Saturday, May 25, 2013

I am tired of racism!

Fainally a European racist golfer is coming out  of the closet!  His sponsors must dropped him as an example!

My generation enjoyed a relatively peaceful existence.

The Europe I knew was a lot nicer continent.  German police would stop and ask me if I need a ride when I was hitch-hiking around the European continent.  Holland, or the Netherlands, was one of Europe's most liberal countries, with millions of people living in this small, very small, country with a total area of about 41,526 square kilometers or 16,485 square miles.

Today the Dutch are getting a wee bit impatient with foreigners living in Holland, where illegal immigrants are inundating this small area and taxing the Dutch social and welfare system.
Yes, for some strange quirk in life the Dutch government then, and now, allows non-citizens the benefit of social and welfare benefits which cost the government a lot every year.

Over the years as more illegals coming in from North Africa and the Middle-east, Eastern Europe  and Asia take advantage of the "dutch hospitality" the system starts to "crack" and the Dutch retreat inwards in their thinking.

They are becoming less tolerant towards those coming into the country, bringing their non-European habits and culture, thus creating many ultra-conservative anti foreigners parties in this once liberal country. Name-calling starts, and racial disharmony takes precedent and becomes the order of the day.

The recession is so bad in countries like Spain, Italy and Greece, it has Europeans, what we assume to be a civilised people, up in arms against "foreigners. The Irish president of the European golf tour has been chastised for commenting that Sergio Garcia has many "coloured" friends in response to an earlier remark made by the golfer.

Even Sergio Garcia, a comic relief golfer, has been criticised for suggesting that he should serve fried chicken to fellow competitor Tiger Woods in reference to the stereotyping of the black American fondness for fried chicken.  On this score I think Tiger Woods should not forgive Garcia for the comment he made.  Just to show that the world must not tolerate racist behaviours, sponsors must drop Garcia as an example to others!

Food for Thought:

Malaysian Chinese are now forming a mental ghetto simply because they are so afraid the Malays that  are becoming more insular.  The Malays are becoming more "exclusive" because of their fears of un-Islamic traditions and culture. The Chinese are feeling more and more shut out of the day to day running of the country.

The Chinese are rejecting BN i.e. the Malays, simply because they firmly believe the system of the government is getting too Islamic right wing. This is unlike  in the past when and what they perceived the liberal Malays were,  and now to them the Malays are getting more radically Islamic.
Imagine yourself a normal Chinese family living in a multi racial setting bombarded day in and day out by three and sometimes four mosques giving the muezzin prayer calls every day, and very loud.

Before you people start condemning me, I am a Muslim and have been one for more than 60 years and in my younger days the daily prayers calls were pleasant to my ears before the mega sound systems and new "accents". They are now even broadcasting their sermons to the whole neighbourhood, and not just keeping them in the mosque for those that want to hear them.  I am not even a Chinese, and I am angry!

So the rejection of BN by the Malaysian- Chinese is a call for help by our non-Muslim Malaysian brothers. Please stop with the Islamic jingoism and PAS call for hudud, which to the Chinese, and majority of the Malays, is something they do want to happen in this once racially tolerant country called Malaysia. Malaysia is truly Asia, pardon the cliche!

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

PKR menang!!??

Mengikut kata BABI parti pembangkang memang menang pilihan raya ke13!  Kalau perut sakit tak mau terberak atau terkencing tengok video di bawah!!!!  Apa pendapat anda?!

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Datuk Seri Zahid Hamidi do not, repeat, do not retract you statement!!

This is what happened to a Chinese boy who went to vernacular school!

Why is it when chauvinist DAP leaders made disparaging remarks about the Malay institutions it is a fair game and when any one from UMNO is saying what everyone agrees about the Chinese who did not support BN, it is a racist remark?!
When Home Minister Zahid Hamidi said those who do not like the system in Malaysia they should migrate to other countries!
True, when East German people did not like the government they climbed the wall to get to the other side, and when the Eastern Europeans did not like their countries they moved to the Western part of Europe.
Back to us, if you do  not like the system of government in Malaysia in which the majority of the people have no problem with, you pack up and migrate or move to Singapore of Taiwan or Hongkong or wherever!!
But please do not try to destroy one of the best country in the world, Malaysia, by propagating and promoting terror.
As a Home Minister, Zahid has the right to express what many Malaysians think about a minority who want to burn the country.
I say to you Zahid be firm on the refuseniks and trouble makers and throw them into the dungeon.
As for the pukimak Lim Gone Eng, he is just a pukimak chauvinis China yang kena liwat dalam jail dulu, sampai sekarang benci Melayu!
What ever you do, do not retract your belief and statement Zahid, if you do quit your job!

If you have the time and the inclination please read here on Outsyed The Box on why the Chinese who voted for the Opposition are full of Malay that is penuh dengan tahi punya hal in China!

Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim's duped toy boy arrested!

This impressionable young man, Adam Adli, has no power over this evil Svengali!

