Wednesday, April 30, 2008

CIMB CEO realises in 2008 what Lee Kuan Yew already knew in 1965

CIMB's CEO may be a little "Johnny Come Lately" with his realisation about the NEP. The rest of us already knew this from the start. Heck.., Lee Kuan Yew had even said so to the Malaysian Parliament in 1965.

NEP re-examination inevitable: CIMB CEO

KUWAIT CITY, Tues: THE implementation of the New Economic Policy should be reviewed so it does not undermine economic development, a prominent banker said. Speaking on the sidelines of the fourth World Islamic Economic Forum, CIMB Group chief executive officer Datuk Nazir Razak, who is also WIEF Young Leaders Network chairman, said the time had come for a re-examination.

“My worry is that when the government is trying so hard to help the Bumiputeras, it may hamper and undermine their future and achievements. When you give them contracts and money easily, you are actually undermining the spirit of entrepreneurship.”

Nazir argued that the monies should be spent on education. “We should be spending more on education. And in terms of financing, access to it should be extended, not giving out free financing. This subsidy thing is just not right. You are actually encouraging a subsidy mentality.”

He said a review of NEP was inevitable. “What is good, what is not so good, what has failed or what has actually undermined Bumiputera development; we should be looking into all this. There are so many things we can learn from other countries.”

While there is no denying that the NEP had been successful, Nazir questioned its sustainability. “Is it not the time now to review the policy? Everybody accepts the need for some kinds of affirmative action but it must be implemented in a way that does not undermine economic progress. What is important is to apply the correct policies in this day and age. Nowadays, the world is open to just anybody.” he said.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Ketuanan Melayu, Kekuasaan Cina & Keagungan India

Apparently Malay supremacy is not about Malays being superior at all. It's about Malays not being coolies. According to our esteemed PM:

The definition of ketuanan Melayu (Malay supremacy) is not about the Malays being in a position to dominate, rule over and force their power upon other races, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. He said Malay supremacy meant that the Malays, as the indigenous people in Malaysia, needed to strengthen themselves to ensure they were successful and developed.

“If they are not successful and developed, then they are not tuan (masters), therefore they will be coolies. I am sure we do not want to become coolies who do not play any role in development because we are weak and not able.

“So when we talk about that (Malay supremacy), we mean we must be successful in many fields. It is never about ruling over others, or forcing our power upon them,” he told reporters after chairing the Umno supreme council meeting last night. - The Star
Okaaaaaayyyyyyy... since I'm sure the Malays don't wish the Chinese and Indians to be coolies either, then I'm equally sure that nobody would mind if the Chinese and Indian communities also adopt similarly wholesome and constructive concepts. Right?!

Sean-the-man hereby proposes that in addition to Ketuanan Melayu, Malaysians also wholeheartedly embrace Kekuasaan Cina and Keagungan India... yes?

Monday, April 28, 2008

Songkok, Balkis & an Apology 'IF' your balls dislike being kicked

The Songkoks

RPK had dedicated several postings on his site to accuse DAP of being racist and chauvinist. He's not very happy that one DAP politician refused to wear a songkok to a palace function.

RPK reckons that refusing to don a songkok is:

(1) disrespectful of the royals and royal etiquette

The rulers cannot be the impartial rulers of Malaysians of all races & religions on one hand, and the uncompromising champions of Malays and Islam on the other hand. That proposition is as meaningless, contrarian and nonsensical as saying the NEP will ensure the economic special privileges of Malays while ensuring that non-Malays are not disadvantaged.

You can't be one whilst being the other. To possess one necessarily means to dispossess the other.

How do the rulers be relevant to Malaysians of all races, if they cannot get past the need for royal protocol to contort all Malaysians to look & act like Malays in their presence?

If the argument is that a baju Melayu, samping and songkok are the 'Malaysian dress', then shouldn't the mandarin collar, sari and cheongsam enjoy the same status and be acceptable at the palace? Are we not an inclusive society?

(2) disrespectful of the wishes of your host

RPK says here that the host of a house can impose a dress code on his guests. I'm not sure which code of courtesy that came from, but I have always been under the impression that a good host respects his guests' lifestyle and sensitivities - and would always go out of his way to accomodate them.

In addition, it also depends on who paid for the host's house. If all the guests chipped in and paid for the host's house, I'd take a rather dim view on the host who then imposes various terms and conditions on his guests before they can enter the house which they (the guests) paid for.

