Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Sex Joke

A man and woman had been married for 30 years, and in those 30 years, they always left the lights off when having sex. He was embarrassed and scared that he couldn't please her, so he always used a big dildo on her. All these years she had no clue. One day, she decided to reach over and flip the light switch on and saw that he was using a dildo. She said "I knew it, asshole, explain the dildo!" He said, "Explain the kids!"

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

I’m just homesick

A trucker who has been out on the road for two months stops at a brothel outside Atlanta. He walks straight up to the Madam, drops down $500 and says, "I want your ugliest woman and a grilled cheese sandwich!" The Madam is astonished. "But sir, for that kind of money you could have one of my prettiest ladies and a three-course meal." The trucker replies, "Listen darlin’, I’m not horny – I’m just homesick."

Monday, July 29, 2013

Prison Game

A bride tells her husband, "Honey, you know I'm a virgin and I don't know anything about sex. Can you explain it to me first?" "Okay, sweetheart. Putting it simply, we will call your private place 'the prison' and call my private thing 'the prisoner'. So what we do is put the prisoner in the prison." And they made love for the first time and the husband was smiling with satisfaction. Nudging him, his bride giggles, "Honey the prisoner seems to have escaped." Turning on his side, he smiles and says, "Then we will have to re-imprison him." After the second time, the bride says, "Honey, the prisoner is out again!" The husband rises to the occasion and they made love again. The bride again says, "Honey, the prisoner escaped again," to which the husband yelled, "Hey, it's not a life sentence!!!"

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Hot Dinner?

A man comes home from a hard day of work only to find his wife laying infront of the fire place with her legs wide open. He asked, "Honey what are you doing?" She replied, "I'm heating up your dinner."

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Boobs and Penis

A family is at the dinner table. The son asks the father, “Dad, how many kinds of boobs are there?” The father, surprised, answers, “Well, son, a woman goes through three phases. In her 20s, a woman’s breasts are like melons, round and firm. In her 30s and 40s, they are like pears, still nice, hanging a bit. After 50, they are like onions.” “Onions?” the son asks. “Yes. You see them and they make you cry.” This infuriated his wife and daughter. The daughter asks, “Mom, how many different kinds of willies are there?” The mother smiles and says, “Well, dear, a man goes through three phases also. In his 20s, his willy is like an oak tree, mighty and hard. In his 30s and 40s, it’s like a birch, flexible but reliable. After his 50s, it’s like a Christmas tree.” “A Christmas tree?” the daughter asks. “Yes, dead from the root up and the balls are just for decoration.”

Friday, July 26, 2013

Sex Joke

A little girl and boy are fighting about the differences between the sexes, and which one is better. Finally, the boy drops his pants and says, “Here’s something I have that you’ll never have!” The little girl is pretty upset by this, since it is clearly true, and runs home crying. A while later, she comes running back with a smile on her face. She drops her pants and says, “My mommy says that with one of these, I can have as many of those as I want!”

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Having Sex Joke

Having sex is like playing bridge. If you don't have a good partner, you'd better have a good hand.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Eating Pussy

The teacher asked Jimmy, "Why is your cat at school today Jimmy?" Jimmy replied crying, "Because I heard my daddy tell my mommy, 'I am going to eat that p*ssy once Jimmy leaves for school today!'"

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

How baby was made....

A mother is in the kitchen making dinner for her family when her daughter walks in.“Mother, where do babies come from?”The mother thinks for a few seconds and says, “Well dear, Mommy and Daddy fall in love and get married. One night they go into their bedroom, they kiss and hug, and have sex.”The daughter looks puzzled so the mother continues, “That means the daddy puts his penis in the mommy’s vagina. That’s how you get a baby, honey.” The child seems to comprehend.“Oh, I see, but the other night when I came into your room you had daddy’s penis in your mouth. What do you get when you do that?” “Jewelry, my dear. Jewelry.”

Monday, July 22, 2013

My Penis - password

A husband and wife are trying to set up a new password for their computer. The husband puts, "Mypenis," and the wife falls on the ground laughing because on the screen it says, "Error. Not long enough."

Saturday, July 20, 2013

How Big Is The Average Penis? Science Finds Out.

How Big Is The Average Penis? Science Finds Out.
The average American man's penis is 5.6 inches (14.2 centimeters) long when erect, a new survey of 1,661 men finds.

