Bloggers Kickdefella, Zorro and Haris Ibrahim will raise the Malaysian flag upside down to show their protest about the current state of affairs in Malaysia, come this Merdeka Day on 31 August2008.

To them, I say “bravo”.

Me? As far as I remember, I have not raised the Malaysian flag, except when I was in school, as we were forced to.

Reason? I do not want to raise the Malaysian flag as long as the country/ Federal government is in the hands of racists.

As long as we have a racist government and racist policies, we do not have MERDEKA. So, why is there a need for a Malaysian flag, upright or upside down?

In fact, the racists have “shredded’ the Malaysian flag into pieces, like they attempt to split all of us loving Malaysians, that we, including out flag, could only be whole again, when we kick those racists out.

So for me, sorry, guys and gals, there will be no flags. Until, a “real” new Malaysia is here.

137 responses »

  1. YeinJee says:

    The flag represents the country, which includes the government and also common citizens… if you don’t want to raise the flag, just be it, at least don’t insult it.

    What those three are planning to do is plain stupidity, period.

  2. chauncey gardener says:

    Flying the flag upside down is the international sign of distress.

    That is appropriate, perhaps.

  3. Philip Lau says:

    His Susan

    This is a sign of PROTEST, I BELIEV E SINCE THE TIME OF TDM WHO IS THE KEY MAN STARTED TO DESTROY MALAYSIA FOR HIS KHAKIS. HE IS THE ROOT OF ALL EVILS.

  4. Mike Chan from S'pore says:

    Your southern neighbor is also having the same problem with its NatDay fast approaching on 9Aug08. People esp HDB residents (>500,000 units) are either not in the mood or just plain despise the PAP this year. The few flags you see are forcibly put up by the CCC leaders in the various constituencies by order from PMO. They even hang up outside your corridor wall without your permission…..I have taken mine down and threw it down the rubbish-chute (hope our mata-mata wun search the rubbish-dumpster and arrest me).
    I dunno abt MY but our SIN is now not unlike the city of Winston Smith in Orwell’s 1984. Believe it!

  5. Obi Wan Kentucky says:

    There’s other ways of showing your protest. Leave the flag alone. To those who’re thinking of raising your flags upside down, you might think you’re doing so for the right purpose, but really, you’ll have us ALL as the laughing stock of the world.

    The Jalur Gemilang means so much to Malaysians. Dont insult the country and its people.

  6. lonely planet says:

    Mike Chan …You are real sick.

    If you compare SG and MY they were more or less the same in 1963. Today your SG got US300 Billion in foreigh reserve and a beautiful city where as we are on our way to to become the Zimbabwe of SEA.

    If MY can be half as success as SG I will donate 100,000 flag come 2020.

  7. ktteokt says:

    Raising the national flag is one thing, taking it down is definitely another! While raising the national flag on auspicious occasions such as National Day can be taken as a sign of patriotism, it is an eyesore to see only strands of this discoloured “National Rag” flying on flag poles above many buildings.

    Tell me if this is a national pride or national disgrace when you see a “tattered” piece of rag which “looks like the national flag of Malaysia” flying on flag pole? These people are only “momentarily” patriotic when raising the National Flag but when it comes to taking it down, they suffer from “amnesia”. Take a good look around you and you know what I am talking about. So much for patriotism demonstrated with the display of our NATIONAL RAG!

  8. cinta Malaysia says:

    Patriotism belongs to the minority but not the majority in Malaysia.
    The minority wants Malaysia for all Malaysians but the majority wants ketuanan Melayu.So ironical is Malaysia!

  9. crossguy says:

    Pleaselah the flag is the only thing we have left. Why should we, the citizens commit suicide? Kill those buggers lah!!Why ah we the citizens have lost our will of empowerment? We r the power. I say get the terminator in.

  10. ah long says:

    Abusing the National flag is a punishable offense. On this issue I support the Government. Anyone caught abusing the flag should be fined.

    If you want to protest then don’t fly the flag, if you abuse it then you are definately in the wrong.

  11. cinta Malaysia says:

    We should not allow ourselves to demean our National Flag.That is the last hope of symbol to all of us.
    Let us all invest a small sum and display the National Flags . I would love to see our towns, our housing estates, our cities festooned with National Flags.
    Let us show the goons in Putrajaya that Malaysia belongs to all Malaysians!

  12. colorless says:

    Do not attend the ceremony in Dataran Merdeka or any BN organised event as a mark of protest against the leadership. The size of the crowd (minus the school children who are sponsered by gov. anyway) will be a good bearing on how successful the protest will be.

  13. chaptokam says:

    I fully agree with ah long abusing the National flag is a disgraceful act. Is just like some people burning and stomping on our flag . No matter how pissed of we are with our Gomen the flag represents our country us Malaysians . on this issue I I think its better to think rationally . If you want to protest then don’t fly the flag . Don’t make morons of ourselves for others to see .

    Why don’t the three of you Kickdefella, Zorro and Haris Ibrahim fly the Malaysian flag made from soiled ladies panties ? and see the impact of it ?

  14. Agencies says:

    Why don’t the three of you Kickdefella, Zorro and Haris Ibrahim fly the Malaysian flag made from soiled ladies panties ? and see the impact of it ? – chaptokam

    Wah, this one very wise one oh!

  15. Agencies says:

    It has been a long-established custom for us, every August to raise our national flag as a proud Malaysian to mark our Merdeka Day Celebration. I would like to urge my fellow countrymen to keep doing the same this year but let us fly our beloved flag upside down.

    The upside down flag is accepted as official signal of distress. By displaying it properly, it is not meant to be or it is not recognised as any type of disrespect.

    http://us2.malaysia-today.net/2008/content/view/10705/84/

  16. eeyaw says:

    I think we should leave the flag alone! Just don’t fly it will suffice! The better way is to vote them out when the time comes! Afterall it was gulible malaysians who voted barisan in, albeit with some assistance from EC & other sympathisers!

  17. Do not fly the flag.
    When Merdeka was achieved the agreement between the races were, amongst other issues, that the Malays were to be given special rights for thirty years (30)
    but after fifty one (51) years it is still going on. How come ?
    Can the British take back Malaysia for breaking the agreement? Can any lawyer give his view?
    Are all the non Malays better off with the British than Merdeka, especially with UMNO and the running dogs in BN as Government ?
    I think Mamak Mahathir should be indicted especially for all the atrocities during his 22 years term as P.M. of Malaysia and and extending it for ? If AI does become the next P.M. he should deport him to India where he and his family rightly belongs.

  18. SitOnThis says:

    As a citizen of Malaysia one should be proud to fly the Jalur Gemilang. It represents and signified a respect for our King & Country.But if one’s want to voice their displeasure or as a sign of protest, simply “TIE A PIECE OF ROPE ON TOP OF THE POLE”. It will signified alot of thought ie… mismanagement, corruptions,laws & jurisdicial and etc……

  19. Pull out says:

    If AI does become the next P.M. he should deport him to India where he and his family rightly belongs.

    Errr that one not good idea. He is malaysian. I duggest deport him to middle rocks. Pulaukan dia.

  20. Pull out says:

    If napoleon could go to Elba, why not send Little Napoleon aka Mahathir to middle rocks. He can enjoy hight tide and low tide.

  21. moimoi says:

    Fying the flag upside down to show protest will definitely show our strong disgruntlement with the government, but I think we should not defile our beloved flag so. Anyway, the flag and the government of the day are two separate thing.

  22. george says:

    Hey cinta Malaysia…

    Your comment is not correct. Who’s the majority and minority here???

