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"And we have created from WATER every living thing. Will they not then believe?", Q 21:30

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Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Housewife whipped for refusing new sex positions


Saturday December 22, 2012

Housewife whipped for refusing new sex positions


A HOUSEWIFE claimed her husband assaulted her when she refused to try out sex positions shown in pornographic films.

She also told Guang Ming Daily that the husband, who is addicted to online porn sites, had demanded sex from her almost every day.

“If I turn him down, he'll whip me with his belt,” said the woman, adding that the husband would be glued to his computer the moment he returned home from work.

She said she couldn't leave the husband, with whom she has a 17-year-old daughter, because she was not financially independent.

Women, Family and Community Development Ministry adviser Heng Seai Kie has urged the couple to undergo counselling.

She said that if a wife was forced to have sex with her husband, she could file a lawsuit against him under the Domestic Violence Act. ~the star

Monday, December 24, 2012

AES: Four burnt to death



Again we are shock today by a horrid accident that leaves a family of four burnt to death in a freak car bus collision.  It is tragic enough to justify any means necessary including AES.

Again sorry for those who loss may U all do not belong to those anti AES scum. Ironically, its not really nice to hope that those who involved were anti AES loved one, yet deep inside many had highly hoped so.

So that those scum who prone to politicize everything might swallow his own hard bitter medicine that everyday he threw at AES to win vote for his adored useless only knew to object party irrespective whether the issue is for the greater good or not.

However i stood on the side that AES shouldn't be privatize to concession company, or by any profit means necessary, it must be kept true public aiming for education purpose only.

Let us push those political scum to drop the 'no to AES' campaign and replace it to 'no privatization'.

We the rakyat should keep together not to oppose AES completely but its privatization or it will end up like our tolls, after 30 years yet they keep charging us and what's better sarcastically, instead of the more you pay the lesser it will go, its rates keep hiking instead of going down.


Thursday, December 20, 2012

PACAK LANGIT MURAH


07 Jun 2013


Adakah anda mempunyai masalah mengekalkan ketegangan? Tegang sewaktu bercumbu tetapi lembik apabila hendak melakukan hubungan penetratif? Risau rumahtangga anda akan berakhir jika masalah berlarutan? Tahukah anda bahawa Allah tidak turunkan suatu penyakit tanpa penawarnya! 

Kami ada ikhtiarnya, kapsul herba PACAK LANGIT.

Hanya sebiji sahaja untuk:
•    Merawat kegagalan erektil
•    Merawat Pancutan Pramatang
•    Meningkatkan libido
•    Meningkatkan pengeluaran air mani
•    Memanjangkan tempoh ereksi
•    Merawat masalah Prostat
•    Membersihkan buah pinggang
•    Meningkatkan tenaga dan stamina

Satu cara yang yang Paling Mudah dan Paling Selamat untuk mencapai ketegangan MAKSIMA - hanya dengan sebiji mutiara - 100% asli tanpa sebarang bahan kimia.

Cara Penggunaan

Telan sebiji setengah jam sebelum bersama;

Kesan akan dirasai antara setengah jam ke lima jam selepas itu bergantung kepada faktor usia dan kesihatan anda.

Paling bagus, telan sebiji sebelum tidur dan lakukan hubungan keesokan paginya selepas bangun.

BOLEH DIMAKAN SEBAGAI SUPLIMEN untuk menjaga kesihatan batin, disyorkan makan SEBIJI untuk 3 hari atau 2 hari, tetapi jangan makan lebih daripada sebiji sehari.

Buat tempahan sekarang bermula dengan 1 botol Pearl plus untuk mendapatkan kesan dan rangsangan yang diingini selama ini .

Jangan malu tidak bertempat, bukan nak berzina TAPI hendak selamatkan rumahtangga.

NOTA KHAS

SEKIRANYA TUAN MENGHADAPI MASALAH ERECTILE DYSFUNTION ATAU KATA MUDAH YANG BIASANYA DIPANGGIL ‘ MATI PUCUK’ , DICADANGKAN TUAN MEMAKAN 10 KAPSUL PEARL PACAK LANGIT SELAMA 10 HARI BERTURUT-TURUT. SELEPAS 10 HARI , REHAT 1 HARI DAN TERUSKAN MAKAN SELAMA 10 HARI LAGI . INSYALLAH KELAKIAN ANDA AKAN KEMBALI SEMULA . TIDAK RUGI ANDA MENCUBANYA !!!


Harga

1 botol = 10 biji: RM40 + RM17 (wang pos luar Sabah) /RM7 (dalam Sabah)
3 botol = 30 biji: RM100 (terhad) + RM17 (wang pos luar Sabah) / RM7 (dalam Sabah)

Wang POS

RM17 tidak kira kuantiti ke luar Sabah/ RM7 ke dalam Sabah.

Cara membuat tempahan

1. Sila telefon atau sms DAHULU bagi mengetahui ada stok atau tidak. Tel: 010 378 6114 en M.

2. Bank in/ 3rd party transfer ke akaun maybank: 1551 7100 0549 Nama: MOHAMAD BIN AYOB (pastikan nombor akaun dan nama betul jika tidak mahu kehilangan wang)

3. Selepas membuat pembayaran sila sms-kan butir-butir berikut:
 i- Nama
 ii- Alamat
 ii- Tarikh & Masa pembayaran
 iii- Kuantiti & jumlah bayaran (termasuk wang pos)
 iv- reference number di tranfer slip

4. Penghantaran dalam masa 3 hari bekerja.


Bagaimanakah Pacak Langit Pearl mula dicipta?


Pacak Langit ini mula dihasilkan oleh arwah datuk saya di kampung Kuala Sanglang, Perlis semenjak hampir 80 tahun dahulu. Hanya melalui "word of mouth" beliau sentiasa dikunjungi oleh sebegitu ramai pesakit dari sekitar Perlis, Kedah dan juga P.Pinang yang ingin mendapatkan rawatan untuk pelbagai masalah dari segi seksual atau kesihatan am. Segala ubat - ubat dan minyak - minyak beliau hasilkan sendiri dengan menggunakan pelbagai jenis akar - akar kayu yang juga dicarinya sendiri.

Ubat pacak langit pada asalnya adalah gabungan akar - akar kayu yang perlu direbus selama sekurang - kurangnya sejam dan diminum setiap pagi untuk merawat kesemua masalah utama lelaki iaitu kurang bertenaga, kurang bernafsu, masalah ketegangan dan juga masalah pancutan pramatang. Dengan perkembangan zaman, Pacak langit dihasilkan pula dalam bentuk kapsul setelah ekstrak dari akar - akar kayu tersebut diasingkan dan diproses untuk dijadikan dalam bentuk serbuk.

Semenjak dari ini, pacak langit mula dipasarkan dengan lebih meluas lagi di kedai - kedai ubat di kawasan utara Semenanjung. Melihat potensi Pacak Langit untuk di pasarkan ke seluruh negara dan dunia, ayah saya, yang kini telah mengambil alih tugas-tugas pembuatan Pacak Langit, telah mendapatkan bantuan kewangan untuk membeli mesin-mesin dan juga membina sebuah kilang kecil untuk menghasilkan pacak langit dan lain-lain ubat dan minyak secara komersial.

Pacak Langit Pearl dihasilkan 100% dari bahan - bahan herba akar kayu dengan menggunakan mesin yang higenik. Untuk setiap pembelian, anda akan menerima 10 biji Pacak Langit Pearl beserta panduan penggunaan di dalam botol yang berlabel dengan seal kedap udara untuk mengekalkan kesegarannya. Selepas botol dibuka, Pacak Langit Pearl boleh bertahan selama 6 bulan!


Kandungan Kapsul Pacak Langit Pearl Plus

Eurycoma Longifolia

Eurycoma Longifolia adalah antara herba aphrosidiac yang terkuat di dunia. Digunakan semenjak dahulu lagi oleh penduduk di sekitar Asia Tenggara untuk meningkatkan daya seksual dan juga kesihatan badan keseluruhan

Ginkgo Biloba

Ginkgo Biloba adalah antara herba yang paling banyak dikaji di seluruh dunia. Ianya berfungsi untuk menggalakkan pengaliran oksigen ke otak dan juga membantu meningkatkan keupayaan jantung, paru - paru dan alat kelamin untuk berfungsi.

Tribulus Terrestris

Tribulus Terrestris digunakan untuk meningkatkan tenaga tubuh badan, meningkatkan keinginan seksual dan membantu menyegarkan sistem reproduktif lelaki dan wanita.

Butea Superba

Butea Superba membantu meningkatkan pengaliran darah ke kawasan kelamin dan mengekalkannya untuk membantu memberikan ketegangan yang lebih sempurna secara berterusan. Ramuan ini baru sahaja ditambahkan ke dalam Pacak Langit Pearl Plus setelah kajian mendapati dengan menambahkan bahan ini, kesan panas yang terhasil dari tongkat ali dapat dihilangkan untuk menjadikan Pacak Langit Pearl Plus ini boleh digunakan tanpa sebarang kesan kepada pengguna.

Ubi Jaga

Ubi Jaga digunakan semenjak dahulu lagi sebagai aphrosidiac untuk lelaki. Ianya terbukti berkesan untuk meningkatkan keupayaan seksual lelaki dengan meningkatkan kandungan hormon testosterone.


*Kami bukan tukang rumah untuk baiki tangga rumah tapi kami ada ikhtiar untuk baiki rumah tangga.


