Thursday, August 25, 2011

Anwar Ibrahim Sodomy II - Half Past Six Defence

Is this a major boo boo or what?

TMI reports

"Anwar’s defence questions Chemistry Department’s credibility"
"Lawyers for Anwar told the High Court today they had documents to show that the government laboratory based in Petaling Jaya had yet to receive its certification of accreditation from the American Society of Crime Lab Directors ASCLD.

Ramkarpal Singh Deo drew the court's attention to two documents they said showed the laboratory had applied for the accreditation certificate in 2005 but was rejected.

The second document was a letter from ASCLD dated April this year saying their application had been extended until October to submit documentation to support their application.

This they argued meant that the laboratory did not meet with international standards."
Click to see Certificate of Accreditation to Department of Chemistry Malaysia, Forensic Division - Effective Date 19 October 2005 Expiry Date 18 October 2010 from the ASCLD.

The Malaysian Insider - Believe It or Not

Rare noteworthy Malaysia Insider columns is one thing, credible reports is another.

This fresh from the enter key DAP favourable report, ala personalities related to BN prominent figures in the past, quotes former MOF Minister Tun Tan Siew Sin's granddaughter.

Well, it's the usual grandmother's story.

You decide.

"MCA founder’s granddaughter lauds Guan Eng’s policies in Penang" dateline today.

"The fact that he has been able to run Penang without much contribution from the federal government and yet turn in yet attract one of the highest rates of investment I think speaks for itself."

"Penang BN discloses RM16.4b in fed projects" Sundaily dateline 1 March 2011

"In the 9th Malaysia Plan, the federal government had provided RM7.176 billion to 56 departments and agencies to conduct 1,017 projects in the state,”

Please ah! Don't give me the unfair allocation spin, okay?

"Federal-state relationship from the investment perspective" the Edge 21 February 2011

Please read closely,
"For example, under the 8th and 9th Malaysia Plans (2001 to 2010), Penang state received only 3.1% of the total allocation."
Hello oo, this is before the Pakat-Pakat Penang administration, how and where does unfairness come into the picture? And why all this bitching?

"The often-asked question by investors has been: How does the federal/state relationship affect their investment here?

The simple answer to that has always been: The relationship is good and it will not affect their investment here." (emphasis is mine)
Always leave the best for last.

"Penang may miss investment goals without Mida aid" dateline December 16, 2010
"Lim Guan Eng today expressed concern over the possibility that Penang will fail to hit its RM4.2 billion target and urged investPenang and Mida to redouble efforts to “nail down” foreign and local investors awaiting approval for grants and incentives from Mida."

Media statement by Lim Guan Eng in Komtar, George Town on Wednesday, 19 January 2011
"Penang is the No.1 state for total capital investments in 2010 attracting RM12,238 million, up nearly 5 times as compared to RM2,165 million in 2009 and comprising 26% of Malaysia's total investments of RM47,177 million for 2010."

Waaaah! A Ripley's, in 15 days became Top of the Pops like his Papa, Believe It or Not.

Read also Lim doesn't understand federal govt's allocation system.

Update 4.25 pm

"Malaysian Insider being sued?"

TMI better hope this is no Ripley.

26 August

Facts that figure "Guan Beng Bilapa Lu Bayar Itu Economist for the Mysterious Mojo Article?"

Farah Fahmy - A Gem of an Article

The Malaysian Insider very rarely come out with any articles of note but this piece "Colonised minds" by Farah Fahmy is such a standout by far, it deserves mention.

I would not give a hoot whether my comment in that column gets published so I am posting it as a message to Ms Farah.

"Well articulated.

Some, not many points I would disagree but what is important is the message and moral.

A very good article."

BERSIH - Bitter Stweets

Land Destoyer where Tony Cartalucci exposed BERSIH for what it really is,

"A recent example of this phenomenon is unfolding in the streets and within the political scene of Malaysia where a movement calling themselves "Bersih," or the "Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections" has captured the minds and imaginations of Malaysia's youth and progressive enclaves, both in Malaysia and around the world. While Bersih's leader Ambiga Sreenevasan claims ad nauseum "we are fighting for free and fair elections," what she fails to share quite as often with her impressionable, well-intentioned followers is the fact that her movement is also funded and has received training from the United States government and a host of foreign corporate-funded foundations."

has had it's Twitter account suspended for their Libyan coverage.

"This also occurred at the height of the Malaysian Bersih hysteria - where US-funded protesters were trying to gain momentum against Malaysia's decidedly anti-globalist government. A Land Destroyer account was also suspended as I exposed US funding and its agenda behind the street protests."


Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Lee Kuan Yew and Henry Kissinger - A Conversation CleverLee Done
















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MEMORANDUM
THE WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON

MEMORANDUM OF CONVERSATION

PARTICIPANTS:
Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew of Singapore
Ambassador Monteiro
Dr. Henry Kissinger
John Holdridge, NSC Staff
Kathleen Ryan, NSC Staff
DATE AND TIME: Wednesday, April 11, 1973 9:50 - 10:20 a.m.
PLACE: Dr. Kissinger's Office

Dr. Kissinger: That was a very fine toast you gave last night.

P.M. Lee: It was ephemeral. I hope that South Vietnam can stick and anything we can do to help them, we can try and do our best.

Dr. Kissinger: What can you do?

P.M. Lee: Well, our urban problems are not dissimilar. We can help them in three things—organization, housing, and welfare.

Dr. Kissinger: You can pay a visit and talk to Thieu.

P.M. Lee: I can try. It would be easier if he came to me.

Dr. Kissinger: I will try to arrange it.

P.M. Lee: Now let's be frank, or why else should I be here.

Dr. Kissinger: I agree. Thieu is surrounded by second-raters. He is the only one with vision. The problem is to get into his morbidly suspicious head that I am not against him. He thinks I have a deal with the Communists to get rid of him. He believes that I want to unify all of Indochina under Hanoi as a counter weight to the USSR and China. China is not our threat but the USSR is. When China has its second strike capability in 5-10 years. . .

P.M. Lee: 10 years.

Dr. Kissinger: I want Indochina to remain in four different states. Those are your interests, are they not?

P.M. Lee: Yes.

Dr. Thieu is wrong and should hear it from you, not me. You have to get together. You prefer that he comes to you?

P.M. Lee: Yes, it looks more casual. I am known to the Communists as a partisan. He could take a trip to Jakarta and stop in Singapore.

Dr. Kissinger: Would Jakarta have him?

