Monday, January 07, 2013

The Witch of Anw-dor?

Alexander vs Porus, King of India

There have been headlines that the Indians are once(?) again the king-makers in Malaysian politics, much to the joy of Uthayakumar, his HRP, even MIC, PPP, MUIP, and wakakaka, KIMMA as well as various kutu BN component parties and organizations that claim to represent Indian Malaysians.

Indeed, and so are we joyous as well ... especially kaytee as I had penned the following posts eons before the cries of marginalisation of Indians rang out:

(1) The Toddy Syndrome
(2) Malaysia's Economic Pariahs?
(3) Hated by Indra


... but hold on a ding dong minute, the king-making claim seems to be not what we had visualize and want. It's not about Indian voters tipping the balance of outcomes in the coming general election, and while this may yet be realized, the king-makers we are discussing in this post are the new G-Ds of "truth" and a King Saul like bloke who could call up or upon Malaysian Witches of Endor or more correctly, Witches of Anw-dor wakakaka.

On one side we have, as mentioned, B-D, the new G-D of 'Truth' especially the D of the Divine Duality, who in esoteric exotic erotic Taoism-like exercise, is making many PKR supporters go into wild orgasms at the "truth" spewed out like deep fried Manapparai murukku (chap rose hitam - haram certified, wakakaka), very non-halal (non-kosher) thus spicy and enticing but yawnnnnnnnn, something we non-PKR people are already familiar with ...

.... while (what G-D gives with one hand, G-D takes away with the other) RPK informs us in The ‘third party’ whom Rafizi Ramli spoke about of one Datuk Ravi who marvellously has a panel of bomohs on his payroll and is reputed to be the alleged Mursyidul Am sub rosā* to PKR, in fact one personally advising the party's de facto head, Anwar Ibrahim.

* sub rosā literally means 'under the rose', from the ancient use of the rose at meetings as a symbol of the sworn confidence of the participants or secret. You have to decide whether it is a black rose.

Wow, a double Makkal Sakti!

... and eat your roast lamb's heart out, Datuk TRJR*.

[* = Datuk Tiga Ratus Juta Ringgit, wakakaka]

Since 'tis the season of faith and we have been talking about matters relating to Judeo-Christianity, etc, it may be said that in Judeo-Christianity, the first official bomoh was Aaron, brother of Moses. He was the High Priest of the Hebrews, and only his direct descendants from the Tribe of Levi, referred to at times as Aaronites, could be priests.

But since the good book says he was a prophet, perhaps we need to leave him and other Aaronites (Hebrew priests) out of this discussion on witch doctors (or shamans or bomoh) ...

... which then makes the Witch of Endor as the most famous bomoh in the bible, wakakaka.

Witch of Endor, King Saul & ghost of Samuel

This is just a wee digression, a t'ng k'ooi (chong hei) meandering before I come back to the Indian king-maker and his panel of bomohs.

According to the Old Testament, King Saul (Israel's first king) was an unmitigated schizophrenic who was further depressed by leng chai David becoming the people's choice for kingship - so the Bible tells us but there's more to it than what the Bible hopes we would believe.

There was a battle looming and Saul wanted to consult God about his chances but alas God didn't answer him which doesn't surprised me in the least because God's usual mouthpiece Samuel coincidentally wasn't around, wakakaka.

Unfortunately for Saul (in more than one way), the treacherous Samuel, his priest-advisor, who seditiously abetted leng chai David in a failed coup d'etat, was dead. So Saul decided to ask the Witch of Endor to raise the ghost of Samuel for pre-battle consultations.

But I have my doubts about this.

You see, Samuel hated Saul’s guts because prior to Saul becoming Israel’s first king on the people’s demand, Samuel as a Judge-Priest was running the country. He appointed his two sons as his successors, and I am sure you have heard of such legacies (in  North Korea, I mean wakakaka), but the Israelites told them (Samuel’s sons) to f-o, wakakaka, and demanded Saul be appointed King instead.

