Sunday, 12 December 2010

Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Cruise ship for World Cup accommodation-- that's interesting.




DUBAI - Qatar plans to use a cruise ship for accommodation when it hosts the soccer World Cup in 2022 but will need more short-term alternatives to avoid adding to an already oversupplied hotel market, analysts said on Monday.

Some 400,000 fans plus the 32 competing teams and a huge media following will descend on the tiny Gulf state in 12 years time, when it becomes the first Arab country to host the world's largest soccer competition.

"There are plans to double the supply of rooms in hotels and guest apartments by 2022 to cover the everyday requirements of an economy that is expected to continue growing strongly," the world's governing soccer body said in its official report on the evaluation of the Qatari bid.


Qatar proposes "more than 240 different properties" mostly in the four-star category but also several in the three and five-star category and a few two-star properties, it said.

Of this number, 100 are existing hotels, villages and compounds with more than 44,000 rooms, while a further 140 properties are expected to be built, including a cruise ship project in Al-Wakrah with 6,000 rooms, FIFA said.

Hotel occupancy rates in Qatar are currently fairly low, which is indicative of oversupply, analysts say.


"Qatar will have to grow its hotel supply but I would be cautious on how they will do this," said Jalil Mekouar, managing director, hotels, Middle East & Africa at Jones Lang LaSalle.

"There are already fears of oversupply of hotel rooms in Qatar and with the World Cup effect lasting two or three months only, it is important to consider what to do with this hotel supply when the event is over," he said.

Alternative solutions would be using hotel supply from neighbouring Gulf Arab countries such as Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates which are only one hour's flight away.

Temporary budget hotels that could be dismantled after the event could also be explored, he said.


Jones Lang LaSalle estimates Qatar's current room supply at 9,200 rooms and expects an aditional 2,000 rooms in 2011 and another 3,000 in 2012.

JP Grobbelaar, Colliers International director of research, estimates Qatar has around 10,000 rooms, a total which is set to rise to 17,000 by the end of 2011.

"In the World Cup in South Africa, a lot of people committed their homes to guest accommodation of they leased their homes out for the duration of the World Cup," Grobbelaar said. "But this is unlikely to happen in Qatar and if it does, it won't be on the same scale."

My say to this?  Smart move...

Monday, 6 December 2010

Malaysia teen bride holds public celebration-- Malaysia.

Hmmmm...at 30 years of age, i never even consider of getting married nor have any kids.
I wonder what this child had in her mind....whatmore the parents'?

1. Avoiding sinful life maybe?
2. Having legalised sex maybe?
3. Being exposed to sexual desires two to three years prior to this wedding maybe?


....on the lighter side, i remember reading this news from one China news agency long time ago. It was about this couple in some rural area in the northern province, who had gotten married for the past 3 years (?..or so, i cant really remember the detail).
They had been trying to have baby but failed until one day they were suggested to visit their local family-planning agency, and was later discovered that the man, all the while had been entering her fro m the back side!!

Hahahaha....see, even though this story i read, was like some 13 or fourteen years ago, but i really cant forget about it. This is one sure thing we human should take heed. Obliviousness can resulted in many many unfavourable situations.
What more can you expect out of a kid who is just 14 years of age. And the following thing that would come , being typical MALAY, they'd surely consummate their marriage ASAP, and don't be surprised she'd be expecting by first quarter of 2011.

Inject some senses in you people!


Saturday, 4 December 2010

Mossad sees Qatar as 'real problem'?

Mossad sees Qatar as 'real problem' .


By AFP

DOHA - The chief of Israel's spy agency Mossad warned the United States that Qatar, which is to host the 2022 football World Cup, poses "a real problem," in a US diplomatic cable published by WikiLeaks on Friday.

It says Meir Dagan issued the warning in a July 12 meeting with a senior US counter-terrorism official, Francis Fragos Townsend.

Qatar's emir, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, tries to please all parties in the Middle East, including Syria, Iran and the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas, to underline its independence while hosting a major US base, he said.

The result is that he is "annoying everyone," according to Dagan, who pointed to frequent fallout from damaging coverage of Arab states by Qatar's satellite news channel Al-Jazeera.

The station could even provoke the Middle East's next war because Arab leaders hold Sheikh Hamad personally responsible for the coverage, according to the Mossad chief.

"I think you (the United States) should remove your bases from there ... seriously," Dagan, who retires in December, is quoted as saying. "They have confidence only because of the US presence."

Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad al-Thani, chief executive of the Qatar 2022 bid committee, told reporters in Zurich on Thursday after the World Cup announcement that his country would also host Israel if it qualifies for the finals.

The gas-rich Arab state, which does not have diplomatic ties with Israel, will respect the rules of FIFA, world football's governing body, and not discriminate against any participants in the finals, he said.


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Bloody Isrealis are true Dajjal.
Urging and hoping the US to pull away the US base in the country will enable them to attack this oil rich nation -- what an excuse!

And, that is another reason why Obama came out with silly statement yesterday that Qatar should be awarded the WC2022 hosting. And amazingly there aren't any further coverage on that statement....

Go to hell Zionist!!
It pains your asses to see an Islamic nation hosting such a big sporting game. It shows that you're truly unsporting nation.

Friday, 3 December 2010

Qatar will host 2022 World Cup.


Qatar brings 2022 World Cup to Mideast.

Dang!

Whilst I had the confident that Qatar won't be able to win this bid after their attempted 2016 Olympic bid launched sometime in October 2007, where me and the family join in the cheering crowds -- okay, more of to watch the fireworks at the Doha corniche, it was somehow not impossible to think that this tiny country would be able to bring back the winning of this bid.

Qatar will be the smallest host nation and the first in the Arab region to host the gigantic game of football celebrated worldwide every four years. It was the second smallest nation to host the game after Uruguay in 1930.

And yes siree....they've got the money no doubt about it!
Barrels of it and this winning will definitely gave more exposure and limelight on the country.
As an expat here, I'm expecting more developments coming in the pipeline for the next many years, which, even on the smaller scale if one observed and compare it's development to three years ago -- it is easily noticed from increased of vehicles and people in malls and verywhere.
Their estimated populations of 1.2 mil three years ago had jumped to current 1.7 million.
And of course....traffic jams.

Here are some of the facts that enable Qatar to win the bid, in my opinion;

1. The total cost of the construction and renovation is estimated at around $3 billion for new and current stadiums. They submitted a budget of $645.5 million to run the Confederations Cup in 2021 and the World Cup the following year. It projects a total number of 2,869,000 tickets will go on sale.

2. Over the next five years, the country will build a $25 billion rail network, an $11 billion new airport, a $5.5 billion new deep water seaport and a $1 billion crossing linking the new airport with mega-projects in the northern part of the capital, Doha. It will also spend an additional $20 billion on new roads.

"Budget is not a constraint," said Jamal Al-Kaabi, manager of roads and drainage at Ashgal, Qatar's Public Works Authority. (I love this statement...)

3. Although Qatar has been eager to display a liberal and welcoming image to inspectors and media during recent months, the sale of alcohol and the possibility of rowdy behaviour from World Cup fans are likely to be a significant hurdle in an Islamic country where public drunkenness is prohibited.
Bid representatives have said alcohol will be allowed in designated areas throughout the tournament.

4. Although the tournament is played during the two hottest months of the year, bid organisers said the heat would not be an issue thanks to climate-controlled, zero-carbon-emitting stadiums. (This, which I'm sure me and the family wont be around here anymore, would be very interesting to experience....their adverts in local tele mentioned innovative cooled stadiums -- WC will roughly be organised in June, the hottest month of the summer)

Well done Qatar!...although I don't really enjoy living here...har har har.




Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Freedom fight for Saudi women?

'No need' for women to cover up -Saudi police.


By AFP

JEDDAH - A Saudi religious police commander criticised the kingdom's ban on gender mixing on Tuesday and said women did not have to veil their faces to applause from his female audience.

Sheikh Ahmed al-Ghamdi, outspoken head of the Mecca branch of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, also said there was nothing in Islam to prevent women from driving, despite the Saudi ban on the practice.

"There is a difference in interpretation of the (Koranic) verse... which leads some scholars to rule that the whole body must be covered ... However other scholars approve showing the face, hands and elbows. And some even okayed the hair," he said.

He said the kingdom's mixing ban should be applied only to men and women meeting in secret, not in public places -- a rule normally enforced by the religious police.

Islam "orders a woman to cover her body to allow her to participate in social life, not to prevent her from doing so," he said.
The women in the audience, all clad in the all-black shroud-like abaya they must wear, broke out in applause.

