@ 11am (M’sian time) – Massive traffic jam around KL and several journalists barred from entering Parliament.

Photo above – possible scenario at the Parliament house this morning.

Indeed, I can’t read it any other way. Our Parliament, supposedly the highest court in the land,where all decision making and laws are made, is under seiged!

It’s been cordoned off by “state terrorists”, who are all out to prevent the very people who supposedly put them there, from entering and listening to debates.

Yes, today, ordinary folks like you and I, may not be able to enter Parliament and hear the debates going on inside, although we all have the bloody right to do so!

And why are there roadblocks?

A possible debate of no confidence against the Prime Minister might happen in the August House today (monday), and he does not want anyone to witness it.

The roadblocks are happening on several roads and it will definitely result in chaos and traffic jams. It’s a Monday, stupid, and people are rushing to work. How does it feel like to meet with a roadblock, blockheads?

The Opposition or rather PKR and Anwar Ibrahim denied they was organising a rally at the Parliament so what is the phobia about? What is this excessive paranoia? This cowardice par extreme…?

I thought Anwar was no longer relevant, he’s a sodomite, liar, etc…so why this hysteria to make sure he or his supporters do not pass through the gate? Man, Abdullah is simply giving him too much credit and this in turn, gives PKR another excuse to shout “oppression, no democracy, no justice”!

Already Anwar is calling this “slanderous and abuse of the legal process”.

What are the 4th floor boys doing, giving Abdullah all the wrong kind of advice? If the PM says he is going to be in office until 2010, why this sudden fury and fear?

Everyone’s got the right to witness the debate, if ever there was one? Parliament is the people’s house, we put those MPs there remember?

Oh, I forgot, it’s merely a cowshed, with lots of cowards around. Why bother having a Parliament anyway? A bloody waste of public funds!

Sources: Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysiakini.

161 responses »

  1. rozlan says:

    sure la..as long we choose BN such inciddent will always happen…BN dont change…We are the one who should change them

  2. flyer168 says:

    Dear Susan,

    Today Monday 14th July 2008 will be remembered as a BLACK & SAD day in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the poor Downtrodden citizens wanting to get to work, business appointments, University, college, school, etc on time to make ends meet for their families.

    The “Paranoia” of the Powers-that-be to have Road Blocks all over K.L to the Parliament House has now resulted in the “Mother” of all traffic jams & chaos in & around K.L on a Monday morning since 7.00 am.

    With all their their Political intimidations to their opponents which have affected the Downtrodden citizens since the last 4 years, this is yet another intimidation exercise to provoke “CHAOS”.

    Everyone is squeezing everyone’s “Orbs” & there are 2 or 3 factions doing their own thing for their own gains….anarchy in the Party !

    G. W. F. Hegel quotes :
    “What experience and history teach is this – that people and governments never have learned anything from history, or acted on principles deduced from it.”

    Alex Haley quotes :
    “Unless we learn from history, we are destined to repeat it. This is no longer merely an academic exercise, but may contain our worlds fate and our destiny.”

    It is the typical “CHAOS” theory application…

    Provoke Chaos, NOC could “kick in”.

    The NOC could kick in…..
    PM-to-be may see his dreams come true…by default!
    History could repeat itself…..

    On the otherhand you know who… & his … floor boys could do the dirty to remove PM-to-be & take over NOC & appoint Himself or his nominee as PM!

    Who knows….with DIVINE intervention…BN could collapse with all its skeletons bursting out from its “Pandora’s Wardrobe” !

    Possible scenario…Malaysia could have its first Woman PM to do this nation & its Downtrodden rayaat proud…! No???

    Meanwhile Malaysians can either :

    Dream on….
    Migrate down South…..???
    Continue Cursing with no positive alternative action taken….
    Continue suffering….
    Stand for your Rights as a God fearing, Law abiding, Tax paying, Peace living Citizen….
    My advise – Reposition yourselves (your work, your profession, your finances, your properties, etc.) & family, fasten your seatbelts tight…to safely ride the Political Tsunami & Financial Tsunami coming soon, etc.

    We are All in this …..ship together !

    May God continue to Bless & Protect the Innocent Malaysian citizens from the Evil Traitors !

  3. imwatchingu says:

    They can’t win over the people by reasoning so now they are resorting to intimidation and fear. What other reasons do we need to boot this repressive government out of the door?

  4. new nation says:

    The govt is desperate.
    sodomy now unreal protests just to give the Opposition a bad image.
    With such inconveniences to the public, they think the public will fault the Opp.
    What next set off C-4s and claim Opp. extremist activity n institute State of Emergency.

  5. imwatchingu says:

    Incidently Susan, your new format is great. Easy to read with the bigger font and white background and the sub headings on the right. Keep blogging sis.

  6. Kherry Scarry says:

    The present Govt has no confidence !!! Why so scared of Rakyat ?

    Why putting road blocks everywhere from Perlis untill Johor ??? Imagine the hassle of travelling !! Worse still manned by “Rela” in jeans, are these real policemen or outsourcing ?

    This is absolutely stupid !!! Vehicles burning more petrol each time they stop and move. This is Bodohwee’s idea of savings ???

  7. wits0 says:

    Watch The Malaysian Insider in Spin Mode over SAPP, Stock and Sodomy….yuck!

    Maybe the dud Star’s WCW could come up a spin meister’s masterpiece good enough to win him a Tan Silly award on this happening.

  8. Pengundi Senyap says:

    Dear all.
    Malaysian is goverment by BN a republic fear orginezed by Police.
    UMNO goon has their days collapsed……..

  9. Diva Chin says:

    And he said…..” investors are lining up to Invest in BolehLand”
    …30% into bolehland before elsewhere or else!……bloody Joke!

  10. eeyaw says:

    By preventing Malaysians from attending might as well shut down Parliament for good and go the way of Myanmar & declare yourself a Dictator. These scumbags forgot that Malaysia is Parliamentary Democracy!
    Memang Goblok punya Kerajaan!

  11. Thurai says:

    Relax, Susan! Its a beautiful Monday morning. Appreciate the beauty around you!🙂

  12. kittykat46 says:

    Quote from “V” – People should not be afraid of their governments.
    Governments should be afraid of their people.

    Even though the prospect of the BN government falling has been dismissed in public, in private there is a palpable worry in BN circles that this just might be for real.

  13. mugabe says:

    UMNO will prevent at all cost, including using the whole force of the Police, RELA, and Army for Pakatan Raayat to take over the reins of Government.

    UMNO are telling the ordinary Malay kampung folks that Pakatan Raayat is a Non-Malay Majority coalition.

    UMNO says that they are talking to PAS to prevent a Non-Malay Government from taking over the country.

    So, why not , they find ways to ARREST Anwar Ibrahim to prevent him from leading a Multi-Racial Coalition of the Islamist PAS, Liberal PKR and Socialist DAP.

    UMNO believes that itself to be the best Coalition of Malay Supremacy {Ketuanan Melayu] UMNO, Capitalist MCA, Stay where you are MIC, and a Liberal-Socialist Gerakan.

    The Malays SHOULD remain Feudal Serfs and Slaves of the Feudal UMNO Lords while the Chinese shall be the hardworking Contractors and the Indians shall be the lawyers writing all the Contracts to be shared DISPROPORTIONATELY amongst them.

    Long Live Zimbabwe Timur aka Malaysia !

  14. budak baru says:

    hidup pakatan rakyat 3x

  15. suara dari langgit says:

    This Mr. Clean is macam setan masquerading as bersih.

    Yes! Bersihkan the parliament from all the syaitans.

    Pergi-lah syaitans x 1,000,000,000 times.

    Yes! If semua the rakyat-rakyat hari hari from morning to night chanting pergi-lah syaitans non-stop (loud and dalam hati), Malaysia will very soon one day rid of all the evil syaitans in Malaysia.

    Semua suara bila tambah together, the evil syaitans will soon tak tahan and will leave Malaysia voluntarily or manpus if they continue tiggal di-tanah Malaysia..

