Thursday, November 23, 2017

F-off deputy minister, I'm an atheist

MM Online - Putrajaya: Freedom of religion does not equal freedom from religion (extracts):

A deputy minister today claimed that atheism is a “very dangerous” ideology that goes against not only the Rukunegara that prescribes “believe in God” as one of the tenets, but also the Federal Constitution.

Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki alleged that the freedom of religion in the Constitution which guarantees the freedom to worship does not include the freedom to not believe."

“We have to understand that in the Malaysian context, our Federal Constitution states that the freedom of religion does not mean freedom from any religion because that is unconstitutional."

“This means we cannot incite someone to leave a religion or promote not having a religion. We cannot order or promote a belief of not having a religion, that is against the Federal Constitution.”

Stop bullshitting that 'freedom of religion' does not mean freedom from any religion. You are a Muslim where you are NOT free from your religion, namely, you MUST remain being a Muslim, BUT you are NOT allowed to shaft your belief down my throat - that's what 'freedom of religion' means, dumbo.

Stop your nonsensical personal interpretation of the Constitution. 

The Rukunegara was formulated in 1970 by the Tun Razak's government after the May 13 racial riots, and was shafted down our throat without our consent. You f**kers have a habit of shafting your belief and concept etc down our throats, just because you believe you're the ketuanan creed.

We know from popular rumours that the late Tun Ghazali Shafie, who was very much favoured by Tun Razak, was the author but regardless of whether indeed Ghazali had been the author, it was apparent that person was inspired by the Indonesian national ideology of Pancasila which in reality was inspired by the Buddhist 5 daily precepts (Pancasila or 5 personal undertakings).

late Tun Ghazali Shafie 

Pancasila Indonesia 

Pancasila agama Buddha 

So what was shafted down our throats have been the Malaysian Rukunegara as follows:

WHEREAS OUR COUNTRY, MALAYSIA nurtures the ambitions of:

  • Achieving a more perfect unity amongst the whole of her society; 
  • Preserving a democratic way of life; 
  • Creating a just society where the prosperity of the country can be enjoyed together in a fair and equitable manner; 
  • Guaranteeing a liberal approach towards her rich and varied cultural traditions; and 
  • Building a progressive society that will make use of science and modern technology. 

WE, HER PEOPLES, pledge our united efforts to attain these ends guided by these principles:


Look minister, the aim of the Rukunegara has been to create harmony and unity among the various races in Malaysia, but of all the 5 rukun it has, it would seem that Rukun No 1, namely, 'Belief in god' has been the least helpful to the aim of the national principles.

The most notorious examples have been the persecution of Catholic Churches in Sabah in the 70's, ...

... the oppression of Buddhism in Penang in the 70's where the 'original' proposed giant statue of Kuan Yin was forcefully truncated as a compromise to appease conservative Muslim objections and the almost continuous proselytism of children of parents with different religions of which one has been a Muslim. There have been more but these 3 suffice as examples.

Furthermore, stop bullshitting that the Constitution is against atheism - jangan buat suka sendiri saje, you syiok-sendiri-bandit.

In fact, law professor Shad Saleem Faruqi has just advised via Berita Daily's ‘Nothing in constitution that makes atheism unconstitutional’ that (see as follows):

Professor Shad Saleem Faruqi 

There is nothing in the Federal Constitution which makes atheism unconstitutional in Malaysia.

While belief in God is in the Rukunegara, atheism is neither permitted nor prohibited in the Federal Constitution.

Professor Shad Saleem also raised a question on freedom of religion in Malaysia, especially for non-Muslims, to wit, “The million dollar question now is, does freedom of religion includes freedom not to belief? For Muslims it is a crime but for non Muslims, it is not."

[may I humbly correct the English of the phrase "... includes freedom not to belief?"]

[It should either be "... includes freedom not to believe?" or "... includes freedom not to from belief?"]

The good professor added: “Under shariah laws, there is no right for disbelievers because Islam is about submission to Allah. Non Muslims have always been given a choice to belief.”

He said this in reaction to deputy minister in charge of Islamic affairs, Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki who said (see top of post) that Freedom of religion does not equal freedom from religion in Malaysia.

