MCA’s Leadership to Change – minus a Ministry?

Corruption and racial politics are two main top ala-cartes on the ruling government’s menu headed by UMNO. These two authentic cuisines are so delicious that after 52-year of independence they (corruption and racial politics) are still being practiced by the ruling BN government. Just like in the stock market whereby the stock prices are determined […]

... written on Sep 07 2009

Now I bet you would like to welcome Badawi back as PM

Someone commented that I should shut-up and give Najib’s administration an opportunity to perform hence I shouldn’t be so negative about the current ruling government. Maybe this guy/gal did not have the opportunity to visit the infamous MACC (Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission) office and tasted a cup of their aroma coffee. I wonder if this smart […]

... written on Jul 17 2009

Najib’s 100th Day – New Promises? Just Shut-Up, Please

President Obama shot down the idea of a second stimulus package, something which many had speculated thanks to the suckers’ rally that has lost its steam, clarifying that the first stimulus should be given time to show its effect. Obama urged Americans to be patient as his economic recovery plan was designed to work over […]

... written on Jul 11 2009

PKFZ’s RM12 Billion Scandal – Where’re the Sharks?

PKFZ (Port Klang Free Zone) scandal is perhaps the biggest scandal the country ever had so far from the legacy of former premier Mahathir Mohamad since the BMF scandal, that’s if you ignore the Central Bank’s losses from the foreign exchange speculation. BMF (Bumiputra Malaysia Finance Ltd) scandal involved losses of about RM2.5 billion (that’s […]

... written on May 30 2009

Cover-Up and Face-Saving – A Rush for the Chairs

Money was not the main driver to people who are already filthy rich. People such as Bill Gates do not have to worry about money so much so that his “real job” now is running the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Politicians especially from certain countries in Asia are also filthy rich but don’t expect […]

... written on May 04 2009

Transportation – Silly PR Stunt and PKFZ Scandal Revisit

Isn’t it both funny and laughable to read how the prime minister opted the cheap-skate method of doing their PR stunt? The sleepy former PM may have left us for good to enjoy his forever honey-moon period but I bet everyone can still recall how he took a ride on LRT in an attempt to […]

... written on Apr 27 2009

Mahathir-Najib Cabinet, Losers but Cronies are Welcome

The much-awaited new cabinet (no, it’s not kitchen cabinet) list is out and everybody is talking about it or rather digesting the difference compared with the previous one. In the process the Altantuya murder case which came to an end after the death sentence was delivered for both killers, never mind they have no freaking […]

... written on Apr 10 2009

Mahathir’s Racist Agenda – Dynasty’s Survival Series

Mahathirism is set to come back and it will be back with vengeance. The old former dictator has enough of the so-called retirement. There’s much work to be done to ensure his dynasty continues to prosper and take over the throne after Najib Razak completed his premiership as to the R.A.H.M.A.N political prophecy. For the […]

... written on Mar 22 2009

Still steamy hot with fuel hike? Why not kick Badawi’s arse?

Don’t you hate Monday? It’s not end of the month so there’s no reason to celebrate. If you didn’t manage to squeeze some drops into your tank last week, chances are you already felt the pain of pouring extra 40 percent for the fuel by now. But seriously do you think this time around people […]

... written on Jun 08 2008

Al Capone of Broadcom, he did it in the wrong country

There was a saying that two Malaysian could not outsmart one Singaporean; four Singaporean could not outsmart one Hongkies (Hong Kong) and four Hongkies could not outsmart one Chinese (China). I’m not sure about Chinese against American or Jewish though and please, there’s no racial element in the statement. Take it as a joke if […]

... written on Jun 06 2008

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