Archive for the 'Music' Category

The Rocket Man

This old hit is specially dedicated to the man of the hour, the Registrar of Societies, who appears to be pretty busy of late.

Save the last dance for…

… the person who has the yen for wriggling to potential voters.

A PSY-war in Penang?

Penang BN apparently has a new psywar “weapon” to be employed in the run-up to the forthcoming general election, and it’s called, well, PSY!

When I speak…

Dedicated to the one and only who likes to ‘Listen!’.

The rape of reason

MCA Wanita vice-chairperson Heng Seai Kie reportedly warned non-Muslim women that Muslim men would in effect rape them, particularly those who don’t conform to the Islamic dress code. This act, she declared, would be condoned by Nik Aziz and, by extension, his Pas party.

If Seai Kie is to be believed, then it is most advisable that she clamp herself with a chastity belt pronto to avoid untoward incident — and stay away from Malay-Muslim individuals, including those potent politicians who walk the corridors of power and those who have come into a political and electoral pact with her MCA party.

Such is the politics of fear that is being peddled by those who are being haunted by their own political uncertainty.

Bridge over troubled land

When a RM20.43 million bridge was built leading to nowhere, when top secret vaults were used to store furniture, and when goat and cattle semen worth nearly half a million ringgit that was imported from South Africa and Australia was left unused, among other horrendous things, something must be amiss in this beloved land of ours.

And yet sections of the mainstream press in Malaysia seemed to have looked the other way. For instance, “reality bites” for The Star when a sexually active couple made public their private romps on the Internet. The photo of the girl concerned “graced” the front cover of today’s Star, suggesting that this is too important a story to be buried in the inside pages. The rule of thumb, one would assume, is that only stories and pictures of national import seize the front page of any paper worth its salt.

Icy road

The kind of music that would remind you that Malaysian roads are now littered with the controversial AES (Automated Enforcement System) cameras.

Rocked bottom

On a thosai-less Sunday, this old number is dedicated to those who have the incurable penchant for wriggling their tired, old bums.

We’re simply the best

In a world of superlatives, Malaysia is no stranger.

For a recent example, see below which is extracted from Malaysiakini.

Despite numerous complaints over the electoral roll, Election Commission chief Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof declared that Malaysia has the cleanest electoral roll in the world.

In an interview with Sin Chew Daily published yesterday, Abdul Aziz repeatedly stressed that the existing electoral roll is clean and no country in the world has a cleaner one than ours.

You’re simply the best

Former minister Rafidah Aziz recently claimed that there was no need for thorough reforms with existing government policies simply because they were instituted by an administrative system that could be rated as among “the best in the world”.

But then the BN government is not faultless after all in terms of governance as Rafidah would like us to believe. Even her party president and prime minister Najib Razak did admit that there had been mistakes committed by the federal government in the past.

Come to think of it. You don’t need to be a prime minister to point out what problems the Malaysian society has been facing over the years. Ordinary members of the public would tell you that corruption, violation of human rights, abuse of power, political arrogance, thuggery and rising costs of living are some of the things that are bothering the rakyat and hurting the economy.

So it does look like reform and meaningful change are very much needed.


August 2020
S M T W T F S
 1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
3031  

Flickr Photos