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Double Face Anwar

July 1, 2010

He is not a Minister, he is not a UN member, he is not a businessman.

Why the hell is he in the States? Fighting for gay rights?

Visitting friends? Oh sure, you can be friended jews and pro- israel terrorists but you can’t be friended with your own race counterparts?

Anwar Ibrahim is nobody and yet he can fly across continents, hire expensives lawyers and lawbreakers, friends with jews and “touch-N-go” with what’s his name.

His friend Raja Petra is somewhere not in Malaysia taking refugee, if you are right why be afraid? If you making stuff up, then yeah.. no wonder you’re running away leaving no trace.

Saiful said Anwar fucked him, Anwar said no, no, no i didn’t fucked him, no, no, no!

Anwar Ibrahim is a complete package: Straight, gay, in front, in the ass, jews friendly, usa friendly, malaysian governent non-friendly, imam, father, sodomizer, ex-con, self poisoned with arsenic in prison, if Malaysia is in a financial crisis IMF is not his last resort.. it’s his first choice! His only choice.

He wants to bring down the country to bring himself up. He wants, he always wanted to be the prime minister. We all know that. We know, when you want something really bad, you’ll do everything to get it.

That’s what Anwar Ibrahim’s doing. While he’s doing that, collateral damage is everywhere. The riots, Malays are divided into groups, Chinese are divided into groups, Indians are divided into groups and these shameful events happen when we wanted unity so bad.

Anwar Ibrahim is a bad seed. A smart one tho. DON’T LET HIM FOOL YOU! Anwar Ibrahim, that sneaky double face man…


It’s hot in here, must be summer!

June 13, 2010

It’s a peaceful country we live in, ain’t it? So hot, it’s literally summer all year long. Well, until some of us complain that it is too hot, and the rain comes and never stop, and flood everywhere being the highlights in the local news. I had enough of expressing negative words to the world. Why don’t we all just live happy, treat people nicely and others will treat you nicely in return believe it or not.

McDonald’s sponsoring World Cup 2010, and Coca- cola too. I don’t think we want to ban world cup, am I wrong? Hurm… So how can we show our efforts to help the helpless Palestinians?

I pray and hope for peace not only for my own country but also for all mankind. We can spread the word pro- peace for Gaza instead of anti- Israel. The more rage we show, the more it benefits the oppositions. They can say we are terrorists, because we did terrorized the facilities along the roads where we strikes to express our anger in much passion.

Send peace core, funds, food and lotsa love. We pro- peace, pro to bring down Israel. We bring them to court. To justice. We’ll use the system, the new world order? We’ll see how the system they built try to bring them down. That will be fun to watch.

Justice: Apparently FIFA is more corrupted than Malaysia

November 20, 2009

Some accused the Swiss-based world governing body of football, FIFA, of bending its rules to suit the sport’s big guns like France because of the money and markets involved. France, a country of 65 million, won the world championship in 1998 and were runners-up in 2006. Ireland, population 4.4 million, chronically struggles even to qualify.

“They do video replays in rugby, American football, tennis, you name it – but not the biggest of them all, the World Cup. You tell me why,” said Robbie Nolan, a 40-year-old cabbie nursing a pint after work in a sports-themed Dublin pub bedecked in Irish football memorabilia. His cheeks still bore traces of the green, white and orange facepaint from the night before.

“I’ll tell you why,” he said, jabbing his finger at the Dublin Evening Herald’s front page picturing Henry beneath the headline: “YOU CHEAT.”

“Video replay wouldn’t allow FIFA to fix key matches, that’s why. They wanted France in the World Cup and they got their wish.


ps- Malaysia just lost 3-1 against Uzbekistan. I have no complaints and no comment for that matter. Why? Aren’t we all tired discussing about Malaysian football, it’s rubbish as it’s politic over there. You can’t win football if you have no money.

Tsunami: Calling rakyat (citizens) of the world

January 16, 2009


“Are we power less to over come these two?”

Malaysia: Your Medical Destination

January 6, 2009


Thinking about moving into a country far away from your native homeland? Perhaps that thought has come across your mind for quite some time already. However, you are concerned with a lot of things. From adjustments to health care concerns, every detail has to be carefully scrutinized so that when the time comes that you are already prepared to move, you will not have to worry much even the littlest of details.

Moving to Malaysia is never a hassle, as far as the health care issue is concerned. Why is this so? Considered as the world’s sanctuary of health destination, Malaysia boasts of its high-end hospitals that provide the best services.

Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country with thirteen states and consisting of two different geographical regions that are divided by South China Sea. The rapid growing economy of Malaysia made a distinction, thus the nation is considered as the Asian Dragon.

Malaysia has diversified societies that pervade all throughout its whole regions. Chinese, Indians, and Malays constitute the whole social establishments. The country also has interesting fusions of interesting customs and vibrant cultures because of these diverse societies.

