Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Hooray. Malaysia had won the Suzuki Cup.

Congratulations Malaysia for winning the AFF-Suzuki Cup 2010.

9.53 PM Malaysia had won by the aggregate point 4-2.

Read more about it in Utusan Malaysia, here and

Keep up the good work! Malaysia boleh!

AFF Suzuki Final

Good luck to Malaysia in AFF Cup at Stadium Gelora Bung Karno. Malaysia Boleh!

Malaysia's honour had to be redeemed to it's former glory.

We don't have to win by playing dirty tricks like Indon did to us previously when they had won 5-0.

Anwar's at the end of his rope

Al Juburi is his name, suing people is his game.

New Straits Times dated 28th January 2006 had published an article titled "Dr M sued by Anwar for defamation".

Anwar alleged Dr Mahathir uttered defamatory statements at a Press conference in Suhakam's premises here last September, and it was reported in the Singapore Business Times, Straits Times, Singapore, The Age, Melbourne, Associated Press, Associated French Press, Harakah online and Malaysiakini.

He also claimed that the offending words were televised widely by ANN Singapore and several Japanese media and other television and radio stations worldwide.

He claimed the defamatory words meant he was a homosexual, he engaged in activities contrary to Islam, he was a pervert, unfit to hold political or any office, had criminal tendencies and was dangerous to Malaysian society.

Why don't you sue all of the above newspapers as well since they had been the ones who reported the statement?

On December 13th, 2010, The Star had published a report on "Anwar is on Wikileaks".

The Sydney Morning Herald reported yesterday that the cable, dated November 2008, revealed that Singaporean intelligence officials told their Australian counterparts that based on their “technical intelligence” Anwar had indeed been guilty of the conduct he was accused of.

The cable also stated that Australia’s Office of National Assessments had concluded, with the agreement of Singaporean officials, that “it was a set-up job and he (Anwar) probably knew that, but walked into it anyway.”

Anwar is also so thrilled to sue his prodigy, Khairy Jamaluddin on 20th February, 2008 in which the latter remarks at a ceramah in Lembah Pantai entitled "Anwar and kin no threat'.

The suit was filed at RM100 million.

We cannot be fooled by their disgusting acts as if they hated each other so much when in fact they admire each other like lovers in the phrase of a honeymoon.

Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong had also been sued by Anwar for RM10 million on April 18, 2008 for allegedly uttering defamatory words in Wee's campaign at a ceramah in the Machap by-election in 2007.

The latest is a RM10 million defamation suit against academician and Just World Movement president Dr Chandar Muzaffar where the High Court had set February 23rd for case management.

Anwar had sued Chandra on 6th March 2008 over his alleged defamatory remarks at a forum at Menara Star in Petaling Jaya on 3rd March 2008 which had been published in newspapers.

Go Anwar go. Sue everyone on this planet because all seems to be conspiring to bring you down.

Don't we forget the bigger issue here which is the SODOMY 2 case which is still ongoing.

He is just suing everyone so that people will forget the real issue which is he did sodomised Saiful Bukhari Azlan.

Bribery kills

Read the letter from Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye to The Star.
Transport tragedies can affect tourist arrivals

A WEEK ago tragedy struck when a bus ferrying tourists hit a divider and overturned on its way down from Cameron Highlands resulting in 28 deaths, all but two of whom were Thai nationals.

And now another tragedy has taken place – this time involving a boat carrying about 30 holiday makers which capsized while heading to the Tanjung Laman jetty from a fishing platform in Pulau Sibu near Mersing.

Three Singaporeans died while another two are missing according to the authorities involved in rescue operations.

What was shocking and unacceptable was the fact that initial investigation revealed that the boat was carrying more than the permitted 12 passengers and no one on board had a life jacket on.

Safety has taken another severe blow and this has serious implication not only for public safety but also our tourism industry.

These tragedies can give rise to the perception that holidaying in Malaysia is not safe.

It is hard to imagine how the boat operator had failed to comply with a basic safety requirement.

