Saturday, 20 September 2014

Golongan Melayu Bangsat

Since I got no idea what to write tonight, I am publishing this sad email I received  today.

So, here goes:

Melayu Bangsat....bunyi nya macam menghina bangsa sendiri. 

Tapi itulah hakikat yang berlaku di atas tanah air ku apabila ada segelintir di kalangan orang Melayu yang berkuasa dan diberi kuasa menjadi tidak amanah dan bertanggungjawab dalam membela bangsanya yang kononnya majoriti, tetapi berpecah-pecah menjadi minoriti. 

Malah, kelompok kecil Melayu yang berkuasa dan kaya raya serta hidup senang lenang sanggup menjadi perosak yang akan menghancurkan masa depan bangsanya atas dasar pembangunan dan kemajuan.

Mereka gunakan kuasa dan jawatan untuk kepentingan peribadi dan keuntungan yang masuk ke dalam poket sendiri dan sekelompok kecil rakan-rakan kongsi dari yang sekecil-kecil projek sehingga yang besar berbilion ringgit.

Mereka sanggup menjadi ejen-ejen atau rakan-rakan kongsi syarikat asing untuk mengambil alih tanah-tanah milik kerajaan dan hartanah orang-orang Melayu dengan janji-janji manis bagi memperbodohkan bangsanya sendiri kononnya atas dasar pembangunan dan kemajuan negara.

Melayu ini tidak mahu bersusah-susah mengemukakan cadangan disusuli  tindakan untuk membangunkan bangsanya yang mungkin dianggap sebagai usaha yang sia-sia kerana bangsanya dikatakan terlalu sukar untuk diubah dan dibangunkan untuk bersama-sama menikmati hasil kemajuan dan pembangunan yang dijana.

Akhirnya, kekayaan yang dijana kononnya hasil usaha sekelompok kecil Melayu yang kaya dan berkuasa, berpendidikan tinggi, berputar-putar di kalangan mereka, tanpa sedikit pun ada rasa bersalah dan jiwa untuk membela bangsa mereka yang semakin merempat, hidup susah dan merana secara ikhlas dan jujur.

Betul lah seperti kata pepatah Melayu itu sendiri, harapkan pagar, pagar makan padi, seperti haruan makan anaknya sendiri. Inilah yang sedang berlaku kepada bangsa Melayu. 

Malah, kelompok kecil Melayu ini sanggup menyalahkan bangsa mereka sendiri atas kemiskinan dan kesusahan yang dihadapi kerana kononnya bangsa Melayu ini tidak mahu mengubah sikap dan minda menjadi manusia yang rajin bekerja dan kuat berusaha.

Melayu yang dibawah sana sebenarnya, ramai yang kuat berusaha dan rajin bekerja, cumanya ada kalangan mereka yang benar-benar rajin bekerja dan kuat berusaha, kurang atau tidak langsung diberi peluang kerana tidak termasuk dalam kelompok-kelompok tertentu.

Ramai Melayu yang di bawah sana menggunakan keringat dan tulang empat kerat untuk menyara keluarga, menggunakan kebijaksanaan dan kreativiti bagi meningkatkan taraf ekonomi.

Tetapi apa yang dilakukan sekelompok kecil Melayu yang kaya raya dan senang lenang yang memperolehinya daripada kuasa yang ada pada mereka.

Melayu sibuk berpolitik sehingga berpecah belah sesama mereka.

Nasib bangsanya kurang dibela. Malah menggunakan kuasa dan kedudukan, kelompok kecil Melayu ini sanggup menjual negara tumpah darahnya atas dasar pembangunan dan kemajuan.

Melayu bangsat tidak sedar bahawa apa yang mereka lakukan sebenarnya, mereka sedang menghakis kuasa yang ada pada mereka. Menjual tanah kepada orang asing bermakna kita sedang menghakis kuasa yang ada. 

