Wednesday, 30 April 2014

No hate, no deceit, no lies..... the face of an innocent child.


cakap cakap... "above the navel trousers brigade"....

I am now officially part of the "above the navel trousers brigade" of this week I realized it is more comfortable wearing my trousers not below the navel...not at the same level as my navel...but above my navel need to explain why...those past 60 will understand!...and listening to Cliff Richard is part of our "thing" to do! So brother Yusoff, brother Fauzi and all my school mates enjoy!

Our grand daughters....growing up fast!


above SOFIE concentrating on writing her name...

Above...Isabel then with mum and dad....and below Isabel now.....


Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Stupidity or bravery?

Who will save the Malays? Who will give back to the Malays what they have lost through no fault of their own? If not Umno...who else? Huh!

Thank God for Umno...defending the thin Red Line…really?

Who will save the Malays? Who will give back to the Malays what they have lost through no fault of their own? Their religion, culture and political dominance are all under threat from the Christians, the Chinese, the West (including of course, the Jews!) and lurking in the background are the Syiah, the Freemasons, the Communists, the Jesuits and the Socialists.

Everyone has it in for the Malays. A dagger is pointed at their chest waiting to be plunged into the depths of a still beating heart should they lower their guard.

These odious enemies of the Malays have taken all that the Malays revere …their self respect, adat, and pride and soon they will also take away the Tanah Air and leave the Malays with nothing…not even a roof over their heads what more a place to call our own!

How much more do you expect the Malays to endure? How much more can the Malays endure?

Thank God for Umno! 
Umno has vowed that the Malays will never be oppressed in their own land for as long as Umno is in power.

(Don't forget that "As long as Umno is in power" bit!)

Umno will defend the sovereignty of the Malays, take back what it has lost and once again make the Malays the Tuan of their own country!

This Umno has sworn to do and have been doing for the past half a century since Merdeka. This has been Umno’s struggle. Umno is the last bastion that guards the thin red line between the Malays disappearing from the face of this Earth and its continued survival as a race, with its own Tanah Air, its own culture, its own language and its own religion. Umno and no other!

The Thin Red Line …really?

Consider these facts:

The Malays have total control over the Army, Navy and Air force – in its command and in the numbers of rank and file serving in these defense forces.

Ditto for PDRM, RELA and any other paramilitary forces tasked with ensuring the security and sovereignty of our nation. 

 At any given moment because Malays are already placed in all critical areas of command in these forces, this Malay led Barisan Nasional government has the ability to turn these forces against any forces that threatens the existence of the Malays or the sovereignty of our nation – be it from within or without –and from within would mean any group, race or faction deemed to be a threat to national security – and the sole arbitrator of that decision are Umno leaders!

And what have the Malays lost?

Their religion?

Is not Islam the official religion of this nation? How impossible is it for Churches and Temples to be built?  It takes 20 years to get approval/permission to build a Church and these Churches must look like a workshop or factory. Bibles translated into Bahasa cannot use the word Allah for God. In Sabah and Sarawak illegal immigrants are given citizenship to rival the number of Christians there. Churches are fire bombed.

Temples? One Hindu Temple is demolished every three weeks ostensibly because they are illegal and squatting on government land – even if they are centuries old! Who can forget the arrogance of Malays who took part in the infamous Cow Head Protest during which they “stomped and spat on it before leaving the site” The cow is a sacred animal to the Hindus.

Political dominance of the Malays threatened?

The Malays make up 60% of the Malaysia population and that figure will continue to increase in favor of the Malays. Numerically there is no threat to not only Malay political dominance but any attempts by any other racial group to overwhelm the Malays in any way. How can the Chinese do this when the Malays are numerically superior? 

If there is any threat to Malay political dominance it is because Malay political leaders are corrupt, arrogant and incompetent in government.