Ghamdi, who was mysteriously fired and reinstated in April after breaking ranks with the religious police to endorse mixing, was speaking at a conference on "Women's Participation in National Development", where the hot issue was the barriers posed by Saudi Arabia's ultra-strict ban on women working.

Because Saudi women are not permitted to mix with unrelated men, must have a male guardian and are not permitted to drive, there are huge limitations on their employment opportunities.

Recently, top religious officials strongly objected to a labour ministry effort to allow Saudi women to work as cashiers in supermarkets.

Labour Minister Adel Fakieh said on Tuesday that 200,000 women in the kingdom, or 44 percent of the workforce, were unemployed, and that of them 157,000 had degrees above the level of high school.

"The unemployed women are educated above high school, while unemployed men mostly don't have degrees," he said.

Meanhwile, the country's sole female minister, Deputy Education Minister Noura al-Fayez, also came in for criticism for not having achieved much in terms of women's educational advancement and opportunities.

She urged the audience of Saudi women to have patience, and told them she could do little about certain issues, like the high accident rate for rural women teachers who must travel great distances to work because they are not permitted to live away from their families.

On Monday, King Abdullah's daughter Princess Adela bint Abdullah said a greater effort was needed to provide jobs for Saudi women.

"Women's participation (in the workforce) is behind expectation. A society cannot walk with a limping leg," she said.

Monday, 22 November 2010

Woman defying Saudi driving ban dies in crash.




Woman defying Saudi driving ban dies in crash.




Saudi Arabia follows a strict interpretation of Islam. Sexes are segregated in
schools and public places. Women are not allowed to drive or vote.


Women not allowed to drive has got nothing to do with the religion but only an interpretation of human and Saudi's authorities.
When human are banned from doing something that other folks of the same sex around the world are allowed to do, they'll tend to break the law -- whatmore when these people are living in the millennium.

And although women are substandard in the eyes of those from that side of the world, Islam has never segregate them and dictate that they are not allowed to perform what required of them such as the right to vote. They even contributed their energy and usefulness in wars during the Prophet Muhammad (saw) crusade to spread his teaching of Islam.

If women are so futile and incapable in the eyes of Islam, then he could have just banned them from following his entourage, and stay at home mending the house and children.
Even his first wife is a successful business women and he was one of her worker.

Saturday, 20 November 2010

Maid or slave?

Body of Indonesia maid found in Saudi garbage.



Too many, human rights groups say, face slavery-like conditions, torture, sexual
abuse and even death


Sometimes I do not know how to feel reading this sort of news on domestic helpers being abused or quelled.
I remember reading news early this year about one Indonesian maid killed by her employer because it seems that she cast a spell on the employer's son. I guess they either found out that the son was going head over heels over her which is a definite no-no or maybe it is true that she did what she did, because knowingly, Indonesian maid are not all saint. Most of them.

I dare not comment more because even back in my homeland Malaysia, there were cases where maids were abused and even died out of torture. However the latter would be very very rare.
But when it come to this part of the globe, the percentage is much more higher.
I'm guessing, after being live and watch and had small chat with some helpers while tending children at play-area in some malls, it is in their blood. The Arabs, i mean.

It is them when it comes to being lack of respect to other people.
It is them when it comes to acting like that because they had, ever since thousands years BC been introduced to some kind of help known then as 'slavery'; where the masters own their body and soul.
And also through historical stories, we come to understand that some of these slaves will be made free after perhaps they've done something extremely worthy for the master. For an example when one black slave (this during the Prophet Muhammad s.a.w period when Battle of Uhud took place) where he was promised freedom by his lady-master Hind bint Utbah if he managed to kill Muhammad's uncle Hamza ibn ‘Abd al-Muttalib, and he did.

No doubt slavery existed in all races and other part of the world.
One very known people having use slaves was the American land-owners and rich people whom had their slaves shipped from Africa to do the plantations and whatnots.

But the difference between these two nations and the people are their attitude towards another human being.
And obviously, their mentality.

The use of helper is so profoundly seen and adapted in the middle east household. One can occasionally see tall able-bodied men (of course the women would definitely bring along their maid for little grocery shopping) acquire the help to carry two medium sized plastic bags from the shop to his car...while his hands are empty!
And yet some of them still failed to understand that the human that they pay to help around the house and taking care of their notorious kids are not slave -- but were mere poor ladies from another region seeking some money to be sent home to enable their poor parents and family better living, which they can't be able to find even back in their own country.

Truthfully, I empathised with them maids, although I felt this should served them right too, especially the government per se.
When it comes to threatening the neighbouring countries (usually my country) on issues such as this, although happens very rare -- but they'd make it look so horrifying bad to the extend allowing the 'freedom' by their authorities to conduct some blistering actions towards the bilateral relationship including threats on calling-back all their women working in Malaysia as maid and hoping to left Malaysia with no source of choice. If this is not enough, they'd create some other reasons just to prove a point...including burning of flags etc.

Now, I'm eager to see whether they'd dare enough to create those uncalled for scenes in front of the Saudi's or other Middle East embassies and offices or not.

HAR HAR HAR


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Now, what really made me laughed was perhaps some idiots doesn't really know how this creepy yet facinating facebook works.

See, if you have any intentions of doing something bad or illegal at all, then the first thing you should do is making sure that your bloody profile is not known to those whom you intend to cheat or do bad things onto....i.e.

So, let's take a look at this poor little chap from Bangladesh.
He sent this hoax email on some Microsoft winning to certain list of people, but i reckon he didn't know that his is actually allow the sharing of his facebook profile with his email address.

Thus here we can so clearly see the face of one dumb cheater-- whom i'd strongly advice take special courses from his African counterpart clever in this sort of fraud before venturing in the business....

Har har har.....


Prince William and Kate plan royal wedding.

.....and there it goes for all Brits.
From now on there'd be nothing important than this till couple's wedding day!
Im sure businesses has started printing tea towels, mugs and you-name-it souvniers with the couples' faces on it.

Such a big deal.

Saturday, 13 November 2010

Sponsorship system in Qatar.

Qatar may scrap work sponsorship system.



Qatar and Saudi Arabia are the only states in the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council that have not held legislative elections, although municipal elections have been held in both countries.




High time for them to start being reasonable towards the workers and this hopefully will come with a more thorough and non-prejudice industrial laws that would gives employees every opportunity to state of their rights.

Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Double Bill

What can you say about it.
It was a double bill for Indonesia.
The twin disasters which happened just hours apart was beyond any human control.
Whatmore when the world's largest archipelago is situated in one of the most seismically active regions on the planet.Living surrounding there would mean; expect the unexpected.

The eruption of Mount Merapi(or Fire Mountain) which last erupted in 1994, followed by swirl of tsunami swooping away Mentawai's island chain near Padang remote area killing at least 113 people. I think the Indonesian government must at least know how to take care of their people, especially those 'ganyang Malaysia' lots, whom had never failed creating reasons for trouble against the two country every now and then.

I'm looking forward to watch and see what is Malaysia humanitarian assistance this time.
And to watch whether the Indonesian government could at least know how to say thanks in the future should those uncalled for tension arises created by some Malaysia haters by perhaps showing it's respect for bilateral relationship by rounding up those arse. I especially cannot forget watching those protesters wiped shits on the Malaysian embassy wall and burn our flag.


Feeling empathy towards those people?
Nah. Not at all.
Everyone will die somehow. And it is their fate to die in such a manner. I mean in the first place who would be so dumb enough to build houses near such 'angry old' volcano and by beach when they know that they're bound to be swallow by the sea water any given day or year.


God be with you Indonesia.

Paul the 'psychic' octopus dies

Damn!

There goes Paul.
Died with pride. And whatdaya know, he'll be given a special funeral and shrine. Bet his species will definitely look-up upon him and his achieved fame, thus giving them the octopus of the sea some boost and dream of becoming the next Paul.
Well you octopussy folks ~ ya'all got another three (?) more year to make yourself like him.

Well...looks like the next WC will definitely be sombre, unless some brilliant reptile or insects can give prediction as good as Pauly.

Tuesday, 26 October 2010

Money is Honey

Selangor searching for 'missing' RM977.7m



The Selangor State Treasury formed a Task Force Committee in May to probe why
outstanding transactions over six to seven months, totalling RM977.7 million,
could not be matched in the accounts.
This was revealed in the 2009 Auditor-General's Report on the financial statements and financial management of state government, departments and agencies.

This has affected the cash balance in the bank as it could not now be determined whether the total is moreor less than what was stated.