(3) not seeing the forest for the trees

Here I agree. Could the DAP assemblyman have compromised for the greater good? Sure. But make sure it's compromise, not submission. Mistaking compromise for submission is what got this country into trouble in the first place.

I would also add this point.

Refusing to wear a songkok is racist & chauvinist? How do you logically derive that? It may be unwise. It may be obstinate, uncooperative and unconstructive. It may be downright unfriendly. But racist & chauvinist?

How does one's brain have to work in order to conclude that refusing to don a songkok is racist? Is refusing to speak Malay chauvinist? Is refusing to eat halal food racist & chauvinist? It's unnecessarily unconvenient to all parties concerned for sure, but is it anything more than that?

Isn't it more racist and chauvinist to decree that everyone must wear songkoks, speak Malay and consume halal food only?

Which is more agressive, arrogant and seeking to impose your will on others?... Choosing not to do something (refuse to wear a songkok) or refuse someone a choice (to wear or not to wear a songkok)?

Balkis, Baiduri and Bakti

Apparently a bunch of BN politician wives felt that the RM9 million in a 'charity' are their personal piggy bank which they can move around as they please. They felt that they had worked hard to raise the money and since they weren't confident that the wives of the new govt would put the funds to 'similar' use as they did - they were entitled to endow it to another party of their choosing.

Firstly, I'm not sure if getting money from state owned companies owned or funded by a govt led by their husbands qualifies as hard work.

Secondly, think about this parallel situation.

What if... in the next election, the Pakatan Rakyat wins it to be the new govt... but the old BN govt moves the entire treasury to a Swiss bank account under UMNO - because they (BN) felt that they had worked hard to build the treasury reserves, and they felt that the new govt might not put the funds to 'similar' use?

Why the hell are unelected 'wives' getting their filthy hands on state funds anyway?

The Apology

Hishammuddin 'The Keris' Hussein made a steeply qualified apology to the non-Malays 'IF' they were offended by his antics with his phallic symbol.

Let's not be coy about it. The non-Malays have no problems with a keris, or how it signifies Malay dignity etc. What offended us is the fact that someone drew a keris during an UMNO general assembly AND that act was accompanied by threats of violence and bloodshed against the non-Malays. And is it not fact that the keris has been repeatedly drawn, with the same racial threats being made, during successive UMNO functions since then? It is not the mere drawing of the keris from its sheath, but the manner in which it was drawn and the circumstances and statements surrounding the act which offends the non-Malays.

And the Sham's apology is like apologising to people who were kicked in the balls only 'IF' they objected to being kicked in the balls. The connotation is that no apology is necessary if they don't object to being kicked in the balls. Therefore, the act of kicking someone in the balls is nothing to apologise for, especially if those being kicked don't (dare to?) object to it. Furthermore, he also apologised to those who, like him, enjoy kicking other people in the balls... because he wasn't able to transform kicking someone in the balls - into an act that people (who get their balls kicked) would not be in a position to object.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Aryan race challenged. Nazis being dominated by lesser humans.

That's how I interpret Utusan Malaysia's headline on the Kelantan clown prince's statement yesterday.

Ketuanan Melayu tercabar - Kaum lain lebih dominan dari segi politik, ekonomi – Tengku Faris

- Utusan Malaysia.
There is a more subtle but infinitely more vicious intent to Utusan's headline. You know how the conventional wisdom has always been Malays dominate politics (power) while the Chinese can have the economy (as long as the UMNOputras become filthy rich without raising a finger, that is)... this headline implies that the Chinese now possess both, and the Malays are left with neither (or nothing).

This, in my mind, is Utusan instigating a Malay outburst against the Chinese, by yet again posing the latter as a bogeyman.

The Editor of Utusan and the writer of this article must be arrested for sedition!

Saturday, April 12, 2008

To MCA: Islamic states only lasts 5 years.

MCA says:

Pas will eventually come into power and when it does, it will amend the Federal Constitution and turn the country into a Islamic state which implements Hudud law.

"This is what the MCA has long been warning the people about; that Pas has this ulterior motive of trying to force upon the country the concept of an Islamic state," said Ong yesterday in a "I told you so" manner, after chairing the party's presidential council meeting.

Ong said during the recent election, Pas had put on the "friendly mask" of wanting to create a welfare state to attract voters.

But now, the "ugly tail" of wanting to form an Islamic state has again shown itself.
"This is something multiracial Malaysia cannot accept. MCA is strongly against it and we think a lot of the non-Muslim parties will agree with us," he said.