    Let me correct it! PR is the one comprises of all races!!! They r the majority here…

    Not UMNO Malay is only minority and only represented by 1 race and only care about Ketuanan Melayu… Your survival is sorely dependent on the BN spirit of other components parties which u treat them like a dog.

    So to support this, 55% of Malaysia population is Malay… and if taking out 20% of being PR supporters… then the remaining 35% is die hard UMNO Malay. So is UMNO Malay the majority now???🙂

    Then take the 20% PR and PAS Malay and add with Chinese and Indian (I presumed that both races give up their support for BN) of up to 45%… So mathematically at 65%, who is the majority now???

    hahaha… Patriotism is who say now?

  23. george says:

    Opps, should also included other bumiputera but not malay… their percentage too… so what your say?

  24. Terong says:

    Out of the fourteen states in the region,
    Penang and Singapore are the richest states. Why eh? Maybe these two states has a lot of natural resources.

  25. Terong says:

    have

  26. IndependenceKid says:

    The Flag represents the country….not the people who run it. Please dont abuse it like the people who are abusing this country. Sometime back somebody suggested we boycott work for a day, y not boycott the MDay celebrations as a silent protest. NAtion wide protest as colorless suggests. I strongly support it.
    Let the goons stand on stage without the people, let foreign dignitaries watch the pomp and spleandour of the celebrations minus the Rakyat…of course the UM………..NO crowd will be there.

  27. T Rozario says:

    It is the fear of being called to account that has forced this government to attempt to lock Anwar up.

    If he comes to power the corrupt judiciary will be called to account, if he come to power the corrupt police force will be called to account, if he comes to power the attorney-general and members of his chambers will be called to account.

    Those in the attorney-general’s chambers and the police force have to understand that if they keep quiet and carry out illegal orders, they become accessories to the crime and are criminal in their actions.

    Senior ministers past and present will also be called to account, including even the prime minister, his son-in law and the rest of the jing-bang.

    One person who is extremely worried is Tun Dr Mahathir Mohammed, the former prime minister and the architect of this current state of affairs in the country. His son who is in parliament is saying all kinds of things to try and justify or cover up his father’s wrongdoings.

  28. Ahjajal says:

    I will fly a brand new Malaysian flag when the government is changed. From now
    no flag will be flown . I with my family will stay away from any BN/UMNO functions

    For those who will be flying the flag upside down go ahead.

  29. Jeremiah says:

    If Merdeka Day is a question of whether to fly the flag, or not, whether to fly it right side up or upside down is just political posturing.

    As many have said here, the Malaysian flag does not represent the government but the country and its people. What is more meaningful is for both the PM and the defacto head of the Opposition to proclaim a national day of repentance either on Merdeka or Sept 16 Malaysia Day.

    You may ask: Why should we innocent citizens repent when we have done no wrong to the country?

    Not responsible for the state of the country? Really? Who abstained from voting for the past two decades to allow for a one-party monopoly? Who continued to support the compliant newspapers?

    Lastly, who cursed Malaysia the blessed country by equating the government with the country, saying things like Malaysia is going down the drain or we are the Zimbabwe of SEA?

    We can do what we want with the flag or any symbol, but our words of mockery and curses on Malaysia may one day come true.

  30. T Rozario says:

    (Daily Express) – Malaysia risked being trapped among a group of failed nations if the Government insists on continuing to dwell on the country’s past greatness instead of making changes to expand its economic growth horizon.

    Former Chief Minister Datuk Harris Salleh said it was obvious that Malaysia has been left lagging far behind as a result of drastic changes in the global economic situation.

    “Malaysia’s position for 20 years as one of the leading manufacturing countries as well as being among the world’s top 20 trading countries has started to lose ground and this soon may become just history,” he said.

    Presenting a talk titled “Contribution of BIMP-EAGA Manpower Malaysia’s Economic Development: Historical Perspective and Building the Future” at the BIMP-EAGA Youth Seminar in UMS, Saturday, he said Malaysia has no choice but to re-develop its natural resources and agricultural plantations.

  31. numbo says:

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    I suggest that we boycott the BN organise merdeka gathering and pack up the PR organise merdeka celebration . Let us proudly raise malaysian flag in PR merdeka celebration . 5 PR states with own celebration will really do the job .
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  32. Rock n Roll says:

    Yeah dont join those BN celebrations. Me n my gang will be at some pub. Do your own thing. Leave BN out of it. Boycott BN.

  33. Vindica says:

    lonely planet says:

    “Mike Chan …You are real sick.

    If you compare SG and MY they were more or less the same in 1963. Today your SG got US300 Billion in foreigh reserve and a beautiful city where as we are on our way to to become the Zimbabwe of SEA.

    If MY can be half as success as SG I will donate 100,000 flag come 2020.”

    lonely planet, you cannot equate economic success of Singapore with it’s citizen’s personal wealth and happiness and quality of life. Yes, without a doubt Singapore is well ahead of Malaysia in terms of economic success and infrastructures. In this ‘beautiful city’ the poor and old citizens are not enjoying their lives but instead has to eke a living doing menial jobs like cleaning of toilets, public areas etc., just to survive. you should take a visit and observe this to understand the situation. The Trade Union chief, also a minister (which country practises this?) is telling the workers not to ask for higher wages to offset the recent increase in cost of living, and should instead tighten their belts for hard times ahead. On the other hand there was no hesitation on their part to increase ministers’ salary during better times.

    If you would like to compare Singapore and Malaysia, the main difference is in how the Singapore rulers make themselves wealthy. At the end of the day, it is the citizens that has to pay, whether SIngaporeans or Malaysians.

    Every year more than a thousand citizens have opted to migrate, rather than stay in Singapore.

  34. Shiok Guy says:

    Dear Susan,

    Malaysian does not in anyway related to BN (UMNO, MCA, MIC and others) they have their own flag and we are not talking about them.. We are talking about

    Malaysian Flag!

    I raise the Malaysian Flag Upside down to show my state of distress with the current and past BN government in the past 50 years.

    We love Malaysian and it come with the flag.. we need to defend the flag like it is in the battle… imagine.. Malaysian Flag raising high with all BN, UMNO, MCA flags flatten on the battle group… Then we will raise the Malaysian Flag Upright.. For NOW… Let raise and defend our flag upside down.

    Shoik Guy
    Raise it Upside Down at http://shiokguy.blogspot.com/

  35. cakau says:

    Maybe also hang all the cabinet ministers upside down at dataran merdeka for 24 hours.

  36. Harrison says:

    For me I have never raise a Malaysian flag. I only eked out as a good Samaritan in throwing one to the bin when my mom hung one at my house veranda. Proud to be a Malaysian, for what?

  37. Fortified City says:

    With more crew members abandoning the sinking ship,we can now rename that ship ‘Barisan Bukan Nasional’ or in English ‘Barisan Not National’. Then if they organise any funtion for Independence Day, we have no reason to attend it.
    It does not represent the Nation.

    Instead, Pakatan Rakyat truly represents the Nation,except for the 11% who are stubbornly holding on to power.

  38. wandererAUS says:

    Yes, if you have no wish to raise the flag it is your decision. The flag represents the country and her people and should be respected at all times. Call me a sentimentalist idiot if you like, but, I love my flag.
    Politicians and political parties come and go…the govt is not a permanent administrator it depends on our votes. So if you have to, don’t raise the flag. I rather, we boycott the Merdeka celebrations… take advantage of the holiday, have a laid back day.