Then the professor went on to clarify matters which we understand but which the dumbo syiok-sendiri deputy minister does not, saying that there were many religions practised in Malaysia that did not have God, particularly in Buddhism and Chinese religions such as Confucianism.

Confucianism has instead sets of values (ethics) from inspired prophets such as honesty and integrity [which by the way are sorely needed in Malaysia, wakakaka].

Professor Shad Saleem also said that the government should not be imposing the concept of submission to God in Islam to followers of other faiths, just like what the dumbo deputy minister had tried to do.

He added what I have been saying over at Malaysia-Today, “Instead of searching for the devil that doesn’t exist, non Muslims should be left alone”, to wit, Satan (and Iblis) belongs respectively only to the Christians (and Muslims), wakakaka.

Berita daily also reported:

The Universiti Malaya-based professor also pointed out that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights also included the right to not belief.

He also dismissed the notion that atheism would lead to public disorder.

“It is a sensational statement. Atheism hasn’t created public disorder for 60 over years. There is a doctrine of clear and present danger in US. In this case, there is none.”

Looking at a bigger picture Shad said that there were countries without religion practising humanism.

“What is wrong in practising values such as honesty?”

He added that Asyraf’s claim that atheism can lead to public disorder was NOT supported by corresponding social data.

Chinese more loyal?

This year, between May and June 2017, the Singapore-based ISEAS-Yusof Shaf Institute, in investigating the political preference of Johoreans found that 88% of people from this state identify as 'Bangsa Johor' rather than 'Bangsa Malaysia'.

Quite surprising from what many would expect, it has been the Chinese in Johor who are most state-proud in being identified as “Bangsa Johor”.

Their numbers in the community who consider themselves Bangsa Johor were 90.5 %, while the Malays came in second at 88.2% and the Indians at 81.7%.

By contrast, when you read Malaysiakini's Najib-Anwar visit - a Rorschach test of Malay politics by Commander (retired) S Thayaparan (my Aneh), you would wonder at that so-called famed 'Malay loyalty' where instead you find Machiavellian back-stabbing a la Hang Tuah killing Hang Jebat or a la Tunku Abdul Rahman being politically assassinated by Malaysia's Cassius and Brutus or a la the 1998 events, wakakaka.

It seems that in loyalty-to-leaders, the Chinese beat Malays hands down, wakakaka.


I wonder whether that could be due to Chinese DNA containing 'loyalty to raja dan negara' genes for more than 5,000 years.

Or could it be because of their revolt of this man?

It's only their devotion to the 'agama' that Chinese lose out to Malays, wakakaka.

Another over-burnt Kajang Satay?

MM Online - Portrait of the average Malaysian Opposition politician (extracts):

after my f**k-up Kajang satay, I'll make you into delicious satay for would be criminals

hey don't thank me, I'm after all 'brilliant'

Half of the 26 politicians from the Pakatan Harapan (PH) Opposition pact who recently declared their assets are millionaires on paper, while the rest were generally worth more than the average Malaysian.

The least moneyed politician on the list of mostly incumbent federal and state lawmakers from PKR, Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) and PAS who publicly declared their assets to Invoke, a big data outfit run by PKR vice president Rafizi Ramli, was retired naval officer and Lumut MP Mohamad Imran Abdul Hamid, with a net worth of RM45,000.

The other 25 Opposition politicians have net worths (assets minus liabilities) ranging from RM124,000 to RM4.7 million. This is in contrast with the general Malaysian population where only about 10 per cent earn enough to pay income tax.

Why must Invoke be the authority to report to?

Invoke is just Rafizi Ramli's think-tank? Who does Rafizi report to?

And while it's not a crime or sin to become rich through legal means, exposure of politicians' personal wealth to the public (instead of a more secured over-sighting body like a parliamentary select committee - 50% ruling party, 50% opposition members) has been what some of them feared, that now they personally may be at risk to possible security threats, eg. PKR’s Ijok assemblyman Dr Idris Ahmad who has a gynaecology practice, who has been reported by MM Online via Invoke as:

... the richest of the 26 who declared their assets to Invoke — was the only high net worth individual on the list with a net worth of RM4.7 million.