Up to May, adjustments totaling RM692.59 million were made.

A further RM285.11 million will be revised by the State Treasury from time to time before adjustments are made.


That's a big nearly 1bil worth.
A lot of body in the goverment must be getting very thick pockets out of this...
Perhaps PKR has something to say on this.

Islamic dresscode.

This thought had been with me.

It somehow agitates me to certain extend for I really don't know why.
Maybe it had to do with respect. Respect and take pride in what we do.
Or perhaps a tinge of disgruntlement towards certain group of people- namely women in carrying and portraying themselves as Muslim ladies.

Personally, I think loads of women fell victim in order to fulfil their desperation of being in style, especially wearing head covers, which is more of a style than a must in the recent decade ~~ and are actually clowning themselves especially those women whom were forced to donned cloths that covers all aspects of the 'haram' body parts by their parents or husband, yet they are actually flaunting it but in a discreet Islamic manner.
In a skin covered attire, but body hugging and skin-tight show all manifestation.

Well, in the first place, I admit that I might not be someone anyone would call a good Muslim lady because of my uncovered head and body although I had over the years and after reaching certain age in life chose something accordingly and chucked away all my skimpy dresses and skirts.

What really triggers this thought again, now, was after reading a circular distributed by my daughter's school here on the students dresscode; this after some lack of understanding or just plain dumb parents who made their kids wear something that not suitable for school day dresscode.

One of the photo show a pinafore worn by one Muslim girl. She must be from Indonesia from her feature or if from my own country, then, too bad I might not know her due to my little boundaries I set for myself.
It made me chuckled seeing her photo wearing a pinafore which is just below her knee but she also wear a white head scarf !

What was running through her parents (particularly) the mother's head seeing the daughter wearing that?
What do they or she actually want from her wearing that?
Wear a pinafore or wear a Muslimah type of pinafore?
Then why not get her an ankle long skirt, which would definitely compliment the head cover?

This is the case of a contradicting discipline that is running thru the Muslim world nowadays. It coincide with very evident Islamic realisation among the people (in Malaysia for example, in the 80s, one can hardly find a Muslim secondary school-going girl wear head scarf unlike now, majority wear them and some school in the capital 'force' their Muslim girls to wear a tudung).
Of course there is always better to know that there are higher Islamic realisation in any soceity, but when the understanding of it was not being emphasised, then what is wrong?

The religion itself or the person who admits to the religion?

If one take time learn about other cultures and in the same time observes, it is especially evident among the Egyptian young women especially, their funny 'dress code' or attire, until one actually can point out that they are from Egypt rather than say...Morocco.
This trending of discreet-show- all attire would be shared by other Muslim majority countries except the Gulf. Don't get me wrong. I am not scrutinising or down narrowing that all of them wear as such, but mostly young adults does.
In of course, not forgetting those down around South East Asian Muslim particularly the Malay and Indonesian ladies. One can obviously differentiate the style of hijab-clad women from the other.

Why I call this contradicting discipline?
Well, in my opinion, they are trying hard to instill some 'Islamic' discipline in their young child ( mind you some Indonesian and Malay don their 1 year old girl with head scarves...which is absurd, obviously...) yet in this pitiful case, the girl was 'indirectly' taught that she is allowed to show her legs BUT must cover her head in whatever case it might be. This my friend, if not being properly adviced and taught will somehow be adapted or assimilated by her until she grows up.

What is the relevance?
What is happening to the Muslim society who thought they are implementing a righteous way according to the syariah but are actually dumb in knowing the real way of covering their head and bodies?

How many young ladies out there who covers their hijab but know about the real Islamic head covers apart from the Christians and Jewish way of covering their head?

Don't they have any sense of instilling discipline by doing it across the board according to what actually required in a proper manner.

Or if you, just like me, a liberated Muslim ~ just buy skirts and shorts and gowns for your daughters and at least they won't be living a deceiving life and and might have the consequences of not knowing it until they are adult.
This a sure case of cheating oneself.
An evident of desperation to show others that they are better covered than not.

Just like some of the women I've come to know back in Malaysia who covers their head but wear bustiers under their blazer that obviously showing off her fair-skinned chest, a pretty necklace and a bit of cleavage, or covers their head, but wear skirts without any leggings (which in the first place they are not supposed to wear such mid calf skirt), or wear head covers to work but throw it away and will be bare-headed out of working time, or wear shorts doing gardening (my neighbour) when she actually wear hijab to work!....what is the point of her covering her body at work but go doing her landscape with short shorts and I definitely can make out her 'real body figure' and 'her legs colour and size' ?
Hmmmm....and Im a woman....

People can really be damn funny and complex to me.
I always fail to understand their whys.
And don't talk about the Melayu ladies who'd wear long thick gold necklace (seen once with two extra large pendants, because she's afraid people might not know she got more than one), and one personal case a lady so desperately pull out her white gold necklace (because she claimed that she's a town person just like moi) just to prove a point.

Sucks.
So, if you have the intention of instilling religious lifestyle so you can be better and stronger faith than others, please start by donning a proper attire on yourself first, then evaluate others.

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Crawly Cuisine



I came across this factual story about people's eating habits.

Who would have believe that there are people ~ or perhaps there is only this one person in the whole entire world that have the penchant for eating termites?


No doubt.

We all know and are well aware of the future world food problems in centuries to come due to global weather changes and all, but now? I mean when the earth is really an abundance of 'real' human food, why do people want to eat termite?


Do they tastes good and better than your cream chowder?

I don't think so...


Okay, yes.

There beings in the world that ate insects, besides ant eater and frogs.

Those people from Thai for example ate insects such as fried maggots, or scorpions and water bugs. I've seen those ingenious people on the telly in some part of Borneo eating the worms/maggots from Sago tree...which, no doubt looks kinda yummy with its off-white very thick fat body. And they ate it on the rocks!


But termites?

I'm guessing with the world energy industry continuous research for some other alternatives for the world supply in the future, the food industry also don't like the feeling of being left out. Mind you, they have already started with organising a conference on insect eating for the future. To be specific they are called entomophagy and those eaters are called entomologist.


We have vegan.

And now entomologist.

Perhaps 'ento' would fit in nice for a shortform.




Wednesday, 25 August 2010

Quran burning.

Church plans Quran-burning event - CNN.com



In protest of what it calls a religion "of the devil," a nondenominational church in Gainesville, Florida, plans to host an "International Burn a Quran Day" on the ninth anniversary of the September 11, 2001, attacks.



It's a pity that this Pastor has a very shallow outlook on the religion.
No doubt the religion (Islam) had been labeled as a violent religion thanks to all those fanatics' favourite pastime of bombing and killing innocent people in hope to die a martyr, I'm sure this pastor's ideology is only being supported and shared among people of his likes.

And there aren't many of them worldwide.

Another amusing perception of this pastor on Islamic worshippers was, those who congregate the Kaaba 'are not a happy bunch' --and he must got it all from watching them on the television-- personally, to me this was merely a statement from a person who is in dire lack of understanding of other religion and a person who is actually emotionally tormented.

His, I'd like to put, are the same as those Islamic fanatics who'd kill others by strapping bombs on themselves and be willing to die in pieces leaving behind their family in the name of Allah swt. How stupid can one be.

Their failure in understanding the needs and wants of Islam made such.
Of course, in this pastor's case we wouldn't expect more.


He knows well that all religions and faiths teaches only good things to all the followers, but it is only the people of the religion itself that made it look bad thus received such labels from the non-follower.


And on his remark that Islam is not 'a religion of joy'....that I must agree!
We don't do singing and play band in our mosque. We stand united and prostrate in unity following the Imam and believe that one day when our true imam, i.e. Imam Mahdi will be born and
Jesus@isaAlayhis Salaam will finally walk again on this earth to save the religion and their follower from further discrimination.
Only then we will be understood better by the non-followers.

Friday, 20 August 2010

Work of media.

I'm getting sick of reading the daily dose of young unmarried couple dumping their newly born child in dumpsters, in the river and all. And that what was found and reported. We don't really know the actual statistic.

I saw one picture, and of course this was made as the front page by one local newspaper on one newly-born baby found amongst the rubbish with his face down and the umbilical cord still circling around the neck, with the hair so lush black.
He must be a beautiful baby. And the young father and mother must be put away as a killer.

Honestly, I think the court or authorities must be crazy to let this kind of killer gets away with their actions although Suhakam (one of the local NGOs) spokesperson says that not all of such cases, the parent(s) action could be count as killing!