The study, published online July 10 in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, is relatively consistent with the results of prior surveys of penis size.

Penis size has been the subject of dozens of studies, as well as countless urban legends, myths and spam emails. For many men, the idea of not measuring up can cause a great deal of anxiety.

But whether penis size truly matters to a man's sex partner is up for debate. Some research shows that women who experience vaginal orgasms do so more consistently with men of bigger girth.

Other work suggests bigger isn't always better: One study found that ideal penis size depends on a person's height, and another showed that girth matters more than length to most women.

Consistent findings
In the new study, Debby Herbenick, a researcher at Indiana University, and her colleagues asked 1,661 men to measure their penis's length and girth for the purposes of fitting for a condom. (The men submitted their data online.) At the time of their measurement, some men were with partners or "a friend," although most employed a DIY method for attaining an erection.

Not surprisingly, penises come in all shapes and sizes. The smallest erect penis in the study was about 1.6 inches (4 cm) long, and the largest was 10.2 inches (26 cm) long.

The average penile girth was about 4.8 inches (12.2 cm).

Moreover, all erections are not created equal, the study also found. Different methods of obtaining an erection may lead to different size measurements — men in the study who became aroused through oral sex reported larger penis size on average than those who attained erections through fantasizing, Herbenick said.

"We don't know if that means that when men have oral sex that it's more arousing and they get a bigger erection, or means that men who have bigger penises could be getting more oral sex in the first place," Herbenick told LiveScience.

Past measurements
The study found that other characteristics of a man, such as his race or orientation, weren't good predictors of his member's size.

Male penis size is well-charted terrain in studies, Herbenick said. Now, she'd like to gather data on female genitalia.

"It would be good for women to have good data to show, 'Hey, there's a lot of diversity for women's genitals, just like there are for men's," Herbenick said.

Courtesy of Live Science

Does This Bozo Talk Sense Or Cock?

Ha ha ha ...... Does he talk sense?........
Section 9A of the Election Act is needed to prevent people from stalling the electoral process by challenging the electoral roll, said Election Commission (EC) deputy chairperson Wan Ahmad Wan Omar.

ec wan ahmad wan omar in kaula besut“If we open the electoral roll to be challenged, then when can we hold elections?” he retorted, when asked at a press conference today.

He was responding to Bersih co-chairperson Ambiga Sreenevasan’s challenge to open the electoral roll to the court’s scrutiny if the EC “has nothing to hide”.

Section 9A of the Election Act bars the court from scrutinising the electoral roll once it has been gazetted.

It was enacted after one such successful legal challenge in the landmark 1999 Likas election petition in Sabah that saw the election results nullified over a problematic roll.

Courts have since used Section 9A to rule against any legal challenges to the electoral roll.
Electoral rolls already clean
Wan Omar lamented that this provision had resulted in "assumptions" that EC is attempting to hide something from public knowledge, and he said these critics did not take the federal constitution into consideration.

He refers to a provision in the constitution that an election must be held within 60 days of the dissolution of parliament, state assembly, or a casual vacancy like the one in Kuala Besut.

“The court decide (on the challenge) but then the constitution says the election must be held within 60 days,” he said.

Therefore, the constitution needs to be amended before Section 9A is repealed.

He added that the electoral roll has already gone through a legal process of display, objection, hearing and gazette, which takes two months.

He claims that Malaysia’s electoral roll is already very clean and the EC has taken great lenghts to ensure this.

As an example, he said about 50 voters have died between the last general election and the late Kuala Besut assemblyperson Dr A Rahman Mokthar’s death on June 26. These have already been removed from the electoral roll.

“That is what the EC has been doing,” he said.

Friday, July 19, 2013

The Aftermath Of GE13.... The Barang Naik Thing?????

Looks like the cost of living is going to increase.....

1. Possible increase in price of electricity.

2. The increase of taxi fare.

3. The already increase of price of cigarettes from $10.20 to $10.50.

and what will they increase next.....

Monday, July 15, 2013

Do Not Be A Coward MP in Malaysia???????

No wonder everybody wants to a MP....... It is all about contracts......
PARLIAMENT BN MPs were left red-faced in Parliament today when their colleague Bung Moktar Radin (BN-Kinabatangan) openly declared that they demanded contracts from the government and anyone who did not do so were cowards.

