Sunday, March 30, 2008

I got one finally

I have been looking forward that one particular item since the day one I saw it. It was my one time dream to have something like this with me, everywhere I go, anywhere I move. That one fine day when I saw that green scratch logo started introducing it, I was so excited.

So I told myself that I should get one for me. I used to have that wild imagination, how nice if one I can just sit anywhere and start doing my favourite stuff. Even though it took me sometime to get it, but I feel its worth the wait.

Before I got this, I actually tried another one which I was not so happy with the service plus it couldnt cover the place I stay. Apart from their nice promo nothing made me satisfied but this. My mind keep telling me that the only way that I can blog anytime and anywhere I want is just by getting it.

The small tampon type device, white in color. Yeah Baby Yeahhhh!

Finally I got my own Maxis Broadband! That friggin small cute USB modem which uses 3.5G also known as HSDPA/GPRS/EDGE technology to connect. I know im kinda late in getting the Maxis broadband service.

Frustrated and ferked up with the superbly ridiculous connection and customer service of TMNet Streamyx, I decided to switch to Maxis Broadband, Hey now I can even blog while im shitting, on my bed, while getting a blow, eating , sleeping or even when im driving I can still watch my porn hahaha ok now thats too much !

I am goin to disconnect the Streamyx. Dear Streamyx thank you for your ferked up service all this while but you did at times helped me to download some songs and video's.

Me and ammu went to Berjaya Times Square today to return back U-Mobile's same type of broadband service, which I applied last week. Since my area is not under their coverage I have to return it back within 8 days. As we walking pass this Maxis counter, ammu told that she wanted to get that USB Modem so we went to the booth and enquired on the product. As ammu was signing up I called up dad and told him that im taking up this Maxis Broadband. He just told, if you think we aint gonna have any problem connecting to the internet after this then go ahead.

So we told the girl that we are getting 2 of the modem. We paid. And by the time I came back my account was activated. Few times I totally forgot that it just a modem that I tried using it to move my cursor thinking its my mouse. Coz its that small.

From now on you what Im goin to do! I wish my sister was reading this hahahah..."Mein, I know ur suffering with your net connection with my toshiba hahhaha but im enjoyin my life here. When you come back then you can rent my Maxis Broadband okay,"

I got one finally..Maxis Broadband USB Modem!

for more info: click here

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Vikrant - Local Tamil Movie (Coming Soon)

Do you still remember Ethirkaalam? The locally made tamil movie which received very good response. The same actor will be releasing his new movie soon this May or early June 2008. Its titled Vikrant.

Currently the website is still under construction,

however if you need send email or feedback you can view his profile at (yeah he got friendster too : )

Look for this space for more details, coming soon!

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

for ammu

It's amazing how you can speak right to my heart
Without saying a word, you can light up the dark
Try as I may I can never explain
What I hear when you don't say a thing

The smile on your face lets me know that you need me
There's a truth in your eyes saying you'll never leave me
The touch of your hand says you'll catch me wherever I fall
You say it best ....when you say nothing at all

All day long I can hear people talking out loud
But when you hold me near, you drown out the crowd
Try as they may they could never define
What's been said between your heart and mine

The smile on your face lets me know that you need me
There's a truth in your eyes saying you'll never leave me
The touch of your hand says you'll catch me wherever I fall
You say it best...........When you say noting at all

Oh......The smile on your face lets me know that you need me
There's a truth in your eyes saying you'll never leave me
The touch of your hand says you'll catch me wherever I fall
You say it best (say it best).. when you say nothing at all

(You say it best when you say nothing at all
You say it best when you say nothing at all..)

That smile on your face
The truth in your eyes The touch of your hand
Let's me know that you need me..
(You say it best when you say nothing at all
You say it best when you say nothing at all..)

