Saturday, May 30, 2009

Pemimpin PKR ada isu di hotel Jawi...Aminah.

Walaupun mendakwa menerima ugutan melalui telefon, Aminah Abdullah tidak mudah mengundur. Beliau malah terus menyerang PKR dengan mendakwa pemimpin kanan parti ada isu di sebuah hotel.

Calon bebas itu menambah, Bernama melaporkan, beliau akan membongkar satu peristiwa yang dikaitkan dengan Pengerusi PKR Pulau Pinang, Datuk Zahrain Mohamed Hashim dalam masa terdekat.

"Saya nak ingatkan Zahrain supaya jangan mencabar saya. Saya nak tanya sama ada dia masih ingatkah lagi dengan peristiwa di sebuah hotel di Jawi pada 2007?" katanya, dikenali juga sebagai Kak Min.

"Kak Min minta dia jawab dalam tempoh 24 jam dan jika tidak, Kak Min akan dedahkan kepada umum. Maruah dibayar dengan maruah," Aminah dipetik berkata selepas berkempen mengedar posternya dengan simbol kunci menjelang pilihanraya kecil DUN Penanti, Ahad ini.

Menurut agensi berita itu, Aminah berkata beliau telah memaklumkan kes Zahrain, sekarang ahli parlimen Bayan Lepas, kepada penasihat parti Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim dan presidennya Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.

"Tapi tiada tindakan diambil. Saya ada faktanya," Aminah dilaporkan berkata.

Beliau diminta mengulas kenyataan Zahrain semalam bahawa PKR sedang menimbang tindakan undang-undang jika bekas pemimpinnya itu terus membuat pelbagai dakwaan terhadap parti itu.

Aminah menambah, beliau tidak akan menarik balik kenyataannya atau memohon maaf kerana beliau berada di pihak yang benar.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

YTL bungalow in Kuala Lumpur.

Check out the new YTL Residence in Kuala Lumpur. I think it is at Damansara Height if not mistaken. get this one from an email. I think they went over there to visit the place, just the gate only... Kekekeke... Totally awesomeness for just a bungalow. Maybe MTV Cribs can do some coverage on it... Kekekeke... Does Francis Yeoh has a daughter that is available and single???

100% Copy and paste from the email...hehee:-

Paris-based Agence Jouin Manku took on its first large-scale integrated architectural and interior design commission in 2003, when YTL Design Group from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, invited it to design the residence of a Malaysian power family.

Completed in the latter part of 2008, the residence is the ultimate expression of the taste, influence and industrial-scale capabilities of the prominent family whose entrepreneurial activities have shaped Kuala Lumpur’s skyline.

Three generations of the family inhabit the 3,000 square-meter residence designed to accommodate both private and public functions.

The building includes nine bedrooms, two family rooms, a family kitchen and a private dining area, a family library, a game room, a study, a public reception area, a formal dining room, a ballroom, chapel, 21 bathrooms, a swimming pool, two guest suites plus indoor private and guest parking.

The initial sketches exploring the owners’ usage requirements reveal resemblances to the boring stacked-boxes look still so ubiquitous in residential architecture. And while traces of the “heaped trailers” syndrome remain in the finished building, this is not the Jetsons, neither are we looking at EPCOT, Tomorrowland or the 1964 New York World's Fair.

We are in the lush vegetation of a posh Kuala Lumpur residential area, and in spite of the boxiness of the structure, an elegant circular softness manages to permeate the sightlines and key details of the building, making it an agreeable part of its landscape.

Inside, prominent examples of this curvilinear elegance include the amazing staircases resembling the inside of a shell when viewed from above, and the round ballroom chandelier of 13,000 custom-designed undulating petals of unglazed cast porcelain biscuit.

The curved walls both inside and out have a functional purpose of providing privacy and enclosing each function gently in its own space. The overall sweeping feel inside the spaces invites the viewer in and creates soft, arching vistas.

The concept consists of three layers: the base for public functions, the ring for guests and the private house for the family.

The inside of the magnificent residence is gorgeous with its high ceilings, large windows and abundance of light. White color and natural wood are dominant elements but they allow the view from the vast, mostly retractable, windows to remain the main visual attraction.

The residence is also a wonderful study of contrasts between inside and outside, private and public, traditional and ultra modern, man-made and natural.

YTL Design Group of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, was the architect of record. The Agence Jouin Manku design team included Patrick Jouin, Sanjit Manku, Yann Brossier (architect), Richard Perron (designer). Officina del Paesaggio from Lugano, Switzerland was in charge of the landscape design, and L’Observatoire, New York, USA handled the lighting.

calling for the release of Burmese political prisoners.

just joined a global movement to free Burmese democracy leader and Nobel Peace prize winner, Aung San Suu Kyi and 2,100 other political prisoners and I thought that you would want to get involved.

