Dec 31, 2010


This video is Specially Dedicated to all my fellow Malaysians and May this New Year of 2011 Brings on Renewed Vigor and Courage to Continue the Dream that we have Dreamt of a New Malaysia!


Dec 30, 2010

What a Bum!

What a Bum!

Ego has always been the problem of mankind and somewhere it was written that EGO means to Edge God Out. What amaze me are those that call themselves man of god or visit the sacred places of worship on a ritualistic manner are sometimes the ones with the biggest Ego and recently this super Ego Malaysian has shown all his devilish traits in public either looking for attention or he thinks he is second only to God as in this Christmas greetings he wrote himself, this is what he wrote: “If thou be at peace, then God is wit thee, If there is some worry, WORRY NOT, Desi is wit Thee”.

Dec 23, 2010



Dec 21, 2010

Malaysia - Highest Rate of Road Fatalities in SEA

Tour Bus Crash Kills 28

Malaysia has the highest rate of road traffic fatalities in Southeast Asia, with 23.6 deaths per 100 thousand people.

Higher traffic accident deaths than Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Phillipines and etc.

Malaysian Roads are a Killer! Please Drive Carefully!
Read AlJazeera HERE

Dec 18, 2010

MCLM a Radical Revolution

MCLM a Radical Revolution

MCLM is generating a lot of hype from both sides of the political divide, the movement was launched by RPK recently and funded by overseas Malaysians from London, draws similarity to the time of Sun Yat Sen the Chinese Revolutionary Leader and the founding father of the Republic of China and also known as the Father of Modern China who succeeded in overthrowing the all-powerful evil Imperial rule of the Ching dynasty in 1911.

Dec 14, 2010

Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement - Public Forum

MCLM First KL Public Forum

Date : 21st December, 2010 (Tuesday)

Time : 7.30pm
Venue : First Floor, KL & Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall.

Speakers :
1. Haris Ibrahim
2. Malik Imtiaz Sarwar
3. Andrew Yong (Malaysian Overseas Votes)
4. The second independent candidate


Dec 8, 2010

Malaysia Practiced Widespread Torture

"The Malaysian government does not punish officers for their actions. Instead, it trains officers how to conduct caning and pays them a bonus for each stroke. Many double their income through their caning work. Others take bribes to intentionally miss, sparing their victims"
 - Amnesty International -

Video Warning: Viewer Discretion Required


Malaysia: Torture practiced systematically in widespread caning

The Malaysian government must immediately end the practice of judicial caning, which subjects thousands of people each year to systematic torture and ill-treatment, leaving them with permanent physical and psychological scars, Amnesty International said today in a new report.

Dec 6, 2010

Donald Duck the Debt - Malaysian National Debt

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The amusing argument in Parliament from the Deputy Finance Minister, Donald Duck Lim who had given inconsistent figures when replying to questions from Fong Kui Lun, the MP for Bukit Bintang over the National Debt.

Unity Dance - The First Lady

Unity Dance
Dancing should be viewed as an art which can unite and promote unity and teamwork among people, said the first lady Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor.

Dec 5, 2010

Selangor Water Protest Videos

Part I

Part II

Malaysiakini Video

Watch ChanelNewsAsia video HERE

Watch Chanel News Asia Live Streaming Report at 7pm HERE

Dec 2, 2010

UN Report Grim Outlook For Global Economy in 2011

Click Chart For China Bubble Report from Bloomberg

UN Report Grim Outlook For Global Economy in 2011

The recovery from the global economic crisis has been faced with setbacks since the middle of 2010 and the outlook for growth in 2011 remains grim, stated a new UN report pre-released Wednesday.

"I Nearly Cried" Crocodile Tears?

"Crocodile Tears: A false or insincere display of emotion such as a hypocrite crying fake tears of grief. The expression comes from an ancient anecdote that crocodiles weep in order to lure their prey, or that they cry for the victims they are eating."

This Member of Parliament of Raub (Pahang), Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen has spent some RM3.25 million on overseas trips which comprises of RM1.67 million for the whole of 2009 while for the first 10 months this year, the bill came to RM1.58 million.

Dec 1, 2010

Playing the Part of the Loose Canon

See if you can find any similarity to the Malaysian local politics of wily politicians leveraging on fear and uncertainty, some playing the part of the loose canon in trying to get attention and making headline news. In being strategic one must learn to see the reason of being so and why they say what they say, why they do what they do and in revealing the underlying motive, sieving out pretense from truth.