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Malaysia Cabinet 2008

The following is the list of cabinet ministers and their deputies as announced by the prime minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi on March 18, 2008 - 12pm

Prime Minister
Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (Umno)

Deputy Prime Minister
Najib Razak (Umno)

Finance Minister
Abdullah Ahmad Badawi (Umno)

Second Finance Minister
Nor Mohamed Yakcop (Umno)

Deputies: Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah (Umno), Kong Cho Ha (MCA)

Defence Minister
Najib Razak (Umno)

Deputy: Abu Seman Yusop (Umno)

Housing and Local Government Minister
Ong Ka Chuan (MCA)

Deputy: Robert Lau Hoi Chew (Supp), Hamzah Zainuddin (Umno)

Works Minister
Mohd Zin Mohamed (Umno)

Deputy: Yong Khoon Seng (Supp)

Energy, Water and Communications Minister
Shaziman Abu Mansor

Deputy: Joseph Salang Gandum

Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry Minister
Mustapa Mohamad (Umno)

Deputy: Rohani Abdul Karim (Umno)

International Trade and Industry Minister
Muhyiddin Yassin (Umno)

Deputy: Leow Wei Keong (LDP), Yaakob Dungau Sagan

Foreign Minister
Rais Yatim

Deputy: Sultan Azlan Abu Bakar (Umno)

Education Minister
Hishammuddin Hussein (Umno)

Deputies: Dr Wee Ka Siong (MCA), Razali Ismail (Umno)

Transport Minister
Ong Tee Keat (MCA)

Deputy: Anifah Aman

Health Minister
Liow Tiong Lai (MCA)

Deputy: Dr Abdul Latiff Ahmad (Umno)

Human Resources Minister
S Subramaniam (MIC)

Deputy: Noraini Ahmad (Umno)

Home Affairs and Internal Security Minister
Syed Hamid Albar (Umno)

Deputies: Chor Chee Heung (MCA), Wan Ahmad Farid (Umno)

Women, Family and Community Development Minister
Dr Ng Yen Yen (MCA)

Deputy: Norliah Kasmon (Umno)

Culture, Arts, Heritage and National Unity Minister
Shafie Apdal (Umno)

Deputy: Teng Boon Soon (MCA)

Science, Technology and Innovation Minister
Dr Maximum Ongkili

Deputy: Fadillah Yusof

Entrepreneurial and Cooperative Development Minister
Noh Omar (Umno)

Deputy: Saifudin Abdullah

Higher Education Minister
Khaled Nordin (Umno)

Deputies: Idris Haron (Umno), Dr Hou Kok Chung (MCA)

Information Minister
Ahmad Shabery Cheek (Umno)

Deputy: Tan Lian Hoe (Gerakan)

Natural Resources and Environment Minister
Douglas Uggah Embas (PPB)

Deputy: Abdul Ghapur Salleh (Umno)

Rural and Regional Development Minister
Senator Muhammad Muhammad Taib (Umno)

Deputy: Joseph Entulu

Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister
Abdul Shahrir Samad (Umno)

Deputy: Jelaing Mersat

Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister
Peter Chin Fah Kui (Supp)

Deputy: Kohilan Pillay (Gerakan)

Youth and Sports Minister
Ismail Sabri Yaakob (Umno)

Deputy: Wee Jack Seng (MCA)

Tourism Minister
Azalina Othman Said (Umno)

Deputy: Sulaiman Abu Taib (PBB)

Federal Territories Minister
Zulhasnan Rafique (Umno)

Deputy: M Saravanan (MIC)

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department

Zaid Ibrahim (Umno, to be appointed senator) - legal affairs
Zahid Hamidi (Umno)
Bernard Dompok (Upko)
Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz (Umno)

Mindsblog Gathering - 15 March 2008

Last week saturday, 15 March 2008 first ever Malaysian Indian Bloggers (MindsBlog) gathering was held. Since we, bloggers are all the kaki kemiskinan we had our gathering at Naga's, Brickfields. Its a five star exclusive wine and dine gathering (heheh) and it was faboulous!

