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Thursday, November 27, 2014

White Paper on IS extremism

The House debated the White Paper on IS extremism. It explains the deviation from Islam and the barbarism of these extremists in Iraq and Syria. Malaysians support measures to prevent any form of extremism. These measures must not be abused.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

جنايه سيبر: ڤارا ڤغگونا اينترنيت برهاتي-هاتي.ڤنجنايه سنتياس مغنچم

ڤنجنايه ماهير مپرغ ڤلباگاي بيدغ&ستياڤ تاهون دنيا روگي بربيليون دولر. ڤد  2013 مليسيا هيلغ RM1 بيليون.

Beware of cyber-crimes

Cyber criminals are sophisticated. They attack various fields in the world, stealing multibillion dollars. In 2013, Malaysia lost over RM1 billion and handled 10,636 cases. Netizens must beware.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The quality of Malaysian teachers

I spoke in parliament on 807,000 guru di Malaysia. Many of them are dedicated. The Education Ministry must raise the quality of all teachers.

Do not abuse stringent laws

Home Minister Datuk Seri Zahid says the Government is no hooligan. Stringent laws are to strengthen the nation. The people hope that the Government does not abuse these laws.

Monday, November 24, 2014

How does the Ministry protect Malaysians sportspersons from 'doping'?

The ministry must explain how it protects sportspersons from allegations of doping. What are the preventive measures to ensure that there is no positive urine or blood test in any sportspersons?

EPL Football: Manchester United 2:1 Arsenal.

Manchester United showed its capability. Arsenal did badly. MU is 4th in the premier league. Its manager Louis van Gaal has said that despite the turbulence, the club may still be in the top four of the league.

EPL Football: Crystal Palace 3 : 1 Liverpool

Liverpool is out of form. Its manager is thinking hard to get good results.

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Children with developmental problems and disabilities

10% children have developmental problems and 1% disabilities. The Government must consider how to handle these problems such as having competent specialists.

Obesity is getting worse in Malaysia

Mckinsey Global Institute says that more than 2.1 billion people globally--or nearly 30% of the world's population--are now overweight or obese. Obesity is blamed for 5% of all deaths.
     Obesity costs US$2 tril (RM6.7 tril) in healthcare and lost productivity.
     English medical journal,Lancet, indicates that out of 30 million Malaysian population, 45.3% are obese. The situation is getting worse.

Friday, November 21, 2014

RON95 subsidy:The Government must explain the new measures.

Media reports petrol RON95 subsidy will end on 1 December, 2014. This type of subsidy is complicated. The Government must reveal new measures to deal with it, assisting those who need help and preventing abuses.

Stimulate prospective fathrrs with electric current to simulate the pain of childbirth

Media reports a hospital in China stimulates the stomach of prospective fathers with mild electric current to simulate the pain of childbirth. This is not as bad as that in real thing. Many men queue up to have the experience.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Malaysia has 20 million Internet users: improve Internet quality and penetration rate

Malaysia has 20 million Internet users compared with over 600 million in China. The Internet conference in Wuzhen, China, attracts many prominent people. Malaysia should improve the Internet quality and penetration. The control must be reasonable.

Kepong Taman Beringin incinerator project: ministerial promise

Today,I reminded the Minister Datuk Abdul Rahman his promise on the Beringin incinerator project including separation of rubbish, open tender, latest technology and value for money.

Proton Saga: Rm1.7 billion for R&D: still waiting for good performance.

The Economic Council approves once more a grant of RM1.7 billion for Proton research and development such as advanced integration technology. We are still waiting for good performance. We see that Indonesia and Thailand have their own automobile industry.