All this goes to show that good safety practices are still lacking despite the fact that we have the necessary laws to provide for it.

The public transport sector needs to buck up and improve its safety record.

These operators must take full responsibility to ensure the safety of all its passengers.

We must all be committed to make Malaysia a safe country – safe not only from crime and violence but also from man-made tragedies involving public transport operators.

Kuala Lumpur.
The authorities must conduct checks regularly with the bus operators to ensure that their vehicles are in a spick and span condition.

Do not accept bribe and approve the checking because you have blood on your hand for your corruption.

Bus operators who illegally modified the busses or allow more passenger to board beyond the approved limit are scoundrels which should be brought to justice because they put the passengers lives at stake due to their irresponsible act.

This is due to accidents involving busses that are becoming more and more often. We can read about it every other week. This is becoming serious. People are dying, for God's sake!

You just don't care because it is not a member of your family who died. If it's your wife or your children, you will bring the responsible party to justice.

The condition of the busses, the driver's condition of whether he is too sleepy or speeding while driving or if he is high on drugs should not be exempted.

Come on! Don't tell me you have never been intimidated by a speeding bus whose driver are driving like a drunken maniac, which followed your vehicle closely as if they want to run over you.

The same can be said about lorries. Those drivers are crazy because they think they can be road-bullies just because they are driving large transport.

On Dec 26, a double-decker express bus was involved in an accident at KM363 of the new Raub-Bentong road in which six passengers were injured.

On Dec 20, a high-decked tour bus was involved in a horrific accident at KM15 of the Cameron Highlands-Simpang Pulai road, killing 28 people, mostly Thai tourists.

Another reason for this could be that the officers in charge could be taking bribes and letting the bus operators do whatever they want to their busses at the expense of the safety of the passengers.

I am not accusing anyone here but this could be one of the reason.

This is after the exposure by Transport Workers Union (TWU) secretary-general, Datuk Zainal Rampak who said that the usage of imitation spare parts is among the main causes of the road accidents involving express busses.

If this is one of the reasons, then the authorities should bring forward those responsible in allowing this to happen; the bus operator, or the authorities that could ignore this even though the officers in charge are aware of what is happening because if Datuk Zainal Rampak exposes this, surely there had been complaints about this before which had been ignored or hushed up because the people involved have their interest at stake, so to hell if some people have to die.

The Land Public Transport Commission (LPTC) is contemplating regulating express and tour buses in terms of its speed limiter, magnetic brake or retarder, seat belts for passengers and higher standard of bus body construction.

Too late because too many people had lost their lives due to your incompetence. The family involved in the accident should sue the bus operators until they are bancrupt for being so irresponsible and ignoring the safety of the passengers just to save a few bucks.

In Malaysia, the authority only takes action when these kind of tragedy happens. If it didn't happen, they would still be complacent and just let things slide through. Get busy and do your work instead of relaxing in the office, will you?

It's high time for a Treason Act in Malaysia

Over and over again I had made a call for the Members of Parliament to present a law on espionage or Treason Act.

Till now I don't see anything on that.

Read the news below published in AP and republished in New Straits Times.
Iran hangs man spying for Israel

TEHRAN: Iran’s official news agency says authorities have hanged an Iranian man convicted of spying for the country’s archenemy Israel.

The report by IRNA identifies the man as Ali Akbar Siadati and says he was hanged on Tuesday morning in Tehran’s Evin prison. Earlier in the week, Iran’s judiciary had announced that a spy for Israel would be executed soon.

IRNA says Siadati was arrested in 2008 and accused of providing Israel with classified information on Iran’s military capabilities. The report also says he began his alleged espionage activities in 2004. There were no details on how Siadati obtained the classified information.

Espionage is punishable by death under Iranian law. In 2008, Iran hanged another Iranian convicted of spying for Israel. - AP

This was what I had written previously a few months back. It can be read here.

Read more about the lies by Anwar Ibrahim at 12 dalil ucapan Anwar yang bercanggah.