"Both the DAP and PKR must come out openly about their stand on Malaysia as an Islamic state," Liow added that DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng should offer an apology to the Malaysian public, especially the Chinese community.

This was because by siding with Pas, the DAP had camouflaged the party's true intention of wanting to create an Islamic state, hence misleading the Chinese into voting for Pas, he added.
That roughly sums up the coverage by NST: 'MCA slams Pas' Islamic state plan' and The Star: 'MCA slams PAS on hudud goal'.

I think MCA (and BN/UMNO) still don't comprehend the full significance of the political avalanche that that overwhelmed the whole country, little over a month ago.

Don't they realise that it doesn't matter anymore whether PAS still hides a desire to turn the country into an Islamic state. It doesn't matter anymore if PKR and DAP actually colluded with PAS on this issue. You see, MCA, it really doesn't matter anymore what you political parties want.

Howzat, you ask? Well, there's this here thing called a general election. It occurs every 5 years and the people get to choose their government. And how it works is that we get to choose any political party we want, to govern. The deeper significance is that we get to dump any govt we want after 5 years if it doesn't do whatever we, the people, want. Therefore, it's what we want that matters, not what you want... not what PAS wants, not what PKR and DAP want... and certainly not what MCA wants.

So there will no more social contracts. Political parties will not be allowed to 'represent' the races of Malaysia and purport to bind them into evergreen 'social contracts' that go against basic democratic and human rights - like the MCA, UMNO and MIC had supposedly done in 1957. Any contracts and agreements between PAS, PKR and DAP will apply to the country only for as long as they are in power. Therefore, any 'contract' between the Pakatan Rakyat components for an Islamic state will only last 5 years before Malaysians get to ratify or revoke it in a general election.

If Malaysians overwhelmingly vote for a govt that will institute an Islamic state, then so be it. The people have spoken. But based on this year's election results, there is no Islamic state on the horizon in the foreseeable future. And even if there was, it can only last 5 years. 5 years from now, we will have another election and we get to decide if we want an Islamic state all over again. So, why does MCA worry? Shut up lah!

So the main thing by far, is that we, as citizens Muslim and non-Muslim - must ensure that the elections are free, fair and that as many eligible people vote as possible. As long as we have that, we... not the political parties, decide every 5 years how we live.

In any case I'm not too worried about PAS. They seem to be doing pretty well with PKR and DAP. In one short month, we have a Chinese CM and Indian Deputy CM in Penang, a Malay MB in Perak who speaks Chinese, the promise to implement affirmative action based on need rather than race, the granting of titles to new villages and the assurance that places of worship for all faiths will be respected and built. So yes, PAS for its part, is doing just fine.

And here's an interesting take from RPK of Malaysiatoday in 'Running dog running scared' on why MCA is making such a fuss about PAS and the Islamic state issue. He reckons it's because the Malays who voted with the Chinese and Indians for change are now ignoring UMNO and their attempts to incite racial tensions. So, BN needs MCA to play the 'ugly Chinaman' of May 13, 1969 and these inflammatory press statements are the 'penyapu' (brooms) strapped to the front of lorries parading through Malay kampungs. Why? BN wants MCA to re-ignite Malay fears and the fires of racial conflict in order to return BN to absolute power... just like May 13, 1969.

K'tan clown prince clueless on basis of social contract

Here's a gem from the clown prince of Kelantan on Malaysiakini.

Tengku Faris: Non-Malays should not seek equality
Andrew Ong | Apr 12, 08 2:10pm

Kelantan Crown Prince Tengku Faris Petra said today that Malays had been coerced into giving non-Malays citizenship and the latter should therefore not seek equality or special treatment.
Since you're royalty, you deserve some respect. But having said that, I'm no monarchist and my respect needs to be earned. So, let me start by saying "Ain't there no books in the palace? You need to read more." Here's a little something to start you off:

From sean-the-man's The Real 'Social Contract'.
There you have it!

In no uncertain terms, the deal was that: Citizenship was granted, in exchange for the use of the Malay language. NOT in exchange for the special position of Malays.

So what is the basis then, for the special position of Malays? According to Tun Dr Ismail, the special position is a privilege accorded to the underprivileged..., not a birthright entitled to a certain race.
It's really unfortunate that a member of the royalty, especially a future sultan, would choose to endorse such a disintegrative view of Malaysian society. That it is fair to enforce unequal first and second classes of citizenship. That it is fair that the majority Malays, like ancient gods and feudal lords, must be continuously appeased and sacrifices offered, lest they open a can of whup ass on their lesser countrymen.

