(When it comes to crime, it always pays to have another set of eyes on the street for catch criminals in their act. The role of CCTVs in prevention of crime cannot be dismissed – it works 24 by 7 and 365 days without taking rest and it is impartial too.… [Click to read the rest] “The Malaysian Fight Against Crime”
(Yul Brynner as the majestic King of Siam in the classic movie King and I – he was born to play the role. Can you image what would have happened if a group of people walked up to the palace and demanded the King of Siam to be replaced with their “a bit-lost” leader?… [Click to read the rest] “Democracy 101: The King And I”
(Considering how criminals these days being bold on their act, this may look funny but it is hardly a laughing matter, especially when it is not safe to venture out these days. Psst, the whole ATM machines still get “screwed” to this day. Image source: http://www.flickriver.com)… [Click to read the rest] “Crime Index 2013: Criminals Not Fear of the Law?”
They must have read my post here…
(When it comes to enforcement agencies, we have the means to start things but we sometimes lack the means to end things. We lack the enforcement. Image source: http://www.malaysia-kini.com)
It was delightful to read this, a couple days ago:-
… [Click to read the rest] “Outstanding Summons 2”
Police have issued more than 10 million “saman ekor” (traffic offences caught on camera) since 2000 and motorists who ignored these summonses risk being hauled to the police station.
I have to agree with the police this time:-
The Selangor police chief Khalid Abu Bakar said he will not apologise to the family of police shooting victim Aminulrasyid Amzah, but has urged the teenager’s family to say sorry instead for parental negligence
Another case where the politicians have lost the point…
The more PR politicians harping on the wrong issue, the more irrelevant they are fast becoming. Why every issue that touches on the Government has to have its fault? Sometimes I really wonder whether these politicians have run of ideas and have decided to harp on any trivial matters just to make some noise.… [Click to read the rest] “Politicising a Death”
If Malaysian politicians are in the limelight on the issue of copyright of food, here is one that is seemed to be tied up with Malaysia – snatch thief (the other is Mat Rempit). The ugly side of this crime is making headlines once again
(Image source: TheStar)
… [Click to read the rest] “Snatched”
“She was taken away cruelly by criminals who prey on innocent people,” Tan Chia Guan said at the funeral of his 17-year-old daughter Tan Shu Fang, a straight-As student, who died following a snatch theft.
It is rather humorous to read a politician’s threats
(There are always 2 sides of the story and thus it justifies fairness on both sides. Image source: http://www.seattlepi.com)
Yes, the threat can be real of course – after all, they are holding all the ISA, MACC, PDRM, etc panic buttons. It is humorous because politicians are well known to be very selective in their threats.… [Click to read the rest] “The One Sided Threat”
I could not believe this! Talk about bad timing.
(When will PDRM ever learn? Putting up massive road blocks will never be the solution when there is a massive rally in the city. Image source: Malaysiakini)
Last year, me and my cousin decided to go for our “quarterly” blood donation but we got involved in the mother of traffic jam when the morons at the Home Ministry decided to put up road blocks and made road users to experience hell.… [Click to read the rest] “Oh Fuck!”
(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:-
… [Click to read the rest] “What is appropriate?”
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.