Myanmar government planning for another episode of Anti-Muslim riots

Myanmar government

planning for another episode

of Anti-Muslim riots  


Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities. -Voltaire

Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities. -Voltaire


Anti-Muslim Riots in Bago/Pegu

Anti-Muslim Riots in Bago/Pegu





Dear Brother,

I hope you can share the following news which is the part of a deliberate plan of the Military Junta of Burma to use its long term policy of using religious hatred to create the political environment that may benefit the Military Junta of Burma to stay in Power Forever.
Please prevent hatred against any race or religion and create the unity and harmony among all the races and religions of the people of Burma.

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Bollywood drama in Boleh land, waiting for DSAI’s Hindi songs for soothing

Bollywood drama in Boleh land,

waiting for DSAI’s Hindi songs for soothing

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 1 — When the bushfire of Indian dissatisfaction in the PKR threatened to turn into an inferno, party supremo Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, holidaying in the Middle East, called from Dubai and urged a man he trusted to investigate what was really going on, how big it was and why it was happening…..

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‘Rahman prophecy’ in Malaysia

‘Rahman prophecy’

in Malaysia

Comment: With the Reformasi movement of “CHANGE” , I hereby predict and pray to Allah that the sequence R A H M A N will reverse back after  the new Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak and A will be the next PM. From the sequence of R A H M A N, AN would be taken. then follow the reversed  order M to made upside-down to become W. And continue with the reverse order A and R. We get ANWAR.

Not only PM was Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia’s the first king’s (The Yang di-Pertuan Agong) name was also Tuanku Abdul Rahman. 

No. Name State Reign Birth Death
1 Tuanku Abdul Rahman Negeri Sembilan August 31, 1957 – April 1, 1960 August 24, 1895 April 1, 1960

The anointing of the Deputy Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak as the nation’s next leader has been hailed as the culmination of a curious prophecy which has “predicted” all its premiers.

The initials follow the sequence R A H M A N – after Tunku Abdul Rahman who became the nation’s first prime minister when Malaysia declared independence from Britain in 1957.

Rahman was followed by:

Abdul Razak

Hussein Onn

Mahathir Mohamad

Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

Najib Abdul Razak


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Please do not force the refugees in Malaysia to beg for money or to rob

Please do not force the refugees in Malaysia 

to beg for money or to rob


The Right to a Basic Standard of Life in ISLAM

Regarding the economic rights, the Holy Quran says:

And in their wealth there is acknowledged right for the needy and destitute. (51:19)

Anyone who needs help, irrespective of the race, religion or citizenship has a right in the property and wealth of the Muslims.

If you are in a position to help and a needy person asks you for help or if you come to know that he is in need, then it is your duty to help him.

Where is the Minister of Justice, Minister in the PM’s office Tan Seri Nazri Aziz, who even seemed to be championing for the Rohingyas, even mocking the Home Ministers that, HM did not know but he and PM’s security dpt had already arranged and approved all.

YAB DSAAB also acknowledged that Myanmar SPDC is hopeless and had even killed their own monks and Japanese photographer. But later even persuaded the other ASEAN leaders not to take action on the generals which was secretly recorded by Singaporeans.

After Tun Dr M introduced ‘San Oo Aung’ at the Perdana foundation function to his dear wife, Tun Dr Siti Hasma Mohd Ali, she commented to me in-front of the VIPs about the alleged kidnapping of a Malaysian by a Rohingya family. She even added her own experience of Rohingya beggars in-front of a shopping mall.

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Early migrants, “Foreigners the bane of neighbours”




Foreigners the bane of neighbours

From ANOTHER WORRIED RESIDENT of Kuala Lumpur: I REFER to Worried Resident’s letter on “Disgusted by behaviour of foreign workers,” (The Star, Nov 9).

….Since then, we have had to put up with workers bathing, brushing teeth and washing their laundry in front of the house every day………..

Then both of you and the STAR editors who think it is fit to bash up poor foreign workers should all go back to INDIA, CHINA OR INDONESIA where your ancestors came. Because according to your logic and anti-foreigner concepts, your ancestors SHOULD ALSO SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO COME HERE, because all first generation migrants who are not professional migrants are dirty, doing dangerous and non-dignified low pay jobs that the locals shun.


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A Clown Frog that get a frequent Midas Touch to morph

A Clown Frog that get a frequent Midas Touch to morph


Dog food may be good for the frogs but every body knows that it is not suitable for Rajas. Don’t be jealous about food for Rajas. You are welcome to join him.

His words are always wise but your comments are universally rubbish. I don’t know why some of the clowns were appointed as Information ministers in IRAQ, NAZI GERMANY AND MYANMAR etc..

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Who will be back? Tun Dr M or DSAI?

Who will be back?

Tun Dr M or DSAI?

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Anwar’s US policy ?

Anwar’s US policy ?

Extracts from Josh Hong


At a closed-door dialogue with Anwar Ibrahim a couple of years ago, a question was raised as to whether the wannabe prime minister’s US policy would be too friendly to be palatable to many, which had some pro-Washington attendants in the room nervous.

Always a smart player, Anwar referred to China, stating that the world’s most populous nation’s bilateral relations with the US were based on strong national principles, while not neglecting the sole superpower as an extremely important trading partner to many a developing country, including Malaysia.

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A benevolent charismatic adorable chameleon named DSAI

A benevolent charismatic adorable chameleon named DSAI


His agenda for Islam in Malaysia is one he’s been pursuing in speeches and writings for many years:Malaysia should keep Islam as its state religion, but not become an Islamic state, accepting its pluralism.


  • But his jail ordeal strengthened his concern for freedom.
  • “Being six years in prison, solitary confinement, teaches you quite a lot,” he said.
  • “The passion for democracy, for justice, is far more pronounced …
  • Basically these years of sojourn and wilderness did help.

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Malaysia Day speech by Tunku Abdul Rahman

 The Malaysian Insider

Malaysia Day speech by Tunku Abdul Rahman

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 16 – Forty-five years ago, Tunku Abdul Rahman spoke of the hopes of the newly-formed Malaysia, its trials and tribulations in its formation, and the passing of the Federation of Malaya.

Herewith is Tunku Abdul Rahman’s Speech on Malaysia Day, September 16, 1963.


THE great day we have long awaited has come at last – the birth of Malaysia. In a warm spirit or joy and hope, 10 million people of many races in all the States of Malaya, Singapore, Sarawak and Sabah now join hands in freedom and unity.

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A Tryst With Destiny by DSAI and Jawaharlal Nehru

A Tryst With Destiny

India’s First Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru political leader of the Congress Party,  the first and longest-serving Prime Minister of the Republic of India. He took office as the Prime Minister of India on August 15, and delivered his inaugural address titled “A Tryst With Destiny:”

  • “Long years ago we made a tryst with destiny,
  • and now the time comes when we shall redeem our pledge, not wholly or in full measure, but very substantially.
  • At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom.
  • A moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the new,
  • when an age ends, and when the soul of a nation, long suppressed, finds utterance.
  • It is fitting that at this solemn moment we take the pledge of dedication to the service of India and her people and to the still larger cause of humanity.”

Earlier, Anwar made a dramatic entrance to the music from the Terminator 2 soundtrack to deafening cheers from the crowd.

He started his speech by quoting from the famous “date with destiny” speech made by India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, pointing out that “the appointed day has come… yet the turning point is past, and history begins anew for us.”

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Anwar is on track to win power in Malaysia?

Anwar is on track to win power in Malaysia?

Ian MacKinnon



Anwar, a former deputy prime minister, has previously said he will secure a majority in parliament by Malaysia’s national day, September 16.

But earlier this week 50 of the government’s 140 MPs flew to Taiwan on a farming study trip set to last more than a week. Anwar said it was a government ruse to ensure they did not cross the floor of the house, a charge denied by the embattled prime minister, Abdullah Badawi.


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When home is a foreign term

R. Nadeswaran and Terence Fernandez

As foreign minister, Datuk Seri Utama Dr Rais Yatim has his hands full taking on critics of Malaysia’s judicial and enforcement processes, but as he tells R. NADESWARAN and TERENCE FERNANDEZ, his biggest challenges are right here at home.

IT seems of late your focus has been more of explaining the charges against Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to our foreign missions. Is the apparent one-sided view of the foreign press a reflection of the inaction of our missions to correct whatever perception they may have of Malaysia and its treatment of Anwar?
I’ve been here five months. My focus is not merely Anwar. My focus is a good spread. If it so happens that America, Britain or Europe wants to focus more on Anwar, that’s their business, but we have enough facts and we have distributed them to all our missions and we have dispersed materials to America, Britain and Europe in respect of our laws.

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Will DSAI really become the great reformer?

Will DSAI really become the great reformer?

Extracts only from Manjit Bhatia’s article in Malaysiakini

MANJIT BHATIA is an academic and writer and an associate partner of AsiaRisk, a risk analysis consultancy, with specialisation in international economics and politics. His writings have been published in The Wall Street Journal, Business Times Singapore, International Herald Tribune, Financial Times, The Australian, The Australian Financial Review and elsewhere.

…..Today Malaysians are waiting with almost bated breath for Sep 16. Apparently, on this day, Anwar, with help from sitting (and non-sitting) politicians in the ruling Barisan Nasional, will topple the regime….

With that Anwar will usurp national power. He will turn a severely bastardised parliamentary democracy into a flowering, full-blown, truly multi-racial democracy – with Malaysian characteristics of course.

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