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Friday, 30 September 2016

Better things to do than reading nonsense

I think there was something wrong with blogspot yesterday.

My blogroll was wiped out, it seems.

I noticed that others on blogspot suffered the same thing.

Just redo the whole thing again just now.

I think my blogroll is quite balanced now.

Got the blogs of Dr Mahathir, Najib, Jebat, Rocky and Big Dog.

There are also the non-political ones like Kebun Bahagia Bersama, which I like so much.

I don't really read the other blogs nowadays.

No time to do so, actually.

I got a job and always busy.

Not very interested too, if I may add.

Ya la, they write mostly the same things anyway.

Especially the political blogs.

Whacking people all the time.

So full of hate.

Depressing to read them all, isn't it?

Very few which write common sense for the good of the people.

I actually rather watch nice documentaries or old Chinese and Japanese movies on Youtube than to read them.

Today, I got nothing that really matter to write.

So, instead of bitching about this and that over nothing, I'm putting here an inspiring video on autism,


I actually hope I can one day do something like the lady in the video.

Maybe I can get in touch with the Permata Kurnia people and see if they can help me.

I think they did a good job helping children with autism so far.

That's why I told everyone,


Okay, I'm going to be with my grandmother over the next few days.

She is not well.

Will be driving down to be there later after work.

I will try to write if I have the time.

See lah how.

You all, have a nice weekend ya.

Cheers.

Thursday, 29 September 2016

More retrenchments?

A friend forwarded me this earlier this morning,


It's a wassap message being circulated among New Straits Times Press Bhd workers at its printing plants in Senai, Johor and Ajil, Terengganu.

It said they are closing them down and the workers there will be retrenched if they are unable to move to the company's other two printing plants in Shah Alam and Prai, Penang.

Of course most of them will be affected, especially those working on the floor of the plants.

As far as I know, if the message was true, this is the first time the company will retrench its workers.

I got some friends working at the NSTP Senai plant and I hope they will be alright.


Guess things are quite bad for the newspapers these days.

I hope, if this downsizing exercise at NSTP is true, it will be limited to what it is now being rumoured.

It's not going to be nice at all if it later on also involves the retrenchment of journalists.

Too many of that of late.

I got several journalist friends who recently lost their job that way.

Those are former online journalists though.

So, online journalism is not so secured either.

The media industry is simply not the best place to be in at the moment, I guess.

Hopefully things will improve soon.

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Zahid's English

So, they said the English of DPM DS Zahid Hamidi is not good enough.

They whacked him that, following his recent speech at the UN, it seems.

Well, I'm no big fan of Zahid, but in this case, I wouldn't worry too much if I'm him.

He's not an Englishman, after all.

He is a Malay of Javanese heritage like my father, if I'm not mistaken. Cool.


Why then should he be too bothered about such a complaint?

See, I'm not English too.

And I think my English is not much better than Zahid's.

You can read about people complaining about my English in this previous post of mine,

Good day and bad English

And as you can see, I just keep on writing in mostly English...if I may describe it as such lah.

For me, all that matter is for the audience to understand and appreciate the message I'm trying to convey.

Do people read my blog despite the said bad English?

Do they got the message I'm trying to convey?

I think the answers are YES....to a certain extent of course.

That's good enough for me.

Did the delegates at the UN understood and paid attention to what Zahid said?

I believe they did, despite his less than perfect pronunciation of some of the English words.

Hey, I even think that Zahid's grammar is even better than mine.

At least his English is not the Chinese sing song style of mine.

So, I don't think that's too much of a problem.

Nothing for us Malaysians to be embarrassed  about, okay.

Anyway, I don't understand why some people are so particular about getting our English perfect.

Especially so when they don't seem to be too concerned about perfecting their Bahasa Malaysia.

For the record, I don't care for either.

I just want people to sometimes listen and understand me, instead of praising my English.

I do however suspect that all those complaints were because those who made the noises think that form is more important than substance.

They prefer bullshit in perfect English rather than good argument in a "lesser" language.

And there's the ego thing too.

Some people are only good with their English. So when they lost an argument, they started to bitch about the superiority of their English over the other man.

Well, that's all they have, after all.

I encountered these sorts of people many times in my life.

"Oh, my English is so perfect, worship me," they seemed to say.

Eh, F@#* off la.

Next time Zahid talk at the UN, I suggest him to try this kind of English,


True Londoner, eh.

Zahid can mix it with his Javanese accent for all I care.

Cheers

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Please don't mock sufferers of schizophrenia

When I was informed on Sunday that I was being whacked by someone, I made it a point not to find out who exactly was the one doing so.

