Monday, January 28, 2013


A person who is terribly ashamed of his roots - INDIAN ROOTS.
Ayah Mahathir Pendatang Asing...

Mahathir Sepatutnya Ucap Terima Kasih Kepada Tunku... Kalau kewarganegaraan itu tidak diberi kepada bapanya, mungkin hari ini Mahathir berada ditanah air bapanya iaitu di Kerala.

Ayah Mahathir adalah pendatang dari Kerala, Selatan India etnik Malayalam. Iskandar Kutty berhijrah ke Tanah Melayu dan memeluk Islam serta berkahwin dengan orang melayu dan menukar namanya kepada Mohamed

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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Rusuhan Tersembunyi / The Silent Riot

ECGMA says: Hmmm....I don't have any recollection of this incident. Any 'older' Malaysians remember this? East Malaysians no doubt would kow about this 'silent riot'.
This must have been censored in the mainstream media.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

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Saturday, January 19, 2013

One Malaysian Family did this..

Saw something being flung out of a car a couple of cars in front while waiting at the traffic lights and I saw this at the side of the road, a used dirty nappy that was thrown out of the car. What can we deduce from this? Despicable! Shame on you, Malaysian family!

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Bye-Bye Najib (ABU)

Financial Management...

Country Of Origin...Malaysia

A beggar said to another beggar, "I had a grand dinner yesterday."

"How?" The other beggar asked.

First  beggar, "Someone  gave me a RM 100 note yesterday. I went to the KL Tower Revolving Restaurant and ordered  wine & dinner worth RM 1,000, and enjoyed the dinner...When the bill came, I said, I had no money. The manager called the policeman, and handed me over to him. I gave the RM 100 note to the police fellow, and he set me free."

Isn't that a wonderful example of financial management?


Patrick Teoh scorched after Facebook fire of Kedah CNY rules @ Wed Jan 16 2013

Patrick Teoh scorched after Facebook fire of Kedah CNY rules

January 16, 2013
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 16 — Potty-mouthed local celebrity Patrick Teoh, once dubbed the "Voice of Malaysia", was roasted today over his Facebook rant against PAS-led Kedah's controversial entertainment guidelines planned for next month's Chinese New Year (CNY) celebration.

The 65-year-old's outraged followers vented their disappointment and disgust at the outspoken actor's remarks, chiding him for being religiously insensitive towards Muslims despite living in a multicultural country.

A screen grab of the post before it was taken down from Teoh's Facebook page.
"after all these years living with your malay-muslim friends, still u don't know how to not touch the sensitivity patrick? all enormous respect for u i've been giving all these years have gone into the drain," a former admirer identified as Lan Halamy wrote on Teoh's Facebook page today.
"If you have nothing good to say, please refrain your fingers from typing something useless and insensitive as what you did just now," wrote another follower, Nadia Zulkefli.

"Patrick (picture), I do agree with you that PAS shouldn't try to impose Islamic values to non-Muslims but the way you put it in your previous status makes me go 'hmmmmm?'" one Rina Sadon posted on the social network, adding that she found it "kindda weird [sic]" to be the one offering advice as she had grown up listening to the once-popular veteran radio deejay.

The Perak-born star of local movies such as "Nasi Lemak 2.0", "Buli" and "The Red Kebaya" had drawn flak over his Facebook posting yesterday criticising the Kedah government's January 9 guidelines for the state's upcoming 1 Malaysia Chinese New Year event, which dictated among other things, the appropriate attire for officials, stage performers and choice of songs and dances.

"Encouraged to sing motivational songs!!! What kind of f****** motivation they want? Give up individuality and be sheep? Pray 5 times a day? Cover up all women? What???!!!

"And while they are at it, please tell us what the f*** extreme singing and dancing is?" he had posted, and blasted the state for being "Quran-thumping m***** f******!!!"

Teoh has since removed the offensive post from his Facebook page, and apologised for his remarks, which he acknowledge had made him sound like a religious bigot.

"Whoa!!!...whoa...whoa...I now realise what I did that was wrong and why it generated so much hate-mail. I had thought that the criticism came from my use of the phrase, "Quran-thumping m***** F*****..." I was wrong. It came from my reference to 'Give up individuality and be sheep? Pray 5 times a day? Cover up all women?' which was totally out of line. It didn't convey what I was trying to say in the post and came out like a bigoted selfish statement. For that I apologise sincerely to all Muslims. Minta maaf. But I do not apologise for calling that person a...well you know what I mean. I hope.

"On good advice I am taking down the offensive post immediately. I am doing this not because I am censoring myself but to avoid causing further hurt to my fellow Malaysians whom I respect. Thank you," he posted a few hours ago.