Percayalah, kerakusan di kalangan segelintir kelompok Melayu ini yang sedang membaham bangsanya yang kerdil, miskin, susah dan semakin merempat secara berterusan ini, tanpa sebarang pembelaan yang penuh ikhlas dan jujur, maka apabila sampai masanya nanti, Melayu akan kehilangan kuasa.

Kalau orang Melayu sendiri sudah bosan dan semakin meluat, terhakisnya keyakinan bahawa sistem yang ada boleh melindungi mereka, sudah mula berbicara dan mempersoalkan pasal perkara-perkara yang begitu sensitif, yang mana tidak pernah dibahaskan secara terbuka sebelum ini, seperti hak  keistimewaan mereka, Raja-Raja mereka dan agama Islam yang dianuti mereka, maka semakin mudahlah anasir-anasir dari dalam dan luar membaham bangsa yang menjadi semakin bangsat dan kerdil dan terus merempat di atas tanah air mereka sendiri.

Berbicaralah mengenai nasib bangsa Melayu, maka ia akan dianggap sebagai suatu perkara yang mengundur ke belakang. Topik yang dianggap oleh segelintir orang Melayu sebagai tidak relevan lagi dan menyusahkan.

Itulah tanda-tanda awal bahawa bangsa Melayu akan terus dihina, dicaci dan diremehkan kerana yang meremeh, menghina, mencaci dan merendahkan martabat  orang Melayu adalah bangsanya sendiri.

Sekian, terimakasih.

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Eight Malay villages worth one golf course in Johor

People in Johor must surely know by now about the massive Forest City project being developed by the Chinese company Country Garden.

The project which involves the largest reclamation works ever undertook in this country is located along the coastal stretch near the Second Link of Tebrau Straits in an area called Pendas.


The project is jointly developed with Kumpulan Prasarana Rakyat Johor (KPRJ)., a state government development arm which was originally set up by former Johor MB Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman to expedite the building of rural infrastructures such as village roads, community halls etc.

The Forest City project, expected to be several thousand hectares wide is primarily  involve the building of luxury homes for the Singapore market.

Now, the latest that I was made to understand is that those luxury homes for the rich Singaporeans need to be equipped with suitable recreational facilities such as a golf course and other nice stuff.

And for that more land is needed.

Country Garden apparently had made moves to acquire the needed land.

The land earmarked for the extension of the project covers an area where eight traditional Malay villages in Gelang Patah are located.

They are;

1. Kampung Pendas Laut
2. Kampung Ladang
3. Kampung Bukit Kuching
4. Kampung Tanjong Kupang
5. Kampung Pok
6. Kampung Paya Mengkuang
7. Kampung Pekajang
9. Kampung Tiram Duku

People living in those villages are mostly BN supporters.

Well, who cares about that isn't it.

MB Khaled Nordin cares about it?

Nah, I don't think so. His political secretary is the Umno division chief of Gelang Patah. Therefore Khalid surely must know about the whole thing yet till now seems okay with it.

Early stages of the land acquisition process at the eight villages had already started.

Of course Country Garden didn't send its own people to coax the kampung folks into selling their land.

The melayu kampung folks wouldn't care too much if some Chinese guys offer to buy their land where they have been living on for generations.

So, the company sent a Malay elite to kow tim with the poor Melayu villagers who mostly work as fishermen.

And of course the Melayu fishermen were flattered upon being offered a relatively huge sum by the Malay elite.

"Ini untuk pembangunan saudara saudari sekelian. Untuk masa depan anak cucu kita," I imagine the Malay elite as saying.

So, there goes eight Malay villages in the constituency of Lim Kit Siang, the DAP supremo who is the Gelang Patah MP.

Eight Malay villages being wiped out and the land turned into a private golf course for some rich Singaporeans....hmmmm....

Well, never mind.

After all, the Melayu kampung folks can use the money they will get from selling their land to buy a new home somewhere on the fringe of a jungle like what was said by former PM Tun Dr Mahathir  Mohamad.

Or maybe they can use the money to enjoy themselves in Batam or buy a Mercedes Benz or marry a new young wife.