According to Dr Idris’ asset declaration, he has four properties (one of which was a bungalow purchased in 2006 for RM3 million), two land lots and three vehicles — a Volvo XC70, Honda CRV and Toyota Camry — all of which were above RM100,000 in current market value.

Rafizi's has Kajang-satay-rised his piss poorly and potentially dangerous managed attempt for Pakatan politicians to declare their personal assets purportedly to win the hearts of the voters.

Let's wait for Mahathir and son Mukhriz to do likewise. Sh*t, teh father & son coudl turn out to be as poor as retired naval officer and Lumut MP Mohamad Imran Abdul Hamid, with a net worth of RM45,000.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

City-Hall not always wrong

FMT - Car-clamp issue: ‘Officers were just doing their job’ (extracts):

Mayor Maimunah Mohd Sharif 

Penang Island’s mayor has praised the two officers who clamped the car of a woman who was with her wheelchair-bound mother, saying they carried out their duties diligently and honestly but that their communication skills could have been better.

Penang Island City Council (MBPP) Mayor Maimunah Mohd Sharif said the officers could have calmed the woman down and explained that she had committed an offence by not having a handicapped parking sticker or ID on her car, which was parked in a lot for disabled drivers.

“The officers did a normal a job, they saw no OKU (disabled person’s) card or parking pass on a car parked in a lot meant for the disabled, so they clamped the car.

“I met the two officers, I said next time if you have this kind of situation, you have to be firm but polite. As public servants, we must keep calm. They should calm the other person down and explain to them that they have committed an offence and not respond to provocations.

“I also told them that they must call their boss if faced with similar situations, so that we do not have a repeat of what happened,” Maimunah told reporters after visiting a construction site at Bukit Kukus in Paya Terubong today. [...]

Maimunah met the woman yesterday and assured her that her parking summons would be voided and her disabled parking pass application expedited, as long as she provides an OKU card.

This has been a case where the public sympathies have gone to the wrong party, the woman who violated parking regulations but claimed no wrong on the basis she has a disabled mum.

If she had the disability (OKU) card, she would of course be entitled to use the parking spot for 'disabled people', but she did not, hence her car was clamped by parking wardens.

The situation got a bit messy due to the woman's intransigence and the wardens' lack of inter-personal handling. She even demanded actions to be taken against the two MBPP traffic wardens.

But on the basis of legal fairness which is always to Penangites' benefits, the wardens were only doing their duties, and correctly too. They should not be faulted.

As State Local Government committee chairperson Chow Kon Yeow said: "A wrong is a wrong. We have laws that we need to comply with. I understand the woman may have felt hurt but we have guidelines in MBPP which we must abide."

Chow also explained why the wardens couldn't cancel compound notice as they wished:

"It is a process which internally, MBPP officers must abide with. Ratepayers must understand that the MBPP officers need to be accountable for the compounds that they issue. They cannot simply issue or reject the compounds. They are answerable."

That would prevent 'pungli' nonsense.

I have been annoyed with the MCA holding a press conference for the woman to rant at her grievances against the traffic wardens, just to get at the DAP-led state government.

But I am glad that the Mayor met with and informed the woman that the parking summons would be voided so long as she provides an OKU card, and that the card would be expedited for her.

I am additionally happy that she gave some morale (not moral, wakakaka) support to the two wardens who were performing their duties correctly - likewise with Chow Kon Yeow.

As the military would say, 'Morale is the second most important winning principal war'. It keeps morale high and the troops more willing to do their jobs right.

I caution both sides of politics to avoid holding unnecessary press conferences to sensationalise matters which the alleged aggrieved or more 'noisy' parties may not even be legally right.

If those politicians want to help sincerely and not for political brownie points on issues unjustified, just help the affected party resolve the matter, like MCA's Mr Fit-it-Guy, Michael Chong. Don't sensationalise matters like this.