The Malay culture is there for the Malays to accept or reject. In no way has any other culture constitute a threat to the Malay culture by design or inadvertently. Beauty contests? The Malays cannot compete in them. Malay girls competing in sports?  Have no fear, there are no Malay girl playing squash at international level! In Tennis? No Malay girls competing at any decent level in domestic or international competition. If anything the Muslim religion inhibits any Malay girl to compete in any sports because attire wise they cannot show their aurat...and who is the better for this? Certainly not the Malay girls or the Malays themselves!

Who has taken away the Malay’s self respect and pride in themselves?

How can the Malays have self-respect when they know that they do not have to compete with the other races in education, work opportunities or business opportunities? 

How can Malays have self respect when education is handed to them on a plate but yet they know that what education they receive will never ready them to compete on the international level where most Chinese are educated at their parents expense. 

How can the Malays have self-respect when they know that Ketuanan Melayu is always there as their crutch?

As for taking their Tanah Air away from them….woi Melayu look at the "Malay" leaders in Umno! How many questionable Malays are there? From Kerala, from India, from Indonesia and from elsewhere? How many of them are really home grown Malays? Huh!

And as for Umno being the defender of the thin red line – the last line between the Malays and oblivion…look carefully at Umno! They have had 50 years of defending the Malays and what are the Malays today? Bar the “business” that the government have got their grubby hands in – Banks, Insurance companies, monopolies in rice and sugar, oil and gas, the National Car and the massive but wasteful other businesses that this pathetic Umno led government are involved in, bar all this, it is the Chinese who are ahead economically. It is the Indians who are ahead in professionally, and it is the others who are far better off in every aspect than the Malays.

So what has Umno been defending? 

Ptui…nothing! Nothing but themselves and their selfish interest in politics and in the acquisition of material wealth for themselves. All this that they have been doing for themselves they say they are doing for the Malay race! And this is what they have sworn to do and lay down their lives (remember Hishamuddin and that Keris?)  …and they have to do this not to defend the Malay race but to defend themselves from being arrested and tried for plundering and pillaging our nation’s coffers to enrich themselves! 

So please Umno…cease and desists. 

Their leader Najib may look like a buffoon, talk like a buffoon and act like a buffoon but do not let that fool you….he really is a buffoon! So ask yourself this…if Umno has a buffoon for a leader, what does it say of Umno itself?

For sure Umno has vowed to defend the Malays against being oppressed by the Christians, the Chinese, the West (including of course, the Jews!), the Syiah, the Freemasons, the Communists, the Jesuits and the Socialists…but is it not time for the Malays to ask themselves if they are prepared to allow themselves to continue be oppressed by Umno?

I rest my case.

Sunday, 27 April 2014


Crying all the way to the Bank!

ARKIB : 27/11/2001

MITI beri saham ikut garis panduan

KUALA LUMPUR 26 Nov. - Pemberian saham khas yang dipertanggungjawabkan kepada Kementerian Perdagangan Antarabangsa dan Industri (MITI) dibuat dengan telus dan mengikut garis panduan yang diluluskan kerajaan, kata Setiausaha Parlimen kementerian itu Datuk Fu Ah Kiow.
Mengikut garis panduan itu, 65 peratus saham diberi kepada institusi amanah seperti Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB), Tabung Haji dan Tabung Angkatan Tentera, 25 peratus kepada pemegang saham syarikat yang menawarkan saham manakala 10 peratus lagi kepada anggota lembaga syarikat yang akan disenaraikan.

Beliau menolak dakwaan anggota pembangkang Mahfuz Omar (Pas-Pokok Sena) yang menyatakan Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz selaku menteri berkenaan menggunakan kuasanya untuk memberi saham bernilai RM2.3 juta dalam Top Glove Corporation Bhd. kepada menantunya bernama Fazrin Azwar.
``Dalam perkara ini, saya ingin beritahu bahawa Menteri MITI tidak hadir mesyuarat jawatankuasa pembahagian saham bumiputera ketika peruntukan saham itu dibuat,'' katanya ketika menggulung perbahasan peringkat jawatankuasa Rang Undang-Undang Perbekalan 2002 bagi kementerian itu pada persidangan Dewan Rakyat hari ini. Katanya, dalam kes yang dikemukakan oleh Mahfuz itu, apabila masih terdapat 5.1 juta unit saham yang diperuntukkan kepada beberapa institusi ditolak, saham berkenaan akan diletakkan dalam akaun amanah dan akan diperuntukkan kepada bumiputera lain yang layak.