What if it wasn't then?
Compassion killing because they (the killer parents) has some conscience and pities the uncharted future of the child whom was born out of wedlock?

The media had been playing such news on a daily basis of course, there are good and bad of it.
The bad thing would be the show of very very bad social detriment among the people especially the certain race which I don't wanna keep on blasting, but just love to. Yup, the certain Malays! They must be a very lustful pack who can't control ejaculations. Or perhaps so euphoric the feeling of sex that they don't have enough time to put on the french cap...seeshhh....!
Perhaps they are so dumb to even think about the result of their making. What more about sins because sinful thing is always tempting.

The good thing would be parents are being made aware of the current situations thus must take heed from the news and take action on their end. Precautions such as educating their children on out of wedlock sex and its repercussions. It must be an uneasy situation and are a taboo among most people, but hey, we're developing, our young child are growing -- why wait to let them know. They'd learnt it from the net anyway!

Now, don't' tell me that I'm yea-ing sex out of wedlock. Some of the feedback I got telling me that, that would resulted in the teen being curious and wanting to try. But tell me honestly, would you know that your teens who'd just came out of puberty is on heat? Do you know that they might not go to school instead go to some one's house to 'experiment their love' and like one person told me sometime ago -- eager boiling sex soup?

Admit it.
We can't.
We can't protect them from doing what we don't want them to do and prohibiting them would only enraged their desire and rebellion.

What we need is the media to stop or reduce on the report of all these newly-born dumping news because don't be surprise if that news might on the other hand gave a wrong indication to those prospective baby-killer.
They might think that it's not hard to do. Others do it too.

The media should stop publicising (not reporting) and start educating. Have a special column in the newspaper on teenage sex and its effect both emotionally, physically and religious-wise. Teachers in school can use the column as a reference thus reduce the 'malu' (defi: shy) thing in them since we're Asians.
They can also conduct talk or educational discussions on sex -- not on a mix arrangement but private girls only and boys only. This would enable the teenagers to discuss freely without feeling shy that boys would hear their opinion or questions.

Just like Durex's advert, a small in-put on a daily basis can be very informative.

Monday, 16 August 2010

Murder and attempting murder.

Not all is murder, says Gani.
If a baby is simply dumped or abandoned, but safe, then the parent cannot be
prosecuted for murder. In such cases, the parent may be booked under other
sections of the Penal Code, depending on the circumstances."

The
cabinet, concerned with the number of baby-dumping cases in the country, had
recently asked the police to investigate such cases for murder or attempted
murder.


Pity those unwanted little souls being treated worst than a cat treating its newborn kittens.
At least it fed them and protected them from the harm of male cats until they're strong enough before leaving it. Unlike some of these creature disguised as human.
Someone told me this.
Perhaps the reason why God made these people to easily conceived and some continue doing it again and again compared to those people who are really in need of a child and willingly spent thousands of dollars for fertility treatment, was only as a test to see whether they'd continue doing their sinful act or repented after the unwanted circumtances took place.
But most of all it is a show of God's condemnation towards the society itself.

Thursday, 12 August 2010

Widening social gap.

Homes becoming too costly for the average Malaysian - StarProperty.my

I wonder what is the government effort in trying to combat the obvious social gap between the people who can afford RM500 thousand house(s) to those who can't even fork out 10% of RM150 thousand for a small single storey house.
Thanks to the government, the social gap between these two groups has gone wider and is increasing each year and soon only the affordables can own houses and play their game of buying and selling their properties to gain minimum profit of 10 %. The rich will definitely be richer and poor will be a pauper in 30 years time.

Just couple of days ago I was talking about this issue while meeting a friend. While sharing the same ideas and frustration towards the government non-effort in recognising or closing one eye on the needs of the lower middle class people in this country, it is obvious that they are only too busy selling their tickets for the coming GE.

Honestly, since we are not some pretentious politicians, we don't give a shit about the shit the government is doing but they (the ruling coalition) are mere blood sucker and any smart people would know that the new generation politicians in Malaysia are just here for his/her term for a sweepstakes.
Struggling not for betterment of the people, but struggling to pool as much money as they could possibly make while in control and having their investment everywhere around the world.
I dare bet that most of them would be the first to fled the country should there be some sort of uncontrolled aggressions or political riots going on.

I believe if the current situation is being allowed to grow and taken lightly, without any measures by the government, we'll definitely see a property doomsday, more social ills and more people being dragged down to the 'Ah-long' death hole in their pursuit to stand tall with those affordables.

And this I haven't touch on the education yet.....

Ramadhan Al-Mubarak

Today is the second day of Ramadhan, the holy month of all Muslims.
Although the feeling didn't kicked in as it used to many many years back, I hope I'd be able to get the feel of it soon. Guess I'm too seasoned and it's in my system for too long already.
Just like the Hari Raya or Eid Fitr celebration. The excitement of it only can be enjoyed while were were young kids. And I remember finding it uninteresting in my late teen years.

Excitement and it sort will eventually slipped away once we reached our mid twenties and will definitely take another turn when we have our own family and commitments. Every one of us have our own way of celebrating and for sure it won't be same as the other although similar.
I do see some people getting really perked up having done 'theme' coloured baju Raya for the whole family to the extend of buying new vehicle for balik kampung (it was made known by a friend who owns a car dealership that Hari Raya means sales will rocketed although I can't grasp the actual need for a car change to commemorate the celebration)

All I know and finding it becoming a customary is the Ramadhan Bazaars set-up in selected areas. It is more of a makan-makan festivities. You can find all type of food and deserts being sold and people queuing up for half an hour for some 'hyped-up' food such as popiah or soup.
Indeed makan-makan a favourite thing to do no matter where the race lived.

My wish to all Muslims is have a good month and hopefully all our good deeds will be blessed.

Monday, 9 August 2010

TO BE OR NOT TO BE A RACIST - Che Det

And it is a lie when someone says that they aren't at all....a bit or a lot, it still spells racist.

Thursday, 5 August 2010

Well oh well....

I hate being unfair although I am a tad bit too critical about almost everything revolves around my life.
I don't particularly like being unfair.
I guess it is part of my nature and most probably I am a 'true' Libran...you know, Librans supposed to be loving peace, flamboyantly natural diplomats whom would seek balances in all that they does adding with having the grace of putting others at ease...ehem *clearing throat*.
And not forgetting being artistically inclined...:)

Okay, lets not divert.
Basically I'm having this hatred about the situation that had been blanketing the country for the past I can't remember when, but I know it was much more safer when I was in my primary years.
It's about the safety of the majority people.

The freedom of walking around the park or jogging alone with nothing to fret about, carrying my handbags walking without the fears of it being snatched, having the ease of bringing kiddos to malls or park without having to constantly eagle-eyed them, living my car park in quieter place without the possibilities of it being missing from the spot and all sort of other things.

Now, I am not championing other countries, but I believe the safety of us and our family should be put as priority.
Having living elsewhere, and experiencing better security level, others like me are happily enjoying the freedom of feeling secured having our cars unlocked, or ladies putting handbags or mobiles on the table while sipping coffee and walking alone with no one ogling or trying to molest or whatsoever.

The difference living in a country where there aren't many of those troublemakers 'foreigners' and living in a country where the government just simply welcome every tom, dick and harry from all nations to become the workforce indeed has it bad side. More than the good ones.

I'm not saying that all foreigners are bad and troublemakers, and the locals are good people, but Malaysian has its fair share of troublemakers from within too. From Chinese gangsters during those 80s and later Indian gangsters in the late 90s because the Chinese converted themselves to becoming millionaire entrepreneurs selling DVDs besides other big time international smuggling stuff, the Indians took over.

Now, don't get me wrong. I am not a racist.
I love other races too, in fact my whole young adulthood lives had been revolving around the Chinese. And I feel more at ease with them than my own race.
I am not saying that the Malays are all holy bunch. They do generate some well-known gangsters but most of them are ' gangster kampung' (translate: small time gangster) such as small break-ins and its likes. Latest, not latest actually ; is hell riders; term I use for two people riding a motobike or locally they call it kapchai (translate; cheap scooter), these men, mostly jobless I'd like to think, will do a stunt-show of pulling and grabbing handbags and sometime pushed their victim to death in the fight for the handbags -- which I also think it's silly for the victim to fight because life is more precious than mere Ringgit or valuables in the handbag.

Besides that the Malays ( so far no other races reported yet) are fond rapist, child rapist, sodomisers and the likes.

