Thursday, March 31, 2011

A "Watergate" in the making

Selangor Menteri Besar Abdul Khalid Ibrahim has disclosed that two faces were detected in the recording of a hidden camera which was placed at his office last August.

NONEHe said the footage reviewed by a private investigator and state government staff showed that the duo were replacing batteries in the camera when the incident occurred.

“Experts who examined the recordings found that the two faces were detected when they were fixing the camera.

“Upon examining the recordings closely, the sound recorder that was built into the hidden camera revealed a man's name, 'Fais',” he told reporters after attending the Selangor State Assembly sitting near Shah Alam today.

Abdul Khalid however, said he had yet to see the footage and wanted to give experts ample time to complete their investigations into the matter.

He said no police report would be made at the moment as the state government wanted to investigate the incident first.

- Bernama

DAP's "female assassins" in Sarawak

Meet Christina Chew, a chemistry graduate, currently the special assistant to Violet Yong. She was touted as being DAP's "special weapon" in efforts to wrest Batu Kawah seat from the incumbent representative Tan Joo Phoi, 58. Batu Kawah, the only state seat won by SUPP in the Kuching area last election, while the other four fell to DAP and PKR.

This is one of DAP's plans to introduce more female candidates in the coming state election. The move is seen as being similar to the "female assassins" tactic adopted by former Japanese prime minister Junichiro Koizumi in the East Asian country's 2005 general elections when he fielded young female candidates to wipe out those senior parliamentarians who were seen as having betrayed the ruling Liberal Democratic Party.

Namewee's new release - We're nothing at all

Namewee goes ominous rapping to the possibility that the world will come to an end soon.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Saturday night fever in Gombak - March 25 2011

This was the night when the police interrupted Anwar's speech resulting in the crowd losing their cool. Agitated by the police action, scuffles broke out, with the crowd resorting to throwing plastic bottles and chairs at the police.

Part 1

Part 2

Boy, would I love to jam with Nurul

Monday, March 28, 2011

How to protect your votes being traced

Since the GE13 is just around the corner, it is good to remind ourselves in ensuring that our votes are protected from being traced.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Chubby Checker asked, "How low can you go?"

The week that was, the Three Musketeers or better known collectively as "Datuk T" did a sting job on Anwar on his purported sexual tryst at a 5-star hotel in Kuala Lumpur.

Next, we have our tourism minister, Ng Yen Yen, who went into a condescending mode by telling MCA leaders to abide by the spirit of the BN after many of them have lashed out on Nazri for his comments made on MCA. She further added that Nazri need not apologise for what he has said. Read more here.

Now I ask you, how low can they go?

Just in case you like to sing a long, here's the karaoke version.

I feel good this Sunday morning

Instead of my usual "Nostalgic Sunday" posting, this week I would like to present to you these kindergarten kids who just made my day. In one way, it helps to bring me back to the world of sanity from the world of sewer politics of our politicians which we have been witnessing the entire week.