Friday, February 06, 2009


Dalam tak ada ni..

Bila saya terbaca laman-laman web yang samada pro-PR atau pro-BN, saya dapat rumuskan yang ada dua jenis lompat- lompat halal dan lompat haram..

Cuba kita renungkan:

Lompat dari BN ke PR = Halal

Lompat Dato' Nasarudin (BN ke PR) = Halal

Lompat Dato' Nasarudin (lompat kijang PR ke BN) = HARAM

Lompat 2 ADUN PKR dan 1 ADUN DAP ke BN = HARAM juge...

Jadi kesimpulannya adalah:

Jika dari BN ke PR = Halal

Tapi dari PR ke BN = Haram

Betul ke?

Kelakar ... hehehehehehe...

Nak tanya apa kata JAKIM...


Anonymous said...

HANYA orang yang buta hati, dan buta perut yang tidak memahami keadaan sebenar saja menulis artikel ini. Baca dan fahami betul-betul suasana di Perak. Baca SUARA RAKYAT DI PERAK:

ruyom said...

Now come the important part. Of these 871,736 Perakians who went to the polls;

400,682 voted for a BN candidate
443,354 voted for a PR candidate!

If you put it in percentage terms, 51% of those who went to the polls voted for PAKATAN RAKYAT whilst only 46% voted for BN.

oversee said...

Folks, please tell me how do you best manage a country whereby - the majority community who rule, can't competitive on equal footing with other countrymen, and fear to end up as working for very competitive - the other minority!

(Australia/Singapore/USA etc, don't have these scenario, as the community who call the shot is also the majority community.)

Our government complains of brain drain, but do we actually do something to lure all these professionals back?

It is sad to see that we have the greatest minds around the world. One would be proud to see that we have great Malaysian minds in almost every field, for example in dentistry, medicine, physics etc, and yet where did they end up?

They ended up in the developed world, helping the developed countries to become better day by day.

It would be more logical to try to attract these great minds back from other countries than to continue employing health professionals from foreign countries like Bangladesh, Pakistan, that would not be dedicated in their work in the end, because of the poor system here.

But building a world-class university in a third world nation is unheard of, with the exception of large nations of China/India. Simply, a third world Malaysia software does not nurture a first class world-class university.

Will this country ever change? Unfortunately, I doubt it.

We have a daughter who is currently studying oversea. My wife and I have been trying to tell her to stay there and get a PR and not come back.

Even though the white man's land is not wholly a bed of roses, we know we will be treated more fairly and the system is much more transparent than what we have here.

It is a heavy heart that we have to make this decision for our daughter but deep down inside, we know it is better for her and her next generation. We are already near the final lap of our careers and life, and the political situation here has little impact on us.

Our children have a whole new horizon ahead of them. It is their future……….do they have one here?

Malaysia will always be here. It is a nice place to holiday - you want to live a compromised life you can return to work. But you want to be yourself then go wherever you please. We all wish you well.

Believe me, the government too wishes that you don't come back to quell the Chinese professional numbers. So they remain obliged to make your life miserable. All this talk about brain drain……….come on, you doesn't really buy the government's feigned attempt to show concern, do you!

So, be wise, stay outside. Come back to get yourself rejuvenated with Malaysian food, and culture, as often as you can and stick your fingers up to the government too.

But just remember if you are not prepared to compromise principles……….just stay out!

Just be practical. One anesthetist told me, your perception will change when you have kids and a wife to worry about.

aston said...

· The Malaysia Constitution has been amended some 690 times. The USA has been in existence for more than 200 years and their constitution was only amended 27 times.

· Because of the overwhelming power available to the executive, the judiciary has been corrupted and emasculated, the legislature has been reduced to a rubber stamp, the power of the Agung has been clipped.

· The legal system is a sad joke, serving only further the desires of the ruling group.

Dziauddin said...

dua dua halal dari segi undang2 tapi amat tidak bermoral

Anonymous said...

melayu2 melayu bodoh
islam2 islam bodoh

(chant to the tune of PR demo)

kalau PAS + UMNO baru lah melayu tak bodoh

PAS dan UMNO kan sama2 islam