Artikel Penuh:
© Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd 


This report investigate the corrupt wrongdoing by the Minister with regards to the allotment of the following shares to her son-in-law Fazrin Azwar bin Mohd Nor. 
  • 1.5 million shares of Leader Universal  Holdings Bhd. 
  • 4,173,190 shares of First Allied Corporation Bhd  
Badan Pencegah Rasuah commented on the following:

“Dato Seri Rafidah mengisytiharkan kepentingannya dan berkecuali dalam membuat keputusan tersebut. Walau bagaimanapun Dato Seri Rafidah tidak keluar dari bilik mesyuart tersebut”.

"committed corrupt practice by using your public position for your advantage in that while being the chairperson of the Jawatankuasa Pembahagian Shama Khas Bumiputra, agreed to approve the allotment of 4,173,910 units of shares in FACB to your son-in-law, Fazrin Azwar bin Mohd Nor.

(Dato Seri Rafidah Aziz is alleged to have "committed corrupt practice by using your public position for your advantage …agreed to approve the allotment of 1,500,000 unit of shares in Leader Universal Holdings Bhd to your son-in-law and that you have committed an offence punishable under section 2(1) of the Emergency Ordinance no 22"

"…committed corrupt practice by using your public position for your advantage in that while you being the chairperson of the Jawatankuasa Pembahagian Saham Khas Bumiputera agreed to approve the application by your son-in-law, Fazrin Azwar bin Mohd Nor, to sell the units of shares in Leader Universal Holdings Bhd"

4.4     Bahagian Pencegah Rasuah dan Bahagian Pendakwaan Jabatan Penguam Negara bersetuju bahawa terdapat keterangan yang mencukupi untuk membuktikan kes prima facie terhadap Dato Seri Rafidah Aziz ….oleh yang demikian Badan Pencegah Rasuah dan Bahagian Pendakwaan, Jabatan Penguam Negara mengesorkan supaya Dato Seri Rafidah Aziz dituduh di Mahkamah dengan pertuduhan seperti yang dinyatakan

The following are relevant documentation re the above case.

Saturday, 26 April 2014

There was once a man call Michael Jordan.


steadyaku47 comment: I first posted this over two years ago...still relevant today.

First posted on Thursday, March 1, 2012


There has been a significant airing of angst on the social media and in conversation amongst friends by many Malaysian on the ills they face living in Malaysia. The Indians decry the lack of economic progress and increasing poverty amongst their people. The Dayaks and Ibans are becoming more insistence that they will decide their own fate, not Putrajaya. The Orang Asli do not have a voice nor the means to make themselves heard - so we do not hear any of their cry even if they are in dire need of help. Today the rumblings of people who are no longer content to sit quietly and accept their untenable lot is beginning to deafen our ears.

And the most vocal are the Chinese. A significant number of these Chinese have voted with their feet – they have left to look for greener pastures elsewhere. And those that remain are organizing themselves into portent political groupings away from MCA – groupings with the potential to secure real political power in the coming 13th general elections. The Chinese can be a force for good or bad in our movement towards ABU. Good because together with the Malays and the other races, we can make ABU happen. Bad because the animosity between the Chinese and the Malays for perceived wrongs by the latter on the former over the implementation of the policies under the NEP still seethes just below the surface between the two races.
I think it is time that we discuss these matters openly and without rancour or prejudice – and ‘these matters’ I am referring to are the Chinese!