  39. Mountainman says:

    Hi…have been following the happenings in My for a long time.
    And I fully sympathise with the rakyat for being subjected to the kind
    of govt that has ABSOLUTELY NO SHAME and NO CONSCIENCE for their people
    who have been suffering for more than 50 long years. All of you in MY deserve better than all crumbs you have been getting. The millions and billions have been openly stolen by those walking in the Corridors of Power, from the very TOP to the bottom.
    CORRUPTION, in the guise of COMMISSIONs, BRIBES, PAYOFFS, SKIMMINGS, NO TENDER CONTRACTS, and other worse acts,…,is THE MAIN PROBLEM over the last 50 years.
    Former PM of SG, LKY has regularly been invited to many big countries including USA, RUSSIA, INDIA, CHINA, FRANCE etc..[ but never by MY ] to share his wisdom and experience on Good Government. Invariably, he has always been asked this question, ” What is the SINGLE most important factor for a government in running a country ? ”
    His answer….Get rid of CORRUPTION. Ensure there is NO CORRUPTION starting from the very TOP person in Govt., then go down the line. The Party that is given the mandate by the people to form the govt MUST ALSO BE ABSOLUTELY INCORRUPTIBLE….otherwise, as is happening in many countries, the ” new or existing” rulers start enriching themselves. It does not even take 5 years [ a term of office ] for those in power to be filthy and dirty rich. It only need one or two dastardly act, illegal skimming or contract.
    LKY added that only if the Leader of Govt and in turn, his cabinet team, is CLEAN and beyond reproach….does he and his team have the MORAL AUTHORITY to go after the Corrupt.
    In Sg, the CPIB is strictly empowered to investigate anyone irrespective of race, rank or religion…according to well-defined laws.
    Therein lies the crux of the huge problem MY is facing.
    BTW, do not be fooled by the childish and immature chap called MIKE CHAN.
    He is spouting rubbish about the PMO in SG forcing CCC’s or the people to put up Nat flags. There is no such thing happening. He does not speak for all people of S’pore.

  40. cakau says:

    Sekali lagi kita terdengar mengenai polis atau SB membabitkan diri dalam persidangan cawangan UMNO.

    http://us2.malaysia-today.net/2008/content/view/10761/1/

    Malaysia is a police state and umno politicians are SB agents.

  41. fairplay says:

    Listen well, Mike Chan from Singapore. I have met many people like you who are losers. They think that they are better than others and do not understand why they are not as successful. They will blame everybody else for their inadequacies except themselves. I have lived through pre and post PAP and I have seen and experienced the difference and transformation Singapore had gone through, from third world to first world. This fact has not escaped some of our Malaysian bloggers even. Those who refuse to acknowledge this fact are blinded by jealousies. If you are unhappy with the situation try to effect changes within the country. Blogging them in a foreign blogsite or forum is tantamount to being a traitor!!!!.

  42. DanielYKL says:

    moimoi
    “Fying the flag upside down to show protest will definitely show our strong disgruntlement with the government, but I think we should not defile our beloved flag so. Anyway, the flag and the government of the day are two separate thing.”

    I agree with you moimoi. What has the Malaysian flag got to do with the present Malaysian government? Not that the flag originated by them or represent them. It simply represent Malaysia. Government will come and go, regardless of which party, but the flag will still be here. Don’t use the flag and make an issue out of it. Like Susan said, you don’t have to fly it.

  43. caravanserai says:

    National Day
    A spirit for all Malaysians

    Raise the Malaysia Flag
    Upright or upside down
    It makes no difference
    It is in the heart and soul
    There lies the flow of Anak Malaysia

    This is the symbol of independence
    For all races united into one cohesive force
    Without colors and borders
    We are Anak Malaysia

    We have disagreements
    With the ruling coalition partners
    We have no drawback with Malaysia Flag
    It is our symbol of our heritage
    A Malaysia Flag for all races

    Just remember patriotism isn’t with country’s flag
    It is embedded in the heart and soul of a nation
    Flag is just a symbol to encourage unity
    But it isn’t all there is to it

    National Day
    Be it staying relevant everyday in our lives
    As we walk as a nation towards national unity
    We are Anak Malaysia

  44. Flying the national flag up-right or upside down really does not make any difference. Except that if it is flown up-right may be safer than flying it upside down. By flyng it up-right will at least save the flier from any possible police harassment and brutality.

    The world knows that Malaysia has since gone to the dogs, so, what difference does it make whether we fly our flag up-right or upside down.

    It will be much more appropriate to fly the BN flag upside down instead. This will show that Malaysia’s image has been taunted so badly by the party that rules it. Malaysia is considered to be one of the best places to live in this world. It is only the idiots who govern it, eroding the rights of ALL Malaysian and yet tell the world that marginalization is not practiced.

    Look forward to see upside down BN flags to be flown to celebrate our so-called “Merdeka”.

  45. ella-mae says:

    my flag is displayed upside down already. check out the following link for more links about raising the flag upside down.. if or not its a sign of disrespect🙂

    http://thedandelions.wordpress.com/2008/08/04/flying-a-flag-upside-down/

    have a good week, fellow loone-philes..

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  47. sklee says:

    Susan never talk about abusing the National Flag!We have every right not to raise the flag, if we are unhappy with so many government policies.Nobody can force us to do otherwise.Abusing the national flag by burning it for example is not only not right, it is an offence in law.In fact, I think, not raising the flag on Merdeka day is an effective way to let the power that be know that we are not supportive of the government!

  48. daryl says:

    The flag symbolize the birth of the country more than 50 years ago. It doesn’t symbolize what the current corrupt government does or doesn’t do. I believe there are a lot of people die for this flag and we should respect their sacrifice. Please do not politicise the flag. Down with BN but not the symbol of our freedom that was hard fought by those few who cares. Sigh… please do not be as stupid as the BN politcians….

  49. speaking sgpura, some ppl prefer to have kelantan lifestyle, why want to become like sgpura everyday stress and work hard when you can lead a modest life.

    be cool

  50. crash says:

    im so going to raise my foot this merdeka. well, can’t blame me tho.. i should be drunk by that night.

  51. KFC says:

    Flag flyers:

    Will the chemists and doctors continue to hold firm or will they succumb to the pressure and change their reports? We will of course know the answer to that later today. In the meantime, let us hope that these chemists and doctors say: enough is enough, no more fabrication of evidence! We know they are under immense pressure and it is not easy to defy the whims of those who walk in the corridors of power. But if they unite and stand together, the might of those who walk in the corridors of power can be challenged. They can hurt one man if all the others relent. But if all stand together, shoulder-to-shoulder, to defy kemunkaran, there is very little the government can do and their so-called case against Anwar will be ripped to shreds.

    To those brave souls in the Chemistry Department and the Kuala Lumpur Hospital, Malaysia Today salutes you. Come join the ranks of Malaysians who rejected all forms of kemunkaran on 8 March 2008. Stand united. Stand to be counted. Come stand with us as we move forward in an attempt to bring Malaysia, screaming and kicking, into the next era of equality, freedom and justice for all Malaysians regardless of gender, race, creed and religion.

    May God give you the strength to do the right thing!

    http://us2.malaysia-today.net/2008/content/view/10767/1/

  52. Jsss says:

    NAJIB MANAKAU, you are absultely right should deport the mamak to India where he belongs to.

    For those intend to fly flags go ahead but make sure up side down. Let’s show to the stupied BN/UMNO that we dislike them by flying flags upside down or don’t fly flags at all.

  53. Hahaha says:

    Hi Susan,

    It just crosses my mind, why don’t you make a dress with the flag upside down.
    We shall all walk in the parade on Merdeka Day, hehehe

  54. lucia says:

    despite all the complains and grumblings about the government, politicians, policies, yet you still love the country, right? it’s not the country you hate but the policies and so on. so why don’t want to fly the flag? so why have to fly it upside down? the flag represent our country. i will love the flag (my country) though i hate what is going on in my country.