Comments on the subject continued to stream in and while a substantial number of commenters adopted a moderate stance, a large number also posted racial comments and challenged Teoh to leave the country if he was so dissatisfied with government policies.

"Penakut...kalau berani buat balik..babi punya MF...oooppss..saya minta maaf 1malaysia," posted Facebooker, Putra Abdullah. 

[Translation: Coward... if brave go back... Chinese pig.. bible MF...oooppss..I apologise 1 Malaysia]

"if pkck patrickvdh xsuka sgt duduk kt msia ni,g berambus la [If Uncle Patrick does not like living in Malaysia so much, get out]," said another Facebook user, Ruhaiza Mohd Zappah.

Racial and religious issues have been talked up in recent days as questions over the rights of Muslims and non-Muslims to call their respective gods "Allah" and the introduction of an Islamic penal code hog media headlines nationwide in the run-up to Election 2013.

Democracy is when I speak you listen!

via Dr. Hsu's forum by Dr Hsu on 1/15/13
when i speak you listen
This is why Malaysia is where we are today:
Listen, Listen, listen, listen, listen, listen, when I speak, you listen
Listen, listen, listen,we are big shots and  you are nobody, you listen when we speak
Listen, listen listen, democracy is when I speak you listen!

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Hitler finds out about sharipah


Bank suspends analyst after poll forecast | theSundaily

What a pitiful and sorry state of affairs the politics of Malaysia has become. We now don't have the freedom of speech and fear what we say so as to not affect our livelihood? WTF!

Bank suspends analyst after poll forecast | theSundaily

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Snatch thieves - expensive lesson learned, don't talk on the phone while driving

09 January 2013 | last updated at 11:55PM

Foreigner loses RM35,000 to snatch thieves

IN SHOCK: Mother of two was at a traffic light junction when 6 men on motorcycles attacked


A PREGNANT Australian citizen was left in shock after her car window was smashed and her handbag grabbed when she stopped at a traffic light junction near Bandar Utama, here, yesterday morning.
The victim, Karen Chuah, 40, was attacked by six men on three motorcycles before they escaped with her handbag containing cash and jewellery estimated at RM35,000. Chuah was not harmed.
Speaking to the New Straits Times, the mother of two said the incident occurred about 9.30am when she was on her way to a shopping centre.
Chuah, who was driving a Honda Accord, stopped at a traffic light at Lebuh Bandar Utama and was on the phone with her mother when two men on a motorcycle smashed the front passenger window.
"One of them tried to grab the handbag which was on the front passenger seat and I tried to stop him. There was a tug-of-war," she said.
Realising that the robbers had accomplices, she gave up and let go of her handbag.
"After the robber got hold of my handbag, two others on a third motorcycle rode up on my side and the handbag was passed them over the car.
"Then all three motorcycles sped off. Two did not have registration plates," she said.
Chuah tried to give chase but lost them in heavy traffic.
She claimed that she was still in a daze but what troubled her was the fact that the incident was witnessed by many motorists but none came forward to help.
"The robbers had planned this well. Two of them on one motorcycle pulled off the robbery while four others on two motorcycles were on hand to intercept if anything went wrong with the heist," Chuah said.
"I cannot believe that the robbers were so bold. I have heard of such incidents but never thought that I would be a victim."
A Petaling Jaya police spokesman confirmed the incident and urged witnesses to come forward. Police had also lifted several sets of fingerprints from Chuah's car.
The incident occurred less than 48 hours after an AirAsia X pilot and his wife suffered a similar incident at Jalan P. Ramlee in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday evening.
The couple had stopped at a traffic light junction when two men on a motorcycle smashed the front passenger window, punched the pilot's wife before escaping with her handbag containing RM4,000 and other valuables.
The pilot and his wife also noted that the robbers were bold even though there were scores of motorists around.
Karen Chuah looks on as a police officer examines her car. Pic by Zulfadhli Zulkifli
Karen Chuah looks on as a police officer examines her car. Pic by Zulfadhli Zulkifli

Read more: Foreigner loses RM35,000 to snatch thieves - General - New Straits Times