P.M. Lee: Perhaps not, but he could make a swing through Singapore and Bangkok.

Dr. Kissinger: Yes. I'll see if this can be arranged.

P.M. Lee: We could help him with urban problems, housing. If he scales down his military, we can help with the conversion of military bases.

Dr. Kissinger: Do you have technicians to help him?

P.M. Lee: We have some, not enough, but we can help build models.

Dr. Kissinger: We will do much to help his technological needs. Psychology is the real problem: we need to keep his confidence. If he goes on the offensive militarily and politically, he can win. He holds more cards than the enemy, but he has an inferiority complex. The Viet Cong need the support of the North Vietnamese Army, which is based 400 miles away. But we have to pick the time and the provocation. It has to be something great. If we do something prematurely we have to pay the domestic price.

Is that wrong?

P.M. Lee: That is your domestic scene. There has to be a real buildup emotionally and psychologically here before you can give a real wallop. But you can't afford to lose any more prisoners.

Dr. Kissinger: We can do almost anything without losing prisoners.

P.M. Lee: How?

Dr. Kissinger: By mining the ports.

P.M. Lee: There are still surface-to-surface missiles. I would like to take you two steps further. I am not a simplistic man, but the debunking of the domino theory is too simply put. If Thieu goes in the next two or three years and instability follows, the Thais are going to switch.

Dr. Kissinger: I agree.

P.M. Lee: The Thais will keep out of it. Look what they did with the Japanese in World War II—their government supported Japan, but there was an underground that supported you.

Dr. Kissinger: I agree.

P.M. Lee: Why is Thanat Khoman out and allowed to say these things? Thanom Kittikachoun and Praphat are committed to you. Don't let them lose confidence. They were very pleased that you followed Agnew on your visit, it boosted their confidence. They can do a lot for you if they think you will stand by them. On the other hand, they need not have to give away major considerations to reach an accommodation. Just look at their history, and you can understand their temptation to make a deal with the bigger fellow. The North Vietnamese, they know, are tough and near.

Dr. Kissinger: What about their Chinese minority?

P.M. Lee: Their Chinese minority are bourgeois, and their system allows for assimilation. Phote Sarasin is, I believe, half Chinese. Thanat Khoman is Thai by nationality but ethnically Chinese. The Chinese don't pose a problem to them. Their real problem is in Malaysia.

Dr. Kissinger: I have the impression that the Chinese want four states in Indochina and us in Asia until they can push us out. But they want to do the job, and not have others do it for them.

P.M. Lee: They don't want the North Vietnamese or the Russians.

Dr. Kissinger: That's right.

P.M. Lee: The Russians never let anything go. Russia still holds the four Kurile Islands, Japan has had much trouble over this for the past 27 years. After Thailand, then Malaysia. If the Thais switch, so will the Malays. The trouble is ethnic, with 40% non-Malays. In Malaya there is a resistance movement, which is just as tough as the Viet Minh: the MCP (Malayan Communist Party). During World War II they were willing to fight and die, and were not afraid of Japanese torture. One thousand five hundred of them at the border, and they are hard core.

Dr. Kissinger: Along the Thai border?

P.M. Lee: Yes. The Thais and Malays are waiting to see what happens. The terrorists are building up a logistical base, putting C-rations in metal drums and burying them. These will last for 10 years. The Malaysian government finds one, but there are four more not found. I don't want to sound alarmist, but you need to do some thinking before the crisis arrives. If you have some prior thinking, one can appreciate the situation more clearly.

Dr. Kissinger: In a crisis, will Indochina collapse?

P.M. Lee: No, but the Thais will switch if you do not give them confidence.

Dr. Kissinger: How do we give them confidence?

P.M. Lee: By making it known that you are not going to abandon them.

Dr. Kissinger: How do we go about this?

P.M. Lee: By a token presence there.

Dr. Kissinger: We will not remove our airbases. There is no chance in this Administration.

P.M. Lee: If that is so and they have that confidence...

Dr. Kissinger: We are now keeping airplanes there, but we are getting advice from our people there that our presence is generating anti-US feeling.

P.M. Lee: If you have them in large towns, yes, but not in the small towns. The Thais are a very pragmatic people. They like the good life and don't mind enjoying your PXs, the income generated from your bases, and the large spending. Be cautious in putting your people in highly built up areas...the bars and women are bad.

Dr. Kissinger: But the bars and women always follow them wherever they go.

P.M. Lee: It's not important if it's kept out of sight

Dr. Kissinger: We will keep most of our force in Thailand. I think that our successor will want to keep them on if all goes well.

P.M. Lee: I hope so. The critical thing is to avoid panic. Even if we don't panic, Hanoi and not China, may want to get you out of Southeast Asia. They may send supplies to the Malayan Communist party.

Dr. Kissinger: To the Malayan Communist Party operating in Thailand?

P.M. Lee: In Malaysia itself.

Dr. Kissinger: How does causing trouble in Malaysia get us out of Southeast Asia?

P.M. Lee: By making their movement respectable. If things get really bad, the Malays will call on the Indonesians for help, and this will cause a polarization between the Malays and the non-Malays with the respectable people among the non-Malays then opting for Communism. They would have no alternative.

Dr. Kissinger: What is the solution?

P.M. Lee: The solution is maintaining political and economic stability and providing security. We can help.

Dr. Kissinger: How? Do you have military forces?

P.M. Lee: I am not exactly defenseless. I can give them some help.

Dr. Kissinger: Do you mean that your forces and the Malay forces would join together in putting down the terrorists among the non-Malays?

P.M. Lee: That's right. This is what we had in mind in joining Malaysia in the first place, but their conservatives got the upper hand arid kicked us out.

Right now there is a real crisis between the Malays and the non-Malays. They are trying to control the education of the non-Malays, and three-quarters of the non-Malays have failed the Malay language examination. This is a very serious matter for them, because without a pass you can't go from primary school into middle school or from middle school into college. All of this builds resentment.

Dr. Kissinger: Will they make any concessions?

P.M. Lee: Not now.

Dr. Kissinger: With them could you suppress an insurrection?

P.M. Lee: No doubt about it.

Dr. Kissinger: I am sympathetic. If there is anything you can do to help stabilize the situation in the area, we will try to help you.

I would like to set up a channel to you with this place. I will designate some intelligence man who will have a direct channel to you, and then if you have something specific in mind will you feel free to get in touch with me through him?

P.M. Lee: Yes.

Dr. Kissinger: And can I ask things of you?

P.M. Lee: Yes, and we can bounce some ideas around.

