Friday, June 26, 2009

Snippy-Piglets

On unity government...
I don't know what Abdul Hadi Awang is trying to do. Did he just realise that the Pakatan way would be a more liberal and anti-Malay/Muslim way of living in Malaysia because of the presence of more dominant parties PKR and DAP (difference of ideologies)? Or simply he could smell an opportunity to join the Federal Government the quickest? Or maybe SINCERELY wanting to bring all Muslims in Malaysia together looking at how Muslims are divided in Malaysia? (UMNO-Muslims, UMNO-seculars, PAS-pro muzakarah Muslims, PAS anti-muzakarah, PAS Erdogans, PKR-Muslims, PKR-liberals-seculars, Indian-Muslims... etc). Whatever the reason is, PAS joining UMNO would be cheating. (froggies rule?). PAS joining Barisan Nasional to fight together for the next GE is however, not cheating. I don't really mind if Muslims in Malaysia really want to bond together because that is what Prophet Muhammad PBUH would want, since he detests Qabilah practice (Muslims having various groups) among the Muslims. However, this must only be done without the expense of the Non-Muslims because Prophet Muhammad encourages Muslim leaders to take good care of all citizens regardless of races. I know the Pakatan leaders have held a press conference rejecting a unity government, but, they can always discuss with Barisan Nasional on how to improve Malaysia for the benefits of the people.
On Tuan Guru Nik Aziz...
I have to agree with Mahathir when he said Tuan Guru is old and grumpy, like him! Although it could be contributed by the way PAS was so-called 'treated' many years ago (1970s when they joined Barisan), he forgot that Islam encourages people to forgive and forget. Depicting UMNO as communists and Sky Kingdom practices is somewhat shallow and of a sweeping statement. Worse, UMNO was once called kaffirs which really left a bad taste on people's perception of PAS, extreme and shouldn't be able to go well with liberals and seculars like DAP. Tuan Guru can accept ex-UMNO people (ie forgiven and forgotten of their past) like Anwar and many others in PKR (literally ex UMNO members and MPs) but not the current UMNO people although they had nothing to do with the 1970s issue. I guess it's because this is politics. He is againts the idea of a unity government, like Husam, because he doesn't want to see PAS under UMNO, worse than what he feels PAS's current position. Well, Nik Aziz is still human... derived from the word Insaan, that would mean Forgetful, in Arabic. So he made a mistake calling people names.. even Nasha was not spared, being emotionally shown to the door to join UMNO if Nasha was so interested about uniting the Muslims. Well, I am. So don't call me names if I want something better for the Muslims. In fact what are you so scared of? You can even expose UMNO wrong-doings when you are with Barisan in a party of your own!
On Chin Peng returning to Malaysia...
Man this one is so ridiculous even having to discuss it! Anwar seconded the motion (expectedly), because he simply wants to please people who support Communism/Socialism that made of some part of Pakatan Rakyat (shall I say DAP? SAPP?). I almost choked to death when some Malay guys on Facebook bravely saying how they welcome Chin Peng back home, obviously hardcore fans of Anwar Ibrahim. (monkey see, monkey do!). They even said something like "those people killed by PKM are the slaves of the invaders (English)". Slaves of invaders or slaves of the nation? Nothing against the former DPM, I am saying all this because I don't want to see the decendants of the people getting killed fighting the Communist guerillas being illy-provoked. Well yeah, PKM fought for the country against the Japanese and even the English later to achieve democracy. Well, it's because they wanted to rule Tanah Melayu as well! With their own ideology 'some more'! Who wouldn't jump into that kind of opportunity? Being the new kings? The Malayan and English forces fought them off and the Malaysian government called truce with PKM in the 1980s. Chin Peng, Samsiah Faqih, Razak Mohiedeen.... I don't think they were allowed home because the Government didn't want to spur anger among the fighters who were still living, and their families and friends. Bringing them home would indicate they were forgiven of their brutal insurgency. So, it's a no-no. I think Samsiah died and her body was brought home. I don't think it's a big deal anyway since they are happy to believe in Communism, now that China's current government practices a bit of the Communism anyway so they will be fine. In addition, my great uncle was killed by a PKM member and so was their Chinese neighbour, simply for not co-operating. So over my dead body PKM can be forgiven. Yeah I talked about forgive and forget earlier but this is different when we are talking about innocent and national heroes' lives been taken. Nuff said.
