPK ni Raja Perkara Konspirasi.

Breaking News-RPK admits Conpiracy?

First the video now an admission by the infamous Raja Petra Kamarudin. Apanama and Datuk Rocky spill the spilt beans.

I can tell you it's konspirasi. Many were with RPK at the material time. Don't believe me? Good.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Barisan Nasional and the Cyberworld

In my earlier post, I ended with "BN must not underestimate and be left behind in the strategies and war of cyber politics"

First it was the PC, then came the laptops/notebooks/netbooks and now tablets. In between was cellular phones.

For laptops/notebooks/netbooks came mobile broadband.

With the advent of hand phone, Malaysia is now well connected in the four corners of the compass.

In cities and towns, I can safely say there is a hand phone for every person in a household, maybe even more.

It is safe to suggest that every household in Malaysia has at least one person having a hand phone.

Short Message Service (sms) is multi billion dollar business. What it means is that practically everyone having a HP texts messages.

We now have smartphones with WIFI connection for e-mail, facebook and whatever you wish for facilities.

Blackberries, IPhones, IPads, Tablets, Androids, RIMs and Sybians.

Dual core, Quad core, Megabytes, Gigabytes, Tetrabytes, Kbps, Mbps, Gbps.

What all this means is, with technological advancement, information is now moving faster than a speeding bullet. Not only that, it can be had in the palm of your hands.

Telcos, in the jihad and holy crusade for the big moolahs, fighting among themselves, will make it even faster.

Heck, beware politicians! We could even SMELL your fart from our smartphones or whatever digital apparatus we may have at our disposal in the not too distant future

It has been said the the 2008 "tsunami" could in part be attributed to effective political cyber activity. Political propaganda disseminated for lethal and desired effect.

BN is not short of tech savvy blogger support. In my relatively short sojourn of the blogosphere, there are bloggers who are intellectual, IT geeks, legal eagles, economic wizards from every field and society, who support or are inclined towards the BN.

Alas I noticed, my links are to bloggers who are ALL Malay!

Don't get me wrong it's not a race or religion thingy.

The Barisan Nasional does not have a vehicle, something exciting, something that will give us news, columns and entertainment, where everyone especially we the Nons, can share, engage and comment.

Where the editorial will respond to comments irrespective of race, religion or political affiliation, responsibly.

To strengthen and increase the popularity and support for the BN.

Where all these pro-BN bloggers can link up, contribute and have a common mission, Malays and Non-Malays, the good and well being of our beloved country.

Lets have one. An honest to goodness and credible one.

Doesn't the BN have the resource and integrity to establish such a vehicle?

BN can proudly announce that it is pro-BN but will accept an alternative view. No harm in that, 1Malaysia what.

The present Sarawak State Election prompted me to write this. I like to know what is actually the ground situation. Up to date news from anyone. Good or bad.

The main intention of that earlier mentioned post was to point out how the enemy are doing things the smart and effective way.

Thru the blogosphere not only thru bloggers but with common allies like The Malaysian Insider or Malysiakini.

Stealthily I might add.

The future are our children.

They are tech savvy because they want to be. They do not want to be left behind, parents know what I mean. In many ways technology has made it easier for our kids to be savvy. To socialise, for knowledge and information.

Technology is a powerful tool. Cyberspace is the new frontier.

Just look at the enemy, they know that.

Does the BN?

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Ali Kadir a Suspicious Character in The Malaysian Insider and a matter of Seditious Tendency

In a previous post I again questioned The Malaysian Insider for publishing columns, that decries the Govt and UMNO, with special mention to one Ali Kadir.

Criticising the Govt to address shortcomings is all well and good. But when criticism is by way of disguise, dubious locutions and unsubstantiated accusations, then it becomes suspect.

Firstly, I would ask The Malaysian Insider whether 'Ali Kadir' is a real name, moniker or a pseudonym apart from "Ali Kadir reads The Malaysian Insider."

Ali Kadir?

The Malaysia Insider has a moral duty to state so as it implies the person is a Malay or a Muslim to give the column greater credence in the context of it's content.

No matter what the author's race or religion, the more serious matter is the recent essay by this 'Ali Kadir' in The Malaysian Insider, can be regarded to be of seditious tendency as interpreted by the Sedition Act 1948 and an offence under the Act in Article 4 (1) a).

4. (1) Any person who—
(a) does or attempts to do, or makes any preparation to do,
or conspires with any person to do, any act which has
or which would, if done, have a seditious tendency

I highlight the related passages of that column, that coud be descibed as having such tendencies, within ambits expressed by the Act.