The only crime Aung San Suu Kyi and her fellow prisoners have committed was to peacefully call for democracy. Days before she was due to be released after 13 years of detention, the brutal regime has locked up again on trumped up charges. She is seriously ill, but the brutal military regime wants to keep her under lock and key so that she cannot challenge them in next year's elections.

The petition is calling on the UN Secretary General to act now -- he can require the prisoners release as a condition of renewed international engagement. The petition will be presented on May 26th by brave Burmese democracy activists -- so we have just 6 days to build a massive global movement. Click on the link to sign the petition and send this email on to friends and family!

For more information read the full alert below.

Burma's democracy leader and Nobel Peace prize winner, Aung San Suu Kyi, has been locked up on new trumped up charges, just days before her 13 years of detention was due to expire. She and thousands of fellow monks and students have been imprisoned for bravely challenging the brutal military regime with peaceful calls for democracy.

Risking danger to speak out for their jailed friends, Burmese activists are demanding the release of Aung San Suu Kyi and all political prisoners and calling on the world to help. We have six days to get a flood of petition signatures to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon calling on him to make their release a top priority -- he can make it a condition of any renewed international engagement. Follow the link to sign the petition, and forward this email on to friends to ensure Aung San Suu Kyi and all political prisoners are freed. Burmese activists will present the global petition to the media on May 26th:

On May 14th, Aung San Suu Kyi was arrested and sent to jail to charged in connection with an American man who allegedly sneaked uninvited into the compound where she is being held in Yangon. The charges are absurd -- it is the Burmese military, now charging her with breach of house arrest, that are responsible for the security of the compound. They area pretext to keep her detained until after elections which are set for 2010.

The Burmese regime is renown for its vicious repression of any threat to full military control - thousands are in jail in inhumane conditions and denied any medical care, there are ongoing abuses of human rights, there is violent repression of ethnic groups, and over a million have been forced into refuge across the border.

Aung San Suu Kyi's is the greatest threat to the junta's hold on power. Her moral leadership of the democracy movement and the legacy of her landslide victory in 1990 elections means that she is the only figure who could face down the military in elections next year. She has been detained over and over again since 1988 -- under house arrest and allowed no contact with the outside world. But this scandalous new detention in the notorious Insein Prison without medical care could be very dangerous because she is seriously ill.

Sources say that the military regime is fearful of this unified and massive online call to the UN -- over 160 Burma exile and solidarity groups in 24 countries are participating in the campaign. And the Secretary General and key regional players that are looking to re-engage with the Burmese regime, can influence the fate of these prisoners. Last week Secretary General Ban Ki Moon said: 'Aung San Suu Kyi and all those that have a contribution to make to the future of their country must be free'. Let's overwhelm him with a global call to urgently act on his words and stop the arrests and brutality:

As with the release of Nelson Mandela from years of prison in South Africa, the freedom of Aung San Suu Kyi from years of unjust detention, will bring a new beginning to Burma and hope for democracy. This week could be that historical time for change - let's stand united behind Suu Kyi and these brave men and women and demand their release now!

For more about the Global Free Political Prisoners Campaign visit:

A Letter from former Presidents for the release of political prisoners:

For the West and Asian countries reactions to Aung San Suu Kyi's arrest:

For the full statement from the UN Sectretary General on Aung San Suu Kyi's arrest:

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Belum selesai lagi, BN masih lagi nak menegakkan benang basah mereka.

Source: Google Groups "ExcoWanita''.

The Court of Appeal has granted a stay of execution on yesterday's High Court decision which recognised Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin as the rightful Perak menteri besar.

This will put on hold the decision of the High Court pending an appeal by Perak BN Menteri Besar Zambry Abd Kadir.

This means that rival MB, Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin, cannot dissolve the state assembly until the appeal has been heard. He has returned as the lawful MB for less than 20 hours.

nizar jamaluddin dr zambry abdul kadir perakZambry filed his appeal this morning and the issue will be heard at a date to be set by the Court of Appeal.

The Court of Appeal decision has once again plunged Perak back in limbo with both Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat fighting one another to claim power in the state.

Court of Appeal judge Ramly Mohd Ali had today heard the stay application on his own, departing from the usual three-member panel.

Such a departure is acceptable and has been done previously for various grounds.

Zambry's lawyers argued that the stay was important to stop Nizar from trying seek the approval of the Perak sultan to dissolve the state assembly.

His lead counsel, Cecil Abraham, added that if the dissolution was granted, Zambry's appeal would be academic.

Meanwhile, attorney-general Abdul Gani Patail, who was also in court today, supported the motion.

