Thursday, July 31, 2008
4 friends are sitting around having lunch. A friend of a friend walks in and says hello to one of them who then introduces that man as a Policeman from SB. Mr SB proceeds to sit and chat, and in that conversation, 'informs' the table of four that he had in fact participated in the investigations of a certain Politician who is being investigated for sodomy. He shares 'details' that includes the original Police report that he coincidentally carried with him on his way to see his boss. He also shares details of a particular Doctor who has been interrogated because a particular prescription that the good doctor prepared was contradictory to the Police investigations. Mr SB kindly excuses himself after a phone call, and leaves.
Now, what do you take of this hypothetical scenario?
1. Even if Mr SB shares these 'details', does it really mean that it should be taken as fact?
2. Is it right in the first place for this Mr SB to share these 'details'?
3. What should the 4 people do?
4. What happens if one of them is a blogger?
5. Given the many swirling 'whispers of the wind' should one add this to the many?
Monday, July 28, 2008
Some two years back, while we w ere in the midst of this law suit and that termination, a family friend loaned me compact car which was very nice of him, seeing that I had to move around. I had this car for 2 months, and it really helped a lot. It also started a 'car game' whenever my kids (who were 6, 5 and 2 then) got in, and would call out 'snap' as soon as they saw a similar looking compact, in this case a Kelisa (limited edition with yellow and black top). This game caught on and till this day, my kids still do the same thing and it kinds of keep them occupied whenever they are in the car (having a car full of kids going this and that can be two ear full!).
One day, when it was parked outside our house, a truck (presumably) grazed the rear door, and made a gaping hole. Fortunately it affected only the rear passenger door. I could not bring myself to tell the owner, and I had the whole door replaced! I returned the car soon after mine got out from the workshop (actually it could have gotten out earlier, but I had to save enough to pay them!) and never said a word to him about it.
I felt kind of guilty but wasn't so sure I wanted to relate this to my 300 odd readers!
But I have to give it a try right? After all, its not every day you can tell a secret and get one in return? Right?
p.s...got a secret to tell? Ask me why....email me! QUICK! There's only one week left...
Saturday, July 26, 2008
MAS went on a PR campaign soon after to improve its public image including a string of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) programmes. For all that they are potraying, they have yet to 'do the right' thing as far as 3 former stewardesses are concerned (more on this to follow).
In the coming week, Audra Denise Atkinson will have her case completed by submission to the Industrial Court. After that, I will highlight the injustices the crew has had to endure in the most recent of times. Including working below 'ideal' numbers, which means that on your flight in and out of Kuala Lumpur, you may have to endure a drop in inflight service.
A current crew member told me that they have now resorted to 'self service' during flight as the crew were simply 'overworked' (having to fly through seven different time zones with a 24 rest stop out of base). In my time as a crew, we got 72 hours out of base, expecially on 'long haul' flights which normally lasted 16 and a half Hours (13 hour flight with 2 hours before and 1.5 hours after flight as 'official duty' periods.
Perhaps, Idris Jala should take another look at his 'placing importance' in Human Resources' strategy? After all, how many truely Internationally accepted corporations would put out their female staff who have had 3 children out of job (before 2005)?
What do you think?
Thursday, July 24, 2008
Mercedes Benz are not local made Proton Perdanas, PERIOD!
Sack the bugger who went against orders! And make them pay for it!
This is what we call leakages, Mr Prime Minister. And stop atanding around taking photos with Junior champions, you have a country to run (or have you forgotten already?)
This cockermamie BS has to stop! Why does every one of your goons in your government think that they can get away with this kind of wanton wastage of valuable resources?
Why do they need 'you to tell them' when there is already a standing order?
Next, the gardener will want you to tell hinm to sweep the garden before he start works....
The Star reported that the Mercs will be used after all.........Only in Malaysia, you can get away with this kind of BS!
And if you did not noticed, The Star saw it fit to take print a photo of a 'well used' Perdana.