  16. bamboo river says:

    Roadblocks started since Staurday and the chaos created will definitely put the blame on political parties. No need to guess which party ler.
    If this is the only reason to create roadblocks, kudos to PDRM. We are now the most well protected traffic jams in the world.
    But, Parliament is in danger of being seiged? LOL. With leaking roof and being used as slaughter house of the animal sacred to a religion. The only thing we want to seige now is our rights that was being taken away by a certain political party with their lap dog component parties.

  17. MalaysiaScrewedUP says:

    :-< Malaysia is really screwed up !! What else to says ?

  18. Billy says:

    If the 2 SAPP MPs proceed to support the Opposition’s no confidence motion, cracks will start to open in the BN’s wall and it is a matter of time before the whole dam burst open and the water burst forward with such ferocity that nothing in UMNO’s arsenal is going to save the day. For 50 years nothing of this nature has ever happened and it has to happen during AAB’s administration. It is really really shameful, and this is no lie.

  19. alrawa says:

    Here’s a “BUNG” to the government – paak!

  20. caravanserai says:

    Now the police
    Using court processes to thwart
    Perceived demonstrations
    Is this how it works now?

    Anwar and supporters
    No way to demonstrate today
    Calling for ‘no confidence vote’
    The speaker hasn’t responded

    Let democracy works
    In the August House
    The rights of MPs must be given
    They are the peoples’ representatives
    They have every right to table it

    The stagflation is looming
    In-fighting of political leaders
    Managing the affairs of the country
    It is a day dreaming……………
    They are involved of the power struggles
    All about 3Ps – Power, Project and Prosperity

    The Rakyat know
    The inner secrets
    Milking the golden cow
    Don’t share it with the people
    Give them some crumbs

    Giving statements
    No link to economic growth
    Inflation will hit 7%
    And the goons keeping fighting
    Amongst themselves for wealth
    Of power and greed
    Leaving the Rakyat
    Weary and burning regret

  21. budak baru says:

    change the federal govt immediately.

  22. JAMES LOW says:

    Our august house is again under seige,where security cannot be easily breached. This is to ensure the powerful continues to make themselves rich, the Rakyat has no choice but to wait for GE 13 to deal with this BN bitch.

  23. piddypot says:

    Let them continue to act stupid!! In fact they are just too stupid to realize the people are just unhappy with the ways they manage the country! And hence desperately need to change the government – period!

  24. JeyS says:

    Just came out a horrible jam and was late to work!

    Well…i just hope the debate goes on and hope that BN doesn’t underhand it as they keep doing for the rest of things.

    Anwar and PKR crys foul on the alleged Rally Organization. Hmmm… (thats what i heard over the radio news)

    Why BN sooooo scared? And what a hogwash is the latest nab of the DG and his goons on the Imm Dept?? You think we will praise the ACA for that? Shhssh they (gov) really taking us for fools!!!! ???????

    What a monday in the LALA-LAND

  25. wanderer says:

    Mr Prime Minister Rudd of Australia, witness Malaysian style DEMOCRACY in action. I am an Australian, I am ashamed of your statement!

  26. Kherry Scarry says:

    I still cannot stand the so called proud RELA members and some with the “Police” flouresant jackets and wearing jeans that manning the road blocks without noticing the long queues while the actual P-men sitting under the shade chatting !!

    Tak boleh Tahan !!! Go catch the Rempits and snatch thief lah instead !!

  27. kwai lan says:

    are we willing to put up with this gomen for another 2 yrs ?

    road blocks..all over…
    now with petrol prices skyrocketting…
    just imagine how much $$$ went up in smokes…

    give more rebates la…for causing all these avoidable jams….

    bodoh betul !

  28. kittykat46 says:

    Ah, Susan, I like your blog’s new Theme !
    Its clear, the fonts are very readable, and pleasant colours.

  29. mugabe says:

    Ms Sloone,

    Know all, that under the System of Constitutional Democracy, Parliament belongs to the Agong .

    It is his Legislature, ie. an Entity Incorparated under the Federal Constitution with a Bicameral Bodies viz. an Elected Dewan Raayat and Appointed Dewan Negara.

    For all intent and purposes, it is the Dewan Raayat that is paramount and makes the necesary Laws of this Country that can only be challgenged in the Federal Court as to their being Constitutional.

    The Agong DID NOT appoint Nazri Aziz to be the “Head of Parliament”. the Agong’s Representative who sits on His Behalf is the Speaker of the House !!!!

    Nazri who says, he is managing and controlling Parliament is OUTRAGEOUS and not in consonant with the spirit and reality of Parliamentary Government.

    If he says, there is a an Act of Parliament that appoints him, that Act is UNCONSTITUTIONAL …. regardless what Shad Faruqi or Aziz Bari says !

    It was a Grave Mistake by those running Parliament to have made that kind of appointment …..

    It is always the Speaker who sits on behalf of the Agong and the Cleark of Parliament who runs the administrative functions …..

    Otherwise, we are having an Assembly of Monkeys as opposed to the Conference of the Birds, have your pick.

    [mind you the crow do make plenty of empty noises !!1]

    Long Live Zimbabwe Timur !

  30. thinkvision says:

    The people whom we elected to lead our country are now suffering from mental disorder characterized by delusions and paranoia. One is afraid of Anwar’s shadow (5km radius?) and the other is afraid of a certain Mongolian’s shadow. I hope they are not afraid of their own shadows any time soon, otherwise we will have to live in the dark (dark ages) until the next general election.

  31. BobbyNZ says:

    The opposition may be treated with an “element of surprise”! The climax of the Anwar saga!

  32. matt says:

    Lets wait and see what happens at 2pm when DSAI goes for questioning don’t be surprised if total lockdown of KL.

  33. LeeZ says:

    For the first time ever, there was a police roadblock near where I live, during RUSH HOUR!!!! (for no reasons whatsoever!!!) Geesszzz!!!

    Hidup PR!!!!

  34. BobbyNZ says:

    Yes. 2pm. Climaxic end of Anwar’s delusion? Wait and see folks.

  35. hutchrun says:

    Johari Ismail, who lodged a police report against the Prime Minister during the Umno General Assembly last year (here), will lodge a police report at Jalan Dang Wangi police station at 11 am today on what he described to me as “serious and widespread breach of IT security at Bukit Aman” by Singaporean and Israeli elements. Johari says he has “all the evidence” to support his claim.

    http://rockybru.blogspot.com/2008/07/umno-member-lodges-police-report.html

  36. a john says:

    Me thinks all this roadblocks are in place, to prevent rallies; when they decide to detain AI when he reports at 2pm to day; and AI sure knows this !

  37. hahaha says:

    This is what we called, ‘Wasted Resources’ at the expense of tax payers.
    Pergi lah, arrest a few more criminals you will be more appreciated. Roadblocks
    for no blooming good reasons, tickle my ass!

  38. hutchrun says:

    Mahathireconomics followed by Badawiecons:

    MV Augusta sold for 1 euro; Harley buys it for US$109m
    http://anilnetto.com/accountability/proton-sold-mv-augusta-for-1-euro-harley-buys-it-for-us109m/

  39. LimDokSa says:

    AAB promise to curb corruption and strengthen the judiciary before handing power to Najib by mid-2010. He made a similar promise when he took over as PM from Mahathir. He’s now carrying out the promise – starting with the major clean-up of the Immigartion dept.

    Is this for real or after awhile, he will doze off again?

  40. crash says:

    no matter who you are and what you do and how influencial you can be. you can’t match the government. People power is no longer relevant. the most people can do is talk and talk and complaint and complaint. end of the day.. we will just sit back and hold our mouth. V for Vendeta is a movie. even something like this happen, it will definately not in Malaysia.

    how sad!

  41. JeyS says:

    Sure doze off again, what do you think? Memory relapse..thats his style mah.

    By the way, we are being terrorized by the police here??

    Have you seen the faces of ‘our elite – dumb’ force? They look at you like going to makan you wan.

    We are breeding t****rist!!!!

  42. yandebudena says:

    ANY BODY HOW THE PARLIMENT GOING TODAY? DEWAN SPEAKER GOT APPROVE THE MOTION??? malaysiakini no update o……

  43. peace brother says:

    Today we are back to stone age,No thanks to the responsible one!

