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The Thinker

The Thinker
Staring out the BUS, thinking abt life..

Monday, March 31, 2008

Is there changes coming?

It's been some time since I last post any entry here. Things have been hectic for me. For past two weeks, I've been handling the convocation issue with a few friends in the student council which came to a fruitful discussion and result. Wanted to blog it here but the details would take some time before completing it and I need to prepare for three other assignments. I guess that would just need to take a halt and wait ya.

Anyway, below is an article I receive from a friend. Just thought of sharing it here with all.

Dear All,

I am sure everyone is concerned when they heard that Khairy is coming to Penang's State Mosque this Thursday (20th March 2008) for a speech.
What would he be talking about? UMNO? Is this Public Speech approved by the government? How can our Government just approved a Public Speech?
I'm sure he will be talking about Malay Rights. Actually, I don't mind the Malay keeping their Rights. In fact, CM Lim Guan Eng never talked anything like
abolishing Malay Rights. Such as the 5% for Bumiputra, Malay Reserve Lands and etc. In fact, what I see is that the Malays' doesn't have much Rights too.
I have personally talked to few Malays' about this issue. They told me that they have never enjoyed any Malay Rights, they live their like exactly like us.
CM Lim Guan Eng only said to let MPPP Tender go Public and the UMNOs' make such loud noise. Even gathered to protest (last Friday) at Komtar.
Isn't this a clearer way of running a State? Or Country? No more Hidden Tenders' to Projects. Hidding Government Projects actually only benefit those who
have alot of money to give "corruption" to the Government. Those poorer contractors will never get to submit their plans for consideration. How can this be fair?
Does UMNO make noise because they will no longer play the "Demo Game"? Cause they are forced to play the "Real Deal" now? Do they protest because
they are afraid? Afraid or changes?

I cannot believe my ears when I heard that Mamak (Indian Muslims) are putting AIDS infected patient's blood into the curry to be served to the chinese & indians.
So that all we non-muslims' get AIDS? I just can't believe it. For those Nasi Kandar lovers, if you buy what you are hearing today. You should put a hold on to your
appetite. In fact, I personally take Roti Canai for breakfast this morning. Now I am afraid too. What kind of Government is this? Making citizens fear for their life?
Come on, UMNO had their chance for 50 years of rulling. Why can't they just give others a chance, it's only 5 years. I do not want to live in a country with fear & terror!
This is the funny thing about Malaysian Government.

Indians Protest ---> Hindraf
Hindrafs end up in ISA because voicing their existance in this country.

Malays Protest ----> UMNO
No issue, because BN lost in election. Government is pissed off.

Khairy's Public Speech = Approved Gathering
Anwar's Public Speech = Illegal Gathering

Is this a Democratic Country? I'm sure you know the truth...
This happens to many chinese, they want things to change but never got themselves to help changing!
Everyone just want to "Think About It", "Talk About It", "Read About It".....

What about "Doing It"?

If you still want to live in this country, please forward this..

Best Wishes,

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Family Pic!!

This my family picture taken during the last CNY when i was back. As you can see, I'm not there coz i'm the photographer ma...(lame!!)
Well, the place is Tanjung Lumpur in Kuantan, the place which I grew up and live currently till few years later when I move AGAIN.
Realise that I used the word AGAIN?? That's because my dad's occupation requires him to relocate after few yet tiring for him at times..

Friday, March 7, 2008

Another Video to Share

I was checking mail today and somehow I miss out a video that was post to me few weaks ago before all the tension of elections started burning high.
Then after listening to!!
How come I miss that out..hehe..So, just to share again.
Click HERE

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

V for Vendetta

Well, it's time for me to blog again in the same room which I shall serve for a few more months. Today was memorable as it was the first time I address the wonderful minds of UM's law undergrads in a function to discuss on e-polling.

Dr. Azmi Sharom who was the speaker told of many things that we know exists and I believe the summary of what was said is simple. As long as the university as an institution do not buck up and convince its fellow young and bright mind that there is transparency and clean cut balloting for campus matter whether it's e-voting, paperless voting or what so ever term being used, the end result remains. In fact, with the introduction of e-voting, it's even harder to trace back on ballots since its 'electronic'!!

And this link that follow is something I would like to share with all my readers. Pls take time to see this video. Listen carefully and watch carefully.

As our beloved nation move towards another 50 years, I really hope leaders who are people oriented in terms of serving the people will 'survive'. HIDUP MALAYSIA!!!