Sunday, March 09, 2014
We are all very sad and in time like this there is nothing much that we can say to bring them back alive but to pray and for our thoughts are with the familes and their loved ones. Amin.
Posted by Pasquale at 10:43 AM
Monday, March 03, 2014
|Only the true qualifier can join and we do not need to lower or relax the requirements.|
There's talks about relaxing the requirement to attract Chinese and Indians to join the police force.
This to me is a wrong move,
Malaysians should all go through the standard rules and requirements to join the police force, one is proficient in the national language.
If this news is a political ploy to win Chinese support for the government I don't think this is the right way.
When a segment of out society is living in their own world with their own rules then it is not fair for others.
The Chinese in this country are getting more Chinese than being Malaysians. Chinese-based party DAP is not helping the Chinese youth with its jingoistic stance toward anything Malay.
Key to national unity, the Education system, is a failed system in so far as uniting the people. Unless this is rectified we cannot allow Malaysians who are not proficient in the National language to join the security forces.
IN other ridiculous news story these weeks was a statement made by an MIC cabinet minister Datuk Seri G Palanivel who suggested sewer pipe in Penang should be extended at least 2kms into the sea instead of it is today. He said this will ensure the beach will not be polluted with e-coli contamination.
I have news for everyone, including Palanivel that we must make a conscious efforts to keep our planet, the sea included, clean and safe.
Serious effort must be made by the Penang government to spend money to create a better sewer treatment plants instead of dumping shit into the sea.
Penang must carry that tag line of the Pearl of the Orient again instead of a land fill with untreated human excrement.
P.S. In countries like the US, Canada, New Zealand many immigrants with medical and engineering backgrounds had to drive taxi because they failed in the simple proficiency test,,,namely their inability to express or to articulate themselves in the national language of the land.
Posted by Pasquale at 10:08 AM
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
|Sentencing March 11th...I hope the government is serious about the country's laws and not to be cowed by opposition intimidation!|
Laws are made for a reason. If we do not follow traffic rules there will be accident.
If the laws are being taken lightly society will fail and disintegrate.
Once when a powerful former chief minister of a state, Harun Idris, was found guilty of corruption he was jailed.
When a cabinet minister Mokhtar Hashim was found guilty of murder her was sentenced to death but later commuted to jail sentence. When a deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim was jailed for abused of power, when the laws are very specific. And many mre examples!
Now if Karpal Singh is found guilty of sedition, for insulting a ruler, he must face the music, whether or not he is a prominent lawyer, or a member of parliament.
No outside interference will be tolerated if Karpal is sentenced to jail.
The laws is a deterrent and it is meant to be a mechanism of control so that members of a society will and cannot be allowed to go berserk thus not to threaten or tear to shred the stability of any society.
Going against the laws of the day will mean chaos and anarchy. I hope the security of the country will and shall not be compromised. Karpal Singh may be a powerful lawyer and prominent member of a minority group, but the stress is on the word minority.
If he breaks the law he must be ready for the consequence. People like him cannot be allowed to threaten and dictate the wishes and well being of the majority of Malaysia's law abiding citizens.
No one is above the law not even a perceived powerful lawyer!
Posted by Pasquale at 9:40 AM
Sunday, February 23, 2014
|If these depictions are true Azmin and|
"Semalam, Zuraida melahirkan kekecewaannya berikutan sikap sambil lewa Abdul Khalid yang pada sidang medianya Rabu lalu hanya menjawab 'tiada komen' apabila ditanya pemberita mengenai isu penyiaran gambar lucah dan berita yang mengaitkan Timbalan Presiden PKR, Mohamed Azmin Ali bersama seorang wanita" read more here....
This is an old report about alleged lewd pictures of PKR Wanita Chief Zuraidah Kamaruddin giving PKR V/P a bl#w job in her apartment. What perplexing is her issue seems to have been forgotten, but it should not allowed to be forgotten.
This Zuraidah, whose parents are both Indonesians, is a politician from Ampang she appears to have a very dubious background getting richer each day as a politician, is spinning and lying again in view of the up-coming by-election.
