We Came, We Saw And We Experienced Police’s Brutality

Bersih 3.0, perhaps the mother of all rallies before the coming snap election has ended with jaw-dropping reactions from both parties – the organiser and the government. This beast attracted such a huge crowd that even the police, infamous for playing down rallies participant’s number, estimated the number at 25,000. Some government-linked mouth piece toned […]

... written on Apr 29 2012

Update – Mother Of All Rallies Starts Early (Photos)

It seems (prospect) demonstrators or probably curious “tourists” decided to give the Bersih 3.0 rally a run for their money – they started flocking to the Dataran Merdeka early, or rather late at Friday night, as if they’ve not seen DBKL and police before. The scene was quite hillarious as these “tourists” snapping photos of […]

... written on Apr 28 2012

Bersih 3.0 Rally – Here’re Your Survival Kits Checklist

Tomorrow is the Judgement Day for Malaysia PM Najib Razak. The outcome of the Bersih 3.0 rally will determine if he will indeed become the shortest (4-year) serving Prime Minister of Malaysia, the shortest in the history, even shorter than his father who died in office. Tomorrow’s rally will also determine if the people will […]

... written on Apr 27 2012

Bersih 3.0 – UMNO Insiders Hope For A Chaos Rally?

The Fear Factor Season 3 is here again. In another 3 days, the much feared Bersih 3.0 rally will rock and roll in Kuala Lumpur, capital city of Malaysia. Bersih 1.0 was held in 2007, followed by Bersih 2.0 in July 2011. Both rallies delivered embarrassing moments to the Malaysian Government – Bersih 1.0 to […]

... written on Apr 25 2012

North Korea’s Future – Kim Jong-un Executive Decision

The passing of North Korea leader Kim Jong Il sent global stock markets tumbling for obvious reason – untested young son Kim Jong Un taking over from a country with a nuclear program and 1.2-million strong military, not to mention its history invasion into South Korea. While United States, South Korea and Japan are watching […]

... written on Dec 24 2011

Shame On You Mahathir, Marcos, Mubarak – Gaddafi’s Worth $200 Billion

When Pharaoh Hosni Mubarak was overthrown from his kingdom after 30-years of iron-fist rule, his fortune was estimated at somewhere between US$40 billion and US$70 billion. In terms of earnings (corruption) per year, that was more than US$1 billion to US$2 billion, perhaps the most profitable job on earth. In comparison, Forbes 2011 official richest […]

... written on Oct 24 2011

Mad Dog Gaddafi Captured, Humiliated & Shot Dead

Colonel Gaddafi (Qaddafi) didn’t die peacefully, as with other dictators. The once poweful and billionaire dictator is now dead but unlike Hitler who put a bullet into his head, Gaddafi begged for his life after being dragged from a drain. Apparently, Gaddafi tried to flee in a convoy from Surt, his hometown, but was hit […]

... written on Oct 22 2011

Here’re 11 Amazing Hidden Messages On Dollar Bills

In a couple of days, United State’s focus will be shifted to the 10-year anniversary of 911 (Sept-11) attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. This could be the sweetest anniversary or remembrance since the attacks because the master-mind, Osama bin Laden, is dead. At the same time, the federal government is escalating security […]

... written on Sep 08 2011

Romance Of Three Kingdoms – Najib, Mahathir & Anwar

Great minds think alike, but fools seldom differ and those with great minds normally think out of the box. Former premier Mahathir always thinks he has the greatest mind or intelligence amongst all the prime ministers of Malaysia. Heck, he even thought he was smarter than any prime minister or president within the Southeast Asian […]

... written on Sep 02 2011

London Riots – Ridiculous Injustice Over Sentences?

Now that the London riots are over, news making headline seems to be the so-called harsh punishments on those caught in the riots. Scotland Yard has now charged a total of 1,005 suspects after 1,733 arrests so far. But based on the amazing punishments there were debates if the courts were being consistent? Judges and […]

... written on Aug 19 2011

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