Ohhhh..what Ahmad Said did not mention was they spent some more money to buy speacial number plates (like that Pahang fellow, if he can spend 50K, surely our 5K here and there won't matter....TAS 6666....with that many sixes, they can go to hell!)
Tuesday, July 22, 2008
He tried to justify himself, but why don't you ask yourself if there is any truth in what he says...
"Mentri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said said the state government had planned to purchase the cars for a long time now to replace its Proton Perdana V6 Executive fleet in a move to cut cost."
Please understand that the Proton Perdanas go through continuous long-distance journeys. It’s costing us a lot of money due to high cost of maintenance.(and if they use the Merc, they are just driving it on short distances, are they?)
“We are not saying that the national car is not good but in reality we are coughing up more money for maintaining the Proton Perdanas, particularly the gear boxes,”(first he says the safer car is Merc, which means Perdana not as safe as....then the gear box of Proton is more expensive?Either Proton is cheating us (they are shortchanging for sure..cheating? you decide.....Gearbox?..HELLO! DID YOU EVEN GET A QUOTE FOR THE GEAR BOX AH? Try checking the quote! I registered on a Mercedes authorised website, and asked for one, and it sure was hell not cheaper than RM50K ! You try it!)
“In the long run, Mercedes cars are cheaper to maintain and could also save us fuel costs.
(I don't drive a Merc nor do I drive a Perdana...but common sense will tell you, comparing the 2 sizes, the Merc is Bigger, hence it should be heavier....how does a heavier car use less fuel?...any engineers care to elaborate?)
This is the state’s long-term plan – we are farsighted. The cars could also fetch a high market price, when sold as second-hand cars. (Yeah sure! When did the Government ever sold their cars in the 2nd hand market? They offer them to their officers (if I got this right) pretty much like how Tajuddin Ramli's brother bought the Jaguar for RM1!).....I stand corrected.)
“The funds to procure the cars were from our own coffers and has nothing to do with the oil royalties,” (and the million dollar question is WHO Approved the use of RM3.43 million for the benefit of 14 people?)
YOU STILL WANT BN TO RULE KAH?
Sunday, July 20, 2008
Pak Lah was adamant about the fuel increase and he asked Malaysians to change their lifestyle.
BN Component heads naturally trumpeted the PM's call. But it looks like it was just hogwash as usual. I don't normally blog on Sundays, as I spend the precious weekend with my children, but this morning, after scrolling through the headlines, I am pissed off.
The Star reported that the Trengganu State Exco had their fleet of vehicles changed to Mercedes Kompressors! 14 cars for Rm3.43 million! Each car costs Rm245,000.00! If they bought the Perdana it would have only cost RM100,000 each! They cited safety...are they telling us that thousands of others driving the V6 are not safe?? If they did, they would also have saved 2.03 million ringgit!
Is this where the savings from the fuel has gone? It does not tell me that the government is on an austerity drive! These are the leakages that we have been talking about. What more, the other day when I was driving along Jalan Parliement, DBKL was changing the flower bed! At a crucial time like this, we should be plugging the leaks!
I am driving a 19 years old Proton Saga - Magma engine, which came of the assembly plant in 1989. I gave a lift to a former Director of the Proton Board the otheer day in my old jalopy and he commented the condition it was in. He said that he had faith in the car as he knew the quality then. I think Proton are still good cars, except for the quality control these days.
But to have a BN led state government in saying that they needed safe cars, and ditching the Perdana V6s then I think the rest of the Perdana owners should do the same too! Go ask the BN government for safer cars!
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
After getting an alert from Haris about the lack of news and possible overwhelming hits in Malaysia Today, I left Blog House and I got to the IPK Pudu around 8.40pm.
I had to leave my car on Jalan Maharajalela (previously Birch Road) and proceeded on foot to the IPK (Ibu Pejabat Kontinjen) right in front of the old Pudu Jail. I encountered scores of FRU personnel, with their vehicles parked along the roadside leading from Jalan Davidson to IPK.
All along the footpath below the Monorail station, supporters of Anwar Ibrahim sat and waited.