Masalah yang dikenal pasti:

1. Tidak ada masalah tentang produk malahan repeat order lagi.

2. Tetapi penghantaran ada masalah dengan CityLink courier - ada dua kes di mana barang tidak sampai walaubagaimana pun setelah dikomplein baru barang dihantar. Bagi menyelesaikan masalah itu sila hubungi CityLink Customer Service di 03 50 333 800 dan beri no tracking yang saya hantar kepada anada atau lebih mudah sila hubungi saya kemnbali saya akan komplein untuk anda. Syarikat penghantaran lain buat masa ini tiada masalah!

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Policeman's son shot dead while attempting robbery


Tuesday December 18, 2012

Man killed in robbery bid
By STEVEN DANIEL
stevend@thestar.com.my


Crime scene: Police personnel removing the suspect’s body from the store in Taman Sri Rampai, Setapak.

KUALA LUMPUR: A robber, believed to be a policeman's son, was shot dead while his accomplice fled with a gunshot wound after they tried to rob a 24-hour convenience store in Setapak here.

A store worker suffered a minor cut to his throat in yesterday's 4.40am incident in Taman Sri Rampai.

Members of a task force set up to investigate robberies at 24-hour convenience stores had stumbled upon the culprits while they were trying to rob the store, said city CID chief Asst Comm Khairi Ahrasa.

He said the two men had come to the store on a motorcycle, which had fake registration plates.

“At the time, four people were working. One of the suspects held a parang to the cashier's neck and asked him to hand over money from the register.

“However, the suspect panicked when he saw a police MPV pulling up in front of the store,” said ACP Khairi.

He added that the suspect, 19, then aimed his parang at the policemen, who were forced to open fire.

The suspect died at the scene when a bullet hit his chest. His accomplice, believed to have also been shot, fled on foot. The cashier suffered a minor cut from the parang.

It is learnt that the dead robber, whose identity is being withheld, is a son of a General Operations Force policeman.

Police, who have retrieved a CCTV footage which captured the incident, are on the lookout for the other suspect.

The case has been classified as voluntarily causing hurt during a robbery and attempted murder.

Further investigations revealed the store had been robbed 15 times this year.

During the same period, 31 robbery cases involving 24-hour convenience stores in the Wangsa Maju area were reported. ~the star

gf: ironic

Friday, December 14, 2012

An antagonist



Ill-will.

In 2011 I accompany a student who made ​​it to a game in another district.

I had the most wonderful experience that year, met a bunch of unique and friendly characters.

Although I'm short on fund that year, I met a generous character that we share everything and made that trip worthwhile.

In 2012, once again I accompany another student who made it in a game to another district, not in the same location as last year.

Unfortunately, this year wasn't as much fun as last year, yet quite disappointing, many of last year faces couldn't make it and was replaced by new faces.

Adding insult to injury, there was an antagonist amongst us, the much expected last year fun to continue was diminished by this one character.

From that moment I never sees a goatee as the same again adding the last straw when he is an animus with bad mouth.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

McD to close 110 branches in Japan



From Yahoo!News.co.jp:

On November 1, McDonald’s Holdings Company Japan,revealed that it will close 110 stores within the next year. Profits are rapidly declining through things such as a 2.2% decrease in sales by the end of September in stores that had seen positive growth for eight years prior to the last period (December 2011), and the company is planning to take measures to relieve the problem.

Since the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, McDonald’s has faced severe competition from retail chains that are providing better ready-meal alternatives to home-cooked food, as well as money-saving home-cookers. Eiko Harada, CEO of McDonald’s Japan stated with a severe expression on his face that, ‘The forecast was wildly inaccurate’.

Stores with bad profits, such as small stores that cannot offer all the menu items, will be closed. The closing cost of about ¥1.4 billion will be included in this term’s balance sheet. The company had already closed 433 stores in 2010 to strengthen profitability, but since, according to Harada, ‘McDonald’s is more sensitive to our customer’s sense of satisfaction after the earthquake’, they have decided that further optimization was necessary.

A Japanese branch of McDonald’s thanks customers as it prepares to close after thirty years of business.
Between July and September this year, the recovery from last year’s slump from the earthquake and electricity conservation has not been as large as expected. In addition, delivery service will be expanded from the current 17 stores to 250 stores in the next term to fight ready-meals and domestic dining.

According to the company’s consolidated balance sheet published today, the existing stores’ sales has decreased 1.1% to ¥220.7 billion, and their operating profits has decreased 17.8% to ¥17.7 billion. The performance leaves the current prediction unchanged, but the hurdle for success is high.

~Whilst Zionist war machines continues to murder Palestine babies, owh yes they only retaliate to Hamas puny rocket attack, eventhou the land wasn't theirs (zionist) to begin with, what is the point of retaliation, give them back their land, free Palestine now! 

Malaysian shamelessly turn a blind eye, baby killer!

Friday, November 16, 2012

Itulah kali pertama saya melihat Hasmah menangis.


KISAH SEBENAR MASALAH JANTUNG TUN MAHATHIR MOHAMAD
Filed Under ( berita pisau ) by Pisau Dotnet on 15.11.12

Saya perlu yakin terhadap doktor tempatan dan saya tahu, kalau saya sendiri tidak menunjukkan contoh maka orang lain tidak akan percaya kepada perkhidmatan perubatan kita.

Tun M- Kali pertama saya berasa sakit dalam dada adalah kira-kira sebulan sebelum mengalami serangan jantung pada 1989. Bagaimanapun waktu itu, saya tidak mengendahkannya. Saya berada di Genting Highlands bagi menghadiri perjumpaan alumni Kolej Perubatan King Edward VII. Ramai rakan sekelas dan anak-anak mereka hadir serta bergembira. Saya sedang memerhatikan mereka apabila beberapa orang anak muda menarik saya ke lantai tarian. Sewaktu menari, saya berasa sesak nafas dan sakit dada, tetapi kesakitan itu hilang apabila saya duduk. Keesokannya, saya menunggang kuda dan sekali lagi berasa sesak nafas dan sakit dada. Saya tidak mahu menerima keadaan itu sebagai tanda-tanda serangan jantung, jadi saya tidak memberitahu sesiapa dan berharap masalah itu akan berlalu sendiri. Walaupun kita seorang doctor dan tahu tanda-tanda penyakit, kita lazimnya enggan mengaku yang kita mungkin ada masalah berkenaan.


Ketika itu, saya tidak membuat pemeriksaan kesihatan berjadual. Saya cuma ingat pernah sekali menjalani pemeriksaan rapi di London atas nasihat doktor apabila mengalami sedikit masalah tekanan darah. Ia benar-benar mengganggu sebab pemeriksaan itu mengambil masa yang lama dan saya dipaksa mengguna mesin pengukur denyutan jantung, iaitu ECG yang membonjol di pinggang saya. Lebih-lebih lagi apabila menghadiri satu majlis makan malam dengan membawa mesin itu sehingga nampak seolah-olah saya menyelitkan pistol di pinggang.


Sebulan selepas perjumpaan di Genting Highlands, saya bersama-sama Hasmah dan suami Marina makan malam di sebuah restoran Thai di The Mall bagi meraikan hari jadi Mokhzani walaupun dia sendiri tidak hadir. Kami sepatutnya berempat, tetapi Marina juga tidak dapat datang. Jadi yang ada hanya Hasmah, Didier (bekas suami Marina) dan saya. Bagaimanapun, kami sudah menempah makanan untuk empat orang dan saya akhirnya makan bahagian yang sepatutnya dimakan oleh Marina – mungkin disebabkan kesempitan hidup pada zaman perang menyebabkaan saya tidak suka membazir makanan. Apabila kami sampai di rumah, saya mula rasa sakit di dada dan kesukaran bernafas seperti sebelumnya. Kali ini, kesakitan itu tidak reda. Saya cuba baring dan duduk, tetapi masih berasa sakit. Hasmah menelefon seorang pakar di Hospital Besar Kuala Lumpur, iaitu Dr Jimmy Eapen. Beliau rakan sekelas saya di Kolej Perubatan. Hasmah memberitahunya tanda-tanda masalah yang saya hadapi dan Jimmy datang serta-merta. Beliau membuat diagnosis yang saya mengalami serangan jantung, tetapi beliau perlu pulang ke rumah untuk mengambil mesin ECG mudah alih. Apabila mesin itu mengesahkan yang ia memang serangan jantung, saya serta-merta dibawa ke hospital. Saya fikir saya boleh berjalan, tetapi mereka mendesak supaya saya menggunakan kerusi roda.


Saya sepatutnya sudah tahu yang ia adalah serangan jantung kerana tanda-tandanya memang jelas. Sakit dada dan sesak nafas yang saya alami ketika menari dan menunggang kuda sebelum itu menepati tanda-tanda serangan jantung. Serangan jantung juga boleh dicetuskan oleh kebimbangan mengenai perjalanan yang jauh atau terlalu banyak makan. Memang pada malam di restoran Thai itu saya makan berlebihan. Saya sepatutnya tidak mengabaikan kesakitan kali pertama dan segera menerima hakikat yang saya sebenarnya mengalami serangan jantung.


