Friday, May 07, 2010

Friday thinkabout...

Where are the feared Sabahan warriors? Where in Bung Karno of Kinabatangan? Where is Kalabakan's Ghapur Salleh? What about UMNO's VP Shafie Afdal? or Foreign Minister Anifah Aman? If that is not enough, what about Ghani Patail - Malaysia's AG?

If the names mentioned above do not make any statement for Sabah's rights to Block L & M,then we are at a loss of words. Maybe these guys wear kilts and I dare not peep what is below the kilts...

  1. It's Friday, let's slow down the pace. That does not mean that we should be making a beeline to TGIF...
  2. Did you notice that although it has been brewing long before but it really pick up steam these past few days and the MSMs' started cashing on the news from Wednesday? If you do not have a clue, it is about the ongoing Kelantan royal household saga...
  3. The way you look at it, it is a family matter and as such, it is best for the family members to resolve their differences. As long as there is no criminal elements are involved! Or else, don't be surprise if the saga will make its way to the Rulers special courts where all beans will be spilled...
  4. Then there is the tragic death of a 15-year old youth in Shah Alam. The police wanted the trial by media to stop but at the same time they are implying that the youth has bad intention. That is just not the way to defuse the issue!
  5. The police pleads to the public to let them do the job and complete the investigation but at the same time they have jumped the gun to picture that the youth is a "possible" bandit.
  6. Riding on public pressure,, the government decided to form a special panel to look into the case. But will the panel be impartial when the members are made of former police IGP, secretary to the home ministry, and UMNO-linked lawyer?

    The panel wants all parties to stop speculating. The question is - if the public stop debating on this issue, will the panel's findings be made public? If it is "For your eyes" only, then nothing will come out of it. It will be another toothless panel made up of toothless members (hey, I mean it when the members are not they young and most are having dentures to stay handsome)

  7. Of course there are other news but these two news are enough to bury the real main news of the week! While some may stay glued to see the British election results whilst another portion is waiting with bated breath on the possibility of legalised sports betting, the real issue is Block L and M off Sabah waters which is proclaimed to be Brunei's.
  8. How about Ezam "6 box - I deserve to be Senator" Mohd Noor, Palanivel senatorship? Is this an indication that Najib is ready to revamp his cabinet? If so, will Ezam leap-frogged KJ for a cabinet post? Will it be Palanivel or will it be T Mohan as MIC additional rep in the cabinet?

    Whilst some are promoting KJ for his "brains", others are hedging on Ezam to be rewarded a cabinet post as prelude to future's "battle for the UMNO youth head". I see a "die-die" situation for KJ. If that is the case...Rest in Peace KJ.

  9. Back to my main topis - that of Block L and M. Where are the feared Sabahan warriors? Where in Bung Karno of Kinabatangan? Where is Kalabakan's Ghapur Salleh? What about UMNO's VP Shafie Afdal? or Foreign Minister Anifah Aman? If that is not enough, what about Ghani Patail - Malaysia's AG?

    If the names mentioned above do not make any statement for Sabah's rights to Block L & M,then we are at a loss of words. Maybe these guys wear kilts and I dare not peep what is below the kilts...

  10. Of course, it is not expected for BN-UMNO to let Yong TL of SAPP to come out a hero in this issue. A meek response from Musa, another son of Aman does not settle the issue.
  11. Just imagine a potential loss of RM 320B! If the normal convention of 5% wang ehsan formula is used, it will be a potential loss of RM 16B to Sabah! Sabah has a population of 3.4M in 2007. That works out to a potential loss of RM 4,700 per Sabahan. Banyak juga tu....

    There are various unconfirmed reports that Tg Razaleigh is trying to patch up a 4-state referendum consisting of Sabah, Sarawak, Terengganu and Kelantan for the oil royalty/wang ehsan/compassionate funds to be increased to 10 %. If that holds water, Sabah is looking at a potential loss of RM 32B!

  12. It's Abdullah's error dug up by Mahathir for Najib to bury. Yes, it a a Sabahan problem and let's see what Sabahan MPs' are made of. Sabah has 25 MPs' sitting in the parliament. Will any of the 24 BN MPs dare to raise this issue?

    Kinabatangan may be too busy having his day in syariah court together with his newly wed wife, Kimanis is missing, Kalabakan's lone ranger days may be too much for his heart.

  13. Sabah, Land below the wind is desperately looking for her sons to protect her soverignity. Who will rise to protect block L & M?
  14. Or will it be another case of "Yang di kejar tak dapat, yang dikendung berciciran"? You know what I mean, chasing and claiming Limbang is Malaysia's and runei came out strongly denying they never ceded Limbang to Malaysia and in the same time, Malaysia lost Block L & M without consulting Sabah state government.
  15. Today is Friday and for Muslims you have two choice, either go to Friday prayers or not. If you choose not to go, are you a male or female. If you are female, fine, you are excused...