  44. Mirage says:

    Anonymous said:-

    The Malaysian Police and the Malaysian Army are the tools of the Loser BN Government who are afraid of their own shadows and they are clinging to Power by the Lies and Deceits they are spinning on the non-existent Oil Subsidies in the MSM which is fully under their sole control. Also they use the Police to siege the Parliament as if it is under attack by Demonstrators which are non-existent in the first place, this shows how desperate the cowardice Loser BN Government intended to cling to power even if the Oppositions manage to topple them by successfully making the no-confidence voting motion against the incompetent sleepy PeeM who has had badly mis-managed the resources of the country for the last four years and the Wealth of the Nation will be decimated in no time if he is not removed from Power immediately.

  45. Ann says:

    To BobbyNz and Ayoyosamy ( sickos ),

    Sorry to dissapoint you guys, DSAI will not be able to go to the police station today as adviced by his lawyers…

    Bakri Zinin, better luck next time, you are so full of sh.t
    another Musa Hassan in the making…sheesh.

  46. david chan says:

    dear everyone,
    Here we come again, no result at all with all this…, why can’t everyone just wait for the next general election,etc and leave it to the present goverment to deliver their promise during this 5 years and opposition concentrate to develop all this 5 states which are under them..,
    All this strike, vote of no-confidence, politic, maybe party member cross-over, everything does not bring us anywhere, at last the “rakyat” suffer…..,
    Every party should concentrate to develop the economy and solving the current problem through negotiation.
    thank you ….,

  47. CJFOO says:

    Today, no-confidence motion against the government and DSAI is being summoned to give police statement AT THE SAMETIME.

    COINCIDENCE?

    The whole country is underseiged with road blocks on all north bound traffics. Massive jam everywhere. The BN government must be panting now.

  48. kittykat46 says:

    “Bakri Zinin……another Musa Hassan in the making…”

    That’s my reading, too…..Bakri Zinin is gunning for future IGP…being quite aware of Musa Hassan’s career path…

  49. fergie says:

    Long live DEMOCRACY!!!

  50. PHUA KL says:

    This is a sign of weakness rather than a sign of strength.

    A government that fears its own people!

  51. songchin says:

    Next, Will they declare curfew within 5 km of parliamen, and suspend all parliament session til further notice??
    Police are real nuts, causing unnecessary jams all over!.
    INSULTS TO ALL RAKYAT !!
    Can police ask potential robbers to stay away 5 km, from banks, gold shops, etc, or would be rapists stay away 50 metres from all females

  52. elviza says:

    Susan,

    They started to block off the area since Sunday evening. The traffic around the city was horrendous this morning. This is really uncalled for especially for the lowly rakyat like me. Sadly, it s not their problem whether or not I get to the city on time.

    I am just wasting my breath here. Huh.

  53. crash says:

    no confident motion rejected. reason “wrong choice of word”.

    EXPECTED!

  54. ktteokt says:

    Crash, this is but a “shock treatment” for the rakyat to make believe that AAB will keep his promises and re-promises! Sit around and it will die down soon!

  55. Jbao says:

    Bohdowi has no confidence that all his BN MPs will back him up. That’s why he had to pressure the speaker to reject it. Kalau BERANI – put it to vote-lah. Apa takut? Henceforth he shall be known as Takdahbola Bohdowi. HArga naik dan Stupidity Index saja. Apa turun? Maruah and public confidence. Apa Guna Kerajaan ini? Podah!

    “wrong choice of word”? more like “wrong govt in Parliament”.

  56. steve says:

    Siege is spelt like this..not seige..thought you should know..typo error..ok!

  57. ycg says:

    i think the companies in KL…say starting with the MNCs should start firing the government cos they cause the employees to come in late. They should complain loss of billions and billions of RM due to jams and what not.

  58. BobbyNZ says:

    Anwar’s words cannot pakai again! Suppose to go police station at 2pm . Excuse, excuse and excuse. Why? Takut arrested kah? Test of whether he is innocent right?

  59. Eric says:

    This bad gov never stop using the country’s resources for its own agenda, trying to fool the rakyat continuously.
    I doubt our country will be freed from BN gov any soon. It has law under them, ISA, police, court, media, etc….
    I agree with Crash – people’s power is no longer relevant. I can imagine BN’s mind – who cares if people hate us….we are rich and will be richer!

  60. NZGayman says:

    BobbyNZ,
    Still having trouble getting over the Super-Orgasm Anwar gave you in 1998, ah ?
    10 years ago, lah…high time you found “lubang”

  61. Eric says:

    Hi BobbyNZ,

    The police efficiency is very low today and when it comes to politics, it’s worst…
    We cannot blame anyone from non-BN for avoiding police….even if you are innocent, you will be guilty but if you are BN people, you always innocent.

  62. Jsss says:

    The stupied goment should declare public holiday today instead of putting roadblocks everywhere. Does the bodowi knows how much petrol and time we had wasted. What a poor…oor…oor PM. Do we need him……………. ohsh!!!!!!!!

  63. gooeyglobs says:

    It is correct for DSAI not to go to police HQ over the sodomy allegation. Check if it is within 5 km radium from the Parliament House. Remember, the court order had been issued!
    The government fears the rakyat yet trying to hookwink us by all sorts of gimmicks. The rakyat knows too well what is going on with the government. We will wait and see what is coming next.

  64. crash says:

    day and day passed, demo and more demo done, hundreds of ceramah done, this and that and what? everything still back to square one. NOTHING! everyday we are filled with hopes and more hopes something unexpected will happen. If any of you realised, we keep getting question over question everyday single day, but till today….. none of the drama’s gives us any answer, you siasat I, i siasat you.. i sue you, you sue me. So far nothing is revealed, simply NOTHING IS GOING TO HAPPEN. This is s sickening. i check every single main web media every single hours for an update, expecting something worth a smile. At 4th July 2:51pm 2008…. i’m still not smiling.

  65. JeyS says:

    Are we that doomed?? I wonder.

    So no latest update susan?

    By the way, I really like the new look. Very refreshing. (not like our stale politics ah)

  66. Eric says:

    Crash,

    To hv any hope for a smile, we need to change the mind of voters in Sabah and Sarawak. If they continue to vote BN, we have no hope. BN relies heavily on them to win this recent GE.

  67. Eric says:

    BN may just rely on them again to win the next GE.

  68. wits0 says:

    After the standing ovation of “Sieg Heil” for Bad awi’s succession plan comes the siege of KL. Some “victory:, it is, for the people!

  69. Ultraman says:

    IT IS TRUE THEN, BN MPs will JUMP!!!

    This only reflects that the BN has no-confident with its own MPs, therefore, to put such a tight lid on Parliament also means that if & when they jump, the world will never know…. Parliament will be shut down.

    BN & gomen are scared shit of the eventuality!!! Police everywhere is on stand-by for post shut-down emergency rule, not preventive measure.

  70. The august house is now either a fortress or a self-made prison
    To be made so very secured based on possible ‘fear of treason’
    With ‘apologies’ to all those out on the road in this driving season
    When decisions based on phobias are well beyond any rational reason

    (C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng – 140708
    http://MotivationInMotion.blogspot.com
    Mon. 14th July 2008.

  71. Drachen says:

    Dr M is known to be vindictive. AAB is supposed to be Mr Nice Guy. Causing traffic jams all over KL is not very nice. Don’t be a sore loser. Don’t kacau the rakyat to make a stupid point. I have nothing against AAB. But I’m beginning to wonder if he knows how his actions are affecting the rakyat.

  72. Don says:

    Dont see the BN surviving the next election. Anwar Ibrahim will see us through this difficult episode.

  73. JeyS says:

    Sorry to digress…but can anyone tell what happen to Lingam’s case?????

    Did it die a ‘untimely death’ or was it c-4ed?????

    You know how our so be-loved hated gomen try to smoke screen everything…so this whole ‘rumour’ bla bla is also their own ‘active’ imagination la and you all think that MM is a snake, AAB is also one! Well MM is python AAB is…………?????

  74. TheWrathOfGrapes says:

    /// BobbyNZ (09:48:08) :
    Climaxic end of Anwar’s delusion ///

    BoobyNZ – you mean anti-climaxic delusion of Anwar’s end?