Saya dimasukkan ke Hospital Besar Kuala Lumpur pada malam 17 Januari 1989. Di sana, Datuk Dr Robaayah Zambahari mengesahkan yang saya diserang sakit jantung dan memberikan satu suntikan bagi mengurangkan kesakitan. Beliau kemudian memberitahu Hasmah agar menghubungi semua anggota keluarga kami dan ini menyebabkan kami sedar betapa seriusnya keadaan waktu itu. Beliau juga menghubungi Tun Ghafar Baba yang ketika itu Timbalan Perdana Menteri untuk memaklumkan apa yang sedang berlaku.


Selepas selesai pemeriksaan biasa, mereka memutuskan bahawa saya perlu menjalani ujian angiogram, iaitu pemeriksaan radiografi ke saluran jantung sejurus selepas disuntik bahan radiolegap ke saluran darah. Kebetulan, Dr Simon Stertzer, pakar jantung dari California berada di rantau ini lalu beliau diminta hadir ketika ujian angiogram dijalankan. Dr Stertzer dan Dr Robaayah merumuskan bahawa saya mengalami serangan jantung yang memerlukan pembedahan. Mereka memberi saya pilihan sama ada mahu menjalani pembedahan di Amerika Syarikat atau Kuala Lumpur. Tanpa ragu-ragu, saya memilih untuk menjalani pembedahan di dalam negara. Saya perlu yakin terhadap doktor tempatan dan saya tahu, kalau saya sendiri tidak menunjukkan contoh maka orang lain tidak akan percaya kepada perkhidmatan perubatan kita. Sebelum itu, semua orang kenamaan Malaysia berubat di luar negara, tetapi saya tahu yang Datuk Dr Rozali Wathooth telah berjaya melakukan pembedahan jantung di Hospital Besar Kuala Lumpur. Beliau bagaimanapun sudah meninggalkan hospital Kerajaan dan bekerja dengan Pusat Perubatan Subang Jaya atau Subang Jaya Medical Centre (SJMC). Namun masih ada pakar jantung yang lain di Hospital Besar Kuala Lumpur, termasuk Tan Sri Dr Yahya Awang. Saya tahu Dr Yahya mempunyai banyak pengalaman dan saya memutuskan untuk menyerahkan nasib saya kepada beliau.


Sebagai seorang doktor, saya maklum risiko pembedahan tersebut. Saya sedar kemungkinan yang saya tidak akan selamat daripada pembedahan kerana waktu itu ia bukanlah prosedur biasa. Orang ramai masih takut untuk membenarkan doktor membelah dada mereka dan melakukan sesuatu ke atas jantung mereka. Saya meyakinkan diri bahawa kalau memang sudah ditakdirkan saya akan mati, apa yang boleh saya lakukan. Saya menyerahkannya kepada Allah SWT dan kemahiran pakar bedah. Bunyinya mungkin agak dramatik sekarang kerana ramai pesakit yang telah berjaya menjalani pembedahan jantung. Namun sebaik sahaja saya menerima hakikat kematian, saya berasa cukup tenang.


Saya berehat selama empat hari sebelum menjalani angiogram yang mengesahkan bahawa saya memerlukan pembedahan. Dr Stertzer sekali lagi memberi pilihan kalau saya mahu menjalani pembedahan di California, Amerika Syarikat walaupun beliau sendiri mengakui yang Dr Yahya juga sama cekap dengan mana-mana pakar bedah di Amerika. Apabila tinggal saya dan Hasmah di dalam bilik, saya meminta Hasmah memanggil Dr Yahya. Sebaik sahaja Dr Yahya masuk, tanpa banyak bicara saya terus memberitahunya yang saya mahu beliau melakukan pembedahan. Saya kenal rapat dengan ayah beliau, Dr Awang yang juga adalah seorang doktor yang baik dan menjadi Ahli Parlimen serentak dengan saya pada 1964-69. Sewaktu saya diserang sakit jantung, Dr Awang sudah pun menjadi Gabenor Pulau Pinang.


Kemasukan ke hospital menghalang saya daripada menghadiri mesyuarat mingguan kabinet setiap Rabu. Doktor juga memberi amaran yang saya tidak boleh menerima pelawat, dan Hasmah memutuskan yang beliau sendiri akan memantau arahan itu. Ramai orang datang dan mendesak agar dibenarkan menjenguk saya, tetapi Hasmah sangat tegas. Beliau hanya membenarkan beberapa orang sahaja mengintai saya dari luar bilik ketika saya terbaring kerana diberi ubat pelali. Ada satu pilihan raya kecil waktu itu dan khabar angin tersebar luas mangatakan saya sakit tenat. Malah ada yang berkata bahawa saya sudah mati. Hasmah tidak pernah meninggalkan hospital dan berada di sisi saya sepanjang masa. Dr Robaayah menawarkan untuk memberi beliau ubat tidur pada malam pertama saya dimasukkan ke hospital, tetapi beliau bertekad untuk berjaga bagi memastikan tidak ada sesiapa datang mengganggu saya.


Pada malam sebelum pembedahan, Perdana Menteri Singapura ketika itu, Lee Kuan Yew membuat panggilan telefon kira-kira jam 10. Beliau amat bimbang dan bercakap dengan Hasmah kerana waktu itu saya sudah pun diberikan ubat sebagai persediaan untuk menjalani pembedahan. Lee meminta Hasmah supaya memujuk saya menangguhkan pembedahan sebab beliau ada menyediakan sepasukan ahli perubatan untuk terbang ke Kuala Lumpur. Pakar bedah terkemuka, Dr Victor Chang, seorang rakyat Singapura menetap di Australia dicadangkan untuk melakukan pembedahan itu. Menurut Lee, Dr Chang mempunyai pengalaman cukup luas setelah melakukan lebih 1,000 pembedahan jantung. Lee kemudian bertanya Hasmah siapa yang akan membedah saya. Hasmah menyebut nama Dr Yahya yang Lee tidak pernah dengar, dan Hasmah memberitahunya bahawa saya sudah pun membuat keputusan dan ahli keluarga bersetuju dengan saya. Hasmah mengucapkan terima kasih kepada beliau dan berjanji akan menghubunginya apabila pembedahan selesai. Hasmah tahu bahawa sekali saya sudah membuat keputusan, saya tidak akan mengubahnya. Apa yang saya ketahui kemudian adalah Lee bukan sahaja menghubungi Hasmah, malah beliau turut meminta Tun Daim Zainuddin agar memujuk Hasmah. Walaupun kami mempunyai banyak perbezaan pendapat untuk sekian lama, saya amat menghargai sikap ambil berat beliau itu.


Tiga anak lelaki kami berada di luar Kuala Lumpur ketika itu manakala Marina pula di Singapura. Ineza, anak perempuan Marina sedang tidur di dalam buaian di bilik kami. Dalam tergesa-gesa hendak membawa saya ke hospital, Hasmah hampir meninggalkan cucu kami terkunci di dalam bilik. Nasib baik pada saat akhir Hasmah teringat lalu memindahkan buaian Ineza ke biliknya. Marina dan Mokhzani yang ketika itu berada di Miri terbang pulang keesokannya. Mukhriz pula di Boston manakala Mirzan di Philadelphia, Amerika Syarikat. Kedua-dua mereka sempat pulang sehari sebelum pembedahan. Sejurus sebelum pembedahan, pihak hospital membawa masuk Hasmah dan anak-anak kami seorang demi seorang untuk mencium saya. Itulah kali pertama saya melihat Hasmah menangis.


Masalahnya sebagai doktor, kita tahu apa yang akan dilakukan ke atas kita sewaktu pembedahan. Dalam pembedahan jantung, mereka akan menghentikan fungsi jantung dan paru-paru serta mengalirkan darah kita melalui mesin jantung dan paru-paru. Saya kurang senang dengan kaedah itu, terutama kerana prosedur tersebut masih baru dan peralatan yang digunakan tidaklah secanggih hari ini. Tun Hussein Onn menjalani pembedahan pintasan koronari di London dan beliau tidak pulih sepenuhnya selepas itu. Seorang lagi orang kenamaan yang turut menjalani pembedahan seperti itu ialah Datuk Jaafar Hassan, bekas Menteri Besar Perlis. Beliau meninggai dunia tidak lama kemudian. Saya bertanya Dr Yahya bagaimana beliau dan pasukannya akan membelah dada saya. Katanya, mereka menggunakan gergaji elektrik. "Terima kasih banyak-banyak," jawab saya, sambil menambah: "Tak perlulah saya tahu lebih lanjut lagi."


Mereka mengangkat saya ke atas troli dan menolak ke dewan bedah. Saya masih dapat melihat samar-samar siling hospital sewaktu melalui koridor dan memasuki ruang tara bersebelahan dewan bedah. Saya dapat mendengar kata-kata perangsang daripada pakar bius yang sedang membius saya. Kemudian saya diangkat ke atas meja bedah dan disuruh mengira ke belakang bermula angka 10. Apabila sedar, saya sudah berada di bilik pemulihan. Dari aspek itu, pembedahan moden adalah satu ketakjudan.


