Malaysians, especially Muslims, must avoid being totally immersed in the internet culture, especially Facebook and Twitter, said Information Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.
Malaysia has been getting some heavy stone age comments coming from politicians and certain individuals. With the Allah issue taking headlines, Information Minister, Datuk Dr.Rais Yatim has came out in his usual style telling Malaysians not to (over) indulge in social networks such as Facebook & Twitter. Continue reading »
Remember the A1 GP? The race touted to be the 2nd fiddle to F1 could be dead if not already dead yet. I enjoyed the race simply because it ran similar spec cars and it was a even playing field. So with some good team work and a good driver can win you races, so that means if you had money bags alone.. It doesn’t mean you can finish on top of the podium.
Recently there hasn’t been much news about the A1 GP so i decided to have a check on what was up with the races. To my surprise, the A1 GP website is dead! So i went looking for news about the race and there wasn’t much?! Continue reading »
After the previous election, it was clear that the people’s voice was being finally heard. Not because BN lost states and a significant majority but because there were signs that people want something and the polls were reflecting that very sentiment. Then there was some drama with the PM and his decision to step down and the succesor being decided etc…
Then the hostile take over of Perak happened! It was very tragic in the way the govt was thrown out and a new govt was formed without the mandate from the people. As a nuetral, one would think that if the govt didnt have the mojority a election would be called to let the people decide on who should govern them.
Simple logic, there always will be bad apples in any basket.. It can be a dark blue,dark blue or event a white basket. But how should we deal with these bad apples? Remove them and let the people decide who should replace them maybe?
Anyway..It was truly sad in the way things have unfolded isnt it? Not because Pakatan lost power but how the people were undermind! I spoke to many friends who voted in that state and the sentiments is clear, most are dissapointed.
Below is some polls that have been done since : Continue reading »
There are more UMNO members joining PKR. In Bandar Tun Razak ,Norasida Silam who was the deputy chairman of the division and Azmi Hassan, a former deputy chairman both submitted their forms to the Menteri Besar of Selangor , Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim at his Bandar Tun Razak office. They were joint by 148 new supporters joining them in the cross over.
Why join PKR?
“Norasida wanted to join us because he said he could no longer tolerate the non-existence of democracy practice in Umno, for instance the quota system for party elections,” said Bandar Tun Razak PKR deputy chief Othman Karim.
“He said … he prefers to work for the people, not only for the Malays,” said Othman.
Sounds like a valid reason to me, what you think?