Monday, October 24, 2011


In Singapore, they like to say things like "double-confirm" and "irregardless". Now lets talk about "Over-Promise".

Over-Promise is when you say something so good, whatever the motive, that later you will regret.

The most recent racist fucking Malay cocksuckers in Malaysia who tries to over-compensate for their small dicks and ugly wives...

And they have... promised ONE MILLION MUSLIMS ..... to fit into a stadium with a capacity of 80,000? The other 920,000 go where?

See what I mean about stupid cocksuckers??

Himpun says numbers don’t matter

UPDATED @ 07:09:19 AM 23-10-2011
October 22, 2011
SHAH ALAM, Oct 22 — Himpunan Sejuta Umat has said it is not concerned with the poor turnout at today’s rally, arguing that the spirit of the 5,000-strong crowd was more important.

“We are not concerned about the real numbers if you want to count everyone,” Himpun chairman Mohd Azmi Abdul Hamid told reporters after the rally.

“They can be a small number but the spirit is the same [when you have a dick in your mouth, you tend to say stupid things like that - Hum Yee], whether one million come or one hundred thousand or one thousand.”
In Singapore recently, I think they also over-promised la.

PM's goal: No one gets left behind
by Janice Heng

IN HIS first appearance before the new Parliament elected in the watershed May general election, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong pledged to make maintaining social mobility a top priority of his new government.

A society 'in which no one is left behind' was his objective, he declared, and one made particularly urgent by an apparent trend of rising social stratification.

Speaking for more than an hour before an attentive House, PM Lee set out what was needed to realise the vision of a better life for all - a vision first painted in President Tony Tan Keng Yam's address at the opening of Parliament last week.

This, he indicated, would be 'the next chapter' in the ongoing Singapore Story.

One requirement was an inclusive society in which everyone benefits from progress, 'has a say, a stake and a sense of belonging', and aspires to do better.

[Sure or not? No one? Not even a single one? - Hum Yee]

Friday, October 21, 2011

Honk My Ass!!

I hate fucking Singaporeans!!!!

There, I said it. I don't give a fuck if you deport me.

This morning while driving on a two lane street. Traffic was going at 40kph, yes four zero, on both lanes.

I saw a car that was at least 2 car lengths behind me, so I changed lane.

The cocksucker honked at me and gave me the finger!!!! MOTHER FUCKER!!!!

You know why? It was not because I caused him to break suddenly [even if that was the case, chill la!!].

He was fucking pissed off BECAUSE I changed into his lane so quickly he had NO TIME TO SPEED UP TO BLOCK ME!!! 





Wednesday, October 12, 2011


Hum Yee has been living in Singapore for a few years now.

It is a constant love-hate relationship with this city... and to a certain extend the locals.

One thing about the kiasu-ness of Singaporean is true.

For example, why are all the cocksuckers driving on the road ASSUME that the space 100 meters in front of them are theirs, regardless of traffic conditions? They will fucking honk you if you dare to change lane in front of them. This is not something new but still...

The other day Hum Yee was going to order a new aircon for the apartment and found himself questioning the salesman about this and that. And then on the way home, I said to the wife: "Holy shit, have I been super kiasu with that salesman just now? Have I become one of you??" The wife was laughing her ass off, cocksucker.

[The picture above has got ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with this topic. But I just want to mess with your head a little bit...]

Anyway, I rarely like to talk about myself. But work has been pretty good lately and I'm settling in the new job (well not that new anymore considering I've been in the job for 2 years) and it looks like I'll be staying here for a while.

It's kind of ambivalent for me. I love a big part of this city. The other day I was taking the new Circle Line to Vivocity and the new train was so nice and efficient. This you can't find in KL.

But I just don't want to end up being another Singaporean cocksucker, you know? Small minded, kiasu, and ill mannered. Will staying here for another 5-10 years make me into another heartland uncle???

I hope not.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

It's not the same!!??!!

Health Minister Liow Tiong Lai today apologised for initially denying that anti-riot weapons were discharged on protesters seeking refuge at the Tung Shin hospital during the Bersih rally on July 9.

“When I was relaying the hospital’s report (to the public), I had caused different interpretation among different people, and causing misunderstandings.
“Based on the disturbance that I had caused, I would like to express my apologies,” he said in Putrajaya this morning.
On the “smoke bomb”, which the probe had confirmed landed in Chinese Maternity Hospital adjacent to Tung Shin, Liow said that it should not be confused with tear gas.
NONE“A smoke bomb and tear gas are very different. It cannot be compared,” he said.


Tuesday, October 4, 2011


I love Mustafa.

For those of you cocksuckers from Malaysia. This is a MEGA store in Singapore that opens 24 hours. It literally has got EVERYTHING IN THIS WORLD. It belongs to a Mamak, so if you're an ah neh, this is like heaven to you if you just got off the boat.

I think LKY went to Mustafa 5 years ago and say: "eh Mus, I'm going to bring in ONE MILLION ah nehs in the next 5 years, are you going to expand your store or not?" So, Mustafa became even 'HUGER". I know there's no such word but this is what my wife would probably say.

Anyway, the thing about Mustafa is that after you buy your stuff, they will bag it and cable-tie it. So that it's more difficult for you to shop-lift.

For example:

That's my wife's head by the way. Just kidding. And check out her tummy. She's not pregnant (thank the lord), she's just fat. Hehehe.

Then I turned around and saw this!!!!

Have they got a plastic bag THAT BIG??? How else are they going to cable-tie the cocksucker???