Pembedahan mengambil masa kira-kira enam jam walaupun saya berasa tidak lebih dua saat sahaja. Keluarga sayalah yang terpaksa menunggu penuh debaran. Doktor mengambil urat dari kedua-dua kaki saya untuk membuat lima saluran pintasan. Dr Yahya dan Dr Rozali serta pembantu-pembantu mereka melakukannya dengan baik sekali dan tidak berlaku sebarang kerumitan. Hari ini, pembedahan terbuka seperti itu tidak diperlukan sangat kerana teknik angioplasti, iaitu perluasan semula saluran darah yang berpenyakit atau rosak dengan menggunakan sejenis dawai, lebih mudah dan kurang berbahaya. Selain itu, kawalan pemakanan dan senaman boleh mengurangkan kemungkinan berlaku aterosklerosis di mana saluran darah ke jantung menjadi sempit dan memungkinkan serangan jantung. Ada pihak berpendapat bahawa amalan pemakanan yang sihat boleh menyembuhan aterosklerosis, dan inilah yang sedang saya cuba amalkan sekarang…


Read more: http://www.pisau.net/2012/11/kisah-sebenar-masalah-jantung-tun.html#ixzz2CJCsqztu

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

An envious year


It has been five years I have serves moe, never before I took any leave and went home earlier than I supposed to, except this year which I have an important business to attend to, a once in a life time business, that the date already fixated.

All those years when I'm around until the last day, there never was any last minutes business call upon, except this envious year, approximately a month after final year exam NOTHING came in, when i just busily filling in for anybody's away,

Just on the day I suppose to fly, calls pours in maliciously, asking for this and that. Once I'm safely on the ground thousand kilometers away across the south China sea more calls came in malevolency asking for this and that.

Why there's NOTHING when I'm available !! I just took this one leave in five years for crying out loud!!! and suddenly all hell break lose?!!!

I remembered the task was just to photocopy their result and pass on to the head office once asked, I didn't recall any last minutes test has to be set up?!!

Even missing key has made big, more than one people asked U meaning they blame you, I have my own copy, and I seldom took the reserve key once in a while if i forget to bring one, four whole years, the key was there and didn't go anywhere until THIS year when I'm supposedly not around suddenly it's enviously gone?!!

Can anybody define me envy, malice, enmity, animosity, venom, spleen, rancor,  ill will, bad blood, animus, malevolence, evil intent, vindictivenee and malignity.

Saturday, November 3, 2012

The AES and fatal Kedah crash




Recent horrid car crash in Kedah shocks the nation, the crash leaves four deaths on the spot and one seriously injured.

Ironically, they're alive and kicking on the way to see their ill relative at the hospital, now the ill at the hospital is still alive and the one whose going to visit them died tragically.

In fighting fatal crashes the government has introduced the Automatic Enforcement System or prominently known as AES, it is a system that records automatically on camera, traffic offends such as speeding and rule breaking.

In the first phase, the system will be setup in Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Perak aiming at highly risked road where accident occurred the most.

The region where the system was installed will be mark with sign board to tip off the road user so they wouldn't be penalized but the utmost importantly is their safety as the region they're in is marked accident frequent.

Overall the system is aiming to educate the public rather than to punish them since various campaign and enforcement doesn't work to reduce road offends.

However, AES received an outcry throughout the nation as they claimed this system is trying to rob the rakyat's money? How true the claimed were is beyond me.

For those who oppose because they're among the rule breaker, the mat rempits and speeder, may they lost their love one in a horrid crash.

But I recently read this AES is more than meets the eye, it's a fork system of making profit in disguise of road safety campaign?

The evidence is, it was privatized to concession companies, if the government is sincere to educate than it shouldn't be privatize, hence, when privatize it is a public education no more rather than money making machine like PLUS and the like and syabas.

It is said that PLUS and the like are making millions everyday in profit, more than enough to maintain the road and pay their staff, instead toll charges continue to hike every year, for reasons God knows why.

However removing all tolls to me is unnecessary, we should keep some tolls with minimum charge particularly the north east highway for maintenance and convenience costs, whilst all tolls inside a city should be removed completely.

In Penang, toll Sg Nyior has been made famous in GE 2008 when a certain someone promise to remove it once winning, but until this very moment it is still standing, instead of walking the talk a signboard of diversion was build near it to parade the good deeds the state government did EXCEPT removing the toll.


Saturday, October 27, 2012

My first and ex boss is presently the Seremban PKR deputy chief




I was scouring the internet just now when I bump onto his blog, It is miraculous how things turned out to be, actually I'm planning something big by the end of this year and am thinking of letting them know, unfortunately he disabled his comment box, so I can't get to him.

But if U do come across this post, please do visit my fb page (its my name) for a very important message.

The year was mid 2005 to mid 2007, I landed in Seremban after six months of unemployment eating bugs and out of no where being offered a course in entrepreneurship, with a peanut allowance and accommodation, I grab it and went there.

After three months of in classroom training  finally they sent us for internship program with some company around Seremban. Where me and my girl friend (girl who is my friend) after a tough and competitive interview succeeded in a company specializing in human resource.

After three months we were hired as full time employees there.

It was a one and a half year journey as a new man, an employee, as an independent human being living under one's own expenses and under one's own supervision, previously I was a student 'sponsored' by PTPTN and living inside the campus under the University rules and regulations.

Back to my ex boss,

He did mention once in a while that he was among the pioneer of PKR, but at that time politic was out of my league, the only thing that interest me was to secure a secured job, if U know what I'm saying.

He's a perfectionist, overall I learnt a lot from him obviously in leadership, where he kept reiterating,

"Leadership has nothing to do with age, look at me I'm younger but I lead this company and those who is older has to answer to me", in a positive manner of course.

"When dealing with government personal, convey your message firmly with a smile, if you are not firm enough they'll eat u alive"

"Leadership is not the ability to manipulate others, but when u made clear your standpoint and cling on to it firmly" 

"A good leader must take the opportunity to scold his subordinate when they make mistake so that they knew whose the boss... and cover their own"

For one a half years surely there were issues, but I already forget it when I left the company in mid 2007, as a saying goes, "even the tongue got bitten once in a while".

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

An Ustaz who has 11 wives

Wives gang up against ‘ustaz’

HE is only 30 but the smooth talker, portraying himself as a pious and intelligent “ustaz”, has been married 11 times.

He is also good at forging documents to dupe authorities into believing he is either single or divorced.

His current and former wives, however, have got wise to his game and have rallied under a common Facebook account to gather more evidence to drag him to court, Metro Ahad said in a front-page report.

Twenty-four-year-old Naimah Ismail (not her real name) said she was married to the man for just four days before he walked out on her.

She is now seeking a fasakh (annulment of a marriage on valid grounds, such as negligence) from the man.

“I cannot say more as this case will be mentioned in court soon. I hope he can come to the syariah court to settle this,” she said, unsure if she was wife number 10 or 11.

Naemah said she came to know about the man's polygamous nature when a woman, claiming to share her husband, told her he has six other wives not counting at least four others he had divorced.

A woman, who gave her name only as Rajana, said she found out her husband had more than four wives through the social website that was opened by the other disgruntled wives.

“We will be lodging a police report against him so that the authorities can investigate how he could have seven wives at one time and be married 11 times,” said Rajana. ~the Star

Friday, October 19, 2012

Malaysian Afford 300% Duty's Car



Presently, I live in a terrace house in a housing area or taman perumahan. Each house is provided with a limited parking space that can sit two cars at a time. However there are no one house in that residential with only one car, including my house. Apparently, 90% of the resident there at least have two cars and 60% have more.

Problem occurred at 5 pm everyday, during weekends and gatherings, people park everywhere sometimes to an extend of property invasion, dreadfully, those with one too many car park in front of your house, and at their mercy gave U a skimpy space in front of your own property enough for U to ooze out and in, barely. If this happens once in a while, like at gathering or wedding ceremony, it is understandable, but what if it happens every weekends hell everyday? One can go mad and sometimes might loose it.

A few months ago, a political party in an effort to lure voters had made a promise to slash down car duties that will resulted in car price going down extremely, notably 50% cheaper, that is a whooping cut down, which made many has started eyeing on European cars.

Unfortunately, the way I see it and presented to you just now, people in Malaysia doesn't need cheap car. If one house equal one family has more than two cars at a time, it shows that people in Malaysia afford  cars with 300% duties.

So car price is not really an issue, the main issue regarding car price is what they do with that 300% duty? All duties is considered nation's income that suppose to be channeled to improve the rakyat's well being. If U asked me I would like to see more bike and bicycle lane install in major city and more subsidies to public transport, wheel of the poor. More subsidies put into gas will only benefit the rich with a warehouse of cars, collectible, so think about it before everybody goes amok every time the price of gas hiked.

No 2, the real issue is-rakyat Malaysia doesn't really need cheap car but they're in dire need of affordable house, isn't it obvious? One house too many cars? Its that elephant in the room. Property price all over Malaysia has gone through the roof, in Sandakan alone a single storey terrace with two bedrooms or a third floor apartment is worth not less than RM199, 000, a compact double storey cost u an arm and a leg of more than RM200,000 and let us not mention about semi D and the above or U might get a heart attack.

The call for the government to step in has sadly been ignored so far. Recent budget, RM1.9bil allocated to build 123, 000 affordable housing units is a mere planning, we don't know yet after the government of the day get reelected they will walk the talk, taken into example the Kota Belud road project worth purportedly  RM70mil has yet to be completed.

Even so there is no guaranteed silver lining in the new government either, look at Penang, even after government change the poor still been left out, every available land on the rock were sold to developers and the poor living there for generations had been rapidly cast away. The developer then will build luxury houses affordable only to the big towkay, sadly.


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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Circusly Election, an UPSI Dilemma



A friend of mine graduated from UPSI a few months ago, she did her diploma there.

Sadly UPSI doesn't work like UiTM where its diploma holder with qualified CGPA may be admitted automatically into their degree program.

UPSI doesn't give that pleasure to their own product regardless CGPA like anyone else.