Okay, lets not divert again, so basically what I m trying to jot down here is my huge feeling of insecurity, a bit of resentment for that new feeling of being scared -- i hate feeling scared. The annoying feeling of insecurity in me while walking, driving home (two category - 1. most daytime; road bullies, because I'm a fighter so I encounter more of them than my sublimed-same-gender, 2. most night time; when reaching home while waiting for the auto-gate to open or close my eyes would be on the rear-view, thus no buggers will slip in and all sort of other things.

My parents place had been 'visited' but limited to the outside for few times alrready although there are police patrolling at night and guards at the housing area entrance.

I told them that I seriously think it is good to own a piece of revolver for our safety living in Malaysia now...ha ha ha!

Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Wasting of time.

Debate over whether child rapists should be hanged.

KUALA LUMPUR: The suggestion that convicted child rapists be sent to the gallows has sparked an active debate as yet another case of sexual abuse of a child emerged yesterday.
There was mixed response from both sides of the political divide on the suggestion, with Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil saying that capital punishment alone was not sufficient deterrent for child rapists.

While she supported the death penalty for child rapists, she said it was more important to focus on the social and moral environment which produced such criminals.

“We need to refine our community values and prepare measures to protect the vulnerable in society, especially children.” Shahrizat said a thorough study was required to ascertain the effectiveness of the death penalty as a deterrent. She said the issue was complicated by the fact that the majority of child rape cases were committed by family members, fathers, uncles and brothers.

“In such cases, victims might discouraged from reporting instances violence, particularly if they know they be responsible for the death of member.” She said the imposition of the penalty might even worsen the situation as a rapist might be more inclined to kill his victim.

Shahrizat said an alternative would be a lengthy jail sentence for child rapists.

Sarawak Women and Family Council chairman Datin Fatimah Abdullah said the death penalty would be a powerful deterrent against “heinous crimes”. But she echoed Shahrizat’s sentiments in saying more should be done to counter the problem.

“The death penalty will not make up for the intense trauma suffered by rape victims,” said Fatimah, who is also minister in the Chief Minister’s Office.

The maximum jail sentence for rape under the Penal Code was extended from 20 to 30 years in 2007.

The call for capital punishment was made by DAP chairman Karpal Singh who called for an amendment to Section 376 of the Penal Code on rape to include the death penalty as the mandatory sentence for child rapists.

Ironically, two of his detractors on the issue were from his own party.

Bukit Mertajam DAP member of parliament Chong Eng said the death penalty would not change the situation as rape was difficult to prove while Beruas DAP MP Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham said the death penalty should be reserved for the most violent crimes.

Chong Eng cited a study by the Penang-based non-governmental organisation, Women’s Centre for Change, which revealed that only four per cent of reported rape cases were successfully prosecuted with the rest dismissed due to lack of evidence.

The Wanita DAP chief said prevention was the key to the issue of child rape, adding that parents and school authorities should discuss matters relating to sex openly with children.

“Many children are unaware of what kinds of behaviour or touching of body parts are inappropriate, leading to many cases being underreported.”

She said there was a need to speed up court processes as lengthy prosecutions discouraged many victims from speaking up about their ordeal.

“These cases should be prioritised as they involve children, who may not be emotionally developed enough to handle long trials,” she said, adding that child victims of rape should be provided counselling.

Ngeh said the death penalty should only be meted out if the rapist was also guilty of committing extreme violence.

The Perak DAP chairman said child rapists should also receive psychiatric treatment to control their psychological and physical urges.


“Uncontrollable sexual urges or sex addiction can be reversed through treatment.” --NST
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Death penalty should be reserved for most violent crime?
Wonder what that DAP politician felt when read ing about 9 years old being so raped, sodomised and quelled if that weren't hideous enough for him. Perhaps he'll take another vote if it happens to himself....maybe.
Perhaps he's seeking cheap media thrill and hoping for coverage for his idiotic statement.

The Perak DAP chairman said child rapists should also receive psychiatric treatment to control their psychological and physical urges because according to him 'uncontrollable sexual urges or sex addiction can be reversed through treatment'...

Basically, a leopard will never changed its spot. Why waste time and effort, and taxpayers money for them. Their uncontrollable sexual drive are none of our normal people business if they can't keep their boner in the right place.

Vote to kill them.

Saturday, 31 July 2010

Fucking rapist.

Malaysians express their anger over rape incident


KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians have expressed outrage over the rape of a 10-year-old girl while she was being driven to school, with many demanding that the culprit be severely punished for his crime.

Describing the 51-year-old suspect as a “monster” and an “animal,” they are demanding that the Attor­ney-General seek the capital punishment. They pointed out that “a leopard never changes its spots.”

Some parents have also urged the community to be responsible for children’s safety.

Other developments:

THE suspect, who was brought before a magistrate’s court here yesterday, has been remanded until Wednesday. Police are investigating if an 11-year-old girl and his adopted daughter, nine, had also been mo­­lested;

THE Women, Family and Com­munity Development Minister has called for a policy to ensure that van and bus drivers are accompanied by either a conductor or co-driver; and

SCHOOL authorities have been told to remind pupils to be cautious.

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That is all what they can describe the rapist as -- monster and animal...and yet these monsters and animals are all around us mushrooming on a daily basis -- one factor being; the increasing of mental disturbances among people, of course besides letting lust controls their mind.

These bastards are always lurking around for young girls to be relished. To raped and sometimes sodomized and killed in the end.

And the government effort is only telling the people or school authorities to remind young child to be cautious and expect the school authorities to take charge.

What do they expect child of that young ignorant age do?
What do they expect the teachers do when teaching the children itself had not been their priorities lately unless you go for the tuition classes they organised after school?

Karate-chop the fuckers?

Even adult woman are unable to freed themselves of some crazy raping-head-man strength.
The might and eagerness to pinned the victims down can make them jump from a three storey building and still escape death.

Maybe God wants them to be alive to rape more?...No? You don't think so?

Or perhaps in this case, the Malaysian lady minister from that Women's Welfare ministry will come out with some suggestion. She always did when it comes to such things...perhaps she'll suggest giving pepper-spray for the kiddos to use when they're in such danger ?

The only solution to these animal-brained -- nope, I've never seen a butch (my defi for the opposites although most of the time will be use to call a lesbo) fucking puppies -- so animal are better then them ..... The solution to these devil in disguise is to chop off their penis or perhaps if the authorities wanted to be nicer a bit, maybe to castrate them because some of those bastards are married men and maybe in need of that freaking boner later in life to satisfy their lust.
Don't let me exaggerate on why those women, who are still living their life when once or still a molester, once or still a rapist or once or still committed incest -- that will be another category.
The category of helpless, hapless, blind love, emotionally and physically weak women.

Another effort which I think would generate consciousness is to conduct wide-spread photo publishing or some criminal sketch via all media for others to be aware of.

I mean, my first encounter with beast such as this was since as young as fifteen years of age because the school that I go to, is an all-girl school in Petaling Jaya. The area was a lush preserved green of Gasing Hill or Bukit Gasing. Thus, it was quiet which invites lots of crazy-jerking mid-life men finding ways and mean showing their prick to us in order to get some sort of satisfaction.

For those who are brave-hearts and thank God I am one of them, we'd chase and scream or throw things to shoo those beast away, but for those small fragile-soul -- they'll be scared to death with any such encounter.

Of course the school will advice us students to never walk home alone, or walk out of the school compound in group if we're going somewhere where besides making sure both gates are chained during school hours, but that's about it.

What else can the teachers do right?
It is the same as this case.
What can the teachers do?


Monday, 26 July 2010

SUNAT DAN WAJIB - Che Det

SUNAT DAN WAJIB - Che Det


Salam Tun,

Semalam saya post di laman facebook saya " I hate people who think they are more religious then others".
Hari ini saya baca weblog Tun perkara berkaitan juga.

Saya setuju seratus peratus dengan pendapat yang mengatakan semakin ramai pak ustaz dan makcik ustazah di kalangan masyarakat kita sekarang. Pasang saja goatee semua orang percaya apa saja yang keluar dari mulut mereka. Yang perempuan pulak, pasang saja tudung labuh sampai lutut, dah dipanggil ustazah dan boleh memberi ceramah dan pelbagai.

Saya ada jawapan kenapa mereka nak mengolah hukum mengikut hati -- nak pahala lebih supaya boleh masuk syurga dan dan riak nak tunjuk yang mereka ni alim ulamak yang tahu selok belok Islam lebih dari orang lain.

