Thursday, July 21, 2011


RCI rules Beng Hock committed suicide

UPDATED @ 02:52:07 PM 21-07-2011
July 21, 2011
KUALA LUMPUR, July 21 — A royal commission has ruled that Teoh Beng Hock committed suicide (bullshit) as a result of pressure from aggressive and continuous questioning by Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) officers.
The MACC officers had wanted to pressure Teoh to be a witness in their case against a DAP assemblyman for alleged abuse of publicfunds.
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Nazri Aziz disclosed the finding today which, he said, was unanimous.
The royal commission of inquiry also found three MACC officers to have breached standard operating procedures.
It recommended that action be taken specifically against the three MACC officers.
Nazri told reporters the government would leave it to the police to take the necessary action against the three MACC officers.
He said the police would have to open an investigation and take the matter up with the Attorney-General’s Chambers for any potential prosecution.

BERSIH 2.0 - Police Brutality Part 2.

The Malaysian police denied there was any violence by the police force during the Bersih 2.0 event.

Watch this clip:

The guy has already been handcuffed. So what is the point of punching him further???

They are now caught red handed.

IGP must resign!!!

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Malaysia Bodoh!

In this internet age, our Ministry of Home Affairs still want to censor publications. Cocksuckers, all of them!

This is the height of stupidity!!

Imagine, rows and rows of unemployed university students with marker pen in hand..... cocksuckers.

So in the interest of sanity, I re-produce the article below:

Taken to the cleaners
An overzealous government response to an opposition rally

Jul 14th 2011 | SINGAPORE | from the print edition

MALAYSIA is one of South-East Asia’s stabler nations; but a rally in Kuala Lumpur on July 9th in demand of electoral reform turned surprisingly nasty, leading to the arrest of more than 1,600 people. The police fired tear gas and water cannon into the crowd, and one man died of a heart attack. All those arrested were released fairly quickly, but Amnesty International, a London-based human-rights group, called it “the worst campaign of repression in the country for years”. The government’s reaction showed a lot of nervousness about how much opposition it can tolerate.

In fact the crackdown started a few weeks ago after “Bersih 2.0” announced that it was going to stage the rally. Bersih, also known as The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections, is a loose alliance of NGOs and activists (bersih means “clean”). It argues that all candidates should be given access to the mainstream media and that indelible ink should be used to stop people voting more than once. It all sounds uncontroversial, but not to the government. Bersih was declared illegal on July 1st and about 200 activists were rounded up. The march itself was then banned, although the authorities offered Bersih a stadium to meet in—and then withdrew the offer.

Perhaps the government was looking back nervously to the first Bersih march, in 2007. On that occasion, too, thousands protested against the Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition government and demanded reform. Subsequently, in the 2008 general election, the BN lost its largest share of votes since 1957 when it started ruling the country after the British left. The current prime minister, Najib Razak, deputy prime minister in 2007 before taking over the top job in an internal party coup, must have feared that the second Bersih rally might be a similar portent. He has to hold an election before 2013, but wants to do so earlier to win his own mandate. Opposition politicians were quick to join Bersih. The pre-eminent leader of the opposition, Anwar Ibrahim, was shoved to the ground and injured in the affray.

None of this bodes well for Malaysia. The heavy-handed police tactics have provoked a lot of anger; the government has conceded an official investigation into claims of police brutality. In one instance (caught on film), police seemed to fire tear gas and water cannon into a hospital where protesters were sheltering from a baton charge. Few old laws were left untouched in the attempt to round up suspects before the march. It was reported that 30 people arrested in Penang were investigated under Section 122 of the Penal Code for the charge of waging war against the king. Dragging in the constitutional monarch, Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin, seemed particularly desperate, reminiscent of the abuse of the monarchy’s position in neighbouring Thailand. On the eve of the rally, the king came out with a statement reminding everyone that “street demonstrations bring more bad than good, although the original intention is good.”

Mr Najib defended the police and accused the marchers of sowing chaos. Dismissing the motives of Bersih, he cast it as a desperate attempt by Mr Anwar to grab power. The immediate upshot is that Mr Najib may choose to delay calling for an election for some time, to let things settle down. He presumably hopes that if he waits long enough, people will have forgotten about this ugly incident. But the longer-term effects are hard to judge. It might also help to unite a fractious opposition against what they portray as an assault on democracy.