Seditious tendency
3. (1) A “seditious tendency” is a tendency—(a) to bring into hatred or contempt or to excite disaffection against any Ruler or against any Government.

2) Religious tension rose during the reign of Pak Lah, with temple demolitions, disputes over conversions and burial rights, the right of Christians to use Allah taking centrestage.

Today, these issues have been swept under the carpet (resolved ala Malaysia)"
. The Federal Court is unwilling to state its stand on the issue of conversion and the chasm between Christians and the government has widened to a stage not known before in Malaysia."

The party which once gave us Tunku Abdul Rahman, Tun Dr Ismail and Tun Hussein Onn now offers us suspect characters. Not to different from the likes of Zakaria Deros and the “Close One Eye” Ahmad Ismail during the Abdullah era"

Today we are still saddled with a questionable police force
, an incompetent MACC, a seemingly corrupt Customs Department. And once again we are hearing calls for an IPCMC"

"He said that the commission to the Malaysia company was paid by the French but a probe by the French government shows that the commission was paid by the Malaysian government."

(c) to bring into hatred or contempt or to excite disaffection
against the administration of justice in Malaysia or in any State,

"The Federal Court is unwilling to state its stand on the issue of conversion and the chasm between Christians and the government has widened to a stage not known before in Malaysia."

Do you know why the relevant Ministries within the Govt allow such indiscretions and aspersions, published by The Malaysian Insider, to continue without being reprimanded?

Of course if they did then it gives the big guns of the opposition and it's symphatisers to really come blazing, crying and throwing everything at the Govt, including the kitchen sink.

By the way it's not enough for The Malaysian Insider to qualify every column that * This is the personal opinion of the writer or publication.
The Malaysian Insider does not endorse the view unless specified.

It should be more responsible for columns being published and must be accountable should there be any transgression of any law.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Loyarburok-Extremely Cheeky

Loyarburok claims to be nonpartisan, the Star Sunday February 13, 2011. "Cheeky take on human rights"

"Bon denies that the blog is pro-opposition, saying they had invited pro-government pro-Barisan Nasional people to write. But there have been no takers probably because those people already have easy access to the mainstream media." he says.

However this latest post by Aston Paiva severely dents that claim.

Aston Paiva exclaimed,

So I say, in the next General Elections, as long as you believe in Religious Freedom, as long as you value your Liberty, as long as you believe in peace and harmony under Malaysian skies, do not vote for Barisan Nasional. They have failed you, and it is now your duty to put them out of power"

Brazenly cheeky.

If that is not anti-BN (read pro-opposition) then I don't know what is.

Aston Paiva has responded to my comments to his post with my sincere thanks & appreciation-Freddie, 9 April 3.18pm

Thursday, April 7, 2011

DAP Asking for Donations?

The DAP is asking for donations for their Sarawak State Election campaign by advertising in The Malaysian Insider.

I really do not know what The Malaysian Insider advertising rates are. I do know that advertising in the print MSM can be pretty steep.

That being said, does it make sense to advertise for donations? What I mean is "I don't have money, so I am paying to advertise for donations because I don't have money"

Unless it's sponsored, for example for the World Wildlife Fund or A Global Fund to Fight Aids, it make no sense.

The only conclusion one can come to is that it is a sponsored advertisement for the DAP. But that still does not make sense. Why not donate the ad fees directly to the DAP?

Is it a CSR on the part of the The Malaysian Insider?

It's not only about donation.

The DAP is taking election campaign to another level and in The Malaysian Insider a most suitable ally (not taking into account Malaysiakini), a common and organised conduit for opposition supporters, to fight the political battle in the electronic media.

To topple the BN.

Click on the DAP banner ad in The Malaysia Insider to find out.

Selected screenshots of web pages on DAP banner ad link. Simple and effective. Please click and enlarge.

Compare that to the BN, PBB and SUPP websites.

BN does not have a common platform to channel and expand its support in the cyber world.

BN must not underestimate and be left behind in the strategies and war of cyber politics.

* Freddie Kevin reads The Malaysian Instigator

It's been sometime that since I have criticised The Malaysian Instigator. But they never run out of reader's, * Ali Kadir reads The Malaysian Insider, with an impartial essay, get carried away in the usual Govt/UMNO and even Tun Mahathir bashing, frothing at the mouth but forgetting what he wrote!

Ali Kadir who reads The Malaysian Insider wrote Can silence be bought?

