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Saturday, January 31, 2015

Foreign workers: ? Complicity

Foreign workers come to Malaysia for decades. Complicity? Now Minister Datuk Seri Hasan wants to amend the Company Act 1962 and Datuk Bandar Datuk Seri Phesal intends to clean up the places where foreign workers congregate. Determination?


  The calligraphy shows a teacher must have respect and dignity-- a quotation from Xun zi, Chinese philosopher 2300 years ago. He believes that a person is born bad and must be taught manners and punished for doing wrong. Confucius (Kong zi, about 2500 years ago) believes that a person is born good.
     Last week Welfare, Family and Women Minister Datuk Rohani talked about enacting laws to ban caning of pupils. This has sparked furore.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Implementation of GST is only three months away.

Consumers are worried about price hike. Some traders use the opportunity to exact black market prices.  The crude oil price meltdown and the uncertain economy complicate matters. The Government should relieve people of the above-stated worries.

International Holocaust Remembrance Day( 27 January).

German Nazis destroyed 1.1 million persons at Auschwitz-Berkenau, Poland,  from 1940 to 1945. The Soviet Red Army liberated the camp on 27 January, 1945. Hatred, xenophobia and cruelty. The world was silent.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

International Holocaust Remembrance Day-70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Berkenau.

The German Nazis opened the Auschwitz-Berkenau, Poland, concentration camp (15 square miles) in 1940. They killed at least 1.1 million people, mostly Jews, due to xenophobia, antisemitism and hatred.
On 27 January,1945, the Soviet army liberated the camp.
Today, about 300 former prisoners take part in the events.

Monday, January 26, 2015

New Secretary-General st the Home Ministry

Datuk Alwi is the new Secretary-General. We hope he can help in handling security, peace and tranquility. Serious problems include militants, foreign workers and terrorists encroaching the sea shores.

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Cancer: Prevention and treatment. Many are cured..

Possibly,over 30% of mankind suffer from cancer. Some are benign and others malignant. For example, children may have leukaemia, men prostate cancer and women cervical cancer. Cancer can be prevented and treated such as by stopping smoking and regular medical check-ups. Many overcome the disease.

Saturday, January 24, 2015

MH17 disaster: truth? Action?

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib says that his counterpart from the Netherlands Mark Rutte has told him that before the investigation report is announced (?midfle of this year) he will let Najib know the result and the conclusion.
     We would like to know the truth and the action to be taken.

Automatic Gates in Taman Kepong (Jalan 36-39).

Residents of Taman Kepong had a dialogue with Kepong Police.They have autogates and security check points.
     Under the constitution, the police are responsible for security. Security company comes under the Private Agency Act 1972, whereas security body such as Rela is under the Society Act 1966. The Home Office sets the conditions.
     The police have agreed to help in the security.

GST and Operation Catut (Against Black Market Price).

In the name of GST, prices of goods shoot up just like black market. Domestic Trade Minister Datuk Seri Hasan launches Operation Catut. We hope that all enforcement officers are clean, fair and efficient.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Militan: 39 Malaysians join IS 'Islamic State'.

Datuk Seri Najib confirms that 39 Malaysians join IS and that the Government is determined to face them. Is the country fully prepared?

Militancy: Anti-Terrorism Act in Parliament

Datuk Seri Najib says that the Government will table the Anti-Terrorism Act in the March Session of Parliament this year, to prevent terrorists from causing havoc. Don't abuse it.

Sedition Act: Safeguard all religions and races

Datuk Seri Najib says the Government's decision to keep the Sedition Act is give protection to all religions and races. For whom is the proposed National Harmony Act?

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Inflation: check prices of goods extensively and let inflation rate reflects the true situation.

Although Datuk Seri Najib expects inflation rate to be 2.5%-3.5% even after implementing GST, consumers face price hike in urban and rural areas. We hope that the Government check prices of goods extensively, so that inflation rate reflects the true situation.

