Archive for November, 2006

What? Why? How?

November 22, 2006

What?PM Abdullah asked the people to help him to combat corruption, and he decided to fight it by appointing Umno information chief Tan Sri Muhammad Muhammad Taib as Senator(pic). And he probably will become a member of the cabinet very quickly as Abdullah may reshuffle his cabinet soon. That’s ballocks.


Tun M out of CCU

November 10, 2006

According to Screenshots, Tun will be transfer to normal ward tonight.

Read more on Dr M out of CCU .

Let’s pray for Tun’s recovery.

CPI, What?

November 10, 2006

“We do not need other people to tell us of the situation in our own country,” he said.

“We can assume that since the index is based on perception, it therefore differs from the reality.”

That’s the response given by the PM of Malaysia on the 2006 Corruption Perception Index (CPI) of Transparency International, Malaysia dropped 5 more places to 44th among 163 countries when the index was released early this week.


Get Well Soon

November 9, 2006

Former PM Tun Dr. Mahathir was admitted to IJN after a mild heart attack early Thursday morning.

According to reports, he’s OK now.

Let us all pray for his recovery.

Get well soon Tun, perjuangan belum selesai…

source: The Star

Kami Tidak Akan Lupa

November 8, 2006

Have you read the news?

Rafidah: Forget about Mahathir

“I will never forgive him for accusing me of all kinds of things. I cannot take it any more, I have reached boiling point,” she said.

Tun M famously said “Melayu mudah lupa”, and Tun’s right. Now lets see the Rafidah before she ask us to forget about Tun M.

2002 UMNO General Assembly

“I wish to announce I am resigning from UMNO and all positions in the National Front,” Mahathir said.
“Why, sir?” shrieked Ms Rafidah.

“Change your mind,” pleaded Mr Abdullah.

Loyalists were dumbfounded by the announcement. Many wept.

“WHY?” shouted Trade Minister Rafidah Aziz.

“I have decided,” Mahathir said. “It’s been a long time.”

Chants of “Withdraw! Withdraw!” were heard. The premier was eventually led away to a waiting room in the company of Abdullah, his deputy prime minister and deputy leader of UMNO.

sources: The Age , SMH



November 8, 2006