To all you Chinese who resent the manner in which you are being treated – for lack of a better word – as second-class citizens – I want to say this. 

Blame MCA, blame the BN government, blame UMNO, blame the lack of education to make our young understand the need to celebrate our differences and not accentuate it.  Blame anything or anyone you want but do not blame the Malays.

Yes the Chinese are the favourite bogeyman UMNO loves to blame for all the ills in Malaysia. There are many that will go so far as to say that the Malays too are to be blame for all that is wrong about this nation of ours. The Chinese claim that between UMNO and the Malays they are finding themselves to be the perpetual target for the ills in our nation – racial and religious tensions and the uneven and disproportionate distribution of wealth amongst the people.

And these Chinese are now asking themselves why is this so! “Why Me?” Why does UMNO and  the Malays want to target a race that has always believed in the virtues of hard work and who pride themselves in their ability to survive and succeed in life through whatever trials and tribulations thrown at them? A race that have contributed more then their fair share towards the economic success of this country. Is it not enough that they have had to compete on an uneven playing field with the Malays in business, faced overwhelming odds when competing with Malays in any tenders and projects from the Government and if that was not enough, have the education of their children and their civil liberties manipulated to favour the Malays?

I know what you Chinese have faced. Many Malays know this. Many non-Malays know this – but are we not all victims of this travesty that this UMNO led BN government dare to call a ‘Government’? A corrupt and irresponsible government that has chosen to treat the Chinese as their favourite whipping boy?  UMNO has prosecuted, abused and denied the Chinese their rights in almost every which way the Chinese choose to turn. And of course after enduring these abuses for so long the Chinese are now angry that it is so! And they intend to do something about it!

But do not be angry at the Malays. Yes many billions have been spent on the Malays and many opportunities in business and education have been denied to the Chinese in favour of the Malays. You Chinese must be sick of it!

If the Malays have become better for all these largesse from the UMNO led BN government then the Chinese might not have minded it so much because then as the Malays benefited and become a better people, so would the Chinese and the others become better people. We can all together rise to the higher level in life. But this did not happened.

Instead the Malays have stagnate and with their stagnation, the other races, especially the Chinese, stagnate with the Malays. And for this the Chinese are angry because they feel that the Malays have held them back.

I want the Chinese to know that we know that they are frustrated. I want the Chinese to know that we know that they have to work twice as hard to earn a decent living when compared to the Malays. We understand that their children have to score many A’s in their exams just so that their parents can spend their life savings to send them overseas to continue their studies while Malays who cannot even speak decent English are sent overseas on scholarships in the hundreds of thousands!          

And we know that what ever and where ever there are opportunities for work, education and business in Malays, these opportunities are not for the Chinese but are reserved for the Malays.

We know all this and yet we are telling the Chinese to not blame the Malays? Why? Because the Malays are also the victims of these ills that is in our country. We are as embarrassed as you are angry at the unfairness of this UMNO led BN government. And we Malays know that without the support of the Chinese and the other races we will never be able to rid ourselves of this unfairness not only to the Chinese and to the other races  - but also to the Malays.

That is why I ask the Chinese to not blame the Malays for the situation that they now find themselves in. If the NEP has not been managed properly to benefit the Malays must you blame the Malays for it? Blame UMNO!

We Malays know what the Chinese and the other races feel about life in Malaysia. You resent the privileges accorded to the Malays. You resent the Bumiputra status. You resent ketuanan Melayu ….but look at the Malays now.

Would you want to be a Malay?

A Malay that has a Malay led government that is corrupt, arrogant and totally without compassion for its own race?

Do you want to be a Malay that is constantly bombarded by religious pronouncements that embarrasses you  - and these come not from the Koran but from government appointed religious bodies because this Malay government uses religion to divide and rule its own people?