Saul made 1st King of Israel by Israelites

Obviously insofar as Samuel was concerned, there was nothing that Saul ever did right – for example, there was a pending battle with the Amalekites. Samuel told Saul to wait for seven days after which they would meet and Samuel would then give further instructions on sacrifices to god prior to battle. But as would have it, Samuel did not arrive even after 7 days; Saul’s army was fidgeting so Saul started preparing for battle by conducting the standard offer of sacrifices.

Aha! Just as Saul finished doing that, guess who popped out from behind the bush? Caught you! Yes, Samuel arrived and railed against Saul for not waiting for him as he was the priest and the only who could offer sacrifices to god (so said he), of course conveniently acting dunno that he did not arrive even after the promised seven days.

Naturally the bomoh, ooops I mean, priest told Saul that god’s not happy with him and would take away his kingship.

Then bloke told Saul the latter had again fallen out of God’s favour because he (Saul) was too soft hearted and didn't slaughter all the Amalekites in a genocide instructed by Samuel.

Samuel’s continuous fault finding with Saul, using god’s name, remind me of a judge who once upon a time, long long ago, wakakaka, became the Lord President after he found his boss, then the incumbent Lord President, guilty of some alleged wrong, following which the Lord President was sacked and his prosecutor-judge-successor was promoted to become Lord President, wakakaka.

Obviously the biblical Judge-Priest (ruler before King Saul) wanted to achieve the same thing, wakakaka.

But realizing Saul had the people's support, he decided to become king-maker and promoted David as a worthy successor, claiming of course the murderous adulterous treacherous David was god's chosen ... thus wrote the Davidic supporters in the Bible, wakakaka.

Hebrew Bible

Maybe Samuel had hope to control David but he died at the age of 53 - just as well for him because there was no one in biblical history more devious, treacherous and evil than David, whose symbol today is on the flag of Israel.

Eventually David murdered Saul and his family (sons and daughter, his own wife) and seduced Saul’s wife and a few other men's wives to get Saul’s throne, so a wee BTN-style creative redaction of the Judaic records were done during the Judeans’ captivity in Babylon to whitewash David's crimes.

So the story of Saul calling the Witch of Endor to raise Samuel from the dead for pre battle consultations was a further demon-ization (excuse the unintended pun) of King Saul by Davidic supporters, apart from the gross implausible geographical details related to the sequence of events, indicating they were fabricated.

But consulting bomoh has been an intrinsic part of Malay culture, which I dare say, due to the muhibbah-ness of our society, some Chinese and Indians and a few Eurasians have participated too, wakakaka.

Yes, there are 3 activities that bind us closely like bro's and sis' - namely, sports (especially the faves of gamblers, wakakaka), 4-Ekor (see multiracial crowd at 4-Ekor shop wakakaka and the magnanimous policemen who would be so tolerant of double and even triple parking outside an 4-ekor shop, wakakaka), and consulting the bomoh (to dapat 4-Ekor lah, wakakaka).

4-D shop, wakakaka

My uncle told me that during the days of Tunku (or was it Tun Razak) PM-ship, the Vice Chancellor of our only university was, I believe, Prof Ungku Aziz who did the unusual. He engaged a bomoh to consecrate a hall in UM, and he did in an open ceremony where there were a number of invited guests including VIPs, wakakaka.

Ungku Aziz was big on Malay culture and he reckoned a bomoh consecrating the hall would be a nice touch, wakakaka. A few Malays grumbled but most smiled at his Malay-ness or eccentricity. The unique occasion was reported in most of the newspapers, and that's how my Unc came to know about it. Today I wonder which Malaysian university VC dares do such a thing, wakakaka.

Another uncle story - Recalling my uncles were in the Armed Forces, they heard this one about a certain Malay Regiment Battalion commanding officer (CO) during the Emergency. Bloke was a bit of a sexual perv, but let's keep clear of that as we want to discuss the bomoh in the story. 

Apparently, as the story went, bloke wanted to ambush a known CT group in his area of operations  As he lacked intelligence (the military kind, wakakaka) he consulted a bomoh in a hope to get a head start on other battalion commanders. The bomoh assured him that if he laid an ambush at location X, he would get those CTs. Of course the ambush was in vain, or we would have ended the Emergency a lot earlier, wakakaka. But something happened - he whacked the bomoh kau kau, wakakaka.