Michael Chong 

A snake in DAP

FMT - Semua salah guna kuasa akan disiasat, kata Kit Siang (extracts):

'ni semua ta'apa, hanya sap sap suoi saje - tun sekarang pihak kami 

PETALING JAYA: Veteran DAP Lim Kit Siang memberi jaminan sebarang salah guna kuasa malah persepsi kelakuan itu – dulu dan sekarang – akan disiasat.

Kit Siang memberitahu sesi pertemuan bersama anak muda di Perpustakaan Komuniti Petaling Jaya malam tadi bahawa beliau sentiasa berpegang kepada pendirian itu.

Beliau menjawab soalan sama ada beliau akan menyiasat dakwaan salah laku yang dilemparkan terhadap Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad oleh pembangkang sekiranya Pakatan Harapan diberie kuasa, terutamanya sekarang apabila Dr Mahathir adalah sekutu dalam gabungan itu.

Dr Mahathir duduk bersebelahan Lim.

Lim bagaimanapun berkata masa depan lebih penting daripada peristiwa dahulu.

Lim Kit Siang's bahasa must be worse than mine, which is already mucho bad, wakakaka.

I wonder how he define 'semua' and 'masa depan'???

After saying ALL who misused their powers would be investigated he said in the same breath that 'bagaimanapun berkata masa depan lebih penting daripada peristiwa dahulu' (however, he said the future is more important than past events), implying peristiwa dahulu won't be investigated.

'Semua' means ALL, no exception and that includes his current buddy (ex-foe) Mahathir. But alas, LKS in recent times seems to have lost his moral marbles.

Don't give us your bullshit that 'bagaimanapun berkata masa depan lebih penting daripada peristiwa dahulu' in order to exclude Mahathir (who at that time was sitting beside him).

If Lim Kit Siang meant what he said, namely, masa depan lebih penting daripada peristiwa dahulu, which means he would be cherry-picking for his own political convenience and own questionable interests, he is willing to, in other words, 'close one eye' for his political ally.

Wouldn't that make him the same as MCA and Gerakan, the people he frequently condemned? What a f**king hypocrtite.

If Lim Kit Siang was bullshitting Mahathir in his statement, namely, masa depan lebih penting daripada peristiwa dahulu, it showed his cowardice even in his promise/policy and a very Machiavellian lack of integrity.

By the by, 'masa depan' would f**king mean he has also excluded Najib.

Who then will he be gunning for, 'Moody'(?) or 'Zahid'(?) or KJ(?) or Mukhriz(?) or 'Syed Saddiq'? Sorry, Cina dan Hindu ta'laku lah.

LKS has for umpteen years been crying out against Forex, BMF, Ops Lalang, Maminco, Perwaja, 929 & 617 Declarations by Mahathir, etc. But now, he is singing 'Pujaan Ku'. 

Can you ever believe or trust such a snake?

Always right, as in Ops Lalang

MM Online - Unapologetic Dr M says would do Ops Lalang all over again:

f**k you lot, I'll never apologise when I'm always right  

Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said he would repeat his actions in the notorious Ops Lalang security crackdown of 1987 under the same circumstances today.

Speaking at a town hall session with youths here tonight alongside DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang, one of those detained using the Internal Security Act (ISA) in the dragnet, Dr Mahathir also insisted that his actions had not been an “abuse of power”. [...]

I can confirm I was happy to be arrested and imprisoned under Ops Lalang - Tun Mahathir was absolutely correct to detained me and the rest of the opposition mongrels

After Ops Lalang, the ISA gained a reputation for being a “white terror”, as the incident demonstrated the ease with which the colonial era security law could be applied on political dissidents.

Tonight, Dr Mahathir was also adamant that the ISA had not been used solely against political dissent.

“They (previous governments) did not abuse their power. Not all of ISA arrests were politically motivated,” he said.

The law was eventually repealed in 2012 by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

Continuing to defend himself on the ISA, Dr Mahathir also insisted that he made fewer arrests using the law than his predecessors.

He pointed out that he detained 1,200 using the ISA over his 22-year administration, versus more than 2,000 by the three prime ministers before him.

Dr Mahathir did not point out, however, the fact that the communist threat only ended in 1989 with the dissolution of the Malayan Communist Party; the ISA had been among laws enacted to combat the menace.