Friday, January 11, 2013


 Who will you vote for? Talk bird a bit.....
Yaw Shin Leong
Yaw Shin Leong was a rising star in the Workers' Party, holding the position of Treasurer in the party and was a Member of Parliament representing the constituency of Hougang after the 2011 Singapore General Elections until he was expelled by the party in February 2012 for an alleged extramarital affair. He was the first man to be brought down by a sex scandal in 2012. A string of many would follow.
Unidentified underage prostitute
An unidentified underage prostitute had commercial sex with over 50 men and caused all of them to be charged and sentenced. Many prominent men of high social status and/or wealth were brought down by their moment of lust, including Lee Lip Hong, former principal of Pei Chun Public School; Howard Shaw, former executive director of the Singapore Environment Council and grandson of Shaw Organisation founder, Runme Shaw; and Gary Ng, a sex fiend nicknamed "Singapore Edison Chen".
Pastor Kong Hee
Co-founder of mega church, City Harvest, Pastor Kong Hee was charged by the Singapore Commissioner of Charities together with 5 other of his church leaders in June. The 6 of them are accused of putting S$24 million into sham investments to help fund the music career of Pastor Kong's wife, Sun Ho. Another S$26 million worth of church funds were then allegedly misappropriated to balance the church's account books.
Cecilia Sue Siew Nang
IT sales executive Cecilia Sue Siew Nang is the mystery women who is involved in an alleged commercial corruption case involving former Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) chief Ng Boon Gay. As the drama over their sordid affairs unfold in the courtroom, Cecilia taught Singaporeans new meaning to phrases like "Do u DIY?".
Amy Cheong
Within 48 hours, Amy Cheong was fired from her cushy job as an Assistant Director at NTUC because of racist remarks she made on her Facebook and was chastised by no less than Minister Lim Swee Say and even Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. Internet is serious business. Amy learned it the hard way.
National University of Singapore law professor, Tey Tsun Hang, 41, was charged in court in July with 6 offences in relation to a sex-for-grades graft probe involving former student Darinne Ko Wen Hui.
Alvin Tan Jye Yee
Malaysian ASEAN scholar, Alvin Tan Jye Yee, 24, gained notoriety for posting explicit photos and videos of himself and his girlfriend online. He has since been stripped of his scholarship by the National University of Singapore.
Michael Palmer
People's Action Party's MP for Punggol East Single Member Constituency and Speaker of the House in the Parliament of Singapore, Michael Palmer resigned from his positions on 12 December due to an affair with a member of the People's Association, Ms Laura Ong, a constituency director of Pasir Ris West Constituency Office. He rounded up a year of sex scandals and sordid affairs, kicked started by his opposite in blue, Yaw Shin Leong.

Thursday, January 10, 2013


Happy Pukii - ban in Malaysia, for sure!

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Crystal Crown Hotel explains 'halal' signboards

Hotel explains 'halal' signboards

Jared Pereira | January 10, 2013
Crystal Crown's chief operating officer reveals that the signboards were put up to comply with the regulations set by the Malaysian Department of Islamic Development (Jakim).
PETALING JAYA: The controversial signboards beside three elevators at the Crystal Crown hotel here were put up to comply with the requirements stipulated by the Department of Islamic Development (Jakim) regarding the transportation of non-halal food.
Crystal Crown's chief operating officer Khoo Hui Keam said: "Our 'halal' licence expired last June and Jakim had new requirements which stated that we [Crystal Crown] could not renew it because we had a Chinese eatery within the hotel which served pork."
She added that the hotel management tried speaking to the Chinese eatery to stop serving food which contained pork.
"The owner of the restaurant turned back at us and said: 'If you guys want us to stop serving pork, it is as good enough as asking us to leave'," she told FMT.
However, Khoo said that the management was reluctant to vacate the Chinese eatery as they had been long-serving customers of the hotel and were good "pay masters" for rental.
The Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) got involved as well, according to Khoo, and they offered to appeal for the hotel to get its certification renewed if they separated the passage through which "halal" and "non-halal" food were transported.
Crystal Crown's management decided to go ahead with the JAIS' recommendation and the signboards at levels B1, B2, and B3 were erected to notify food suppliers that only "halal" food could be transported using those elevators.
FMT understands that food suppliers to the Chinese restaurant have to use the staircase to transport their "non-halal" goods.
Asked if there was any monitoring of the goods that go in the lifts, Khoo said: "There are security personnel at all three floors and the lifts have video surveillance as well."
Referring to the signboards, Khoo added that both Jais and Jakim visited the hotel premises last week and were not pleased.
"They said that it [signboards] were 'too high' and wanted them lowered to eye-level. They also complained that the signboards are not striking enough," she said.
Due to their complaints, Khoo said a new sign was to be put up soon with a brighter colour so suppliers were well aware that only "halal" goods could pass through the lifts.
FMT discovered that 20% to 30% of the hotel's patrons were from government bodies and if Crystal Crown was to lose its halal certification, it would lose all the customers from this
target group.
Quizzed whether other hotels were practising the same, Khoo said many do not because their licence was still valid and not up for renewal.
"Once their licence has lapsed, then they will have to comply with Jakim and Jais' requirements if they are to keep their certificate," she added.