Floods and review of 2015 budget: RM3.29 billion including RM893 million from this budget

Datuk Seri Najib says that there are 400,000 flood victims. How does he make sure that aids truly reach the victims and the real places? How effective is the monitoring? The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and the National Audit Department must pay special attention.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Review of 2015 budget: Efficiency and Transparency?

Are we at a loss what to do? Datuk Seri Najib says that the oil price meltdown reduces the country's revenue by RM13.8 billion. The strategy to overcome the uncertain economy includes deferring the National Service training by one year (saving RM400 million) and deferring electricity tariff hike (saving RM848 million). The country needs efficiency and transparency.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Review 2015 budget: no irregularities.

After reducing the operating expenditure by RM5.5 billion, Datuk Seri Najib keeps the development expenditure of RM48.5 billion and carries on with MRT,LRT Extension,KL-Singapore Speed Rail and Pengerang Petrochemical complex. Lets stop all irregularities.

Monday, January 19, 2015

Misfortunes rained heavily upon Malaysia

The last year has seen bad luck: MH370, MH17,QZ8501 and the the meltdown of the price of crude oil, falling from US$100 to below US50 a barrel. The 2015 budget is based on US$100 per barrel. We are waiting for Datuk Seri Najib to review the budget.

GST (goods and services tax). Operation Catut. Officers must be clean.

The introduction of GST gives rise to various problems such as the extortionate increase in price of goods. There is a black market mentality. Minister Datuk Seri Hasan uses Operation Catut ( against black marketeers) to keep the price down. All enforcement officers must be clean, reasonable and fair.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Quality Medical Education in Malaysia?

There are 33 nedical colleges in the country. The Government has frozen the programmes since January 2011. We hear of a review on the freeze. Has the Government improved the quality?

Keep 1948 Sedition Act. What happens to National

On 11 July 2012, the Government decided to repeal the Sedition Act, to be replaced by the National Harmony Act. On 27 November, 2014, the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib announced that the Sedition Act remains. What happens to National Harmony Bill?

Friday, January 16, 2015

No religious provocation or threatening act insulting any religion

Prime Minister Datuk Sri Najib says Malaysia will not allow religious provocation or any threatening act insulting any religion to take place in the name of freedom of expression.
     In our multiracial and multireligious country, we have to respect the dignity of each religion. The Prime Minister must be seen to be fair in his action.

Foreign workers: 2,066,996 registered. Illegals 8 million?

The Home Ministry says that 2 million workers have Temporary Visit Pass. Illegals 8 million? Hidden tracks in and out of Malaysia are over 600.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

English FA Cup Football: West Ham 2-2 Everton; penalty 9-8 West Ham won.

It was a hardfought match. West Ham goalkeeper Adrian kicked in the winning penalty goal.

Islamic Mega Bank: CIMB5 RHB and MBSB talk did not succeed

The Malaysian Central Bank hopes to have the biggest Islamic bank in this region. But, the merger talk between CIMB, RHB and MBSB did not succeed. One of the reasons is economic climate.

بنك اسلم ميگا: گابوغن CIMB,RHB,MBSB تيدق برجاي.

چيتا بنك نگارا اداله موجودكن سبواه بنك اسلم تربسر درنتاو اين. كران ڤلباگاي سبب ترماسوق كاداءن ايكونومي, ڤربيچغن تيدق برجاي.

Floods in Malaysia: Damage RM800 million?

The crude oil price meltdown affects the economy. As Datuk Seri Najib reviews the 2015 budget, he must consider the need of the victims.

AirAsia QZ8501: Main body (fuselage) detected.

A Singapore navy vessel has detected the fuselage. Once it is floated, will there be114 bodies inside?

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Crude oil price meltdown: affects Malaysian economy.

The price melts down to below US$50 per barrel. This hits Malaysia. Ringgit value goes lower.The floods aggravate. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib talks of 'restructuring' the 2015 budget. We are waiting.


Foreign workers: over 8 million in Malaysia? Socioeconomic problems.