Instead, their diploma holder is alienated and been treated like a non UPSian. UPSI made them go through the same process of application as STPM or non UPSI's diploma holder, that is to take Medsi for the second time and go through interviewing process again altogether, which student will likely be ousted at the interview phase.

Recently, campus elections had just ended.

There are two factions battling each other in every campus in Malaysia, namely the pro M and the pro A.

The pro M was reported as the left foot of the opposition inside every campus, while the pro A some say is the government of the day supporter, while other says, it is the true students voices.

Sadly, we may question the purpose of this election, I mean what's the point?

Fighting for more parking space? Lift ban on you tube? fish U, those are determine by the University authorities whether U like it or not

OR

Campaigning for political parties? Round up students for illegal rallies? also fish U!

They are two major problems facing UPSI's graduate, that is not who will govern next year or the need for a cleaner elections,

but,

posting uncertainty for the degree holder and underprivileged to further degree for the diploma holder.

How long has these mess been going on and how further it will go? When a group of student made it into TV3 and only then the matter been taken seriously and soon solved. If not, then nobody cares, ever.

Does these so called elected representative busily fighting for U student

or busily joining rallies with Adam Adli campaigning for the political parties?

In the end, may be U student should get all together and show your asses on your elected representative photo if this problem persist.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

AKU RACIST

Aku seorang yang racist. Aku bukan racist kepada Cina, India atau bangsa-bangsa lain tetapi aku racist kepada pendatang tanpa izin/haram yang menyemak kat dalam Malaysia ini.

Hari aku berasa sangat marah bila membaca surat khabar mengnai kisah seorang perempuan dirogol oleh 10 orang lelaki dan menjadi  bertambah marah bila yang melakukanya adalah pendatang haram/halal myanmar.

Aku teringat semasa belajr dan tinggal dia Kuala Lumpur dahulu. KLCC, Masjid Jamek, Pasar Seni dan Selayang memang dah jadi sarang pendatang-pendatang haram/halal terutama pada hujung minggu. Ada sekali aku sampai di Greenwood pada awal pagi dan menanti bas untuk balik ke kampus. Pada masa itu hanya aku seorang rakyat Malaysia, yang lainnya semua indonesia. Mereka semua bercakap dalam bahasa mereka yang aku langsung tak faham, masa tu aku terfikir "betul ke aku duduk Malaysia ?". Pada masa itu kawasan Gombak memang syurga pedatang haram terutama kawasan Kampung Sungai Pusu, Kampung Sungai Cincin dan sekitar-sekitar kawasan berbukit di kawsan situ. Aku pernah menemui saluran paip haram di hutan kawasan bukit tabuh (bukit yang di belakangnnya empangan klang gate) semasa mengikuti aktiviti mendaki di situ.

 Bagi aku pendatang haram/halal mudah membuat jenayah kerana majoriti yang datang ke Malaysia semuanya not educated or poorly educated atau bahasa orang kampung aku "bodoh/bangang". Bila dah bodoh mereka buat sesuka hati tanpa berfikir ( nak fikir apa dah bodoh) akibat perbuatan mereka. Pendatang haram lagi mudah nak buat jenanyah sebab mereka masuk secara haram, memang tiada rekod.

Pendatang-pendatang haram ni juga bukan setakat bawa masalah jenanyah tapi bawa penyakit. Mereka yang jadi pendatang haram/halal kat Malaysia majoritinya datang dari negara miskin seperti bangladesh. Jadi penjagaan kesihatan mereka tidak sebagus negara kita. Hampir semua pendatang-pendatang ini tak dapat suntikan imunisasi dari negara mereka. Jadi secara automatiknya mereka ni pembawa penyakit, yang kena kita rakyat Malaysia. Aku pernah sekali ketika naik bas dari JB ke KL. Kat seat belakang aku ada seorang indon yang asyik batuk (batuk dia bunyi lain macam) dari JB ke KL. Kalau lah indon tu ada penyakit TB, confirm semua orang dalam bas kena termasuk aku.

Bercakap pasal aku tak suka pendatang pernah sekali ada orang menyampuk "Kalau takde pendatang-pendatang ni, sapa yang nak keja kilang dan estet?". Bagus juga soalan orang tu haha. Pada pandangan aku yang tak berapa cerdik ni hehehe, masa tahun 80-an dan 90-an dahulu, semasa perindustrian di Malaysia sedang 'Meletup' dengan pesatnya, yang keja kilang masa tu semua orang Malaysia tak kira Melayu, Cina dan India. Istilah Mat Kilang dan Minah Karan memang merujuk kepada orang Malaysia yang kerja di kilang-kilnag pada waktu itu. Dulu jarang orang takde keja especially lepas SPM sebab keja kat kilang banyak. Pada hujung 90-an semua ni berubah bila pendatang diangkut beramai-ramai untuk berkeja di kilang -kilang di Malaysia. Puncanya, BOLEH BAYAR GAJI MURAH.

Apabila korporat menjadi keparat, mementingkan keuntungan semata-mata inilah akibatnya. Paling teruk "gomen pun sokong geng-geng depa ni pasai apa" kata salah seorang kawan aku. Pendatang dari nepal, bangladesh, indonesia dan lain-lain beri gaji bawah RM500 mereka akan kerja sebab bagi mereka bila di tukar kepada wang mereka akan menjadi banyak, beribu-ribu rupiah kalau di tukar di indonesia. Kalau orang Malaysia gaji RM500 mereka nak makan apa, kena pula yang dah berkahwin. Satu lagi pendatang-pendatang ni walaupun gaji sikit tapi mereka boleh buat part time dengan merompak dan pecah rumah orang. Aku teringat ketika seorang kwan aku yang berkerja dengan agensi membawa masuk pendatang halal ini dulu (sekarang dia dah insaf dan jadi cikgu haha), dia pernah membawa aku ke sebuah rumah yang di sewa oleh syarikatnya untuk pendatang-pendatang halal dari nepal. Rumah tersebut  di huni seramai lebih 30 orang dan pendatang nepal tersebut menggunakan basikal untuk ke kilang tempat mereka berkerja.

Bagi aku masalah jenayah dan kebanjiran pendatang-pendatang haram/halal ni berpunca dari sikap rakus korporat dan gomen pula yang menyokong mereka secara langsung dan tidak langsung. Di negara-negara maju seperti Jepun, pekerja buruh mereka majoriti orang tempatan. Mereka mementingkan peluang pekerjaan kepada penduduk mereka sendiri. Masalah di Malaysia pula disebabkan gaji tidak setimpal atau kena dengan keadaan semasa. Harga barang melambung tinggi tapi gaji masih lagi serupa pada zaman 70-an dan tak naik-naik. Bagi aku tak payah sibuk-sibuk cerita pasal negara maju dan negara pendapatang tinggi selagi ramai lagi orang Malaysia yang gaji mereka bawah RM500. Betul kita negara maju tp maju jika di bandingkan dengan negara seperti Bangladesh, Anggola, Sudan, Tanzania, Laos, Cambodia, Chad, Papua New Guinea, Eritrea, Somalia, Luanda, Mali......................................zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz












Sunday, September 30, 2012

5 reasons you're still single



5 reasons you're still single

Why you’re single 1: You have an unrealistic checklist

If your list of favourable traits is more than a couple of points long, it might be time to start editing it. A tall, dark, handsome man who loves washing up and never forgets an anniversary? A lady with blonde hair and blue eyes who loves watching football games and cooking dinner every evening? Good luck with that. If you don’t want a smoker or someone with children, that’s fine – decide on these absolute non-negotiables, but then overlook the ‘not-too-sure-about-this-but-could-probably-live-with-it’ points. When searching for your idea of a perfect partner, there’s a good chance that you’re bypassing many wonderful potential partners who probably have special qualities that you’d never even thought of adding to your list before.

Why you’re single 2: You reveal too much, too soon

Of course dates are all about sharing information about yourself and getting to know each other, but when you feel the need to share all about your last breakup, the medication you’re taking and your family troubles, it’s probably going to put this potential new partner off.  While you’re hoping that your date is thinking “wow, he/she is really interesting” they’re more likely to be thinking something along the lines of “is this really something I’d like to be involved with?” While it’s good to reveal enough information to keep your date interested, it’s really not a good idea to reveal a year’s worth of information in just one night.

Why you’re single 3: You’re too clingy

If you’ve known each other for five  minutes yet you suddenly start calling her throughout the day to see what she’s up to or you drop by his guys’ night in because you wanted to check up on him, you’re heading for a dating disaster. If this is you then please do forgive us if we sound harsh, but you need to get a life. Your potential gentleman or lady friend will find it attractive if you have a life of your own. Having your own hobbies and interests shows that you’re an interesting, well-rounded person and gives you plenty to talk about when you are together. It’s scary for your other half to feel as though they are your whole world. One foot out of place and your whole world comes crashing down? Ouch – that’s a lot of pressure.

Why you’re single 4: You fall for the wrong type

Whether it’s a lady with three children and a law degree or a short gentleman with a passion for the great outdoors who loves animals, most of us have a ‘type’ of person that we tend to be attracted to. If you’ve had a few failed relationships though, it might be time to start rethinking your ‘type’. Do you always fall for the type who likes to ‘play the field’? Or the type who works so hard that you never see them? If this is the case and it’s never worked out, it might be time to re-evaluate what you’d like in a partner. The mistake that many people make is sticking to one specific ‘type’ and watching the relationship fail time and time again. Psychotherapist Jill Murray highlights that many failed relationships happen because we believe that we can take this person under our wing and eventually change or ‘tame’ them. If you feel like you need to change them, they’re probably not your type after all.