'Halal' elevators at four-star hotel

Jared Pereira | January 9, 2013
A leading four star hotel has signboards beside several elevators which instruct that only 'halal' goods can be transported in the lift.
PETALING JAYA: The Crystal Crown hotel here has signboards erected next to three elevators which state that only "halal" goods can be transported in the lifts and the hotel management has not commented.
A visit to the hotel earlier today to scout for the signboards, which have been making headway in the social media, resulted in the findings of three identical signs on three floors.
FMT understands that these signboards are located on levels B1, B2 and B3.
A further sign on top of the elevators' doors state that these lifts are "for staff only" and attempts to speak to the management have been futile.
An attempt to seek the views of both the attendants and car jockey were fruitless as well with both saying,: "I don't know…ask counter….ask counter," referring to the front desk.
However, the Islamic Consumer Association of Malaysia (PPIM) had an explanation for these signboards.
"Maybe the purpose of these elevators is to cater to kitchens and places where food is stored," said PPIM chief activist Nazim Johan.
His claims may be justifiable because as far as FMT understands, the three lifts are only accessible via the staircase and not the main elevator in the lobby.
He said that both the Malaysian Department of Islamic Development (Jakim) and the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) have very strict conditions when it comes to the handling of halal food.
"The hotel definitely will do everything they can to prevent losing their halal certification as it would mean a huge loss of business for them," he added.
Speaking to FMT, Nazim cited the recent case two days ago of Corus Hotel in KL having their halal certificate revoked by Jakim and said that Crystal Crown would not want to suffer the similar fate.
The hotel management, Jakim and Jais were all unreachable for comment.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013


Washington 13/12/2012
Despite Malaysia's high-profile anti-corruption crusade, half of the corporate executives surveyed by a global corruption watchdog believe that competitors have obtained business in the country through bribery.
Transparency International said Malaysia scored worst in the 2012
Bribe Payers Survey.It asked nearly 3,000 executives from 30 countries whether they had lost a contract in the past year because competitors paid a bribe, and in Malaysia, 50% of them said 'yes'.
Second on the dubious honor roll was Mexico, which was at 48%.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Japan was ranked as the world's least-corrupt place to do business, with just 2% of respondents saying they had lost out due to bribery.
Malaysia's neighbour Singapore was second-cleanest, which was at 9%.
Even Indonesia, with a long-standing reputation for corruption, fared better than more-developed Malaysia.
By comparison, 27% of respondents in China said they thought bribes had cost them business, the report said.
"It shows the attitude of private companies in Malaysia, indicating that bribery in the public sector could be systemic and in a sense institutionalized," Paul Low, president of the Malaysian chapter of Transparency International, said.

Sunday, Prof Swee Tan (ex-Malaysian) - SWEE TAN - Semi-finalist for New Zealander of the Year 2013

ECGMA says: ex-Malaysian, Malaysia's loss, NZ's gain!

This Dr stands at the threshold of the Nobel Medicine Prize if he makes it to the ultimate, ''a cure for cancer''.

He remains in NZ out of a gratitude to the country which believes in his dreams.

SWEE TAN - Semifinalist of New Zealander of the Year 2013 

Swee is a renowned plastic surgeon whose pioneering research into strawberry birthmarks has implications for finding a cure for cancer.

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Acts of kindness becoming very rare these days

I have to agree with the author. Not all Malaysians are uncourteous and/or rude BUT there are more than 1 too many rotten Malaysian apples giving a bad name to the fruit basket!
Malaysians will cut queues, double/triple park blocking properly parked cars, throw rubbish out of cars while on the move....the ugly Malaysian list goes on. Last weekend, I was at Kota Damansara Ginza, in came a young Malay family of 4 in a Malaysian made car MyV into the carpark and to my disgust and astonishment, the 2nd child, around the age of 3, was on the father's lap in the driver's seat! He was reversing into the parking bay right in front of me. In other words the child was on his lap while he was driving from who knows where?!?! MyV by Perodua is a small car. With impatient and uncourteous Malaysian drivers on the roads, this young father was stupidly foolish.

More on ugly Malaysians:

The ugly side of Malaysians - Opinion | The Star Online

The rise of educated 'ugly Malaysians' - Opinion | The Star Online

zorro-unmasked: SEVEN UGLY MALAYSIANS.

Enter the ugly Malaysian

The Ugly Malaysian – BorneoPost Online | Borneo , Malaysia, Sarawak Daily News | Largest English Daily In Borneo

Who qualifies as an ugly Malaysian? - Columnist - New Straits Times


The good, the bad and the ugly Malaysian

To spot the Ugly Malaysian, all you need to do is look in the mirror

....and many more....too many to list.