An impressionable 24-year old boy enthralled, duped and probably "used " by BABI for his sexual satisfaction was arrested for sedition. Well, does BABI care, I doubt it.  BABI will use anything and anyone,  even at the expense of destroying a  boy's life, to be a prime minister.

Adam Adli, 24 had apparently told a forum at the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall this week that Malaysians "cannot wait for five years to overthrow Umno and Barisan Nasional (BN)".  This poor pathetic young man  even emulates BABI's style when speaking!

KUALA LUMPUR, May 18 – Student activist Adam Adli Abdul Halim was arrested this afternoon under the Sedition Act that his lawyer believes is due to his remarks at a forum on May 13.
Adam Adli, 24 had apparently told a forum at the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall this week that Malaysians “cannot wait for five years to overthrow Umno and Barisan Nasional (BN)”.
“It looks like it’s a crackdown,” Adam Adli’s lawyer Latheefa Koya told The Malaysian Insider today.
She said that Adam Adli was being brought to IPD Jinjang, which is a remand centre, adding that she feared the police would detain him until tomorrow. Read more here....

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Malays like me cannot be pushed around!

In this country that was once called Persekutuan Tanah Melayu, or Federation of Malaya, we want everyone to be well and truly assimilated. They must know how to speak Bahasa Melayu fluently and to respect the Malay institution, such as the sultans and the king.
Even in Italy, Chinese there speak Italian, in all western countries, and in South East Asian countries Chinese speak the respective language of the countries well, except in Malaysia.
In Malaysia, we have Chinese who have live in this country for six or seven decades and yet they can't speak the national language, so what are we to think of this anomaly.
I implore all Malays to point this anomaly out in the open and to tell the Chinese that they must make an effort, serious efforts that is, to respect the surrounding they living in.
I am not a racist, and can never be one but push me, and I and many other Malays can be as equally a bad racist!

Friday, May 17, 2013

Goodwill of the people must NEVER ever be taken for granted again!

The general elections have come and gone and a new cabinet has been sworn in.
This is well and good for the victor and the vanquished, to sit down at their respective round table and to chart down their future in politics, or to conduct a post-mortem.
Many politicians in the ruling parties have been moping either from being defeated or from not being included in the cabinet line up.  Tough break for these people I have no sympathy for them!
Some of the arrogant ones still could not accept the fact that they have lost, few that I have come across mumble like a zombies, I believe they suffered a mild nervous breakdown.
The thing is these arrogant "bastards" of a politician are still not clear with the concept of being a politician.  They became one because the people voted them in.
These politicians still believe in treating their voters as a "child clients", that is the politicians have this perennial perception that their voters can and always be easily manipulated, cheated, and other political chicanery that can always be inflicted on their constituencies.
Last general elections have been an eye opener for those who got defeated!
I have bad news for the winners of the last elections...from now on you guys have to address your votes as Yang Berhormat, not the other way, or you will be cursed!
Those who have attitude problems will now have to re-invent themselves to make them likable enough to be voted again at the next general elections in  five years from now.
You arrogant politicians will have to be extremely and genuinely nice to the people and not to treat us like children, otherwise  because of your attitude we will lose the country to a bunch of chauvinist and religious people.
As for the prime minister, you must be sure that those serving you, and your office, are doing just tha. And please appoint you officers who are not inclined toward politics at the expense of neglecting their real job...serving the Prime Minister!
Be firmed against your officers who have lost during the last elections to tell them that they must find other jobs, and to quit gracefully.

Also please remember that those who have been supporting you loyally will only remain so if your leadership remains strong as  shown by the future decision you will be making!

Salam Satu Melayu, India, Iban, Melanau, Kadazan, Suluk, Bajau dll...yang menyokong negara!

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Imagine Haris Ibrahim saying all these in Singapore, for example!

I predict he will be dealt with after the new Cabinet sworn in! He will understand what it feels like eating nasi lemak basi just wait and see!

If he were to say this.. a country like Singapore, he would have surely been arrested and detained without the benefit of the law to protect him!
He is deemed a terrorist and he is seditious and the authority should not think twice before detaining him.
If he is detained the whole country will shout hurrah!  For a person who is promoting chaos to see the country destroyed he must be taught a lesson....throw the book on him already!!!!!! Read more here....

Act firm, a 13th May 1969 eye-witness tells Najib's new Cabinet

 (Reproduced with permission from Rocky's Bru)


Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Cina bo Cina, Singapore govt bo kasi can ...
In Singapore, 21 Malaysians who thought they could do in the republic what they had been free to do back home were swiftly arrested. The Singapore government wasted no time to warn all foreigners that they'd better not "import" their domestic problems to the island. There have been no more protests after that. Former diplomat Mustapha Ong, who remembers with dread the racial riots of 13 May 1969, says the Rakyat want Najib Razak's new government to act as swiftly and firmly against a brewing, potentially explosive problem. He posted the following on his FB about an hour before midnight ...