Do you want to be a Malay whose private life is not theirs to do as they like but is under the control of the same government appointed religious bodies that think that it is their duty to raid houses of ill reputes to save Malay girls from a life of depravity while the same politician that appointed them have lives that would rival Hugh Hefner?

Every ill that now burden our country can be said to be the fault of UMNO – and is not UMNO a Malay political organization? And you have in Malaysia 9 Sultans and one King – all Malays – all the very personification of waste and an example of an institution that does no good to anybody but themselves! All of them Malays!
Do you want all this on your shoulders and maybe more, much more, if you are a Malay?

No my friends… do not want to be us. We all have our own cross to bear. Let us not start to blame each other for the ills that we now face in this beloved country of ours. And never must we start hating each other for these ills. Blame the UMNO led BN government. Hate the UMNO led BN government!

That UMNO is a Malay political organization is a cross that we Malays will have to bear until we can rid ourselves of this curse. And we can only do so as one people – so please all you Chinese – do not blame the Malays for your ills. The blame lies with UMNO not with us Malays.

Malaysia kita sudah berjaya......

 This is Malaysia's murder of the century. Altantuya, a Mongolian national, single mother of two sons, was allegedly shot twice in the head and blown up with C4 explosives on 19 October 2006. She was allegedly murdered by two special task force policemen, abetted by political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda, close associate of Deputy Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak. Except for her family and friends, Malaysians do not know how Altantuya look like, or who she is. This video was produced by her father Mr. Stev Shariibuu, in memory of his loving daughter. May her soul rest in peace. May justice prevail for Altantuya and her family.

etc, etc, etc.......

Friday, 25 April 2014



6.1 Sisatan tertumpu terhadap pemilikan harta yang diperolehi dengan cara yang mencurigakan. Walaupun projek-projek itu adalah untuk pembanguan Negeri Melaka tetapi telah banyak menguntungankan B1 (Tan Sri Haji Abdul Rahim bin Datuk Thambi Chik)  dari segi kepentingan peribadi keluarga.

Dari sisatan yang sedia ada kesimpulan dapat dibuat bahawa B1 (Tan Sri Haji Abdul Rahim bin Datuk Thambi Chik) telah meyalahgunakan kedudukan dan kuasanya untuk kepentingan peribadi dan keluarga. Untuk mencapai tujuan tersebut B1  (Tan Sri Haji Abdul Rahim bin Datuk Thambi Chik)  sanggup membuat satu Akuan Statutori Palasu kepada YAB Perdana Menteri….

Thursday, 24 April 2014

Lee Kuan Yew....Growing old gracefully.