Well I was wondering which will be the familiar face at the gathering when I was parking my car. Once parked, I walked in and saw, Mahen, Amutha and Raaja was sitting at one of the table. In my heart I was like "dammit. 4 ppl oni ha. enalah ithe" But then I walked in and shook hand with Mahendran. Oh yeah I have met Mahendran before at one of the convention, so he seems to be the familiar face there.

And then it was a easy guess, Amutha and Raaja. Bought my seratus tambah and we moved table since there will be more coming in later.

raaja thinking: "neethaan rujj va. irudee unake iruke"
rujj thinking : "neethaan raajarox ah. mm periya blogger lar neenge"

madhavanR: "yaare lar ithe ellame. blogger ne solerayinge..aaana patha apidi therileye"
Hanusha: "fuhyo..savadiya peseralah rujjcoomarh."
Rujj: "inge parunge.. naa ore thadava thaa soluven"

Sundra: "aik.. kavilan side leh paatha konjo prabhu mathiri irukare"
Kavilan: "sikeroma sapedegenlar. munnadi vetchikitte scene kamikiringe"

"Naangel thaan Malaysian Indian Bloggers..!"

all who attended Mindsblog 1st ever gathering. Instead of their names I have decided to put up their blog address so kira free publicity lar.. you people owe me one (heheheh jus kiddin)

1. Asha's Expressions
2. R u J J ' s FucCaDiLLicz
3. Raaja's Blog
4. MindsBlog Member
5. Kav's Kollage
6. The Dissected Mind
7. Saravanan07
8. Tulipspeaks
9. Bolehland

Praveen: "aik..yenna photo edukerangeleh..aiyah jaali"
Puvanan: "mike ennode palleh theriyutha..EEEEE?"

Ok coming back to what happen that day. Yeah gradually all the bloggers came and joined us. At the end, there were Mahendran, Amutha, Raaja, Sundra, Kavilan, Hanusha, Madhavan, Puvanan, Saravanan, Raj aka Rujjcoomarh, Praveen and lastly JD. (someway another i reli like his nick..hhehhehe)

So we started discussing from the hot topic which was the election and then we started sharing on what do we blog about. Madhavan's superb opening line " are? Whats your blog? "
You go Bro !! ahahha. Due to external noise we really cant hear what we are all talking so basically some understood and some just pretended.. I wonder who ? :P

Everyone ordered their food and came to the table for meyeraning session. Once done we continued our discussion on what will be our project for Mindsblog.

From suggestion/feedback we manage to list down on our upcoming projects:
  • new terms to qualify as an author of MINDSBLOG
  • opening up the registration for subcribers/members of MINDSBLOG
  • creating a customized t-shirt for MINDSBLOG
  • an ambitious large-scale charity project

note: thanks amutha for the details.

Finally, its time for me leave, so I said goodbye to all and then we left. Im very happy because the gathering even though it was a small group. But hey there is always a starting point for something right?

Thank you everyone who attended Mindblog gathering and whoever couldnt make it. Sorry lar. better luck next time.

Till we meet again,


For further details:

Monday, March 17, 2008

Bravo Saravanan !!

Recently I got to know about S.Saravanan. Last week attended Mindsblog gathering and they were talking about S.Saravanan. And I do remember reading about him over one of Mindsblog members blog :)
Saravanan is one of the top scorer in STPM with the results 2A's and 3B's !!


Saravanan was abandoned by his parents and raised by some good hearts. So what is so special about Saravanan?? Well he is a spastic cerebral palsy. He is from Kedah.

His ambition is to become a Software Engineer. His other achievements are:








So recently my fellow blogger of Bolehland came out with the initiative called to collectively support S.Saravanan. Currently we are getting very good response, so I as part of the blogger world and Malaysian Indian Bloggers (Mindsblog) I have decided to play a role by posting up about Saravanan on my blog.

If you would like to know more or read more about Saravanan, you may visit and if you wish to contribute you can email to

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Rujj'z : Do & Dont's

Recently I was struck with an idea. Why not Rujj come's out with his own Do' and Dont's. Rujj why not you write something humorous, something serious or even meaningful on do and donts.