It's because if I ends up reading the bad things written about me, then I believe I would be tempted to retaliate.

Honestly, I don't want that because for me such a quarrel is stupid.

Then came this comment,

Just when I thought the Fat Soh can sink no lower (given her hefty avoirdupois), I see she has stooped unbelievably lower to using the troubled life of the child actor (who acted as anakin) in her vendetta against Annie.

To gloat and chortle over that poor guy's schizophrenia just to use his moniker Ani to hantam our Annie....ugh, that Fat monster is seriously nasty.

What miserable, unlovable, vile creature. Sickening. Doesn't she realise how disliked and loathsome she is?

She should look into the mirror (at the risk of it shattering in fright) and ask herself if her actions make her any nicer or attractive.

Instead of posting old photos of her stroking her striped pussy.

Ewwwwww!!!

That comment made me curious.

Is the whacking of me that bad, or did the commentator merely exaggerating?

When I checked, it turned out that the commentator was not exaggerating.

The blogger who attacked me did use the suffering of actor

Jake Lloyd 


 who is afflicted with schizophrenia to whack me.

I think that's really bad....and sad,

Why does it has to be that way?

Why can't the person who whacked me just goes straight to the point by saying "Annie is a mad smelly bitchy whore" or something like that?

Why the need to do so by mocking someone who is suffering from such a terrible ailment like that?

Schizophrenia is a very acute form of mental disability.


Not only the person afflicted with it suffers, his/her family and loved ones suffer too.

In the name of Allah, I personally know such a suffering and I wouldn't wish anyone to experience it...not even that person who whacked me.

Maybe I will write more about it one of these days.

I hope you all dear readers will try to learn more about schizophrenia.

If you do so, I'm quite sure you all will be sympathetic towards its sufferers and their loved ones.

Whatever it is, let us try to be mindful about what we write, especially when commenting about others....even if we dislike or even hate the other person.

At the very least, we should try not to drag innocent people who got nothing to do with our fight and use them as our instruments to vent our unreasonable hatred towards our (perceived) enemies.

Let us not lose our humanity, okay.

Sunday, 25 September 2016

About kena whacked and mamachari

Woke up quite early today.

Did the necessary and now just relaxing.

Sunday morning always make me extra lazy.

I have not went out of the house since yesterday.

My body is still a bit weak from my recent ailment.

So, I'm resting as much as I can.

Meanwhile, there's this Wassap message from a friend which I received earlier saying someone was whacking me upside down again.

That one probably because my blogging captain Rocky highlighted my last post about Permata.

I noticed that I got whacked extra hard whenever Rocky did that. Probably because it lends quite a lot of credibility to what I wrote.

I didn't even bother to ask my friend who was the one whacking me. Must be one of those mercenary bloggers being worried that I may get some sorts of funding for supporting Permata and in the process take away their portion.

Actually, there should not be any worry about that.

My whacker can check with Rocky and he will confirm it that I'm not being paid to write that post about Permata.

Hey, unlike those mercenary bloggers, I got a job, okay.

I just like the Permata programme, especially the initiatives to help children with autism and their family.

Actually, I support any effort by people who want to help children and adults with autism. It doesn't matter who they are, I will support them.

Well, if I got whacked because of that, then it's worth it.

Whack la all they want, I'm fine with it.

In the case of my last post, I just don't want Permata to be closed down and those children have to suffer for it.

Well, like that also kena whacked....what to do, some people are just like that la. Too much hate, I guess.

Anyway, I actually do have a plan for today.

Later I'm going to a bicycle shop to get myself a “mamachari”

My boss had been advising me to start cycling to improve my health.

So, I better do it.

I don't like all those complicated sports bicycles.

A mamachari should do for me to go around the neighbourhood.

It should be a good enough exercise for me.

Here is a video about mamachari,



Nice, right.

Okay, I'm going to the kitchen now to fix myself some breakfast.

You all have a good Sunday.

Ciao.

Friday, 23 September 2016

Please don't whack Permata

I admitted in this post that I once asked for money from PM DS Najib Razak,


excerpts :

It happened shortly before I left Pahang for Johor after the general election in 2008.

I was desperately trying to raise fund for a centre for special needs children in Kuantan.

Those who really know me would know why getting the fund was very important to me.

I was running out of options when I decided to approach my friend.

He was very understanding when I told him about it and when I showed him all the documentation for the fund request, he promised to show it to Najib for consideration as soon as possible.

He understood why I had to settle the matter before I leave Pahang.

My friend came back to see me a week later.

Najib had approved an allocation for the fund from a special budget in his capacity as deputy prime minister.