By Mustapha Ong
KL, April 2012.
Anwar promises a rally every Saturday to protest PRU13 results

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Malaysia: Failure of U.S. to Subvert the Elections and Install a “Proxy Regime”

Stitching ASEAN Together with Proxy Regimes to Fight China

(A good and a must read, but a slightly long article by Tony Cartalucci on US real intention towards a regime change in Malaysia, and fortunately for Malaysia and patriotic Malaysians the US failed. One thing that the US must understnd, and come to grip with, is that China  is our friend and it is here in this region to stay: Barkingmagpie)

Malaysia: Failure of U.S. to Subvert the Elections and Install a “Proxy Regime”

US "Pivot" Toward Asia Trips in Malaysia

 Wall Street and London’s hegemonic ambitions in Asia, centered around installing proxy regimes across Southeast Asia and using the supranational ASEAN bloc to encircle and contain China, suffered a serious blow this week when Western-proxy and Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim’s party lost in general elections.While Anwar Ibrahim’s opposition party, Pakatan Rakyat (PR) or “People’s Alliance,” attempted to run on an anti-corruption platform, its campaign instead resembled verbatim attempts by the West to subvert governments politically around the world, including most recently in Venezuela, and in Russia in 2012.Just as in Russia where so-called “independent” election monitor GOLOS turned out to be fully funded by the US State Department through the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), Malaysia’s so-called election monitor, the Merdeka Center for Opinion Research, is likewise funded directly by the US through NED. Despite this, Western media outlets, in pursuit of promoting the Western-backed People’s Alliance, has repeatedly referred to Merdeka as “independent.”
Image: Despite the US mobilizing the summation of its media power and pouring millions of dollars into the opposition party, including the creation and perpetuation of fake-NGOs such as Bersih and the Merdeka Center, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak sailed to a comfortable victory in this year’s general elections. The cheap veneer has begun peeling away from America’s “democracy promotion” racket, leaving its proxies exposed and frantic, and America’s hegemonic ambitions across Asia in serious question. 
The BBC in its article, “Malaysia election sees record turnout,” lays out the well-rehearsed cries of “stolen elections” used by the West to undermine the legitimacy of polls it fears its proxy candidates may lose – with  the US-funded Merdeka Center cited in attempts to bolster these claims. Their foreign funding and compromised objectivity is never mentioned (emphasis added) :
Allegations of election fraud surfaced before the election. Some of those who voted in advance told BBC News that indelible ink – supposed to last for days – easily washed off.
“The indelible ink can be washed off easily, with just water, in a few seconds,” one voter, Lo, told BBC News from Skudai.
Another voter wrote: “Marked with “indelible ink” and voted at 10:00. Have already cleaned off the ink by 12:00. If I was also registered under a different name and ID number at a neighbouring constituency, I would be able to vote again before 17:00!”
The opposition has also accused the government of funding flights for supporters to key states, which the government denies.
Independent pollster Merdeka Center has received unconfirmed reports of foreign nationals being given IDs and allowed to vote.
However, an election monitoring organization funded by a foreign government which openly seeks to remove the current ruling party from Malaysia in favor of long-time Wall Street servant Anwar Ibrahim is most certainly not “independent.”
The ties between Anwar Ibrahim’s “People’s Alliance” and the US State Department don’t end with the Merdeka Center, but continue into the opposition’s street movement, “Bersih.” Claiming to fight for “clean and fair” elections, Bersih in reality is a vehicle designed to mobilize street protests on behalf of Anwar’s opposition party. Bersih’s alleged leader, Ambiga Sreenevasan, has admitted herself that her organization has received cash directly from the United States via the National Endowment for Democracy’s National Democratic Institute (NDI), and convicted criminal George Soros’ Open Society.
The Malaysian Insider reported on June 27, 2011 that Bersih leader Ambiga Sreenevassan:
“…admitted to Bersih receiving some money from two US organisations — the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and Open Society Institute (OSI) — for other projects, which she stressed were unrelated to the July 9 march.”
A visit to the NDI website revealed indeed that funding and training had been provided by the US organization – before NDI took down the information and replaced it with a more benign version purged entirely of any mention of Bersih. For funding Ambiga claims is innocuous, the NDI’s rushed obfuscation of any ties to her organization suggests something far more sinister at play.