This can be on any topic for the matter, from politics to relationship, daily routines, food, sex, education anything. Just what you can and cannot do.

This is made just for fun and its merely Rujj's imagination and the characters are fictional, so if you wanna hit back to me, go ahead. I hold no responsibilty if this happens to be true or it can be even you yourself.

Remember this is just an imagination. So please dont get friggin emo bout it. mMkAy..

as a kick start..

Things that you shouldn't do... When you are A Bat.

1. Try walking since you got legs.

2. Seperate yourself from the group.

3. Imagine yourself transforming into human. that only happens in movies.

4. Hanging out at playground or electrical cable instead of cave's or tree.

5. Wear contact lenses.

6. Flying in broad daylight

7. Try to save the world. Batman is not your brother.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Malaysian voters open the door for Anwar Ibrahim

Interesting article by Michael Backman published in The Age. click here

MALAYSIA Boleh! (Malaysia Can!) is Malaysia's national slogan but after last Saturday's elections, the real slogan should be Malaysians Boleh! for ordinary Malaysians are to be congratulated. The humiliation they handed their government at the federal and state elections demonstrates how politically sophisticated and mature they have become in the face of a high-handed and patronising government.

Five state governments were won by the opposition and federally, the Government had its worst showing ever. But it was the clinical precision in which voters went about their business that was most impressive.

Zainuddin Maidin, the information minister, lost his seat. A measure of how complacent the Government had become was its appointment of the inept Zainuddin to the role in the first place. His appalling performance on Al Jazeera television late last year was a very public international humiliation for all Malaysians. Voters did what Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi did not have the guts to do: they removed him from office.

Malaysia's media has become so discredited that local bloggers are now hugely popular. Zainuddin had patronisingly warned Malaysians about false information spread by bloggers. They responded by voting one of the most popular bloggers — Jeff Ooi — into parliament.

The birthday of Samy Vellu, the long-serving public works minister and head of the party that represents Malaysia's Indian community, coincided with election day but it was Malaysians who got the birthday present. Samy lost his seat.

No one is more to blame than he for driving Malaysia's Indians into their pitiful state as second-class citizens. His deputy also lost his seat, as did the head of the party's youth wing, its vice-president, and the head of its women's wing. The party barely exists now.

Meanwhile, a lawyer who championed the rights of Indians and who has been detained without charge since December because of it, won a seat in a state parliament — a seat in which the majority of voters are actually Chinese. It seems that ordinary Malaysians have a greater sense of fair play than their Government.

The Government lost power in the state of Penang. Lim Guan Eng, the much-respected new chief minister, was arrested and jailed in 1994 after he distributed a brochure complaining about the handling of claims that the (then) chief minister of Malacca, Rahim Thamby Chik, had sexual relations with an under-age girl who happened to be one of Lim's constituents.

Unbelievably Thamby Chik was not charged for what amounted to statutory rape but Lim was, for having distributed the pamphlet. How embarrassing for Abdullah that he must now deal with a chief minister that his Government so unfairly jailed.

Only the state government of Sarawak was spared voters' ire but only because it had its elections last year. But nature will bring change there too. Its long-serving, outstandingly greedy, cancer-stricken chief minister is soon to learn that a shroud has no pockets.

More broadly, the very legitimacy of Abdullah's Government is open to question. At the federal level, the opposition received 47.8% of the vote; a remarkable result given voting fraud, a frightened media that gives the opposition almost no positive coverage, and severely rigged electoral boundaries. As it was, about a third of eligible voters did not vote, meaning that Abdullah's Government was returned by only four out of 10 eligible voters.

Late last year, I met with former finance minister and senior ruling party lawmaker Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah at his residence in Kuala Lumpur. He told me how appalled he was by the direction Malaysia had taken. He said that Malaysia needed a free media and a truly independent judiciary. He decried the corruption and nepotism that had beset the leadership of his own party. "But why don't you stand up in parliament and say these things?" I asked.