He was responding to Azmin Ali (PKR-Gombak) who had complained about the lack of transparency in the Implementation Coordination Unit (ICU) under the Prime Minister's Department when debating the Supplementary Supply Bill.

"If it is a matter of development for the rakyat, we would support it but the question is there is abuse of power where the prime minister has absolute power over the ICU.

NONE"There is no open tender and no transparency in the planning, the prime minister has full power to decide which contract goes to which Umno division leader, (and) this has to be stopped," Azmin (left) had said.

At this, Bung stood up to say that open tenders were indeed being done but lamented that because of this, he could not get the contracts that he demanded.

"I think Gombak has left Umno for a long time and he does not know about the developments (in the party). We are also upset with the leaders because when we ask (for contracts), we do not get them.

"Everything is via open tenders now, it shows the government's transparency in moving towards open tenders. Gombak does not know of these changes," he said.

An amused Azmin then replied: "I thank Kinabatangan for verifying for us that Umno division leaders do indeed ask for contracts".

NONERealising his mistake, Bung lashed out at Azmin: "In PKR it's the same, they also ask (for contracts). If they do not ask, they are cowards."

He then alluded to an opposition Perak MP whom he claimed also received land in Pakatan Rakyat-held Kelantan.

Bung was referring to Beruas MP Ngeh Koo Ham (right), who had denied receiving any lands from the Kelantan government in exchange for support, stating that it was a legitimate business deal in a company he was involved in.

Sunday, July 14, 2013

"One's best success comes after their greatest disappointments." -Henry Ward Beecher

MCA Is Only Good When They Are Not In The Government??????

Ha ha ha ..... Looks like MCA is only good when they are not in the government. Now can talk out loud. If in the government just like an obedient lapdog....
1:27PM Jul 14, 2013
Another BN partner is up in arms over the low intake of varsity students from the minority community.

This time it's the MCA lamenting over the declining number of Chinese Malaysian students granted places in public universities.

"Although the intake of students in public universities had increased this year compared to last year, the successful Chinese Malaysian applicants only formed 19 percent which was much lower than about 23 per cent in previous years," said MCA president Chua Soi Lek in a statement yesterday.

Describing this as "totally unacceptable", Chua pointed out that of the 41,573 enrolments this year, only 7,913 were Chinese Malaysian students compared to last year where they made up of 8,986 of a total enrolment of 38,549 and 9,457 of a total enrolment of 41,267 in 2011.

"As the student intake increases, Chinese Malaysians gaining entry seems to be declining. This is utterly a gross deprivation for Chinese Malaysian students and it raises many questions on the selection criteria.

"MCA is doubtful that meritocracy was the basis for the selection process and wants a more transparent process to be adopted," he said.

‘Brain drain'

Chua said deprivation of qualified students was a "great injustice" to the education policy and that the country can only blame itself for the brain drain.

He added that Chinese Malaysian students gaining entry to courses of their choice had also been on the decline in the last three years.

"I will bring up these two issues to Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin who is also the education minister.

"Although MCA has no representation in the cabinet, it will not shirk its responsibility of defending the interests and welfare of the Chinese Malaysians," he said.

Chua advised that qualified applicants who did not get a place in public universities to contact the MCA president's office or MCA Youth's education bureau.

MIC today had also complained of the low public university intake of Indian Malaysians, urging Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to uphold his message of "nambikei" (trust) to the Indian community.

Peanuts Fine For Tycoon?

What is the sum of $30,000.00 when you make millions? Karpal may be correct......
9:57AM Jul 14, 2013
Bukit Gelugor member of parliament Karpal Singh yesterday decried the Sessions Court's sentence on General Accomplishment Sdn Bhd (GASB) for carrying out earth works on Bukit Relau here without written permission from the Penang Municipal Council.

NONEHe felt that the housing developer should not have been let off so lightly with only a RM30,000 fine, three years’ jail in default, for their destruction of Bukit Relau.

The DAP chairperson further remarked that the Sessions Court should have asked one of the company directors, Tan Kok Ping, to explain why his company had defied the law.

"Unless there is an explanation, he (Kok Ping) should have been subjected to imprisonment. He is not above the law," Karpal told a press conference here today.

Karpal said Tan who was an experienced businessman and developer should set an example to others by complying with the law.