  75. amoker says:

    Rubbish reason. Syed Hamid need to resign. Lost Batu Putih and lost his perspective here.

  76. PAR MAN says:

    The police/askar/rela and all other BN creeps are no where if we RAKYAT stay united at all cost. People’s Power must walk tall n mighty. We RAKYAT hire them to serve us n we have all the rights to fire their ass if they dont do so. Therefore, lets joint together as Rakyat Malaysia with one common goal, ie: Send this BN flip flop admin. to the edge of the world.(Next to Hell)

    Please think of change for better Malaysia.
    LOVE ALL SERVE ALL.
    LONG LIVE – DSAI OUR Prime Minister in waiting.

  77. RAVINDRAN KUNJAN says:

    Dear Malaysians,

    Let’s all taking it upon ourselves to do TWO(2) significant act of courage and responsibility:

    1). BOYCOTT all BN functions; MSMs, products, etc. ie Self imposed anctions on BN/UMNO;

    2). Carry out a REFERENDUM to that the RAKYAT does not want BN as government with immediate effect; bloggers can do this. Publish it. Have a signature campaign – in KL, other states ( just mention the place ie PKR office) rakyat can go, just like polling day, to cast their vote of no confidence against BN, the irrelevant coalition of destruction of democracy.

    God Bless DSAI; PKR; Bloggers & Rakyat.

    Regards,

    Ravindran Kunjan

  78. JeyS says:

    What good would that do Ravi??

    I agree we can boycott the MSM (for sure tomorrow’s papers will be so distorted that you wanna puke all over it) but referendum???

    AAB is very very very arrogant la and maybe the 4th floor guys have something to do with all whats happening today but you and all of us are seating duck for this time.

    GOD BLESS MALAYSIA!!!!!

  79. Dollah Love Najib says:

    What because of one man, Hamid Bubar got panic and cause major traffic jam ??

    Another test again, all airplanes grounded !!!

    Dollah Goverment really scared this time.

  80. Feroz Merican says:

    Hi Susan!
    I couldn’t find your blog, I thought perhaps they’d finally gotten rid of you..
    good to see you’re still around. Pak Lah is at the end of his tether, it is the action of a man who is so desperate he has no choice but to shame himself even further. Let him do it! Let him dig a bigger hole for himself, give the guy some rope, understand? Last call for Badawi. He can keep Parliament for a few months. We have been waiting for years, and when we get in, we’ll never leave.

  81. BobbyNZ says:

    NZGayman,

    Found a “Lubang”? Yes of course! Heard the story of a boy who stuck his finger in the lubang of a dyke? He saved the country of Holland from flooding. Likewise I am working on Anwar’s “lubang” and it will sure burst!! haha. Time for check mate!

    Justice will be finally served on the worst Traitor the nation ever produced. Oh yes, the Clinton’s lost the presidential race. Hear this conversation between Anwar and Al Gore; Anwar: “So Mr Gore, what shall I do?” Gore: “Dont worry, when I become President, I will come to your rescue” Anwar: “Wah, when is that?” Gore: “20 years time after you serve your sentence”

    Goodnite guys! Sweet dreams!

    BobbyNZ

  82. chand says:

    dumb joke. plenty sheep in new zealand.

  83. Joe says:

    By rejecting the no confidence motion proposed by theOpposition Alliance, Speaker Pandikar has reduced the status of Parliament to a mere rubber stamp institution. His excuse is that he doesn’t want to be seen by the whole world as “stupid”, whatever that means. So, what else is new? A no confidence motion can be introduced any number of times.

    Why fear it? The fact that the motion has been rejected shows that there is genuine concern that it will be carried.

  84. Joe says:

    The rejection this time is not of course Badawi’sdoing. In fact, he does not have to do anything. Thereare people around him who fear losing their positionsshould the Prime Minister be voted out. So, they are willing to go to any lengths to see that their man remains in the job.

    This can be seen in the way theIGP even turned the 5 kilometre area around Parliament House into a war zone. A court order was also obtained. Why did the courts,seeking to regain the credibility and the trust and confidence of the people, issue such an order? There were no grounds for it.

    And if the grounds cited turned out to be trumped up, as is the case, the court must take a serious view of the earlier request by the police and take a dim view of any future such request.

  85. BobbyNZ says:

    Joe,

    The whole world especially Australia, views the Opposition as poor losers! US admin too busy with their financial crises! CIA too broke to bribe MPs to switch camp for their “puppet”. Move on.

  86. Ann says:

    Wonder what had happened to Nurin Jazlin and Sharlinie cases?
    If PDRM were as quick as to act like what they are doing to DSAI
    then these poor girls would have been alive today…

  87. Joe says:

    This Scribe believes that the BN/Umno regime is in desperation mode not just because of Datuk Seri Anwar or Pakatan Rakyat but more for what the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) leader said at the Kelana Jaya Stadium, asking workers to bring down the BN/Umno regime.
    http://margeemar.blogspot.com/2008/07/real-reason-for-roadblocks-in-kl.html

  88. Joe says:

    This Scribe believes that the BN/Umno regime is in desperation mode not just because of Datuk Seri Anwar or Pakatan Rakyat but more for what the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) leader said at the Kelana Jaya Stadium, asking workers to bring down the BN/Umno regime. margeemar.blogspot.com/2008/07/real-reason-for-roadblocks-in-kl.html

  89. wits0 says:

    The news of Malaysian police closing down of Parliament is all over the Internet and the world.

    The Parliamentary Speaker is not there to speak sense or decide with fairness. This has been locally demonstrated but covered up by the MSM for ages but now is splashed openly across the Internet and Blogosphere.

  90. Kevin Paquet says:

    Hello,

    Blogghopping!

    I’m Kevin Paquet from Pinoy Teens Online pinoyteens.net
    Care to link exchange with that blog of mine?^^,)

  91. Joe says:

    Most Malaysians woke up today oblivious to the fact. But today, Monday July 14, 2008 marks yet another milestone in the history of Bolehland. To be a little dramatic about it today is perhaps the day Democracy Died in Malaysia. Again! Why?

    It’s is now illegal for us to go to Parliament House.

    And we thought it was a government of the people by the people for the people. Hahahahahahaha….okay, okay so we haven’t thought that for some time already la. Sorry.

    http://niamah.blogspot.com/2008/07/day-music-died.html

  92. doggone says:

    This House Speaker P.Amin just ain’t worth his salt. Someone in his position should have allowed the motion along and just debate the issue. It’s not like the PM would have to vacate his seat tomorrow. Are those in the BN camp so unworthy to confront such an issue for just an hour?

    By the way, how much money did we lose today on barbed-wires alone, not to mention fuels unnecessarily burn up due to the massive jams? Tui, badawized again.

  93. Ann says:

    PDRM is appeasing its master. The puppet for the current
    regime and move speedily when directed to intimidate
    people and exhibit the culture of fear.

    People would not be fooled all the time…

  94. wits0 says:

    Joe, not sure if Monday July 14, 2008 is the day Democracy Died in Malaysia. It actually happened way back.

    What’s obvious is that it’s the day Niamah fu lat happens and many eyes really open to the fact!

  95. BobbyNZ says:

    Monday July 14, 2008 is the day the Opposition proves they are Poor Losers of the very institution they claim to uphold ie “Democracy”. The Aussie Premier, Kevin Rudd, purposely came to Malaysia to affirm “active democracy” because he knew the CROOKS behind Anwar.

  96. R2D2 says:

    KEVIN Rudd has suffered double-digit falls in his popularity among higher-income earners, full-time workers and people aged 35-49 years as the superstar ratings of earlier in the year returned to more mortal levels in recent weeks, The Australian reports.

  97. wits0 says:

    The German battleship Bismarck became doom from the moment it it lost its rudder control. Kevin is Rudd-erless.

  98. Ann says:

    R2D2,

    Kevin Rudd IQ = Dolah Badawi.

  99. kittykat46 says:

    Hmm…lets see…if there’s a court order barring Anwar from coming within 5 km of Parliament House, that precludes him from attending the interview at KL police HQ today. On a straight line, its definitely less than 5 km from Parliament House.