"Because the media would be instructed not to report it," he said.

If the opposition parties and their leaders can put their egos aside and think strategically, they have a chance of giving Malaysia what it sorely needs, a stable two-party system.

Opposition figure Anwar Ibrahim will become eligible for election next month with the expiry of the ban following his criminal conviction.

The nightmare scenario for Abdullah is that Anwar's wife, who was again elected on Saturday, will resign in the coming months, forcing a by-election at which Anwar will be elected. He might then help to coalesce the opposition parties into a more unified and effective voice. If he were to lure the Chinese-based MCA and perhaps the Sarawak-based United Traditional Bumiputera Party away from the ruling coalition, then the opposition would have precisely half the members of parliament. And if just one more government member were to walk — Tengku Razaleigh perhaps — then the Government will fall after 50 years in office. The current 13-party ruling coalition would be replaced by a five-party coalition. Whether or not this happens, there will be constant tension from the fact that it might.

Abdullah has emerged as probably Malaysia's most pointless prime minister. The election results are an unmitigated disaster for him and his Government. If the opposition is sufficiently disciplined and the ruling coalition starts to crack, then his nightmare has only just begun. Could Abdullah negotiate such a minefield? So far his political talents don't seem to have stretched beyond using chemical-laden water cannons against his own people. It would seem his days are numbered.


See the published version on the Age website at:

Sunday, March 9, 2008

The so-called LION of MIC....


So much of over confidence and high expectation hoping that the so called LION of MIC to win Sungai Siput cannot lose his seat, FORTUNATELY lost his battle to Dr. D Jeyakumar. Yes! Samy Vellu who held the parlimentary seat for 9 terms for Sungai Siput have lost his seat. This shows the power in people.

Adding to that Kayveas at the same time lost his Taiping seat to DAP. Angkut!

Then Veerasingham, G.Palanivel, L.Krishnan semua kena sapu!

Sorry readers as my internet connection is really bad now at my place. So I dont know if im able to update my blog. I will try my level best to do so.

Even we didnt make it for 2/3 but as what we have always wanted. The message is clear!

Valgha Makkal Shakthi!!

Friday, March 7, 2008

The Hot Seats - Election 2008

The seats to watch in Klang Valley

The following are our picks for seats to watch on polling day. We have received ground reports on these seats as the candidates wind up their two-week campaign. Here’s the latest state of play.


Lembah Pantai

Shahrizat Abdul Jalil* (Umno)
Nurul Izzah Anwar (PKR)
N Periasamy (Independent)

* Incumbent in bold

Underdog Nurul has put up a strong fight over the past week, enough to worry Shahrizat. However, the challenger has to reverse a whopping 15,288 majority. It’s still not clear whether the swing - especially from Chinese (27.0%) and Indian voters (18.2%) - will be enough to give her an upset win. If the vote is close, the independent candidate can be a spoiler. The decider will be whether there is a swing among its 54.5% Malay voters. For now, it is too close to call.

Bukit Bintang

Fong Kui Lun (DAP)
Dr Lee Chong Meng (MCA)

Lee has centred his campaign around ‘developing’ Bukit Bintang and argued that the constituency could be better off voting for him so that the Golden Triangle could be transformed into a world-class metropolis. While Fong claimed that 6,000 postal votes may cause him to lose, Lee suffered a setback last week. A ‘misunderstanding’ with 6,000-strong Selangor and Federal Territory Char Yong Association remains unresolved. Add 10.4% disgruntled Indians, Lee's dream of being Bukit Bintang's legitimate MP is expected to fade away.


