Jan 2, 2010

Bangsa Malaysia hope for 2010: Happy New Year 2010

A lot of thing I learnt since I started to blog. I wrote my personal view on nation’s politics, education, sports, leadership, economy and several other fields, eventually received a lot of feedback from readers, some of them supported me and another group of them criticised and screwed me indeed. I begin New Year with new hope for my beloved Malaysian.

In conjunction with New Year, I have list of hopes to change Malaysia to be the best. I'm confident that most of the Malaysians hope as well same with mine. Truly speaking, Malaysia left out far from the developed nation status. We owned third class facilities and mentalities, not much things to proud of. Our leaders love to blame others, instead learn from the first world nations.

In year 2010, same as previous years I hope dramatic changes on our,

Politics and electoral system:

  • two party system solid coalitions of (BN-PR), proven effectiveness in United States, Britain, and Canada, has proven system's effectiveness
  • more clean and transparent Election Commission
  • emphasis people’s need first before party ideology


  • single school system agreed by all (without effecting mother tongue)

  • abolish quota system bring again merit system

  • higher education students allowed to involved in politics

  • problematic and racist teacher needs to be suspended and punished according to their disciplinary misbehaves


  • reform national football team again as it was in 70’s and 80’s with a bag of multiracial players

  • hope to see more world champions for example Lee Chong Wei and Nicol David


  • its doesn't matter lead the nation, must be fair and give equal rights to everyone despite the diversity of race and religion
  • not only take care of their and family members and cronies


  • abolish Internal Security Act (ISA), the law that haunting social activist, opposition leaders and race based organization leaders from time to time
  • abolish other act as well, including AUKU and OSA
  • judiciary system must stay apolitical, uncorrupted and unbiased


  • special plan by government to eradicate poverty
  • fuel price strictly follow the world price
  • government must stop waste taxpayers money and nations wealth on unprofitable projects and expends
  • old budget updated immediately in subsequent to the world economic crisis

Security and enforcement:

  • take action on policeman who abuse their power
  • immediately suspend authority who proven involved in corruption
  • set up special squad to reduce and combat crime rate in the affected housing area
  • police to stop their brutality towards people


Dec 31, 2009

Most famous slogan of the year 2009: '1Malaysia' vs 'PAS for all'

While PM Najib is paying up ‘1Malaysia’ lip services as usual in uniting all Malaysians, PAS with their own ‘PAS for all’ slogan wooing non Muslims to back them. Both parties have their respective approaches in order to promote their slogan.

1Malaysia by PM Najib
1Malaysia is an on-going campaign announced by PM Najib on September 16, 2008. He calls for the cabinet, government agencies, and civil servants to more strongly emphasize ethnic harmony, national unity, and efficient governance. After more than one year on, it seems like ‘word speaks louder than action’.

The people does not know what is the true meaning of 1Malaysia whereas PM still maintaining his ‘racial formula’ in managing our nation. The dividing policy of all Malaysians into Bumiputera and non-Bumiputera verse, depressions against the minorities and corrupted administration denying his efforts to build up 1Malaysia.

'PAS for all' by PAS
While PM emphasizing on 1Malaysia concept, PAS is championing ‘PAS for all’ concept to attract the non-Muslims to support them. One of the evidence that PAS succeeded to create the confidence on non-Muslims when large number of Non Muslims voted for them in the past General Election.

Beside that, PAS strongly oppose the ‘Bumiputera’ policy that was introduced by UMNO. This emerges PAS as fair to all among the Non Muslims. The fair and equal leaderships in Kelantan, Kedah and formerly in Perak which led by PAS MBs also show that the party is really struggling for all.

Should learn from each other
1Malaysia sounds superb but sadly PM has nothing to impress the people. In fact, 1Malaysia is a wonderful ideology but disappointingly no proper implementations to endorse it. Hope PM Najib learns from PAS on how to lead all Malaysians fairly and equally regardless of race and religion.

BYE BYE 2009!

Dec 30, 2009

Mahathir Anak Lelaki Iskandar Kutty a.k.a Mahathir bin Mohamed


Mahathir's forefathers are from South India in Kerala state. Mahathir was born and named as Mahathir s/o Iskandar Kutty @Mahathir Mohamed. Mahathir's father, (Iskandar Kutty) was a school teacher of Indian origin, specifically Malayalam (people in South India, Kerala state), having migrated from the southern state of Kerala.

He is the fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia which he held for 22 years. From 1981 to 2003, he is the country's longest serving Prime Minister as well as in the whole of Asia. Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad started life not as Malay but as Malayali -the people of Kerala in south India, where his father came from. When he was studying in a university in Singapore, Mahathir was listed as an indian.

Mahathir is full of paradoxes on racial issues. Many of his policies have had the effect of reducing the racial element in government decisions, watering down the agenda to advance malay interests. But in fact he failed to protect and maintain the immunity of Malay rulers. Yet, despite his trumpeting of Asian identity, Mahathir appears ashamed to admit his Indian heritage.