[If the report below is true, then this is true democracy. Despite very strong believes in opposite directions, these people can trash it out, work together and co-exist, then there is hope for this country afterall. - Hum Yee]

Pakatan reaches consensus after fiery hudud meeting

Written by  Wong Choon Mei, Malaysia Chronicle
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Pakatan reaches consensus after fiery hudud meeting
After a marathon meeting where tables were banged and DAP chairman Karpal Singh was even out-shouted by his own party mates eager to come to grips with a problem that has shaken the Pakatan Rakyat coalition, agreement was finally reached and everyone got most of what they had hoped for.
Firstly, PAS Spiritual Adviser Nik Aziz Nik Mat was given the nod to pursue his agenda for hudud law in Kelantan, where in 1993, long before the Pakatan was formed he had passed hudud into law at the state assembly. However, he was stopped from implementing it by ex-premier Mahathir Mohamad.
This is a major concession from DAP and is in recognition of Nik Aziz's contribution to the country and the opposition coalition. The same recognition was extended to Terengganu, where PAS president Hadi Awang had gazetted hudud into law in 2003 but was also unable to implement it.
In return, DAP won the acknowledgement it sought from PAS that the Pakatan's Common Policy Framework (or joint manifesto) and their Buku Jingga (or joint socio-economic blueprint) would remain as they were, without provision for the inclusion of hudud.
This is a major concession from PAS, to agree to uphold the Federal Constitution which does not permit hudud. The much maligned Muslim law pertains to criminal prosecution and this aspect of the law comes under federal jurisdiction.
As such, without the go-ahead at the federal government level, hudud cannot be implemented even though it may have been passed at the state level, such as in Kelantan and Terengganu.
Thirdly, all three Pakatan partners - DAP, PAS and PKR - agreed to reaffirm their support for the CPF and Buku Jingga.
"We are happy with the results," said Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim, whose PKR party had brokered the agreement.
Asked if Pakatan would amend the federal constitution to include hudud if it won GE-13, PKR vice president Tian Chua said there was nothing to stop PAS from pushing for hudud or even an Islamic state so long as it could achieve a two-thirds majority in Parliament.
But PKR and DAP were not bound to support the motion. Pakatan did not have to vote as a bloc on hudud or an Islamic state as these issues were not agreed on in the CPF and Buku Jingga, Tian stressed.
"There is still a lot of misunderstanding and it boils down to democracy. Each of the parties have their right to their own ideology. They can aspire for what they wish and try to effect it. So for PAS as a party to want hudud, it must get two-thirds majority first," Tian told Malaysia Chronicle.
"But as a coalition, we have firm agreement. PAS has agreed to stand by the Common Policy Framework and Buku Jingga which it also acknowledges does not contain any hudud provisions. This is in line with DAP's and PKR's stand. But DAP and PKR also agreed to allow Nik Aziz to pursue his hudud agenda in Kelantan to the maximum that he can and to accept the same in Terengganu."
Twenty six leaders attended Wednesday night's meetng at the PAS headquarters in Chow Kit, Kuala Lumpur.
DAP leaders who came included Karpal Singh, Lim Kit Siang, Tan Seng Giaw, Tony Pua, Anthony Loke, Chen Man Hin and Liew Chin Tong.
PAS was led by Hadi Awang, Mat Sabu, Mustaffa Ali, Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man, Dzulkefli Ahmad, Nasruddin Tantawi and Takiyuddin Hassan.
PKR leaders who brokered the agreement were Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, Azmin Ali, Tian Chua, Saifuddin Nasution, Nurul Izzah, Fuziah Salleh and Shamsul Iskandar.
The meeting began around 8.30 pm and ended at midnight. It was not only a marathon session but an extremely noisy one with Karpal in full bloom. Party workers told Malaysia Chronicle Karpal had insisted that the federal constitution could not be changed and refused to negotiate.
The DAP chairman made so much noise that his own party mate Tan Seng Giaw finally shouted back at him with words to the effect that 'this is not a court of law and if you only look at it from the point of view of the law, then you are only a lawyer and not a politician. A politician must always consider the people and be able to negotiate and find ways to resolve disagreements'.
After that outburst, the temperature went back to normal and despite tough negotitaions, consensus was finally reached. Pakatan now wants to put the issue behind them and focus full attention on the 13th general election, which many pundits expect to be called within the next 60 days.
“We stress that we will not be dragged into the desperate political ploy of Umno-BN to drive a wedge between us. We fully believe in the maturity and wisdon of the rakyat to judge this situation for themselves,” said Anwar.
Criminal law comes under the purview of the federal government
PKR was tasked to broker an agreement between PAS and DAP after a row erupted due to a challenge from Mahathir to Nik Aziz to implement hudud if he was sincere about Islam. Nik Aziz countered by exposing Mahathir's and Umno's role in preventing Muslims from implementing hudud in Kelantan.
The Kelantan Mentri Besar explained that he could not proceed as the Umno-led federal government had issued a letter stopping the implementation.
According to Tian, state governments do not have control over criminal prosecution. "At the state level, governments have say over personal laws like marriage and divorce and so on but in anything criminal, it reverts to federal law," said Tian.
Nik Aziz was not present at the meeting, neither was DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng. Both PAS and DAP had gotten into verbal skirmishes as a result of the row over hudud.
The Islamist PAS had been adamant on pursuing hudud, which remains their aspiration although party leaders have also said said they realize it cannot be implemented yet - not until Malaysian society and this included many Muslims themselves - fully accepted hudud.
As Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad has said, "this can only come about after a long process of education and it will not be easy because for 5 decades, Umno has poisoned the minds of the people against hudud."
Malaysia Chronicle