Dr. Kissinger: I will designate some intelligence person. We don't do this sort of thing with very many others.

P.M. Lee: This is really a crucial period, it can never be the same again. The Vietnamese have to carry it on their own.

Dr. Kissinger: I agree. The longer we can keep it together, the better. All of this is essential. Therefore, I need people like you to help me. Speaking frankly, this is because I cannot always be perfectly informed.

P.M. Lee: If you think we are of value...

Dr. Kissinger: Very much.

P.M. Lee: I have one last passing thought: don't let the Indonesians think they can deal.

Dr. Kissinger: I haven't found that their precision of thought is outstanding.

P.M. Lee: They never have any concrete ideas.

Dr. Kissinger: They have never studied even moving two divisions.

P.M. Lee: That is the whole trouble; they will have to live off the land.

Dr. Kissinger: And how can they carry out such an enterprise?

P.M. Lee: We have thought how to do it, with transports. First, they would move to Sumatra, and then make a quick jump across the Straits of Malacca. It would be easy if friendly forces hold the landing area.

Dr. Kissinger: What do you think would happen if the Indonesians helped out?

P.M. Lee: Disaster, because you would present the non-Malays who don't want to be Communists with no option but to support them. Indonesia is 70% Javanese and they are different from the Malaysians. The Indonesian knows that he is a Javanese.

Dr. Kissinger: The Indonesians don't care much for guerrilla warfare.

P.M. Lee: No, but they have a thirst for extensive military power. It will be a useful experience for them to be on the supervisory team in Vietnam.

I don't want you to think that I believe all is dark.

Dr. Kissinger: No, I don't think you are neurotic. Your position requires realism. I know what you are saying. We want no major change and we want everything to go as slow as possible. We are willing to cooperate. Certainly before any drastic move in Indochina, you will contacted. Of great importance is Thailand. I will attach great importance to our new communications link. Although I am very busy, once I identify a problem I can move fast.

P.M. Lee: The crucial thing is not to have any crisis spring unexpectedly. It should be envisaged.

Dr. Kissinger: If one has to improvise a response he is in bad shape.

P.M. Lee: You have to get a contact man.

Dr. Kissinger: I will tell your Ambassador by early next week who he is to be.

P.M. Lee: I must be absolutely quiet, no leakage or else it would be counterproductive.

Dr. Kissinger: There is never a leak here. My staff may be incompetent, but they are loyal. Even our Ambassador will not know.


1 Source: National Archives, Nixon Presidential Materials, NSC Files, Box 1027, Presidential/HAK memcons, Folder 5, April–November 1975. Top Secret; Sensitive; Exclusively Eyes Only. The conversation took place in Kissinger’s Office. On August 4, 3:30–4:40 p.m., Lee and Kissinger met in a conference room at Kennedy International Airport in New York. A memorandum of conversation from their meeting, which mainly discussed affairs in Indochina, is ibid., folder 3.

US version Vietnam timeline and who's who.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Theme Song Anwar Ibrahim Sodomy II Trial

Following the latest updates on the resumed Anwar Ibrahim trial, Otis Redding's famous hit, started playing in my mind.

Thought the song would be an appropriate theme song for both sides.

(SITTIN' ON) THE DOCK OF THE BAY

Sittin' in the mornin' sun
I'll be sittin' when the evenin' come
Watching the ships roll in
And then I watch 'em roll away again, yeah

I'm sittin' on the dock of the bay
Watching the tide roll away
Ooo, I'm just sittin' on the dock of the bay
Wastin' time

I left my home in Georgia
Headed for the 'Frisco bay
'Cause I've had nothing to live for
And look like nothin's gonna come my way

So I'm just gonna sit on the dock of the bay
Watching the tide roll away
Ooo, I'm sittin' on the dock of the bay
Wastin' time

Look like nothing's gonna change
Everything still remains the same
I can't do what ten people tell me to do
So I guess I'll remain the same, yes

Sittin' here resting my bones
And this loneliness won't leave me alone
It's two thousand miles I roamed
Just to make this dock my home

Now, I'm just gonna sit at the dock of the bay
Watching the tide roll away
Oooo-wee, sittin' on the dock of the bay
Wastin' time

Thursday, August 18, 2011

KTM Komuter Taken




Wednesday 17 August @ about 6.45pm, Bank Negara Station. Note lady with pink/blue tudung at the side of sigboard in 1st pic. No way in. She is to the left of lady with hands on hip in 2nd pic. For the uninitiated what you see is boarding on to the ladies coach. Click pics to enlarge














As mentioned in my previous post, 1 set of a six coach EMU is expected to arrive next month.

1 unit would hardly alleviate the present mad rush day in and out, to and fro.

That is why I uttered "some comfort".

Also, impacting relief for long suffering commuters*, will not be immediate. (See issues being addressed below)
"We will need about three months for testing and commissioning, but subsequent trains will take a month to be ready."
Of course by year end, the pushing and shoving should be a thing of the past, hope springs eternal.

When all the coaches arrive by next year, critical issues of maintenance and repair problems of the past must not be repeated, lest we end up at our present predicament, not to mention more loss of taxpayer's money.

Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) president, Dr Aminuddin Adnan, says these critical issues will be addressed.

A positive step on the right track.

In the mean time let's hope services are not disrupted too often. Especially in this fasting month.

For the moment what I can suggest is KTM Komuter to keep commuters constantly updated and informed accurately at all stations, the status not only of the current arriving train but also the next train following that.

It would allow commuters to decide for alternatives to their intended destination and Muslims to break their fast.

By the way, do you know that you can get a refund if you did not get on the train. You can, in the two dreadful Fridays I wrote about, a refund was made.

Unintentionally but coincidently today is another Friday.

Okay folks, getting back to the matter at hand. My previous KTM Komuter woes post, I had alluded to asset stripping.

In order for that to happen, it would mean party or parties keen on an interest in KTM Komuter.

Is this a prelude of it happening?

The MAS/AirAsia share swap having being put under the microscope, radar, scrutiny et al, the matter of Malay pride as being at stake was not lost in numerous discourse.

And with that I would like to end, in more ways than one,

Keretapi Tanah Melayu Komuter is being Taken......for granted.

Don't.

*



Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Tony Pua-Can Talk Cock Don't Act Big Part 2

Philosophy Politics Economics
"But now, I've sold my shares in the company. Could I have obtained more from such a sale had I waited for another year or two or more as the company rides the upturn? Yes, most likely so. But life really isn't just about making more money."
"Before joining politics full-time in January 2007, I was the CEO and founder of a Malaysian IT company, publicly listed in Singapore. I divested all my shares in the company to be able to serve the community and take part in socio-political affairs of Malaysia."-Tony Pua, February 08, 2007
Waaaah!

