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General election 13

May 7, 2013

It has been couple of days now since the day of reckoning. I feel things is never going to be quite the same anymore. Mahathir’s son becoming the next MB of Kedah. We saw that coming. Nurul Izzah, daughter of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim. That was no shocker. Ibrahim Ali. It was his time to go. Najib won, Anwar won, Husam lost, and so on. After 22 years, Nik Aziz called it off. Who’s next for that vacant seat? Selangor, who’s going to have that MB seat now? So many things you can talk about Malaysian politics nowadays from inedible ink of SPR until Bangladesh. I gotta go to work now. My patients needs me. I am no political leader but i love all my patients and i care for them. I hope all these leaders elected can have this same feeling and passionate towards their people. I love Malaysia.

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Hectic In Kuala Lumpur: Anwar’s Pakatan Rakyat Road Terrors

December 5, 2010

Rebellious supporters of Anwar Ibrahim flooded the city today. It’s believed that the havoc started from Masjid Negara that caused major traffic jams. More people occupying the roads than the cars itselves. Cvilized citizens were trapped in long hours of traffic jams due to  opposition alliance rebellious action. Police should take stern action against the head of their nature. Family Sunday-day-out were interrupted. Inconvenience to the public, the mosque has become their customs. There were no permit, illegal assembly.

Fuel price of Ron95 had been increase in relation to increase oil prices in the global market. To be not bias, TodayMalaysia.wordpress hope that the government will look into the matter and make a win-win changes simply because people are just not happy to get stuck in the long hours of traffic jam.

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…

Reaction towards Datuk T.Murugiah over compulsory public service for doctors

January 27, 2010

Govt may extend compulsory public service for doctors

PUTRAJAYA: The Government proposes to extend the compulsory public service for doctors to five or 10 years from the current three to overcome the annual shortage of doctors in its hospitals, Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Senator Datuk T. Murugiah said Wednesday.

“Doctors should not only think about profit. They also have to think about the country’s interests — your contribution to the country,” he said.

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Datuk T. Murugiah is proposing a proposal which could see more doctors flying and migrating away from Malaysia. Imagine all the hard working hours and over(when i say over, it means too much) times and ridiculous treatment by the senior doctors.

Instead saying something which could make you win another term in the government office and lose more doctors to private sectors and to other countries (who pay and treat them better), why don’t you start to contribute to the country instead of chasing the big bucks for yourself!

You know the problem. Don’t solve a problem by making more problems. I give you a hint. We are humans, and humans love 3 things.

1. Money, 2. Sexual partner, 3. High positions

I ask you Datuk T. Murugiah. Would you sacrifice your position now and work long hours like any other labour? Would you want to spend less time with your wife(or affairs?) and family than it already is to work the job that giving you emotional stress and spending too much time with other strangers loved ones than your own? Would you settle for the Ringgits that you have right now, or would you run towards the windows which are always open for a better life not just for you, but also for your family.

Laws are meant to be broken, T. Murugiah. If this door closed, there are always other ones opened. It’s your move, just make sure you dont ‘check-mate’ at the wrong decision.

Please think of other proposals, pick the one that is best for all, not just for you to save you another term in that office of yours, okay?

Malaysia don’t have many doctors? You may lose more!

1 Malaysia

November 16, 2009

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1 Malaysia is a slogan officially purposed by Malaysian Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak . 1 Malaysia is noble as it only gives good meanings, values and benefits to all.. until the corrupted minds of Pakatan Rakayat (consist of opposition parties of PAS, DAP and PKR) and Anwar Ibrahim once again trying to do what they do best to undone all the good work.

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Anwar Ibrahim as gay as he always been is now the advisor of finance for the state of Selangor. As gay as it sounds, he was the finance minister of Malaysia. He was stripped and fired from that job due to corruption and gay attitude.

PAS which fooling around with Islamic faith to get votes in every general elections and by- elections stated that every member must swear in the name of God not to leave party or they will be divorced from their wives. Crazy as they always been, family ties to them seem to be so not important and well embraced like any other normal human being.

DAP are very quite at the moment as MCA is doing a relatively good effort to stabilize the party. Some might say MCA could be on a rough edge as they are internally fighting against each other.

Rumor has it that another sale is coming soon to shopping malls near you. Spend your money wisely, pay your debts and don’t forget to invest money for your future. And yes, please donate blood too.

Adios

-lotus f1 dreamer

By-election Penanti

April 28, 2009

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Anwar Ibrahim is in hunger. Hungry to see his race fall. From street violance to his vision to see the government colapse, nothing could stop him, not even prison.
He was a bad ass back then, a bad ass now even. How many bad ass had been bend down over in front of him, that remains unknown. All that we know now that, he is eyeing for his next so called victory in Penanti by-election.
Clearly say, it is not a contest of fighting for what is best for the people of Penanti but rather for what is best to full-fill the appetite of Anwar’s. He has a plan. PKR wins, PKR quits and PKR must win again.

