I'm taking my weekend off days this time.
Need to rest before the big project next week.
After this I will have to work almost round the clock.
Without proper rest, I think I'm bound to make mistakes, and in my line of work I can't afford to make even the smallest mistakes.
As for politics, today is MIC election day. Honestly, I'm not very well versed in Indian community affairs. So, I rather not comment on it.
Just hope they don't throw chairs, like what the PKR people did during their last election, or screwed up their maths (innocently or intentionally) when counting the ballots like what DAP did, or totally got the wrong ballot papers which Pas did last weekends.
I'm sure the Election Commission people had a good laugh when they read about those bo bo by the people who accused them of incompetency and hanky panky.
Handle less than 2,000 ballots of own party election also cannot, but still want to accuse EC of these and that. You all Pakatan people have no shame ka?
Ambiga, go get your friends to protest the Pakatan elections la. You said you want true democracy aren't you? PKR democratic ka? DAP how? Guan Eng and daddy are democrats are they, when running the party like their own public property? Pas country bumpkin's silly incompetence, good for democracy in this country is it?
Umno and its friends may not be angels, but at least they hold true to the principles of democracy.
We have indeed been democratic for half a century. And those people being accused of dictatorship by people like Anwar Ibrahim, Kit Siang and Haji Hadi whose parties can't even handle comparatively simple party elections, were the ones who have been keeping this country that way all these years.
By the way, next week will be Umno's general assembly again.
Monday will be some international forum.
Tuesday start of wings' meetings.
Wednesday still wings affairs.
Thursday, start of general assembly proper.
Well, I can't think of anything interesting to write about Umno at the moment, especially after their party election last month. But I think this general assembly should likely be all about Umno reasserting its agenda on Melayu and Islam.
Of course, the liberals don't have to worry too much, Umno still have KJ, and Nazri Aziz had just been appointed to the supreme council. Not bad, and still quite liberal, isn't it?
Wondered if Regina will accompany KJ at PWTC....she is after all his press secretary. I think they look nice together....as minister and his press secretary, of course.
Okay, I better get up now. Been writing this on my bed. Maybe will go out later and do some shopping and even maybe watch a movie.
Cheers everyone. Let's have a pleasant weekend.
"Handle less than 2,000 ballots of own party election also cannot, but still want to accuse EC of these and that. You all Pakatan people have no shame ka?"ReplyDelete
That para basically sums it all. Pakatan people know no shame. Memang muka tebal! Accuse with no evidence is their forte.
Annie found new love? heheheReplyDelete
You really need to grow up. Try harder for your masters next time.ReplyDelete
Teah nothing to write about UMNO now but I'm waiting what happen next week lah Annie. Who know with their attitude something will happen lor hehhehheh. For pakatan, they are a Honey bo bo Family for Malaysia don't you think? hehhehhehReplyDelete
re: "But I think this general assembly should likely be all about Umno reasserting its agenda on Melayu and Islam."ReplyDelete
Supaya adalah berkat Nur Muhammadiyah dalam perjuangan kite; bermula dengan mengenal diri sendiri demi mendekati rohani kepada Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala. Bismillahir rahmanir rahiim.
Annie : Umno and its friends may not be angles, but at least they hold true to the principles of democracy.ReplyDelete
Yes, UMNO and its friends like Annie is not angles nor angels but they are crooks that stealing from the rakyat. UMNO hold true to the principles of democrarcy ? kah..kah..kah....pls go ask Najib and Muhyiddin why no contest for the top two post ?
DAP's genSec also no contest.LGE didn't get the highest votes yet get the highest post.kah kah kahDelete
Anon 20:00 is an example of a moronic person. There are many like him/ her in DAP and they are Chinese.Delete
NOT APPOINTED TO SUPREME COUNCILReplyDelete
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 30 — Having lost his bid for a vice-presidency in the last month’s Umno elections, Datuk Mukhriz Mahathir yesterday failed to secure one of nine appointee slots on the party’s supreme council.
In an announcement yesterday, Umno secretary-general Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor confirmed that Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz, Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Hamzah Zainuddin and Lembah Pantai division chief Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin were all re-appointed.
New appointees were Titiwangsa MP and UDA Holdings Berhad chairman Datuk Johari Abdul Ghani, Uztaz Mohammad Kazim Elias, Datuk Irmohizam Ibrahim, Prof. Tan Sri Dr Ibrahim Abu Shah, Dr Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki and Datuk Mohd Sharkar Shamsudin.
“I believe their varied experience and ability to work as a team with those who won in the October party election will drive Umno further.
“For instance, Kazim and Asyraf can give their input on religious matters. Irmohizam, a former student leader, can assist the party to get close with youths while Johari’s corporate experience can benefit the party, too,” Tengku Adnan was quoted as saying by the New Straits Times.
He said the new members will take their oath of office at a special supreme council meeting after the party’s general assembly concluded on December 4.
It was earlier rumoured that Mukhriz would gain a spot on the powerful body, after the son of former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad had publicly expressed hope that he would be appointed following his defeat in the elections.
“I don’t think that with the results I’m suddenly totally out of the picture. It’s my hope that party president will still consider giving me a place in the Umno supreme council so that I too can contribute towards ensuring we can do better in the 14th general election,” he told reporters at the Putra World Trade Centre on October 19.
Mukhriz was edged out by Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein for third vice-president’s spot, while Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal took the first and second places.
The end of an Era.Delete
So Hishamuddin for PM next ya? New Era for the cousins right? What a nighmare! I hope that there will be no more "Eras" that will elevate clowns to positions of power. There are too many clowns already, whether in the Lim era, the Anwar Ibrahim era, or whatever PAS era.ReplyDelete