Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Awaken of The Awakening - Muhyiddin Warned

Nothing that I can do will change the structure of the universe. But maybe, by raising my voice I can help the greatest of all causes - goodwill among men and peace on earth.

- Albert Einstein

What else is there to make life tolerable?  The world seems to me quite dreadful, the unhappiness of many people is very great, and I often wonder how they all endure it. It is usually the central thing around which their lives are built, and I suppose if they did not live most of their lives in the things of the moment, they would not be able to go on. One forgets too easily the difference between a man and his image, and that there is none between the sound of his voice on the screen and in real life.

Pak Lah warned Muhyiddin back to the track if he still wanted to be the UMNO President and  if he still be accepted by the members. Add Pak Lah, he most regretted the actions of former deputy prime minister tried to split the party by making defamatory statements abroad.

Pak Lah said, he did not like Muhyiddin attitude on bringing back the agreement that has been sealed when he stepped down as prime minister and handed over the post to Datuk Seri Najib Razak. The agreement made between him and Najib and was agreed by the members. However, now it seems like Muhyiddin urging him to disowned the agreement just to realised the will of the former deputy prime minister to be the party president.

Watch the video..........

Monday, 26 October 2015

Bunch of Telok Kemang Goons Disgracing UMNO

No government can be long secure without a formidable opposition. It reduces their supporters to that tractable number which can be managed by the joint influences of fruition and hope. It offers vengeance to the discontented, and distinction to the ambitious and employs the energies of aspiring spirits, who otherwise may prove traitors in a division or assassins in a debate.

Under parliamentary P132 Telok Kemang, there were 5 DUN's :

1. N29 - Chuah
2. N30 - Lukut
3. N31 - Bagan Pinang
4. N32 - Linggi
5. N33 - Port Dickson

There were 54 UMNO branches under Telok Kemang division. It was about 25% from what they claimed to be 13 branches requesting DS Najib to step down which was corrected to be only 5 branch leader whom present during the press statement which were made on 24th. Oct. 2015 (9.3%) and the rest were just an ordinary members from other branches whom they themselves didn't know head and tail of what the press statement were for.

General Election 13 results:

1. P132 : PKR won.
2. N29  : PKR won.
3. N30  : DAP won.
4. N31  : UMNO won.
5. N32  : UMNO won.
6. N33. : PKR won.

Only 40% from total DUN secured by UMNO while MP won by the opposition from PKR.

General Election 12 results:

1. P132 : PKR won.
2. N29  : PKR won.
3. N30  : DAP won.
4. N31  : UMNO won.
5. N32  : UMNO won.
6. N33. : PKR won.

So GE 12 were also having the same % secured by UMNO. As usual, the oppositions leader and media tried to manipulate the issue. Those branch leader (ONLY 5 of them) were only a minority from the loosing area. This show that it was just their personal stand and not the majority voice. 

Friday, 23 October 2015

Malaysia Opposition Carry On The Hooliganism Legacy : Placard Replacing Shadowy Budgets

People must not do things for fun. We are not watching this for fun. There is no reference to fun in any act of Parliament. In Parliament, especially a Parliament with Newspaper Reporters firmly established in it, is an entity which by its very nature of Malaysia Opposition cannot perform in their work, but can only talk which what they are best for. Flogging a dead horse.

Yet another day full of usual fracas and commotion with the parliamentarians quibbling for no reason they boast of the long quality political experience they have got every time a journalist tries to question their motives behind the brouhaha they trigger in the Parliament. They probably think that people like us are hicks and have no idea about the “drama” that happens on the floor of the majestic building. Since most of us know about the level of politics that is practised by the opposition here in Malaysia therefore there is no point elaborating on the matter.

We might find all this hilarious in one way but if we give this entire episode a serious thought then it won’t take much effort to realize how shamelessly they stooped to the “lowest level of politics”. They were acting like lemmings who had no reason to justify their demeanour. But then to pin our hopes on this disgusting class of parochial people might just be a foolish thing to do.

An alternative place if you wish to watch the clown in action........Malaysia parliament cast by the Malaysia Opposition Team.......

Monday, 19 October 2015

DS Rosmah Mansur on Empowering Women For A Better Future

Perhaps the best definition of progress would be the continuing efforts of men and women to narrow the gap between the convenience of the powers that be and the unwritten charter. The past empowers the present, and the sweeping footsteps leading to this present mark the pathways to the future.

Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor urged to empowering women by letting them to speak up and develop their sense of self worth besides realising their full potential. Empowering women by feeding or exposing them with knowledge and thinking skills to make decisions by giving them courage to break the belief patterns, societal conditioning or misinterpretation of religious texts that had held them back.

During  the 11th Associated Country Women of the World Area Conference for Southeast Asia and the Far East in Shah Alam today, DS Rosmah delivered her speech on 'Empowering Women For A Better Future'.