Such a grandiose title for Tony "Tompel" Pua, economic whizz kid extraordinaire, blogsite.

And such a principled personality.

Yah, yah, Tompel Tony gives an explanation for his failed misadventure in Singapore.
"We faced the economic repercussions of the September 11 tragedy, followed by the pan-Asian SARS epidemic as well as the tech bust."
Or really?

1st Year 2001

Turnover SD 2,890,680
Admin/Other Operating Expense SD 1,496,229
Nett Profit SD 22,514

2nd Year 2002

Turnover SD 5,004,114
Admin/Other Operating Expense SD 5,614,447
Nett Loss SD 3,781,050

3rd Year 2003

Turnover SD 4,020,277
Admin/Other Operating Expense SD 3,249,198
Nett Loss SD 4,756,474

4th Year 2004

Turnover SD 4,729,135
Admin/Other Operating Expense SD 4,370,727
Nett Loss SD 5,645,182

5th Year 2005

Turnover SD 2,625,514
Admin/Other Operating Expense SD 3,804,936
Nett Loss SD 7,921,346

6th Year 2006

Turnover SD 5,613,133
Admin/Other Operating Expense SD 2,855,096
Nett Loss SD 8,671,292

Cyber Village Holdings Ltd Annual Report 2006
In forming our unqualified opinion, we draw attention to Note 2 to the financial statements, where it is stated that as at the financial year ended 31 December 2006, the Company's current liabilities exceeded its current assets by $498,221 and for the year the Group incurred a loss of $749,946. These factors indicate the existence of an uncertainty which may cast doubt as to whether the Group and the Company are able to continue as going concerns.

NEXIA TAN & SITOH
Certified Public Accountants
Singapore
24 March 2007

Then read this Singapore Economic Survey Series on the Services Sector 2001-2006.

Also here for Main Activities of Information and Communication Sevices.


Not only does the Tompel hoodwink, also talk cock and talk big.

PS

Tompel is ardent admirer of another Tony.

Maybe the special one, of aviation fame, could give Tompel a stint as CEO or Financial Advisor to MAS.

Aiyoh have to stop. Laugh so much..stomach pain already. Aiyoh.



Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Tony Pua-Can Talk Cock But Don't Act Big

Ah! Tony "Tompel" Pua, the IT premature ejaculation cum economic whizz kid or shall I say DAP wish kid.

The DAP convert, a pompous, opportunist, condescending and ungrateful rat all rolled into one.

Cyber Village does MSC proud
"Three critical reasons come to mind," he says. "First, foreign clients are more inclined to do business with a Singapore listed company. Second, IPOs are currently a hot item in Singapore so it's a good time to capitalise, whereas sentiment on Mesdaq is still very weak with poor liquidity. Finally, there are restrictions pertaining to the use of proceeds from a Mesdaq IPO.
Money, money, money. Give me, give me, give me.
"They should view this in a positive light. It is something for them to be proud of, that at least one MSC-status company has managed to beat the odds and proven them right. And if I can do it, others can too. Personally, for me, I wanted Cyber Village to be the first MSC company to have its IPO on a foreign stock exchange and that itself is an accomplishment."
Oh really?

Guess he forgot to mention MSC benefits.
Why should your company have MSC Malaysia Status?
The MSC Malaysia Status benefits ICT and ICT facilitated businesses through a host of privileges that entail world class services and infrastructure as well as financial incentives

Guided by the Malaysia's Promotion of Investment Act (PIA) 1986, amended 1997, MSC Malaysia-Status companies, institutions or faculties may enjoy the following financial incentives:

A brief description of the Malaysian statutory framework for intellectual property protection and cyberlaws is as follows:

Pioneer Status - 100% exemption from taxable statutory income. This incentive is granted for a period of 5 years for the first round.

A 100% Investment Tax Allowance (ITA).

Eligibility for R&D grants (for majority Malaysian ownership MSC Malaysia- Status companies)

Freedom to source capital and borrow funds globally.

Duty-Free Importation of multimedia equipment (DFI).
Cyber Village Holdings Ltd was listed on the SESDAQ 24 August 2001.

From annual reports, within 4 years 2005 shareholders equity was almost wiped out.

By 2006 Tony Tony quite contrary was already eating crow.
Key Markets

Malaysia

The revenue contribution from Malaysia increased significantly from $2.11 million to $5.21 million, as the performance of the Malaysian operations improved substantially. In addition, the Malaysian operations also returned to profitability at $107,000 compared to losses of $1.6 million in 2005.

We expect our Malaysian business to continue to contribute substantially to the Group based on the number and size of the marketing prospects we have in hand at this point of time. The Group has been successful in penetrating large private sector business corporations and semi-government organisations in the recent years and has proven to be the leading e-business solutions specialist in the country.
As I recall, "First, foreign clients are more inclined to do business with a Singapore listed company."
Singapore

With the steps taken in FY2005 and FY2006 to restructure our operations in Singapore by reducing its size and operational costs, and focusing only on our existing maintenance contracts, losses were reduced from $913,000 in FY2005 to $368,000 in FY2006. We expect the contribution of the Singapore oprations to remain minimal relative to Malaysia for the over all Group.
Yes Tony, do as I say not as I do, Pua. Salary still SingDinging 120,000.00 in 2006 as in 2005. Has this guy no shame?

Guess you don't want to tell Malaysians the plain bald truth, huh Tony.

You made it with MSC crutches.

Within 4 years of SESDAQing in 2005, inherent of like thinking DAP blame game being 2nd class citizens, you started whining about your Key Market, Singapore.
"The e-business solutions environment in Singapore remains cloudy and is not expected to improve for Cyber Village who is perceived as a 2nd tier solution provider. This is because many Singapore government-linked IT companies - such as NCS, SCS, SNS etc. dominate and crowd out the local market, despite most making losses. In addition, the margins for IT projects with the Singapore government - the largest IT consumer - continues to be razor thin given the extremely competitive environment, where many IT and software companies sacrifice margins for cash flow to survive. As a result, our Singapore operations have continued to remain loss making in the previous financial year."
But in Singapore same difference ball game, yes or not?

And the ungrateful rat that you are, who helped you out?