Do we really have a choice here? PKR versus BN. What’s in it for the Pakatan Rakyat? And why BN must contest when a trap is set somewhere? In my opinion, it is just another political game. Ever since.
One is trying to fool the people, poking the harmony, scratching around the democracy system that we have. The other in another hand is trying to play it safe, try not to make any wrong move as they are building around the new democratic system with their newly appointed leader. And the people, we are caught in the middle, again.

Vote or not vote, it is better to escape, pull yourselves away from the situation. Don’t get hick ups people. Have a cup of tea or do something that would make you happy rather than taking part, get stuck, be used as the puppet in Malaysia’s political game. Malaysia political scenes has reach a point where seeing your neighbor left living on the streets is worth every effort just to see the next Ketua Kampung or Penghulu is one of your kind. That sucks. It really does.They are losing spectators here. Let them.

Tsunami: Calling rakyat (citizens) of the world

January 16, 2009

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

Anwar Ibrahim Scandal: Foreplay 2009

January 7, 2009

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Anwar renews pledge to topple government

Malaysia’s opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim on Wednesday renewed his vow to seize power from the ruling coalition, as the two sides lock horns for a key by-election.

Anwar has laid low since failing to meet a self-imposed September 2008 deadline to unseat the Barisan Nasional government, after general elections that saw the coalition handed its worst results in half a century.

“I want to say that we in the alliance are determined to topple the Barisan Nasional coalition,” Anwar said at an opposition rally here late Tuesday that drew some supporters.

“For a start, I will help our alliance candidate from PAS (Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party) obtain a big victory,” he said on the seafront of the state capital Kuala Terengganu.

And he said that Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak, who is slated to take over from Abdullah in March and is spearheading the by-election campaign, would suffer if the government loses.

“Najib is heading the Barisan Nasional machinery and if Barisan loses, it will hurt his credibility. The loss to the government will be a big blow to Najib,” he said.

The old pledge that Anwar broke

Anwar had said he would topple the government by mid-September with the help of defecting lawmakers, after elections that saw the opposition gain five states and a third of parliamentary seats in unprecedented results.

But that deadline came and went and the promised mass defections from the Barisan Nasional never materialised — underlining the dominance of the coalition which is the only government Malaysia has ever known.

Anwar’s momentum completely stalled in October when Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi agreed to stand down next March, defusing public anger at the government’s handling of the economy and failure to introduce promised reforms.

The government is now exploiting bickering within the opposition, but Anwar said the alliance was united despite disagreements over issues such as a PAS call for the introduction of Islamic “hudud” law including the stoning of adulterers.

And he said that Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak, who is slated to take over from Abdullah in March and is spearheading the by-election campaign, would suffer if the government loses.

Anwar obtained the recording of Linggam’s telephone conversation obviously for blackmailing purpose. The man responsible is in his party now. He made out that he was interested in the proper appointment of judges but actually his action was in order to seek revenge against the fourth prime minister.Now he(Anwar Ibrahim) has turned his attention to Dato Seri Najib. As usual he has found someone to make incriminating statements for him.
Anwar’s plottings. 2009, just begin.

AMERICA: ..(SUPPORTS ISRAELI TROOPS, OIL PRICE RISES, ECONOMIC PROBLEMS.. SOLVED!)

January 5, 2009

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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.

Anwar to make ‘Bangkok’ havoc in Malaysia?

November 30, 2008

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Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim assured supporters on Saturday that he was still determined to unseat the government, which foiled his bid to seize power more than two months ago.

Anwar had boasted he would be able to persuade dozens of ruling coalition lawmakers to join his opposition alliance by mid-September.

After no defections occurred, Anwar accused the government of using legal roadblocks to prevent a peaceful power transfer.

In a speech at the annual congress of his People’s Justice Party on Saturday, Anwar told more than 2 000 opposition members that the ruling National Front coalition “cannot block the will of the people(Anwar’s)”.

Political observers say it remains unclear whether Anwar ever had sufficient support to oust Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi’s administration, which rejected Anwar’s demands in September to discuss a voluntary power transfer or to call a special Parliament session to hold a vote on confidence in Abdullah’s leadership.

Anwar’s three-party opposition alliance won an unprecedented 82 seats in the 222-member Parliament in March elections, gaining ground as the National Front’s popularity plummeted amid racial disputes, a weak economy and corruption accusations.

Anwar reiterated his pledge to implement fair economic and social policies if the opposition takes power, but he did not set any new deadline. Malaysia’s next general elections are scheduled to be held in 2013.

“We promised change … but the change has not yet been achieved,” the former deputy prime minister said. “Our future is bright.”

Anwar’s comments came amid expectations of a small electoral battle. Deputy Education Minister Razali Ismail collapsed and died while playing badminton late on Friday, and a by-election will need to be held for his parliamentary seat.

– AP