Here's a second item for you to read:
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.
That's Thomas Jefferson, The Constitution of the United States of America. You'll do well to remember that.

sean-the-man is glad that he is a native of Perak, where his liege commands that each of his subjects have an equal place under the sun shining on his state. My hand has 5 fingers, guess which one is sticking up.

More good arguments against the Kelantanese clown prince's statements from Malaysians Unplugged Uncensored.

Friday, April 11, 2008

Non-Malays are 'musuh dalam selimut'. I'm tired of this shit.

This is my 560th blog post. The 150,000th visitor passed by a while ago when I posted on Chua Soi Lek's sexcapades.

You know folks.., I'm tired. I'm tired of this shit. After all that's happened leading up to the watershed elections of 8 March, I'm tired that there are still people who think it's still only about us versus them. I'm tired that after 5 generations, they still see us as "penindas", "musuh dalam selimut" and "tangan yang tidak sepatutnya". I'm tired that 'Tanah Melayu' is still a rallying call for racism, Malay Nazism and anti-Chinese rhetoric. I'm tired that that venerable institutions that my tax money helped pay for, like Universiti Malaya, can stamp "DILULUSKAN" on such racist garbage.

Afandy B. Sutrisno Tanjung... are you even fucking Malaysian? I might be mistaken, but your name sounds very Indonesian. Were you born here? I was. Everyone in my family since my grandparents on both sides were born in Malaysia. How about yours? How long has your family been in Malaysia? Mine's been here 5 generations. Do you have any relatives in Indonesia (or Pakistan or whatever)? I have none in China. And you're calling me "warga asing"?

But you've got one thing right. Given the chance, you will absolutely be "ditikam". Repeatedly and with a very blunt but jagged knife. Not because of any enemies under the blankets, but because you're just a god-damned myopic racist son of a bitch. May the fleas of a thousand camels infest your crotch and may your arms be too short to scratch it. Now go lick your own arsehole like the mongrel dog that you are.

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

RELA. Gangsters with uniforms and badges

Again, RELA has shown total disregard for the basic rights of individuals and property owners. Even if we assumed that RELA's members are properly trained and were acting on irrefutable probable cause, their totally unrestrained tactics (like Nazi stormtroopers clearing out Jewish neighbourhoods) cannot be condoned.

What more when RELA members are no more than petty, uneducated, jobless men with batons and guns.

RELA recruitment criteria:

Syarat Syarat Am Untuk Menjadi Ahli RELA

1. Warganegara Malaysia.

2. Umur 16 tahun ke atas bagi kaum wanita dan 17 tahun ke atas bagi kaum lelaki.

3. Sihat tubuh badan.
That's it! Basically ANY 16 year old female or 17 year old male Malaysian who's not physically handicapped (mental handicap is not a problem?) can become a member of RELA.

No educational or employment requirements. No background checks. Nothing at all to ensure the quality and integrity of its recruits.

RELA training:
Jangkamasa latihan adalah dari 3 hingga 14 hari dan bergantung kepada jenis kursus. Latihan ini membolehkan seseorang anggota itu dapat memberikan sumbangan yang efektif dalam mencapai objektif pasukan.
3 to 14 days?! I had longer training in the boys scouts and even then, I wasn't allowed to beat people up or break into their houses.

So, now do you see what's wrong? How can you take someone off the street with no educational background nor any evidence of good character.., give them a few days of training and then expect them to be able to enforce the law? Some of them might not be able to read the newspaper, much less interpret the law, for god's sake (there's no educational criteria, remember?).

These are gangsters with uniforms and badges, on a state funded power trip. The Chinese have a saying for their outrageous behaviour whenever they put on that stupid green uniform and gather in herds - "holding a feather duster, thinking it is a Commander's baton".

Tour guide cries foul over Rela raid

KUALA LUMPUR: A 42-year-old tour guide has lodged a police report after a group of Rela members allegedly tried to break into her apartment in Tingkat Tong Shin here while apparently tracking a suspected illegal immigrant.

Leow Mee Leng said that the men had failed to identify themselves properly, did not have a search warrant and were not accompanied by any policeman or Immigration officer.

In the 3.15am incident on Monday, Leow said she was fast asleep at her apartment located on the second floor of a town house.

"I heard a thumping sound at my front door and heard a man shouting loudly, asking me to come out.