His opening paragraph,

"I am writing this article after giving some serious thought to the plight of Malaysians. Notice that I am not referring to the government, Umno or the opposition."

And continued rambling in point form. I list here all his 6 points, not referring to the government, Umno or the opposition. Lest I be accused of being partial,

1. Rights of groups to practise their religion as prescribed by the Federal Constitution has been wantonly disregarded by the government and bureaucracy.

2. Ministers and senior government officials flaunt ill-gotten gains and care little about you and I think.

3. Anyone following the Teoh Beng Hock inquiry cannot but have a heavy heart at how low our institutions have fallen. The police investigation into the death was nonexistent and a group of secondary school students could have done a better job of questioning Teoh than the jokers at MACC

4.Established and respected precedents are sidelined for political expediency (read: Perak) and no one even cares when the Parliament or the courts return perverse decisions just to support the status quo.

5. RM40 billion for MRT, RM20 billion for this and RM10 billion for that. No open tenders. Our hard earned money is being used without any transparency and accountability and we keep quiet because the government must know what they are doing.

So as not to confuse with the Penang State Govt no open tenders, adds a rejoinder,

Remember these are the same guys who brought you the BMF scandal, the deposit taking scandal, the forex losses scandal, the bailouts of somebody’s son during the financial crisis, the PKFZ scandal.

6. Do we really know each other and get along these days? Malays, Chinese and Indians and our brothers from Sabah and Sarawak. Do we get along or do we only come together for a Petronas advertisement?

But then I must understand the point, or should I say "points", he is trying to make, right? And Yes, true to his word, he did not refer to the opposition.

*Freddie Kevin reads The Malaysian Instigator
*This is the personal opinion of the writer or publication. The Malaysian Insider does not endorse the view.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Truth, Knowledge, Emotion & Pain-Something My Daughter Posted

I think there's a little truth, knowledge, emotion and pain in this quote.

There's always a little truth behind every "JUST KIDDING"
a little knowledge behind every "I DON'T KNOW"
a little emotion behind every "I DON'T CARE"
and a little pain behind every "IT'S OK"

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Sex, Lies and Videotape Part 9 Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah

What occurred me, (reading reports here, here and here "After watching video, Wan Azizah declares Anwar innocent.") in the Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah press conference to repudiate the person in the video is Datuk Seri Anwar is, why is there a need to mention the video or an elaboration to refute the allegation?.

Any spouse will steadfastly and unwaveringly declare that an allegation is untrue because they would be absolutely certain, without the necessity to peruse or to explain away any evidence that might suggest the contrary, of their partners innocence.

She is making a bad situation worse in an effort to exonerate DSAI.

Constitutional Rights and Legislation Against Subversion, Action Prejudicial to Public Order

Freedom of Religion as enshrined in the Federal Constitution Article 11 is a right of every citizen but subject to the same Article 11 (4),

(4) State law and in respect of the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur, Labuan and Putrajaya,

federal law may control or restrict the propagation of any religious doctrine or belief among persons professing the religion of Islam.

Yet, those in the Christian community, who are taking an uncompromising and unbending position in the Allah and Alkitab issue, are advised to be mindful of Article 149,

Legislation against subversion, action prejudicial to public
order, etc.

149. (1) If an Act of Parliament recites that action has been taken
or threatened by any substantial body of persons, whether inside
or outside the Federation

Does this sound familiar?

(a) to cause, or to cause a substantial number of citizens to
fear, organized violence against persons or property; or

Acts of hidden hands

(b) to excite disaffection against the Yang di-Pertuan Agong
or any Government in the Federation or;

Is this what is intended, knowingly or otherwise?

(c) to promote feelings of ill-will and hostility between different
races or other classes of the population likely to cause

(d) to procure the alteration, otherwise than by lawful means,
of anything by law established; or

(e) which is prejudicial to the maintenance or the functioning
of any supply or service to the public or any class of the
public in the Federation or any part thereof; or

With a stance that

(f) which is prejudicial to public order in, or the security of,
the Federation or any part thereof,

any provision of that law designed to stop or prevent that action
is valid
notwithstanding that it is inconsistent with any of the
provisions of Article 5, 9, 10 or 13, or would apart from this
Article be outside the legislative power of Parliament; and Article
79 shall not apply to a Bill for such an Act or any amendment to
such a Bill.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Sex, Lies and Videotape Part 8 Inconclusive

I managed to watch the clip before it was removed by Youtube at about 11.45 pm. I cannot be sure that it is DSAI.