    So Anwar is deliberately daring them to come and arrest him – the case would be thrown out of court in about 5 minutes. And he gets to milk all the publicity…clever one, ahh…

    There’s a principle of double jeopardy – you cannot penalise a person for not complying with a legal order, if in doing so, he would be commiting another offense.
    That’s a basic protection built into common law to prevent an ordinary citizen from being caught in a die-die situation.

  100. R2D2 says:

    It is better if Anwar arrested. Then Najib pictures with altantunya will come out faster.

  101. ah Long says:

    What lah you all complain about nothing. Parliament closed off, so what. The fourth floor is still open lah. Or have you all forgotten from where this country is run???

  102. La international says:

    Police threaten arrest of Malaysian opposition leader
    Buenos Aires News.Net
    http://www.buenosairesnews.net/story/382041

  103. La international says:

    Anwar berkata, perintah melarangnya dan ahli Pakatan Rakyat berkumpul di kawasan Parlimen hari ini yang dikeluarkan oleh Majistret Tuan Nazran bin Mohd Sham telah tidak diserahkan ke padanya tetapi hanya ditampal di luar rumahnya kelmarin dan salinan notis tersebut telah ditampal di tempat awam termasuk perhentian bas, stesen komuter, stesen LRT serta laluan tumpuan orang ramai.

    Apakah motif sebenar BN bertindak sedemikian? Besar kemungkinan BN bertujuan mahu mewujudkan suasana tegang dalam Negara dengan tujuan untuk menangkap Anwar. Sewaktu kejadian tangkapan Anwar dulu, suasana tegang wujud telah memberikan alasan kepada kerajaan untuk merempuh kediaman Anwar dan memberkasnya.Adakah episode seumpama itu ingin diulangi lagi kali ini?

    detikdaily.net

  104. La international says:

    Back to rumour mongering. And that is exactly what Botak was doing. Using road-blocks to tell the populace that there may be trouble. He started a rumour. In times of emergency, like the May 13 riots we were bombarded with warnings that we could be arrested for rumour mongering. Rumour mongering can cause panic and it caused panic buying on Sunday. However, the road blocks did not scare the rakyat…..they still came out on the roads…..they braved the inconvenience to show Botak and his boys that they cannot be intimidated so easily….especially by manufactured rumours about the opposition.

    And I heard that the massive jams continued this morning….burning up more expensive gas, kids were late for school and Malaysians reported late for work because a paranoid Home Minister had some visions since Friday.

    http://zorro-zorro-unmasked.blogspot.com/2008/07/damn-you-again-botak-you-rumour-monger.html

  105. UMNODU says:

    Hie Susan,

    Like the new look:)

    Well, yes, the jams were a big trouble for most of us yea. But I guess some of the readers here weren’t notified of the planned demo, or was the planned demo just another distraction?

    It’s getting so convoluted and confusing. I think we both can agree on this.

    But could it also be PR’s strategy to bolster support?

    Well, if you’re willing to read in Bahasa, just drop by http://www.suaradu.com

    UMNO D.U

  106. anarky says:

    Stoopid NAZI.

    USE ARMY & POLICE too often will enable the perfect COUP DE TETE.

    looks like we are heading for military rule soon.

  107. foomieko says:

    roadblocks are the tools to create “the ill feelings for DSAI & Pakatan.
    When ppl “bengang” with roadblocks, they will start to “bengang” with DSAI & Pakatan. Doesn’t need an Oxford to think about this….

  108. Menyalak-er says:

    No complaints…
    Everything as expected from this ‘bab’ of wayang kulit.
    Many new ‘babs’ coming soon, expect the unexpected because of constant script revisions.
    End of season plot supposed to go like this:
    “BeEnd rear-ended, federalism-by-feudalism becomes extinct in the annals of history, racism survives but becomes a redundant prepuce, C4 banned from “official shredder” status and Malaysia renamed Never-Never (as opposed to Boleh-Boleh) Land (pajak&gadai) ruled by Michael Jackson and Britney Spears.”
    Maybe “Sivaji the Boss”, who knows?
    Any suggestions how it ends?
    Remember this is a serious “reality sickcom”!
    Proton Lemon/Perpajak Steal/Syabu Highway Bhd as prizes.

  109. roy selvan says:

    Proverbs 26

    1 Like snow in summer or rain in harvest,
    honor is not fitting for a fool.

    2 Like a fluttering sparrow or a darting swallow,
    an undeserved curse does not come to rest.

    3 A whip for the horse, a halter for the donkey,
    and a rod for the backs of fools!

    4 Do not answer a fool according to his folly,
    or you will be like him yourself.

    5 Answer a fool according to his folly,
    or he will be wise in his own eyes.

    6 Like cutting off one’s feet or drinking violence
    is the sending of a message by the hand of a fool.

    7 Like a lame man’s legs that hang limp
    is a proverb in the mouth of a fool.

    8 Like tying a stone in a sling
    is the giving of honor to a fool.

    9 Like a thornbush in a drunkard’s hand
    is a proverb in the mouth of a fool.

    10 Like an archer who wounds at random
    is he who hires a fool or any passer-by.

    11 As a dog returns to its vomit,
    so a fool repeats his folly.

    12 Do you see a man wise in his own eyes?
    There is more hope for a fool than for him.

    13 The sluggard says, “There is a lion in the road,
    a fierce lion roaming the streets!”

    14 As a door turns on its hinges,
    so a sluggard turns on his bed.

    15 The sluggard buries his hand in the dish;
    he is too lazy to bring it back to his mouth.

    16 The sluggard is wiser in his own eyes
    than seven men who answer discreetly.

    17 Like one who seizes a dog by the ears
    is a passer-by who meddles in a quarrel not his own.

    18 Like a madman shooting
    firebrands or deadly arrows

    19 is a man who deceives his neighbor
    and says, “I was only joking!”

    20 Without wood a fire goes out;
    without gossip a quarrel dies down.

    21 As charcoal to embers and as wood to fire,
    so is a quarrelsome man for kindling strife.

    22 The words of a gossip are like choice morsels;
    they go down to a man’s inmost parts.

    23 Like a coating of glaze [a] over earthenware
    are fervent lips with an evil heart.

    24 A malicious man disguises himself with his lips,
    but in his heart he harbors deceit.

    25 Though his speech is charming, do not believe him,
    for seven abominations fill his heart.

    26 His malice may be concealed by deception,
    but his wickedness will be exposed in the assembly.

    27 If a man digs a pit, he will fall into it;
    if a man rolls a stone, it will roll back on him.

    28 A lying tongue hates those it hurts,
    and a flattering mouth works ruin.

  110. DPM vs Ex-DPM through the rakyat’s lens

    The Deputy Prime Minister has finally spoken with regards to the the various moves coming from the corner of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

    The DPM’s has sworn on the Holy Book and in the Name of The Almighty. He has no link to the late Alyantunya’s brutal, gruesome and merciless murder not even witnessed in Nazi camps of yester-years.

    Now, Datuk Serif Anwar Ibrahim cannot play dead. The ball is in his court. After all that he or his associates have alleged, his silence or non-rebuttal will conclusively show that the DPM was indeed not a party to the heinous crime of the century never seen in any country in the world.

    Meanwhile, now that the DPM has done what many a sinner would not dare do, what is Datuk Seri Najib going to do next as the problem is now even more compounded?

    If your opponent has sinned against you and in the process also misled the entire nation, are you just going to dismiss the entire episode like a sympathetic saint with loads of forgiveness or are you going to sue his butt off in the revered court of justice?

    Meanwhile who within the corridors of power will rise to take the full brunt of accountability for the following mysteries that has conveniently escaped the eyes and ears of many in power:

    Firstly, how can entry-egress records just disappear from the immigration records? Is this inquiry not a top priority for the administrators of the government and the department in question? Surely this investigation and haul-up can move independently from the current court battle.

    Secondly, who should take the rap for allowing the removal and use of a strictly guarded explosive? Should the authorities independently expedite the investigation of how such C4 material can be removed and used without permission? Is this not significant at least for the head of department?

    Thirdly, we all know that those person / people (or whoever it may be) involved in carrying out that senseless act of blowing up a woman to bits and pieces are obviously highly trained individuals. And as we understand these uniformed individual/s is/are also regimented and conditioned to only take orders. So who gave the order to act?