I took some video footages (to be uploaded from Blog House tomorrow) and some photos.
Not long after , there were some movement of FRU Trucks, presumably because of a change of shift. Speaking to some policemen, I was told that they were stationed there since 4pm.
The Policeman I spoke to was from Sabah, and he hoped that there would not be any untoward incident.
Soon after, Chegu Badrul (chegubard) made an announcement. He said that Anwar had passed word through his lawyers that he was alright and resisting any attempts by the Police to abstract any information which did not follow procedures. It was informed that his lawyer is with him at all times. He further pleaded to those gathered in front of the IPK to remain calm and not provoke the authorities to any untoward action. Chegubard proceeded to ask that all those who were there to remain behind police barricades at all times. He also mentioned that the PKR supporter who was arrested earlier in the evening for ignoring in police orders would be released if the rest of the crowd remained peaceful and cooperative. Before adjourning, Chegubard also said that there was a possibility that Anwar would be released later in the night.
I left soon after the announcement to put up this post.
I will try to provide more information as and when I get it.
Raja Petra Kamaruddin has been asked to 'surrender' himself at the Police Disctrict Headquarters (IPD Pudu) by 10.00am tomorrow on the 17th of June 2008. He was not told why he will be arrested, or neither was he told where and what they are going to charge him for.
This has just been confirmed by RPK's wife. It looks likely that the Ops Padam has already begun, since Saturday last.
People, let the show begin!
Below is the official press statement from the office of DSAI.
This afternoon at 1:05 PM Anwar Ibrahim, former Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, was arrested outside of his home in Kuala Lumpur. He was due to issue a statement at IPK KL (Kuala Lumpur Police Contingent Headquarters) at 2:00 PM based on an agreement reached with the police on Tuesday.
Anwar Ibrahim was returning from the Anti Corruption Agency to his home after giving a statement pertaining to the police report that has been filed regarding suppression of material facts in the case involving him in 1998. He was accompanied by his senior legal team, staff, and security.
As he entered the neighborhood of his home, a contingent of ten police cars, half unmarked and half patrol, forced the two cars in Anwar Ibrahim’s entourage to stop. There was a contingent of 20 balaklava-clad masked commandos (UTK) who accosted him, reminiscent of the forces sent to arrest Anwar Ibrahim at his home in September 1998.
An officer approached Anwar Ibrahim and demanded that he accompany the police in an unmarked vehicle to the Kuala Lumpur Police Contingent Headquarters. His lawyers were not permitted to travel with him to the police station.
This arrest has taken place less than fifteen hours after Anwar Ibrahim appeared live on Malaysian television for the first time since 1998, and announced to millions of viewers his intention to stand for election, and upon the formation of a new government, to lower the domestic price of fuel by 50 sen. The overwhelming majority of Malaysians expressed their support of his televised statement.
These events are deeply disturbing to us and indicate that this entire episode is a repeat of the actions taken against Anwar Ibrahim in 1998. During the last few weeks the government owned mainstream media has demonized and vilified him. His staff has been harassed and we see a conspiracy being hatched to thwart the political change that is imminent in Malaysia.
Under no circumstances will the people of Malaysia and the international community tolerate any harm coming to Anwar Ibrahim. We remind Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi of the promise he made to ensure Anwar Ibrahim’s protection.
We have been able to communicate with Anwar Ibrahim, who calls upon his supporters and the people of Malaysia to remain calm and to reject any attempts at provocation, which will give a pretext for an emergency situation to be declared.
OFFICE OF ANWAR IBRAHIM
Some months ago, in fact, some time ago, some alpha bloggers had mentioned the name 'Ops Padam' in light of the following and reach that these bloggers had attracted. Bloggers like RPK who is more often than not touted as 'Blogger King' and the likes of Rocky, Haris, Zorro, Malaysia Kini, and some others have had their fair share of readership.
Today, at about noon, Anwar Ibrahim was arrested for what was believed to be his involvement in the alleged buggery of his aide. Shortly after that, I had also received a phone call, inadvertently from Marina (RPK's wife) that they have also received a phone call from their lawyer informing them to be ready for a 'discussion' with the police. Discussion or arrest remains unconfirmed.