Since I have not seen DSAI in personally in the flesh, I can only comment from the neck upwards. Comparing images of DSAI against what is in the video, there appears to me to be a physical difference.

The stomach size can be explained. I normally push my tummy out to hold a towel or sarong more securely while walking about, preventing it from slipping.

The person in the video has a comparatively thicker neck.

Sex, Lies and Videotape Part 7 Clips Surface

Who is Mr X?

Sex, Lies and Videotape Part 6 Karpal Singh's Call

Karpal Singh has called for the sextape to be screened in parliament.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

1Malaysia Ah Long

Headlined the Star April 1, Bold Ah Long and reported online "Loan sharks putting up ads on taxis and charging high interest rates"

These Ah Longs are probably the unpatriotic ones.

I know for a fact that there are patriotic ones who subscribe to the 1Malaysia concept and incoporating the theme with interest rates at 1% per month.

Can't handle the truth? Here it is.

Warning: Something's Not Right Here!

Subsequent to my previous post, I have been subject to Something's Not Right as well.

Is it Chedet or Hacked ?

Sued and Hacked

Datuk Rocky had posted on blogger Firdaus Abdullah being sued. I had alerted Apanama of a rebuttal link in my comment to that particular post.

Upon using the link at Datuk Rocky's post to check that rebuttal link, it turned out a warning to being hacked.

"If you've visited this site in the past or you trust this site, it's possible that it has just recently been compromised by a hacker."

Friday, April 1, 2011

Sex, Lies and Videotape Part 5 Tape Not Doctored

Reported, IGP says experts confirm sextape is not manufactured sic or doctored.

IGP says sex video not doctored
UPDATED @ 01:17:31 PM 01-04-2011 April 01, 2011

Religion and Politics-Allah and Alkitab Update

Blogger satD has raised pertinent questions to the Christian community in his blogpost Flirting with Disaster: An Analysis on the Demand for Religious Freedom in Malaysia

He does it in his distinctive "pull no punches" way, when there are serious issues which he feels very strongly, that needs to be put into perspective.

There are many bloggers who articulate well but few with factual information to back their contentions.

In his reply to my comment he posed me thus,

Perhaps some fundamental question we need to address here with respect to the root of the issue.

The late Pope John Paul II, said in 1999 "We Christians joyfully recognize the religious values we have in common with Islam. Today I would like to repeat what I said to young Muslims some years ago in Casablanca: “We believe in the same God, the one God,the living God, the God who created the world and brings his creatures to their perfection”
(Insegnamenti,VII/2, 1985 page 495 quoted during a general audience on May 5, 1999).

Do we Malaysians Muslim and Christian believe in that?

And perhaps I can also ask you another question...If Allah is GOD in Bahasa as how the Church have claimed, then why is Yesus Kristus and Not Isa is used throughout the Bahasa Bible..

This was my response and an insight into my way of thinking,

satD Bro,

This is how I look at Christianity and Islam.

The differences between our religion are Christians believe Jesus to be a God and part of the Holy Trinity.

Muslims believe that Jesus indeed was a prophet but not God and Nabi Muhamad PBUH as the last prophet.

I will admit that the Islamic belief is more logical, for how can a Man be God? But that is what I believe. If I too believe that Nabi Muhamad PBUH is the last prophet, does that make me less a Christian?

It will not make sense to the both of us but to an atheist we BOTH do not make any sense.

If we take away the differences mentioned above, that is without Jesus and the Holy Spirit, do we not believe in the same God? If the answer is no, I cannot and will not argue. That is your belief.

Digressing, Islam bequeaths that non-believers will meet the punishment of hell, It is the same for Christians.

I am unable to accept that. Should a person not professing our faiths, who has lived his life relatively free from sin and is remorseful of any sin upon his death, be condemned to hell?

We can find many statements that all good men will be rewarded in heaven, in the Bible scriptures and teachings of Jesus and correct me if I am wrong in the Holy Koran.

Bro, please remember that this is how I look at religion and life. I cannot speak for others or the afterlife.

I also believe that ALL religions teaches GOOD. Only men make it evil.

To your question, I agree with your posit. My position supports that.

Thank you and I always look forward to your posts.


In that same reply to me satD ended with this statement

Going forward we must find the right model for engagement between these two major religion, I believe we should look at the "A Common Word" Initiative for some reference case in other jurisdiction.Refer here for details

What I appreciate in satD is he engages and posts comments, whether you agree with him or not. If you don't, you would be advised to be well prepared.