"I went to the door and asked him what the problem was, but he only shouted back that if I did not open the door he would break it open.

"I peeked through the peephole and saw several men standing outside. Fearing for my life, I ran back into my room and telephoned my first-floor neighbour who advised me to open the door," she said.

Leow said she hesitated for several minutes but decided to open the door when her neighbour and his wife came over to her apartment and shouted at her to open the door.

"There were about six to eight men in uniform, and one of them just dashed into my house with a torchlight.

"The man came out several minutes later and told his superior that he did not find anything,'' she said, adding that they refused to tell her what they were looking for.

Leow said that when urged by her neighbour, one of the Rela members told him that they were looking for "someone" who had escaped and believed to be hiding in Leow's house.

"The man also asked my neighbour's wife whether I was a Malaysian. When she told them that I was, they told me to go back into my apartment and then left hastily,'' she said.

Leow claimed that several minutes later, she saw the men taking away four women and two men from another apartment.

She said her front door had been damaged and is missing an iron bar. She lodged a report at the Dang Wangi police station on Monday evening.

Monday, April 07, 2008

From a whore to the queen. UMNO throws money at the British.

Hmmm... I'm not quite sure if the March 8 election defeat shorted out some of the brains of your UMNO-led government. But it seems like UMNO is seeking solace in their former 'tuans' (colonial masters). Rather than sorting out the UMNO leadership crisis, they seem to take comfort in the distraction of throwing money at Britain.

First, they want to give money to a British whore because she's good at kumon and sudoku. Now they want to pay 2 million ringgit! so that 122 soldiers of the Malay regiment can go 'jaga pintu' for the British queen.

London sentry mission under fire
Monday, 07 April 2008 on Malaysiakini

(The Sun) PETALING JAYA (April 7, 2008): The government’s decision to spend about RM2 million to send 122 members of the Royal Malay Regiment (RMR) to serve "London public duties" for two months has come under fire.

“It is a waste of taxpayers’ money,” Federation of Consumers Association vice president K. Koris said today. “We should be looking at protecting our country instead of thinking about sending our troops to guard Buckingham Palace,” he told theSun.

“We have more pressing issues here and they could use our army to look at guarding our borders from illegal immigrants instead of spending money to send them to guard Queen Elizabeth.”

“There is no logic at all for them to go over there and waste so much money. This is another example of the government wasting taxpayers’ money, when daily expenditures are rising for the people,” he said.

He was responding to an announcement by Malaysian Armed Forces public relations acting director Kol Fadzlette Othman Merican that the 122-member team will leave on April 16 for a two-month tour of duty at a cost of RM1.9 million to cover the insurance, attire and flight tickets.

The team will be guarding Buckingham Palace, St James’s Palace, the Tower of London and also Windsor Castle.

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak, who is also the defence minister, defended the decision to send the team as a recognition for Malaysian soldiers.

He said it was a recognition for the soldiers’ credibility, as the Chief of General Staff of the United Kingdom, Sir Richard Dannat, had been impressed with them during a visit here recently. “He saw our capability, the way our soldiers marched, so he proposed that we be given this honour. I take it as an honour for our Malay Regiment. It is not about guarding the palace but about the recognition. That is important,” he said.
Really? If the Brits were that impressed, they would have paid for the excursion. The fact the you're paying for your own airfare just doesn't send the message that you're all that important in the overall scheme of things. I can't help but draw a parallel to our astrocannot, where we also spent millions for nothing more than some imaginary honour and misplaced pride.

Friday, April 04, 2008

A Butterfly's Lesson for the NEP, Special Rights & Privileges

Fairer for Muslims to just run away & hide from non-Muslims

Damn... I wish these self-righteous bastards will just give it a rest.

And btw, MCA, Gerakan and MIC... if you want an opportunity to show that you're still relevant to multi-racial, multi-religious Malaysia... here's the perfect opportunity. Don't waste it.

Proposal to prosecute non-Muslims for khalwat
By IZATUN SHARI in Star Online

A seminar on Syariah Law review wants non-Muslims found committing khalwat (close proximity) with Muslims to also be held liable.

This was among the proposals made at the two-day seminar organised by the Islamic Institute of Understanding Malaysia (Ikim) and the Syariah Judiciary Department Malaysia.

Syariah Court of Appeal Judge Datuk Mohd Asri Abdullah said the seminar had proposed that non-Muslims committing khalwat with Muslims should also be sentenced accordingly, but in the civil courts.