But what is possible is that we are seeing the repeat of certain high level 'Ops' that our men in blue is more better known for (as compared to solving cases of missing children, or reports of abuse of authority, or reports of missing government files, etc etc etc).
I will try to get more information as I can and will also try to post some videos if I can get it.
Yewtube has been up and running and until today, there wwas a shortage of worthy news....
So, people, do we 'Padam' the Padam, or do we digress back to out little comfort zones which we are so fond of?
Monday, July 14, 2008
No. From Ministers to civil servants, sorry is definitely not the hardest word. 'Minta Maaf' is the local most often used word.
Try lining up to pay at JPJ, the counter will have a sign up 'minta maaf, sistem off line' or 'minta maaf, habis nombor'. Home Minister Syed Hamid said sorry for holding up traffic at the federal capital because 'Police Operations was in progress to maintain public security'. My ass!
'Ops Padam' was apparently commissioned to stop Anwar Ibrahim and his cohorts from mounting a protest, a non-event that Anwar himself denied even considering.
If the Police were so hell bent on stopping this protest, why not just call Anawr in for a questioning? With all the intelligence collected, why not 'invite' those responsible for a chat? (like what they did to Haris, on the candle light vigil held for ISA detainees, and RPK).
If you ask me, the way things are going on, especially with the Police, the government are trying to 'intimidate the rakyat'. I see it as 'if you attend this protest which MIGHT happen, I will put up more road blocks to deter you all', or 'if you even think of supporting this protest 'try sitting in your car for 1 hour to get to the city'!
Hello, MR Home Minister! Don't you know your actions of you and your goons are causing severe problems in what most other responsible governments call 'High Street Sales'?
It basically means people are staying indoors because of your idiotic 'public security procedures' and are causing less money to revolve around retailers? Which means there is a choking point which will in turn lead to rippling effects that will affect the economy?
I guess you did not learn that in Economics did you?
Also, try putting up more road blosks, and see if the Tourist will continue to come. Oh wait. You already have an excuse for that, simply just point to the 5 PR states, and say that they have been doing a bad job....not a bad idea, I must say.
But here is something I bet you did not think off. In all your haste trying to outdo that Anwar fellow, you have forgotten your responsibility. There are now more illegal immigrants running around Puchong and Nilai, and Banting, then you can think off! Also try Bukit Tinggi Klang, and ask your Policemen there how many illiegals they have rounded up? I bet you not much, seeing that they are now more interested in PKR Flags hoisters!
(It took me 20 minutes to get out of Subang and go to Ara Damansara, a journey which should have taken no more than 8 minutes! And my wife had to burn more fuel going to work today, no thanks to those goons in blue! BTW have they forgotten Nini?)
Friday, July 11, 2008
Talk of 'let's move on', 'we are here for the nation' and all those crap they continue to dish out does not transcend to action, IMHO. So let's take a good look shall we?
I was just given a heads up about residents in Subang Jaya SS14 having to go against the council and road builders for the damages they have suffered in relation to an overhead bridge built right in front of their doorstep! You almost never hear of these kind of developments in front of a Minister's house, do you? Then why these poor law abiding, tax paying rakyat?
Does it not affect their health too? Local councilors that were appointed recently stinks of too much political connection, no matter BN or PR! Whatever happened to the 'we are for the rakyat' cry before the elections?Have they forgotten that they were supposed to empower the rakyat to take back the integrity of good governance?
I am still hoping that those appointed can really give their all to the community, but that remains to be seen. Me? I see so much happening that I am beginning to feel helpless....
Do you actually think that June 2010 will bring about changes? And why should we stand aside and wait till 2010? Whatever happened to the 'we will take over the government' claim....
HOGWASH...thats what I think! More Police reports? Let's see....
Tuesday, July 08, 2008
An anonymous reader sent me a reminder on what it did to him, reading my post, and I thank him for that. For it made me realise that by saying the things I did, I was no different from her in making those comments. Surely if I did not teach my children to make racial slants against someone else, I should not imagine that she would .