On human earth, people who have a hard life usually work hard as workers in other countries. Situation changes. For example, '70%' workers in Kuala Lumpur wholesale market are Myanmese. Foreign workers dominate in sectors such as construction and plantation. Gradually, socioeconomic problems appear.

AirAsia QZ8501: looking for the fuselage.

Divers have retrieved the two black boxes. The search team continue to look for the fuselage. 114 bodies may be inside.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Floods in Malaysia: Don't make victims suffer further.

Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission has set up a Flood Fund Management Integrity Committee to prevent irregularities in managing flood funds, both public and private. Don't make victims suffer further.

Sedition Act: Don't abuse it.

The IGP Tan Sri Khalid wants to use the act to protect the security of the country. Don't abuse it. The authorities must be fair.

Monday, January 12, 2015

AirAsia QZ8501: Black boxes retrieved.

This morning, Indonesian divers retrieved the black boxes. Information from them can help to find the cause of the disaster. Priority is to find the remaining bodies.

EPL Football: Arsenal 3-0 Stoke; Manchester United 0-1 Southampton.

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez showed fighting spirit and talent to make his team win. Southampton was lucjy to score 1 goal, becoming 3rd, MU 4th and Arsenal 5th in the English Premier League.

ميليتان: ڤميمڤين دري 44 نگارا سرتاي ڤرارقءن ڤرڤادوان ڤرمچيس دڤاريس.

سمالم ڤرارقءن 'ساتو جوتا اورغ' ملاءوغكن ڤرڤادوان دان كبيباسن اونتوق مننتغ سگالا جنيس ڤلمڤاو، ڤغگاناسن دان ميليتان.

Militancy: France Unity March

After three days, terror attacks in Paris killed 17 persons. Leaders from over 40 countries converge in Paris to take part in France Unity March with 'one million people' to oppose militancy, terrorism and extremism.

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Floods in Malaysia: PM says he is victim--all projects must be effective.

As he had E coli infection, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib says he is also a victim of flood. With such a feeling, all projects such as register of victims, aids, health, housing and mitigation must be effective.

The Greater KL Sewerage Project: the management must be world-class.

National Key Economic Area (NKEA) has many projects such as the Greater KL Sewerage Project.
This project aims to raise the sewerage system in the Klang Valley like Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya to world standard.
     For example, over 50 houses along Jalan 36, Taman Kepong, are affected by the project. The management of people affected must be of world standard.

Saturday, January 10, 2015

EPL Football: Liverpool1:0 Sunderland.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers aims to make his team reach the top 4 in the league. His striker Markovic showed his ability.

AirAsia QZ8501: The tail has been retrieved. Black boxes?

Despite the big waves, search vessel retrieved the tail of the jetliner from the bottom of the Java Sea. Where are the black boxes? Hitherto, only 48 bodies have been recovered.

Militancy: Effective laws against militants

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib promised to repeal the Sedition Act, but he reneged. Today, the IGP Tan Sri Khalid justifies keeping it with terror attacks in Paris with 17 deaths. Malaysia needs effective laws to fight militants, terrorists and extremists. Don't abuse them.

Militancy: Akta banteras militan, pengganas dan pelampau.

Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib berjanji memansuhkan Akta Hasutan, tetapi tidak mengotakan. Kini, Ketua Polis Negara Tan Sri Khalid memberi alasan serangan ganas Charlie Hebdo, Paris, dengan 17 orang terbunuh untuk mengekalkan akta itu. Negara memerlukan akta yang berkesan untuk membanteras militan, pengganas dan pelampau. Jangan menyalahgunakannya.

Militancy: Terror attack in Malaysia?

Two sieges in Paris ended. Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hisham believes that it is not impossible for terror attacks to take place in Malaysia. We want to know the security measures in the country.

Friday, January 09, 2015

AirAsia QZ8501:Is the ping from the black boxes?

The ping sound has been heard from the location where the jetliner's tail has been located. Investigation is going on. We hope that it is from the black boxes. There are many wreckages of ships and aeroplanes from the Second World War.