Photo: NDI’s website before taking down any mention to Malaysia’s Bersih movement. (click image to enlarge)
The substantial, yet carefully obfuscated support the West has lent Anwar should be of no surprise to those familiar with Anwar’s history. That Anwar Ibrahim himself was Chairman of the Development Committee of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 1998, held lecturing positions at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, was a consultant to the World Bank, and a panelist at the Neo-Con lined National Endowment for Democracy’s “Democracy Award” and a panelist at a NED donation ceremony – the very same US organization funding and supporting Bersih and so-called “independent” election monitor Merdeka – paints a picture of an opposition running for office in Malaysia, not for the Malaysian people, but clearly for the corporate financier interests of Wall Street and London.
Photo: Taken from the US National Endowment for Democracy’s 2007 Democracy Award event held in Washington D.C., Anwar Ibrahim can be seen to the far left and participated as a “panelist.” It is no surprise that NED is now subsidizing his bid to worm his way back into power in Malaysia. (click image to enlarge)
In reality, Bersih’s leadership along with Anwar and their host of foreign sponsors are attempting to galvanize the very real grievances of the Malaysian people and exploit them to propel themselves into power. While many may be tempted to suggest that “clean and fair elections” truly are Bersih and Anwar’s goal, and that US funding via NED’s NDI  are entirely innocuous, a thorough examination of these organizations, how they operate, and their admitted agenda reveals the proverbial cliff Anwar and Bersih are leading their followers and the nation of Malaysia over.
As Bersih predictably mobilizes in the streets on behalf of Anwar’s opposition party in the wake of their collective failure during Malaysia’s 2013 general elections, it is important for Malaysians to understand the true nature of the Western organizations funding their attempts to politically undermine the ruling party and divide Malaysians against each other, and exactly why this is being done in the greater context of US hegemony in Asia.
Anwar & Bersih’s US State Department Backers
The US State Department’s NED and NDI are most certainly not benevolent promoters of democracy and freedom.Does Boeing, Goldman Sachs, Exxon, the SOPA, ACTA, CISPA-sponsoring US Chamber of Commerce, and America’s warmongering Neo-Con establishment care about promoting democracy in Malaysia? Or in expanding their corporate-financier interests in Asia under the guise of promoting democracy? Clearly the latter.
The NDI, which Bersih leader Ambiga Sreenevasan herself admits funds her organization, is likewise chaired by an unsavory collection of corporate interests.
The average Malaysian, disenfranchised with the ruling government as they may be, cannot possibly believe these people are funding and propping up clearly disingenuous NGOs in direct support of a compromised Anwar Ibrahim, for the best interests of Malaysia.The end game for the US with an Anwar Ibrahim/People’s Alliance-led government, is a Malaysia that capitulates to both US free trade schemes and US foreign policy. In Malaysia’s case, this will leave the extensive economic independence achieved since escaping out from under British rule, gutted, while the nation’s resources are steered away from domestic development and toward a proxy confrontation with China, just as is already being done in Korea, Japan, and the Philippines.