  55. robert13 says:

    I agree with some of the people who which said that the flag should not be abuse as the flag represents the country and the people not the government who runs it. We should not let extreme actions as these will lead to disgrace for our country. We have a flag that represents our dignity and proud as Malaysians. Preserve it regardless of political concerns and ideologies.

  56. Amenic says:

    If you remember what happened to Namewee, one should think again about what (not) to do. A sign of Protest should be made, but not at the expense of the National Anthem and Flag. It’s our symbol. Without our symbol, we are more than lost in the global map and yes, we would be a laughing stock. Mocking our own country in this manner will backfire.

  57. Vijay Kumar says:

    Chopping the cherry tree- Malaysian political version.

    I remember a story told to me by my late father regarding telling the truth and facing the consequences,
    It has been a story told by many a father to his offspring.
    I am of the conviction that the truth is not always a simple “yes” or “no” but many of us miss the point
    when it comes to taking decisive action.

    Legend has it that George Washington, America’s first president, chopped down a cherry tree in his youth.
    story George gives the tree a good swing and chops it down with an axe . His father sees the damaged tree and asks his son if he knows who did the deed.
    George is quoted bravely admitting the truth :-
    “I can’t tell a lie, Pa; you know I can’t tell a lie. I did cut it with my axe.”

    This is a satire of how some Malaysian politicians circa 2008 may have reacted to the question :-

    PM Badawi – I did not cut down the tree , I was just taking a nap underneath it.

    Najib – I swear that I have never MET that tree.

    Hishamuddin- …..but I only own a keris ,not axe, how to cut down the tree.

    Dr.M – Apa nama cherry tree, I chopped it down because , I don’t like the idea of Pak lah sleeping under it.

    Chua Soi Lek – Yes it was me, I resign as caretaker of this orchard.

    VK Lingam – It could be me, it might have been me but I don’t think its me.

    Anwar Ibrahim – I DID NOT do it, and I am not giving any DNA samples for you to plant on the axe handle.

    Khir Toyo – the new state government should just trim the grass and not waste time asking who cut the tree.

    Ahmad Said (Terrenganu MB) I chopped it because cherry trees are more expensive to maintain than durian trees.

    Azalina Othman – The cherry tree is not included under my tourism MOU so I cut it down besides there were

    unauthorized signboards put up around the tree.

    Shabery Cheek – I challenge you to a debate on tree cutting.

    Samy Velu – I chopped it because HINDRAF members were using it as a meeting point

    Wira Ali Rustam – We have planted Durian trees for 50 years and we will plant them for another 50 years,

    we do not need cheery trees, apple trees , pear trees and all these other foreign trees.

    Rais Yatim – you must see the bigger picture, Ahmad said cherry trees are expensive to maintain,

    Ali Rustan said that are against our national identity and I needed to test my new axe, so you see-

    its a WIN-WIN situation all around.

    Sharir Samad – I cut the tree because we could no longer afford to subsidize it.

    Karpal Singh – The bigfoot creature did it.

    Bung Mokhtar – The big monkey did it

    Pandikar Amin Mulia – There is nothing in the standing orders against chopping cherry trees

    Kinabatangan duduk, Bukit Gelugor duduk.sit down.

    Khairy Jamaluddin – I did not do it, neither did the mat rempits.by the way, what’s a cherry tree ?

    Lim Kit Siang – In response to Khairy – cherry tree also you don’t know, you are an insult to Oxford.

    Nazri Aziz – racist, racist, racist, when we cut down durian trees nobody made a fuss.

    Malaysian Citizens – oh for heavens sake ! somebody plant something before we all starve to death.

    Dear Parliamentarians of all stripes, while you debate the merits of your arguments and lambast your opponents,

    please also spend more time tackling the issues that affect the nation, that is primarily the reason we voted you in.

    This is no longer the 1970’s , you can no longer skirt around the issues using political spin, some of us are jaded,

    some of us are cynical, some of us are wiser but very few of us are going to fall for it, so please do not insult our intelligence.

    Your actions, inaction and response to challenges have dire consequences for this beloved country that we all share.

    If you cannot do this within reasonable limits, we the the citizens have no qualms about replacing you with those who can.

    Best Regards

    Vijay Kumar Murugavell

    (original author of this piece)

  58. Foreigner says:

    You M’sians don’t have to worry a hair! Disgrace your flag, curse your politicians, trample on the constitution or do what you will ….. the rest of the world does not not even bat an eye-lid, nor does it care. We will continue visiting you as tourists for one huge reason …. fantastic foreign exchange makes it one of the cheapest tropical destinations.

    Your politics don’t bother us one iota, but quietly we do laud your will to protest what you feel isn’t fair, which, judging by all these blogs, is mountain high. We wish you success.

  59. machitam says:

    Patriotism, my feelings….

    because of this word, we are expressing our feelings that we stand up and be united not to let these people continue to reap the soul of our country, Malaysia. But why do we have to use the Jalur Gemilang to insult these “crookeds”?

    it’s our flag and our prides. This nation don’t belong to them. it is our nation good or bad. no other countries would want to accept us if we bailed out from this country.

    The Jalur Gemilang simbolises our country. It is the responsibility of a goverment to fly the flag. When the flag is raise, we show our respect that we love our country. We too, can fly the Jalur Gemilang!

    Not a slightest feeling that when i show my respect to the Jalur Gemilang that i too must show the respect to this “bodohwi’s band of crooks”.

    we can fly the Jalur Gemilang ourselves to show our love for a nation and that we are Patriotic….

    we would not be expressing our feelings of beneath contempt for these “morons” if we are not patriotic!….

  60. Edi神 says:

    We have to show them that

    Msia is not BN, BN is not Msia!

  61. Billy says:

    Today, I am in my 60s. Back in the 50s and 60s, I was a member of the Boy Scout movement and one of the fondest memories I ever had was whenever we have to assemble during the weekends for our activities, we would line up in rows facing our flag. At the command of the scout master, our left hand would rise with three fingers pointing skywards and in unison, looking at the flag, we recite the Scout Promise – On my honour, I promise that I will do my best … 1. To do my duty to God, Country, The King and the Sultan, 2. To help other people at all times and 3. To obey the Scout Law. Each time when we recite the Promise, we always felt a glow in our hearts. How times have changed. With UMNO practising racism to the extreme for the last 20 years, I can only look at our flag today, fluttering in the breeze and asked myself, where did we go wrong?

  62. Hitam Had says:

    Hi Sloone, the flag code of some countries allow it (ie. fly the flag upside down) eg USA, and some countries does not allow it eg. Australia. Notwithstanding this, both countries acknowledge that flying the flag upside down is the sign of distress.

    Malaysians should follow their conscience and do what they deem fit for themselves. We should not be detracted by arguing endlessly about the merits or otherwise of how the Jalur Gemilang should be flown this year and totally forget about the underlying cause of the hot air being vented…which is…. MALAYSIA is in TROUBLE.

    Personally, I find it very distressing every year around 31 August when shallow minded patriotic Malaysians carpet the streets with flags fallen off from their cars; and they think nothing of the desecration of the flag by forcing all and sundry to drive over the flags and worse.

    Pax.

  63. Jennlivingabroad says:

    I say it’s a protest against a domestic policies.
    To distance oneself against the government(BN) in power in the country, or against the country’s form of government.

  64. wits0 says:

    I agree with Hitam Had. Yes come August 31, one sees those who seem to love showing off how much more patriotic they’re than others with the flag. Very shallow display mostly.