On Manohara vs Hubby...
I don't think it's a national issue. It's a waste of time really. So what if your husband loves dominatrix sex? Don't give me that bull-crap that you were against it. You could have said no and asked him to stop nicely. You are his wife for God sake, not his slave! When you said you were 'numb', it is sort of like a give away to me that you are simply being in denial. I can't find drugs that can make you numb but concious at the same time. You kinda loved it didn't you? Until you found it awkward being treated like a sex slave after telling the whole ordeal to your mom. You naive little girl. You thought you hit the jackpot marrying a prince and living like a princess. Well, I am sorry. Life is definitely not a fairy-tale movie. Did anyone tell you that? Did your mom tell you that or she was delightful when she heard the news her daughter's marrying a prince? And what the hell is this talk about you being kidnapped and being raped by your husband? My God. My prophet told me a wife is like a field, where her 'husband can plow the seeds in anyway he wants... as long as the wife is clean from haid and nifas... and never do it from the anus because God will never look at the face of men who do it in Paradise...'. So there's no such thing as rape in a married life. Allowing sex is one of the reasons people get married in Islam. I'm sure this Manohara is Muslim despite her Indonesian name and that half-covered-UMNO-like scarf. And yeah, suddenly you wanted to make it like a national issue by joining forces with the riots against Ambalat-invasion? Fame-seeker! Glory-hunter! And now she is shooting for an Indonesian series. Obvious! So again, just keep your bloody love story behind closed doors! You are just making a mockery of your already-screwed marriage. It's a joke really!
On calls for justice for gay people in Malaysia...
Oh please... you are in Malaysia, you live by its rules. You wanna change it, make your own party, win election and debate in the Parliament and see if it's gonna work in a traditional, Muslim-dominated country like Malaysia. Adultery, be it from the 'front' or from 'behind' is a crime in Malaysia. But I know the authority (cops) don't really catch people for adultery (hell yeah spas with prostitutes are everywhere in KL). The JAKIM snoop-cats however, are more interested with Muslims committing adultery. This is somewhat against the real teachings of Islam as Muslims are not allowed to search-and-catch, storm into properties, snoop around people committing sins (mencari-cari kesalahan orang lain adalah dosa besar). However, if by-chance that you are caught committing a crime, you should be punished. If one is committing a crime and a neighbour called the authority, that shouldn't be a problem, Islamically. But again, I am sure there are thousands of gay people in Malaysia (Western-culture-shocked, easily-influenced, emotional people - yeah don't blame God for it), they can live on with their lives as long as they don't get caught. I bet gay guys in Malaysia are mostly Malays. Wanna bet on that? I don't care really as long as you realise one day what you are doing is against any religion, unnatural, unhealthy and you don't establish a recruitment agency to lure others into your dungeon and thats fine really. P/S: I have a senior who is a drag Queen now in KL. Or should I say drag half-Queen?
On not punctual people...
I was really angry having to wait for 42 minutes for a couple of so-called educated, Raja Petra fans friends to treat them from my first pay. That was not the first time and on top of that, I was double booked for their friend from Portsmouth. (obviously if they are reading this, yeah screw them I had enough of being nice to KIDS). If you made a promise, I don't expect you to break it. If you are late, should have called or texted me earlier. I even gave 40 minutes of waiting time but thats probably the limit. In the 42nd minute, I just left for home from Leicester friggin Square. Saved me some bucks as well despite losing some 'friends'. I don't care I just hate being made a waiting toy!
On Arsenal new signing...
Fact: Thomas Vermaelen is shorter than Toure and Gallas by a centimeter. And we are having problems with the aerial defence at the back! Thank God for that. I expect more signings especially from the midfield. Strong, powerful, Vieira-like midfielder. A prolific towering striker like Dzeko wouldn't hurt as well after getting rid of that Ade-BAH-yor.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

If you think Tok Guru should forgive and forget, then why the double standard for Chin Peng who is now an old man waiting to die?