Stitching ASEAN Together with Proxy Regimes to Fight China 
Image: Lemuel Gulliver on the island of Lilliput, having been overtaken while asleep by ropes and stakes by the diminutive but numerous Lilliputians. Western corporate-financier interests envision organizing Southeast Asia into a supranational bloc, ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), to use the smaller nations as a combined front to “tie down” China in a similar manner. Unlike in the story “Gulliver’s Travels,” China may well break free of its binds and stomp the Lilliputian leaders flat for their belligerence. 
That the US goal is to use Malaysia and other Southeast Asian nations against China is not merely speculation. It is the foundation of a long-documented conspiracy dating back as far as 1997, and reaffirmed by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as recently as 2011.
In 1997,  Fortune 500-funded (page 19) Brookings Institution policy scribe Robert Kagan penned, “What China Knows That We Don’t: The Case for a New Strategy of Containment,” which spells out the policy Wall Street and London were already in the process of implementing even then, albeit in a somewhat more nebulous manner. In his essay, Kagan literally states (emphasis added):
The present world order serves the needs of the United States and its allies, which constructed it. And it is poorly suited to the needs of a Chinese dictatorship trying to maintain power at home and increase its clout abroad. Chinese leaders chafe at the constraints on them and worry that they must change the rules of the international system before the international system changes them.
Here, Kagan openly admits that the “world order,” or the “international order,” is simply American-run global hegemony, dictated by US interests. These interests, it should be kept in mind, are not those of the American people, but of the immense corporate-financier interests of the Anglo-American establishment. Kagan continues (emphasis added):
In truth, the debate over whether we should or should not contain China is a bit silly. We are already containing China — not always consciously and not entirely successfully, but enough to annoy Chinese leaders and be an obstacle to their ambitions. When the Chinese used military maneuvers and ballistic-missile tests last March to intimidate Taiwanese voters, the United States responded by sending the Seventh Fleet. By this show of force, the U.S. demonstrated to Taiwan, Japan, and the rest of our Asian allies that our role as their defender in the region had not diminished as much as they might have feared. Thus, in response to a single Chinese exercise of muscle, the links of containment became visible and were tightened.
The new China hands insist that the United States needs to explain to the Chinese that its goal is merely, as [Robert] Zoellick writes, to avoid “the domination of East Asia by any power or group of powers hostile to the United States.” Our treaties with Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, Thailand, and Australia, and our naval and military forces in the region, aim only at regional stability, not aggressive encirclement.
But the Chinese understand U.S. interests perfectly well, perhaps better than we do. While they welcome the U.S. presence as a check on Japan, the nation they fear most, they can see clearly that America’s military and diplomatic efforts in the region severely limit their own ability to become the region’s hegemon. According to Thomas J. Christensen, who spent several months interviewing Chinese military and civilian government analysts, Chinese leaders worry that they will “play Gulliver to Southeast Asia’s Lilliputians, with the United States supplying the rope and stakes.”
Indeed, the United States blocks Chinese ambitions merely by supporting what we like to call “international norms” of behavior. Christensen points out that Chinese strategic thinkers consider “complaints about China’s violations of international norms” to be part of “an integrated Western strategy, led by Washington, to prevent China from becoming a great power.
What Kagan is talking about is maintaining American preeminence across all of Asia and producing a strategy of tension to divide and limit the power of any single player vis-a-vis Wall Street and London’s hegemony. Kagan would continue (emphasis added):
The changes in the external and internal behavior of the Soviet Union in the late 1980s resulted at least in part from an American strategy that might be called “integration through containment and pressure for change.”
Such a strategy needs to be applied to China today. As long as China maintains its present form of government, it cannot be peacefully integrated into the international order. For China’s current leaders, it is too risky to play by our rules — yet our unwillingness to force them to play by our rules is too risky for the health of the international order. The United States cannot and should not be willing to upset the international order in the mistaken belief that accommodation is the best way to avoid a confrontation with China.
We should hold the line instead and work for political change in Beijing. That means strengthening our military capabilities in the region, improving our security ties with friends and allies, and making clear that we will respond, with force if necessary, when China uses military intimidation or aggression to achieve its regional ambitions. It also means not trading with the Chinese military or doing business with firms the military owns or operates. And it means imposing stiff sanctions when we catch China engaging in nuclear proliferation.
A successful containment strategy will require increasing, not decreasing, our overall defense capabilities. Eyre Crowe warned in 1907 that “the more we talk of the necessity of economising on our armaments, the more firmly will the Germans believe that we are tiring of the struggle, and that they will win by going on.” Today, the perception of our military decline is already shaping Chinese calculations. In 1992, an internal Chinese government document said that America’s “strength is in relative decline and that there are limits to what it can do.” This perception needs to be dispelled as quickly as possible.
Kagan’s talk of “responding” to China’s expansion is clearly manifested today in a series of proxy conflicts growing between US-backed Japan, and the US-backed Philippines, and to a lesser extent between North and South Korea, and even beginning to show in Myanmar. The governments of these nations have capitulated to US interests and their eagerness to play the role of America’s proxies in the region, even at their own cost, is not a surprise. To expand this, however, the US fully plans on integrating Southeast Asia, installing proxy regimes, and likewise turning their resources and people against China.
In 2011, then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton unveiled the capstone to Kagan’s 1997 conspiracy. She published in Foreign Policy magazine, a piece titled, “America’s Pacific Century” where she explicitly states:
In the next 10 years, we need to be smart and systematic about where we invest time and energy, so that we put ourselves in the best position to sustain our leadership, secure our interests, and advance our values. One of the most important tasks of American statecraft over the next decade will therefore be to lock in a substantially increased investment — diplomatic, economic, strategic, and otherwise — in the Asia-Pacific region.
To “sustain our leadership,” “secure our interests,” and “advance our values,” are clearly hegemonic statements, and indicates that the US’ goal for “substantially increased investment,” including buying off NGOs and opposition parties in Malaysia, seeks to directly serve US leadership, interests, and “values,”  not within US borders, but outside them, and specifically across all of Asia.
Clinton continues:
At a time when the region is building a more mature security and economic architecture to promote stability and prosperity, U.S. commitment there is essential. It will help build that architecture and pay dividends for continued American leadership well into this century, just as our post-World War II commitment to building a comprehensive and lasting transatlantic network of institutions and relationships has paid off many times over — and continues to do so.
The “architecture” referred to is the supranational ASEAN bloc – and again Clinton confirms that the US’ commitment to this process is designed not to lift up Asia, but to maintain its own hegemony across the region, and around the world.
Clinton then openly admits that the US seeks to exploit Asia’s economic growth:
Harnessing Asia’s growth and dynamism is central to American economic and strategic interests and a key priority for President Obama. Open markets in Asia provide the United States with unprecedented opportunities for investment, trade, and access to cutting-edge technology. Our economic recovery at home will depend on exports and the ability of American firms to tap into the vast and growing consumer base of Asia.
Of course, the purpose of an economy is to meet the needs of those who live within it. The Asian economy therefore ought to serve the needs and interests of Asians – not a hegemonic empire on the other side of the Pacific. Clinton’s piece could easily double as a declaration by England’s King George and his intentions toward emptying out the New World.
And no empire is complete without establishing a permanent military garrison on newly claimed territory. Clinton explains (emphasis added):
With this in mind, our work will proceed along six key lines of action: strengthening bilateral security alliances; deepening our working relationships with emerging powers, including with China; engaging with regional multilateral institutions; expanding trade and investment; forging a broad-based military presence; and advancing democracy and human rights.
And of course, by “advancing democracy and human rights,” Clinton means the continuation of funding faux-NGOs that disingenuously leverage human rights and democracy promotion to politically undermine targeted governments in pursuit of installing more obedient proxy regimes.
The piece is lengthy, and while a lot of readers may be tempted to gloss over some of the uglier, overtly imperial aspects of Clinton’s statement, the proof of America’s true intentions in Asia can be seen clearly manifested today, with the intentional encouragement of provocations between North and South Korea, an expanding confrontation between China and US proxies, Japan and the Philippines, and with mobs taking to the streets in Malaysia in hopes of overturning an election US-proxy Anwar Ibrahim had no chance of winning.
Clean & Fair Elections?
While the battle cry for Anwar Ibrahim, his People’s Alliance, and Bersih have been “clean and fair elections,” in reality, allegations of fraud began long before the elections even started. This was not because Anwar’s opposition party had evidence of such fraud – instead, this was to implant the idea into people’s minds long before the elections, deeply enough to justify claims of stolen elections no matter how the polls eventually turned out.
At one point during the elections, before ballots were even counted, Anwar Ibrahim declared victory - a move that analysts across the region noted was provocative, dangerous, and incredibly irresponsible. Again, there could not have been any evidence that Anwar won, because ballots had not yet been counted. It was again a move meant to manipulate the public and set the stage for contesting Anwar’s inevitable loss – in the streets with mobs and chaos in typical Western-backed color revolution style.
One must seriously ask themselves, considering Anwar’s foreign backers, those backers’ own stated intentions for Asia, and Anwar’s irresponsible, baseless claims before, during, and after the elections – what is “clean and fair” about any of this?
Anwar Ibrahim is a fraud, an overt proxy of foreign interests. His satellite NGOs, including the insidious Bersih movement openly funded by foreign corporate-financier interests, and the equally insidious polling NGO Merdeka who portrays itself as “independent” despite being funded directly by a foreign government, are likewise frauds – drawing in well-intentioned people through slick marketing, just as cigarette companies do.
And like cigarette companies who sell what is for millions essentially a slow, painful, humiliating death sentence that will leave one broken financially and spiritually before ultimately outright killing them, Anwar’s US-backed opposition is also selling Malaysia a slow, painful, humiliating death. Unfortunately, also like cigarettes, well-intentioned but impressionable people have not gathered all of the facts, and have instead have based their support on only the marketing, gimmicks, slogans, and tricks of a well-oiled, manipulative political machine.
For that folly, Malaysia may pay a heavy price one day – but for Anwar and his opposition party today, they have lost the elections, and the cheap veneer of America’s “democracy promotion” racket is quickly peeling away. For now, America has tripped in mid-pivot toward its hegemonic agenda in Asia, with Malaysia’s ruling government providing a model for other nations in the region to follow, should they be interested in sovereignty and independent progress – no matter how flawed or slow it may be.