    Is it coincident that we don’t see Sarawakian Kanang Langkau, one of Malaysia’s real heroes and a recipient of the country’s highest bravery award, saluting the flag but the memorial? http://tinyurl.com/6zrunz

  65. ah long says:

    Good one Vijay Kumar

  66. Menyalak-er says:

    Hi Susan, looks like you opened up a can of worms… Hahaha
    Hey guys this is about Malaysian flag, patriotism and all that.
    How’d our ‘neighbors’ get into this conversation – compare this & that! Very soon you’ll comparing the diameter of your nether bunghole. Stop la.
    Well as for me, i’ll be flying a kite, not a flag on 31st. Aug 08 @ 8am sharp.
    Cheers.

  67. ah long says:

    This is a good idea, everybody don’t join in the celebrations for Merdeka day. Something that somebody once said “suppose they gave a war and nobody came”.

    Suppose they gave a Merdeka ceklebration and no body came, you think BN will get the message or not?

  68. peace brother says:

    Malaysia flag is a sign of every malaysian indentity, please do not fly it upside down at any cause. period!

  69. Fortified City says:

    What does the flag have at one glance:
    13 stripes,one moon cresent,one star,red,blue,white, yellow colours.

    What does Malaysia have at a glance:
    Corruption,unfairness,hard-core poverty,injustice,racial divide,religious divide,political manipulations,authorised brutality,economic mismangement,
    dictatorship,big mouths, and the list will go on.

    Which do you wish to change?

    The flag and its position or the government thats making all this mistakes?

  70. Jong says:

    You may not like the present government that being run by a bunch of goons, vote them out, but the nation’s flag, must be respected! Flying it upside down is disrespectful.

  71. tan, tanjong bungah says:

    Hi everyone,

    Why is it that so many Malaysians are paranoid whenever there’s any comparison of achievements (or lack of it) made between us and our southern neighbour?

    Though not everything done by our southern neighbour should be emulated, there are still lots we can learn from them!

    In so many respects, theirs are first world achievements. When we parted on an uneven level, they were in dire straits. When they were asked to leave Malaysia, their foreign reserves could last them a couple of months of imports only! Look at their foreign reserves now.

    We have all the riches a country can ask for – lots of natural resources, but yet in the past 50 years we’ve squandered them away, lots of it gone thru’ the ‘legal’ way by negotiated deals into the pockets of family members and cronies!

    Now, we have people calling for ‘ketuanan M’, but I would rather classify their call as one of ” ‘ketuanan’ pocket”.

  72. JeyS says:

    For me…flying the flag upside down…not so adviseable.

    Fly BN flag upside down….bcos thats the gomen ruling Malaysia. M’sia’s flag is its identity not the government.

    SO Fly BN Flag not Malaysia flag upside.

  73. stranger says:

    a flag=symbolized a strong and a clean government. up side down flag because up side down government! government officials should respect the flag than the people will follow! strongly agree and support

  74. machitam says:

    oii….JeyS,

    …..Bn’s flag? i dread even to look at it. to fly it..or…er.. upside down?

    no,,,oo. i “rasa geli” even to touch it…..

  75. Ravindran Kunjan says:

    Patriotism is in all the hearts of Malaysians. It is just that the “selfish, unscrupulous, greedy and irrational” press on racism( in contravention of the Malaysian Constitution- why are they so scared of HINDRAF, huh!!!); discrimination; deny citizen rights and privileges in all fronts; who clamour for a homogenous society; and are traitors themselves to the constitution; rukunegara;& beautiful Malaysia.

    Flags are a mere symbol; just like traditional clothes a mere fashion; so much furore over clothes even in state assembly levels shows how “minute their brains are”.

    WE SHOULD ALL BOYCOTT ANY FORM OF UMNOPUTRA/BN GLORY IN FLYING THE FLAG.

    HOWEVER WE SHOULD ALL FLY A FLAG/WEAR AN EMBLEM/A RIBBON TO SUPPORT DSAI/PKR/PR ON 31ST AUGUST2008.

    BUT, DSAI maybe in Putrajaya already, then……God bless.

    Ravindran Kunjan

  76. free says:

    Instead of the Merdeka flag, we should raise the Keadilan flag to demand for change in Malaysia politic and administration.Keadilan means fairness i.e. justice. Its time malaysia do justice to justice.Umno and BN are “playboy” club only for the elites and “Ali Babas” (no need to work at all and no need brains at all, new kind of “terrorism”- rob the poor to enrich themselves, rob the nation to enrich themselves, rob the rakyat to enrich themselves). TDM’s famous slogan ” enrich thy neighbour” means enrich themselves and cronies and families.BN spend RM1billion to send one guy to space when other only spend RM644,000 (e.g. Victoria Principal) to be a pilot (not a passenger) to space. Our BN said its free trip c/w purchase of some maybe “recond” fighter jets. Why we buy fighter jets, its better the RM1billion is spend wisely like reducing petrol prices and food/necessities to help the majority low & average income Malaysians.Oh yes, enrich themselves first.BN, you have ruled for 50 years, let the Opposition rule the next 50 years- we will see the difference, for the sake the our future generations to come.Better late than never. BTW, our education system should follow China and even Indonesia where school hours is a full day, with the 2nd half of the day dedicated to religious teaching and extra activities (this would ease a lot of social ills and help working mothers). Time to reform in our education. Time for reform. BN should have an open mind and be gentlemen enough to give way for “new” brains and not stuck with their old pachik (uncle) way (a lot are redundant and obselete and are old logs, if cannot keep up with the pace then better stay sideline for the better of the nation and its future).If BN & Umno still rule, our Malaysia will soon be out of the map.Our TDM has made too many enemies and is proven racist (friends of Osama, Saddam & Suharto – 3 worlds most wanted).Now TDM is the 4th most wanted for corruption and judicial manipulation and abuse of power and a dictator for 22 years to this country. Malaysia belongs to her people not to TDM & Cronies!Merdeka Malaysia with Justice!

  77. Jed Yoong says:

    All these clowns..Why doesn’t Rocky talk about the Altantuya murder instead of protecting his sugar daddy?

  78. Ravindran Kunjan says:

    Dear All,

    PATRIOTISM IS IN ALL OUR HEARTS AS MALAYSIANS. WE JUST DON’T LIKE THE BOLEHLAND GOMEN, RACISM, DISCRIMINATION, SOCIAL I NJUSTICE, HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS, THEIR CLAMOUR FOR A HOMOGENOUS SOCIETY OF A PARTICULAR KIND, JUDICIARY INTERFERENCE, POLICE STATE ETC TEC

    The flag is a mere symbol; so is cultural/traditional clothes a mere fashion ( yet, so much furore even in state assembly over dressing, how minute and shallow thinking).

    Our GOAL: SUPPORT DSAI/PKR/PR. On 31/8/2008, if DSAI is even there already, we should all be wearing a blue ribbon; a DSAI emblem; etc

    Do not let the umnoputras/bn rats get glory by the flying of Malaysia flags.

    God Bless Malaysia, DSAI, RPK, Dr Osman, rational Mlaysians.

    Ravindran Kunjan.

  79. JeyS says:

    Machitam

    I too geli…but why Malaysia flag? What did malaysia (not it’s gov) do to you?

  80. Menyalak-er says:

    Hi Jed,
    Thats because rocky is wearing his knickers upside down! Clownish stuff i agree. Cheers.

  81. machitam says:

    JeyS,
    i am not refering to the malaysia flag in reply to your post. It’s the BN flag that i’m refering to..