I brought up this story again because I read this article just now,

Permata’s work with autistic children worth the money



It quoted Permata Kurnia director Associate Professor Dr Hasnah Toran.

excerpts :

“PK (Permata Kurnia) had done six live-stream public forums for those living outside of the Klang Valley and we have also launched a massive open online course on autism called iKurnia.
“Last year we went to 11 states and Insyallah (God’s willing), this year we will conduct a training module for teachers of autistic children in the Klang Valley.
“It’s easy for some to belittle us via their keyboards but remember, every time you make fun of Permata, you are also belittling the efforts of our staffs who have been working for the future of Malaysian children.
“We at Permata are very grateful that DSRM (Rosmah) is very concerned over gifted children and the need for people to not only be aware of these children but to also aid them,” she wrote.
I'm quite familiar with the works of Dr Hasnah and know a bit about her life.

She is not a political person and works mostly for the betterment of special needs children, especially those with autism and their families

Because of my experience as I told in the above previous posting, I believe I can understand her sentiment when she defended Permata and its founder, Najib's wife DS Rosmah Mansor.

I think we need to be fair.

Whacking Permata which is meant to assist children, including those with special needs is not fair.

I believe that those who are going after Najib, should not make Permata their target.

It's being mean to do that, okay.

To read in full what Dr Hasnah wrote about Permata, please click on this Facebook link ;

Facebook posting by Dr Hasnah Toran

This is a report on Permata Kurnia (the Permata division which assist children with autism) by Astro Awani,


Thursday, 22 September 2016

About wasted effort, Mcoba boys and a bit of Guan Eng

In my last post


I wrote -

I also didn't get excited when Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad met the Yang DiPertuan Agong to submit the Citizens Declaration demanding the resignation of PM DS Najib Razak.

What can the Agong do anyway?


And this is the latest on it -


Agong Doesn't Interfere In Issues Raised By PPBM - Najib


KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 21 (Bernama) -- Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah had explained to Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad that he could not interfere in the efforts made by Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM).

The Prime Minister said he had been informed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong about the audience granted by the King to Tun Dr Mahathir, who is also PPBM chairman, at Istana Anak Bukit, Alor Setar, last week.

"At the meeting, the King had taken note of the issues raised by Tun Dr Mahathir. However, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong also explained to Tun Dr Mahathir that he could not interfere in the efforts made by PPBM," he said in a statement today.

Najib said that this was because the declaration made by PPBM did not comply with the constitution and any action should be taken according to the normal practice which was through the Parliament and the election system for the people to make a decision.

-- BERNAMA


Well, I have been advocating for everyone to calm down and wait for the general election from the start of the whole thing.

If you want to see Najib ousted so much, just vote BN out at the polls.

That should be the only way.

No need to waste so much time and energy on the other things.

People actually need the time and energy to work and make their lives better.

You all know lah these days, everyone complaining about how hard life is.

If that's really the case, then I think everyone should work harder instead of being pre-occupied with things that they can't do nothing about.

Ya, everyone should just do things better instead of merely bitching.

If you are a student, study harder and get good grades so that your PTPTN loan can be converted to scholarship.

That's better than just whining about the perceived hardship and following around creepy people like Hishamuddin Rais at anti-government rallies.

Honestly, if I'm the Agong, I would throw away the Citizens Declaration just because there's the creep's signature on it.

"Sorry, Che Det. I actually can kick out Najib but I'm not going to do that just because you gang up with such a creepy guy," I would have told Dr Mahathir.

Hey, just look at the guy, okay. He's plain creepy and I think all young and old handsome men should stay away from this Mcoba boy.



Meanwhile, on another matter, the

AG gets leave for contempt proceedings against Guan Eng


I think they are really going to get him this time.

Or at least they can make him shut up for a while.

I know from a friend in his camp that those close with Guan Eng were worried about him.

So, all that were not just for show.

Guan Eng can actually ends up in jail again.


On yet another matter, last night I got a message from a friend asking me who is the MB meant by RPK in this story of his,

Menteri Besar blackmailed by Mahathir


Of course I know who is the MB meant by RPK.

It's an old story, actually.

But I told my friend not to bother himself with such stories.

I'm not a big fan of that MB, but to float such an accusation against him, in my opinion was not fair.

And RPK did another posting about him just now as I'm writing this,

The faggot Menteri Besar under Mahathir’s thumb


Guess someone really wants that MB to be thrown out.

Well, this is all very sordid.

How I wish that Malaysian politics is more matured.

Oh by the way, if I'm not mistaken RPK is also a Mcoba boy while the said MB is not.