Friday, May 10, 2013

Comment of the Month!

Happy children grow up to be happy people!

Once in a a while I will post a comment that is worth pondering. such as the one below. As we can see in our multi-racial setting what is suggested worth to be taken into consideration!,


Anonymous said...
I wrote to Kementerian Pendidikan two years ago advising them it's high time Malaysia implement many more integrated-curriculum vernacular schools to slowly replace the 100% vernacular schools. The continuing failure to take up this serious challenge is leading the country into troubling unchartered waters of racial and linguistic polarization.
A friend of mine from one of these integrated sekolah kebangsaan in Cheras is such a bright happy fellow speaking Bahasa Malaysia, Bahasa Mandarin and good English that I was just wowed. He's now a junior manager with Prudential Insurance. He told me that besdies the national curriculum, his school offered 2 other subjects ie. Mandarin language and Chinese civilization, taught in the mother tongue.
Here one finds the best of pluralistic Malaysian cultural integration. Good for the heart and good for the mind as well ...!

May 10, 2013 8:00 AM

Tuesday, May 07, 2013

MCA Chua Soi Lek is so wrong!!

The few good MCA!

"I accept MCA’s losses and the party will not take up any government post at state and federal levels.This was in accordance to the unanimous decision approved at the party’s EGM and unanimously endorsed by the central committee.As the president of MCA, I have to stabilize the party under this difficult condition. I will convene a meeting of the Presidential Council and Central Committee to deliberate a direction of the party following the dismay results.At the same time, I have decided that I will not seek re-election in the upcoming party election." CHUA SOI LEK, MCA president.

Chua Soi Lek is wrong, the seven MCA MPs who won the general elections showed rational thinking Malaysian-Chinese still support BN.
Therefore, I implore the newly sworned prime minister to appoint to his Cabinet some of these seven MCA  members of parliament who won the general elections.
MCA deputy president Datu Seri Liow Tiong Lai who campaign relentlessly in Bentong deserved to be in the Cabinet.  Chua Soi Lek must resign, the dismal performance of the MCA is reflective of his leadership.
Yet he has no locus standi to tell the prime minister that no MCA members of parliament to be included in the new Cabinet.