  82. you kasi gantung bendera terbalik, you diheret masuk ISA…

    don play play…..

  83. suiside69 says:

    Susan,

    I have lots of respect on most of your articless and I salute you my friend.
    Please don’t disrespect flag and dont tell people you are force to raise the flag during your school days.

    I hate the current government as much as you do. I wish them hell.

    The flag is my country and I respect like my Quran.
    The flag is my Mother & Father.
    I wish one day when I die my coffin will cover with a Malaysian Flag.

    God bless you Susan,

  84. Obi Wan Kentucky says:

    My disgust with Pak Lah and his wily group of jesters does not include our beloved flag. Fact is, it’s got nothing to do with Pak Lah and his clowns at all. So just because politics and economy in Malaysia is wanting, doesn’t mean we have to vilify our flag as well.

    So raise yer flags with honor and pride, people, and remember our ‘Kemerdekaan’, our heroes and their sacrifices.

    Do NOT desecrate our Jalur Gemilang!

  85. Toro says:

    On his birthday Aug 8, Anwar will be charged in Court through the politics of No.1 Flag Bearer, Ahmad Badawi.

  86. Orang Utan says:

    LTL d minister of hell commented that Pn Azizah has betrayed the trust of the voters by vacating her seat. Actually sll the while the seat belonged to her husband. She only held in trust for him during his abscence.LTL tried to score some political point & to bodek the govt.

  87. Orang Utan says:

    Actually MCA & MIC is obsolutely irrelevant.Whether they exist or not make no difference. All this while they are only good at doing charity work.Just look at the racial composition of the civil servant have they reflect the racial compostion of the country? Now even the major local banks are following suit. Are they blind or what? It it all bullshit when they say no other races interested to apply for the job.A lot of of friends tried to apply but they just ignore their application.

  88. Orang Utan says:

    MCA & MIC are absolutely irrelevant. Whether they exist or not makes no difference. After 50 yrs have the racial composition of civil servant change a bit?
    Now even the major local banks are following suit. It is all bullshit when they say that no non-bumis like to apply for the job. So MCA & MIC must be blind to all these.

  89. ruyom says:

    It now appears to me that the problem began with the concept of “Ketuanan Melayu”.

    This concept was introduced around the time when Malaysia was working hard to achieve independence from the British.

    As we are all aware, the malays were marginalised in the economic sector and perhaps to a large extend the political side as well.

    The malay leaders of the time tried to boost the spirit of the malay community by introducing the concept of “Ketuanan Melayu”.

    So, the malay leaders at that time used the concept “Ketuanan Melayu” as a rallying point not as a tool to oppress or rid the non-malays, but merely as a cry to prevent the malays from drifting towards oblivion in the era of Malaysia as a country.

    While the other concepts ranging from ethnic cleansing to white supremacy are meant to dominate and wipe out the other races, “Ketuanan Melayu” is only meant to help the malays to get to equal footing with the non-malays.

  90. Wong Chee Kong says:

    I agree with the view that our Malaysian flag should be respected and not raised upside down. Why not hang upside down those flags to show how screwed up the organizations that they represent i.e. if you know which these organizations are. I don’t need to elaborate further, right? What better time to do this but on Merdeka day!

  91. wits0 says:

    Ruyom, “Ketuanan Melayu” was openly expoused later and intended as the permanent steroid for the umnoputra Malays to maintain perpetual hegemony on the lain lain. It was a sinister ploy to overtly promote this drug addiction without regard to the all round consequences and death of what is, understood universally as, fairness.

    This is the wanton perversion of Human Rights to maintain the ability of the elites to benefit the top ruling rogues for all time. This is the real treachery and betrayal of Merdeka. And the sh*t eventually hits everyone as it strikes the fan.

    Please stop trying to draw in some inane and inapplicable ‘moral equivalence’ of other countries to justify the crime at home. That’s a parrot’s job.

  92. fairplay says:

    Sorry to intrude, Menyalak-er. Cannot resist rebuking an ingrate who choose to forget how the safety, stability and opportunities his family enjoys came about.
    In Singapore during the ’50’s and ’60’s unemployment was very high and the population was living in attap wooden houses with uncemented floors and no running water just 2 kilometer from the city centre. You cannot walk the streets safely after 7 pm because gangsterism was widespread due to poverty. Look at Singapore now and yet there are people like Mike Chan who are still dissatisfied because through their own shortcomings are unable to progress as fast as their neighbours. Many fathers living in countries around us would happily trade their lives for their children to live here.

  93. Nang says:

    Susan, sorry to squeeze my post here …
    From http://www.p99ampang.com/:
    ———
    Hospital Kuala Lumpur hari ini telah mengeluarkan laporan di mana Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim tidak terlibat dalam kes meliwat Saiful. Laporan ini telah di bocorkan oleh salah seorang pegawai di hospital berkenaan dan Pejabat Parti Keadilan telah menerima laporan tersebut pada tenghari tadi.
    ——–
    Waiting for your follow up..

  94. cruzeiro says:

    From PP, cut and reposted here:
    ============================
    Passerby Says:
    August 4, 2008 at 5:52 pm

    No, I disagree… Our allegiance should be to Malaysia. Therefore, we should fly the flag correctly to show its respect.
    ======================

    Passerby,
    I’m glad that there are people around with common sense and decency.

    It is immoral that you as a citizen should desecrate something that you are supposed to stand up for, just becos you wanna condemn BN. Such intentional desecration is a sin.

    Haris,
    Just like Rocky’s braindead idea of a strike and the fatwa against saluting/ laying wreaths at the National Monument for the ceremony to honor fallen heroes & patriots, this is just another pea-brained idea ….

    And you support such a HP6 idea?
    What?
    Kickdefella did it?
    We need to Kickdefella in-de-head for such a thought, alright – maybe that will give him some good ideas then, shouldn’t we …
    God help us all ….
    Are Malaysians so bankrupt morally that they wish to desecrate the flag to protest against the BN?
    Whats stopping you from doing it to the BN/Umno flag instead?
    =====================

    Let’s Screw the Patriots and the Flag now, Shall We?
    http://cruzinthots.blogspot.com/2008/08/lets-screw-patriots-and-flag-now-shall.html

  95. Menyalak-er says:

    No problem, fairplay.
    I see the problem as i’ve family there; er… uncles, ‘chin-lang’ and all.
    Was worried that it would turn out to some internicene wars of words on the wrong blog. Cheers.

  96. problem says:

    Hahahaha… our darling sloony, I think if you raise or not will not solve the racist problem in Bolehland.

    But if you raise your AK47 and does a Rambo as depicted by your ostentatious icon of your blogsite, you must be able to solve all the problems in Bolehland.

    Then all of us can really cerebrate Merdeka day the real Merdeka way, kia kia kia kia

    The Real Merdeka

  97. Pegasus says:

    There is no reason to raise the Malaysian flag sky high this coming Merdeka day or days before it. With the current sad state and deplorable situation we are in, its sickening to think of celebrating our merdeka day. With cost of living shooting up daily, the rakyat is certainly in no mood to celebrate ..,and with the bloody BN stooges not learning anything from the 12th GE, we still have a long way to go to be in a celebrating mood. Hopefully,the Permatang Pauh by election result with Anwar’s expected victory will lead to better things to come and the changes we are waiting for all this year takes place.!!. Raising the flag can wait when we are really in the mood to celebrate and that day is fast approaching!!!!.