Last night, I read a posting of Helen Ang in the People's Parliament, and that also gave me a reminder.
One that tells that humans will always be humans. She had her piece to say, and she took it out on someone else. That reflected her feelings, I would think. Its still her right to say it, but if she truly felt it then I would like to help her get over her angst.
But what about Polliticians? Don't we thrash them over their inactions and other faults which they so often display? This I was told is our responsibility, to remind these Politicians that we are aruond watching, either side of the camp. (incidentally MSM is again at it throwing die hard PAS supporters against their more 'liberal' kind)
Let's put aside our differences and embrace each other so that we can move ahead.
Hamidah, I am sorry, but if you can lead the clarion call for your party members to stop sowing hate between the the rest of us, then you will be doing your party and yourself justice.
Sunday, July 06, 2008
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The reason for the 'shout' is because I am just feeling ecstatic because though falling short of the RM50k which we had planned, the event was especially fun. I recall a couple coming as far from Singapore, another from Ipoh, and of course Jeff from Penang. Apparently All Blogs has been presumed by some parties to be almost exclusively anti establishment and also deemed to have lost our focus to promote blogging. I beg to differ because at least 60 % of last nights crowd were just social bloggers. Which basically means we reached out and these bloggers are in support of the formation of All Blogs!(no need to state the obvious right?) Do drop in from time to time, to keep abreast of the latest in All Blogs. The registration will be formally submitted by next week, now that the committee members have handed in their IC's. . .
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Thanks guys, it was a ball!
ANOTHER UPDATE: 5th July 1400hrs
Blog House is ready...thanks to our sponsors, lucky draw prizes await those lucky ones....all welcomed! P.s...hint hint....hmmm that new LG phone looks nice...real nice!...oh..did I say 4?
LATEST UPDATE : 5:15pm 2nd July 2008
Alas! We have three days and counting, and true to the Malaysian Fashion of being fashionably late (in weddings, appointments, and especially RSVPs!!) the numbers are slowly trickling in!
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Thanks to an idea originally mooted by Goblokking, KLConfidential, MalaysianMinx, Twenty Cents, Zorro, the 100 days event will soon be realised!
Further thanks goes out to some corporations (names to be released once we get their instructions) for coming in one way or another.
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PLEASE TAKE NOTE THAT THE EVENT LISTED BELOW HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO 5th of JULY 2008 DUE TO A GATHERING BY GMI AND PR LED STATE GOVT AT THE SHAH ALAM STADIUM THAT CLASHES WITH OUR ORIGINAL DATE (28 JUNE 2008).
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Thanks to the organising committee (which comprises bloggers far and near!) All Blogs will be having a dinner, both to celebrate the '100 days' after elections, as well as a fund raising dinner.
An idea initially mooted by a blogger on an island quite far away, it has taken a life of its own and is now well on the way to reality! Come one and come all, and enjoy t he camaraderie that transcends from virtual to the real world!
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Saturday, July 05, 2008
PC's...to many to attend to...
SB's...Here we go again (5.30pm, Sentul)
BS's...Bull shit, its all Bull shit....can the real people in Power please stand up and run the god damn country? No Black outs in BSKL! Please!
Friday, July 04, 2008
Director of Military Intelligence of Malaysia, Lt Jen Dato Mohd Salleh Hj Ismail gave a press conference at the TM Multimedia College today. The PC was aimed in general at the Malaysian public in view of the recent political developments especially so that the Military Inteligencia was named in a Statutory Declaration recently. It did not help their case with Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim claiming that his life was in danger and cited 'Intelligence' sources for his claim.
Since the Bersih rally, rumours of the Military's involvement in one way or another has been cited in a few blogs. Right after the press conference, during a short 10 minute question and answer session, Lt Jen Dato Salleh also refuted claims that one armoured division was deployed to Kuala Lumpur in support of the mammoth gathering last November. The General admitted that though movement of armoured divisions were common in exercises, it has not been a practice that division commanders take orders directly from His Majesty The King or any Royal head of State.