People should and must be reminded ya!
Posted by Pasquale at 12:46 PM
Friday, February 14, 2014
|If this is indeed you Anwar Ibrahim than it is definitely immoral...and dont you dare wish Happy Valentine's Day to your loved ones!|
Wan Azizah please ask your husband and Nurul your father whether this picture is real or not.
A series of photo grab above is purportedly that of Brother Anwar Bin Ibrahim in a room with a Chinese prostitute.
I hope they are fake and if not he should be banished from our hearts and minds and but of course the chauvinist Chinese in Kajang will definitely vote for him because they saw a chance to rule Malaysia via this evil and immoral and an unscrupulous person who has been cheating and conning Malaysians, especially the Malays, forever.
Reject him if we still want Malaysia to be a multi-racial and to be ruled by the BN.
P.S. As for those people living on borrowed time and critical of Najib's administration to stop making silly innuendos about equating kangkung and simpleton thus referring to the prime minister.
The truth of the matter is it is easy for people living on borrowed time, like two former newspaper editors, and a former finance minister who was in cahoot with another politician also living on borrowed time for they both sold Malaysia's land to Singapore, to criticise a working prime minister.
Lest we forget these people made it easy in their life while in power squandering the largess and they now have the audacity to take a pot shots at Najib who trying to liberalise the system and to wean Malaysians from crutches in order to face the world.
My father use to say "if you have nothing good to say about a good person or to anybody just shut your mouth".
My advise to PM's ardent critics who live on borrowed time to think before they open their gap, the last leg of your lives should be made to good use.
P.P.S. Oh yes forgot to tell you, the government have no extra money to dish out just to sustain your lifestyle..? You all know who I am referring to!
Posted by Pasquale at 12:21 PM
Monday, February 10, 2014
Wednesday, February 05, 2014
Not many Malaysians are aware or many just chose to ignore it, but Prime Minister Najib is trying to tell us that the rules of the day are not the same anymore.
He sets to empower us to think in the right direction and not to be molly coddled by the system to death with more goodies or more "affirmative actions" but to set us free for once and for all.
The era of Asia's dangerous strongman nostalgia, or if I may add, syndrome, has got to go if we want this country to positively stride farward and with pride as Malaysians.
Read the article by the Bloomberg below and try to stay focused when reading it. Maybe we can see what Najib, as a good and fair prime minister, is trying to do...to wean us all from the crutches syndrome, the most dangerous of all social addcitions. Hope this is read with good intention for you all. No nasty comments will be entertained!
ASIA’S DANGEROUS STRONGMAN NOSTALGIA (Bloomberg view)
Indonesia is growing at 6 percent, has rejoined the ranks of investment-grade nations, and after decades under the corrupt and repressive Suharto, has reaffirmed its place as the world’s third-largest democracy. Yet somehow enough Indonesians remember the Suharto years fondly that his Golkar Party has hopes of regaining power in upcoming elections. Golkar isn’t alone in trying to exploit nostalgia for past strongmen (and -women). India’s Congress Party is trying to squeeze any remaining good feelings about the Nehru-Gandhi period (from 1947 to about 1989) to elevate lackluster heir apparent Rahul Gandhi. Even as China’s Xi Jinping pushes ahead with market reforms, he continues to pay homage to Communist icon Mao Zedong (1949-1976). Thais are destroying their economy rather than cut off support for tycoon Thaksin Shinawatra (2001-2006) and his sister Yingluck. Many Malaysians wax sentimental about the boom days of Mahathir Mohamad (1981-2003). Japanese are indulging Shinzo Abe’s dangerous stroll down memory lane […] The Mahathir schmaltz pervading Malaysia recalls the days when GDP there, too, soared. But the insular and jury-rigged system of affirmative action, national champions and fat subsidies over which Mahathir presided now holds the economy back. The Malaysian leader also had a tendency to embarrass his nation on the international stage with his nutty anti-Semitic tirades. Malaysians must find fresh inspiration by looking forward, not back to 1990. Read more here...
Posted by Pasquale at 5:40 PM