‘Blacklist company directors’

He stressed that the directors of GASB should be blacklisted for defying the law in order to prevent them from repeating the same action.

"Hills are the soul of Penang and they (GASB) destroyed it. It will take a very long time for the trees on the hills to grow back, let alone for the place to revert to its original state," he said.

On a separate note, Karpal said he was surprised by Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi's statement that the Sedition Act should not be repealed.

He called upon Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to publicly recommit his stand and reconfirm what he had promised before the general election.

In July last year, Najib had announced that the 1948 law would be repealed but only after a substitute - National Harmony Act - was introduced in its place.

- Bernama

Friday, July 12, 2013

Vote BN IS Supporting Cronism, Nepotism and Corruption?

Ha ha ha ....When you are young, you do not know things like cronism, nepotism and corruption..... If you are old, the you are an expert in this........ Please read the second last paragraph is you see what I mean... Ha ha ha...... This only happen in UMNO?????
KUALA BESUT Voters here should support BN because it is the easiest way out of a potential instability in the Terengganu state assembly, said the coalition’s deputy chairperson Muhyiddin Yassin.

“If not, there will be other effects that I do dare not speak of on the state constitution, position of the monarch, political stability, the possibility of fresh elections and people coming out (to vote) again.

“These are the processes already in place in the rules and the constitution. However the easiest answer is choose BN and at least the situation would return to status quo, stable, and can help the state government continue its development agenda,” he said.

Muhyiddin was speaking to reporters as the BN Kuala Besut by-election director at the end of the nomination period.

He was asked to respond to PAS’ campaign slogan ‘16:16 New Terengganu’, which refers to the possibility of a hung assembly where BN and Pakatan Rakyat each control half to the 32-member assembly should PAS win the by-election.
Muhyiddin added that BN has already addressed most of the local community’s grievances in the run-up to the 13th general election two months ago, and hoped they would once again lend their support for BN - this time in greater numbers.

Nevertheless, he said the coalition is prepared to accept any result from the election.

During the press conference , Muhyiddin was also asked to respond to allegations that BN practices cronyism , and the fact that PAS candidate Azlan Yusof is a Class A contractor who gets government projects.

NONEMuhyiddin replied that he is unfamiliar with local issues and that the Ramadan month is not suited for speaking ill of anyone, then quickly turned his attention towards promoting the BN candidate, Tengku Zaihan Che Ku Abdul Rahman (right).

“(He is) a young man of calibre with qualifications and without problems. He does not know things like cronism and nepotism yet, so he is brand new and fresh. You can see it in his face.

“(He is) the son of an ustaz, professional, and young,” he said.

Secret Recipi Of Indelible or Edible Ink????

Like KFC or Coca Cola, they keep their recipi a secret?
As for the Indelible Ink, wonder what is the actual reason????
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Shahidan Kassim told the Dewan Rakyat that the identity of the indelible ink supplier for the general election must be kept secret to prevent "fights and chaos".

This was raised during his winding-up speech for the Prime Minister's Department on the debate on the Royal Address yesterday.

NONEThe minister claimed that people would "queue up" to buy the ink from the supplier to mark themselves prior to voting in order to disrupt the electoral process.

"If we disclose, they will all queue up and buy the ink, and then dip their fingers in it. They will then queue up at the polling centre and say, I have ink, I don't need to produce my identification card.

"Even me as minister, I wouldn't want to know what colour the ink is prior to voting," he said.

On the choice of the colour of the ink that was used during the 13th general election, Shahidan said that it was a secret known only to the Election Commission (EC).

'Ink was indelible'

He also defended the durability of the ink, claiming that the stain on his finger had lasted until the day he was sworn in as a minister, which was May 16, or 11 days after polling.

"I washed the ink at night but it was still there. I needed to scrape the skin with a knife, only then did it come off," he said.

"I even regretted applying the ink because I tried all methods to remove it and it did not go away."

Shahidan stressed that the indelible ink was the only solution to prevent electoral fraud, and that the MyKad was more important than the ink in identifying voters.

The use of indelible ink for elections is popular in Third World countries as a means to prevent a voter from casting his or her ballot multiple times.

It was to be used for the 2008 general election following pressure by polls reform coalition Bersih to prevent double or triple voting by the same individual.