That year in Malaysia,
"The Group has been successful in penetrating large private sector business corporations and semi-government organisations in recent years and has proven to be the leading e-business solutions specialist in the country. The more than satisfactory performance of our professional services teams at some of our existing large clients such as Bumiputera Commerce Bank Berhad, Tan Chong Motors Holdings Berhad, Bank Negara Malaysia and BonusKad Loyalty Sdn Bhd have resulted in repeat businesses in the current financial year, FY2006."
And in 2006,
"Our flagship product at the moment, iBankStar (TM) Internet Banking system has been successfully installed in two of the largest banks in Malaysia, CIMB Bank as well as Hong Leong Bank."
By the time Tony bailed out early 2007, Cyber Village had accumulated losses of SD 8,671,292 in 2006 and when Koyotech finally took over in 2009, it's share capital and reserves amounted to SD 15,171,974 while it's accumulated losses totalled SD 11,824,752, that's 78% of it's total equity lost in cyberspace.

Now you want to act big.

More of Tony "Tompel" Pua here.

Addendum 6.19 pm

DAP Economic/IT wish kid.
Officially announce to the media my official entry into the Democratic Action Party and my appointment as the Economic Advisor to the DAP Secretary-General, Sdr Lim Guan Eng.

"As the economic advisor to the Secretary-General, it will be my responsibility to extend my assistance to the party in analysing the Malaysian economy in a global context, as well as formulating financial and economic policies."

Cannot even manage a puny company, with definite naiveté of business in a nearby Singapore, has the gall to talk in the "global context". Certainly experienced enough to formulate failed "financial and economic" policies.

Another ROFLMAO...of epic proportion.

Friday, August 12, 2011

Any Takers For KTM Komuter?



All the attention is on the MAS/AIR ASIA marriage of convenience, here I am stuck at KL Sentral waiting for the train to move.

This fucking service under the MCA tainted Ministry of Transport, has gone from shit to commuters eating shit.

I always had this very strong suspicion that there are elements within KTM Komuter who are deliberately making services deplorable for the users to hate the Govt.

Today is another fiasco and I am blogging at KL Sentral and the situation is fucked up.

Update 13 August

I apologise if my post title was inappropriate and no offence is meant to staff of KTM Komuter. I am referring to the horrible service. I have taken out the offensive word.

Here's the actual experience yesterday.

There was an electrical problem announced somewhere along the line, too angry to recall exactly where.

With that from my original at Bank Negara station to get home to Kepong, bought a ticket and headed to Mid-Valley Station, which I would sometimes do to avoid the rushing and pushing to get on board whenever there is a problem that would entail a longer wait.

The train stopped at the KL Station for more than 10 minutes and I proceeded to call the KTM call center, which I will normally do if the train stopped for more than the normal period of time.

I was informed of the technical problem but I asked why the train was not moving.

About five minutes after that call the train moved to the next station, KL Sentral.

Again the train waited for more than 15 minutes at which time I called the call center again. This time I suggested that the internal train announcement should inform passengers of any delay.

That was when I started to do this post on my Tab.

Five minutes after that, the internal train announcement informed everyone to disembark as the train was not proceeding.

Immediately coming out of the train I took these pictures.

While still blogging, there was a station announcement that the same train was making a U-turn going to Rawang from the same platform 6.

Okay, at least I could get back on that same train to head home.

Now, my daughter who works at Bangsar would normally be at KL Sentral at that time. I called and she was there on the opposite platform.

I told to come over to my side of the platform.

The train doors were closed and we waited. All of a sudden the train just went off.

I then went to the station manager's office, the second time in a week, this same scenario happened the week before.

I can tell you that most of the time, delays most often happen on Fridays.

But this is the second week in a row, on a Friday, a serious disruption of service has taken place.

I informed a staff, En Zahiruddin, that what was being announced was not accurate, the reason for my anxiety and anger.

The staff there, as in the previous week, I must say are always accommodating and courteous but are not in synch with actual happenings. I cannot fathom why.

I will post at another time, what I expressed and transpired last week at the station manager's office.

You see, for me there is no problem. I will take the LRT to Bangsar. I will always call my bro in-law at Bangsar to pick me up at the Bangsar LRT station and my wife to pick me up later.

But for fuck sake, what of those heading home to Rawang or Seremban.

Normal gridlock and delays are the norm but at this puasa month? What about Muslims needing to break their fast?

More later.

Update 14 August

As reported in the Star, 25 July.
"Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB) will receive its first set of six-car Electric Multiple Unit (EMU) trains in September while another five sets would be shipped by year-end, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha."
Some comfort!

From some material gathered for a post I am considering on KTM Komuter, the above report (states that all 38 sets will be delivered by next year, 2012) and that KTM Komuter is a profitable entity, brings about interesting queries.

Will KTM Komuter be stripped off KTM Bhd, ala Idris Jala MAS, once all the sets have been delivered?

Will there then be takers for KTM Komuter?

Possibilities, scenarios and opportunities are endless, don't you think.

Bank Negara Amerika Syarikat Revisited-Ben Bernanke Tells Everyone At Neighborhood Bar How Screwed U.S. Economy Really Is











When Drunken (Federal Reserve Chairman) Ben Bernanke Tells Everyone At Neighborhood Bar How Screwed U.S. Economy Really Is, it's worthwhile pun not intended, to visit Bank Negara Amerika Syarikat.


Heck, even the FED says its complcated!

"One of the functions that the United States Congress charged the Federal Reserve System with in 1913 was guiding monetary policy. Now, it is certainly the Fed's most famous responsibility. Yet few people really understand how it is that the Fed guides the nation's economy. And there's good reason for that — it's complicated!"





Even the Chinese and Russians don't trust the greenback.




Don't know whether it's another drunk History Supreme hoax.

No rebuttal found but how credible can you get when that incredulous meddler's messenger news portal puts that story along side others. Go figure.

Update 3.15pm

Well it's no serious matter. When in doubt rely on wiki.

The Malaysia Insider- What a Load of Rubbish

The Malaysian Insider carries or rather foot it's columns with this disclaimer
* This is the personal opinion of the writer or publication. The Malaysian Insider does not endorse the view unless specified

And when it doesn't, it means TMI is expressing it's position on an issue, by it's editorial.

Yesterday, "What a load of rubbish — The Malaysian Insider" is absolutely apt - to describe it's entire content.

At the very first line TMI gives a self appraisal and condemns the entire column to the rubbish dump.
"It does seem like honesty is a rare commodity in Malaysia"
Yes, I can vouch for The Malaysia Insider's honesty and integrity here or here.