Where Umno welcomes Pas

This is a short post.

Don't really have time to write much.

Tired due to my hectic schedule and need to sleep in a short while.

Okay, it's a teka-teki (riddle) time before I go to bed.

I am now somewhere in a kampung.

Staying in a house which owner I met for the first time just hours earlier.

The place where I am now is located in a BN-controled state.

I don't really like the BN government of the state.

Its menteri besar is pathetic and got no spine.

A lot of looters, robbers and conmen are hanging out along the State's corridor of power, waiting for freebies in the form of direct nego contracts, free hold land to be sold to foreigners, etc.

Because of all that, I think BN will suffer a disastrous outing in this state which is an Umno bastion come the next general election.

The kampung where I am staying and the surrounding areas are Umno strongholds.

However, over the past few days, hundreds of Pas flags were seen in these areas.

The locals who are mostly staunch Umno supporters had over the past few days been welcoming thousands of Pas people as their guests.

Many are actually happy with the presence of the Pas people.

The Pas people bring good business for them.

Well, where do you think I am?

As you are thinking of an answer, here is a bit of a nice song,


Okay, that's all.

Good night.


Monday, 15 September 2014

Happy birthday

It's not yet midnight, so, I am going to wish this happy birthday a bit early.

Need to sleep early.

I am going on a long drive early tomorrow morning.

Well, happy birthday.

Yup, tomorrow is Malaysia Day.

Happy birthday to this country.

Hopefully, things will be better in this land called Malaysia.

Hopefully our leaders can get their act together and stop all the nonsense we have to endure these past few years.

My money is not on it though....they screwed up too many times....it's just my hope.

Well, never mind.

Whatever it is, we will endure, as we have always did.

Anyway, I am really going to take a bit of a break from blogging over the next few days.

Need to be focused on other things.

Need to earn a living, okay.

As a commenter here reminded me, I am just an insignificant anonymous blogger who have no brand and business, and therefore need to work like everyone else,


Annie, if you don't know Anas don't knock him. He is someone who has built a successful brand and business, who has the gumption to say what he thinks openly without hiding his identity. I like your writing skills but are you genuine in what you say? No one really knows because you hide your true identity. Your followers will say that I just as anonymous too. That is true but then again I am not the owner of the blog. All blog owners should be upfront about who they are and then I agree that all of us commenting should also be properly registered and identified.


Hmmm.... never claimed myself to be a great blogger or anything like that.

I also never thought of making money out of this blog as all these while I have been writing just for the heck of it.

It never really occurred to me that people respect a blogger more if he/she has a brand and business.

Interesting concept, that one.

Whatever lah.

Well, signing off for now.

I will write again once I am not busy making money doing other things.

Just for a while, okay.

Maybe once I have brand and business like Anas Zubedy, people will respect me more as a blogger.

Hahahaha...as if I care :-)


Cheers everyone.

Boring politics and a bit of racing

Surfed the net just now, trying to find something interesting to write but there were nothing really new or inspiring.

The Selangor crisis is at a stalemate as I am writing this. So, nothing much for me to comment there.

Anyway, I think most people are fed up with the whole thing.

What difference does it makes whether DS Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail or Azmin Ali or Khalid Ibrahim or some Pas guy becomes the Selangor MB?

I don't think it will change people's life in Selangor one bit.

Go ahead, let Anwar take all those RM3 billion of the Selangor reserves.

As if he had never done it before when he was the DPM and Finance Minister.

Anyway, the Selangor Umno people, led by that not so bright Noh Omar are too dumb.

Even if the whole of Pakatan in Selangor collapsed, they would not know what to do to improve themselves so that they can take over from those clowns.

Let's not even mention the other BN component parties, okay. Totally hopeless.

Meanwhile, the Pengkalan Kubor by-election campaigning started yesterday but I am hardly excited about it.

After all, nothing going to change no matter what the outcome will be.

My prediction: BN going to win this one despite Pas taking over from PKR in their fight against Umno there.

The 1,700 majority won by BN in GE13 is good enough a cushion.

