Thursday, May 31, 2007

Lina Joy?

Siapa Lina Joy?

Kenapa Lina Joy tiba-tiba jadi seperti seleberiti yang terkenal. Kenapa seluruh mata dunia ingin tahu siapa Lina Joy. Adakah sebab dia seperti mangsa-mangsa kekejaman yahudi, nazi atau pol pot?

Yang paling penting kenapa Lina Joy nak jadi murtad dan jadi kristian? Yang lagi pelik kenapa Sisters in Islam menyokong Lina Joy untuk murtad? Bertambah pelik bila ada peguam-peguam yang kononnya Islam dan Muslim seperti Malik Imtiaz beiya-iya nak sokong Lina Joy supaya dia boleh murtad?

Pelik dan ajaib...

Kasihan keluarga Azlina Jelaini... Kasihan bapa dan ibu Azlina... bukan ibu Lina.. tetapi ibu Azlina.. kerana Azlina sudah tiada lagi. Yang ada hanyalah Lina Joy!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

masalahnya begini...
bukan hasratnya nak api-apikah sentimen perkauman...

masalahnya ini adalah satu peluang utk semua mendapat penjelasan tentang beberapa akta kita yang memeningkan kepala.

Artikel 11 and Rukunegara kata ...semua warganegara Malaysia bebas beragama
tapi definasi Melayu dalam akta kata "Melayu ada orang yang menganuti agama Islam"

Kalau ada Melayu tidak menganut Islam... nak panggil apa "Orang tak berkaum?"

Kan dah selisih...

Mana boleh ada akta yang tak masuk akal macam ini...

Maka kes macam mestilah jadi tumpuan ... sampaikan hakim-hakim Muslim and bukan Muslim pun bagi penjelasan jauhan berlainan.

Yang mengapi-apikan sentimen perkauman adalah orang yang membuat himpunan haram kat luar makamah bila keputusan dibacakan...
Mana boleh 300 orang berkumpul tanpa permit...

Kalau keputusan adalah sebalik mesti Lina Joy and hakim hakim kes itu dah lama kena bunuh oleh mereka.

cool man said...

Look inwards within Malaysia, mate, and you will find so much unfairness against the non-malays and by default non-Muslims. The country has turned to rat shit in my opinion.

Malaysia had so much potential but it has been wasted by the inapt, incompetent, mindless people running it.

When a university like University Malaya (UM) has a policy of discrimination in its enrolment, there is every likelihood that the administrative and management policies are flawed with discrimination.

This can be seen by their employment of only one race monopolising the teaching staff. When such a situation takes place most of the staff are employed not based on merit but by cronyism and nepotism.

The end result is the sacrifice of quality in the institution of higher learning. Many of the lecturers in UM are educated in the malay medium and it is unlikely they can excel in an English medium of instruction.

UM is a white elephant which has lost its direction and purpose. It would be a fitting finale to just close the institution and focus its resources with other notable private universities.

One thing I'd like to see is that all policies are discussed openly and public opinion is invited. Traditionally it is done secretively by a select number of administrators and educators. Hence the mismatch of what the public wants versus what the politicians want.

Pak Lah government is a government of homilies and zero on walking the talk.

The main purpose is to ensure those close to Umno make money as the people are there to be squeezed. The citizens interest is never in the equation.

With this kind of attitude and way of administering the country and GLCs, we can foretell a detour of Vision 2020!

What a joke of the country! Add another 30 years and we are no closer to achieving the vision, or is it illusion?

All I can say is people reap what they sow. They voted for the BN and so this is what they get. I feel these people who voted for the BN have no right to complain, they asked for it! Now they have brought distress and troubles to the rest of us who didn't voted for the BN.

These talk are lip service and at best a bandage on the issues and problems. At the core of the issues is really corruption, and at the core of the corruption is low wages and no meritocracy, and at the core of the low wages is the NEP.

So long as the NEP exist, it condones corruption and special treatment, and hence allow the government abuse. Even with the best of intention without a systematic treatment, we will see abuse, whether it is public or in private.

Malaysia ministers are living like the kings of olden India. Many of them are worth millions.

If the government is sincere in being prudent with spending, it should adopt a multi-prong approach to keeping down inflation. It should avoid extravagance and curb corruption.