This is honesty?
"Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Khalid Abu Bakar is rewriting history."

I post the Deputy IGP's quotes from TMI's own report.
"we are able to avoid these scary and tragic scenes from erupting here in our beloved country"
"These are the nightmares that we are fighting hard to avoid and prevent Street protest should always be avoided as we will never know what it can turn into"
"peace loving Malaysians will understand rights to assemble must always be balanced with Public Order"

And with that the Deputy IGP has "rewritten" history?

How correct,"It does seem like honesty is a rare commodity in Malaysia", at TMI.

I'd rather the TMI had titled that piece "In Defence of BULLSHIT BERSIH".

Friday, August 5, 2011

John Malott, Anwar Ibrahim and the Neocon Connections

The meddler who once called our country racist, is now taking the mantle from the Anwar hijacked BERSIH, insinuating our elections are not free and fair.

See my previous post.

I have always wondered, why this unflinching support for the ex-convict, Anwar Ibrahim.

Who actually is John Raymond Malott?

We all know he was the Ambassador, under the Clinton administration from 1995-1998.

Career diplomat now managing director for lobbyist consultancy firm ManattJones Global Strategies, LLC. His resume here is impressive.

His family from Senate records:

1. Spouse: Hiroko Malott

2. Children: David Malott, Rumi Malott

3. Parents: Raymond Malott, Marian Malott

4. Brothers and Spouses: Merle Barber and Linda Barber (stepbrother). Tom and Marsha Barber. Donald Malott.

5. Sisters and Spouses: Ruth Ann and William Henline. Kathryn and Maury Wulbrecht. Mary Jane and Harold McQueen. Margaret and Gordon Reuben.

He is also Ambassador-at-Large for The World Affairs Council of Orange County
That's Orange County, California -- a thriving international economic and cultural center -- and the home of the World Affairs Council of Orange County. Orange County is going global!
Orange County in California.

Elections since 1992 in California have all voted Democrats.

But Orange County is a Republican stronghold!

It drew me to William Cohen, Defense Secretary a Republican, in a Democratic Clinton administration.

See how the Anwarista strenuously defends the ex-con and William Cohen (Malaysiakini link inaccessible), "Anwar was never an American spy", receiving the then Deputy Prime Minister, Anwar Ibrahim.
When high-ranking foreign visitors come to visit the Defence Minister, they are given military honours. When US Secretary of Defense Bill Cohen visited then-Defence Minister Syed Hamid in 1998, he was given full military honours. Does this make Bill Cohen a "Malaysian spy"?

When Anwar visited the Pentagon on April 16, 1998, he came as deputy prime minister, and was accorded "a full honours arrival". There was nothing unusual about this, a point that the US Defense Department's Protocol Office has confirmed.

And who is William Cohen? Stuart Wilde discloses the usual suspects with some familiar Anwar acquaintances,
Watch now for the American media to roll out William W. Cohen, Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz, Douglas Feith, Elliot Abrams, and the usual gang of merry-makers. Feith told the Jerusalem Post that the attack on Iran could not be ruled out. Meaning, I suppose, it is definitely ruled in. I’m sure that went down well with readers in Jerusalem. The only reason for America to attack Iran is to help Israel.
Coming back to Orange County and Ed Royce

This is Ed Royce,
"U.S. Representative Ed Royce (R) is serving his tenth term in Congress representing Southern California's 40th District, based in Orange County. He and his wife, Marie, are longtime residents of Fullerton, CA."
Ed Royce votes on Iraq and War on Terror.
Ed Royce Voted YES on declaring Iraq part of War on Terror with no exit date. (Jun 2006) Voted YES on approving removal of Saddam & valiant service of US troops. (Mar 2004)Voted YES on authorizing military force in Iraq. (Oct 2002).
Ed Royce is also a member of the Tea Party Caucus.

The Americans Against The Tea Party in an article writes how the "Neocons Fume Over US Boat to Gaza"

And the dark side of Ed Royce, "Republican congressmen join Islamophobic hate rally in California."
"Congressman Ed Royce (R-40), in a troubling trend of disparaging Islam and its followers, added fuel to the fire by encouraging protesters to continue on with their hate-mongering."

Rather strange when one considers this media release by The Human Rights Foundation of the Oslo Forum,
"The event is hosted by Senator Sam Brownback and is cosponsored by members of Congress including Senator Barbara Boxer and Representatives Frank Wolf, Chris Smith, Joseph Cao, Gerald Connolly, Ed Royce, Dana Rohrabacher, James Moran, Zoe Lofgren, and Loretta Sanchez."

But none too strange when again the usual suspects keep turning up,
"Anderson and HRF's Sarah Wasserman will be joined at the ceremony and the subsequent “Internet Freedom in Asia” seminar by senior representatives of the AFL-CIO, the America Asia Initiative, Amnesty International USA, Freedom Now, Hope Radio Network, Human Rights Watch, Initiative for China, the National Endowment for Democracy, and Radio Free Asia."

Yes, that NED again.

NED and the CIA by Philip Agee.

The Human Rights Foundation has it's credibility gap.*
"The Human Rights Foundation (HRF), the organization that produces the Oslo Freedom Forum, has been described by the Cuban state media as a CIA front, labeled "imperialist" by the Ecuadorean president, and declared "enemies of the state" by the Venezuelan propaganda machine. Rather than addressing criticism head-on, the method is to shoot the messenger."
Wait, wait. There's another usual suspect,
"It has included the participation of human rights heroes such as Vaclav Havel, Lubna al-Hussein, Anwar Ibrahim, Rebiya Kadeer, Greg Mortenson, Armando Valladares, Lech Walesa, Elie Wiesel, Lidia Yusupova, Harry Wu, and Leyla Zana."

Some may or may not recall Ed Royce not unlike the meddler support for Anwar in Sodomy I,
Membantah sekeras-kerasnya campurtangan sekumpulan tujuh (7) orang ahli kongres Amerika Syarikat – Chris Smith (New Jersey), Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Florida), Robert Wexler (Florida), Tom Lantos (California), Dana Rohrabacher (California), Ed Royce (California) dan Niel Abercrombie (Hawaii) yang menfailkan satu resolusi pada 21 Oktober 2000 di Dewan Perwakilan Amerika Syarikat untuk mendesak supaya Kerajaan Malaysia menggugurkan semua tuduhan terhadap Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim atau mengadakan perbicaraan baru"

You would be asking by now what has all this to do with the meddler, Malott?

Well, as the Americans like to say, I followed the money trail...