There is no point having Unity Government if UMNO is as corrupt as it is now. It will only taint PAS's clean image and reputation.

Why must DAP be associated to Communism when it stands for democracy and equal rights for all citizens? There is nothing wrong with disliking or disagreeing with DAP but it is inappropriate to make such false allegations.

Jeg said...

I have said why I think differently about Chin Peng compared to Nik Aziz and PAS. Nik Aziz didn't lead a party/insurgents to kill innocent civillians and national heroes.

Chin Peng did.

Is PAS 100% clean? If so how do you clean your plates? You use an external medium, the soap isn't it?

DAP is not a Communist party but more like a Socialist party which has more or less the same of the former ideology = equality for all.

This is not practical in Malaysia. Even the Western way of Capitalism is not good for Malaysia. Thats why our national identity should be kept.

When you talk about equal rights, I know you are commenting about Malay rights. Ok try putting that aside and we retain the practice of "eradicating hardcore poor regardless of races". In the end, this practice will still favour the Malays, Ibans and Indians because there are more of them, in proportion, who are still in that current state.

I remember a DAP candidate disagree with the practice above, which is shocking. If you are poor, we must help you. There's no double standard with that. If you need a sponsorship to study overseas, where your parents cant afford it, the Government should help you. Don't complain if the more Bumiputras get the benefits it is simply because they are poor. You can complain if anak tycoon org kaya got the scholarship through the backdoor.

I would.

Anonymous said...

Alahai...kalau buta Sejarah jangan cerita lebih lebih...bidang kau Actuarial Science bukan Sejarah.

Baca banyak banyak lagi buku Sejarah sebelum merapu menulis...sebab Sejarah kau masih 'budak hingusan'

Sedau Diri

Jeg said...

dah tu kalau aku buat actuarial science tak bleh kasi komen langsung ke?

org sejarah je boleh??

gila shallow katak kamu nieh

"orang melaka mmg kuang hajau"

Anonymous said...

one day a many, many years my grandfather was taken by the communist and he never return home...... i just cannot tell how my dad suffer during those hard time. how come we forgive and forget?

halida said...

saya mempunyai kisah yg hampir serupa, ketika pihak komunis bermaharajela semasa pengunduran tentera jepun, arwah datuk yang ketika itu adalah merupakan seorang ketua kampung di Perak telah ditangkap dan nasibnya tidak diketahui (saya terpaksa menggunakan perkataan arwah kerana merasakan yg beliau telah tiada lagi) saya tidak dapat membayangkan betapa deritanya arwah nenek dan juga ayah ketika itu dgn adik-beradik yg masih kecil. apabila menginjak dewasa ayah menyertai pasukan askar melayu sehinggalah berpencen. Nasib ayah agak baik, tanpa pernah mengalami petaka seperti rakan-rakan yg pernah bertempur dgn komunis. Secara terang-terangan, ayah tidak banyak bercakap tentang betapa perit suasana ketika itu. Tetapi adakah mereka yg menyokong penderhaka itu menganggap bahawa saya gembira melihat air mata ayah yg sudah lanjut usia ketika ayah mengenangkan peristiwa lalu. Fikir-fikirkan lah sendiri tentang mereka-mereka yang pernah mewarisi sejarah itu.

Hanie said...

My grandma said when the communist came it was worst than the Japanese. So you can imagine how bad it was.

Tengok wayang peristiwa Bukit Kepong pun masih boleh menangis tengok kekejaman komunis.