As long as we have BN as a ruling party, we will not see a corruptionless, efficient and trustworthy government. Just look at Umno, I cannot find a clean leader.

All are corrupted and waiting for their turn to make big money with cuts. Pak Lah can go on and preach the kampung folks about being prudent in spending but the same will not be bought by others.

Pak Lah is a man full of words, words, words, words and words. Nothing less and nothing more. A good and nice guy but good for nothing. This may go on until he retired. Let us wish him all the best for his future words.

A country needs just one leader to bring it down the drain and it seems we have the prime minister to do just that!

We need total change in the political scenario. Mahathir mentality and Mahathir regime of corrupt practise must vanish from the political scene. Malaysia needs a sincere visionary to move forward towards a clean government.

It is no wonder that there is a crisis in our higher education. It is time the government has an outside independent, maybe even foreign party make an assessment.

If you don't know how bad the problem is, there is no way you can fix it. I think the problem is very very severe. I think the problem is so bad that the government find it politically sensitive to reveal it, which is why the independent report want to see, is being made an official secret.

Seriously we may actually be lucky to have only 60000 unemployed graduates. In the real meritocracy world, we could be looking at hundreds of thousands.

Having said that, the Malaysia dilemma does not only stem from the fallacy of NEP but also, it seems, the apparent blissful ignorance that we have incorporated into our working culture.

We have to admit that in Malaysia we have bad corporate culture. As such places like university do work without any solid model and consultation. We remain 'deaf' to many issues. This leaks into our daily life as well.

Just look at the banks, the police forces, the schools. It is safe to say that nobody really cares about their work in the way they should. It is apparent that people take up jobs and not careers. There is no pride whatsoever in doing anything.

Bad corporate culture! One word: Ignorance.

This simply, is a direct symptomatic and reflection of the fact that Malaysians lives are, from all angles, in danger.

Power abuses, potentially high inflationary pressures blowouts, poor personal safety and national security, poor international relations, low educational standards, institutionalised corruptions, government-linked companies scandals, financial bailouts, being overrun by uncontrolled illegal immigrants………..and so-on-and-so-forth.

This administration, unfortunately inherited a very, very sick country. Even terminally ill, receiving palliative care.

End game?

The moral decay is beyond the point of no return! Judgment: Malaysia is relegating to become a fourth world country. Vision 2020 has derailed!

God is very fair. Other countries have natural disasters, we have our ruin ministers.

When are we going to wake up? Thailand, China and even Vietnam are galloping ahead and we will end up eating dust that they kick up. Well, at least we may still be better than Ghana at this day.

Look out Nigeria or Ghana! Bolehland is hotly pursuing your title of most corrupt nation. Hooray! Malaysia Boleh!

I felt sorry for the people of Bolehland.

This is the result of gross lack of planning. Projects are approved on the run for various reasons. It is already costly to build. But it will be more costly, at least 3 times more, to repair and fix. This is a wastage of taxpayers money.

No one could be held responsible and accountable. I suppose no one cares for the ordinary people as long as there is money to be made.

If this happen in some of the under developing countries in Africa, one could understand. But to Malaysia……….something is seriously wrong - we have plenty of qualified and experienced people to ensure things are done reasonably well.

I call for a formulation of a 21st century New Economic Policy when the NEP runs out of term based exclusively on socio-economic grounds favouring the poor and disabled belonging to any group of Malaysians.

As a good leader and a decent human being, one got to do what is right and fair with morality and dignity. If not, the future generations to come will suffer and live with great shame of the behaviours and actions of their leaders.

It is high time to unite all Malaysians for a good cause. Enough is enough!

Did I always say this Pak Lah is a hopeless fellow? Since he came to power, Malaysians have been suffering and suffering and suffering.

Incomes have gone down and expenses have spiraled up. The parliament, the judiciary and Anti-Corruption Agency have become his dolls to play and the government has become more corrupted.

Many years ago, an enterprising group of businessmen went to see Mahathir about implementing an area pricing policy to discourage single-occupant vehicles from going into the city during peak hours. Mahathir told them that he couldn't do it without improving public transport first. Of course Mahathir was more concerned about the impact such a system would do to the sales of Proton cars.

The net result? Nothing was done to improve public transport.