Photo of a very thin Lee Kuan Yew sparks concern

Wednesday, 23 April 2014


Five issues for Moyes's successor to address

AFPUpdated April 23, 2014, 2:48 am
    London (AFP) - Less than 12 months after awarding David Moyes a six-year contract, Manchester United are searching for another new manager following the Scot's dismissal on Tuesday.
    While player-coach Ryan Giggs has been placed in interim charge until the end of the season, the club will now look to appoint a long-term successor to Moyes capable of restoring the club to former glories.
    Here, AFP Sports looks at five issues that will be on the top of the new man's in-tray:
    1. Bring the style back
    - The statistics ultimately did for Moyes -- 11 league defeats; 23 points below leaders Liverpool; no Champions League qualification for the first time since 1995 -- but the abrupt disappearance of the United swagger was equally disconcerting. Under Alex Ferguson, United were renowned for their dashing football and never-say-die spirit, but under Moyes they looked like a team without a soul. Gone were the thrilling counter-attacks and injury-time goals, replaced instead by a listless tactical conservatism that reached a nadir in February when United lumped a Premier League-record 81 crosses into the box during a 2-2 draw at home to Fulham. In Moyes's last game in charge, a 2-0 defeat at his former club Everton, United dominated possession, but did nothing with it. "Possession football, meaningless football, against clinical football," was the damning verdict of former United stalwart Gary Neville.
    2. Rejuvenate the defence
    - While Moyes's successor will find a cluster of renowned attacking players at his disposal, he will also inherit a defence that has been creaking badly ever since Ferguson retired in May last year. Captain Nemanja Vidic has already agreed to join Inter Milan and both Rio Ferdinand, 35, and Patrice Evra, 32, will soon be out of contract. At 23, right-back Rafael da Silva has time on his side, but he has turned in several erratic performances of late, while Phil Jones, Jonny Evans and Chris Smalling have been exposed at times as well. A new central midfielder remains a key requirement, but the reconstruction of the United back four is likely to be the principle focus of the anticipated close-season recruitment drive.
    3. Devise a system that accommodates Rooney and Mata
    - United fans rejoiced when Moyes prised Juan Mata from Chelsea for a club-record £37.1 million ($61.2 million, 44.8 million euros) fee in January, but the Spaniard's Old Trafford career is yet to catch fire. He was typically used on the right of an attacking midfield triumvirate by Moyes, as the number 10 role that he covets is currently the exclusive domain of Wayne Rooney. Shinji Kagawa, a Ferguson signing who has also failed to find his feet, is another player who prefers to play as a central playmaker, and the new manager's ability to devise a system that successfully accommodates at least two of those players could determine his chances of success.
    4. Stop the leaks
    - Ferguson famously elected to exert control over the media simply by shutting them out, and stories of changing-room unrest were few and far between during his 26-and-a-half-year tenure. The code of omerta appeared to disintegrate under Moyes, however, as reports of disagreements between him and players including Ryan Giggs, Robin van Persie and Danny Welbeck filtered out into the press. If his successor is to get the whole club pulling in the same direction, he will need to be able to trust his players to keep their own counsel.
    5. Make Old Trafford a fortress again
    - Whereas opposition teams used to quake at the prospect of a visit to Old Trafford, during Moyes's brief reign a trip to United's ground came to represent an opportunity to pull off a famous upset. West Bromwich Albion, Everton and Newcastle United all registered long-awaited league wins at Old Trafford, while Swansea City and Sunderland both enjoyed success there in the domestic cup competitions. Successive 3-0 defeats by Liverpool and Manchester City further dampened the atmosphere and that unfamiliar sense of vulnerability will need to be washed out of the stadium's corridors before United can even think about returning to the summit of the European game.

    Tuesday, 22 April 2014


    Late last night as I lay in my bed between going to sleep and being asleep, I allowed myself to think of life.

    I am already past that most basic of human needs of food, water and shelter. Past the survival stage, past the procreation stage and even past the stage where I am a mature adult…for I am now past 60…more an ageing adult past my mid life crisis and deep into my last main stage of life.

    Physical decline has already set in and I am already preparing myself for inevitably more decline and perhaps, looking at my wife who has dementia, maybe dependency on others as ageing sets in with a vengeance.

    I do not deny these realities but accept them with good grace for I am fortunate that with old age, I have also gained some wisdom….not too much of it but enough to know that as in all things in life, I must strike a balance between what I want to do and what I can do. A balance between finding out the meaning of life and the acceptance of the inevitability of coming death.

    I let my mind wander amongst all these thoughts with contentment because I am now at peace with who I have become – someone who was born into this earth 67 years and since then had lived my life as I choose to do and where I choose to live it and in the process now finds myself in a part of the world – Melbourne – where all that I had wanted of myself and for myself are blissfully provided for…..the physical nearness of those people that matters to me and the financial means to keep body and soul together….all in all a good place to be when you are deep into the last main stage of life.

    How many of you can have claim to the same things? Not millions in the bank for sure…not even thousands. No property or personal possessions of any note bar those that I need but certainly enough to get by and most rewarding of all…the ability to accept that this is my lot and be content with it. Ahhh life…I wonder what tomorrow will bring! I wish upon you all the same contentment and grace that a decent marriage to a good spouse can bring to any it has done to me.  Amen.