Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Jeg backs Arsenal boo-boys

That was utterly one of the most annoying Arsenal display I've ever seen apart from that game at Stamford Bridge last year when Arsenal was leading 1-0 through unlikely scorer Bakary Sagna.

For shit sake, we had two minutes to go, why couldn't we just defend? It's all about the result you goddamn pikeys thinking 4-4 should be a more stylish scoreboard for a derby game.

I couldn't believe myself I even laughed seeing Modric's delicious shot bounced off the post allowing that midget shit Lennon to tap into the net, with Al-moo-I'm-a-cow-nia hapless!

I don't care if the 4th official gave a four-minute extra time. What you could do is just waste the time lah! Didn't TH14 taught you inexperienced twats to play the ball at the corner flag? I know Bakary wanted to do that at 89th minute but Cesc, the Tit for the night arrogantly shunned that idea.

It's all about the result ye nicompoops, potentially 5-year trophyless season grabbers. Maybe Arsene should give these boys some hairdryer treatment or consider leaving the post and give it to result-driven Jose Mourinho!

When will all these shits learn? It's all about the points!

The fans have got the right to boo these shit holes' attitude. I am totally fuming over this result. With the rest of the big four winning their games, Arsenal look CERTAIN for another barren season. (yes I'm optimistic of this statement as I am ALWAYS right).

When this happens, just go, Cesc, Gallas even Luke Freeman can go to Dag and Red rather than staying to see fellow teammates squander another glorious chance for 3 points.

Maybe I can just start watching Malaysian League and support Khairy's My Team in protest for crying out loud!

Liverpool to finally win the title. Arsenal can eat my shorts.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Me against Abortion

1. I am all against abortion.

2. For me abortion opens up opportunities for people to have sex uncontrollably.

3. And have sex before marriage.

4. I am also against sex before marriage. Back door or not.

5. The western society is so free about these two matters.

6. In the name of 'human rights', people are allowed to have sex freely and go for abortion.

7. Abortion should be criminalised, where even in the case for rape, the victim will be encouraged to have the baby with the support of government funding. Naturally, no mother would actually want to disown/kill their child. Only the social pressure/culture made some desperate mothers do so.

8. It is true that some men use these opportunities to have what the society calls a 'One Night Stand'.

9. I urge women not to be that stupid to believe these men, to be very careful. Never ever give your all in the name of love, while in reality, some men just wanna get laid.

10. I believe women can have more control over sex than men. What men should do is marry to avoid hurting women.

11. Marriage is important since everything is now made officially as shared items. This, I believe will allow problems such as cheating, and trying hard to find who is the father of the child or random sex, since a marriage is still being seen as an important aspect in the eye of the society.

12. It is also important in the sense of building a good society.

13.The question of abortion will then should not rise since every married couples would always welcome a child.

14. This is the problem with the society, in the Western countries especially. Lets hope Malaysia will not follow suit, for it will destroy our society.

15. We must have our own way of thinking. Looking to the West is not always necessary. Some maybe useful but not everything is.

16. There must still be some limitations in life. Strict governance and judiciary should curb crimes and promote peaceful society.

17. Today I am sending off Azhari Razak (Asa) back home to Malaysia to reunite with his wife Awanis and their first child Azalia after a week or so of a TM's overseas trip to Poland.

18. I am so overwhelmed by his laughter when going online keeping in touch with his family when he's in our living room in London. I have never seen a friend sooo happy. He even admitted that getting married is the best thing that can ever happen to him.

19. I guess this is the life I crave. Why would I want to settle for random sex and killing an unborn child to stay happy?

20. I will have nightmares thinking what would the all-innocent child do to me in the afterlife for not letting him have a life he deserves.

21. These thoughts bring me nearer to God.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Al-Fatihah: Ramli Maidin

I was informed via facebook our Kolej Yayasan Saad Melaka's principal Encik Ramli Maidin has passed away today at around 4.50pm Malaysian time.

He died of heart failure.

Ramli Maidin was a man with personality. I always believe that he was like a father figure to me back in KYSM until I 'betrayed' him of my arrogance and mischieve...

Semoga Allah mencucuri rahmat ke atas roh Encik Ramli Maidin.


Monday, October 13, 2008

Having so many exemptions... is a problem

This is a copy and paste email content from a recruitment officer after I asked her why was I rejected from an actuarial position.


You have been rejected from these roles because you have studied Actuarial Science. The companies in question prefer pure mathematical degrees and do not look favourably on exemptions, they expect candidates to actually sit the exams.

Any queries please do not hesitate to contact me
Kind Regards

xxxx Actuarial

Don't believe it? Believe it....

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

1. The fifth Prime Minister of Malaysia better known as Pak Lah will not contest in the UMNO national election paving ways to Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah to fight for UMNO presidency.