Monday, May 06, 2013

The next Cabinet line up will determine the outcome of GE14!

Najib, get rid of the zombies!

Some of these previous Cabinet members lost during the recent GE, and some were not contesting...however if you ask me Najib must be bold enough to again drop many more from the previous line up, for new cabinet faces will most definitely be welcomed by Malaysians who believe in BN and voted for it again during the GE13!

Now that the GE13 had been fought and gone I wish the best for Prime Minister Dato' Seri Najib Razak.
The National Front (BN) under his leadership has successfully wrested Kedah from the opposition and strenghtened Perak BN.
While the BN did not fare all that well, seat wise, on this particular elections, as compared to GE12, he did win back two out of five states that were won by the opposition.
Now that the BN is back in power the next few days is crucial as to whom he might chose for his cabinet line up!
Certain issues are beyond good manners, they say, but Najib has to dropped many incumbents to put in new candidates.  We want fresh faces to helm our Cabinet and always remember Sir, you have been given a second chance to lead, and really lead the country, and the people that you choose had better be those acceptable by Malaysians!
As for Anwar Ibrahim, now that you did not it make as as the PM of this country and you promised to quit if the GE13 proved a failure for you to take over, I think you must honour your promise to quit. If not then we have to accept the fact that you are just a man that goes against many things you have promised in the past.
Basically if you go against your word, you are just one of the many convincing liars, and  charlatans, that the world has ever known!   
Also please read Outsyed The Box here! On GE14 Cabinet!

Saturday, May 04, 2013

Tatapi video Rahimi Osman ini sabelum pergi mengundi esok hari 5th May, 2013, ya!

 Bekas pegawai Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI), Rahimi Osman berucap menerangkan mengapa beliau juga meninggalkan boss nya saperti Saiful.

Healthy Skepticism: Anwar’s politicisation of ‘fraud’!

Ptenisnet is like Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim in many ways!
He can find a new career as a porn star!
Majority of his very close PKR friends have left him!  Go figure!
A consumate Fraudster! Yeah!

I came across this must-read interesting article written by a Malaysian-based foreign journalist on how he described Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim's (BABI) ability to politicise everything and anything under the sun.BABI reminds me of this tiny little character in my favourite cartoon comic books "Obelix and Asterix".  

This little pathetic Egyptian character in this comic book (Ptenisnet if I am not mistaken) is a sorry looking guy who became the Gauls' secret weapon.  Just place him in a Roman camp for a day rest assured  the Romans will kill each other due to lies he spread, this character has the ability to turn wild boars into political animal (no pun intended!) just by his silly and stupid antics and convincing ranting!! Ptenisnet was never in touch with his reality!



Healthy Skepticism: Anwar’s politicization of ‘fraud’

Saturday, 4 May 2013

By Nile Bowie

There is no doubt that social-media commentators will not take kindly to the message of this article. Regardless of our political persuasions, those in the electorate should not abandon objectivity when assessing the claims of political orators on both sides of the divide. According to recent polling evaluations conducted by the Merdeka Center, the country is nearly spilt down the middle with respect to May 5th’s decision; the result is too close to call for anyone to make a definitive conclusion. Therefore, some would call Anwar Ibrahim’s recent assertion that only 'massive fraud' would prevent his victory, to be deeply disingenuous and politically irresponsible. This statement presupposes that any election result that yields anything other than Anwar’s victory is: invalid, illegitimate, and fraud. This and other statements made by the opposition leader alienate anyone who votes for Barisan Nasional (nearly half the country, according to independent polls).

For a man who has spoken at length to foreign press about turning Malaysian into a ‘mature democracy’, such a scathing statement utterly fails to communicate these aspirations by demonstrating his willingness to politicize hearsay and disregard polls that claim Barisan has about the same level of support that he enjoys. Anwar and the Pakatan have built their campaign upon the perception that the electoral system is rigged in favor of the incumbent, and in doing that, speculation on opposition news portals has become unquestionable truth for many who get their news through social media. Momentary hysteria ensued following recent allegations that the Electoral Commissions’ indelible ink can be washed off, which was used allege that BN would cheat its way into power by allowing people to submit multiple ballots. This was shortly after debunked by the EC in front of reporters, proving that the indelible ink could not be removed from ones finger despite washing several times using various chemicals and solutions.

Allegations that the Prime Minister’s office was involved in ferrying some forty thousand foreigners to vote on behalf of BN are unsubstantiated and logistically unsound. Bloggers have pointed out several mathematic discrepancies, and that the feat of transporting such a large volume of individuals could not possibly be accomplished with the alleged flights that took place. For all the incompetence credited to the Barisan by the opposition, it is the stuff of tabloids to believe that Malaysian intelligence agents could have recruited forty thousand foreign nationals without such a story leaking months ago, as any scheme would have long been in the making. There are far less obtrusive ways of cheating, and for the BN to attempt such a stunt in the fallout of Project IC is highly implausible. There is no doubt that these allegations should be investigated and the authorities concerned must provide more details to vindicate themselves; however, the opposition leader should have come forward with irrefutable evidence when he initially made the claim before politicizing the (so far unsubstantiated) allegations. Needless to say, if any allegations of fraud are substantiated with evidence, the responsible individual or party must be held accountable.