Dr Tan Seng Giaw (DAP)
Lau Hoi Keong (Gerakan)

This DAP seat is expected to remain under opposition’s control, especially given that newcomer Lau's campaign focused mainly on local issues. Sixth-term MP Tan, a medical doctor, is a familiar face to voters and in the slightest chance he loses, it would be due to the young voters who prefers a new face. Gerakan has made inroads in Kepong in recent years and has reduced Tan’s once-sizable majority considerably. What used to be a safe DAP seat is now a marginal seat of less than 2,000 majority. But a swing of Chinese voters to DAP will help Tan increase his winning margin.


Tian Chua (PKR)
Lim Si Pin (Gerakan)

The odds seem stacked against Gerakan candidate Lim Si Pin - that he was parachuted into the seat and that he is son of Gerakan supremo Keng Yaik. His rival Chua, who has contested in the seat twice before, have steadily built his support base in the seat. Given the likely swing of Indian votes (Indian: 14.3%) to PKR, the only challenge Chua has to contend with is the Malay vote (44.3%). Chua was defeated in 2004 by two-term MP Ng Lip Yong - a senior Gerakan leader who had to make way for Lim - by 11,517 votes but such an easy victory for BN is not likely to be repeated tomorrow. But the formidable BN machinery will ensure victory for Lim.


Teresa Kok (DAP)
Carol Chew (MCA)

The MCA lightweight was never expected to give too much of a fight for popular two-term MP Kok. Add a few sexist caricature banners to the equation and Kok should win hands down. Remember how she made her entry in Seputeh after MCA's Dr Sua Chong Keh and his "men stand and women squat" remark? Seputeh is the DAP seat with the highest winning majority - 12,895. Expect Kok to increase it by a few thousands more.


Lau Yeng Peng (Gerakan)
Gobind Singh Deo (DAP)

This will not be an easy seat for DAP to take as Lau last won his seat with a 11,882 majority. However, then it was a three-cornered fight with PAS and DAP taking 9,409 and 9,185 votes respectively. If this is taken into consideration, Lau won by 3,000-odd votes. Since then, the electorate has an additional 15,000 new voters while the racial breakdown has hardly changed - 43.6% Malay, 40.8% Chinese and 15.3% Indian. While the combination of DAP’s Teresa Kok and PAS’ Ahmad Idzam Ahmad for the state seats under Puchong should help, it will still be a stretch for Gobind. Close fight predicted with Gobind just nicking it.

Petaling Jaya Selatan
Donald Lim (MCA)
Hee Loy Sian (PKR)

It was initially thought to be an interesting three-corner fight but independent candidate Toni Kasim pulled out at the last-minute due to health concerns. However, this mixed urban seat appears to favour incumbent Lim due to opponent Hee's inability to cash in on the growing sentiments over the spike in crime and other national issues. Although there will be a swing among Chinese and church-going voters in Hee's direction, the majority of the 73,192 PJ Selatan voters are likely to play safe and give Lim his fourth term in Parliament.

Petaling Jaya Utara

Chew Mei Fun (MCA)
Tony Pua (DAP)

Touted as one of the hottest seat in Selangor to watch, true enough, voters are finding it very difficult to make a choice. Will it be two-term incumbent Chew who reaps praises from locals for
her community work or the DAP millionaire-cum-politician raising national issues and explaining the actual role of a parliamentarian? PJ Utara is one of the few predominantly Chinese seats which is not under DAP’s control. Having lost it to MCA by default as its candidate was disqualified in 1995, the opposition party has been itching to reclaim the seat. Both candidates are tipped to win with a needle-thin margin but bets are on rookie Pua.


Said Anuar Said Ahmad (Umno)
Mohd Azmin Ali (PKR)

Umno's reputation in Malay-majority (74.3%) Gombak - which has a strong PAS presence - has taken a beating despite its win in 2004. Incumbent Dr Raman Ismail was dropped by the BN leadership in favour of new face Said Anuar Said Ahmad, who is not as high-profile among Umno leaders as his contender Mohd Azmin Ali who is as a top PKR leader. All of these factors may serve to neutralise the 13,207 majority which Umno's Raman obtained in 2004 over then-PAS candidate Dr Mohd Hatta Md Ramli. Azmin will give Said Anuar a tough fight on March 8 but the majority may too big for him to reverse.