And of course, in the still mysterious disappearance of Silk King Jim Thompson in the jungle of Cameron Highlands, many bomohs including pawangs from Sarawak were co-opted in the biggest police-military search in Malaysian history.

Okay, back to our politics about Anwar, Dr Ravi and his panel of bomohs as revealed by RPK. 

As I had posted in May 2006 about the religious devotion of Malaysian politicians, wakakaka, the prize in Malaysian politics is so literally attractive and immensely profitable that some of our politicians had even resorted (and presumably still do) to the supernatural to keep them in office or win top party posts. I discussed a Malaysiakini article which revealed that those occult-inclined politicians had not only been ambitious people from UMNO but also from PKR and PAS, engaging in a sort of War of the OTHER Worlds, wakakaka.

rumours he even has an Israeli one, maybe from Endor, wakakaka

I can understand PKR would participate because it's just another 'branch' of UMNO, and now we have it also from RPK about Anwar, but how revealing to learn that PAS politicians have been taking extra 'insurance' as well, wakakaka.

The bomoh politik (witch doctor or shaman who specializes in political advantage for his politician clients, wakakaka) said that non-Malay politicians have also consulted him, and I did wonder who they could be – from MCA, MIC, Gerakan and PPP? I doubt it would be those prudish, prim and proper DAP.

Besides, some pro UMNO bloggers have accused them of being evangelistic Christians so I doubt they would consult pagan bomohs ... unless of course someone can promise them The Witch of Endor wakakaka.

It seems that the typical politician-client would be so desperate that he would request of the bomoh politik, almost literally “Doktor, I must win at all cost” to which the witch doctor would take him at his word, literally, wakakaka! Yes, sums of RM10,000 or even RM100,000 changed hands easily with undoubtedly ‘bonuses’ to follow, should a spell or talisman ‘work’ to the politician’s favour. Presumably these had been in addition to their phantom army (pun not intended as well as intended), wakakaka.

And their search for ‘another worldly’ advantage is not only limitless in the financial considerations, but geographically as well. The politicians would go in search of spells and shamans as far as Thailand and Indonesia.

I had mentioned in Return of the Red-Eyed Toyol that most SE Asian occult practices would have been influenced by the occult practices of Hinduism's Tantric branch that made its way to our region. The best occult would be found in India, in the Shaivism School or Branch of Hinduism.

India and Indian are just coincidences lah, okay? wakakaka.

Tantric Hinduism had strong influence on Javanese and Balinese Hinduism and thus their occultism. Hinduism had also influenced Khmer, Thai, Laotian and Burmese black magic. Some Tantrism had also slipped into the Vajrayana (Tibetan) School of Buddhism to include the worship of the Goddess Tara. We also see her at the Buddhist Temple at Borobudur near Jogjakarta, indicating that Hinduism had synthesized with Buddhism there - hardly surprising as Javanese empires were alternatively Buddhist or Hindu.

Tara at Borobudur
We Malaysians live right on the cross roads of these ancient civilizations hence the Malaysian origin of the occult may be traced back to Tantric Hinduism too.

Well, in Indonesia, one of the most popular destinations for consulting a bomoh is Asahan in Sumatera. Some years ago there was a rumour that a member of the Malaysian royalty employed Sumateran black magic to keep her hubby under selective impotence – he couldn't ‘rise to the occasion’ with any other woman. After she left for the happy hunting grounds, the widower demonstrated in no uncertain terms that he was ‘freed’ from her spell wakakaka.

According to an Indonesian who runs a business in Kuala Lumpur, he took a few Malaysian politicians to visit a bomoh in Asahan just weeks before the UMNO elections in 2004. He was informed that the politicians needed the services of the bomoh as they were planning to contest for high posts. Bloke advised us to watch out for the ‘tours’ to Asahan by the UMNO politicians whenever a new UMNO election or general election season is about to start, wakakaka.

But it’s not just Asahan, because those UMNO blokes had gone as far as Surabaya and Pekalongan in Java for ‘consultations. He said pointedly: “They are not worried about payment as long as they achieve their objectives.” Indeed!

