Friday, December 31, 2010

Communists are all the same

It's time for PKR and gay bashing again. Let's start.

“In 1997, when I was opposition MP and when Anwar was deputy prime minister and finance minister, Azizan Abu Bakar, Umi Hafilda Ali, Dr Ristina (Majid) and a few others turned up at my Kuala Lumpur legal office complaining of an allegation of sodomy on Azizan by Anwar.

“To me, this was a very serious allegation which required investigation. So, I publicly, in Parliament, demanded there be an investigation into the allegation,” he said in a statement.

However, I am not surprised that yesterday Karpal swiftly issued a contradictory statement, that the remarks then did not mean or imply that he had prior knowledge of the opposition leader's alleged involvement in "the ongoing sodomy trial which was not even in existence then".

I will say this is a politician talking, denying what he had known all along. Karpal will be using this against Anwar Ibrahim if ever he succeeded in getting Anwar off the hook in the latter's sodomy 2 case and if ever, God forbids, Anwar do become the Prime Minister of Malaysia.

We have to work hand in hand to stop that from ever happening because surely we don't want to suffer the same fate as those people in Sodom as foretold in the Quran where the Earth had been turned upside down because of Allah's wrath had befallen them due to their indulgence in sodomy or unnatural sexual acts.

For me, it's just as simple as this. If Allah wants men to fuck other men, why would he be creating Eve for Adam? Think about that for once.

Can we say that animals ever indulges in those kinds of weird sexual acts? Have we seen a Tom Cat riding on another Tom Cat? No! So, those weirdos who indulges in it are worst than animals.

Folks! Surely we had all watched series or movies about lawyers and their clients. They have a lawyer client confidentiality clause just like it is between a doctor and his patient.

So, even though Anwar might have divulged everything including the fact that he did sodomised Saiful Bukhari, Karpal Singh has a responsibility towards his client. He is not going to go around blasting Anwar about it. Furthermore, surely he is getting paid handsomely for his services as Anwar's defence lawyer.

The year is ending smoothly with another good news in which PKR has now lost control of Malaysian Trades Union Congress this week. Jolly good!

In addition to that, Padang Serai MP, N. Gobalakrishnan had been criticising about the de facto leader's stranglehold over PKR and the treatment as if PKR is a communist party.

The biggest fallback for Anwar Ibrahim has been nothing other than Wikileaks. Go Wikileaks go!

The biggest hypocrite

A rose would smell just as sweet by any other name

Touchy! Touchy! Someone is a bit too sensitive. Man up! Don't whine like a tranvestite on heat.

I am referring to the news below.
National team should be called Harimau Malaysia not Harimau Malaya - Jahid

TUARAN Dec 30 — Sabah assistant minister of Youth and Sports Datuk Jahid Jahim who congratulated the national team for the AFF Suzuki Cup win, however, was disappointed with the use of Harimau Malaya to refer the Malaysian team.

Jahid added that he had received numerous calls from youth organizations in the state, condemning the use of “Harimau Malaya or Singa Malaya” (Malaya Tiger or Malaya Lion).

"Being the assistant minister of Youth and Sports, the youth of the state have been calling me to express their disappointment over the use of Harimau Malaya to refer the national football team instead of Harimau Malaysia.

"I feel there is a basis to their feelings since it does not portray the ideals of the 1Malaysia concept introduced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak...Harimau Malaysia should have been used,” he told reporters here today.

Jahid who is also the Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) Youth Chief said the mainstream media, especially the editors, should be more responsible when using such sensitive words since “Malaya” literally omitted Sabah and Sarawak.

He added that though it was not a major issue since it was only used to refer the national team that played in the AFF Suzuki Cup, the impact and sensitivity can become a big factor.

Before you fly off the handle Datuk Jahid Jahim, sir, you should get your facts straight. Otherwise people will laugh at your ignorance since you are the Sabah assistant minister of Youth and Sports. You give the rest of the Datuks a bad name. Shame on you!

Again, this corroborates with what I had thought all along, that Ministers or Deputy Ministers or Assistant Ministers are not as clever as people seems to think they are.

The fact is that, most of the clever people or the geniuses have lots of work to do and don't have time to whine like a baby. That's why most of them are not Ministers.

Just because they are ministers, it does not automatically make them Einstein. They sure have to read a lot and mingle with people. Do it like Datuk Seri Najib.