Health Care Systems of Malaysia

Malaysia is fortunate to have a very comprehensive range of the health services. The Malaysian government is very much committed to its principles of a universal access to those high-quality health care in which the local Ministry of Health offers thru wide varieties of nationwide networks of clinics and hospitals. However, in spite of the dedication of the local government of Malaysia to provide the best possible health care, there are still some problems that are unsolved, and one of those is the unavailability of quality health care centers in remove areas. When patients are transferred from a specific health center to a more probable hospital, doing so not only incurs some inconveniences on the part of the patient and the family, but also adds costs to the health care systems. In order to deal with the issue, a tool has been designed called the tele-primary care. This method helps the doctors on remote areas to discuss problem cases by tele-consultations with specialists and doctors on hospitals.

The Evolution of Healthcare in Malaysia

The health care in Malaysia has notably undergone some radical transformations. The earliest pre-colonial medical cares were confined mostly on those traditional remedies that are evident today on local Chinese, Malays, and some other ethnic group populations. However, with the birth of colonialism, more modern and westernized medical practices are then slowly introduced to this country. Since its independence way back August of 1957, the different systems of medical care were then transferred from British colonial rules to meet the growing needs of proper health care in Malaysia.

At present, Malaysia is divided into two sectors—the public sectors and the private sectors. Doctor are generally required to render three years of serving in public hospitals throughout the whole nation, making it a point to provide adequate coverage of the medical needs of the general population. Foreign doctors are also encouraged to share their expertise in Malaysia.

Over the years, Malaysia has been continuously vigilant about their health care system. For emigrants who are planning to stay in Malaysia, the health care system of this Asian Dragon is one thing to be worried about. The presence of so many medical schools in this nation is enough to attest that Malaysia is really serious with their aim in providing quality health care not only to its residents but to its tourists, emigrants, and visitors as well.

Some Medical Issues in Malaysia

Very common among Asian countries are over-prescription of some doctors who think of nothing but how to gain much money from their patients. This particular is actually very rampant not only in Malaysia, but also in some neighbouring Asian countries. Although there are some reductions of over-prescription cases, the problem still remains up to this day. Emigrants are warned about these issues as there are possibilities that they might come across with this. Additionally, problems about selling fake drugs have been recorded, according to major pharmaceutical firms in Malaysia but these problems have long been solved. Again, everybody should be cautious about it because safety and health are very important things.

The medical society of Malaysia also recommends all travellers, tourists, emigrants, and the likes to visit their personal physicians or travel health clinics at least four to eight weeks prior to departure. Vaccinations on the following possible medical problems should be properly done:

* Hepatitis- recommended for all the travellers
* Typhoid- recommended for the travellers who may drink or eat outside major hotels and restaurants
* Yellow Fever- required for every traveller that is more than a year old of age upon arrival. Not recommended otherwise.
* Japanese Encephalitis- for long term traveller on rural areas, or those who may possibly be engaged in unprotected and extensive outdoor activities on rural areas.
* Hepatitis B- for travellers who are possible for direct contacts with local residents. This is very important especially if the visit is more than six months.

Malaysia: Your Health Destination

Malaysia is also considered as a one stop destination not only for tourism -associated needs but also for medical–related concerns. These concerns include cardiology, dentistry, gastroenterology, screenings, general surgery, orthopaedics, ophthalmology, and plastic surgery.

Hospitals in Malaysia are considerably the best, with the latest medical equipments providing optimum performance. Along with those well-equipped hospitals, Malaysia also has the best medical practitioners who have earned their degrees in various medical schools and top universities in schools in the US.

Before you finally decide on moving to Malaysia, make it a point that you have carefully studied every possible aspect. Take time to browse over the Internet and read not only about the health care systems of Malaysia, but also the whole of Malaysia itself, meaning the history, cultural background, the geography, the people, and some other important facts about the nation. This is one way of getting acquainted to the place you are moving into, even before you are already there.


January 5, 2009


Oil prices rose above $47 a barrel Monday in Asia as a ground offensive by Israeli troops against Hamas militants in Gaza heightened tensions in the oil-rich Middle East.

Light, sweet crude for February delivery rose $1.36 to $47.70 a barrel, after earlier jumping to as high as $48.68, in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange by midday in Singapore. The contract rose Friday $1.74 to settle at $46.34.

Thousands of Israeli troops backed by tanks and helicopter gunships surrounded Gaza’s largest city and fought Hamas militants at close range Sunday, as the offensive moved from airstrikes to artillery shelling and ground fighting in a bid to stop rocket fire on southern Israel.

More than 512 people have died in Gaza while five Israelis have been killed since the offensive began Dec. 27.

“With Israeli troops going into Gaza, that just heightens fears of the possibility of a wider Middle East conflict,” said Ken Hasegawa, an energy analyst with broker Newedge in Tokyo. “Prices will likely continue to rise in the short term.”

A dispute between Russia and Ukraine over natural gas payments also concerned traders. Russian gas monopoly Gazprom has cut off gas shipments to Ukraine since Thursday, and Ukraine has warned that European customers could see serious natural gas disruptions in about two weeks.