This is what I uncovered, California (CA) Political Contributions by Individuals,
"Mr. John R. Malott (World Affairs Council/CEO), (Zip code: 92677) $250 to ED ROYCE FOR CONGRESS on 06/27/01"

By the way, if you are wondering why is it the WSJ bothers to carry the meddler's diatribes, well maybe it's because the WSJ shares somebody both Malott and the WSJ support.

I followed the money trail again.

You guessed it, to head Financial Services Commiittee, the WSJ endorsed(link problem, it's also here) Ed Royce,
"We think the best choice to run Financial Services is California Republican Ed Royce, who was right all along about Fannie and Freddie."
Lastly, Mr Malott meddler extraordinaire, can you please explain to all Malaysians, whom you care so much about, why you support Ed Royce, an American Congressman shown to be anti-Islamic and a war monger?

* Article written by Thor Halvorssen Mendoza founder of HRF, son of Thor Halvorssen Hellum. NED here and HRF here, here and here.

John Malott and Anwar Ibrahim - Tick, Tock. Tick, Tock.

Aaaand action!

WSJ "The Price of Malaysia's Racism" By John R Malott,
8 February 2011.

The Star, "Anwar’s sodomy trial to continue from Feb 14 to March 25"

Right on cue.

Two pronged mind you.

Meddler extraordinaire and Anwar Ibrahim pet friend, former embarassodour his ex-cellency Jon Malott, has come out with another howler.

Malaysiakini "An open letter to PM Najib" John Malott 31 July 2011

MySinChew "Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim will take the stand in his sodomy trial on Aug 8"

Talk about long campaign, this coming Monday August 8, the trial will have been dragged 3 years to the day.

"Anwar had pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court on Aug 7, 2008, to committing carnal intercourse against the order of nature, at Condominium Desa Damansara in Bukit Damansara, between 3.10pm and 4.30pm on June 26 the same year"

On track for the next GE.

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Smart fellow this meddler choosing Malaysiakini. Or is it smart WSJ and dumb Malaysiakini, with this open letter to Malott, how ludicrous the demands requests are.

WSJ should know,

"In Kansas, 221 incidents of voter fraud were reported between 1997 and 2010. The crimes included absentee-ballot fraud, impersonation of another voter, and a host of other violations. Because voter fraud is extremely difficult to detect and is usually not reported, the cases that we know about likely represent a small fraction of the total."

and even Malott's other diversion "Running Scared in Malaysia", the WSJ seem to have qualified the ex-cellency and ex-con's pet friend,

"Who would win elections in Malaysia that truly are free and fair? The U.S. State Department reports that despite the many election irregularities during the 2008 elections, "most observers concluded they did not substantially alter the results." But unless the electoral reforms that Bersih is calling for are made, we will never know."


Sigh, the draMalott and dreaMalott. Another ROFLMAO.

Akan datang Malott and Anwar connection.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Oon Yeoh - Blogger Reports On The Writerer Part 2

Update

Dear Mr Oon DAP acolyte Yeoh,

This is the "innocent" mom who ptuiweeted her "thoughts" courtesy her own blog post. Very innocent language, yes?

"I mean, don’t you have enough of those nice things in real life? Why would you want to read something that you see everyday or encounter in your daily life?

And why would I want to write about them, when it is the norm? So, if I am going to spend a few minutes at my laptop and spew stuffs on this blog, it has to be something that is not the usual. Nowadays, I don’t have much time. Once upon a time, if the idea strikes me, I will blog. Now, I am paid to do a 8-5 job and I do that, and nothing more.

Sometimes, I do have things I want to rant but I have to limit it to 140 characters. (Twitter allows only that many characters, alphabets and spaces are counted one by one) My creative mind usually can summarise them in one sweet Tweet."

The name of her blog, The Obnoxious 5xmom sums it all.

Will screen capture later.

Er, Madam Obnoxious please don't delete post, ok. No point what. Police got your Mac.

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Part 1 Yesterday


What is it with the the mainstream print media nowadays, the English language ones at least.

I stopped buying the New Straits Times a long time ago, way before they went tabloid. The Star? Well, Suara Tungku Abdul Razak is no more without fear or favour.

Which brings me to the The Sun Daily, if I can call it mainstream, and the DAP sycophant, Oon Yeoh.

His latest piece of infantile and futile tai chi, to justify the actions of a devious devout Christian radical in the guise of an innocent mom, shows the quality of journalists/writers the print MSM now engages.

Yes, yes. These MSM publishers will decorate the articles, fittingly this one at the foot, to note the writer's credentials, to give an air of credibility.

This young ciku DAP fanboy, in the facade of whatever his credentials would as much as possible allow, try his level best but will always fail to hide his true favour and in the process, succeeds only in affirming his childish mendacity.

More air than credibility.

How else can you explain such rubbish,

"It's also worth noting that Chan did not use a yellow badge on her Twitter avatar which symbolises support for Bersih."

and

"This kind of follow up only serves to alienate the web-savvy generation, which increasingly relies on new media and social media – not old media and not even blogs, which they consider old hat – for its news, views and information."

When he writes for the oldest. The print media.

Then again it's quite convenient for you though, no?

Then the old unsavvy-web foggies like me will not be able to expose and would not care a damn of what the foreign, hegemonist CIA funded SUARAM has to say.
























NED and the CIA by Philip Agee.

Never mind that,

"..Chan's computer and modem have been seized. Penang Suaram coordinator Ong Ching Jeng has criticised the action as "overzealous" and another step towards restricting freedom of speech."

See how stupid and draMalottic this CIA funded NGO spokesman can be. Just like the loony Susan of the same CIA funded Malaysiakini.

The "innocent" mom of four is lucky not to have spent a night or two at Kamunting.

And now it's new and old media?

Yup, I am indeed not one of his "web-savvy generation" relying on new media.

I blog.

Let's come to the crux of his tripe.

The same old blah blah right to free expression and the new/social media and other watyamacallit media free to post, whenever and whatever you like.

Throwing in, actions being the cliched pro-Govt initiated, for good measure.

This is what I did prior to posting, to make and confirm a point. I just googled "fuck BN facebook" and what do you know. There is one!

My point? Do I care? No.

Alright. I googled "fuck Christianity facebook" Yes, its there too. But you don't want to get there. It fucked every other religion as well.

But hold on. I then googled "fuck Christianity facebook malaysia". The first link appearing is...