Why you’re single 5: Your negativity reflects on the outside

It doesn’t matter how nice you feel in your new clothes or how confident you are with your new haircut, if you’re feeling negative, it’s going to show on the outside. If you’ve been on a string of unsuccessful dates, there’s a good chance you’ll not have the most positive vibes about this one either. Just because your best friend’s girlfriend cheated on him or your parent’s relationship broke up when you were young, this does not mean that the dating scene is the devil’s playground. While you may still need to kiss a few more frogs before you find your prince or princess, if you end up coming across the partner of your dreams but you feel grumpy thoughout the date, it’s likely that you’ll end up giving off a bad impression. Approach your date with an open mind and you quadruple your chances of it being successful! ~realbuzz

Monday, September 24, 2012

Made only in Malaysia


Hampir setahun rupanya aku tak post apa-apa kat blog ni.Bukan apa cuma malas je hahaha. Ada yang rindu ke hehe, siapa ynag rindu angkat tangan hahaha.

Aku bangga menjadi rakyat Malaysia yang gagah, gemilang dan terbilang tapi aku tak bangga guna product dan services buatan  kompeni Malaysia. Mesti yang akan kata aku tidak patriotik, tapi takde makna patriotik kalau pengguna asyik ke tipu & cekik.

Service yang aku bengang sekarang ialah internet. Kadang aku pelik jugak, loni zaman broadband ke, atau zaman beruk band. Kalau zaman broadband takdenya internet tu sangkut-sangkut & kadang-kadang tak boleh connect langsung. Bila buat report macam-macam alasan yang diberi, last-last pengguna jugak yang kena balik.Dah macam anjing menyalak bukit, takde apa-apa kesan. Bila part bayar nak cepat tapi servis hampeh. 

Aku rasa dalam Malaysia ni perjanjian antara pengguna dan kompeni memang berat sebelah serupa cerita Tan Sri P.Ramlee, 3 Abdul. Dialog dalam cerita tu,"Dalam perjanjian ini, apabila anakanda marah, anakanda kan di jual dan semua harta ayahanda rampas",  "Dan kalau ayahanda marah?", "Kalau ayahanda marah takde apa-apa hehe..". Situasi Malysia sekarang "Kena bayar, kalau tak nak bayar kami potong", "Tak nak bayar, servis macam hampeh", "Kalau tak nak bayar nanti jumpa kat mahkamah, hang tak baca ke, yang bintang kecik tu, dengan kanta baru nampak", "Siot @#$%&*". So itulah dalam Malaysia, kalau kat luar negara confirm dah kena saman, serupa kes airasia kena saman kat Australia sebab iklan meragukan. Kat Malaysia mana ada, kena tipu 24 jam. Sini korporat (keparat) first, baru pengguna kemudian.

Kalau part product atau barangan part otomobil paling best nak cerita hehe. Aku nasib baik la guna kereta buatan Malaysia tapi enjin jepun. Walapun dah 3 tahun guna, tak banyak masalah kecuali bahagian-bahgian kecil je yang tercabut. Kawan aku yang guna kereta buatan Malayisa yang satu lagi tu kurang bernasib baik.
Ada saja yang rosak, power window la, enjin la, macam-macam ada.  "Sebab harga keta mahal la aku pakai keta @#$% ni..." kata kawan aku tu. Aku tak nak cite lebih-lebiih part otomobil ni, nanti ada yang sedih time nak beli keta hehe. Jadi aku akhirkan post aku di sini, takut nanti ada yang bising hahaha.

*sorry takde gambr, internet slow, nak loading gambar pun lambat

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Let all Malaysians celebrate Merdeka as one my arse, updated



Today is hari Malaysia,

Where is Malaysia going after this upcoming GE? Everybody is praying for a better Malaysia, some with action and some just enough with prayer and hope, including me.

Here is my POV,

One of our leader, (considered our leader also since his Malaysian constituency choose him), recently call highly for all Malaysians to celebrate merdeka as one (not really recent, since im not too much into politic this might be so 31 aug ago to any political enthusiast), but sadly he and his camp are doing exactly the opposite. Since action speak louder than word, the mindful oversees the mighty speech to actions resulted from it.

For the first time in history we have two seperate merdeka logo and merdeka slogan. Apparently, for the past 55 years the opposition already exist and active and we have been celebrating merdeka as one before this. Back then, there is politic and there is everything else. We opt to differ when it comes to the matter of politic never before we drag everything else to be politicize.

Instead of urging and constructively criticizing the current government to change the logo and slogan because it's seen and sound stupid, in fact it is. Surprisingly, the opposition goes to make a new logo and and make another three different kind of slogan! and call malaysians to celebrate merdeka as one? very mindful our leader is, isn't it?!

Before that, they propose and succeed for a separate Independence day celebration for Sabah and Sarawak, god knows for what reason. Even not all the 50 states of the united states join the US before the 4th of July yet they all have no problem celebrating Independence day as one on 4th of July. Have you no suspicion to this kind of party that constantly promoting division behind cheap talks of unity?

And now theyre proposing for a separate election, i dont know what would we achive by doing so except waste of time and the rakyats money. Who is willing to go to the ballot center twice? On a different day? Those who live and work in different state of his constituency, would they travel twice? What if they live in sabah and has to cast vote in semenanjung? Will their employer give way?

Post 2008 was the worst year for Malaysia as if it was in the brink of destruction and social breakdown, politic is religion!, everything from national affairs to which car assemblymen should drive was politicize. I remember that year after GE, the dispute on assemblymen official car was going on for months! Imagine how much time that should be put to improve the rakyat's wellbeing were wasted figthing over assemblymen official cars!

I'm not from any camp just speaking my mind off, a friend said to me, if you are from a camp and you talk sense, even the most sensible will be rejected because of different camp factor. So here's my two cents of thought from camp nobody, and let us all sleep on it and rethink about what nonesense is going on right now.

Selamat Hari Malaysia and lets keep malaysian and Malaysia United.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Sharing is caring


A few years ago I was a substituted teacher,

One day, I have three classes half an hour after recess, just a few minutes after all the student entered the room, the room was filled with strong unpleasant smell, as if somebody is frying shit there, literally.

So I asked,

"Do you took your bath before coming to school?"

One of them answered,

"Yes we did but if you smell shit it's coming from this guy, even the teacher before you have complained" pointing at .....

In defense, the kid answered,

"I took a dump at recess," said him smiling.

"Clearly U didn't washed it properly", said I.

As the T&L is going on, the smell becomes more intense to an extend it was unbearable anymore, so I ask him to go and wash again,

"Use more water and take your time this time, please"

20 minutes later he came back, but the smell didn't go away completely, it was not as strong as before but is still there, sizzling. clearly his pants had been contaminated, I thought.

A few more minutes past by,

The T&L was halfway, The smell is bugging me, the sensory of adaptation theory doesn't work. Sensory adaptation is a phenomenon in which sensory neurons become less sensitive to a constant stimulus.

So I thought to myself, I shouldn't be cheap I should share my finding (the sensory of adaptation doesn't work) with everyone.

So I asked that pupil to go around reciting the multiplication table to every teacher in the school, starting with the class next door.

I didn't know that he managed or not to get everybody because just after two teachers he was banished again to the toilet... and again.. and again, and the just now quiet school suddenly buzzing everywhere.

Hey don't u judge me, sharing is caring U know.

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Time Travel in the Quran?

The cave of Ashabul Kahfi

Time travel is the concept of moving between different points in time. Time travel could hypothetically involve moving backward in time to a moment earlier than the starting point, or forward to the future of that point without the need for the traveler to experience the intervening period (at least not at the normal rate). Any technological device – whether fictional or hypothetical – that would be used to achieve time travel is commonly known as a time machine.

There are no record in the holy Quran or tradition of the prophet (pbuh) of time travel back in time. However there is a tiding in the holy Quran of traveling forward to the future.

Allah told the prophet (pbuh) in surah al kahfi 9-26 about a group of young men in an effort of preserving their monotheism  and a dog that took refugee in a cave from a tyrant infidel king (also acknowledge by the Jews and Christian). The asbab un Nuzul (occasion of revelation) of the ayah is when a group of Jews ask the prophet (pbuh) about the story of the people of the cave known to them not the Arab to prove His (pbuh) prophethood, and Allah revealed to the prophet (pbuh) the story in surah Al Kahfi.

Ashabul Kahfi were put to sleep by the Almighty for 309 lunar years and then revived, they miraculously thought that they've been sleeping for only a night, surely their body didn't grow old, if yes they might have noticed it, fitting the time travel definition put up by wikipedia, without the need for the traveler to experience the intervening period (at least not at the normal rate).

National geographic documentary on coffee once quoted, Islam give us science, mathematics and coffee. So far many scientific study has proven the prophecy of the Quran on science. The Quran tells the possibility and man took it to the lab and prove it. In surah Al kahfi is the holy Quran telling us that time travel is possible?

I read about time machine, a device or contraption built to enable time travel, thus far nobody found any carcass of any machine of some sort in, under (buried) or any where near the kahfi's cave in Amman... yet?

Then I read about worm hole or time portal, is it possible the kahfi's cave in Amman is a portal or a hole of time itself? I don't know if there has been any study conducted yet.