“Tunku Abdul Rahman, Tun Abdul Razak, and Tun Hussein Onn all arrested more people under the ISA, yet I am the one who gets [criticised,]” he said.

The first 3 PMs were combating the threat of armed insurgency which was what the ISA was meant for, and not in the way Mahathir was using it in Ops Lalang.

His DNA is such he will NEVER EVER apologise. As he has said, he will willingly do Ops Lalang again, which presumably means he will willingly do Memali, Forex, Maminco, Perwaja etc again as he is NOT at all apologetic for his sins. He may even jail Anwar again, and waste more money on his Proton, at taxpayers' expense.

If he gets into Putrajaya with Harapan, many have said he can't do much as Pribumi has only about 50 seats (assuming he wins in all his Pribumi seats in GE-14).

What he will do may be to merge his Pribumi with remnants of his UMNO Baru and with at least 112 seats combined in parliament, he may likely f**k Pakatan out if the Harapan people don't like.

After all he is always right.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Fish head curry news too "spicy"

Star Online - What the fish! Diner cries foul after being charged RM600 for fish head curry (extracts):

still looks alive with grudges, wakakaka 

A dinner for two families at a famous restaurant in Kuala Lumpur last weekend ended on a shocking note when the guests were presented with a massive bill for fish head curry.

According to a receipt posted on social media by one of the diners on Monday (Nov 20), the four bowls of fish head curry he ordered came up to RM600.

The sum translates to RM150 a bowl and excludes the cost of the other dishes and beverages ordered, which took the grand total to almost RM1,000.

While the fish head curry was expensive, I think the news headlines have been too sensational. Both Star and FMT have the same headlines, which at first glance implied RM600 per fish head, whilst teh actual truth is the cost was for FOUR bowls, and not one as I had initially thought.

Yes, RM150 would still be reasonably stiff but couldn't the headlines be:

Diner cries foul after being charged RM150 for fish head curry.

But I suppose the headlines then won't be sensational enough.

that's how I like mine, where the fish is very dead (wakakaka) and with lots of lady's fingers (okra) 
and give me some 'black' (caramelised) sauce (aw tauyu) to go with the dish and steamed rice

Correct Bahasa

FMT - The language police is going to kill the use of Malay (extracts):

On November 14, Abdul Adzis Abas, the Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaska (DBP) director-general, confirmed that the government had empowered the DBP to act against the improper use of Malay.

Abdul Adzis claimed that anyone who used Malay incorrectly, including online advertisers, would be fined up to RM1,000, after the amendments to the National Language Act 1963 and Education Act 1996, have been passed in Parliament.

He said the objective of the enforcement was to educate the public in the correct usage of Malay, and discourage the usage of “broken” Malay in print and on the Internet so as to prevent the language from becoming “contaminated”.

If there is one way that is guaranteed to dampen one’s enthusiasm for learning a language, it must be the fining of the speakers, or writer, for the incorrect use of it.

What about local dialects? What happens to new learners of the language? What about the bastardisation of Malay, with the glib use of English to compose new words in Malay, like interaksi, komunikasi, bisnes, pakir and kendil for interaction, communication, business, parking, and candle?

Who will enforce the fines for the improper use of Malay? If language enforcement were to take place, anyone with status or the right “kabel” will escape a fine. [...]

We have had the moral police, the seditious police and the social media police terrorising our lives. Do we need the language police to make us refuse to speak the language because we do not want to incur fines for incorrect usage?

don't bother to dress yup, we want to inspect the lost aurat of her tits 

If Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, wants Malaysians to speak proper Malay, he could start with Umno because Umno is the English acronym for United Malays National Organisation. Why not use the Malay acronym for Umno instead?

its acronym can be obscene, wakakaka

1. Gunakan Bahasa Malaysia yang baik,

2. Gunakan Bahasa Malaysia dengan baik.

Which is correct, No 1 or No 2?

Monday, November 20, 2017

PAS is Zero in Sabah so STFU

MM Online - Don’t question Islam’s status as Sabah’s official religion, PAS warns:

Sabah PAS has cautioned the public today against questioning the status of Islam as the official religion of the state, stating the issue is a “sensitive” one.

