Monday, October 31, 2011

A Kedahan In Kedah, Like A Stranger In A Strange Land...

As time drives on, it seems to reveal more and more of the unbecoming of the Kedah State Government, led by the sleeping "giant"...who still has no clue whether he's coming or going, and administered by a group of Excos who claim themselves as professionals...such as professional back-hoe driver and previously professional unlicensed reflexology center owner.

For once, let's step into a lighter note...well, it was lighter, but with the news on Sunday night, Kedahans mumblings are starting to grumble. When pas took over in 2008, it marked the final success of the Kedah football team achieving one of the greatest accolades ever, the Double Treble. They won the Super League, FA Cup and even the much coveted Malaysia Cup back to back in 2 years.

Noticing how much money can be made with that type of an incredible team, Kedah pakatan leaders were scrambling to take over KFA, pressuring the then Team Manager to resign, followed suit by Azrai Khor, the team coach. It was quite strange to see how different pas leaders keep appearing at the stadium at different times, including those who had never kicked a ball in their lives, and those who have no idea how to get to the stadium as well.  The new leadership simply balked at them for leaving and believed that they can do better...and I'm sure, in their world, they did. In a short span of time, around 3 years, Kedah went from champs to chumps. They had become volatile and unpredictable...well, knowing that they will lose crucial matches is not really unpredictable.

It is quite unfortunate that the only category that Kedah has been proud of in the past few years, has gone down the drain, along with pas' inept ability to run the state. To rub salt into the already painful wounds, Negeri Sembilan, under Coach Azrai Khor, won the Malaysia Cup 2011 edition. No first prize for anybody on why KFA members are getting dirty looks from football fans...

Getting away from sports before somebody kicks mahfuz' head and anwar's ass, at one time, the pas state government claimed that they have been more efficient than the previous BN-led government. There are of course, some minor anomalies to their claims, but I guess that can easily be explained.

Pas claimed that are more efficient at collecting revenues from Hasil Tanah and Cukai Pintu. Of course, we are not sure why their collection is much less than the previous state government, but we are assuming that the term efficient is used because with less people paying, there will be less queue and hassle at the payment counter.

Even more efficient, there were claims by pas state government that they made bigger revenues from timber concessions, almost double the amount of what BN government did. Well, if it's true, then I take my hats off to them. However, on another note, it is quite worrying. What type of concession did they give? Up until today, people in Padang Terap/Sik regions still bear witness to the in and outgoing timber lorries, and the ever so balding landscape in that area.

With all those efficiency and claims of collecting more, comes the question of "Where is the money?" What has it been spent on anyway, other than pas' lavish open houses and functions. The condition of the road in Kedah, are steadily munching up people's wallets, and they're not happy about it. I can safely say that the smoothest ride available in Kedah (so far) is between the airport in Kepala Batas up to Wisma Darulaman. It's not that surprising as Istana Anak Bukit is in the middle of both locations. 

One of the most foolish actions ever taken by the pas government is to spend only one third of the federal allocation for road maintenance in Kedah and keeping the rest to pay salaries. It was a callous move as salaries for the state civil services must come from state funds, and by doing so, pas is treading on dangerous grounds. But this shows the difference between those who goes to school to learn and those who goes there to sleep...okay, so the mb is always asleep...anyway, somebody should lead phahrolrazi to the State Legal Advisor's office so he can learn the legalities on that matter. Basically, pas ensures that our vehicles damaged from the widening potholes just to make sure that they can pay a group of people who spends a lot of time away from the office. Hmmm.....well, what can I say, just like the civil service, none of the Excos can be found in their respective offices anyway. Perhaps when it doesn't rain, you can find most of them at the Kedah Club golf course.

Still on the question of money, why is pas Kedah government asking for federal aid for the coming flood season? With all the money they claim they have made, shouldn't preparing for the worse be a snap? With all the millions upon millions that pas Kedah government made, I am sure they can buy many boats, prepare shelters and many more. Well, maybe somebody should really send a serious accountant to assist azizan and his numerical-impaired excos in calculating their affairs straight.

It can be understood why pas Kedah rebuked the lethargic and badly damaged n.ajis of kelantan on the question of Hudud. I mean, how could they ever conform to his whims with all the entertainment outlets and karaoke bars popping up here and there. The pas Kedah government seems to be more interested in approving pubs and entertainment outlets more than Islamic centers. Who can blame them? Pas has never been Islamic, it's just a rallying cry during elections, and worse, today, it's in the hands of one who makes mischief on the face of Malaysia. I mean, if pas is actually Islamic, they would really care about the faith of fellow Muslims and definitely support HIMPUN. But then again, HIMPUN is all about Islam, and not being sponsored by hidden jewish organizations like NED (main sponsor for Israeli weapons to kill Palestinians and Bersih 2.0), so, why should anybody from pas go? No riots or chaos to create, then, they'll just stay home

Where do Kedahans go from there? The state is being ripped asunder by the incompetent hands of pakatan, and in any category, they got left behind. Kedah seem to be losing much of its charm and charisma.

