46 for Umno and 33 for PKR.
This might be the first thing Umno might have over PKR for the longest time, and its not a good thing really. Those are the ages of the respective youth leaders for their parties. 46 for Hisham and 33 for Shamsul Iskandar. That is not youth, that’s middle management (middle management for a long time for Hisham if you look at the way he is running Ministry of Education), that’s a wife and two kids, that’s moving to your apartment in Kota Kamuning. Continue reading “The Great Youth Leader”
BN has stated that there is no need for a commission review illegal immigrants, which means the Sabah MPs all of them minus one believe that illegal immigrants are not a threat to Sabah. So what will Sabahans do now? Continue reading “Sabah and new Sabahans”
A myth of gigantic proportions.
I just felt completely patronised with Ezam’s press statement which started promisingly that Ketuanan Melayu should abolished, with a brutal qualifier that other races respect Malay Muslims as leaders in the country. How do you say things like this in the 21st century? Continue reading “Ketuanan Melayu”
The BMC barricade is down again, and the Selangor government is calling for an EGM for Grand Saga, and Cheras completes another Warsaw uprising style revolt.
What is it about Cheras people? Continue reading “Cheras People-Warsaw Uprising Style”
The Government withdrew its subsidy to RapidKL today.
For the politicians in Parliament this means nothing, but for those standing for hours in bus stops waiting, praying and dreaming of a bus before they get cardiac arrest, things are going to get worse. Continue reading “RapidKL Bus loses its subsidy”
The nation is under attack! Our way of life is under direct and immediate threat and thank god we have identified the evil amongst us, it is no more and no less, the baju kurungs our schoolgirls are wearing. And in it the devil resides! Continue reading “Schoolgirl Seducers”
From Friday ( 30 May 2008 ) all foreign registered vehicles will not be able to fill up at any petrol stations 50 km from the border. This is about Thai and Singaporean registered vehicles really. Mind you Singapore already has a rule on Singaporean vehicles filling up to 2/3 before leaving the Republic. However ensuring stock of supply and depriving the potential to replenish supply are two distinct issues. Continue reading “No petrol in Singapore for Malaysians”