    But if you are a male, you still have choice, either you are excused by syara' or you just plain choose not to attend the prayers... even that you still have a choice

    How many times have you choose not to attend friday prayers? If it is less that 3 consecutive Fridays, you still has chance, If not, be warned that you have been stamped ...wallahualam.....

Till then...G'nite M'sia...wherever u are...

6 comments:

looes74 said...

Dnightcaller,
I am very sure BN has a hand on it. I am wondering what's Ibrahim Ali. The last thing I heard Ibrahim Ali blamed Nik Aziz not resolving the royal issue.
Ah so if Nik Aziz interfere, what's next from Ibrahim Ali? Nik Aziz biadap to interfere.
By the way, heard of 1977 Kelantan State Emergency

nightcaller said...

Looes74

BN..oopps its UMNO that has a hand in everything including Sarawak! Sabahans just forgot how UMNO wormed itself into Sabah and kicked out PBS's Pairin and now Pairin is just like any other BN component leaders, waiting for handouts at the peripheral curcle...

If Taib Mahmud dares to oppose UMNO, then you will see UMNO moving in Sarawak at record lightining speed and Taib's party will be another PBS.

Ibrahim Ali? He's des[erately clinging to his Pasir Mas parliamentary seat, and even if it calls him to kiss someone's arse, he will...and that is why he is obediently barking at Zaid, Nik Aziz, and the rest...

1997 Kelantan state emergency can recur if Tg Razaleigh allows it and so far I do not see Tg Razaleigh wants to take part in it...again, not after what Mahathir did to him in their "clash of the Titans"...

looes74 said...

Dnightcaller,
I got to agree with the part that UMNO has a part in everything. Heard of the word called Omnipresent. But then again, I have to admit one thing.....Taib Mahmud & PBB didn't really kowtow to UMNO. UMNO would love to grab Sarawak if not because of the defiance of Taib Mahmud or more likely the defiance of Sarawakians
In Qing Dynasty, Taib is akin to Wu Sangui , the lesser King in Yunnan Province. Of course, Najib is no Kiangxi....Hahahah. You would probably be very surprised that Taib would do a "PBS" at BN....He's waiting for time....
That Ibrahim Ali is one Kataki. Good to be fried to eat as in Frog Leg Porridge, very famous in dark side of Singapore. (Sorry, dnightcaller, you can't eat...)
Well, I hope that Tunku Razaleigh must do something on this mess. It does not look good on the Royals

nightcaller said...

Looes74

Taib did not exactly kow tow to UMNO but they know that UMNO has their guns ready to bring down PBB when the time comes.

Taib is no longer as invincible as he once was, not after his wife demise last year.

Frog legs? Nothing surprising there...they even has fried rats (looks and taste like spring chicken) famous in Vietnam and maybe some parts of Cambodia...Will Hun Sen "unknowingly" serve Najib with rat's meat whilst Najib is in Cambodia? :)

As for Kelantan royalhouse, it's coming to a dramatic close...and hopefully life can return to normalcy after that...

Najib is rushing back to KL to celebrate UMNO's 64th birthday (really?) this 11th May '10. Will he bring back "fried crickets, scorpions" for his UMNO friends? :)

BTW, good read byAspan here. Truth hurts...

looes74 said...

Dnightcaller,
Well, I didn't know that his wife has passed away. Anyway, his wife is even prettier than Najib's "husband". Frankly, I can only compare Rosmah to Imelda. Even then it's an insult to Imelda because Imelda is far prettier than that Pig.
Rosmah not as fiesty as Margaret. Not as stout as Bhutto. Definitely not as serene as Aquino. I can't even use Gloria Macapagal Aroyo. Plus, she's not that as overbearing as Chairman Mao's wife.....Aiyaaa......Even the Crown Prince of Japan's wife is better than Rosmah.....I can safely say Rosmah's a Disgrace to Malaysia. Please don't compared Rosmah to Sukarno's fourth wife, Puteri Dewi, a Japanese....
With Najib around, his father would turn to grave when he woke up one day. I simply takdak faham why he choose Rosmah over his first wife.
Enough on Rosmah.....Make very sure Anwar become PM, at least Kak Wan looks better

nightcaller said...

Looes74

The similarity between Imelda and Mrs Najib is they are both collectors - one collect shoes, the other collects ***.

We can't possibly compare her with those that you mentioned, and of course she is no match to Eva Peron of Argentina. However, see how UMNO culture makes her what she is not and "conveniently" erase her dark history...which some of her "conquerors" described as "time sharing" moments...enough of her...

Yes, Laila Mahmud succumbed to terminal cancer in April 2009. May God bless her soul...