"When women are empowered, their invaluable talents could directly improve the growth, prosperity, competitiveness and progress of their countries".

“A society where men and women have their say would be more balanced as it incorporates the diversity of perspectives that both could bring to any discourse". Malaysian government placed an invaluable development for women in the belief that without taking these into account, the country could not realise its fullest potential for growth.

DS Rosmah acknowledge that Malaysian women had made a considerable inroads and achieved success in many areas effect by the empowerment efforts by both government and non-governmental organisations which also played a key role in providing platforms.and informations for specific networks ehich facilitate and rnhanced eomen's economic activities in Malaysia. Other contribution factors that contributing to Malaysia success in empowering women is education and health.

"Today, our women are helming various organisations and institutions; indeed, we have successfully transformed women to be effective partners in nation-building," she said.

DS Rosmah describe entrepreneurship as a pivotal factor for advancing sustainable economic opportunities for women and facilitating their contribution to the economy. Women-owned businesses now contributed 19% from total business establishments in Malaysia where some of these businesses started from SMEs to large enterprises encompassing areas like stockbroking, food and beverage, trading, finance, plantation, fishery, construction, oil and gas as well as information and communication technology.

Life in the fast lane playing in traffic intense stressful challenging overwhelming fulfilling demanding exciting nerve wrecking entrepreneurial unrelenting empowered exposed. No place to hide flexible confusing results compensation sweatshop team ascendancy ego suppression flat organizations who's the boss. No titles,no status and customer focus self-abnegation decentralized decision making chaos the end of tenure, security and complacency fear ongoing change burnout.

Given the equal opportunity, support and assistance could prove they are worth in the business world. To face the challenges on empowering women as to date, women had no choice but to work and support each other.

DS Rosmah added "Let's banish the saying 'Women are their worst enemies'. Women should stop the habit of shutting other women out because of rivalry in trivial matters such as age, beauty, marital status, educational attainment, job success and so on. "Instead, we should reach out and help other women to succeed. If all women mentor and promote other women, we'll have a generation of talented women moving not only themselves but the nation and the world".

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

DS Najib Checkmate Malaysia Instant Economist

Panic is a sudden desertion of us, and a going over to the enemy of our imagination. Ask five economists and you'll get five different explanations six if one went to Harvard. If you five instant economists (FB Economists), you will get 10,000 explanations.

Basically, the majority of Malaysians, especially the 'instant economist' against the TPP agreement which feared would violate the country's sovereignty. The Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement started as Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership agreement between Brunei, Chile, Singapore and New Zealand that came into force on May 1, 2006.

In 2008, the United States expressed interest in entering into talks with the four countries to liberalise trade in financial services and Australia, Vietnam and Peru. Malaysia joined in 2010, and Canada and Mexico joined in 2012. Japan was the last to join the talks in 2013, making it the 12th country to enter the TPP talks. Recently, South Korea has also officially expressed interest to join the talks. Malaysia is a country which ranks geographic range of the Pacific rim indispensable for the success of the TPP. Success completing TPPA, United States being the most powerful economic power, thus reducing competition and the threat that China is now growing stronger.

What will Malaysia expect to gain from TPPA? With the TPP, Malaysia will theoretically gain access to a market of 800 million people with a combined GDP of US$27.5 trillion. The Peterson Institute of Economics says Malaysia stands to gain over US$41.7 bil (RM133.9 bil) increase in exports and US$26.3 bil in income gains by 2025 if it stays on the TPP track. Malaysia is an open economy that is heavily reliant on international trade, the Malaysian government believes the TPP will open doors to many markets. Of course, Malaysian government also expect the unexpected. That is why, the negotiation, review and discussion need to be thorough before signing or agreeing to any. In fact, TPPA issues has not been resolved by US Congress, even though the Senate had approved it. Concerns about the unemployment problem would be piled up in his own country, make the US Congress took a more cautious stance. In fact there is a lot of opposition to the TPP among Americans with their own presidential candidate, Donald Trump said, "The new trade deal (TPPA) is a disaster."

I believed Malaysian government are taking all this into serious consideration. Malaysian opposition having a really different thought. After they failed on their attempt including going to the US to convinced US government to intervene and arrest DS Najib of some of these include persecution before the so-called Najib will by arresting and interrogate DS Najib by the FBI, Scotland Yard, London Metro Police etc. Now they, the opposition trying to cover their failure attempt by slandering DS Najib had signed TPPA in Atlanta. 

There will be 222 MP and others whom will be discussing TPPA. Why are they still barking? We vote those people to become our representatives. So have some faith on them to make good, wise and precise decision. Stop those baseless accusation's. There will be a very long discussion over this matter with no less than 2 years if we agree to sign before the implementation take place. DS Najib is a wise countryman. He will never let this country down for any reason. Thats for sure.