We gather that bomohs in Indonesia have been more effective in political speciality and also much cheaper compared to their Malaysian counterparts. Alamak, what a shame for our domestic bomohs. Maybe they ought to seek SIRIM assistance, wakakaka.

But we heard another story from our home boys … ooops … I mean … bomohs.

For example, Encik Awang Mohd Yahya, or should it be Doktor Awang Mohd Yahya, specializes in sure-fire political success.

He informed Malaysiakini that his services were often sought by politicians when UMNO elections or general elections approach. He declared that in 2004, several candidates vying for top posts in UMNO party had sought his help. He said:

“Politicians with high ambitions want to win. They want people to listen to what they say and hope that with the help of bomohs, they will be chosen.”

“Not only UMNO and UMNO Youth leaders come looking for me but also Puteri UMNO leaders.”

Well, he certainly didn't discriminate against gender or age. An equal opportunity enlightened bomoh. Naturally he couldn't reveal names – patient-witch doctor’s confidence, you know, wakakaka.

And this is the best part, Doktor Awang confirmed the earlier story about our Malaysian muhibbah approach when it comes to witch-doctor services, wakakaka. He revealed those seeking his services had been even leaders from opposition PAS and PKR as well as non-Malays, wakakaka.

As I said, our nation is most certainly multi-ethnic and multi-cultural, united in our faith in the good olde bomoh, wakakaka.

But being Malaysian, he knew a thing or two about covering his 6 o’clock, by sneaking in a clause, saying that bomohs can only play a role in influencing events to a certain extent. The rest is decided by God.

Amin to that, though what about the voters?

Oh BTW, did you hear about that one in March 2009, where a 'charm' was placed under AAB's table at the 39th floor of the Putra World Trade Centre in UMNO headquarters? The charm was discovered by  a police bomb squad just prior to an UMNO supreme council meeting.

The bomb squad personnel found two tiny pieces of paper with Jawi inscriptions as well as a piece of wood wrapped in a white piece of paper.

And Anwar Ibrahim was terribly upset. he asked in Parliament why the items were found under AAB's desk and ... now get this, wakakaka ... not that of Najib's or other leaders'. wakakaka again.

Oh BTW, then I had a serious discussion on the ‘charm’ with a well-known saikong (Taoist priest) in my kampung, who then referred me to his muhibbah matey, my village bomoh – all these by mobile of course, wakakaka.

Pak Bomoh told me it was placed there by a certain someone to keep AAB wide awake, following criticisms he was zzzzzzzzzzzzzz during meetings. ;-)

Sounds like a good deal so I asked Pak Bomoh whether I could have one with an opposite effect, namely to help me sleep more soundly as I have been tossing and turning in bed.

The wily old man, who knows me since I was a toddler, told me (with a sly grin): “Cucu bukan Muslim ‘kan. Minum mabuk cukup lah.”

yaw seng wakakaka

Wakakaka, the witch doctor is sure great!

Anyway, if what RPK has told us is true about Dauk Ravi and his panel of bomohs in combat readiness (spiritually of course) for Anwar Ibrahim, all I need to assure Anwar is that he’s just being Truly Malaysian wakakaka, and not to worry. After all, Prof Ungku Aziz had set a wonderful precedence, wakakaka.

And once again, Makkal Sakti to the Indian king-makers, wakakaka.


  1. very funny, even Najib and Rosmah use eswaran to get thge best of the them. Blacksnak will get Indian actress for pimp so MUIP will win election by pimping.

  2. Thagarajoo S/O Thangavelu11:15 p.m., January 07, 2013

    A long time ago, in a Galaxy far, far away, when RPK was a Pakatan Rakyat / Anwar hatchet man he wrote a scandalous post in Malaysia Today called "Najib - Muslim by Birth, Hindu by Practice" which carried completely unsubstantiated tales of Najib and Rosmah employing the services of Hindu shamans and adhering to Hindu religious practices in order to gain political and economic advantages.

    Now, since RPK has flipped to "the other side" he's using the same play-book on Anwar Ibrahim.
    Unfortunately such a stratagem is far less effective when you use it a second time.