    So the DPM’s recent act of absolving himself is not the most important issue here. The rakyat want to know how the heinous act was allowed vis-a-vis the three issues highlighted above.

    And as long as heads do not roll with hasten speed now, any remark, swearing or proclamation is not going to change public opinion.

    Hope this letter draws the attention of both the gentlemen – Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

    J. D. Lovrenciear

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  112. Mer Pints says:

    The police and the military, the unpopular politicians tools to save their skin…

  113. tamade says:

    If Pak Lah wants to gain back his reputation and let BN’s glory return, he has to implement IPCMC asap and sack Nazri, Syed Hamid plus some Police top brass. Their intelligence unit is mal-functioning and thus causing such a big blunder.

    If not, just wait and see how the Rakyat going to react in the coming GE.

  114. Menyalak-er says:

    Hey roy selvan, tq again for Proverbs.
    Perhaps another quote from Isaiah or Hosea?
    Shorter p’haps, ‘cos i think most bloggers got short attention spans…
    And a special one for our friend BobbyNZ?
    Peace like a river… yeah? We’ll need it!

  115. BobbyNZ says:

    I repeat:

    Monday July 14, 2008 is the day the Opposition proves they are Poor Losers of the very institution they claim to uphold ie “Democracy”. The Aussie Premier, Kevin Rudd, purposely came to Malaysia to affirm “active democracy” because he knew the CROOKS behind Anwar.

  116. Dr. Ismawi says:

    I apologize to all for failing to refrain from accessing the internet as one of his family member secured an interim injunction against our house-rules.

    He suffered from melancholia in 1997/98 when he alleged that Anwar “broke” his rice bowl as when he went into a psychosis state, he smashes at least 9 rice-bowls at our ward.

    His brother, KTemoc, managed de-senthrall him with the said court-order.

  117. Dr. Ismawi says:

    I apologize to all for failing to refrain [BobNZ] from accessing the internet as one of his family member secured an interim injunction against our house-rules.

    His brother is also seeking outpatient treatment. Diagnosed as Obsessive-Vindictive-Disorder.

    Dr. Ismail Merican
    Head Psychiatrist

  118. IndependenceKid says:

    This round up of all the top guns of the immigration dept…….? Wonder Y ?
    Just a passing thought……under the veil of corruption charges…..has this got anything to do wit Mongolian beauty’s missing records…..was somebody willing to spill the beans….n action had to be taken……y all of a sudden…..another one bites the dust…Was pondering on this while sitting in a @^%$#*(&^%$ jam this morning…

  119. suresh says:

    Sometimes we see there is a true intention on the part of Abdullah to carry out his reformation program in the legal systems of our country. On the other hand we Malaysians also feel that unlike Dr.M, Abdulllah doesn’t use his high handed approach on Police and AG. His approaches I believe has sent a wrong signal to two most institutions and their heads in this country.

    I believe Musa Hassan has perceived Abdullah’s liberal approach as a license for him to do what he likes at his whims and fancies. This is quite evident in the recent times as Police have gone from bad to worse in the eyes of public. Their credibility is at stake and all time low worse than 1998. Musa Hassan is seen and perceived as one of Anwar’s arch enemy for reasons we all know. His actions too are seen as bias and revengeful in some ways.

    In the case of Ghani Patail it is also similar. Being the infamous prosecuting officer who had altered evidence to punish Anwar in 1998, his current stance does not go well with us. The new sodomy accusation leveled against Anwar once again suggests the existence of bad intention on the part of the AG. It will not be uncommon for ordinary Malaysian to think both IGP and AG could fabricate evidences against Anwar in order keep him away from government.

    Taking these into account one could easily conclude that Abdullah will be the beneficiary for all actions of these institutions. We Malaysians are not in any positions for infighting and political instabilities that could ruin us economically. Abdullah must take preventive measures from causing further damage. After all, Abdullah should know by now as he is paying the price in both government and party.

    The best he could do is removing both IGP and AG from their positions. This will neutralize the tension with public and opposition parties. Any actions followed even if Anwar were to be found guilty of wrong doing will not trigger any major alarm for the government. Most of all, it will help Pak Lah to regain the trust and confidence of 27 million Malaysians.

  120. BobbyNZ says:

    Thank you Doc Ismawi for your diagnosis. I do have obsessive repetition disorder ; here I go again:

    Monday July 14, 2008 is the day the Opposition proves they are Poor Losers of the very institution they claim to uphold ie “Democracy”. The Aussie Premier, Kevin Rudd, purposely came to Malaysia to affirm “active democracy” because he knew the CROOKS behind Anwar.

    Thanks again doc.

  121. Victim '98 says:

    I used to own a public listed company that borrowed 50% margin from banks and when my company’s shares dropped by 80% from $10 to $2, we couldnt cover the margin calls of $4 and we collapsed. Now I fully understand why. Thanks BobbyNZ. Now I see why you call Anwar the TRAITOR because he legalised short selling in 1997.

  122. Sufferer 2008 says:

    I am still suffering the ill effects of the Asian Crisis 97/98. I think the whole country is still healing from deep wounds inflicted. This Anwar traitor deserves the capital punishment!!!.

  123. BobbyNZ says:

    Ever heard of the story of a boy who stuck his finger into a hole of a dyke in Holland? He saved the country from massive flooding. Likewise, I am working obsessively on the “hole” in Anwar’s “dyke” and I can it bursting already! All his blind followers will flood all the longkangs and Dr Ismawi will have lots more patients haha.

  124. Nadia says:

    fROM MOHD ali rustam’S blog – FOR YOUR REFLECTION…………………….

    PKR’S VOTE OF NO-CONFIDENCE IS A WASTE OF TIME
    July 14, 2008
    .

    The opposition’s effort to table a motion of no-confidence in the Prime Minister today is evidence of their failure and frustration. This is a political gimmick which is a waste of parliamentary time.

    I feel that the Speaker should reject this motion as it is not in the public’s interest. In fact, the government representatives should bring a motion against the opposition for stirring up trouble with all kinds of useless demonstrations but the government is not interested in cheap publicity.

    I believe that the opposition’s goal will fail even if the Speaker allows the motion. Besides cheap publicity, this is just an attempt to divert attention from their failure to entice BN politicians to join them.

    Time is precious so use it to debate issues of importance in the interests of the rakyat.

  125. wits0 says:

    Ali Ruststump and M2M share the same racist/partisan anachronistic stench that even more education could never correct.

  126. BobbyNZ says:

    The simple truth is :
    Monday July 14, 2008 is the day the Opposition proves they are Poor Losers of the very institution they claim to uphold ie “Democracy”. The Aussie Premier, Kevin Rudd, purposely came to Malaysia to affirm “active democracy” because he knew the CROOKS behind Anwar.

  127. JeyS says:

    Never will be Anwar’s fan howeever we need to have a ‘well-oiled’machine (govt) to get our lives in order (not that its not but needs to adjust).

    Anwar will be not be the oil-machine but tell me bobby….who in your wise wisdom can do this oiling for us??

    YEa crook anwar or sleepy abdullah or duh najib or even greedy umno-ites??? but we have the raw end of this deal la.

  128. […] Malaysian Parliament under seige ! [image] @ 11am (M’sian time) – Massive traffic jam around KL and several journalists barred from entering […] […]

  129. DPM vs Ex-DPM through the rakyat’s lens

    The Deputy Prime Minister has finally spoken with regards to the the various moves coming from the corner of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

    The DPM’s has sworn on the Holy Book and in the Name of The Almighty. He has no link to the late Alyantunya’s brutal, gruesome and merciless murder not even witnessed in Nazi camps of yester-years.

    Now, Datuk Serif Anwar Ibrahim cannot play dead. The ball is in his court. After all that he or his associates have alleged, his silence or non-rebuttal will conclusively show that the DPM was indeed not a party to the heinous crime of the century never seen in any country in the world.

    Meanwhile, now that the DPM has done what many a sinner would not dare do, what is Datuk Seri Najib going to do next as the problem is now even more compounded?

    If your opponent has sinned against you and in the process also misled the entire nation, are you just going to dismiss the entire episode like a sympathetic saint with loads of forgiveness or are you going to sue his butt off in the revered court of justice?