However, the move was canceled at the eleventh hour but it was eventually enforced during the 13th general election, only to find that the ink wasn't as indelible as touted.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Now Only This Minister Realised There Is Corruption In Malaysia???????

At last a Bolehland Minister admits that corruption is rampant in Bolehland????

Ha ha ha ..... MACC, over to you now..........


Police not the only ones corrupt, DBKL just as bad, says FT minister

July 10, 2013
It is unfair to continue to single out the police as the enforcement group most involved in corruption, says Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor.

"It can be the Kuala Lumpur City Hall officers or it can be enforcement officers of (other) local authorities. This is because there are many different types of enforcement divisions." he said.

"Corruption can only be curbed if the person giving the bribe stops their part of the deal," Tengku Adnan told reporters at the Parliament lobby today.

He was commenting on the effectiveness of the Global Corruption Barometer Transparency International 2013 by Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M) yesterday.

According to the survey, of the 1,000 people interviewed between September last year and March, only 31 per cent believed in the government to curb corruption, as compared with 49 per cent in 2011. - Bernama, July 10, 2013.


Ha ha ha .........
The opposition are the "shit stirrers" of the country, said Federal Territories Minister Tengku Adnan Mansor.

"They stir things until they become chaotic," Tengku Adnan said in the Parliament lobby this morning, when asked whether or not he supports the abolition of the Sedition Act.

He did not state his stand on the call to repeal the Sedition Act.


Tuesday, July 09, 2013

What Is The Meaning Of Change?

Just wonder what the DPM means....... Does he mean a change from racist to non racist? Or change to eradicate corruption? Or a change in the leadership of Umno? Just wonder???????
Umno must make comprehensive changes in order to remain relevant and to retain power in the future, Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said today.

Whatever decision made by the voters in the last general election, Muhyiddin said, must be accepted and that Umno members should not give up, but to stay strong in facing the ever-challenging political landscape.

"When I go to the ground, I found that some Umno members are less enthusiastic now... and when asked, they said the political ecosystem has changed and that they were worried that we will lose.

"In a situation like this, it's important for us to face whatever decision made by the voters.

"However, if Umno wants to retain power, it must make some changes. Not just for the sake of making changes, but to change towards achieving our goals," Muhyiddin said at the simultaneous opening of Pagoh Umno Youth, Wanita and Puteri annual conference in Pagoh, Johor.
Umno's relevancy will be questioned if no changes
Muhyiddin, who is also Umno deputy president and MP for Pagoh, said the changes were vital because without them, Umno would not be able to last and Umno's relevancy would always be questioned over the next five years.

He also called on Umno leaders to be at the frontline in fighting for issues concerning the Malays and the bumiputera.

He said this was because certain quarters, especially Umno Youth and Wanita, were seen to have been keeping silent when matters concerning the rights of the Malays and bumiputera were being debated.

If certain quarters were threatening the rights of the Malays, the people would expect Umno to champion the issue and to defend their rights as stipulated in the federal constitution, Muhyiddin added.

- Bernama

Sunday, July 07, 2013

How To Be A 'First Class Citizen' In BolehLand?

Be rich and owned business......... as according to the news below.
Ha ha ha ha ....... What a crap logic is this......?
3:12PM Jul 7, 2013
Low Bumiputera participation in business is bad for the country's attempt to forge unity, image and wealth distribution, said Deputy Finance Minister Ahmad Maslan.

NONEHe said that in the Klang Valley, only 15 percent of retail shops are operated by Bumiputera, while the rest are operated by the Chinese.

"It is not a good statistic from a national economic distribution level," he told a press conference in Seremban, according to Sin Chew Daily.

He said that the situation was the same in major cities across the country except for Kelantan and Terengganu.

He said that he needed to point this out because the current scenerio was not healthy for the country's economic development.

"When the tourists visit Malaysia, they might ask: Are there only Chinese in Malaysia? Where are the Malay, Indian, Kadazan and Iban shops?"
'Chinese are first-class citizens'
In view of this, Ahmad said that Lim Kit Siang's claim that BN treats Chinese as "third-class citizens" were untrue.

"The Chinese had become first-class citizens long ago. If not, they would not have 85 percent business ownership. And among the top 40 Malaysian tycoons, three quarters are Chinese," he said.

In contrast, Ahmad Malays lack the capital, business culture and suitable locations to do business. He said Malays also prefer to be employed and thus starting a business upon graduation is not a first choice.