    This botak is losing his game...

    1. "This botak is losing his game..."

      i dun know yet, but all i can say is even rocky seem to be more consistent than petra.

      ps/ i only have some clue what kt is talking about after reading this short comment. is my problem, really :)

  3. You have a strange method in getting your message across. I sure cannot understand what it is that you are trying to put across. And, what is this wakakaka thing that appears to be your signature?

  4. Cannot understand la what you are trying to put across. Wish you can put things across on basis of simple English without the non-sense wakakaka.

    1. LOL.......that's a good terse one KT....padan muka to the 2 Anons above.....puts them in their proper place.

      If no-no understanding one ah...and no could stomach all the wakakakas, then simple one lah....just vamoose lah. Why hang around and somemore complain one ah.

  5. Kaytee,all it needs are carrots,and lots of it.This Uthakumar loves carrots ,more than donkeys.This Aneh will flip allegiance at the turn of a coin.He already has a deal with Najib and his people,and is out to humped PR's and Anwar's ass.Or else how come a man who swam all the way to the UK,and seek political asylum can waltzed all his way back across the causeway.

    1. bruno, you've got the wrong brother. Uthayakumar didn't run away to UK; it was Waynemoorthy

  6. the toothless fella1:07 a.m., January 08, 2013

    One johhnie walker for the tangki or bomoh and all hell would break loose.Those wearing skirts better get the hell out of there or they might have to end up getting stiched.Teared hymen,of course.

  7. Kaytee,I heard bomohs can help in sex lives too.They made strong sex lotions.Wakakaka.

    1. great, I must recommend this to someone who used to vandalize my blogsite because of his 'problems', wakakaka

  8. leaders of umno, pas & pkr seeking services from bomoh are 'muslim converts' if you know what i mean. (hindu-buddha is (was) one the beliefs in this region). when christians want to use allah in their 'kitab suci', these mufti & ulamak converts run amok. allah's spokemen? if yes, must be self appointed. (syiok sendiri)

  9. Malays, Chinese, Indians, Ibans, Kadazans, Lain-lain...Malaysians are generally a very superstitious lot.

    Beneath the veneer of modernity as well as the formal structure of organised religions, there is a surfeit of beliefs and practices from a Darker era.
    Many Malay superstitions originate from their Pre-Islamic Hindu as well as Animist past, which they prefer to deny the existence of, but is really part of their folk legacy.
    It is no accident that Pak Lah, Anwar, Najib are all immersed in superstitious beliefs.

    It has been said, only half-jokingly that the Malaysian Chinese primarily worship money. As you would expect, most of their superstitions revolve around unseen forces which could affect the possibility of gaining or losing money.
    Most of the rituals of marriage, birth and death all have heavy materialistic concerns.

    Hinduism is the most ancient of all the major religions, and as you would expect, is steeped in all manner of superstitious beliefs.

  10. Don't waste time and breath justifying that Indian is the king-maker of the GE. Nonsense.
    And I think Najib should also not waste time giving goodies to the Chinese during the CNY. Like play Santa Claus and wait for reaction from Chingkies before calling the polls.
    It is the Malays in the rural hinterland who will decide on Najib's future. Time for him to engage (his fave word) with the petanis, nelayans and the orang kampung kerja sendiri type of guys. Not people like me the urban Malays.
    Court them well these few months left and he is back in Putra Jaya. I am sure of this.
    Treat well people who matters - ordinary Malays are the BM vote bank. MCA and Gerakan and MIC know this.
    Heartening that his deputy is at least dangling a carrot of BR1M RM1,000 if BN wins. Even people like Jinjang Joe Monsterball will be happy. And dont talk about the poor Malays who needed it most.
    Like my wise Uncle said jangan tunggu buah yang tak menjadi. I have a wise Uncle too, KT. Hahaha.

    1. Yeah, and those BN politicians should shut up and stop blaming the Chinese saying they cannot be trusted etc when BN loses an election. It is they Malays who voted them out.