Skepticism of the opposition leader’s words are held by anyone who is familiar with his history. Anwar’s former allies, including founding members of Parti Keadilan Rakyat who defected, speak in unison when they claim that the opposition leader possess gifted political and communication skills, though many of these individuals cite Anwar’s privy to manipulation, his narcissism and his involvement in money politics and cronyism. Ian Stewart, in his book ‘The Mahathir Legacy: A Nation Divided, a Region at Risk’, writes, “While Anwar’s followers --- as witnessed by myself and other journalists --- were handing out packets of money to acquire the support of UMNO division leaders in his 1993 campaign against Ghafar Baba, Anwar himself was winning over influential people in the party by promising positions in the administration he would form when he took over from Dr. Mahathir.” The goal of a politician is realizing political power. It is imperative that the electorate remains skeptical of allegations from both coalitions.

In this battle of perceptions, the opposition leader has worked tirelessly to create distrust of the electoral process in the minds of voters, and with rhetoric that negates the legitimacy of anything but his own victory, Anwar has set the stage for street protests and political unrest should he loose the election. If the opposition leader cannot wrest power legitimately, the TV cameras of international media will provide ample coverage of Anwar’s plight. Footage of tear gas, water cannons, and any ensuing crackdown would dilute the credibility of a Barisan government, even if it were democratically elected without irregularities. Would that be fair to the hypothetical fifty-one percent of BN voters in such a scenario? Both coalitions are guilty of employing propaganda tactics, and Malaysian voters should remain objective and critical of any politician alleging mass scandals at politically opportune moments.

Nile Bowie is a Malaysia-based political analyst and a columnist with Russia Today. He also contributes to PressTV, Global Research, and CounterPunch. He can be reached at

Shot wild boar thrown inside a mosue compound in Baling!

So we went on this road trip across the country clocking about 1,400 kms from KL to Kuala Kangsar, Lenggong, Grik, Banding and then back down to Pengkalan Hulu near Betong, then to Baling up to Butterworth, Taiping then to Lumut then back to KL.
All along the way the blue wave is more prominent compared to the Pakatan blue-red and PAS green flags.
People were friendly and made no excuses talking about the current government and the possibility of opposition forming a government.
In Grik, at the health department complex, a senior technician born and raised there said unlike the previous elections during his father's and grandfather's time where people were programmed to vote for the ruling party.
"Today I, and many others I am sure, will vote for BN not because I am being programmed, but because I know Pakatan and Pas and DAP cannot rule the country," he said.
He also said the sex video of Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI) and the recent video of Pas Mustapha Ali in a hotel room proved the opposition guys are hypocrite.  These videos are very popular in Grik.
We took a random sampling by stopping at a coffee shop in a town filled with non-blue wave banners, we found out that the opposition candidate did not even show his presence meeting the voters.
"Merekas ni semua tukan karut (they are all useless idiots)," said a pensioner.
After about an hour we paid for the tea and coffee and left happy, and they said to drive carefully.
In Baling yesterday a dead wild boar was thrown into the compound of a mosque over there.
According to the rela member this has to be a work of the DAP, because only they will go out and shoot wild boar, and will do such thing.
"Muslim Malays, be they in the opposition will not do this, this has to be the DAP," said this man.
Well just to show you how desperate and in some places tenser ever since the ele4ctions is just around the corner.
A good friend from Penang said, and confirmed that BABI will lose in Permatang Pauh, and why?: "Well the people there are now beginning to see the light, and majority of them believe that the person in the sex video is really Anwar.
"Most of all they believe Anwar is involved in the recent attacks in Lahad Datu, and they believe by asking foreign militiamen to attack our soil killing our security forces men, is simply an act of treason.  He (Anwar) must be brought to justice when the elections is over," he said.

Thursday, May 02, 2013

Sumpah laknat Saiful di hadapan Kaabah, di Makkah...

Setakat ini Brader Anwar Bin Ibrahim (BABI) belum pernah membuat sumpah laknat yang beliau samemang nya bukan saorang kaki liwat, yang salah dari sisi undang undang Islam.
Tetapi Saiful telah membuat sumpah ini dua kali satu di masjid Wilayah dan satu lagi di Makkah.
Ayah kandung Saiful yang pernah  membuat akuan yang anak nya membohong kepada masyarakat Malaysia mengatakan dia nys tidak pernah di liwati oleh BABI, kemudian salepas itu bapa nya diserang sakit jantung.
Baru baru ini ayah kandung Saiful telah menarik balek dakwaan dan medngesahkan bahawasa anak beliau memang di liwat oleh ketua pembangkang Pakatan.
Fikir lah sabelum mengundi ya!!