He further stated that military movement are the responsibility of Division Commanders.
Below is the 8 point statement that the General released.
1. The week’s events are being seen in the light of political developments in the country and for many almost a repeat of 1998 that was a shocking breach in Malaysian political culture and something many never wish to revisit. Because of this, we are dealing with a similar set of issues: firstly, the disbelief and anger of the majority of Malaysians; secondly, executive interference with the judiciary, the police and Malaysia Armed Forces (MAF) specifically, the Military Intelligence; and thirdly, the personalities of the key players which are Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. Throughout the weekends, Malaysians were exposed to accusations by various parties which claim wrongdoing by others and this was compounded by various counter accusations to discredit and tarnish the reputation and image of opposing party.
2. This chain of events started with the allegations made by a well known blogger, Raja Petra Kamaruddin (PRK) through his statutory declaration on purported facts related to the murder of the Mongolian translator, Altantuya Shaariibuu in October 2006. Apart from naming the three individuals which he claimed that were present at the scene during the murder of the Mongolian translator in the document, he also accused the Prime Minister, Dato’ Seri Abdullah Badawi had received a military intelligence report about the murder. This later followed by the police report which made by Parti Keadilan Rakyat de facto leader, Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim (DSAI) assistant, which accused DSAI of sodomising him on 26 June 2008.
3. DSAI seek ‘safe haven’ at the Turkish Embassy when he was informed that his life is in danger and he claims received information from foreign military intelligence (neighbouring countries) and therefore he seek ‘help’ at the Turkish Embassy. DSAI ‘refuge’ at the Turkish Embassy has attracted much attention from the international community and this has complicated matters further. A day after he left the Turkish Embassy, DSAI made a police report alleging the tampering of evidence in the case where he was punched by the former Chief of Police. Yesterday, DSAI again made headlines when he presented a statutory declaration by a former Special Branch police officer in which he stated the DPM had relationship with Altantuya.
4. These developments point to a new trend in which Malaysian politics is embracing. It feeds on the rakyat’s sympathy by creating various stories/accusations which have not been confirmed. In addition, these developments have caused dilemmas in our society and can lead to a chaotic situation which can affect the nation’s security. This is not the Malaysian culture and the Malaysian way of life.
5. Malaysians are confused and tired of all these accusations and allegations which are based on fabrication of facts and can affect the strength of Malaysia’s national power. There are reports of foreign military intelligence’s involvement in plotting the downfall of the country’s leadership and this is not true. As the Director of Military Intelligence (DMI), I can assure all Malaysians that this allegation is not true. Based on our relationships and networkings, I am confident of the country’s security and now is an opportune time to invest in Malaysia. Furthermore, there is no military intelligence report on the murder case of Altantuya. This is strictly a matter for the police department and its enforcement agencies to look into.
6. As the DMI, I believe that facts which are confusing Malaysians will cause more anger and will lead to more street demonstrations. This will also lead to chaos in the country. Malaysians have to believe in the leadership and discard all their fears as the present government is strong and able to proceed with the democratic process. It is of paramount importance that all Malaysians know that our military intelligence is always monitoring the security of the nation as some parties, intentionally or unintentionally wants to see the country in tatters.
7. Irresponsible parties are using confusing facts for their own personal interests or agendas. These facts are hard to believe thus, the rakyat will lose confidence. Many incidents or reports involved the role of the military and military intelligence. Here, I have to stress that these reports which are made by unknown parties are immoral. These irresponsible groups take pleasure in seeing the Malaysian society in ruins and encourage the culture of accusations among each other. This will lead to the detriment of the country’s economy and stop the progress of the nation. In the end, all Malaysian will be at the loosing side.8. As the DMI I feel I have to stress that the military intelligence report which was mentioned in RPK’s statutory statement is not true. Since I took over my position as DMI, it has not come to my attention that this report existed. As for DSAI’s statement that he alleged foreign military intelligence sources informed him about his safety is also not true.