Posts Tagged ‘malaysia’

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…

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.

-AP

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.

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

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.

Organ donation: the gift of life

December 28, 2008

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Organ donation: the gift of life

Today more than 9,000 people in the Malaysia need an organ transplant that could save or dramatically improve their life. Most are waiting for a kidney, others for a heart, lung or liver transplant. But less than 1,000 transplants are carried out each year.
Transplants are one of the most miraculous achievements of modern medicine. But they depend entirely on the generosity of donors and their families who are willing to make this life-saving gift to others.

Desperate need for more donors

There is a desperate need for more donors. Last year more than 400 people died while waiting for a transplant. One in ten people waiting for a heart transplant will die and many others will lose their lives before they even get on to the waiting list.
The more people who pledge to donate their organs after their death, the more people stand to benefit. By choosing to join the National Donor Registry you could help make sure life goes on.

Organ Donor Line

If you’ve not signed up to the National Donor Registry, you can do so on the website or by calling the National Donor Registry Line: 03-2615-5555 ext 6576 (Hospital KL) or 03-26942705.
Lines open: 24 hours, 365 days a year
Calls are charged at your contracted rate for local calls.

For pledge forms and more information, contact the National Transplant Resource Centre.

link: What you need to know about Organ Donation?

We Wish You A Merry Christmas

December 24, 2008

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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

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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

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SOCCER NEWS:-

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?

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

The day we stand together

August 3, 2008

31st August 2008

A celebration for all.