    2. Mana boleh not to blame the chinese ! A perfect punching bag, a heaven-made will be stupid of Umno to let go of such an opportunity to not put all the blame onto the chinese. They wallop most of the wealth of the country and you think they would allow the kampung folks and those urban malays reading only their MSM to think THEY were the culprits ? Then what are the chinese for ? Just get their awang selamats to point the fingers at the chinese....accuse the 'chinkies' as one buttery racist puts it, of being communists, racists, traitors, corrupters, ungratefuls, getting rich at the expense of the malays, trying to drive out their sultans and replace their religion too ......and if these awang yang tak selamats shout out loud and long enough, then THEY themselves will be perfectly safe and could plunder some more without needing to forever looking over their shoulders worrying about getting caught.

    3. Very well said, Anon 2.24 am. May I add that:

      1) The rakyat should be free to vote as they like, without pressure or criticisms from politicians. That's why we have general elections, unlike other systems like in China. Politicians are occupying their positions at the pleasure of the voters.

      2) The vote is secret, hence they should respect this, and not say who or which group voted what.

  11. .


    .Dear KT

    when you mentioned Saul again,

    I am reminded of the biblical story

    of the 'Rivers of Babylon' and the song

    by Boney M would give a light intro to your


    More importantly I thought Mr Dee-Doo-Pucks [ddp]

    would probably fit the role of our local Rasputin-

    The hindi Love Machine![HLM}

    The song Rasputin by Boney M fits nicely with the

    role that ddp does as a HLM

    The lyrics about Rasputin's exploits in the

    palace with the queen ...

    can be compared with our HLM and a certain

    queen -negro de la rosa [in spanish ma]

    sometime ago I commented in Tukar Tiub

    that our footballers too have

    become obsessed with the idea of becoming quick millionaires

    and gave a link to a nice song about a young man obsessed

    with becoming a billionaire- a syndrome shared by our HLM , Mr DDP!

    Parting shot

    A parting shot on a winning strategy- limit the damage of

    possible sell-out by Indian elected members by keeping the

    ratio of candidates on the global scale [pkr/dap/others]

    based on census on race distribution. Total Indian candidate

    to not exceed of 4~5 % of total seats and for the winning

    tip: keep Indian candidates from areas where malays are the


    In 2008 I predicted that semi-value will not

    be voted in by the melayus in some blog and sure enough

    the melayus of s. siput [not the babylon river] threw him out.

    Thx to the theatrics of Indian politicos and intrigues

    of the catholic church thru ole boy Pakiam will influenced

    the melayus negatively.

    Melayus will not likely to vote Indians as a wakil rakyat/adun.

    U can get all the propeser kangkangs to give u another view.

    This is the new reality. Stick with a safe placement policy.

    No Indian candidates in melayu areas!!

    The irony is the indians will not be voted in but their votes

    do count to bring victory to either bn/pr.

    There are exceptions as some kampong melayus like in hulu

    selangor may be too thick to have any political opinion

    and may vote the incumbent again. Looking back, Zaid may

    have been the wrong candidate in the by-election.

    Dr H [ a local ]would have a superior chance. The melayus

    there voted the

    incumbent to spite brader Anwar. Hopefully brader AI does

    not make the same blunderous mistake again .

    A valuable lesson in strategy.



    .Khong khek khuat

    footnote: it would look nice if the links would

    yield videos when they appear in the blog.



  12. These brought to mind that horrendous case of the infamous Mona Fandey, described as pop singer, witch doctor and murderess.

    The question is......all these top malay leaders and their ilk on both sides of the divide ( and PAS too, that's a real hoot ! ) dabbling or better yet, knee deep in black magic mambojumbo, are they still considered MUSLIM ke ? Ahhh...malay-sia boleh in the fullest sense. Just can't help loving this country and its people, so full of colours, kakakaka.

  13. A close friend visited a bomoh after developing ahem.."dysfunction" in a certain important area. It seems it was effective, and his wife is a very happy woman...ehehehehe..