Long life Jap

BERNAMA - Japanese Women's Life Expectancy World's Longest For 25th Year In Row


TOKYO, July 26 (Bernama) -- Japanese women had the longest life expectancy in the world for the 25th straight year in 2009, with an average life span of 86.44 years, Japan's Kyodo news agency reported, citing health ministry report Monday.

Japanese men, along with their female compatriots, saw their average life expectancy register a record high for the fourth consecutive year at 79.59 years, but they fell to fifth in the world from fourth in 2008, according to the report.

The latest data showed that average life spans increased from 2008 by 0.39 year for Japanese women and 0.30 year for Japanese men.

The Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry attributed the extension of life spans to improved treatment of the three major causes of death among Japanese -- cancer, cardiac disorders and strokes -- as well as pneumonia.

"If an influenza epidemic does not break out, the life expectancy (of Japanese people) is likely to extend further," a ministry official said.

In the women's list, Hong Kong came second at 86.1 years, followed by France at 84.5 years. Qatar topped the men's list at 81.0 years, followed by Hong Kong at 79.8 years, and Iceland and Switzerland at 79.7 years.

The gap in average life expectancy between Japanese men and women widened 0.09 year from 2008 to 6.85 years




hmmmmm.... must be the food OR hubby coming back late thus spared them of longer disagreement time per day! ha ha ha....

Sunday, 25 July 2010

RED DEVIL.....ha ha ha....!!!!



Muslims should not wear ManUtd jerseys.


KUALA LUMPUR: Muslims must not wear the famous Manchester United red jersey because of the “devil” emblem on its team crest, Malaysian clerics said today.
Manchester United and the rest of the English Premier League are massively popular in Muslim-majority Malaysia and the rest of the Asian region, but conservative religious scholars said the jersey is un-Islamic.

Also off limits are the shirts of teams including Brazil, Portugal, Barcelona, Serbia and Norway, all of which carry images of the cross on their team emblems.

“This is very dangerous. As a Muslim, we should not worship the symbols of other religions or the devils,” Nooh Gadot, a top Islamic cleric from the southern Johor state, told AFP.

“It will erode our belief in Islam. There is no reason why we as Muslims should wear such jerseys, either for sports or fashion reasons,” said Nooh, an advisor to the Johor religious council.

“Even if it (the jersey) is a gift, we should decline it. It is even more sinful when people realise this is wrong and still buy these jerseys to wear,” he added.


Nooh said there was no “fatwa”, or religious edict, against the shirts but that one was not needed when it was clearly wrong for Muslims to don such a garment.

“These Muslims should repent, repent immediately,” he said.

Another leading cleric, Harussani Zakaria, a cleric from northern Perak state, agreed that devils should be shunned, not celebrated.

“Yes of course in Islam we don’t allow people to wear this sort of thing,” he told AFP. “Devils are our enemies, why would you put their picture on you and wear it? You are only promoting the devil.”

Malaysia is a generally moderate Islamic country, but conservative clerics have issued controversial edicts in the past including a ban on the ancient practice of yoga, which is criticised for including Hindu religious elements. -AFP



..."As a Muslim, we should not worship the symbols of other religions or the devils,” said Nooh Gadot, a top Islamic cleric from the southern Johor state."...

Now, the thing that they must understand is, these football supporters are not idolising or worshipping other religions what more any symbols deem un-Islamic.
They merely support the sport, the team, and NOT the logo that carries the symbol whatever un-Islamic.

What actually wrong here is; when some clerics trying to be famous coming out with such statement, I'd like to think perhaps to get some footing or cheap coverage in their 'industry'.

It is mere sporting my religious and pious friends.

If any of you think that it is un-religious and un -Islamic, then what about supporting your Malaysia football team -- those near death team. The teams which will never smell the World Cup stadium in the next 15 years or more.

And just how many Muslims had they (the clerics) encounter shunning the religion to be a an atheist, or Christians after wearing the jersey?...or in this case worshipping the team Manchester United?.....
I had read most of the cases of Malaysian Muslims shunning and chucking Islam to be either Christians, Hindu or others because of money (the Christians provided shelters for homeless, or money to poor university students), love (Hindus - i know two of them) and some other reasons. But, lets go right to the root cause of all these -- it's what God's will unto them as well.

Funny thing is, the religious people in Malaysia or the clerics, seems to think that it so so very easy for the Muslims to be convinced or to be influenced by such petty thing. Such thing that somehow could on the other hand lead the Muslims to be a mockery among those non-Muslims.
Already Islam has been the champion of terrorism in the eye of the westerners, in Malaysia, the Muslims are being pictured as very fragile people that need to be taken care of in every aspects of their living -- INCLUDING logo to be worn on their shirt.

I remember an incident where a documentary about the Dalai were banned many years ago from being aired on Malaysian television commemorating the Wesak Day reason being; it might shaken the aqidah of the Muslim majority.

If so, why not the government of Malaysia ban the public holiday in some state in Malaysia for Wesak Day because it might make more Muslims turning to be a Buddhists and it might post a danger towards the Muslims aqidah in general.....

Weird.....

The future of new family institution.

Family let them down big time, says Shahrizat


.....THE number of street children in the city is growing rapidly and there is a
lack of social monitoring by the Welfare Department, said Women, Family and
Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil.
...


...“Some them are intelligent and speak we l l , and from what
they have told me, it seems that their families have failed them in a big way.”
She said some of the street children were extremely intelligent and it would be
a waste of human capital if they were neglected.....

Not being judgemental or opinionated, I feel the society of this country will somehow be like those of long-developed nation such as the American or European – a society where people isolate themselves, or being isolated, the advancement that lead to being individualistic, the lack of participation activities that involves others than immediate family circle and so on and so-forth.
My term of immediate family circle here only limited to parents and the siblings.

As the Minister herself stated, the lack of social monitoring is one of the reasons for these youth current worrying lifestyle, but bottom line still zoom back to the individual family itself.
The institution developed by the 'maker' i.e. the father and the mother.
How strong the foundation on each family were to admittedly or not were laid by the them, in terms of respects of one another, empathy, and knowledge besides the core of any good human, religious input.

There is no benchmark on how parents should be bringing up the children or develop their own family.
But there would always be a mark to categorised one successful family from the other.
Some might look on the well to do highly educated children, obedient and filial children which would bring joy to the parents and some other factors.

A successful family institution for me on the hand would mean unity and staying together through out nay turbulences and and no matter what type of challenges coming to toppled the family, all will be fought without prejudice and selfishness.

Eventough, I have yet to come to the stage where my children are even school-going kids, I feel there are lots of other factor that leads to these troubled youths to believing that they are being isolated by their parents, thus making them flock together in some ruined place which later will somehow make them those troublesome annoying street people.

Peer pressures besides the lack of communication between a child and the parents, busy modern working mothers, lack of traditional sentiments (although petty but it helps in developing children respect towards elders), and financial; the lack of abundance of it.

The rest, our pray to God in hope of better living for us the the offsprings.

Tuesday, 20 July 2010

Happiness -- from a different perspective.

There are many meaning to the word happiness.
And many ways of achieving it too, according to some. Which I agree to a certain magnitude.
As many ways of feeling and explaining it, I somehow feel happiness is something that is hard to stay on for a longer period of time, although it is quite esy to come by.

Maybe it is just some people's luck.
But I notice those who have prolonged happiness in them are mostly those who isolate themselves from many things and people in life.
Perhaps, that is why they actually found it.

Most people clung to othersfor happiness. They depend on their friends, family members,parents or spouse. They're dependent to other people's existence.
Their need of safety net in order to avoid falling on the hard ground is quite evident.

But some people just doesn't have the luck with other people and no safety net at all.
Thus they have got to be independently trying to crawl out of that stinking hole of manipulations.

One reason why those who are emotionally independent managed to crawl out, although sometimes being dragged down again, was they chose to talk less. Say less.
Not manifesting their feel in order to keep peace on the front.
In order to not stirred up some situation which could lead to greater isolation.

But through-out two decades of watching and experiencing, and trying to comprehend some of those oppressors actions, i came out with below prognosis on how they managed to stay untouched yet believe it is happiness meant to them ;

1. showering people with money in order to buy their attention and love.

2. incite hatred among family members so they could control certain people in the family, namely the parents.
3. to pretend and behave the dying-swan action when they created humongous sin in life in order not to be blame.

4. to constantly cultivating hatred towards selected few, and those believers will eventually isolate the suppressed party.

And again, they will win in the end.
How life is unfair....sometimes.
And when come time the suppressed speak their mind, the whole picture will be blown out of proportion.
And without given the space and time for explanation, the suppressed will continue to be oppressed.