He argued that the suspension of state secretary and state legal advisor by Nizar late last night was illegal as these were federal appointments.

Court of Appeal decision made at 1pm

Nizar's lawyer, Sulaiman Abdullah, urged the court to fix an early date for appeal.

Counsel Cecil and Sunil Abraham represented Zambry, while Nizar was represented by Sulaiman, Ranjit Singh and Edmund Bon.

In addition to Gani, AG’s Chambers prosecution division chief Abdul Majid Hamzah was also in court.

BN and Umno lawyers, Hafarizam Harun and Firoz Hussein Ahmad Jamaluddin, are holding a watching brief.

Also in court were two PKR assemblypersons turned BN-friendly Independents - Mohd Osman Jailu (Changkat Jering) and Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi (Behrang). Their defections had made it possible for BN to take over the Perak government.

After the decision, which was delivered at about 1pm, Hafarizam urged Nizar to vacate his office to allow Zambry to move it.

Sulaiman meanwhile said he had to take instructions from Nizar on what to do next.

Sunday, May 10, 2009

1 Malaysia...???

1BlackMalaysia:- the above means One Najib's Malaysia.......if we(the rakyat) continue to stay back i think malaysia will be One Rosma Malaysia...!!!

Friday, May 8, 2009

Hee Yit Foong Used Pepper Spary Against Pakatan Rakyat ADUN YB Yiew Tian in Yesterday's Preak State Assembly‏

Transfer Of Power, The BN Way...!!!

Congratulations to Barisan Nasional government for taking over the state government of Perak using ur FUCKing BN way..

The BN state assemblymen and women with the help and guidance of the police managed to grab the State Assembly Speaker and drag him to a changing room to emasculate him and forcibly take over control of the state legislature.

Thereafter, they pronounced the taking over of the state legislature by appointing a new speaker and will now rule the state with the police force.

The episode clearly illustrate a democratic form of government and a peaceful ending for the Pakatan Rakyat government. In fact, the Regent of Perak was there to grace the occasion.

What is much more applauding is the enormous tasks of the police force and the riot police who manned the stateassembly building, ensuring that only those authorised and acceptable to them were allowed to enter the legislating forum. More importantly is that those who wear black are screen thoroughly and any terroristic elements were culled and incarcerated.

The Pakatan government had proven that they are not able to rule as civil servants would not cooperate with them and the police have always being suspicious of them, whether it is cow or cars, or chinadolls....hahaa.

The federal government legislative body must also learn to behave...!!!!!

Stupid BN wil lost the federal gov in GE 13....

Chao Jibai Hee Yit Foong go to Hell!!!

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Fight for Democracy!!!

Join me tonight, Democracy first candle light vigil in PENANG.

The struggle continues....!!!!

Wong Chin Huat Arrested: Lawyers were barred from meeting Wong....WTF!!!

Poll reform group Bersih spokesperson Wong Chin Huat has been arrested under the Sedition Act tonight by a team of police at his home in Taman Sri Sentosa in Kuala Lumpur.

Monday, May 4, 2009

1BLACKMalaysia - 7th May 09.

Urge all Malaysians to wear black on May 7th. It will be a peaceful but powerful message of civil disobedience that we the people are politicians' bosses and no politicians defiant of public opinion can escape punishment at the next poll. Civil disobedience is a peaceful act that every citizen can participate and make a difference. In history, civil disobedience led by Mahatma Ghandi, Martin Luther King and the Polish people had successfully ended tyranny and injustice without bloodshed or disruption.

Let’s paint every state and territory, RX8 club malaysia (paint ur car to black), every town and village black with our clothes, headbands, hats, turbans, veils, armbands, ribbons and stickers on that day. Let everyone see a sea of black walking into an office, a market, a mosque, a temple, a church, a college, a park, a bus, a commuter or LRT car, a ferry or an aeroplane

Let us be united in one BLACK colour and let show the world that the 1Malaysia under Najib Razak is “1BLACKMalaysia” living in darkness.

Let’s show the world that Malaysians will stand up against any invasion of democracy, freedom and peace by unscrupulous politicians. We will not allow coup be the way to power in Perak, or anywhere in Malaysia. No one shall take away our democracy, freedom and peace. Najib may hijack our unelected institutions like the judiciary, civil service, police and Election Commission, but he will never win our heart and mind. And he is no reformist until he dares to face elections in Perak.

Let us show Najib in one colour - "1BlackMalaysia!". Let us tell him in one voice for Malaysia: "Democracy First!" Let us pose him the one solution for Perak: "Elections now!".

Yes...!!! saya mencabar Mr Prime Minister of Malaysia, and the World, listen to us: 1BlackMalaysia! Democracy First! Elections Now!