“We don’t have the jurisdiction to sentence non-Muslims committing khalwat with Muslims,” he told reporters after closing the seminar on behalf of department director-general Datuk Ibrahim Lembut at Ikim here today.

“The Muslims can be sentenced in Syariah courts, and the non-Muslim partners can probably be sentenced in the civil courts, to be fair to both parties.”
FAIR? I doubt Ikim and the Syariah Judiciary Department even know what FAIR means.

Do they firstly agree that khalwat is merely a sin according to the religion of Islam, and not a crime under Malaysian law? If they do, then how can a non-Muslim be rightfully punished for what is merely an Islamic sin?

How dare they suggest any attempt to pass judgement on and punish non-Muslims using the self-imposed religious yardstick of a religion they do not profess and want absolutely nothing to do with?

Those douche bags always quote "there is no compulsion in Islam". But they keep attempting to impose so much compulsion outside Islam, on non-Muslims. And they still wonder why non-Muslims are so sick of them.

I put it to IKIM and the Syariah Judiciary Dept that it is infinitely fairer and much more expedient - to simply make it a religious law that Muslims must run far, far away and hide from non-Muslims whenever one approaches.

Thursday, April 03, 2008

Dutch inaction against Wilders follows Muslim precedents

The Muslim community has always taken great pains to point out that the destructive actions of a few terrorists, extremists and hate-mongers does not mean that Islam and Muslims promote terrorism, extremism or violence and intolerance of any form. That the larger Muslim community cannot be demonised and penalised for the misdeeds of a few. And I agree.

But it is also this same community who now insist on holding the entire nation of Netherlands and anybody even remotely associated with all things Dutch - accountable and personally responsible for the individual actions of one Geert Wilders (who produced the short film 'Fitna'). They say that the entire nation and citizenry of Netherlands and all companies selling Dutch products must shoulder the blame for somehow 'not preventing' Wilders from broadcasting his film. Dutch Lady Malaysia actually had to take out print ads to distance themselves from being 'Dutch'.

How come the 2 sets of rules are exactly opposite, depending on whether the mischief is perpetrated by Muslims or by non-Muslims AND whether it's perpetrated on Muslims or on non-Muslims?

Perhaps the (rest of the) world will take these protests more seriously and roll their eyes a little less - if the so-called 'moderate' Muslim community had in the past, actually taken any tangible action at all against terrorism, religious extremism and intolerance, other than writing wordy letters to newspapers that most Muslims will never read anyway (especially the radical ones that think that any problem can be solved by blowing it up or shooting it down).

Otherwise don't blame the Dutch for not restraining the wayward actions of one of their own, when Muslims have shown, time and time again, to be morbidly unwilling to do the same.

Wednesday, April 02, 2008

WTF? Malaysian taxpayers to bail out British hooker

WTF?! Your Malaysian govt wants to spend our tax money rehabilitating a GBP130/hour British hooker who dropped out of school because of her pedophile Pakistani father.

Why? Because her mother was a Malaysian at one time.

For god's sake... this girl is NOT EVEN MALAYSIAN! Why you sibuk sangat?

And if somebody really wanted to rehabilitate hookers... I'm willing to bet an hour with "very pretty, size 8, 32D bust and 5'5" tall, available for booking every day from 11am to 8pm" Sufiah that there are thousands of hookers who are Malaysian - with parents who are both also Malaysian - whom we can help. And I'll also bet another hour of carnal pleasure with Sufiah that most of our local prostitutes are forced to sell their bodies, unlike their British passport holding counterpart who does it willingly.

In addition, we can help these fellow Malaysians without having to send Minister in PM's dept, Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and his deputy, Senator Datuk Dr. Mashitah Ibrahim on a taxpayer paid holiday to England and without using the Malaysian public's money to pay for the university fees & other expenses of a British subject.

By the way, can we ask the Pakistani govt to bear half the cost?

Read Utusan for how the PM's dept is going to embark on their 'quest' to save a British callgirl.

Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Knight Rider's KITT 2008 is a Mustang

KITT is going to be a Ford Mustang in 2008. Actually, KITT is based on a customised Shelby GT500 KR, which in turn is based on the new Ford Mustang.

And right at the bottom's a youtube of an earlier version the Mustang that would be KITT. It has bling silver wheels, fewer air intakes, low key spoiler and a silly cobra on the front grille. The final KITT though, is way more cool and aggressive as in the first 2 pictures below. Watch KITT do burnouts in Jay Leno's Garage.