It's basically going to be a repeat of the first by-election after GE13 last year - Kuala Besut.

Let's count back the by-election results since then:

Kuala Besut, retained by BN

Sungai Limau, retained by Pas

Kajang, retained by PKR

Balingan, retained by BN

Bukit Gelugor retained by DAP

Teluk Intan captured by BN

The results in Teluk Intan is the only upset because DAP got over confident and arrogant by fielding a naive Malay girl as an experiment and expected the constituents, especially their Chinese supporters to accept it.

DAP should not lost their over 7,000 majority won in GE13 if it had fielded just any of the Chinese fishmongers at the Teluk Intan wet market as their candidate.

Really, by-election is that predictable. People's choice usually doesn't change much unless we changed it for them by either being too arrogant like DAP or being too stupid like Selangor Umno....or the current Johor Umno.

As for the other political issues....really, nothing much.

Hmmm...maybe I am getting jaded.

Ok, I better write about something else.

Last night I watched the movie, Rush on Astro.

It's a good movie based on the real story about the rivalry between F1 drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda, in particular during the dramatic 1976 season.


Those were the years when F1 drivers smokes, drinks, and even takes drug as was in the case of Hunt, who also lived a promiscuous life.

Lauda was however the opposite of all that.

It's intriguing to watch the rivalry between the two.

F1 always has such great rivalry.

Another famous one was between the late Aryton Senna and Alain Prost in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Senna was a bit like Hunt, while Prost was more like Lauda.

The more colorful Hunt and Senna died young while Lauda and Prost live till today.

I always wish I can be someone nice and proper like Lauda and Prost, but the actual fact is that I am more of the Hunt and Senna brand.

Hmmmm....not very nice thought that one....never mind.

Okay, to add a bit of color to today's posting, here is a a bit of drift racing in Pengkalan Kubor,


Guess, the guys there also bored of plain politics and prefer racing more.

Sunday, 14 September 2014

Racists, bigots and hypocrites

So now there's a campaign or two for good Malaysians to take back this country from bigots and racists.

To be more specific, MALAY BIGOTS and MALAY RACISTS.

Well, according to those who organize these campaigns, only Malays in this country are qualified to be racists...in not so many words lah.

Umno, Perkasa, Isma = racists

DAP, Dong Zong, Hindraf = not racists

Who are the people who organize these campaigns?

Pro-Pakatan people like Ambiga, pro-Pakatan people pretending to be pro-BN like The Star boss Wong Chun Wai and bleeding hearted liberals who know nuts about the reality on the ground like Anas Zubedy, Marina Mahathir etc.

Well, go ask Marina Mahathir point blank whether her father who led Umno for 22 years is a racist and she would definitely say NO.

How about her brother, that Umno's Kedah MB? Is he a racist? She will probably say NO too.

How about Umno? Is it a racist party? Based on her latest diatribes against the establishment, I believe she will probably say YES.

Yup, that's Marina Mahathir for you.

And I thought I am a confused bitch, sometimes.

Anas Zubedy? Honestly, I don't know this guy.

All I know is that he looks a bit like a Mat Salleh (or probably some northern Indian ancestry), write like a goody two shoes and knows a lot of important people.

He even got Marina Mahathir's father who led that racist Umno party for 22 years to launch his book recently.

Does he think that Marina Mahathir's father is a racist? I don't think so. Otherwise he wouldn't ask him to launch his book wouldn't he?

Does he think that Umno is a racist party? Err...go and ask him yourself la.

How about Wong Chun Wai and his The Star newspaper?

I think for that, it is better to refer to Helen Ang

Here is her latest posting

M’sia a better place if all Malays are like Marina, say Firsters

Yup, just look at the other Malay columnists writing for The Star : Azmi Sharom, Zainah Anwar etc. All from the same brand being promoted as the best among the Malays.

If you all happened to meet Chun Wai, do ask him whether he thinks Umno is a racist party.

I bet he will pause for a bit.