If both the time machine and time portal exist they would probably go forth and back, but the people of the cave (ashabul kahfi) never come back to their time instead they died after discovering what is going on.

An then I read about cryonics, the preservation of dead body under low temperature so that the body will not decompose  and to be revived later in the future. The only drawback in this theory is the body already dead, whilst in the al kahfi story, they are not, they're still alive and are put to deep sleep.

However all three of the above are just theories until i read about hibernation and aestivation which is proven and ongoing, practices by some animal to survive an unfavorable condition. This is done by literally sleep away a duration of time, days, weeks, sometime months and then woke up in the future to continue living.

Is it possible that the ashabul kahfi is experiencing some sort of hibernation for 300 years? Mukjizah is only for the prophet and Karamah is for the chosen people, for the laymen is always cause and effect, therefor it's sure worth inspecting the cave.


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Saturday, September 1, 2012

Word Verification Problem, Cannot Comment


I have problem with blogger word verification for the last couple of weeks which resulted in me cannot comment on any post with word verification option on.

Every time I entered the word it will come out wrong, even how careful and certain I am. A new set of word then come out and asking me to fill out again. I tried three times then quit.

At first I thought it will stop after one day but obviously it didn't and persist until this very moment. I'm trying to comment on Jo's new blog, yeah people Jo's has emerge as someone else.

Is anybody out there experiencing the same, please help.

Thursday, August 30, 2012

The Dessert Flower


It was in the early 90's again.

I was in the class room in form one. We were learning Arabic, suddenly one of my classmate rise his hand and ask the teacher.

"Is it true Zainab means cow shit?"

The teacher, an ustaz, is one of our school's most notorious and one of the discipline committee, of course. When he's around even the funniest becomes humorless.

How ever our friend here doesn't show any sign of joking, he gave a straight and query face confidently and convincingly.

The ustaz pause for a moment draging the whole class to a complete silence, his eye balls move up and down as if he's scanning our friend for any sign of fooling around.

After awhile, may be satisfied finding nor presence of joking element on our friend, he answered,

"No, who spoke such nonsense, Zainab is a good name meaning desert flower".

Everybody felt relief nobody got in trouble that day, and no body laugh at that incident even after class.

Four years later,

I was in our weekly school assembly, after singing the Negaraku and reciting the asma' ul husna, the same ustaz from four years ago got up on stage and give a speech.

I didn't recall  what he said because my mind suddenly goes back four years ago to form one in that same class, reminiscing to myself the Zainab incident.

suddenly i felt like laughing, and i laugh and laugh as if the incident is currently happening in front of my eyes again, ignoring what people might think of me laughing alone for no visual reason.

I laugh until there was tears coming out of my eyes, releasing the four years of humoric tension which I could not release at the moment the joke happened.

I dont know why that day, I met the ustaz almost everyday before. Ahh memory, btw don't make a habit of laughing alone.

Eid mubarak to Hizamme, Jo qusary and everybody.


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Monday, August 13, 2012

HammmZAH! He sneezed




It was in the early 90's.

I was sent to learn the Quran by my parents to one of our learned man in the village, we call him Pak Hamzah. It is a custom at that time in every village for children to learn the Quran after school and khatam (finished reciting the whole Quran with good tajwid) before setting out to secondary school.

The school was his house, a traditional, Malay wooden house. We were to read at the hall, an opening where most modern house would sit the TV and sofa, but here is just an empty opening.

There were no monthly fee nor monetary obligation whatsoever. We bring our own Quran and rehal (a contraption to sit the Quran), as the Quran is holy and it is unethical to put It directly on the ground where people usually stepped on.

The T&L was easy, three hours, from two to three we recite on our own, new comer will learned from the senior and practice reciting in front of the senior, from three to five Pak Hamzah will appeared from the adjacent room and sit in front of the hall. Every body will observe silence as one by one of us recite in front of him, where he will correct our reciting if wrong.

However, this memoir is not about the Quran education, it is about one of many character I met when I was growing up that directly or indirectly influenced me.

Our class clown is a senior, firm yet funny, sometimes wacky, he's not very bright nor completely dull, I went two years late but able to pass him a few verses in advance.

One day he caught a flu and goes Hashim!(achoo) all day long.

Then the infamous crazy idea came out, "Why is it we have to spell out Hashim's name when we sneeze, why can't it be Hafiz or Hamzah or Hasnul? What is so special about Hashim that we have to mention him every time we sneeze?” complained him.

From now on I don't want to mention his name again." said he spitefully, as if he had some grunge with any Hashim guy.

Just at that moment he sneezes and spell out Hamzah name, "HammmmmmZAH!" followed by a burst of laughter from everybody.

What a coincident, Pak Hamzah our Quran teacher appeared at that very moment and everybody goes quite as quite as a fried mouse.

Pak Hamzah pause for a long while and gave our class clown a straight face. The senior look down at the floor.

Well nothing really happen after that, he didn't get in trouble.

Till this day, I always wonder if that sneeze that spell out Hamzah's name was real? or just he playing around.


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Thursday, August 2, 2012

I don't want to give up my phone number, Mr Google




I have another blog which I’m very active at and have a high number of readers, approximately 100 readers per post. There's nothing illegal regarding the content, just topic people love to read so much these days.

For the past few years Google persistently attempt to get my phone number regarding to that blog by creating an extra door every time I log in.

At that time however there is an option where I can click away the annoying request. A small link like those asterisks on weight loss products.

Until last night, just after posting another controversial thread, I go about promoting the thread, and at one point I was logged out involuntarily.

When I tried to log back in, a warning appeared, asking me to verify my account.

We've detected unusual activity on your account. To immediately restore access to your account, choose how to verify your account. 

Then, asking (again) for my phone number. The only different this time there's no click away button.

When I tried to visit my blog thru the front door (by typing the address into the address bar) to my surprise, I got another shocking message.

Blog has been removed
Sorry, the blog at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx has been removed. This address is not available for new blogs. 

Looks like Google have adopt an unethical marketing strategy of those tele-marketing usually does, calling and asking for personal info with a twist,

"Hi currently we're promoting a travel card to every master card user, just for verification purpose, can U stated again  (I never had) your credit card number?",   click! tut tut tut,"

Is there anybody out there experiencing or had experienced the same problem before, please share.

To Google please stop the irresponsible attempt of invasion of privacy, I had that enough when I was younger, and give me back my blog.


If this annoyance persist I might consider other platform.


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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Rohingya Muslims Massacre



The Rohingya people practice Sunni Islam with elements of Sufi worship. Because the government (Myanmar) restricts educational opportunities for them, many pursue fundamental Islamic studies as their only educational option. The Rohingya of Myanmar Mosques and religious schools are present in most villages. Traditionally, men pray in congregations and women pray at home.

According to Amnesty International, the Muslim Rohingya people have continued to suffer from human rights violations under the Burmese Buddhist junta since 1978, and many have fled to neighboring Bangladesh as a result:.

"The Rohingyas’ freedom of movement is severely restricted and the vast majority of them have effectively been denied Burma citizenship. They are also subjected to various forms of extortion and arbitrary taxation; land confiscation; forced eviction and house destruction; and financial restrictions on marriage. Rohingyas continue to be used as forced labourers on roads and at military camps, although the amount of forced labour in northern Rakhine State has decreased over the last decade."

"In 1978 over 200,000 Rohingyas fled to Bangladesh, following the ‘Nagamin’ (‘Dragon King’) operation of the Myanmar army. Officially this campaign aimed at "scrutinising each individual living in the state, designating citizens and foreigners in accordance with the law and taking actions against foreigners who have filtered into the country illegally." This military campaign directly targeted civilians, and resulted in widespread killings, rape and destruction of mosques and further religious persecution."

"During 1991-92 a new wave of over a quarter of a million Rohingyas fled to Bangladesh. They reported widespread forced labour, as well as summary executions, torture, and rape. Rohingyas were forced to work without pay by the Burmese army on infrastructure and economic projects, often under harsh conditions. Many other human rights violations occurred in the context of forced labour of Rohingya civilians by the security forces."

As of 2005, the UNHCR had been assisting with the repatriation of Rohingya from Bangladesh, but allegations of human rights abuses in the refugee camps have threatened this effort.

Despite earlier efforts by the UN, the vast majority of Rohingya refugees have remained in Bangladesh, unable to return because of the negative attitude of the ruling regime in Myanmar. Now they are facing problems in Bangladesh as well where they do not receive support from the government any longer. In February 2009, many Rohingya refugees were rescued by Acehnese sailors in the Strait of Malacca, after 21 days at sea.

Over the years thousands of Rohingya also have fled to Thailand. There are roughly 111,000 refugees housed in 9 camps along the Thai-Myanmar border. There have been charges that groups of them have been shipped and towed out to open sea from Thailand, and left there. In February 2009 there was evidence of the Thai army towing a boatload of 190 Rohingya refugees out to sea. A group of refugees rescued by Indonesian authorities also in February 2009 told harrowing stories of being captured and beaten by the Thai military, and then abandoned at open sea. By the end of February there were reports that of a group of 5 boats were towed out to open sea, of which 4 boats sank in a storm, and 1 boat washed up on the shore. February 12, 2009 Thailand's prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said there were "some instances" in which Rohingya people were pushed out to sea.