Government force people buy local cars by making foreign cars look so expensive - and also encourage people to buy cars to support the dying industries. While at the other hand, ask people to spend wisely, save more fuel, or else our nation will become net importer of petroleum in year 2010……….so contradict.

What we are witnessing now is the legend of Robin Hood in Bolehland - robbing the poor to bail out the rich.

When will the breed of politicians be born, honest and conscientious, and made every effort for businessmen to invest not only to earn a reasonable return, but to achieve good things in life for the people?

No matter how you try to answer those questions above, the end conclusion is that this government is hiding something else from the people that will be injurious to their future if it is not tackled head on now.

Sigh……….the timing was really wrong on this one - really pissed off when Pak Lah said the money was going to be used to better public transportation, which just didn't make sense, especially when he stated that it was 'apparently lacking'.

A 4 billion ringgits save on the subsidy will only be wasted on public transportation. This is because the people have lost faith in the effectiveness of public transportation in this country.

Why? Simple, lazy ass commuter controllers, lazy ass bus drivers, who never keep to schedules, then blame everything on 'technical difficulty'.

If a commuter engineer can stand around the station doing nothing about it, that isn't a technical difficulty, that is a mental one.

Plus, since these public transportation companies never make a profit, they simply feed of the government, and never giving better service.

Put the 4 billion ringgits back in the subsidy, get the money from somewhere else! I know, take back all those ever-growing benefits to government workers, and use that for public transport.

All these years, the Umno administration has spawned cronyisms, muzzled the media from exposing the facts, ignored the plain language of uncompetitive realities, created can-do myths and carved bleeding shortcuts.

Now everyone pays the price.

So my colleague here goes to work by taking a train, bus, bicycle. Seem this would be our future. Owning a car would be a thing of a past in Vision 2020.

Better still, close down all the highway and use bullock cart, then we will assure our oil reserve will be there for the next thousand years.

Under this administration we are going backward and backward……….what a pity!

If it was in Thailand, Philippine or Indonesia, there could have been a military coup. Unfortunately, these security forces like the police have become impotent.

Only peoples power can set things right. Throw the BN government out. Otherwise, the future of our children will be condemned.

50 years is enough!

Malaysians deserve to be treated like this. But it will be forgotten after a while until another increase of price take place. In Malaysia the government like to bully the people because the people have no will power to boycott.

Since most of us are perceive to be living in luxurious by the Malaysia government, the government think we will accept the fact after a while. A call for boycotting Petronas will fall on deaf here because simply the people have no will power.

Can anyone tell me any boycott events which have been successful in the past? To my best knowledge - nothing!

Then all this anger should be known by the government and the government must be sensitive because the voters are utter rubbish.

History has proven again and again that BN government is the great actor and great liar. But the people keep on vote for them again and again because it seems we have no choice. What you mean we have no choice! It is not we have no choice, but we are fear of change and like to remain status quo.

Until the people willing to take up radical and revolutionary changes, the government shall always take us for ride. They understand us very well but we still do not understand them after nearly 50 years.

No wonder Malaysia universities produce unemployable graduates.

50 years is enough!

Corruption is already a culture in Malaysia society. There are too many cases to be dealt with. This is not unexpected. The system is run by fools like most of the ministers.

Let said with government-linked companies (GLCs) losing billions of taxpayers money through gross mismanagement, political appointments of unaccountable chief executive officers (CEOs) and rampant corruption, the government should not expect sympathy from the people.

Giving the government more money when it fails time and again, is no different than feeding an addict.

If we want to blur the demarcation between politics and religion in a plural society such as ours, then the result will be bad governance and division as we continue to witness in our beloved country.

Crimes, inflation, rising illegal immigrants and worsening unemployment are testimonies of a worst case scenario.

With the incorrigible, intransigent and power crazy people still around and with myopic belief from the opposition, there won't be any changes in the political scene in Malaysia for another 50 years……….if these inveterate people and recalcitrant are still around!

The problem is intractable, as long as we are a nation divided along race and religion. That is the colonial strategy which has worked wonders for BN.

We have to come together on common ground, and that means all Malaysians - Chinese, Iban, Indian, Kadazan, Malay, and Senoi etc.

It is time for the government of the day to change their policies before the electorates who voted them into power are plunged into a crisis. Otherwise, it is time for the people to change and choose new leaders.

Good luck Malaysians. You are in for a tough time!