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China Bans Winnie The Pooh – Here’s Why The Teddy Bear Is Blacklisted

President Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign is legendary. The Chinese Communist Party has long been associated with corruption. In fact, corruption has become a culture in the Chinese government. Naturally, Xi’s crackdown on corruption has been met with huge resistance that he was accused of using it as a tool to eliminate his political rivals.   […]

... written on Jul 17 2017

The Evil Google Finally Met Its Match – Fined A Record €2,424,495,000 In EU

How do you deal with an evil monster you cannot possibly beat? You either join the monster or leave the monster alone; hoping that one day a bigger monster would deal with it. After all, how could you fight a US$650 billion mighty company? First introduced around 2000, “Don’t Be Evil” has been the motto […]

... written on Jun 28 2017

Top-5 Simple Secrets That Make Singapore Changi The World’s Best Airport

For the fifth year running, Singapore’s Changi Airport has emerged as the world’s best airport. The Changi has been so good in winning the crown that none of its neighbours in the Southeast Asian (ASEAN) region could give the Singapore airport a run for its money. The nearest competitor – Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) […]

... written on Jun 14 2017

Sorry UMNO Folks, Here’re 12 Differences Between Donald Trump And Najib Razak

Suddenly every single UMNO member and supporter sings like a canary – praising and worshipping Donald Trump as if he is Allah. Trump’s stunning victory has indeed made him very popular, so much so that the President-elect is now more popular in Muslim countries than in his own country, the United States. That’s absolutely amusing!! […]

... written on Dec 01 2016

First Family’s Monkey Report On FBI Conspiracy Has Backfired Spectacularly

Monkey see, monkey do – is a saying refers to the learning of a process without an understanding of why it works. If you ask former Malaysia Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, he will gladly tell you such monkeys do exist in abundance – in the form of UMNO leaders throwing punches in the air in […]

... written on Aug 03 2016

Here’s Why Making His Son A PM Isn’t The Reason Mahathir Attacks Najib

Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones, goes the popular proverb. It’s particular true when one had successfully escaped from a pariah fake democracy country like Malaysia to a developed United Kingdom, the British Empire that happens to have had once colonized the former.   Top blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin (popularly known […]

... written on Apr 25 2016

Here’re 2 Methods To Skin Najib, But Election Is Not One Of Them

Contrary to what Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s band of supporters and bloggers would like to believe, the 1MDB scandal is too messy and too scandalous to go away. And that’s good news to them because that means Najib regime would have to keep paying their wages as cyber troopers – earning an average RM3,000 […]

... written on Apr 13 2016

Sorry Folks, Here’s Why LGE & Toyo’s Bungalow Scandals Aren’t Similar

Lim Guan Eng (LGE), if he’s a kopitiam boss or a roast pork seller, would not get the attention (and trouble) he’s getting now. In fact, nobody would care that he had struck a good deal getting himself a bungalow for RM2.8 million – a crazy discount to market value. At 10,161 square feet, his […]

... written on Mar 26 2016

Relax Najib, ABC Reporters Just Asking Questions, Not Throwing Shoes At You

Najib’s supporters and bloggers should answer this puzzle. Why can’t their paymaster – Prime Minister Najib Razak – be a “real man” and answer questions from foreign journalists? Why does the prime minister need to run away every time questions are asked about the murder of Altantuya or corruption related to US$1 billion found in […]

... written on Mar 16 2016

Losing Social Media War – After 86,000 Angry Emojis, It’s “#SuspectMyPM”

If social media creativity is an indicator, Malaysia should have had many Steve Jobs or at least some international brands such as Samsung, if not better. Government’s policy of racism, discrimination and systematic degradation of national education system, however, has produced a society with poor critical thinking skills.   The Government of Malaysia, dominated by […]

... written on Mar 10 2016









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