Wednesday, November 26, 2008

More lok lok's

Malaysiakini - Uproar as motion on Palestine is rejected

Dewan Rakyat Deputy Speaker Ronald Kiandee rejected an emergency motion by Puad Zarkashi (BN-Batu Pahat) to debate the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Puad said it was important to discuss yesterday’s decision by the Israeli government to seal off the Gaza Strip again, after Palestinians launched rockets over southern Israel.

Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim later told reporters that he was disappointed with the decision, as Muslims have a special interest in the issue.

kaytee comment: I support Puad and Anwar ;-)

Malaysiakini - Why I defend migrant workers

“Migrants are human beings. They have the same rights as all of us,” so said Irene Fernandez when asked why she has dedicated her life to helping foreign workers whom Malaysians have invited into our country, and for some, into our homes.

“They are here for the good life we have and we have a responsibility to protect them while they are in our country. We are accountable for what we do to them."

kaytee comment: … which has been why I love this fantastic lady!

'Reduce dependence on foreign labour'

MCA deputy president Dr Chua Soi Lek today slammed the government for not having a clear policy on foreign workers in the country.

According to him, the government should take immediate measures to reduce the more than 400,000 foreign workers in the country by 2010, as announced by Deputy Minister Najib Abdul Razak in his Budget 2009 RM7 billion
stimulus package.

kaytee comment: good advice, Chua!

Alcohol ban: Trouble brewing in Pakatan

It seems PAS is pushing for the ban. DAP publicity secretary Tony Pua reminded PAS that Selangor was ruled by a joint government and the Islamic party only controls eight of the 36 state seats won by Pakatan Rakyat in the March 8 polls.

"Therefore, any attempts by Selangor PAS to flex its muscles without due regard to its fellow coalition partners would be deemed as arrogant and uncooperative," he said in a statement today.

The Petaling Jaya Utara MP also warned that such a move would move would only serve to weaken the governing coalition.

kaytee comment: hoe liao, Tony!

PM: Yoga for exercise can go ahead

kaytee comment: well said, Datuk


  1. National fatwa council comes out with a fatwa on yoga.
    Imam Hadhari comes out with his own fatwa.
    Perak and Selangor are going to have their own independent fatwas.

    I'm waiting to see the first JAWI raids on Yoga centres. I'm sure CNN, BBC, Al Jazeera, Washington Post, The Times, are going to make a splash of it when it happens.
    "Malaysian Islamic authorities conduct raids on Yoga clubs".

    What kind of zoo do we live in ?

  2. bising lagi pas will keluar, and everyone will lose. so it makes pas is the winner here coz pas oledi got kedah, kelantan and some say perak.

    if pkr and dap don support hudud, pas will keluar.
    if pkr and dap don support ban concert and yoga and arak, pas will keluar.
    if pkr and dap don support islam se-malaysia but malaysian malaysia, pas will keluar.
    if pkr and dap don support hadi be pm, pas will keluar.

    hahahahaha, undi pas lagilah....

  3. to tony, you bising banyak-banyak, pas will keluar, and all blame shift to tony as dissident here, nuff said.

    virtually, selangor belongs to pas (some said perak too) coz if pkr+dap don support pas policy, pas will keluar! so tony best is keep his mouth shut....

  4. being minority not a problem (why minority malaysians love to complain). look at pas how they exploit being minority :). sikit-sikit, pas mau keluar......

  5. We, the RAKYAT, the silent majority will send PAS to HELL FOREVERIN the next GE13! PAS can keluar, we don't want fanatic to dictate our LIVES and our LIFESTYLES!! Do you UNDERSTAND WHAT WE MEAN!! PAS CAN F**K OF like AMNO!!!

  6. kaytee, good post and rational thought. support all these positions.