Talk about charisma, I guess we can be...umm...strangely proud to have a very charismatic exco member. He has usurped the MB's power every now and then and he also wants to be the next MB one way or the other. I wouldn't say he's a crowd puller, but if the crowd consists of husbands and wives, he might just be a wife-puller, literally. His amazing power is such that a wife (or husband) can up her (or his) mind to leave her (or his) husband (or wife) and rush straight to his house without much hesitation. But what's new about this pas? mat has sapu somebody else's wife last time, with nik aziz fully supporting him from behind, it has become pas' sanctioned practice.

 But I am sure that is still okay for consenting adults, unlike the northern island emperor, whose crown prince decided to practice his itchy massaging hands upon another girl's budding...errr...part of the chest. To avoid complaints and scandal, the emperor, through his vizier decided to drop a bundle of monetary influence over her parents so that they would shut up. Is that the price of being Muslims? How easy, a pack of Ringgit Malaysia, and maybe you can send your daughter out again. The crown prince, when confronted by the disciplinary teacher was proud, "I am the Emperor's son!". Well, I always thought that the emperor is the type of man who defends people victimized in any sort of sexual endeavors. He did claim that he was defending the honor of a girl who supposedly had an affair with Rahim Tamby Chik back then. But this time, as an emperor, he made the 180 degrees turn. Well, I understand, family comes first, and the crown prince must be protected at all cost.

Somebody did draw the line, stating that, compared to Kedah, the islanders are not passionate, but lusty. But the islanders were very upset over this, because they said that the emperor is NOT a Penangite, he's from further south, and he's a socialist. I understand...I think...

Back in this state, looking at the increasing number of closed shop lots, and with a lot of housing developers going out to look for projects outside of Kedah, it is beginning to feel strange. At times, you feel like a stranger in your own state, and there are times you feel like a stranger in a strange land, run and administered by inept least the ones in the circus were funny.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Gaddafi Is Dead, Anwar Ass-Kicked, NWO Is Coming - Bugger Me...

Wild, bloody and violent; that's one way to describe how Gaddafi died. Whatever his sins are, he'll be answering to God when the time comes. For the people who killed him, they'll be bragging on how they squeezed the life out of Gaddafi and justify it, but before God, they might just plead for mercy over murder.

Muammar Gaddafi is the longest reigning non-royal leader in the world in the 20th century. He deposed King Idris 1 in a bloodless coup de tat in 1969, led Libya to an economic boom from oil sales in the late 1970s, defied the west in 1980s and paid the price in 2011. It must be said that, Gaddafi has a not-that-special place amongst the Syeds and Shariffs around the world: Gaddafi deposed Idris 1 of Libya, who is a Sayyid of the Sanoussi family, descended from the same line as the Syeds and Shariffs. There were stories of Gaddafi desecrating the tombs of the Sanoussi family, but I don't know as I could not find any facts on that. The Sanoussis emerged as the family who strengthened Islamic values in Libya back in the 18th century, and they led the Libyans against the invading French and Italy. Fighting Italy alone cost around 250,000 to 300,000 Libyan deaths, which ended in 1943. The Libyans still affiliate themselves to the Sanoussis, even during the uprising in 2011. That definitely be a balancing factor.

Somewhere in the land of the people who descended from the tribe who were detained behind the iron wall between the two ranges, they'll be applauding and slapping each others' backs for a job well done. The west has made all too many attempts to get rid of Gaddafi. Yes, I know what you're thinking: it was the west who put him on the top, but Gaddafi, back in the 1980s defied the west, and that is unforgivable. You don't invest in a chap only to have him hurling a bag of crap at you. No, no, no, that's intolerable. The punishment for these type of people and those who have outlived their usefulness is usually a mess.

It must be said that getting rid of Gaddafi has been very economical for the west. This time, they don't have to use assassins like they used to back in 1950s and 60s. No need to send air-strikes like in 1980s. All they need to do is monitor, have their people instigate the already-furious Libyans and place their whole support. The people of Libya carried out the tasks for the west, and they don't even have an inkling about what lies beyond it. The west suffered no losses, but thousands of Libyans perished battling each other.