Friday, July 15, 2011

New Movies of Former PM

Heard on the news that they are going to make a movie about former PM of Singapore..

Lee Kwan Yew
This is the famous Hong Kong actor that will portray him in the new movie

Tony Leung
As usual, the Malaysians (not all, just the idiots) cannot tahan so must also declare that they (I hear it was Perkasa cocksuckers who mooted the idea) will make a movie about their former PM.


Unfortunately they couldn't find any famous actor to do it. So, they had to propose this cocksucker.

It's just a rumor ok? Don't get your panties in a twist. LMAO.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

BERSIH 2.0 - News & Opinions

CNN: Malaysian authorities crack down on protesters

The Philippine Star: PM Najib's tyranny draws focus on bribes, murder

The Jakarta Post: Malaysia: Rich but not free

The Wall Street Journal: Q&A: Malaysia’s Ambiga Sreenevasan

The Wall Street Journal: Crackdown 2.0 in Malaysia

Guardian UK: Eyewitness: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

BBC: Malaysia: Police fire tear gas at banned rally

New York Times: Thousands of Malaysians Rally for Changes to Elections

Time Magazine: Malaysian Police Arrest 1,600 Protesters

Arab News: Over 1,400 arrested, tear gas fired in Malaysia protest

Xin Hua News: Bersih rally provides lessons to Malaysian gov't

Taipei Times: Malaysian students rally for free and fair elections

Jurist Org: UN rights expert says Malaysia used 'heavy handed' response to protests

New Zealand Herald: Local Malaysians rally to support electoral reform protesters

The National: Malay government denounced over tear-gassing and mass arrests at electoral reform march

Sydney Morning Herald: Malaysia rocked by mass protest What next for Malaysian PM after anti-govt rally?

Al Arabiya News: Does Malaysia’s ruling party under Prime Minister Najib Razak have a death wish?

The Vancouver Sun: Malaysian government runs scared

The Economist: Crackdown in KL

Christian Science Monitor: After mass arrests, authorities shrug off rare Malaysia protests

Press TV: Malaysian PM under criticism over arrests

The Diplomat: Malaysia’s Winter of Discontent

Asian Correspondent: Malaysia launches PR clean-up after Bersih crackdown backlash

Canada Views: Police use brutal tactics against peaceful protesters

Malaysia Today: Malaysian government to remove ‘Bersih’

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

BERSIH 2.0 - Bankruptcy of Reason

You know that when people start losing their moral compass and that they have no more righteousness in the things they do, they say all the things that they can think of to fend off legitimate questions.

Political Science 101: What not to say in a live TV interview [especially if you're the Minister of Information].

What a fucking moron.

BERSIH 2.0 - Big Mistake!!!

Below are speeches made by Prime Minister of two countries:

He apologized to the people of his country.

He did not.


Monday, July 11, 2011

BERSIH 2.0 - Police Brutality.

Police Brutality.

Watch this clip. There can be no other interpretation.

Victim is unarmed and lying on the ground.

BERSIH 2.0 - This is not what UMNO wants you to believe.

Many people have blogged and wrote about BERSIH 2.0 already. So I won't repeat the same things that had been said.

The UMNO propaganda machine wants you to believe that this whole event is a conspiracy created by Pakatan Rakyat to take away power from UMNO by underhanded means.

They try to create racial hatred between the various races to draw attention away from the real issue which is clean and fair election.

I want to show you just one photo. The guy on his knees praying (presumably). He is a Malay. Notice the guy holding the loud speaker. He is Chinese.

What other prove do you need that Malaysians of all races want free and fair election?

BN will lose PR13. We need to act and act decisively.

Friday, July 8, 2011

This is very serious!!!!

I'm always amused by running dogs and the way they speak/write. It's as if these cocksuckers are retarded and has no training in propaganda. I mean if you are going to be a running dog mouthpiece. At least polish your language skill and try to sound convincing.

For example, this blogger called Big Dog. a.k.a. cocksucker.

His latest posting is typical la, here's an except:

Keep out of KL: Its KJ Vs fourteen plus two
"The Police acted stern. This afternoon, they issued a list of 91 persons banned from entering Kuala Lumpur central business district on Saturday, the day BERSIH 2.0 is being planned to happen. It is the same day Malay NGO PERKASA and UMNO Youth wanted to hold a ‘retaliatory’ march as a show of force. The law enforcement agency obtained a court order to prevent these persons to enter the city limits."