  98. machitam says:

    Pegasus,
    agreed. not in the mood to celebrate merdeka. for as long as the BN still “perasan” that Malaysia belong to them only and they thought that they can do anything they please without integrity and accountability e.g wastage of fund, embezzling Rakyat money, manipulating the police blah blah.. etc etc etc….

    so sorry Susan to say this…during my school days(every monday), i felt so proud when we sang negaraku while the Jalur gemilang was been raised.

    Btw menyalak-er, wits0, JeyS and friends, for those who want to raise the flags, i hope you raise them upright. if not, don’t raise it at all.

    you know, previously they gave handouts include flags in the month of August. but it seems that the rakyat is in moaning…..maybe they had anticipated or expected a low mood on the rakyat, because of this huu hah thus they were reluctantly or nobody care to kick the ball rolling. The Merdeka mood had been buried alive.

    and bodohwi was upset and blaming the civil servant for making the rakyat angry at the goverment. what a bodoh and irresponsible statement.

    i had attended a wedding reception at a hotel in the city and it was a joyful occasions, celebrating mood. but after the reception is over, the mood suddenly swing 180 degrees.

    What is going on with you Malaysian….

  99. lonely planet says:

    Vindica

    “lonely planet, you cannot equate economic success of Singapore with it’s citizen’s personal wealth and happiness and quality of life. Yes, without a doubt Singapore is well ahead of Malaysia in terms of economic success and infrastructures. In this ‘beautiful city’ the poor and old citizens are not enjoying their lives but instead has to eke a living doing menial jobs like cleaning of toilets, public areas etc., just to survive. you should take a visit and observe this to understand the situation. The Trade Union chief, also a minister (which country practises this?) is telling the workers not to ask for higher wages to offset the recent increase in cost of living, and should instead tighten their belts for hard times ahead. On the other hand there was no hesitation on their part to increase ministers’ salary during better times.

    If you would like to compare Singapore and Malaysia, the main difference is in how the Singapore rulers make themselves wealthy. At the end of the day, it is the citizens that has to pay, whether SIngaporeans or Malaysians.

    Every year more than a thousand citizens have opted to migrate, rather than stay in Singapore.”

    ———————————————————–

    Vandica, if you think your country is worst than Malaysia than you might as well join your racist PKMS and get a few racist S’porean equvilent to Pak Lah, Dr.M, Najib C4, Rafida, Samy, Liong Sick to help bring your country down the Zimbabwe way and in no time you will fell happier….haha!

  100. rage says:

    hi susan,
    i m a businessman,nowadays steamyx is slow, tried to post comment in Malaysian today ,unable too.
    i think the goverment is buggering everything including streamyx,blogs and other threat in the internet. the goverment is sodomising us. remind me of myanmar, they control the phone and tap the lines and also scan thro e-mail.

    just to share..
    sodomy, it an evil scheme at the lowest moral point as a tool to get bring anwar down.
    i will never buy the story of a 23yrs old dropout grad being forcibly screw in the ass by a 61yrs old man unless it a consensual sex act.
    i am going to related a true story of an sodomy attempt about 24yrs ago, while i was a 15yrs kid together with 4 of my friends around my age and a few a year or two younger, we were coaxed and persuaded by a late 40ties lawyer cum politician, a burly six footer to his bungalow . he ply whisky on us in his bungalow and tried to sodomise us. he pull his pants and try to seduce the drunk boys,after many attempts he got tired and fall asleep. my point is its not easy to sodomise someone unless its consensual sex. even young boys like us at that time could avoid being buggered when drunk. we did not defend our butts by using phisical force, we just use avoidance tactics like wriggle , shrug ,push away ,struggle away. it is not easy as require the other party to play volunteering, a poke in the anus require lubricant like for a virgin ass and offering anus to be still and play participation.how could we hammer the nail on the spot when the wall keep moving?

    for me, i would not buy the sodomy shit as i belive its impossible to sodomise someone forcible unless both are willingly to perform the act consensualy. this saiful is a disgrace, a cheat and person who would fitnah a person for money. i never will buy the sodomy story as i belive its impossile to be buggered by a 60yrs old with back problem as we 13-15 years drunk boys back then could avoid being buggered by a 6 footer burly guy in late 40ties.

    the goverment is sodomizing us and think we r silly to belive the sandiwara.
    as for me , i m not rasing the merdeka flag this year. this current govement lack intergrity ,same goes for that butt fuckers low life saifol and his aunty

  101. matrix says:

    Sloone,

    Respect your notion that one should have the freedom to express oneself freely and wish to believe you are doing just that in your blog. But every time i read your closing remarks/comments in your blog, especially the way you qualified your conviction, one cannot help but see that you are very much a copy cat of someone you “freely” admire/support. U know wat i mean?

  102. rage says:

    hi susan,

    i think the goverment is sodomizing us , even streamyx and other blogs as well, tried to post comment in Malaysia today is also impossible. the filth the we do to all extend, remind me of myanmar regime trying to control phoneline and even e-mails. they are so worry bout their own shadow

    this year.i m boycotting raising the merdeka flags at my office, i hope we kick them out before the goverment sodomize us and fucked our brains with their antics. this goverment lack intergrity same as butts fuckers like saifool and his aunty.

    just to share
    sodomy, it an evil scheme at the lowest moral point as a tool to get bring anwar down.
    i will never buy the story of a 23yrs old dropout grad being forcibly screw in the ass by a 61yrs old man unless it a consensual sex act.
    i am going to related a true story of an sodomy attempt about 24yrs ago, while i was a 15yrs kid together with 4 of my friends around my age , we were coaxed and persuaded by a late 40ties lawyer cum politician, a burly six footer to his bungalow . he ply whisky on us in his bungalow and tried to sodomise us. he pull his pants and try to seduce the drunk boys,after many attempts he got tired and fall asleep. my point is its not easy to sodomise someone unless its consensual sex. even young boys like us at that time could avoid being buggered when drunk. we did not defend our butts by using phisical force, we just use avoidance tactics like wriggle , shrug ,push away ,struggle away. it is not easy as require the other party to play volunteering, a poke in the anus require lubricant like for a virgin ass and offering anus to be still and play participation game.how could we hammer the nail on the spot when the wall keep moving?
    i was once ask by a malay GRO, she claim anal sex is fun and offer me to try, i was put off by the idea.should i accept the offer then i would have sodomize a compromising partner.
    for me, i would not buy the sodomy shit as i belive its impossible to sodomise someone forcible unless both are willingly to perform the act consensualy. this saiful is a disgrace, a cheat and person who would fitnah a person for money. i never will buy the sodomy story as i belive its impossile to be buggered by a 60yrs old with back problem as we 13-15 years drunk boys back then could avoid being buggered by a 6 footer burly guy in late 40ties. our jaguh kampung (UMNO)thinks that they can parade sodomy like they parade the paid tourist and called astronaut and fools the
    kampung folks.

  103. shaydflin says:

    This is a racial hatred initiator blog.

  104. shaydflin says:

    The authority should come in and stop this blog because it starts hatred among many innocent Malaysian, especially the Malays. This is the blog that creates hatred in the Malay society against fellow Malaysian Chinese, Indian and other. Stop this blog if you want to leave in peace and harmony.

  105. rage says:

    dear shaydfin,,

    it is not ablot this blog, it about a few corrupted politicians pissing malaysians off . they are the real propaganda master to divide and concern and raising racial unrest among malaysian. u have been sold by the spin stories by the goverment. besides ur awareness of current political situation is low,i belive u r just a naive inexperience kid or u r sold by the other side of the story . pls read more educationally and cos u r ignorant of what this blog and other political intellectual blog is about.ppl like u would be very afraid of ur own shadow and fear to hear the truth or face the facts.