So, now that Muammar Gaddafi is gone, the Libyans will settle down, have free and fair elections, choose a leader smongst themselves, rebuild their lives, country and economy and live happily ever after. Of course, that's what most western newspapers are saying, but in reality, we know too well that this will never happen. Just like when we thought when Israel granted autonomy to Palestine to self rule will bring peace, it brought only further splits and in-fighting between political factions. That will happen to Libya. There will always be pro-Gaddafi factions causing trouble and the anti-Gaddafi factions will soon be split into several factions such as the pro-transitional government factions and pro-Sanoussis. The leader? Well, it depends on who bows to the west first. Anyway, the Libyans are still out for blood as they continue hunting for Gaddafi's son, who managed to escape. Maybe once they kill him, the country will go back to normal again...and camels will have wings...

Leaders like the late Muammar Gaddafi and Hosni Mubarak should recognize why their subjects or citizens must be held as a priority. Basic democracy and human rights should be recognized and a free and fair election must be held. Failure or refusing to recognize even a single basic human right can lead to so many implications, depending on the significance of the country to the west. If your country produces bananas instead of oil, the west might be too busy on other matters.

But there are still problems when you have power-lust people like anwar ibrahim acting as if Malaysia is like Libya. They demanded human rights and free and fair elections in a country that, you guessed it, have been practicing human rights and free and fair elections for the past 50 years. He has gone so far to instruct actors to portray as if there are police brutality and cruel and barbaric acts against him just to get some nice juicy pictures needed for his western friends to sell to the world. Since the back and front pusher like anwar is always an actor, I wonder who the actual director is? It seems that anwar never cared what his sponsors are up to, all he cares about, is getting to power. That might just spell doom for us.

I wonder if anwar and pakatan ever realize Gaddafi's fate can be theirs if they ever defy their sponsors? The west can invest in them and they can get rid of them in many ways. Maybe anwar's poor acting over Freedom Flotilla protest deserves only a slap on the wrist, but a bigger defiance might just be too fatal...well, anwar has met, bowed, groveled and pled for mercy from them already. With anwar's sodomy case in the fore, sex video in the rear, the unseen hands might just had enough of him.

In the meantime, we should always remember, the chaos in Libya and other Middle eastern countries that led to Gaddafi's death has been brought to you by the same groups that gave us the deaths of Palestinians and Bersih 2.0, all for the benefit for a New World Order.

What do the riots in Middle East have to do wit NWO? Everything. The NWO never meant a free country running their own business and taking care of its own people. It means that all nations must bow to one, failure to do so will be dealth with severely. Imagine how easy for a country like US to have all leaders of the Islamic countries bowing down before them, carrying out thir orders and live and die only for them. One of the basic strategy they will need is definitely check and balance.

For a New World Order, check and balance is highly crucial. Imagine how the modern gadgetery of US can't get rid of the Talibans? Can they really? But it is just the simple equation: US placed Hamid Kharzai at the top, if Kharzai ever decide to defy them, the Taliban can always "take over" Afghanistan again, and he might just meet an unpleasant end in their hands. If the new leader of Libya fails to comply with the west, other factions can take over and so on and so forth.

We have been watching a major part of history in making. It is part of the creation of the long-dreamed New World Order. In its process, more heads will roll, more blood will flow.

For those who had enjoyed their romps during Bersih 2.0, they should take note that what is happening in Libya and other Middle East countries is their future if they do not wake up. Yes, we understand that the money from the jewish sponsored NED is sweet, but the lives lost because of it is not. The money for bersih and the money to create chaos in other countries usually come from the same bank. For them, the might just wake up from their sweet slumber one day, only to be greeted by anwar, "Welcome to the New World Order." It'll be too late by then.

We have to understand that Islamic countries are destined to  slide further and further down the drain by the infighting until the day the Mahdi arrives. It has also been proven that pakatan components like pas, who tells anybody who who listens, that they are the most Islamic in Malaysia, never bother about the upkeeping the faith among the ummah when they never bothered to support HIMPUN. It has been foretold, but then again, who ever listens nowadays?

Sunday, October 9, 2011

When Truth Comes, Do You Embrace It?

There was a time back in 1998/99, when I was in a mailing group on the internet, known as, this was way way before blogs and social networking sites ever existed. Still, at that time, the on-line fightings were already fiery and furious. I used to advocate that all the s-called Reformasi riots were carefully designed and planned by anwar ibrahim...of course, with a little help from his sponsors. Pas, of course, were already doing the Solat Hajat for the truth to appear before them.

More than a decade have passed, and now, the secret of planned riots were thrown into the open by none other than YB Zulkifli Nordin, who admitted himself that he was one of the designated instigator by anwar. I wonder where pas is, as the truth that they prayed for is already here. Here's a clip of Zul Nordin, speaking in Terengganu. Listen well, and get to know anwar a step closer...

Pas, well, with one eye blinded by anwar and still hungry for power and glory, they will remain ignorant to the truth.

Allah Senantiasa Bersama Dengan Orang Yang Benar

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