Maybe...., maybe those hatred-inciter are too overwhelmed by the achievements that God lend them. Achievements they gathered by stepping, manipulating and constant backstabbing without remorse.

And maybe, they have yet to come to themselves....or they actually befriended the syaiton in disguise? Maybe.

They who do not know themselves, do not know God.
They who do not know God, will do everything including all against God in order to achieve their goals in life eventually getting endless supports.

As written in the Al-Quran : "He who knows himself knows God," and "We will show them Our signs in the world and in themselves, that the truth may be manifest to them."

I have learnt the hard way and accepted internal suppression in my life.
It has been the pillar of my strong-will character no doubt. It is the reasons of my little exposure in life in comparison.
Getting to know other things and live life as jolly as I can be.
But being suppressed for long?...I don't think so. Not anymore.

It is time for a hijrah.

Monday, 19 July 2010

Pyramids shun Accidents.



Positive Energy of Pyramids Used to Curb Traffic Accidents in India

They have been credited with supernatural or paranormal properties since the days of ancient Egypt. Now the putative power of pyramids is to be harnessed by Indian police to cut road accidents.

Traffic officers in Nagpur, 540 miles (870 kilometres) west of Mumbai, have agreed to allow small pyramids to be placed at 10 accident-prone sites in the city to see if their claimed positive energy can reduce crashes.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Sahebrao Patil said the road safety initiative came about after a meeting with an expert in Vastu, an ancient Hindu system of construction which is similar to Chinese Feng Shui.

"He told me that he had placed a number of pyramids on roads outside the city and the results were excellent. The number of accidents reduced. He wanted to do it in the city, so I said, ’OK, no problem’," Patil told AFP.

"He’s going to be installing them in 10 spots. They won’t be on the road directly but at the corner of chowks (squares) or near traffic signals so they won’t obstruct traffic."

Vastu expert Sushil Fatehpuria, who offered his services free of charge, said that each 30 centimetre (one foot) tall pyramid will have a copper bottom and five smaller pyramids inside.

"I think the accidents are caused by negative energies. So we need to minimise or convert the negative energy into positive ones," he said.

"I will energise the pyramids. I will transfer my positive thoughts into the pyramids."

Patil said his officers’ own, more human, efforts to cut the number of road accidents would continue during the experiment.

"We will see in six months. If it gets positive results then that’s excellent," he added.

A combination of an increase in drivers, many of them untrained, poor road planning and lax law enforcement have made India’s roads the most dangerous in the world.

More than 114,000 people die each year, according to the World Bank.-- AFP



Interesting. I wish I can energise something so meaningful too....
But on the other hand don't you think they'll be busy looking at the pyramids that will create more accidents....No?

And I wonder what life would be for those people who need most of their decision making in life thru the looking glass of Vastu, Feng Shui, Tarot cards, bomoh and you name it....

Negative energy mostly generated by the human themselves.

But some prefer to blame it onto other factor.

Human are still clinging on to the little paganism in their life.

Sunday, 18 July 2010

What are they thinking?

Kids on the streets: Where are their parents?


...Several hundred teenagers are living in abandoned buildings in Kuala
Lumpur. They roam the streets, robbing and prostituting themselves to survive.
One couple even made a sex tape for sale. Shockingly, the parents of some of
these kids know what they are doing.

THEY are unwanted, neglected and shunned by their parents and society.

These teenagers, aged between 14 and 18 and numbering several hundred,
live on the streets, exposing themselves to the underground activities thriving
in the hidden parts of this city. ....



Talk about young pregnancies and social ills lurking into the young people now.
I honestly, are constantly be feeling loathful and annoyed reading facebook statements on how my 14 years old nephew's shout of love and whatever towards his girlfriend.

I mean. What the heck....
Agree, as I was told by a friend (who came from a co-ed school, whereby me since primary till secondary in all-girls school) that during those days, there had already been incident that primary two child sending love letter to his girlfriend, but my guess is, those time the teachers took serious note on the action thus made school-going kids more disciplined.
But, in this case, where their own teacher is on their friend's list of the social platform, and in a way encouraging young loves to be developed since school-going, what the heck is that leading to?

Yes, I was once at that age too.
No doubt, it is healthy, in a way. But not in the other.
It's healthy to know that the child develop these feeling towards the right sex, and not the same sex...mind you, the cultivation of same sex love and affection i.e gays and lesbians, are rooted as young as primary age.

But what about not stopping and yet not encouraging them?
Are they to be left to decide what's good themselves?
With the development of internet social platforms, with the borderless internet search of anything and everything at all, unless you're living here in Qatar where those sites are blocked by the internet provider, I am really going to face great challenges bringing up my daughter.

Kids and youths in this generations are not shy letting know their feeling.
Which is good, but again, when it is too much especially when it comes to expressing love 'love' towards another person at such a tender age without feeling shy....well, nothing else that I can say except to admit that I am a traditional mother.
Like my SO said, I can be the best aunty and mom any child would want, yet a pest when it comes to that word LOVE.

To me kids are not supposed to talk about loving somebody else except family member not until they are seventeen.
And if anyone of my family member has that, then I strongly suggest that those feeling be to kept deep inside them or chuck it far away until they bring the scroll home, besides in-putting the pro and cons of such action.

Then again, what can any one say when thru own experience, a mother of a 15 years old girl literally asked the daughter and her boyfriend to go upstairs, and a 13 year-old girl's mother suggested that children should be allowed to roam the mall and towns on weekend with their friends or boyfriends / girlfriends to 'loosen-up' and de-stress?

I must be living in my mother's era then.

Friday, 16 July 2010

Health issue a factor in sugar price increase

.....i mean, how stupid can they be (government officials up to their ministers)?
Do they really think that the people are bloody stupid to swallow that reason?

If I can say something right up to their face, I'd say " What the fuck reason you're giving?"....It's better off if they just say they decided to increase the price because the government 'decide' to increase the price.

No need any reason...because any reasons for whatsoever given by these officials and their ministers, most of them are stupid!

Thursday, 15 July 2010

Imam Muda

Germany, Swiss media in frenzy over ‘Imam Muda’
2010/07/15

FRANKFURT: The media in Germany and Switzerland have been widely reporting about a Malaysian reality television show called “Imam Muda” (Young Imam).
While in many Western countries, a television talent show is organised to select a star, Malaysia is hiring the next “star imam” through a talent search show, as many German and Swiss dailies have been reporting.

Details of the “Imam Muda” show have been widely reported by a number of dailies - from the Tagesspiegel, Merkur Online through n-tv.de, Bild.de, Sueddeutsche Zeitung to the Swiss daily Tagesanzeiger - and have kept the readers engrossed, as comments from readers to the news report suggest.


The “Imam Muda” talent show reported about eight young men who appeared on Malaysian television at prime time, attired in suits and the traditional caps.


Switzerland’s “Tagesanzeiger”, for example, describes the candidates as “superstars” on Malaysian television and reports that they seem to have become heart throbs of many young girls.

Unlike in other reality shows, where participants usually sing or dance, the candidates in the “Imam Muda” show recite verses from the Quran, have the necessary training in washing dead bodies for Islamic burial, and pledge to protect young Malaysians from sex and drugs.


The talent show casts young Islamic clerics, the paper goes on.

The weekly talent show is headed by Hasan Mahmud, a former imam himself. He is creating a pool of exemplary young imams and using their help to combat the “social and moral decadence”.

The candidates, aged between 18 and 27, are selected according to personality criteria and their knowledge of religion. As in “American Idol” and other talent shows, candidates are phased out each week after they failed to qualify.


Many viewers and readers were surprised to know that for the duration of the show, the candidates are isolated and kept in the sleeping hall of a mosque - without any mobile phones, Internet, television and other modern gadgets - so that they “think for themselves” and do not have to rely on any outside help or prompting.“

The winner of the contest can expect a pilgrimage to Mecca, financial assistance in pursuing studies at the Islamic university of Medina, and employment in a mosque,” says a commentator in the German daily Tagesspiegel which is published from Berlin.

The German daily contends that all the casting participants can be sure of having the “admiration of young female admirers and potential mothers-in-law”.

“For Muslims, the ideal sons-in-law are aspiring imams because they are educated and well-versed in Islam,” the daily quoted Iselan Bazar of the cable channel Astro Oasis which airs the religious talent search. - Bernama

In the wake of Malaysia's social detriment among teenagers and youth, I'd bet with them in garnering future potential mothers-in-law admiration...

Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Nazri: ‘We should get rid of Perkasa’

Umno is against any form of racism and does not support Perkasa said Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz.

“We should get rid of Perkasa,” said the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department on Tuesday in the Parliament lobby when reporters asked
for his response to MCA vice-president Datuk Donald Lim’s suggestion that the
Chinese should form their version of Perkasa.

"What's the point of having another extremist body? We want to get rid of Perkasa,” he said.

He said that Umno was seeking to distance itself from Perkasa but acknowledged that no action could be taken against people who proposed such extremist bodies unless a police report was lodged against them.



And suddenly PERKASA should be rid off?
After being formed post 2008 General Election?
I'd vote for Nazri's being yet again, uttered some stupid comment. No need to wonder why he is neither here nor there after being in the cabinet for that lenght of time.

Malaysia is seriously turning hay wired.
They are led by a band-wagon of shitty jokers comprises of Malay, Indian and Chinese politicians.
They're all such an idiot that they themselves, realising it or not, making a fool of themselves with their greed for power and money.

I wonder what will happen to Satu Malaysia - Najib's baby after being the Prime Minister?.

Now, this association wasn't gaining any focus but when it was made public sometime in March - with the touch of Nazris's most hated person Mahathir, every race available in Malaysia want to have their own version of superhero En Perkasa (Perkasa means immaculately strong in English).

To date I cannot comprehend the moves by ex- Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir Mohamad in officiating the body- a Malay nationalist group, which was initially turned down by the Sultan of Selangor for some unknown reason.


Indeed there are some good intentions behind the entity set-up with its agenda to safeguard the sovereignty of the institution of rulers, Malay and bumiputera rights and the sanctity of Islam as the country’s official religion...but they should expect that this moves would be politicised by the other two race, who had been making very clear of their needs and wants past ten years.

Talk only...

Umno Ready To Meet PAS On Forging Cooperation, Says Muhyiddin


KUALA LUMPUR, July 13 (Bernama) -- Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said Umno was prepared to officially or unofficially discuss with PAS on forging cooperation between the two political parties for the sake of Malay unity, as suggested by some quarters.

In welcoming the proposal, the deputy prime minister said the effort to establish cooperation between the two Malay Muslim-based political parties was not new as the matter had been voiced out before but the idea did not materialise.

"The question of unity among Malays is not something that is not good, what more in a situation now which calls for more concrete cooperation on such issues as the economy, culture and institution of rulers, besides building unity for the good of the ummah (community) and country," he said after opening the Asean Schools Games, here Tuesday.

Muhyiddin who is also Umno deputy president, said it was up to PAS leaders whether to cooperate with Umno or not.

On Monday, a Special Affairs Department think tank member Lokman Nor Adam was quoted as saying that the desire to make Malaysia a country that practised Islamic policies could be achieved if there was unity between PAS and Umno.

Asked about the fear among some quarters if there was PAS-Umno cooperation, Muhyiddin said they should not worry as the government looked after the interests of all races.

"The non-Muslim communities should not feel threatened by it as all this while, Muslim unity has helped ensure security and stability in this country. There has been no problem."

Muhyiddin also said that the government had no problem with groups wanting to form associations as long as it was in the interests of the people and nation, and not with a devious intention.

"Anyone can establish (an association)...whether it's a Chinese, Malay or Indian Perkasa," he said, referring to MCA vice-president Datuk Donald Lim's recent suggestion for a Chinese Perkasa be formed.

-- BERNAMA

Don't you just love it when politicians use all excuses they can think of to gather votes.
WHO they wanna kid this time?

Mr think tank member Lokman Nor Adam is in sure need to think harder and come out with better excuses or proposals rather than saying that 'the desire to make Malaysia a country that practised Islamic policies could be achieved if there was unity between PAS and Umno'....


What is holding the current government from 'practising Islamic policies' without the coalition of the Islamic party?
The UMNO politicians and think tank whatsoever should be smart enough to know that the rakyat is not buying into this bullshits anymore and almost all of the people realised the UMNO supremacy has taken too much on people and majority is resenting them, which was evident from the last General Election result.

This cakap-cakap, I certainly take as UMNO's devious intention on hoping to gang-up and not to lose the next GE with great landslide.

Politician have no qualms politicising the religion, the needs of the people and their own mother!

Sunday, 11 July 2010

The bare truth about teen sex

This was followed by a news report of a nine-year-old girl in Penang who allegedly gave birth in a hospital after sleeping with her 14-year-old neighbour......

The new generation parenting challenges.

America has taken it seriously by school to school campaign of abstinence during Bush administration.They had been far beyond a developed nation when Malaysia is still struggling, and had experienced all kinds of social and cultural impact, something that comes as a free gift to any developing countries.

Hopefully the government of Malaysia in particular the ministry concerned will start looking on the social development rather then letting the NGOs probing and reporting on it. This, if allowed to drift will one day reached the uncontrollable state and reading about abandoned babies and child pregnancy will be our cup of daily dose.

Friday, 9 July 2010

Octopus predicts England result against Germany

BESIDES MARADONA, PAUL THE OCTOPUS IS ONE OF THE 'IN' THING FOR WORLD CUP 2010.

Disgustingly human.


Don’t do that: Play with your placenta.
by Mira Jacob

Okay people, listen up: this isn’t about placenta hating. As far as organs that develop on the fly to feed and protect a growing fetus, the placenta is tops in our book. We get that it’s a veiny wonder of nutrient delivery. We appreciate the awe that inspires to humans to celebrate its role in the miracle of life. We even understand how a burial ritual feels like an honorable sendoff for such a generous body part. But turning it into a painting, a meal or a toy? Ew to the power of ew.

While eating the placenta (placentophagy) is honored in at least a few cultures, Salon.com’s recent detailing of one family’s decision to sautee up a “mother cake” with a little garlic and ginger had more than a few of us at Shine shuddering.

Oh yes, we’re clear on the fact that the placenta is a great source of iron, and that Chinese medicine celebrates its ability to ward of everything from exhaustion to postpartum depression, but still…eat an organ that makes its exit through your vagina? What’s next, a time-o-the-month milkshake? Oh, silly us. It’s the “placenta cocktail.” (Really. Check out this recipe if you’d like to never feel good about drinking a V-8 again.)

Last but not least, we absolutely cannot leave out Joel Stein’s foray into placenta ingestion, albeit through pills. That’s right, there’s actually a person in this world who will come to your house, dry up your placenta and turn it into capsules. That definitely sounds more appealing than a cocktail, or at least until you watch the video below.

Of course, playing with your placenta need not be limited to cocktails and main dishes. One creative soul has come up with the placenta teddy bear (pictured), and eHow offers this delightful lesson on how to make placenta prints. Because really, who doesn’t want one of those?

(We don’t.)



We all know about them using placenta in cosmetics and all, and some (which I heard off, not knowing the whole fact of it though) having pop pills out of lamb placenta in order to preserved their youth and vitality but eating it?

I mean Why on earth do they have to eat that thing that came out of some women's vagina or had been in someone stomach for nine months?Don't they have any other things to eat in order to gain health effect whatsoever?

Put it this way, I am a person who find eating goats or cow's brain repelling, eating the head of this animal disgusting....eating someone's placenta?

I am still a human........


Wednesday, 7 July 2010

Hailing the Mat Rempits - another Malay enigma.

KUANTAN: RM20,000 in cash awaits the Mat Rempit who ride the slowest.

The state government is organising a special "race" for more than 1,600 youths it had identified as Mat Rempit.

Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob said all of them would be invited to take part in the race.
The race would be divided into several categories where riders have to ride for about 50 metres.
"They can ride just any way they like.
"But they have to use their skills to be the last to reach the finishing line without falling to become the winner," he said at the joint opening of the Umno delegates' meeting for Kuantan and Indera Mahkota divisions here yesterday.

Adnan said "this first of its kind" race was part of the state government's effort to get closer to the public, especially those involved in social problems.

He said Umno leaders must organise more programmes that the public and grassroots leaders can participate in.
"We must work hard as if the general election will be held tomorrow," he said.
To ensure victory, he said Umno must ensure that its members remained with the party.

At the same time, they must also try to woo fence-sitters and counter allegations hurled by opposition parties.


How stupid a minister can be? I wonder what is the benefits out of one race?
Making side income for the next GE?

Maybe he is trying to follow suit the king of Rempits, Khairy Jamaluddin (KJ) in idolising the Mat Rempits on the pretext of 'trying' to help them to take a good course in life.

It's a joke.
Worthless effort.
Silly idea.
An obvious show of stupidity.