"There are attempts, I think, to let these people drift to other shores. [...] when these practices do occur, it is done on the understanding that there is enough food and water supplied. [...] It's not clear whose work it is [...] but if I have the evidence who exactly did this I will bring them to account."

The prime minister said he regretted "any losses", and was working on rectifying the problem.

Bangladesh has since announced it will repatriate around 9,000 Rohingya living in refugee camps in the country back to Burma, after a meeting with Burmese diplomats. Steps to repatriate Rohingya began in 2005.

In October 16, 2011, the new government of Burma agreed to take back registered Rohingya refugees. ~Wiki


Tuesday, July 3, 2012

it's another PROVIDER isn't it?



Salam2all,

Muslim and Jews are prohibited from consuming pork,

May be some of us the faithful might sometimes wonder what does pork taste like. Well u just could ask those who consume pork, but that's too easy. It is more appetizing to know from the mouth of those whose prohibited yet consume it anyway. Its like choosing the hardship of climbing Everest manually over the ease of going up there by helicopter.

Most take the prohibiton of pork seroiusly but neglected the alcohol and adultery prohibiton. Those who commit adultery and consume alcohol habitually restrain pork even though drinking, adultring and pork consuming were considered in the sin (same) category, interesting isn't it?

So how do I want to get an answer from those who are not allowed to eat pork yet have consume it, not out of ignorant or emergency but deliberately and adore the taste as its finger licking good.

After a deep thought, I decided to go online scouring if something might turn up, i went online for about an hour with metaphorically 75 times of network  outage before i got frustrated and about to give up when suddenly I thought to myself, 

'hey why didn't i ask those celcom broadband wonkies and gnomettes, they have been ripping everybody's money literally everyday by giving poor services, and enjoying doing so by showing no effort or intention to make it better, or at least compensate their customer once in awhile by giving cut backs as a token of remorse, but NO, ripping is not enough, once they intended to eke 6% out of our pay check for the prepaid tax that currently on hold and not yet abolish, beware. So deductively, isn't 'eating' ripped money is prohibited is equally as eating pork? 

As i'm writting this piece (i wrote on note pad before transfer it to blogger or i might lose it all), i did anticipated that u readers might asked why didn't u just terminate the service instead of ranting about it for the second time? well i did, i had switched my phone line to DiGi recently, but broadband is yet to come. I am waiting for an offer or a promotion, as how i had signed up for celcom broadband in the first place. back a year or so ago, they came with an attractive offer, RM90 for 5GB, so i grabbed it and suffers till today. 

Well back to cursing Celcom;

1. AKU MAHU MINTAK CERAI SEBAB SERVIS TAK BAGUS 

2. mallayo ottohke !~ 

3. Celcom broadband sucks

4. Celcom berukband suck

5. CELCOM BROADBAND TRULY SUCKS, SLAPPED WITH A D GRADE BY OOKLA



By the way, the article u just read has nothing to do with pig consumption or pig itself but of its cousin, Celcom.

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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

My School Bully Didn't Make It


It was a hot afternoon.

I just parked my car  and about to enter the bank when the door was opened for me by  the security guard at the door, he greeted me, 'afternoon sir' with a humble voice, so humble that I almost missed it.

I, wasn't looking and replied, 'Afternoon' strong and firm.

after finishing some business at the counter i left for the door, again the door  sprang  opened for me with a greet, 'Thank you sir come again' it's that humble voice  again.

'Thank  You' I replied with a nod and a quick glance.

As I aproached my car, suddenly I realized that that face seems familiar,but i didn't recall. I didn't look back, for fear that that guard might think i'm gay.

I got myself in the car, quickly wore a shades- shades is very important when conducting surveillance-  and drove by, when I took another look carefully  it's  confirmed that the guard was once my school bully.

The year was 1993  to  1995,

Once he picked on everybody, and yes including me, he was kicked out from school in form three and i never heard of him for 15 years until today.

What happen? Once a proud school bully, oh no let me put it correctly, once a proud boarding school bully (that's better and looks more clever), now sitting humbly on a stool face down guarding a door.

Ah pity, My prayers are with him,



But come to think of it, revenge did feel sweet, muahaha wickedly.

Friday, June 15, 2012

THE REQUEST BOOTH



The following takes place between the year 2000 and 2004,

In my students days there is a group whose many considered extremist because of their fundamentalist view of the world.

To me the group wasn't extreme but the correct term to define them is LOST.

Once, after many years of condemning how things were run at the campus, they were given a chance by the University to take over and run thing 'the righteous way'. So they took over and run it with their own definition of righteousness.

So as I was coming back from a lecture, i visited one of its booth, namely the request booth. A request booth offer service to send card with gift to a friend to their door step, the gift usually flowers, candy or fruit -usually a friend of the opposite sex, its kinda like a romantic thingy to send someone gift and not delivering it yourself.

Back to the group,

I'm not planning to send any but something attracts me from afar, As I approach the booth, it was clear, there a sign hanging there saying,

"Strictly, all request are to be sent between the same sex only!"

"Ooooo Kkkkk" pronounce hesitantly.

"So what do U have?"

"We have flowers, candy and fruits wrapped in a girlie manner."

"Ooooo Kkkkk" Hesitantly, strictly.

Are u sure we cannot send this to the other side? Definitely no, its against da rules.

"OK"

If they are against coupling, that makes sense, BIG SENSE that the majority support it, but to shut down everything lead to a relation ship? there split views between everybody.

One might ask, how do u expect people going to get married if there isn't any terminus a quo, U surely doesn't want gays do you?

Sunday, June 10, 2012

They're Robbing Us



Celcom really got under my skin,

I was winning at chess on FB when suddenly the connection was lost abruptly, the opponent got a free wins. This is not the first time but happened numerous times before. From 8-12pm there's a network outage, everyday, no solution for the past three years, and no deduction or cutback on your bill every months. Some might suggest may be its at the end of the month, the answer is a frigging NO, its everyday. I surf around to see if others have the same problem with celcom broadband, as a matter effect, there loadssss of them.

1. all about her: celcom babi
2. nizran's site: Celcom yang babi
3. Gua nak rilek-rilek: Celcom equal pig
4. Celcom broadband dan siput babi|Umarvellous

That is broadband, while another story with phone line, constantly i get advertising message, type on this, type on that. I paid for the line it is not free, i doesn't deserve to get annoying interruption like that, I really doesn't need it foremost when driving, suddenly the sms beep, its really tempting not to look at, especially when you're expecting sms from someone, once your take a peek while the other hand is on the wheel, its read, type on @&% and send it to &*$#, frustrated and deceived, i can't believe I risk my life (may be others) for this.

For those who is planning to get a network service or changing line, consider celcom last or not at all, opt for other while you still can, if you subscribe to its broadband service there is a one year contract you have to sign in favor of celcom, the first month the service will be excellent after that your'll be screaming at their operators almost everyday until u fed up.

It almost like taking dirty money legally, right under the authority nose, no body can do anything, there a powerful and above the law, robing the poor in plain sight, how do they sleep at night i wonder. the only thing you can do is to terminate the service and advice other to stay away from all celcom services unless you really have to (there is no other option).

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Friday, June 8, 2012

You Asked For It




PTPTN shuts out Unisel
newdesk@thestar.com.my


PETALING JAYA: The National Higher Education Corporation Fund (PTPTN) has frozen its loans to students studying in Selangor-owned Universiti Selangor (Unisel).


The freeze began last month when fresh intakes started.


Stressing that it was a temporary move, Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin said the decision was made following “political pressure” from the Opposition over free education.


“PTPTN wants to determine how serious the Opposition is in wanting to provide free education. If it is serious, then students in state-owned private institutes of higher learning like Unisel need not apply for study loans from PTPTN because education will be provided free to them.”


However, he said, the freeze would not affect Unisel students who were already receiving the loans.


The freeze was brought to public attention when the Higher Education Ministry, through the e-forum at its website, responded to a query on the matter.


PTPTN in a statement said the decision was also made due to recent call by Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim for students not to repay their loans.


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Since the first call by the Pakatan to abolish PTPTN, I've been following them with interest, hence I myself is struggling to pay the PTPTN loan, well a loan is a loan, u have to pay it some when some how. I was perplexed by many question surrounding the issue of free education, the first question is, same with other sensible mind,  how do they will fund it? Those insensible are easy taken to the street since they're still being breast fed, they never thought that every outcome have an income, everything doesn't just materialize from thin air.

In other country, Finland for example, where education is free up to 16 years of age come from its tax, reported the fourth highest tax rates in the world. So we can see where is the money coming from and going to. Back in Malaysia, its Education produce more government servant, i mean less entrepreneur thus less tax payer.

In my naive vision, I really can't see tertiary education being free since primary education itself cannot be made free. Secondly, if tertiary education made free surely at the cost of limited fund therefor will become exclusive to selected few,  right now everybody can further their studies funded by PTPTN. Thirdly, i still see the need of PTPTN but with a little bit of improvement, obviously, abolish the monthly RM64 every month service charge, and do not take 'riba', the rest is so far OK, there flexibility in the repayment amount which help a lot.

Anyway back to the main interest, this is an opportunity for Pakatan, and a personal challenge to DSAI, to show that they can provide free education and dismiss any accusation that they only good at making empty promises provoking the Government of the day  to do what virtually impossible to be done aiming to see them fail and have the last laugh but in the long run we all fail if the nation goes bankrupt.

If they can pull this off-MAKE UNISEL FREE-, they'll surely, definitely, certainly get my vote... and a few thousand more.
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