Sunday, July 26, 2015

Look at the contrast of our youths ...

Could this be a coincident? On July 11, the night of mayhem at Plaza Low Yat by 200 hooligans, a Sarawakian lass by name of Faye Jong had a meteorite named after her by NASA. On July 20, while 40 youths went on a rampage in Wangsa Maju we have this lass, Tan Hui Linn, receivng her award from the Sunway TES Centre for Accountancy Excellence. Tan Hui Linn was a victim of an acid attack by her father which left her visually impaired in the left eye and a face that required corrective surgery. She has since started work as an auditor in Penang.

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Monday, July 20, 2015

A calamity of a different proportion awaits us.

Something just occurred to me. As we know, many of the Japanese, Koreans, Thais, Vietnamese and Filipinos look like our local Chinese. On that night of the rumble at Plaza Low Yat last weekend, I wonder what would be the outcome had any of citizens from these countries been hurt and worse, killed by the rioters, just because they were mistaken for being local Chinese? It is also become unthinkable had the victim been a national of the People's Republic of China. Did these idiots think ahead of the kind of trouble they would land the country in ... an international outcry. This is something our prime minister doesn't need at this time as he already has his hands full with the 1MDB scandal.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

The mayhem at Plaza Low Yat, it's all about $$$$

Like I have mentioned in my earlier posting, the trouble that took place at Plaza Low Yat was more than meet the eye.  It is all about money, money, money ... and certainly not the Lenovo smart phone.

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An asteroid named after her

Out of the stink of last weekend's fiasco at Plaza Low Yat, here is an event that comes out smelling like a rose. Our heartfelt congratulations to Faye Jong Sow Fei for having an asteroid named after her by NASA.
While we are busy making the country proud, we have others who spare no efforts in dragging the country down the gutter.
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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Racial riot? It is more like a distraction.

Many people claimed that the recent incident at Low Yat Plaza was racial in nature, but I doubt it.
Not so long ago in Klang, there was a case of a snatch thief (read Malay) whose victim was an old lady (read Malay). Five men (read Chinese) who were having a bak-kut-teh meal at a nearby shop, quickly gave chase, caught the thief and beat the life out of him. They were later arrested by the police and remanded. How is it that no Malay mob turn up to exact revenge for the snatch thief? Why was it not categorised as a racial event then? Isn't this case more or less the same as the incident at Low Yat Plaza? I suspect that this is a premeditated act as no one could muster such a big group of near 100 people within a short time, and conveniently they all happened to be from Perkida unless this NGO coincidentally happened to be having their buka puasa gathering nearby? I suspect an 'agent provocateur' was sent in to cause trouble, while the rest lurked in the vicinity of the building waiting for the signal to act. Why such a scheme was carried out, are reasons best known to them. Furthermore, I am not an authority on smart phones, but do fake Lenovo phones exist in the market? If no, how could they claim that the phone sold to the 'thief' was a fake? On top of that, this is the holy month of Ramadan. What were these blokes doing in an area like Bukit Bintang anyway where all businesses considered haram operate there?
This is the second of such incident following the mob attack on a DAP ceramah in Masai, Johore recently.

Now we know why UMNO is so full of duds.


Thursday, July 9, 2015

As though things can't get any worse ...

Najib knows he is in deep shit, even though he may not be guilty of any wrong doing as claimed by him, but the pressure on him is nonetheless telling.  How is he going to extricate himself from the mess is anyone's guess.  On the other hand, in their over-zealousness to protect their boss, some sycophants are making remarks that are deemed outright damaging to Najib's credibility.  And below is one example by the IGP that he intends to investigate on the source of the 'leaked' information.  If all that have been disclosed todate are false, why bother to investigate anyway?  Just go to court and sue the party involved for damages.  But, then, he felt he must have say on the matter, no matter what.


























This also applies to the AG.  Come on now AG, please get real and stop diverting the issue. If the PM really have private accounts into which foreign funds worth some USD700 million REALLY went in, then an investigation should be made IRRESPECTIVE of where the information comes from. Hanky panky deals must not be covered up and those who leaked such information should be PRAISED instead of threatened. Wrongdoings ought to be prosecuted and not protected simply because the alleged wrongdoer is the PM, your boss. We have a very cock up police and attorney general office which protect selective individuals by threatening whistleblowers instead of upholding the laws. In another report, he clarified none of the 6 accounts frozen belong to the PM when all along the public was led into believing at least one is his. Can the taskforce please be truthful and not be ambiguous? Just give us the facts please. Whatever you said, or not say, only fuel more speculations. If the PM didn't have those private accounts PLEASE Ambank and BNM say so lah. Keeping quiet only make us believe he did. The manner the authorities react to the entire 1MDB scandal, Melbourne property purchase and now the WSJ expose is really sickening.

Read article here.