As such, he said other states should follow the footsteps of the Negeri Sembilan Development Corporation in building a business platform for Malays.

He said that Malay business ownership must improve from 15 percent to 30 percent and hinted that some government agencies such as the Urban Development Authority (UDA), Mara and other state-level agencies were not up to the task.

Friday, July 05, 2013

Is It Shy Away Or Chicken Out?

Ha ha ha ........


Liang shies away from challenge but stands by allegations against Anwar

July 05, 2013
The Barisan Nasional MP who accused Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim of having RM322 million in offshore accounts is not prepared to repeat the allegation outside the house - where he will not be given protection from the law.
Simpang Renggam MP Liang Teck Meng told The Malaysian Insider today that he is not going to take up the challenge to repeat the allegation, casting doubts on his "revelation" in Parliament on Tuesday.
Liang, in debating the King's speech, told the House that Anwar had more than RM332 million in 20 bank accounts in Israel, China, United States and Singapore. He claimed that his information was based on a Wikileaks cable.

In an immediate response, opposition MPs challenged Liang to repeat the allegations outside the House where he will not be immune to legal suits.
"Why should I respond? They are diverting the focus of my speech. I was talking about national security," he said today.
He also insisted that he was standing by what he said and will not retract the allegations.
Liang had handed over the documents on the bank accounts to the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim, saying that he was leaving it to the government to investigate the allegations.
Yesterday. Liang stood his ground when Dewan Rakyat speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia asked him to clarify his allegations against Anwar after Pakatan Rakyat MPs demanded that he retract the statement and apologise.
Liang of Gerakan told the House that he will only do so if investigations found no elements of foreign intervention involved as he had claimed.
On Wednesday, Pakatan Rakyat MP Jeff Ooi filed a motion seeking to refer Liang to the parliamentary committee of rights and privileges for abusing his parliamentary privilege.
Anwar had said there was no basis in the allegations and claimed that there was no such entry in Wikileaks.
"It was started by Umno bloggers and played up by Utusan Malaysia," he said. - July 5, 2013.

Thursday, July 04, 2013

Who The "F" is Bozo?

Ha ha ha ....... A group with with only 130 members commenting on the payment??? Ha ha ha ....
Either this bozo is poor in numbers or there is something happen that only he knows????
Puncak Niaga Holdings Bhd (PNHB) executive chairman Rozali Ismail's RM33.4 million remuneration package may have raised the many eyebrows, but a group of minority shareholders feels he is well worth it.

NONE"It was tabled at the PNHB's annual general meeting, we approved it," said Muhammad Imran Abdullah (right), chairman of the Puncak Niaga Minority Shareholders Watchdog Group.

"You must understand, this man is the founder of the company which started 20 years ago. For all his contributions, the shareholders have agreed to the payment," he said at a press conference today.

He added he personally felt Rozali deserved it and claimed that those who raised the issue were non-shareholders.

DAP Klang parliamentarian Charles Santiago has described the PNHB decision as 'unethical and irresponsible', given the fact that water is for the public good.

When asked for his comment on this, he answered "we are only concerned with our dividends and returns", and refused to prolong the issue, saying that it was a done deal.

The group, which formed last Friday, has vowed to safeguard its interest in view of the Selangor state government's attempt to acquire PNHB's two subsidiaries - Puncak Niaga (M) Sdn Bhd (PNSB) and Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Syabas).

The minority shareholders have over 20 percent stake in PNHB. So far 130 shareholders have joined the group.

Imran also said the minority shareholders felt PNSB and Syabas had performed well.

"We are pleased with them overall. As shareholders, what we want are just returns and dividends. As long as we get it, we are happy," he said.

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Who Is The Real Racist?

First I just cannot equate Chinese docs not treating other race with GE13????
Secondly the when a doctor says cannot treat, does it mean he is not train in the field or he does not treat the patients fairly?
Thirdly why pick on a government servant who is employed by the federal government?
Forthly why only pick on the Chinese doctors?
Read the below news and decide for yourself......
A Penang Umno assemblyperson felt the full wrath of his Pakatan Rakyat opponents when he claimed in the state legislative assembly that ‘Chinese doctors are not treating Malay patients fairly’.