Komala Devi (MIC)
S Manickavasagam (PKR)

A confident S Manickavasagam have been capitalising on the Hindraf and price hike issue there. Apart from this, his promises of providing more employment and reducing crime in the area have been received well by both the Chinese and Malay communities there. This, however, may not be enough to ensure that the staggering 14,588 majority won by the incumbent can be overcome. The decider will be how the Malays, who represent 49.3% of the constituency’s 112,224 electorate, will vote tomorrow.


Ch’ng Toh Eng (MCA)
Charles Santiago (DAP)

Both parties have fielded new faces in this contest. Though previous contest saw DAP’s candidate losing to MCA’s by 13,281 majority votes, Santiago is confident that the situation is different this time. This is because the constituency has been a stronghold for Hindraf, and it is expected that Indian voters - which make up 19% of the consistency - to swing in favour of the opposition. Santiago will also be helped by sizable proportion of Chinese voters in Klang (47.1%). Given this, Santiago is in a position to score an upset victory.


S Murugesan (MIC)
R Sivarasa (PKR)

Two lawyers are contesting this safe MIC seat which was won by party’s vice-president KS Nijhar with a 15,000 majority. While Murugesan, who is making his election debut, is expected to retain the seat, Indian votes (15.6%) are expected to swing to the opposition. There is a general wave of discontentment towards MIC sweeping across the Indian community and this could prove to be advantageous for the opposition candidate. Furthermore, the seat also has a large number of urban voters concerned about issues such as transparency, corruption and human rights which will benefit Sivarasa. Expect MIC to hold the seat with a reduced majority.



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Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Look before you croxx! - Finale

This will be my last post on Election 2008. Well I have decided what to do, I want to change the system.

Playing some dirty tricks controlling the media. Well that is one trick they are currently playing now, making some video clippings and speeches via all the channels and radio. Where is the freedom of media? Controlled I guess.

Bringing in corporate people to give speeches on why we have to vote for them. Cmon, don't you people have something better things to do. "We are going to rebuild the Tamil schools, we will make sure that by 2009 we will build 60 Tamil schools!"

Oh yeah. We will see that. Threatening the community, gangsterism being taught. You ask question you get beaten up by the thugs.

The issue here is not about who is ruling, the issue is mainly on why is he still around and sucking up all our blood. Every interview every time the same story comes out " I work longer hours to make sure that every Indian in this country leave peacefully. Agreed DS, but what happen to our questions. It still remains unanswered. How Kg. Jawa could happen? Shares.Sujatha.Gangsters.Tamil schools.Demolishment.

How these can happen? We gave the seats to everyone up there hoping that someone will make some changes to a better tomorrow. But... Keris licking, sleeping, beruk di jalanan?

On the other hand, you are someone who told once "I will make sure there will be no temple bell rings in Penang" and now you are asking us to give you a chance. Man we are torn. We dont know if we would want to do that. Manipulating us with the current situation, yeah thats what you are doing now. Manipulating.

Eveery time we elect, every time we get kicked. Mata, Roket and Bulan one thing I can see from my point is you are just manipulating. What are your plans?

Rujj asks: Since Merdeka there was 880 tamil schools in Malaysia and now 2007 we only have about 500 tamil schools. How?

Rujj answers: Yeah lah, last time all working in estate, rural areas now all educated move out to town. Very less people in estate so whats the point of tamil schools. Move it larrr...what lah thambi..So of course lar rocket say tamil school reducing. Yes the number reducing, but the quality. All smart ready what..

The education level of Indian children is increasing ready. Who says most of them dont go to school.

Ok lastly before I conclude, Uncle dont threathen the Indians, dont think we are stupid and you can just play with us. Where is the hotline, the action biro?

Dont simply say you hero, you work 5am till 1am. Prove it. We want to see changes!

I want to see the changes!

Makkal Sakthi!!