2. What a shame, if Pak Lah had implemented all his promises, Malaysia would not be as shambles like this.

3. There would be no uprising, no rooms for opportunists and segregation of the Malays.

4. I still think Pak Lah is a nice guy, who is trying to change Malaysia from a tyranny regime, implemented by Che Det.

5. His diplomatic ways are seen to be too diplomatic, and he was branded as "lembik".

6. It was quite sudden for Malaysians to absorb, as the previous Prime Minister posed firm and active leadership.

7. Most importantly, Pak Lah's idea to exterminate corruptions was hampered by nepotism among his family, his son and son-in-law most notoriously and these were made informed to the public via the uprising of bloggers, liars or not.

8. Pak Lah's ideas were very good but the messages were not clear. For example, Islam Hadhari failed to charm the Malaysian populace, Muslims or non-Muslims.

9. The non-muslims were afraid, if Malaysia was to be transformed into an Islamic country where Hudud could be implemented.

10. The Muslims do not like the idea of a new Islam where Islam should forever be Islam.

11. They were both wrong regarding Islam Hadhari, but again, the problem is sending the right message to the people. The people was ill-informed through perceptions and alternative media, that support Opposition parties.

12. Pak Lah's downfall is quite a sad story. He could have been the best Prime Minister ever, by changing Malaysia, improving progressively on many areas, especially regarding ethics. He had the greatest mandate ever to be achieved by any other Prime Ministers in 2004 election, and he blew it.

13. His first giant hurdle was to get the backing from his MPs and Ministers, who, in many, were Mahathirised. My assumption is that he didn't get the support from all the MPs.

14. His inaction had brought questions whether changes will be made... until the people felt fed-up of waiting.

15. The dodgy actions of Khairy and Kamaluddin, had brought bad perceptions from the people. And Malaysian people tend to believe bloggers like Raja Petra because, the government did not convey the people of their side of the story. The biggest mistake ever that BN will regret for many years.

16. When Scomi suddenly became so powerful, bad perception was immediately made.

17. Same goes to Khairy with his money making companies like ECM Libra. And being over-ambitious and impatient. Again, people found it hard to accept. People see Khairy as Pak Lah's son-in-law rather than himself.

18. Promises to eradicate corruption and mis-use of power, were then being put into question.

19. And people find it, enough is enough. 2008 General Election result says it all, evidently.

20. For me, Pak Lah is again.. a nice guy. But his inability to address the people well, and control his family members, prove himself as an author of his own demise.

21. However, let me remind you, his ideas could still be our inspiration to make Malaysia a better nation.

22. When was the last time we could have Live Debate on national TV? Or have freedom of press. Blogs? Ministers are able to question Pak Lah regarding the case of conversion. Is it worse or better now compared to Mahathir's time?

23. Democratically, we are better. We are all hoping the dust will settle. The current economic crisis should not allow for prima donas. We want immediate actions!

24. Pak Lah, what a waste that you blew it. But I will learn from your story... to be a better person.

25. Lets hope your promises be materialised. For a better Malaysia.

Thursday, October 09, 2008

Re: Why do men take second wives?

The article "Why do men take second wives?" written by Dina Zaman, published on the 9th October 2008 is referred.

I tried to recall who is this Dina Zaman the writer and now I remember I replied to her previous articles many months before. And I guess it's such a waste of time to make it in full detail although I will try to answer all her puny arguments.

I bet there will be no way we can see eye to eye.

"Polygamy has nothing to do with culture or religion. Men, and women too, cheat because they can."

This is the headline she chose. How dramatic, how emotional. How feminist... NOT! Women do cheat, but compared to men, they cheat less. Maybe Dina forgot this. It is true that some women cheat, but not many. As long as you stay away from threesome porn FMM, women cheat less than men. Your friends like FMM, Dina? It seems that you agree your kind are like men too, cheat because they can. We are still different, you see. No such thing as equality.

Well, God knows more than you do, Dina. That is why He allow the men to marry one, two, three or four. But it's not an obligation to marry more than one. But some men need to and he has options. It is not just about our prophet that justifies poligamy, it's in the Quraan. Read it.

"Now, my friend takes his religious obligations very seriously. His first wife wears the hijab. So to hear him admit that it was his paramour’s cleavage that caught his heart was quite shocking."

This might sound stupid to you but not me. We men have preferences. Women have preferences too. However, I bet it's just a speculation that your friend fell in love over jugs! Be real, Dina! There must be a reason why he tried to marry another one. Did you ask him? Did he really say it was because of her breasts? You are not an idiot to realise this is just an assumption, since the friend who informed you only take into detail over a controversial/female degrading statement (being a woman I suppose). And come on, whats wrong with big breasts? She is a single mother! It's just logic she has big breasts and I dont think it's a big deal.

“Okay then. Why don’t you sell your car and take a camel to work then?” (emulating Muhammad).

What a shallow argument to compare poligamy with the way you go to work to follow the sunnah! Clearly you don't read the Quraan. If there is a suggestion that I go to work with a camel in the Quraan, I will quit tubing in London!

