Sunday, 24 September 2017

Ajaib tapi Benar : Meter Jalan Sendiri.

Woi Petronas ....meter still running even when pump not being😡😡😡

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Lawak petang Ahad....

Dishonourable Discharge

Dishonourable discharge in Indoneisa...when do we start doing this here?

Sarawak Report Democracy At Work?

24 September 2017

Kuala Sepetang assemblyperson Chua Yee Ling has been evicted from Sarawak.
Chua was in Miri for a PKR dinner tonight, when Immigration and police officers gatecrashed the event held at the Eastwood Valley Golf & Country Club.
Footage streamed from the Perak representative’s Facebook page showed her being escorted out of the venue accompanied by the officers.
Chua was calm throughout the eviction, saying she would co-operate.
“You are just doing your job, but I wonder why,” she is heard telling the Immigration officer.
She then got into a black SUV which drove off. Chua told Malaysiakini at about 9.30pm that she was boarding her flight back to the peninsula.
Earlier today, PKR lawmakers Zuraida Kamaruddin and Hee Loy Sien were barred from entering Sarawak after arriving at the Miri airport.
They were also slated to attend the dinner.
PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar subsequently cancelled her flight to Miri, appearing at the party dinner through a video instead.
Source: Democracy At Work?


Returning from his latest foreign tour Najib had one of his habitual moans, decrying the opposition for ruining the economy (not him as Finance Minister) and complaining that they were tarnishing Malaysia’s image as a vibrant democracy!
The problem, he whinged, is they keep on making false complaints that things aren’t as democratic as they should be in Malaysia: “Malaysia’s record on democracy and free speech are strong!” he thundered in his blog.
Yet, just days later, a perfect example of BN breaking the rules and abusing government powers to prevent democracy in one of its so-called ‘Safe Deposit’ states of East Malaysia. Najib counts on Sarawak, because of the draconian abuse of power by the client state government, which takes vote buying, threats, gerrymandering and vote rigging to extreme lengths in its low population areas.
So fearful are they of the opposition that they habitually throw legitimate visiting politicians from the mainland out, for fear they may encourage the locals.
What does Najib do about this outrageous practice?  He encourages it, of course. Then he goes abroad and online and tells anyone who will listen that he is a fine democrate just like they are.

Lawak pagi Ahad.,

Terjumpa dlm FB, kelakar tapi betul juga
Pesanan Dari 
Datin Dr Marzelina Ahmad Marzuki
Pakar Motivasi Siber & NLP
"Jika ingin menjadi pemimpin yang baik dan berjaya, maka belajarlah dari Alat Kemaluan Lelaki" :-
1). Tidak pernah menonjolkan diri tapi tampil paling depan saat diperlukan.
2). Ada ketikanya keras, ada ketikanya lembut (mengambil tindakan mengikut situasi semasa).
3). Mampu membantu melahirkan Generasi modal insan pelapis.
4). Boleh "menyerang" pihak lawan sambil tetap memberi kebahagiaan dan kenikmatan.
5). Walau terjadi pergeseran antara kedua belah pihak, namun pada akhirnya semua bahagia.
6). Setelah mencapai kejayaan, kembali bersikap menunduk, tidak berbesar kepala serta mengecilkan @ merendah diri. Tidak membangga dengan kejayaan.
Sudah pasti kita akan sentiasa dikenang oleh lawan sebagai pemimpin yg super power.

Selamat Pagi Malaysia....

This gladdens my heart on this Sunday morning...Life is Good!

Dire Straits

Saturday, 23 September 2017

cakap cakap: What will you do with your life?

Today...and I literally mean TODAY...I will live my life for the good things in, happiness and the other things that gives sustenance to my soul, to my self and whatever ego and and wants that I might still have and am able to gratify with the means still at my disposal. And if I cannot gratify my ego and whatever "wants" that I may still have...that I may still cannot do without...then I will still have love, happiness and the other things that really matters to me in my life.I do this every day of my life consciously. That is why I say "and I literally mean TODAY". It will be the same tomorrow, the day after and I hope, for the rest of what life I may still have to live. This way if at any time my life is over, I have no regrets that I have not done yesterday, what I should have done. Things like saying I love you to my wife, things like saying thank you to my son for being there for me....small things that really matters in the last conscious moments of your life. 

At 70 years of age your mortality confronts you much too often for you to be able to ignore. For some that confrontation is not well received and met with all the defence mechanism one can muster to ensure longevity over old age and coming death. Some will embrace mortality with a shrug of their shoulders, some with a stoic determination to prepare oneself for whatever is to come with calmness and acceptance that that is the way of life...and there may be others who welcome death as an escape from the hell that this physical world has been to them. To each his or her own. I want to leave this physical bond that ties us to too many things with just one hope....that I have done whatever I can possibly do to those that I love, done all that I can physically do for myself and had lived life as I want to live and to the best of my ability...and if I can do all that...then I will go quietly.

How about you?