In his book, A New Deal for Asia, he writes about his father in such a way as to imply that he was Malay dedicated to the improvement of his fellow Malays rather than the hard-working Indian immigrant and government servant that he was. He has forgotten his root! It's hard to accept this truth for those racist, but lets be open and don't simply deny the fact just because you are a racist!

Dec 29, 2009

Gangguan seksual di sebuah Institut Pendidikan Guru Malaysia (IPGM): Kerajaan perlu memandang serius perkara ini

Sebuah Institut Pendidikan Guru di ibu negara dicemari dengan gangguan seksual oleh pensyarah terhadap penuntutnya. Tindakan yang sewajarnya tidak diambil walaupun laporan telah dibuat kepada pihak atasan Institut tersebut. Saya mendapat maklumat ini daripada blog seorang guru pelatih yang menjadi mangsa gangguan seksual pensyarah lelakinya. Baca di sini- Gangguan Seksual diIPBA???

Pensyarah lelaki terbabit sering menyentuh bahagian tertentu tubuh guru pelatih perempuan. Menurut mangsa pensyarah tersebut tetap menyentuh walaupun dia bertindak menghalang perbuatan tersebut. Di samping itu, pensyarah terbabit juga menggangu guru pelatih perempuan melalui pujuk rayu di telefon.

Ibu bapa mangsa dan mangsa sendiri merasakan kampus latihan tersebut sebagai tempat yang tidak selamat untuk menuntut ilmu. Malah pihak pentadbir juga gagal melindungi guru pelatih perempuan dan seterusnya gagal mangambil tindakan terhadap pensyarah yang kurang ajar tersebut.

Saya secara tidak langsungnya mewakili guru-guru pelatih seluruh negara mengharapkan agar tindakan yang setimpal diambil terhadap pensyarah yang berkelakuan biadap terhadap guru-guru pelatih perempuan. Tindakan ini juga penting untuk memartabatkan profesion perguruan dan mengembalikan kepercayaan dan keselesaan guru-guru pelatih yang menjadi mangsa gangguan seksual.

Di samping itu, saya juga mengaharapkan pihak-pihak di luar sana yang terbaca petikan ini dan blog mangsa tersebut membawa perkara ini kepada media untuk perhatian umum dan kerajaan. Ini penting agar penuntut-penuntut atau mahasiswa/siswi yang juga akan menjadi pemimpin masa hadapan sentiasa berada dalam keadaan selesa ketika menuntut ilmu.

Dec 27, 2009

The 'results' of corruption

More than hundreds of thousands Malaysians including private and public university/college students rely on express buses to travel. This number increases rampantly especially during festive seasons and semester breaks. It’s a fact that express buses are not that safe to travel nowadays since there are a lot of crashes reported by media frequently.

Human life should not be taken lightly. The government must enforce the law immediately to curb further fatalities from the bus crashes. I just wonder how the accidents happen although inspections are carried out by JPJ thoroughly! Are there corruptions involved between the express bus companies, drivers, Malaysian Road Transport Department (JPJ) officers and police officers? I think you know the answer.


DECEMBER 26, 2009

10 killed in Malaysia bus crash: police

MAY 19, 2009

Two die, seven hurt in bus and trailer crash

APRIL 16, 2009

Express bus rams into car, killing mom and children

APRIL 13, 2009

6 die, 5 injured in express bus crash (Update)

DECEMBER 7, 2008

Ten die, 19 injured in bus crash near Tangkak (Update)

JUNE 4, 2008

Two killed in Karak crash, 17 including driver, hurt

APRIL 17, 2008

Thai girl dies in bus crash

JANUARY 30, 2008

20 dead in Malaysian bus crash

July 31, 2006

Twelve pilgrims on the way to St Anne’s Feast were killed when a chartered bus crashed at the 160th kilometre of the North-South Expressway near Nibong Tebal. Thirty-five others were injured.

Dec 1, 2003

Fourteen passengers were killed in an early morning collision involving two buses – a school bus which was converted for commercial use and an express bus – at the 63rd kilometre of the Kuala Lipis-Merapoh trunk road. Twenty-three others were injured.

April 21, 2001

Twelve women and a boy were killed when a bus skidded and crashed into a ditch off the Pengkalan Hulu-Baling road near Baling.

Jan 15, 2001

Nine people were killed and five seriously injured when an express bus and a

trailer lorry collided head-on at the 24th kilometre of the Sarikei-Sibu road during heavy rain.

Dec 22, 1999

A Mutiara express bus caught fire after plunging into a ravine at Kampung Bayu in Paloh, near Gua Musang killing three passengers and injuring eight.

July 16, 1996

A bus, ferrying a group of factory workers and their families on a holiday excursion, plunged into a 120m-deep ravine near the Genting Highlands Resort, killing 17 of them. Six were children.


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