That was the message I got from my wife on my phone late last night, as I was packing up to return home. Hmm, maggi instant noodles? It has been sometime since I had a hot bowl of instant noodles. I recall when I was young, these instant noodles was a life saver.… [Click to read the rest] “Instant Dinner”
When ex-ISA detainee M Manoharan proposed that all Malaysians born after August 31, 1957, to be accorded a Bumiputra status but without any question to the constitutional rights and privileges of Malays, many applauded & supported the proposal.
However at the same time, many questioned this proposal in light with the existence of many types for schools for Malaysians. It is a valid point.
(The brave lawyers who were arrested for doing their job – image source: http://www.malaysianbar.org.my)
Sometimes it is just too obvious that some politicians do not know what they are talking about. When this happens, they end up looking like an idiot in the middle of a busy road.
First read this statement from DPM:-
He said for instance, the call by the Council for the Human Rights Commission to conduct a public inquiry into the arrest of five Legal Aid Centre lawyers at a police station recently seemed inappropriate.
(Lunch was great though but only if we were early to queue up. Those coming late had less things to eat)
Lunch seemed to be so tasty after a “hard day at work” at the beach.
It was the 2nd day in Pangkor and frankly speaking, we started to get bored. The hotel room, the food and the pool was in a sorry state but then again, this is something we need to accept if we wanted some things to be free. Couple that with frequent blackouts and crowded beach and it does not look too good. Having nothing much to do was however a blessing in disguise, we managed to catch-up on our sleep.
“The Bar Council is supposed to be a role model. If police enforce the law and among those caught are their (Bar Council) members, they have to accept it (Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz)