Three States voiced against PROTON CARS

Three States voiced against


Pahang, Kelantan MBs back Terengganu over Perdana car maintenance cost

KUANTAN, July 24 – The menteris besar of Pahang and Kelantan today came to the defence of Terengganu Menteri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said over his insistence that Proton Perdana V6 Executive cars incur high maintenance costs.  

Both Datuk Adnan Yaakob and Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat agreed with Ahmad that it was costly to maintain the national cars.

Ahmad had said that the high maintenance cost had driven the Terengganu government to decide on the purchase of 14 Mercedes Benz E200 Kompressor cars at a cost of RM3.43 million to replace the Perdana cars of its state executive councillors and senior government officers.

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Beware violence in name of religion

Beware violence in name of religion


KUALA LUMPUR, July 24 — Many individuals and groups have abused the name of God and religion to justify violence and terrorism, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said today.

The prime minister said such extremism had been observed many times in the course of history and in each instance, the virtuous teachings of religion had been twisted and manipulated on behalf of one’s religion, for the sake of political gain or personal profit.

“In our own time, we have witnessed many injustices committed in the name of religion, including the occupation of someone else’s land and the dispossession that ensues from it. This is surely an affront to the dignity of the person, and a blemish upon the freedom that is a human being’s birthright.”

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Let us see how the fugitive Than Shwe would likely to disguise

Let us see how the fugitive Than Shwe

would likely to disguise_


It may be difficult for him to grow beard like his brothers SEIN and RK.





 Following picturs are from Burma Digest

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Singapore authorities showoff by bullying the press at ASEAN meeting?

Singapore pushes back press at ASEAN meeting

By EILEEN NG,Associated Press Writer

SINGAPORE – Restraint is the buzzword at an annual meeting of Asia-Pacific diplomats.


With a huge pack of journalists, photographers and TV crews scrambling over diplomats from 27 countries in the lobby of Singapore’s swank Shangri-La Hotel, the rule-obsessed government of Singapore on Wednesday issued a stern advisory to the media: Behave!

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UN Security Council to Discuss Burma


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NEW YORK — As the United Nations plans to send special envoy Ibrahim Gambari to Burma in September and the Security Council prepares to discuss Burma on Thursday, the US says it will push for a “focused” political approach on Burma.

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Rice Urges Asean to Push Burma Reform


Wednesday,July 23,2008

SINGAPORE — US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice urged Southeast Asian nations on Wednesday to put more pressure on Burma’s junta to improve human rights and adopt democratic reforms.

Speaking after meeting foreign ministers from the 10-member Association of South East Asian Nations, Rice said Asean especially needs to push Burma to release political prisoners, including Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi.


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Short sighted, megalomaniac Grandma mentality Singapore had done again

Short sighted, megalomaniac Grandma mentality Singapore had done again

Singapore cancels ASEAN song-and-dance: Surin

Singapore cancels Asean ministers song-and-dance number Secretary-General

Comment: that tiny DOT Singapore megalomaniacly dreaming that that they are the parents of the world great nations.

Russia, Japan, USA etc are too much at last meating-skits.

Please read back my comments in this previous post_

Don’t cry for me grandpa, Minister Mentor

There is a Burmese saying_

Kyaw poo dar_khan naing thee

Naar poo dar_ma khan naing”.

  • Most of the peaple could bear the heat on the back of the body (prefer to work hard even under the sun)
  • but could not stand the (heat/ pressure) in the ears (read: brain / stress / undue pressure from the boss).

Some of us could prefer to work hard but could not stand the mental torture, pressure, or stress.

Yes! Even our Prophet (PBUH) had taught us_

If you do not want to donate to a beggar, use polite words to apologize.

But never insult the beggar even after you donated a large some of money.

Getting / money or not is far less important than getting an insult.

Money goes into the pocket only but the insult goes deep into our hearts.

So feeding the human’s mental ego is sometimes more important than just feeding the mouths.

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