NONERoslan Saidin (BN-Pinang Tunggal, right) specifically alleged that three Chinese doctors in Seberang Jaya and Kepala Batas had refused to treat Malay patients.
He was referring to complaints brought to him about two doctors in the Kepala Batas Hospital and one in Seberang Jaya Hospital.

"For example, a Malay patient went to seek treatment for a bone fracture at the Seberang Jaya Hospital and the Chinese doctor said he could not treat him," he alleged during the proceedings today.

Roslan raised the issue when correlating the "Chinese Tsunami" to the outcome of the May 5 general election, and explaining the relationship between the different communities in Penang.
Chinese Malaysians who had largely voted for Pakatan, had been taken in by its lies, including those churned out by its cybertroopers, he said.

He noted that he too had suffered a drop in votes compared to the 2004 election, when the Chinese Malaysian community had backed the BN.

NONEHe said this when allowed to interject during the debate by RSN Rayer (DAP-Seri Delima, left) on the motion of thanks on the governor's speech.

Rayer grew visibly angry with the "unfounded" allegation, shouting that Roslan is a "racist" to have accused Chinese doctors of this.

"Pinang Tunggal has shown the real mentality of the Umno assemblypersons - they are all racists. Aren’t you ashamed to be accusing the Chinese?" he said, raising his voice.

Rayer urged Roslan to provide the evidence to back his allegations by today.

Dr Afif Bahardin (PKR-Seberang Jaya) also stood up to demand proof.

"These accusations are being made about civil servants in public hospitals. Give us the names of the doctors and we will take up this issue," he said.

"These accusations are serious as these doctors have been recruited by the federal government, so please give us their names.”

To this, Roslan said: "Pakatan Youth leaders are great. I will give you the names.”

He also warned that he would take Afif to task if no action is taken, since the latter heads the state health portfolio.

However, Afif retorted that the correct person would be the BN’s member of parliament for Balik Pulau (Dr Hilmi Yahya), as he is the deputy health minister.

Warning to reps

Rayer, in picking up the debate, kept Roslan under fire.

NONERoslan, in turn, pleaded with speaker Law Choo Kiang (left) to advise Rayer "not to continue clucking like a chicken".

Laughter broke out in the House, followed by a shouting match as Rayer pursued Roslan over his claims.

Finally, the speaker intervened to remind the elected representatives to behave themselves.

Law (left) warned that he would not hesitate to take action against those who failed to comply with the House regulations.

"Those who want to create history with this new speaker in the first session of the first term of the state assembly is welcome to do so," he said.

"Even if you wish to ask questions, please follow the House rules and regulations. You may analyse the general election results but don't overdo it.”

Law then asked Rayer for cooperation and expressed the hope that there would be no more disruptions to the debate.

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

The Difference Between PR And UMNO.

In Penang, PR appoints Coordinators. In Malacca, BN closes Jonker Walk. There is one minister from Umno who even asks those who voted the opposition to migrate.
See the difference........
Penang Umno has hit out at the state government’s move to appoint coordinators for constituencies won by BN.

State opposition leader Jahara Hamid said the appointments are “political” as BN assemblypersons have been always servicing the people in their constituencies for years.

“They said it is to service the people and we wonder if they have any other reason for hiring the coordinators,” she said.

NONEJahara (right) added that the BN representatives were willing to cooperate with the state government when helping the rakyat, refuting Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng’s claim that they had refused to help his administration.

She said the assemblypersons have been doing the registration for the state’s annual cash award for senior citizens and single mothers.

“We do it because they do not come to our areas to do the registration,” Jahara alleged.

Jahara said the opposition would not be challenging the state on this issue as it had the right to hire the coordinators.

“However, we want the state government to rethink if it is doing the right thing, if the reason is just to service the people, then it is unnecessary spending,” she added.

“There are civil servants, village development and security committee members and district officers to help the people as well,” she said.

Yesterday, Lim issued appointment letters to 10 coordinators.

Lim said their duties include providing service and welfare to the people as the BN assemblypersons do not cooperate with his administration.

He added that the state has offered the BN representatives posts in state committees but they have rejected them.

‘Our job is to monitor’

On why BN leaders were rejecting the state’s invitation to participate in the state committees, Jahara said, “It is their work, our job is to monitor.”

“If we are in the committees, we cannot work well as the opposition, we cannot speak and it is a ploy to cover our mouths,” she added.