"I’m realistic. I know men who adore their wives and love them to bits, but they can still love their mistresses and other wives. Am I condoning affairs and polygamy? No. But this happens. It has nothing to do with Islam or being Malay, though polygamy is part of the culture. We’re Asians. We have a long history of concubinage."

Yes that makes us men different than you. We can have many wives, but you can't. You admitted that you are a westernised, secular, modern woman. Imagine this woman named Dina Zaman (not her real name), having 4 husbands. Suddenly she is pregnant. Err.. is it Scott who's responsible? Or is it Bala's? Or Ah Meng's? Or Aaron's? (no Muslim name here maybe it's because I don't think a secular can be a Muslim). Surely it will cause some confusion there. And DNA testing is not that cheap you can buy from Imbi plaza.

Culture?? Culture?? You are actually the victim of the culture! Your culture, upbringing and society, your friends do influence you in your life. If you dislike poligamy thats fine. But for me poligamy is something natural. You wanna talk science? Since you tend to be secular in every way, let me tell you a story of a cock (ayam jantan before you get too excited), in a farm in Chicken Run the movie. You wonder why he is the only male and the rest are all females? And he is old! Until a new male came unexpectedly, the Flying Rooster. It's not just in Chicken Run you know. If you can watch discovery channels, you will find an ethnic group, far from your so-called so Western life of Dina Zaman (in her own word), the leader has many wives. Culture? History of concubines in Asians? King Henry had four wives. He had to make up some stories that his first wife was evil to marry another one. And even had one of the wives killed the Boelyn girl just to re-marry. Most men are randy! Culture??? It's just inside us. And God has given us right to marry more than one. But again it's not an obligation! Not to settle for 'Zina Daman' or a prostitute. You wonder why there are more female prostitutes than gigolos? Is it not clear that the clients are mostly men? Chua Soi Lek is a man, isn't he?

But still, a man can still marry one and be happy. A man can still marry four and be happy! So why can't you just let us be happy?

"There are many single-again women like my friends and I, who still believe in marriage and love. But I can tell you, should we walk down that path again one day, we’re going down it with our eyes open and keep a part of our hearts to ourselves. Because you never know."

I don't want to get involved with your personal life, Dina. Maybe you have to look at yourself and think what's wrong with yourself. Not just rejecting all other people's ideas as if the world only revolve around you. That you want to be an activist. A female rights group. Islam has always been protecting the women. Always! I don't care if you are an aethist (in general) but try, please, to respect other people's religion and not make a mockery out of it. You have your own style. So be it. I pray that you will come back to the right path. Not blindly following your Sex-and-the-City Bible and prophets on TV! Go find your true love. A man who doesn't need to marry more than one does exist in many.

You can start by not being too aggressive about what nature has told you. What God has told you. And then men will not think you are a hazard in their marriage. That you will respect him, love him as a husband.

Some of us men do need to marry more than one. But do we have to? Is it an obligation? No. If a man can settle with only one wife, he will settle with one wife. I am a realist as well and I have to be realistic. I did not plan to marry more than one. It's not something that I can plan to do, or not to do, or being one of my ambitions.

But if I needed to, and Allah would let me, I would say why not?

So bring your female rights to a better cause. Like against discrimination in work. Bringing abusive husbands to justice. Bringing unfair treatment of poligamious husbands of the wives to justice. Punish them legitimately. Against sexual harrassment. etc...

Abolish poligamy in Malaysia? That will never happen. You will actually fighting a losing cause. And I will be the first in line to protect my religion. Even the US admin is in denial over poligamy having to see the painstaking image of a priest having many wives in their home soil. It's like questioning nature. It's like questioning God. Even if you want to make it a reality, do you actually condone prostitutions to cure some of us men who are "Madonna-whore" addict? I thought Zina is harram in Islam? And it is very, very risky concerning health? Do you want your future husband to have the risk of Hellfire (if you believe in Hellfire because secular people don't) and transmittable diseases?

He has options. Either you listen to him more instead of being aggressive to him all the time, rebellious all the time, I'm sure he will realise that sex is not everything. Sex is an important part of marriage, but is not everything.

Ahh, very refreshing. I hope you will get the chance to read this, Dina.

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri

Raya again in London. Nothing great really compared to Raya in Malaysia.

Missing my loved ones and currently out of internet access. (We have moved to a new house. Cheaper, comfortable, less-posh, rat-less (big and samll) house.)

Went to MSD for Solat Raya and later to Rumah Malaysia in Hampstead via a different route to last year's and last two year's of raya.

Nothing has changed but the decreasing number of familiar faces.

Malaysian Chinese students still flock in one group like the years before. I blame the vernacular school system.

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

Ya Allah, Kau kuatkanlah ikatan sesama Islam di muka bumi jika tidak di Malaysia. Jadikanlah negara Malaysia negara yang harmoni dan berjaya. Amin.