Then, here goes the moron with his scare mongering:

"This is a very serious list. Rakyat should really watch these peoples’ space. From tomorrow onwards, a lot of people would be affected because of them. Some greatly being inconvenienced and many Klang Valley dwellers usual Saturday-shopping day stole from them. This include hundreds of thousands of school going boys and girls."

OMFG.... this is very serious!!!! Now I just want to focus on the word "serious". First of all, who the fuck is joking and fucking around? Since when is the pursuit of democracy trivial?

If nobody is fucking around with this BERSIH march, why is there a need for you to go .... ohhh this is serious, OMFG, chaos reins, stock up on canned food?

Fucking Cocksucker.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

National Day Parade

I've never been a big fan of NDP, whether it's Malaysia, Singapore or North Korea.

I think it's a waste of public money for the sake of some politicians having something to fill their calendar. That's ok to a certain extend. It's what politicians do.

Sometimes though, it gets a bit out of hand. When some cocksucker is trying a bit too hard to be smart and end up looking like a moron.

Case in point, ripping off Lady Gaga for a goodie bag song. First of all, Lady Gaga's work, in and of itself is already in bad taste. To rip-off from that is just being moronic.

Judge for yourself. [Can someone shoot that fucking bhai without turban but acting like a chinese?]

Monday, July 4, 2011

Chicken Talking with The Duck

The Cantonese has a saying: "it's like chicken talking to the duck.."

This is a true story. Me trying to order some parts from my HQ in Japan.

Me: I want HN-5001. Customer complained that HN-5001B is no good.

Japan HQ: HN-5001 and HN-5001B is a same part.

Me: Sorry, I understand they are two different parts with two different design. That's why the price is different, right? [WTF]

Japan HQ: Because they are made in different factories.

Me: Nevermind, I still want HN-5001.

Japan HQ: No stock. Why don't you use HN-5001B? it's the improved version. BTW, lead time is 3-4 week.

Me: Nevermind, I will wait.

Japan HQ: Oh sorry, the lead time is now 6 weeks. [WTF X 2???]

Me: Nevermind, I still want it.

Japan HQ: So now do you want HN5001 or HN-5001? [Notice one is with "dash" and other is without]

Me: [Thinking: you fucker, are you saying there's a THIRD version of this part?]

I think the cocksucker really don't want me to place this order. 

I'm not being ungrateful to my host country... but...

I'm not being ungrateful to my host country.

My wife was pissed off with me this morning. As USUAL, she was being unreasonable. And as USUAL, she thinks she's right!!!!! And you know why???

As the Cantonese would say: Tin Yau Ngan.

You see, I just read this article in Straits Times and and almost choked on my tea. I laugh my ass off. It was as if the article is all about this morning. [of course it's not about me, I'm not that "self-absorbed".]. What a bunch of cocksuckers.

Jul 4, 2011

Singaporeans see selves as more gracious than others

Employees at Teckwah Industrial return their food trays after their meals. The third 'The State of Graciousness in Singapore' survey found that Singaporeans had an 'unhealthy level of self-centredness', rating themselves as more gracious than others. -- ST FILE PHOTO: ASHLEIGH SIM

THE average Singaporean has an 'unhealthy level of self-centredness' and considers themselves more gracious than others, according to a survey of 1,001 citizens carried out by the Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM).

In the third 'The State of Graciousness in Singapore' survey, the SKM said they found a 'significant gap' between Singaporeans' self-perception compared to how they saw fellow citizens.

Of the respondents, 43 per cent, or 435, rated themselves high on graciousness, while only 15 per cent rated others likewise.

The SKM added that 88 per cent felt they had done a kind act in the last six months, but only 55 per cent said they had received one in the same time. In addition, 10 per cent said they had not experienced kindness and were not bothered with doing kindness - which the SKM called 'worrying'.

Dr William Wan, General Manager of SKM, said: 'The findings showed an unhealthy level of self-centredness and self-absorption, and not being aware of and not appreciating the efforts of others. This is the attitude that we want to change.'

In the survey, Singaporeans pointed to public transport, public spaces and public eating places as the top three areas that needed the most improvement in the survey.

My wife and her country men can bite my ass. HAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!!!