The chapter of the Islamist party said the religion’s status is enshrined in Article 5(A) of the state constitution.

“Sabah PAS feels that the issue of religion is final. Let there be no party who bring back such matter,” the chapter’s commissioner Mohd Aminuddin Aling said in a statement.

“If the issue of official religion continues to be a political capital, Sabah PAS is fully confident that it will cause conflicts and dispute.”

The usual PAS' threat and attempt to silence a matter not of their liking by labelling it as 'sensitive'.

Sedikit sedikit 'sensitive', 'don't test our patience' etc etc etc.

Recall Hadi Awang's threat of another 'May 13' if the Penang government brought about local council elections?

That's the mentality of an Islamic party which hasn't even come into federal powers yet.

Continuing with the MM Online article:

Sabah did not have an official religion in line with what was agreed to in the Malaysian Agreement 1963 (MA63).

It was only in 1976 when the now defunct United Sabah National Organisation’s government had changed the situation by amending the Sabah State Constitution by including a new article — Article 5A — which provided that Islam was the official religion of the state.

Last week, Dewan Rakyat speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia challenged those claiming to champion the rights of Sabah to prove their sincerity, among others by amending the Article 5A.

On Saturday, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said the federal government has no intention and right to take anything that rightfully belongs to Sabah and its people as provided for in the MA63.

MA63 said Sabah did NOT have an official religion. If PM Najib said Putrajaya has no intention and right to take anything that rightfully belongs to Sabah and its people as provided for in the MA63, then Sabah can now, if the state wishes, revert to NOT having an official religion. To wit, the state can officially remove/erase Article 5A from its state constitution.

Who the f**k is PAS to say otherwise or to merajuk and threaten against removal of Article 5A?

For a start, PAS is unelected in Sabah and thus has no representative for that state, a clear indication Sabahans do not want it. Therefore, it lacks the credentials to speak on anything for the people of the state.

Secondly, the constitution was amended to include Article 5A (which makes Islam the state official religion) by the state's 3rd CM, Mustapha Harun, who hated the Catholics and had fantasy of becoming the Caliph of a Mindanao-Sabah caliphate.

Mustapha, much to then-KL's political anguish, funded and armed the Muslim separatists of Philippines, just as the Muslim insurgents of Southern Thailand were likewise by their kinfolks in Northern Malaya-Malaysia.

He rid Sabah of many Catholic priests, antagonising the state's Catholics, but he didn't give a shit. He was one bad warlord. But all his Muslim-ness there were more than a few nasty salacious stories of him less than complimentary to his so-called Islamic leadership, wakakaka.

In those days, Malaya-Malaysia had a bad name in Thai and Filipino circles, as a nasty nation which promoted insurgencies in neighbouring nations.

When Mustapha harboured deep desires to secede Sabah from Malaysia, he over-lived his usefulness to KL and was abandoned to the wolves, thank god for every peace-loving Malaysians.

But back to the present, that Article 5A was arbitrarily done and should now be removed to restore Sabah's status to MA63.

PAS can go f**k spiders.

Let's blame all Malaysian landslides on Guan Eng

MM Online - Residents in landslide shock (extracts):

PETALING JAYA, Nov 20 — Residents had a scare during a torrential downpour when a landslide struck Bukit Bandaraya in Bangsar on Saturday.

Bukit Bandaraya Residents Association adviser Datuk M. Ali told Malay Mail several residents were living in fear after the landslide incident.

He said debris along Jalan Medang Tanduk has been removed, but the exposed hillside is still a cause for concern.

“I visited the site and saw officers from the city council examining the area, but there is still exposed soil and trees on the hill which could collapse any time,” he said.

Ali said residents have not been told to evacuate their homes by the authorities, who have also remained silent of possible safety precautions that should be taken.

“The authorities have not advised those living nearby on any proactive steps to be taken, nor have they mentioned any possible cause for the landslide,” he said.

There can be no denying that the Penang government has been responsible. Let us sue CM Lim Guan Eng for unwarranted hill slope cutting.


don't forget to pray to 'Tokong'