Don't sit on your ass all day long like a lazy fat pig. Ministers or Deputy Ministers or Assistant Ministers for that matter should work harder than the rest of us lay person here because you get paid 5 or 10 times more than us.

Moreover, on top of that, you get all kinds of allowance the rest of us should be so grateful if we can get it. So, work like mad before voters like us vote someone else in. We are watching you closely like a hawk.

You should serve us the taxpayers, by working, not by whining, because we are actually the ones who are paying your salary. Don't you ever forget that. I will kick your ass if you whine like a girl again.

"Harimau Malaya" or the Malayan Tiger is a name of a sub species of a tiger. It has nothing to do with deliberately ousting Sabah or Sarawak from Malaysia. So, don't be over sensitive and sulk like a gay boy!

"Harimau Belang" is its other name, found in the southern and central parts of the Malay Peninsula, is a subspecies of tiger found in Thailand and Malaysia.

If you don't believe what I had said, you can read it for yourself in the Wikipedia.

By the way, you do know how to read, don't you Datuk Jahid?

Let us move forward with PPSMI

Those who opposes PPSMI are truly one sandwich short of a picnic. This definitely means that I am all for PPSMI because I see the good in what the policy will bring compared to the detractors of this wonderful policy.

Yes, there are pros and cons in everything but if there are more pros than cons in this policy, why should you be the one who would undermine it thus being a traitor of your own race by oppossing it?

This policy is for the good of our people, the Malays specifically and for the Malaysians in general. Think for once. Generally, the majority of the Malays can only converse and write well in Malay. They cannot speak or write well in English, especially the younger generations.

Remember about the graduates who cannot get jobs until now because they cannot answer their job interview well? Don't deny it because it does happen.

Last June, Raja Zarith Sofiah Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah had delivered a royal lecture at the 19th Malaysian English Language Teaching Association or better known as Melta International Conference.

Malaysia in comparison to China and Indonesia which had been catching up fast in becoming more proficient in the command of the English language, had fallen far behind and moving in the opposite direction.

Raja Zarith said that many are reluctant to participate in international conferences due to having no confidence in speaking up and writing reports in English and one of the ways to boost their confidence in speaking in English is by asking them to regularly present in front of the class.

With good command of the language, she said that the language can be used to communicate the peaceful religion of Islam and correct the stereotypes and misconceptions about Muslims and Islam post-9/11.

Malaysian Muslims can then tell the world that we do not prescribe to the doctrine of terrorism.

I want to share this eye-catching article I had found with my readers about a father's positive experience of PPSMI in Math & Science in English.

I provide for you the statistics of the number of pupils who had answered their UPSR exams for the year 2008 and 2007.

In 2008, the number of pupils who answered totally in English for Science are 31.1%. Those who answered in Malay are 16.5% whereas the candidates who answered in a mix of English and Malay are 52.4%.

For 2007, only 18.2% of the students answered in a mix of Malay and English in 2007.

For the Mathematics paper, for 2008 UPSR, 53.4% of the pupils had answered in a mix of Malay and English in comparison to 10.5% in 2007.

A significant increase can be seen in the competency of the pupils in answering the questions in English thus proving that we reap what we sow.

Those students are amongst the first batch of students who followed the PPSMI programme in 2003 from Year 1.

This is such a disturbing news because the world is now being propogated with globalisation which means anyone can enter any country which is now borderless and if you cannot even talk in English, how are you going to compete with those people who can speak in 4 or even 5 languages?

The upper hand will be the other races here because they can speak their mother tongue; either the Chinese language or the Tamil language plus the Malay and English language unlike the Malays who can only speak Malay.

Tun Dr Mahathir had given us a challenge when he proposes PPSMI which means that he has the trust in us that we, the Malays can rise to his challenge and do it with flying colours if we really put our minds into it.

Harimau Malaya had won AFF-Suzuki Cup after 14 years of failure and if they can do it, so can the students provided that they work hard to excel in PPSMI.

In conclusion, it is an understatement to say that pupils cannot learn Mathematics and Science in English effectively because as the Malay saying goes "Melentur buluh biarlah dari rebungnya".

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year

I would like to wish my readers Happy Holidays and Happy New Year.

To those going back to their hometowns, don't drink and drive.