Living in a Dreamland 0 (0)

dreamland

(Talking about being the dreamland, the image above has nothing to do with the post below but it’s damn funny. Just letting you know. Source: Malaysian Gags Facebook Page)

Yes, I am still here…

In the morning, one of the first things I do when I am away from the country, is to switch on the news channel (BBC & CNN preferred but if there is none, then the local news channel). It has been my habit since I started flying overseas for assignments. You will never know what would be the breaking news for the day.

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Here We Go Again! 0 (0)

I really wonder whether we will ever cross the finishing line to be a developed country if highly political and seditious matters are played on public grounds on regular basis, turning one Malaysian against another based on hearsays, political hidden agendas and highly charged emotions.

(It is ok to fight for one’s religion and beliefs but it should be a fight for the betterment of the mankind and not be used for political means.Click to read the rest

F U Perak PR 0 (0)

(Come  lah PR, you already lost the State, you want to lose the support of the people too ah? Stop supporting the criminals lah otherwise you will never gain the trust of the people. Image source: TheStar)

I almost choked on my afternoon tea when I read this:-

Perak Pakatan Rakyat is prepared to challenge the Road Transport Department (RTD) in court if vehicle owners are prevented from renewing their road tax after being blacklisted by the police for not settling speeding tickets from 2000 to 2009.

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Court vs Service 0 (0)

Here is why DAP also proving to be not so intelligent as well…

(DAP should not focus on the back-door method to fight the politicians who recently jumped but instead focus on better service and persistent tackle of current issues. Image source: http://keadilanbatu.wordpress.com)

From theStar

The Perak DAP said Wednesday it intends to enforce a signed contract which requires its elected representatives to make an RM5mil compensation payment if they quit the party

Perak DAP chairman Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham said all DAP elected representatives in the state were required to sign such an agreement after the general election in March 2008.

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Readying Perak 0 (0)

Let’s look at the news snippets first….

First, this:-

The conundrum of who is the rightful menteri besar of Perak will be resolved on Tuesday (Feb 9) when the five-man Federal Court bench pronounces its ruling.

Then, this:-

Twenty-four marginal seats are expected to play a major role in deciding which party rules Perak, should a snap poll be called

And then finally this:-

Election Commission deputy chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar recently disclosed that 28 per cent or 4.39

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Screw the Pakatan 0 (0)

(Breakdown of missing Pakatan politicians during the crucial voting of national budget recently – chart source: Go Malaysia)

The question is what happened to the missing 20 especially those on the MIA list includes, sadly, senior politicians and one Chief Minister?

After several years getting the key votes from the people, are these people from the Pakatan been starting to slack without them knowing about it?… Click to read the rest

An obligatory 2009 Merdeka post 0 (0)

(The reality of the nation these days – Image source: http://blinkstar.wordpress.com)

Merdeka or Independence Day is just couple of days away and at some places, ‘celebrations’ has been scaled down due to the H1N1 pandemic. The way I see, there is a reason to celebrate Merdeka and there is a reason not to celebrate Merdeka

The reason to celebrate Merdeka

To remember the sacrifice that our nationalists, freedom fighters and security forces did in order for our nation to gain independence and ensure that independent preserved throughout the years

The reason NOT to celebrate Merdeka

After 52 years of independence, what we have achieved?

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