“We also cannot speak in the House if we are part of the committees, we do not want to fall into their games,” she added.

Pinang Tunggal assemblyperson Roslan Saidin said that BN has governed the state in the past and the DAP has been in the opposition then.

“We, too, had invited them to be in state committees but they did not cooperate at that time,” said Roslan.

“So why are they bringing up the issue now?” Roslan asked.

A LapDog Party Wanted To Be A Backdoor Opposition?

Ha ha ha ha ...... This Dead Horse Party @ LapDog Party first had a backdoor minister. Now wanted to be a backdoor opposition??? Ha ha ha ha ha

Penang Gerakan, which failed to win any seat in the May 5 general election, is mulling other ways to play the role of opposition in the state legislative assembly.

dr teng hock nan interview 241108 02State party chief Dr Teng Hock Nan said it is likely that a representative would be sent to the sittings, which begin today and continue up to Friday.

However, he said the party will not hold daily press conferences "just for the sake of holding them", but only if there are important and necessary issues to raise..

On how the party plans to coordinate with the 10 Umno assemblypersons in the state legislature, Teng said: "Everyone (in the BN) is focusing on party elections, so let's talk about it after that.

“Anyway, we have always been playing our role as opposition through the party mechanism.”

Asked if Gerakan will reappoint coordinators for constituencies won by Pakatan Rakyat, he said this is up to the Prime Minister's Department to decide.

The BN coordinators had resigned to contest in the 13th general election.

"I am not aware of any new development in the area. Penang Gerakan has never discussed about this or submitted names for the list,” he added.

NONEYesterday, the Penang government had appointed 10 coordinators (right) in constituencies won by the BN, because these elected representatives have refused to work with the state administration.

The coordinators are paid a monthly allowance of RM2,500 and provided with an office and an assistant.

State Gerakan Youth chief Oh Tong Keong said the party has yet to discuss sending a representative to the state legislative proceedings.

"I will let our Youth wing members decide if they want to sit in. They are free to do so if they wish, there is no harm in wanting to do so.

"We encourage the young members to sit in and if they find any state policies that go against the people's interests, like hill slope development, they can raise the issue although we do not want them to simply shoot (criticise).”

Gerakan coordinators by end of year

Oh also said that the party’s coordinators should be appointed by the new leadership and that the list will likely be ready at the end of the year.

NONEPenang Gerakan is currently holding branch and division level polls.

"Even if we want to appoint coordinators, we would have to leave it to the new leadership to decide," Oh (right) noted.

He agreed that coordinators should be provided an allowance so that they do not have to spend their money in providing services to the people.

"But Gerakan is a party that is willing to provide services with or without returns. Although we have ceased operation of the coordinators' service centres, the headquarters in Jalan Macalister is open as usual.”

Are We Living In A Communist, Autocratic or Democratic Society?

What is Bozo talking about? We cannot even speculate what the gomen agency is doing????? What age are we living in? Ha ha ha ha ......
Barisan Nasional (BN) secretary-general Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor today called on certain quarters not to make speculations on the Election Commission (EC) being investigated by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) pertaining the indelible ink issue.

He also questioned the move taken by the opposition in demanding the EC leadership to step down just because of the issue, when it was the opposition leaders who insisted the use of the indelible ink in the 13th general election.

"Why? They were the ones who asked for the indelible ink to be used, and when there is an issue, they want the EC leadership to step down.

"I have stressed on this before, we don't need indelible ink, we have the IC (identity card) for verification (of voters) purposes, but certain quarters were afraid that the IC would be abused, so now, they want it to be investigated," Tengku Adnan, who is also federal territories minister, told reporters at the Parliament lobby today.

Yesterday, the Malaysian Insider news portal reported that the MACC had set up a task force to investigate the indelible ink fiasco, focusing on whether there was a criminal breach of trust or misuse of power in the purchase of the ink.

Prior to this, Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, who is also DAP secretary-general, had also issued a statement demanding the entire EC leadership to resign in connection with the indelible ink issue.

On the Kuala Besut state by-election, Tengku Adnan said BN had no problem if the by-election were to be held during the fasting month of Ramadan.

The state seat fell vacant following the death of its assemblyman Dr A Rahman Mokhtar of BN last Wednesday.

The EC is expected to convene a special meeting this Friday to set the date for the by-election, the first to be held after the May 5 general election.

- Bernama