  106. shaydflin says:

    WTF

  107. matrix says:

    rage,

    No wonder u choose ur self this name, clearly, it is too much rage in your head until u can’t even think straight. No offence, i read it from your comments.

  108. shaydflin says:

    Dear rage,

    If this is hurting me, then it will hurt many other innocent Malaysian like me who are so naive and stupid about current politics in Malaysia as you said. There are plenty other stupid Malaysian like as you said and million.

    So a few of you want to disturb million of us? Go ahead, the hurts will come back to you as if spiting on your own face. Beware of the intolerance of stupid people like me as you said.

  109. rage says:

    respect ur opinion, point taken , thanks for ur feedback. i hope both of respect my opinion while i respect yours.
    and to both of u, god bless us fellow malaysians whether i on rage or not .
    thank u so much for appreciating what i say .good nite

  110. shaydflin says:

    Dear rage,

    Reading your comments written in bad English already showing your are of low class in the education, Probably from Bentong schools.

    So you want to be a teacher to stupid people like me?. Go ahead no heart feeling heh.

  111. rage says:

    boy,
    last words, i said ingnorant not intolerance, seems u prefer intolerance , i respect u, if u r nice ,i still got the hp no of the GRO who like anal intercourse.she hot ha ha. but if u like the guy in my story, last heard he was dead a decade ago.he is over the hill, utoo bad.

  112. rage says:

    i am a businessman not a grammar teacher, thank u for paying attention to the details of my story, i am glad i make money thro business not writing for a profit . that the bottomline. perhap if u focus on knowledge u will too. u r fun to me as i wanted to log off , u amuse me. by the way, boy, i wish u luck. god bless u whoever u are.please work hard and smart to earn money.if u have enough money . God bless u too.

  113. shaydflin says:

    Lowly educated and a low moral profile, you shouldn’t be allowed to comment here.

  114. shaydflin says:

    rage, blind me, Probably I am richer than you think I am.

  115. tulipano says:

    Flag… It’s one of the things I never felt comfortable looking at.

    The country I am living in now was three countries before. Befor that, there were even more countries. What it is now is just the result of assimulation policies after colonisation.

    For me there is no flag, untill the day when everyone can have his/her own flag.

  116. wits0 says:

    A Flag is a Symbolism used by all the countries of the World. Like all Symbolism, what matters ultimately is the actual quality and nature of that Symbolism it supposedly conveys.

  117. jeff says:

    Raising a country flag where the government practice racial n religion discrimination policy on its citizens is really not necessary, let alone upside down, unless those racist ministers understand the implication and remove unfair and unjust national policy toward all its citizens, but i do respect individual has right to hang his flag whatever way he likes.

  118. machitam says:

    i feel sorry for this “rage” guy…er..or…gay….er…whatever
    his story is weirdo. i think maybe that incident when he was 15 yrs old really effect his life.

    …the burly guy have been haunting him or made him…..
    ….that GRO, did he do it or just…whatever…
    another “anak murid” confusedism…he
    ..he..heh..

  119. Terong says:

    Actually Filipinos settled in Malaysia,,, Indonesia… Studies shows that Astronesian people migrated from China to The Philippines and from there spreaded out…North to South…

  120. Obi Wan Kentucky says:

    Whoaa, everyone seems to be so enraged with this ‘Rage’ guy/gal/gay whoever you are buddy…

    Don’t worry Rage, I ain’t mad at ya.

    I just don’t understand a word you’re saying…

  121. Menyalak-er says:

    What on earth is happening here? Personal insults and vindictiveness, a sign of the times perhaps… C’mon guys be civil and listen to the other guys point of view, even if it means poor language construction, syntax or whatever, don’t criticise others for their lack… its the crux of their ‘idea’ at hand.
    Surely all of you don’t want to behave like those on the ‘other’ side, whichever side that might be – by all means argue, rant and rave; but please lah no rage.
    We’ve are not all beserkers, amokers, psycopaths yet…
    Pax.

  122. khairuddin says:

    Stupid Suan,

    If U don’t wanna fly the flag, don’t..stop giving excuses you stupid inconsiderate cow…go migrate..perhaps maybe you already have..then good riddance you bitch

  123. chaptokam says:

    khairuddin , lets be civilised , give your point or opinion , calling names and giving uncalled for remarks are not part of our culture .

  124. maxtor says:

    Ni yang sampai nak terbalik2 bendera ni apa cerita ni. Tak perlu buat macam tu dalam keadaan sekarang ni, keadaan sekarang tidak seteruk itu. Ini dah macam tak menghormati. Tak perlu gelabah sampai tahap macam ni. Cuba bertenang sikit.

  125. CYBERBOY says:

    CRIMINALS ALSO LOVE TO FLY THE FLAG IN THIS COUNTRY….

    CORRUPT PEOPLE LOVE IT THE MOST….

    ALL THESE PEOPLE “LOVE” THE COUNTRY. THEY LOVE THIS COUNTRY BECAUSE THEY CAN SCREW THE PEOPLE OF THIS COUNTRY UPSIDE DOWN.

    TO ME. THEY ARE THE REAL TRAITORS PRETENDING TO BE NATIONALISTIC.

  126. […] “As long as we have a racist government and racist policies, we do not have MERDEKA. So, why is there a need for a Malaysian flag, upright or upside down? … So for me, sorry, guys and gals, there will be no flags. Until, a “real” new Malaysia is here. -Susan Loone- […]

  127. flag bearer says:

    the implication of disrespect to the flag is not accepting the principle for what the flag stood for,Malaysia and its basic doctrines in particular RUKUN NEGARA.Disregarding that shows immaturity, disloyalty and lack of patriotism.I wonder if they can sing the NegaraKu correctly or speak the nationl languge correctly and fluently as a show of commitment to the nation.action proves more than words.How much have we done for the nation than just to drspise n critisize.Freedom of opinion.

  128. wits0 says:

    “How much have we done for the nation than just to drspise n critisize.”

    How would you know about the nameless government servants, e.g., of the past who quietly were made to sacrifice a lot for the nation under certain mean general orders that did NOT paying for working overtime – under the imposed exigency of service thing, for a very long time? One example was being medical doctor in the gomen service. Ask Menyelak-er, e.g.

  129. hutchrun says:

    “How much have we done for the nation than just to drspise n critisize.”

    That`s the best advertisement in justifying May13, and now carried on by MARA students, UMNO and co-flag bearers the MCA. MIC doesn`t count as they are still descended from “prostit*tes”.

  130. hutchrun says:

    Haha the Malaysian Educational system for flag bearers:

    Menurut pengalaman New Straits Times punya Deputy group editor-in-chief yang lalu, Datuk Hishamuddin Aun, dalam satu temuduga dengan seorang calon wartawan:

    Hisham: How many are there in your family?

    Calon: I number three.

    Hisham: What does your father do?

    Calon: Father die already.

    Hisham: What does your mother do?

    Calon: Mother not yet die.

    http://tonypua.blogspot.com/2008/08/college-to-institution-form-or.html

    My comment: With ethnic cleansing in the NST, the candidate probably got the job.

  131. zam88 says:

    why you all want to raising malaysian flag?thats our national proud.if you all still want to do that you all same like the barbarian or maybe like pirate!

  132. СЕО says:

    Не пора бы вам начать монетизировать ваш блог?

  133. rider says:

    What uncultured mentality some of you ‘amoks’ posess? You dont like the blog then leave it alone, calling the blogger ‘bitch’ and asking people to leave the country (migrate) just shows the mental block that you have which cares not for diplomacy and shows your incompetence. How will you survive globally if you can’t reason sensibly? By begging…???

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