The Count To 10000000 Christians In Malaysia.! | Facebook
www.facebook.com/...To...Christians...Malaysia/132338510121689 - CachedSimilar
The Count To 10000000 Christians In Malaysia.! Wall · Info · Photos · Discussions .... Jackie Bambarayon Fuck 1malaysia! July 24 at 10:53pm ...











Yes, brothers and sisters in Christ, please be of the new "web-savvy generation" for a "new" Christian evangelism. I digress.

Do I still care? No.

The whole point is that this "innocent" mom of four "coincidentally" asked thought her Christian brethren shud (sic) march for all the persecution to her Lord! At the height of the much hyped and combustible but discredited in the old media blogosphere, call to march bastard entity, BERSIH.

Tony Yew has explained his reason for the police report, if this friend of Unker Lim cared to at least consider.

I applaud Tony.

Need I mention Anders Behring Breivik?

But if I made a report, it would be also to rid my Catholic Church of the leeching and exploiting opposition, who have infiltrated and are using my church for their political agenda.

Mr Yeoh, your kung fu is so Wang Yu.

"For example, where in the sentence does she mention "Bersih"? She said Christians should march. She didn't say when and where. She didn't even identify the "they" in the sentence. She certainly didn't mention "BN" or "the government"."

Who are you trying to kid, Mr Yeoh?

"And what is it exactly that this mother of four – who happens to do contract videography work for the Penang government – tweeted that is so seditious?"

Leave the kung fu spinning to your more Donny Yen fellow professional DAP politicians.

You can impress your "web-savvy generation".

You don't and never impress me.

In fact, I exposed you for the hypocrite you are, a closet die hard, DAP satay fanning, Jeff Ooi admiring piece of BERSHIT bullshit.

By the way, I googled "Malaysia investigates mother of four for seditious tweet" just to see your assertion of it's implied implication.

You were right.

It's there for all and sundry, the first link, your little piece of crap.

That's all.

Unsavvy-web old foggie like me did not bother to look further.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Oon Yeoh - Blogger Reports On The Writerer

What is it with the the mainstream print media nowadays, the English language ones at least.

I stopped buying the New Straits Times a long time ago, way before they went tabloid. The Star? Well, Suara Tungku Abdul Razak is no more without fear or favour.

Which brings me to the The Sun Daily, if I can call it mainstream, and the DAP sycophant, Oon Yeoh.

His latest piece of infantile and futile tai chi, to justify the actions of a devious devout Christian radical in the guise of an innocent mom, shows the quality of journalists/writers the print MSM now engages.

Yes, yes. These MSM publishers will decorate the articles, fittingly this one at the foot, to note the writer's credentials, to give an air of credibility.

This young ciku DAP fanboy, in the facade of whatever his credentials would as much as possible allow, try his level best but will always fail to hide his true favour and in the process, succeeds only in affirming his childish mendacity.

More air than credibility.

How else can you explain such rubbish,

"It's also worth noting that Chan did not use a yellow badge on her Twitter avatar which symbolises support for Bersih."

and

"This kind of follow up only serves to alienate the web-savvy generation, which increasingly relies on new media and social media – not old media and not even blogs, which they consider old hat – for its news, views and information."

When he writes for the oldest. The print media.

Then again it's quite convenient for you though, no?

Then the old unsavvy-web foggies like me will not be able to expose and would not care a damn of what the foreign, hegemonist CIA funded SUARAM has to say.
























NED and the CIA by Philip Agee.

Never mind that,

"..Chan's computer and modem have been seized. Penang Suaram coordinator Ong Ching Jeng has criticised the action as "overzealous" and another step towards restricting freedom of speech."

See how stupid and draMalottic this CIA funded NGO spokesman can be. Just like the loony Susan of the same CIA funded Malaysiakini.

The "innocent" mom of four is lucky not to have spent a night or two at Kamunting.

And now it's new and old media?

Yup, I am indeed not one of his "web-savvy generation" relying on new media.

I blog.

Let's come to the crux of his tripe.

The same old blah blah right to free expression and the new/social media and other watyamacallit media free to post, whenever and whatever you like.

Throwing in, actions being the cliched pro-Govt initiated, for good measure.

This is what I did prior to posting, to make and confirm a point. I just googled "fuck BN facebook" and what do you know. There is one!

My point? Do I care? No.

Alright. I googled "fuck Christianity facebook" Yes, its there too. But you don't want to get there. It fucked every other religion as well.

But hold on. I then googled "fuck Christianity facebook malaysia". The first link appearing is...

The Count To 10000000 Christians In Malaysia.! | Facebook
www.facebook.com/...To...Christians...Malaysia/132338510121689 - CachedSimilar
The Count To 10000000 Christians In Malaysia.! Wall · Info · Photos · Discussions .... Jackie Bambarayon Fuck 1malaysia! July 24 at 10:53pm ...











Yes, brothers and sisters in Christ, please be of the new "web-savvy generation" for a "new" Christian evangelism. I digress.

Do I still care? No.

The whole point is that this "innocent" mom of four "coincidentally" asked thought her Christian brethren shud (sic) march for all the persecution to her Lord! At the height of the much hyped and combustible but discredited in the old media blogosphere, call to march bastard entity, BERSIH.

Tony Yew has explained his reason for the police report, if this friend of Unker Lim cared to at least consider.

I applaud Tony.

Need I mention Anders Behring Breivik?

But if I made a report, it would be also to rid my Catholic Church of the leeching and exploiting opposition, who have infiltrated and are using my church for their political agenda.

Mr Yeoh, your kung fu is so Wang Yu.

"For example, where in the sentence does she mention "Bersih"? She said Christians should march. She didn't say when and where. She didn't even identify the "they" in the sentence. She certainly didn't mention "BN" or "the government"."

Who are you trying to kid, Mr Yeoh?

"And what is it exactly that this mother of four – who happens to do contract videography work for the Penang government – tweeted that is so seditious?"

Leave the kung fu spinning to your more Donny Yen fellow professional DAP politicians.

You can impress your "web-savvy generation".

You don't and never impress me.

In fact, I exposed you for the hypocrite you are, a closet die hard, DAP satay fanning, Jeff Ooi admiring piece of BERSHIT bullshit.

By the way, I googled "Malaysia investigates mother of four for seditious tweet" just to see your assertion of it's implied implication.

You were right.

It's there for all and sundry, the first link, your little piece of crap.

That's all.

Unsavvy-web old foggie like me did not bother to look further.

Monday, August 1, 2011

Selamat Berpuasa

Wishing all Muslims a happy and complete obligation of fasting in this holy Ramadan month.