And as he was mulling on what to say, you should quickly ask him whether he thinks that his MCA towkeys are racists too.

Both party were race-based, aren't they?

Watch as he struggles with an answer. Can be quite fun, okay.

Also, please ask Chun Wai whether all those over 90 per cent Chinese who voted for DAP and their allies to get rid of the Malay-led BN government are all against racism and bigotry.

Well, I think you all know the answer to that.

Let's not be hypocrites.

Ambiga?

Actually, I don't want to waste my time writing about her on this beautiful Sunday morning.

Suffice to say that she is just a Pakatan's stooge, plain and simple.

That's all there is about her.

Mana-mana Melayu yang jadikan Ambiga ni ikon dia orang, memang lah dia orang tu spesis bodoh.

Aku malas nak betulkan lah. Bukan kerja aku pun nak bagi pandai orang bodoh yang tahap kronik macam tu.

Apa-apa hal korang tengok je lah rupa Ambiga tu, lepas tu tanya diri sendiri apasal engko orang nak jadi pengikut dia.


Kalau korang masih nak juga jadi pengikut Ambiga ni, maka betul lah yang bapak Marina Mahathir tu cakap, Melayu memang bengong.

Pada aku, dari jadi pengikut Ambiga, lebih baik jadi pengikut KJ.

At least KJ handsome.


Saturday, 13 September 2014

Singaporeans are smart people

I really admire the way the Singapore government take advantage of its own people.

They do it so blatantly and most of the time got away with it by blaming others.

The latest is when they wanted to increase their Causeway toll charges by up to about 500 per cent, effective Oct 1.

You can read how they blame it on the Malaysian government for this latest kiasu move at this BigCat's posting,

Toll

The new Singapore toll charges:

Cars - S$6.50, previously S$1.20
Vans/light good vehicles - S$9.80, previously S$1.90
Heavy goods vehicles - S$13, previously S$2.60
Taxis - S$3.30, previously S$0.60
Buses -S$5.30, previously S$1

I had previously argued that this will affect the Singaporeans more than Malaysians.

You can read about it here, A fight Singapore cannot win

Singaporeans simply cross over the Causeway more than Malaysians.

They need the space over here, particularly during the weekends.

They are the ones who mostly have to pay that additional toll charges.

Similarly, as for vehicles transporting goods, such as vegetables, fruits, fish and such, the additional costs will be off loaded on the Singaporean consumers.

Malaysians working in Singapore mostly travel on motorcycles and buses. They don't really have to suffer by much or nothing at all from the toll increase.

Those who drive daily to work in Singapore are rich enough, I guess, that they shouldn't be complaining anyway.

Anyway, do Singaporeans really care about this toll increase? Will they stop coming to Malaysia?

I don't think so.

I think they will grumble a bit. But that's about it. They are rich people anyway. It's not cheap to own a car in Singapore, okay.

And of course, they will blame it on the Malaysian government as that's what their government wants.

The Singapore government is really smart. Or they think they are smart. They see an opportunity to make money and did so.

They even think they look good by living up to the Singapore's kiasu ideal of not to be beaten in anything by their neighbor.

And on top of all that, they managed to do it by blaming the Malaysian government.

But I don't think the Singaporeans are that stupid not to see what their government are doing.

They may not want to or dare to voice it out, but I believe this is what they are saying between themselves :

"The Malaysians increase their toll charges claiming they need the money to pay for their new EDL highway. How come then our government wants to make it doubly hard for us by increasing toll on our side too? Anyway, since when does our government have this "matching policy"? If the Malaysians want to make life difficult for us, why do our government want to match them in doing that? "

Yea, I don't think Singaporeans were that stupid not to ask those questions.


Oh, by the way, my mother drove down grandma back to aunt's house in Singapore today.

I hope she comes back before Oct 1.

Otherwise she will have to pay the additional toll charges.

It's such a nuisance if I have to listen to her grumbling about such things after that.

After this, she better just send my grandma on a plane down to Singapore instead.

That way tak kena toll.