  14. Our doctor in the house too puts full faith in witch doctors too, as exemplified when he tried bomoh service to prevent his daugher M who was hellbent in marrying a matsalleh. The father actually wanted her to marry one then-up-n-coming local boy by the name of Nasri who incidentally, later turned out to be one of his most bitterest enemy, wakakaka. Anyway, the bomoh's jampi and portion apparently was not strong enough to stop the daughter's first marriage.

    But this does not mean that bomoh magic doesn't work at all. My classmate's mother was a 'victim' of such a spell wrought about by her own father ! The mother was a very fair-skinned, bright and lively malay lady with a refined manner and a pretty face and the father, who was then a lowly govt servant, was an Indian muslim and was completely besotted by her but all his wooing was to no avail; in fact they said she despiced him and found his dark complexion and low status a turn off. She actually was in love with one good-looking malay gentleman who was the town's assistant district officer.

    Then a couple of months later, she was found to be listless with a perpetually unfocused look in her eyes, given to spells of dreamy staring into space and small quiet fits of giggling to herself for no apparent reason. Then when the Indian muslim whom she had loathed came with a group of relatives to her house to ask for her hand in marriage, she timidly agreed to accept him but many who were witnessess on that day claimed she appeared dazed and her face did not show any joy or happiness.

    So fast forward 25 years later to present day.....she's now my classmate's mother and she's still having that perpetual dozzy look about her and was rather quiet and listless, but at least there's no more giggling fits. And the story goes that the other gentleman, the malay assistant district officer, was heartbroken too when he found that he missed the boat.

    Bomoh black magic true real-life story.

    1. .


      anon 8.28

      the arabs have a saying -

      who we marry

      when we die

      among other things

      are not our decisions-

      they are the will of god

      In some other book , u will

      find this advise-man[or women] proposes

      god disposes

      granted, the husband in your story

      had used a bomoh,

      the outcome would still be the same

      had he not!

      he did not know that, neither did his wife

      It had been written in Loh Mahfuz

      that H will marry W

      and the span of his marriage will be

      x number of years

      Accept this as a submission to the will of god!





    2. Dear kkk,

      Perhaps this quotation from good olde Will would give you another perspective....

      "The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars,
      But in ourselves, that we are underlings."

      Fate is not what drives men to their decisions and actions. Too much 'Insha Allahs' is just a cop out.

      Btw, your signature sign off of 'kkk' is much, much better than your full name.

    3. Wow...we are getting into deep philosophy here...
      I've been around enough to realise what happens in one's life is determined partly by one's own past and current actions and decision, but also partly pre-determined by unseen influences.
      You may call that 2nd portion fate, destiny, feng shui, Bazi, Allah's will, random nature, statistical trends, whatever you belieft system is....

      A bit of fatalism sometimes does help preserve one's sanity in this complex and difficult world....


  15. kluk kluk khan and someone is looking for a new job .
    Once known, cannot stay long in one job.

  16. The Witch of of Anw-dor4:02 p.m., January 10, 2013

    Wow...looks like Najib will likely get his 2/3 majority back.

    Bye-bye Anw-dor...remember your promise to retire if Fu*katan Riot don't win in GE13.

  17. i thought the chinese don't care about indian votes.i still remember a chinese kambing party saying they don't need indian votes to win .so indian can vote bn if they like ,apa you susah!.it's funny how the chinese have belittle the indian communtity and talk about equality and justice .hypocrite nomber satu bangsa ini!

    1. I'm not sure which political party you're referring to when you said "i thought the chinese don't care about indian votes"?

      Would it be MCA, the only Chinese party in Peninsula?

      As for belittling Indians, hasn't it been the government-approved book Interlok as well as a couple of principals of schools that have done that?

    2. Wasn't it Ali Rustam who said he don't need Chinese & Indian votes?

    3. oh please! it's dap leader the egostic asshole called lim gung eng.if you look at comments around the blosphere for the past 5 years ,the chinese have insulted the indians more than malays ,a fact.chinese running this country by proxy ,is gonna make life more harder from the indians.just look at taman kaya,ipoh. .oh! how many chinese dap people have beliitle the indians in penang?so,equality and justice ,my ass!
      you chinese can't even accept that you discriminate other races in the private sector,even with proof,you still keep defending the chinese racist policy.