    Meanwhile who within the corridors of power will rise to take the full brunt of accountability for the following mysteries that has conveniently escaped the eyes and ears of many in power:

    Firstly, how can entry-egress records just disappear from the immigration records? Is this inquiry not a top priority for the administrators of the government and the department in question? Surely this investigation and haul-up can move independently from the current court battle.

    Secondly, who should take the rap for allowing the removal and use of a strictly guarded explosive? Should the authorities independently expedite the investigation of how such C4 material can be removed and used without permission? Is this not significant at least for the head of department?

    Thirdly, we all know that those person / people (or whoever it may be) involved in carrying out that senseless act of blowing up a woman to bits and pieces are obviously highly trained individuals. And as we understand these uniformed individual/s is/are also regimented and conditioned to only take orders. So who gave the order to act?

    So the DPM’s recent act of absolving himself is not the most important issue here. The rakyat want to know how the heinous act was allowed vis-a-vis the three issues highlighted above.

    And as long as heads do not roll with hasten speed now, any remark, swearing or proclamation is not going to change public opinion.

    Hope this letter draws the attention of both the gentlemen – Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

    J. D. Lovrenciear

  130. Drachen says:

    Besides pouring cold water, BobbyNZ, do you have any constructive thing to say?

  131. Intelli says:

    Do you think Aussie premier, Kevin Rudd came to Malaysia purposely to praise our government? What a plain shallow comments from BobbyNZ. Do you know Kevin Rudd environmental Minister Penny Wong which was a Malaysian migrated to Australia for what reason? it’s because Malaysia government sucks when dealing with equal opportunity amongst other races. That’s why a lots of professional Malaysian citizen prefer to stay in foreign country rather than in their motherland.

  132. hutchrun says:

    Kevin Rudd is suffering a drop in popularity. The hope and change that he promised has been nothing but a puff. Rudd The Rudderless thought that in not meeting Anwar, Badawi would give a favorable hearing for a free trade agreement that would have added AusD2 billion annually to the australian economy.
    Once again Kevin was left rudderless.

  133. Harrison says:

    I would suggest that Susan would put up another topic as everyone is running out of tune right now. The commentators are quite funny though ranging from Bobby to Dr. Ismail.

    *Just a thought, may I know are you really a mental patient, Mr. Bobby NZ? Dr. Ismail seems to be serious. I may be wrong….

  134. kittykat46 says:

    Kevin Rudd is being dubbed Mr. Flip-Flop in Ozland…due to his backpedalling on many superficially bold inititiatives…..sounds a bit like the same character in Malbabwe ?

  135. Harrison says:

    “That’s why a lots of professional Malaysian citizen prefer to stay in foreign country rather than in their motherland.” -Quote

    Correct, correct correct and why are you here?

  136. kittykat46 says:

    I don’t know about the mental patient thingy…..but BobbyNZ really does sound a bit like a “something not right” character…

  137. Harrison says:

    Actually, I don’t know the mental thinggy quite much but Dr. Ismail seems to be quite real and I am wondering whether Bob is Ismail’s patient?

  138. kesava says:

    Sultan against freedom. Says everyone shut up, sit down, and let Najib be free:

    KUANTAN, July 14 (Bernama) — The Sultan of Pahang, Sultan Ahmad Shah has advised people in the state not to be easily influenced by information obtained from blogs as it could affect national security.

    He said such information could confuse the people as it thrived on sensationalism and could not be verified.

    “I speak with sincerity. Bloggers just confuse the people particularly those who do not check the information. This can be damaging to the country,” he said when opening the Sultan Ahmad Shah Broadcasting Complex (Kompsas) and Darul Makmur Auditorium here Monday.

    Kompsas which was built on Feb 6, 2003 at a cost of RM50 million will house the radio conti, audio recording studio, television news studio and an auditorium equipped with sophisticated facilities.

    Sultan Ahmad Shah also lamented that bloggers did not put up information on government efforts to help the people and advised them to obtain information from trusted sources like radio, television and newspapers.

    He urged the people not to resort to demonstrations as a form of protest but to bring their plight to the attention of leaders.

    “Demonstrations are not likely in Pahang. The people can tell me their problems. I am here, so is the Menteri Besar.”

    Earlier, Sultan Ahmad Shah urged parents to monitor their children as some like to visit blogs to prevent them from being involved in activities against the law.

    Also present at the opening were the Sultanah of Pahang, Sultanah Kalsom, Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob and Information Minister Datuk Ahmad Shabery Cheek.

    — BERNAMA

  139. BobbyNZ says:

    The simple truth is :

    Monday July 14, 2008 is the day the Opposition proves they are Poor Losers of the very institution they claim to uphold ie “Democracy”. The Aussie Premier, Kevin Rudd, purposely came to Malaysia to affirm “active democracy” because he knew the CROOKS behind Anwar.

    Why is Anwar afraid to report to Police Station? Afraid of being arrested immrediately when presented with solid evidence like DNA?

    It doesnt bother me he is obsessed with men’s rear. But to legalise short selling of currency and stocks in 1997/98 that destroyed a lot of livelihoods should go unnoticed by the Malaysian public for 10 years!

    Cheers everyone! I am enjoying the best business in my life this year. Hope the same with you.

    BobbyNZ

  140. La International says:

    To profit from the stock price going down, short sellers can borrow a security and sell it, expecting that it will decrease in value so that they can buy it back at a lower price and keep the difference. The short seller owes their broker, who usually in turn has borrowed the shares from some other investor who is holding his shares long; the broker itself seldom actually purchases the shares to lend to the short seller.[1] The lender of the shares does not lose the right to sell the shares.

    Short selling is the opposite of “going long.” The short seller takes a fundamentally negative, or “bearish” stance, anticipating that the price of the shorted stock will fall (not rise as in long buying), and it will be possible to buy at a lower price whatever was sold, thereby making a profit (“selling high and buying low,” to reverse the adage). The act of buying back the shares which were sold short is called ‘covering the short’. Day traders and hedge funds often use short selling to allow them to profit on trading in stocks which they believe are overvalued, just as traditional long investors attempt to profit on stocks which are undervalued by buying those stocks.

    In the U.S., in order to sell stocks short, the seller must arrange for a broker-dealer to confirm that it is able to make delivery of the shorted securities. This is referred to as a “locate,” and it is a legal requirement that U.S. regulated broker-dealers not permit their customers to short securities without first obtaining a locate. Brokers have a variety of means to borrow stocks in order to facilitate locates and make good delivery of the shorted security.

    The vast majority of stock borrowed by U.S. brokers comes from loans made by the leading custody banks and fund management companies (see list below). Sometimes brokers are able to borrow stocks from their customers who own “long” positions. In these cases, if the customer has fully paid for the long position, the broker cannot borrow the security without the express permission of the customer, and the broker must provide the customer with collateral and pay a fee to the customer. In cases where the customer has not fully paid for the long position (meaning the customer borrowed money from the broker in order to finance the purchase of the security), the broker will not need to inform the customer that the long position is being used to effect delivery of another client’s short sale.

    Most brokers will allow retail customers to borrow shares to short a stock only if one of their own customers has purchased the stock on margin. Brokers will go through the “locate” process outside their own firm to obtain borrowed shares from other brokers only for their large institutional customers.

    Stock exchanges such as the NYSE or the NASDAQ typically report the “short interest” of a stock, which gives the number of shares that have been sold short as a percent of the total float. Alternatively, these can also be expressed as the short interest ratio, which is the number of shares sold short as a multiple of the average daily volume. These can be useful tools to spot trends in stock price movements.

  141. La International says:

    Advocates of short sellers say that the practice is an essential part of the price discovery mechanism. They state that short-seller scrutiny of companies’ finances has led to the discovery of instances of fraud which were glossed over or ignored by investors who had held the companies’ stock long. Some hedge funds and short sellers claimed that the accounting of Enron and Tyco was suspicious months before their respective financial scandals emerged. Financial researchers at Duke University have provided statistically significant support for the assertion that short interest is an indicator of poor future stock performance and that short sellers exploit market mistakes about firms’ fundamentals.