Gazprom has continued to send gas to Europe, which relies on it for a quarter of its gas. But 80 percent of the gas Gazprom sends west passes through the same pipelines that supply Ukraine, and over the past four days the pressure in the pipelines has dropped. Some European countries — including Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania — have reported a decline in supplies.

Investors are also keeping close tabs on whether OPEC is following through on announced production cuts. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries has pledged to reduce output quotas by 4 million barrels a day since October.

“The direction of oil going forward will depend on OPEC’s compliance with their output cuts and the health of the global economy,” said Victor Shum, an energy analyst with Purvin & Gertz in Singapore. Shum expects prices to average in the low $50s this year.

An attack on an oil pipeline in Nigeria’s restive south also helped bolster prices. Regional army chief Brig. Gen. Wuyep Rimtip said Saturday he did not know how severely the pipeline was damaged and suspected local youths rather than militants were responsible for the attack.

Nigeria’s major militant group, the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta, declared a cease-fire in September, but has warned that attacks could resume if it is provoked.

In other Nymex trading, gasoline futures rose 3.25 cents to $1.14 a gallon. Heating oil gained 1.94 cents to $1.50 a gallon while natural gas for February delivery increased 1.4 cents to $5.99 per 1,000 cubic feet.

In London, February Brent crude rose $1.30 to $48.21 a barrel on the ICE Futures exchange.

We Wish You A Merry Christmas

December 24, 2008


The most wonderful Christmas gift anyone can give is the gift of a life.  Most of us, however, do not have the blood bank on our list of shopping venues. That’s not surprising because the thought of illness and operations does not fit in with our idea of the festive season.  We prefer to blank our minds to thought of horrific road crashes too. Yet illness can happen to anyone and road accidents occur whatever time of year it is. So perhaps a very good thought for the festive season would be to visit that blood bank and be a blood donor. Perhaps because people are so busy enjoying themselves that Christmas is a time when blood is very urgently needed.
Do you carry a donor card? That’s another good thought not only for Christmas but for the whole year. It doesn’t cost you anything but those who benefit from a new organ actually benefit from life itself.
Christmas is the season of giving. What better time to give of yourself rather than from your wallet. Soup kitchens, old folk’s homes and hospitals all need volunteers so why not dish out that turkey and ham rather than eat it yourself? After all in volunteering it’s in the giving we receive.

Merry Christmas Everyone.

Badminton Victory

December 21, 2008


World No 1 Lee Chong Wei needed only 33 minutes to beat Peter Gade of Denmark 21-8, 21-16 to win the men’s singles title in the BWF World Super Series Masters Finals on Sunday.Lee pocketed 40,000 dollars for his effortless win in the Badminton World Federation tournament, while Gade took the consolation prize of 20,000 dollars.

In the men’s doubles, the former All England winning pair of Koo Kien Kiat-Tan Boon Heong ended their season on a high when they made easy work of their Korean opponents, Jung Jae Sung and Lee Yong Dae, winning 21-18, 21-14 in 37 minutes.

Malaysia made a hat-trick of wins in the tournament when their top seeded women’s pair walked away with the doubles title. Chin Eei Hui-Wong Pei Tty (MASx1) overcame Indonesia’s Vita Marissa-Lilyana Natsir (INAx2) 21-15, 22-20 in 34 minutes to lift the crown.

*Only hopes and dreams for out national football team, no cheer of joy from them YET! harimau mati tinggalkan belang, manusia mati tinggalkan nama. All I see now is that belang jersi. Bila nama tu will show?!!

AFF Suzuki Cup: Bright start for KJ boys

December 6, 2008



AFF Suzuki Cup result: Malaysia 3-0 Laos

Group A P W D L F A Pt
Singapore 1 1 0 0 5 0 3
Indonesia 1 1 0 0 3 0 3
Myanmar 1 0 0 1 0 3 0
Cambodia 1 0 0 1 0 5 0
Group B P W D L F A Pt
Malaysia 1 1 0 0 3 0 3
Thailand 1 1 0 0 2 0 3
Vietnam 1 0 0 1 0 2 0
Laos 1 0 0 1 0 3 0

Ps- In 1972, Olympic game history: Malaysia 3-0 USA (round1). Believe it or not!

Also read: What happened when former US president first came to M’sia today?

A simple fact of Obama

November 28, 2008


Government Name: Barack Obama

Hometown: Honolulu, Hawaii

Fun Fact: When Obama was a child, he resided in Indonesia with his mother and stepfather, as well as Hawaii, where he finished high school, before attending Columbia University in the United States.

Claim to Fame: In 2004, Obama, the only African-American serving in the U.S. Senate at the time, raised eyebrows at the Democratic Nation Convention in Boston, Mass., where, afterwards, everyone from Oprah Winfrey to critics suggested he run for President of the United States (Obama entered the presidential race in 2007)