AirAsia QZ8501: ڤيغا دري كوتق كيتم؟ اوسها مپاستكن

ستاكت اين 46 جسد تله دداڤتكن درڤد 162 ڤنومڤغ ڤساوت مالغ ايت. دهارڤكن ڤيغا تردغر اداله دري كوتق هيتم.

Militancy: A Malaysian militant detained in Saudi Arabia?

Media reports a Malaysian ex-commando is one of 135 militants detained in Saudi Arabia because of involvement in IS. If this is true, what are the measures taken by the Government?

Thursday, January 08, 2015

Paris terror: 12 killed and 4 seriously injured

Yesterday, a gang of masked men armed with Kalashnikov rifles and rocket launchers killed staff members of satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. It caricatures the Prophet Muhammed. We condemn all forms of terrorism.

Flood in Malaysia: Only human can overcome it.

This is not a festival, but a calamity on human earth. It can be overcome by human: finding out the causes and the solution.

Wednesday, January 07, 2015

AirAsia QZ8501: are black boxes in the tail?

Eleven days after crashing into the Java Sea, the tail of the jetliner is shown in pictures. We hope that the black boxes can be found. The priority is to retrieve all bodies. Why did the aircraft go down?

Crude oil price meltdown: nearly US$50 a barrel. It may go down to US$40.

This the lowest oil price in over 5 years. China and Japan gain. As an exporter, Malaysia loses. We need effective measures to overcome the problem.

Tuesday, January 06, 2015

EPL Football: Steven Gerrard will leave Liverpool at the end of the season.

Since 1998, Steven has played for the only club Liverpool, becoming captain of the club and England. As a midfielder, he is one of the best players in the world.

Monday, January 05, 2015

Floods: We hope PM recovers fast and increases health allocation

After visiting disaster areas, PM  Datuk Seri Najib has E coli infection. We hope that he recovers quickly and increases health allocation as well as making sure that hospitals and clinics in disaster areas give good service.

AirAsia QZ8501: Experts try to trace ping from black boxes.

Multinational teams such as experts from Singapore, France and USA try to trace ping from black boxes in the the floor of the Java Sea. 34 bodies have been retrieved. 90 divers investigate 5 big undersea objects.

Saturday, January 03, 2015

Flood disaster: National Land Council and land policy

Has the council made sure that all concerned followed the land policy? Its chairman Tan Sri Muhyiddin can confirm whether uncontrolled logging is the main cause of the disaster.

Flood disaster: National Land Council and land policy

Has the council made sure that all conerned followed the land policy? The Chairman Tan Sri Muhyiddin can confirm whether uncontrolled logging is the main cause of the disaster.

داسر تانه دان مجليس تانه نگارا. اداكه اين دڤاتوهي؟ اڤاكه تيندقءن بركسن؟ ي

ساتو ۏوغسي مجليس تانه نگارا اداله ممستيكن داسر تانه دڤاتوهي. دغن موسيبت بنجير، اداكه ڤمبالقءن جادي ڤونچا؟

AirAsia QZ8501: ill-fated jetliner went through -80°Celsius?

Indonesian Metereology Agency reports that the ill-fated jetliner went through the temperature of -80° Celsius. Ice formed in the engine. Crash? We are waiting for information from the black boxes.

Cyber attack : more sanction on North Korea

Although North Korea denies hacking Sony, President Obama insists that it was involved and imposes more sanction on the country. President Kim Jong Un behaves as usual.

Friday, January 02, 2015

EPL Football: Manchester United1:1Stoke City.

MU was lucky to draw with Stoke which played with spirit and the referee did not punish Smalling for handball. Manager van Gaal is trying to improve its defence.

Thursday, January 01, 2015

AirAsia QZ8501: Monsoon trough affects salvage operation

With heavy rains, big waves and strong winds, multinational teams have recovered 7 bodies. Victims' families keep vigil over the tragedy.

Floods: Mitigation projects in 11th Malaysia Plan.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib tours the affected areas and says that he will include flood mitigation projects in the 11th Malaysia Plan. These will cost billions. We hope that the Government will successfully implement them without leakages.