    Such noted investors as Seth Klarman and Warren Buffett have said that short sellers help the market. Klarman argued that short sellers are a useful counterweight to the widespread bullishness on Wall Street, while Buffett believes that short sellers are useful in uncovering fraudulent accounting and other problems at companies.

  142. La International says:

    semi value aiyo yo samy. suthal adi nah.

  143. Farah says:

    Dear bobby,

    Time to take your medicine.

    Staff Nurse Intern
    Hospital Bahagia

  144. BobbyNZ says:

    Parliament Under Siege?

    Monday July 14, 2008 is the day the Opposition proves they are Poor Losers of the very institution they claim to uphold ie “Democracy”. The Aussie Premier, Kevin Rudd, purposely came to Malaysia to affirm “active democracy”!!!.

    Is Anwar afraid of being arrested immrediately when presented with solid evidence like DNA at the police station?

    He legalised short selling of currency and stocks in 1997/98 so that the CROOKS could destroy the livelihoods of Malaysians so that they would turn against the govt., a common tactic of CIA! It’s no short selling for correction. It’s a “financial attack”! Then they spread propaganda about our fundamentals weak. Now they get a taste of their own medicine.

    Cheers everyone!
    BobbyNZ

  145. La International says:

    To profit from the stock price going down, short sellers can borrow a security and sell it, expecting that it will decrease in value so that they can buy it back at a lower price and keep the difference. The short seller owes their broker, who usually in turn has borrowed the shares from some other investor who is holding his shares long; the broker itself seldom actually purchases the shares to lend to the short seller.[1] The lender of the shares does not lose the right to sell the shares.

    Short selling is the opposite of “going long.” The short seller takes a fundamentally negative, or “bearish” stance, anticipating that the price of the shorted stock will fall (not rise as in long buying), and it will be possible to buy at a lower price whatever was sold, thereby making a profit (”selling high and buying low,” to reverse the adage). The act of buying back the shares which were sold short is called ‘covering the short’. Day traders and hedge funds often use short selling to allow them to profit on trading in stocks which they believe are overvalued, just as traditional long investors attempt to profit on stocks which are undervalued by buying those stocks.

    In the U.S., in order to sell stocks short, the seller must arrange for a broker-dealer to confirm that it is able to make delivery of the shorted securities. This is referred to as a “locate,” and it is a legal requirement that U.S. regulated broker-dealers not permit their customers to short securities without first obtaining a locate. Brokers have a variety of means to borrow stocks in order to facilitate locates and make good delivery of the shorted security.

    The vast majority of stock borrowed by U.S. brokers comes from loans made by the leading custody banks and fund management companies (see list below). Sometimes brokers are able to borrow stocks from their customers who own “long” positions. In these cases, if the customer has fully paid for the long position, the broker cannot borrow the security without the express permission of the customer, and the broker must provide the customer with collateral and pay a fee to the customer. In cases where the customer has not fully paid for the long position (meaning the customer borrowed money from the broker in order to finance the purchase of the security), the broker will not need to inform the customer that the long position is being used to effect delivery of another client’s short sale.

    Most brokers will allow retail customers to borrow shares to short a stock only if one of their own customers has purchased the stock on margin. Brokers will go through the “locate” process outside their own firm to obtain borrowed shares from other brokers only for their large institutional customers.

    Stock exchanges such as the NYSE or the NASDAQ typically report the “short interest” of a stock, which gives the number of shares that have been sold short as a percent of the total float. Alternatively, these can also be expressed as the short interest ratio, which is the number of shares sold short as a multiple of the average daily volume. These can be useful tools to spot trends in stock price movements.

  146. La International says:

    Advocates of short sellers say that the practice is an essential part of the price discovery mechanism. They state that short-seller scrutiny of companies’ finances has led to the discovery of instances of fraud which were glossed over or ignored by investors who had held the companies’ stock long. Some hedge funds and short sellers claimed that the accounting of Enron and Tyco was suspicious months before their respective financial scandals emerged. Financial researchers at Duke University have provided statistically significant support for the assertion that short interest is an indicator of poor future stock performance and that short sellers exploit market mistakes about firms’ fundamentals.

    Such noted investors as Seth Klarman and Warren Buffett have said that short sellers help the market. Klarman argued that short sellers are a useful counterweight to the widespread bullishness on Wall Street, while Buffett believes that short sellers are useful in uncovering fraudulent accounting and other problems at companies.

  147. La International says:

    It was these boobies and aiyosamies who had over inflated the market to unimaginable levels. Unfortunately most of these gambling addicts were not slaughtered in the run-down.

  148. Farah says:

    “Now they get a taste of their own medicine.”

    Bobby doggy,

    Now this red pills cost the taxpayers’ money RM50 a pop. It’s better that I give you a gun.

    Staff Nurse Intern
    Hospital Bahagia

  149. kittykat46 says:

    If BobbyNZ got slaughtered in the 1998 KLSE downturn, the most important person he should blame is himself.
    Everybody who was in the market got hurt, but those who lost their pants & underwear were mostly too greedy for their own good…

  150. zorop says:

    it’s getting more interesting!
    by the hour!

  151. Menyalak-er says:

    Dear Dr Ismawi,
    Re: BobbyNZ & Ayoyosamy
    I apologize for not writing sooner about the ‘monomaniac’ patients mentioned above, by S/N Farah above.
    I fully agree with you with regards of your diagnosis as per DSM-v.
    Due to the manic phase of both their conditions, which seems uncontrollable with the current doses/medication, I urge you to consider addition of Lithium Cl and clonazepine/olandazepine on graduated doses.
    There is also an obvious Narcisisstic-Dependent element to their psychosis.
    However, if the control is deemed inadequate and physical restraint is impossible, I would suggest ECT (Electro-Convulsive-Therapy) on a biweekly basis.
    My colleagues and I concur that prefrontal and amygdal damage is unavoidable.
    It would be prudent to advise Nurse Farah not to carry any offensive weapons into the ward, lest damage is done to innocent bystanders, by the aforesaid.
    I also suggest that Pr.Roy Selvan, Mr.J.D.Lovencier and Mr.La International be brought in for their for their psychotherapy sessions, post-ECT, if deemed fit.
    As for their anal fixation and their persecution delusions with regards to a certain politician, I think the appropriate treatment would be Behavioral Modification – twice daily anal examination with the largest proctoscope by Nurse Farah, without lubricating gel.
    I thank you in anticipation of your reply.
    Dr. Menyalak-er,
    Consultant Psychiatrist,
    University Hospital BolehLand.

  152. JeyS says:

    You guys have turned this blogsphere to a laughing joke.

    Time to leave to the next topic and please leave your idiotic comments here and scoot.

    Like what kitty said, if you got caught in the spiral market…its by your own fault and greed. I have never payed the market and shall ever do so. I have seen remisiers cry like babies..and in debt due to greed.

  153. JeyS says:

    sorry – played
    typo

  154. BobbyNZ says:

    Wow,

    I see a bunch of sodomised bees trying to molest me………….. cya another topic another time hehe

    No offense to you mates. Comments directed at the sodomite cum traitor and the CROOKS

    BobbyNZ

  155. amoker says:

    Advocate that Syed Hamid resigns primarily for incompetence – handling of this so called Parlimen gathering and Pulau Batu Putih.

    If he can’t provide the correct evidence/ pursuasion to rakyat, he certaintly failed in ICJ. All he got from the Hague is a free trip and a T-shirt.🙂

  156. CYBERBOY says:

    AYOYOSAMY AND BOBBYNZ

    Both of you are traitors of the nation! Supporters of the evil – You know very well siding with evil does not pay! Look at Razak Baginda.

    I pity both of you – one day you’ll get your retribution.

  157. CYBERBOY says:

    TO AYOYOSAMY AND BOBBYNZ,

    BEWARE OF SIDING WITH THE EVIL – LOOK AT RAZAK BAGINDA NOW! YOU TOO MAU SUFFER THE SAME RETRIBUTION SOME DAY.

  158. Ctizen Me says:

    We must learn from wise men because they do at the beginning what the fool does at the end.

  159. Personally, I cannot accept police and goverment’s explaination. It is an insult to public wisdom.

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