Why I Write ...

Purely as a form of expression to the emotions that run riot in my life at different junctures. This blog has seen several title revisions that also reflect the state of being and evolution I am constantly in. If one were to remain stagnant in hope of never changing their temporal present, one will awaken someday to much regret. Life is about living, evolving and adapting to the constant changes all around us.

My spot on the web is essentially a journey along with my monologue ramblings of my coherent mind accompanied by the incoherent thing called life. Read me if you like ... if you don't it is not the end of the world. I am at the very least a believer in humility lifts us further than pride.

Happy trails

25 September 2008

OBB Gets A 'Keling' Riled Up ... Sept 25, 2008

I have to laugh out loud you know.

(wait is this seditious??? will I be counting bars with RPK? given 'dog food' like Teresa? should I quell the need to speak out because I am afraid??)

This morning when I heard this little snippet on the radio, I envisaged Syed with a cock stare, looking down what he hoped would be a contrite and submissive 'Keling' as he in his most Ketuanan Melayu stance screams "OOOI Keling, diam atau keluar!!!!!"

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA who would have thought that the little Indian boy he was hoping to intimidate would come out with a whammer response like he did ... don't mess with emancipated 'machas' ok ... we've more marbles between our ears than you can ever hope to collectively put together.

Read on ... extracted from TheStar ... and you wonder why the country is in such a mess ... look at the kind of leadership the maority voted into power!!!

GAWD ... I feel sick ... my small joy was the 10sen reduction on petrol - let me do my little jig again ... for every full thank, I now save enough to get me 2 roti kosong and a teh ais! - WOW such small pleasures derived - should I thanks the goman here??


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Syed Hamid: Mind your own business

PUTRAJAYA: It is inappropriate of Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department T. Murugiah to interfere in the affairs of another ministry.

Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said Murugiah’s action in speaking on behalf of Seputeh MP Teresa Kok on complaints she was not served proper meals while in detention was akin to being a spokesman for the Opposition. (.ani: what the fuck is this man?? If we speak out means we are Opposition? where did this guy crawl out from????)

“What he has done is not right. I hope he knows how to look after his own turf. He should not interfere in other people’s affairs. That is not his work. (.ani: ooooooooooo it's a turf war now)

“If there is a problem, he should take the matter to the prime minister,” he told reporters after a breaking of fast with employees of the Immigration Department and orphans yesterday.

On Monday, Murugiah met Kok over her claims that while in detention, she was served meals which comprised just two boiled eggs, cucumber and gravy. - Bernama

Murugiah to Syed Hamid: It IS my business

KLANG: Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department T. Murugiah has hit back at Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar for asking him not to “interfere” in his ministry.

Murugiah said he was surprised to hear such comments from a senior minister because he was merely doing his duty -- attending to complaints and solving problems.

“His statement asking me not to interfere in other people’s affairs is asking me and 270 staff in the Public Complaints Bureau to close shop. (.ani: hahaha 1 point for Muru!!)

“The bureau has received an average of 180 complaints about each ministry from January to August, and how can I do my job if I can’t ‘interfere’ in another ministry?” he said.

“The Public Complaints Bureau is above all ministries when it comes to handling complaints,” he said after visiting SJK (T) Batu Ampat in Jalan Kota Raja here on Thursday.

Syed Hamid was reported as saying that it was inappropriate for Murugiah to interfere in the affairs of another ministry.

He also said that Murugiah’s action in speaking on behalf of Seputeh MP Teresa Kok on complaints she was not served proper meals while in detention under the Internal Security Act (ISA) was akin to being a “spokesman for the Opposition.”

Murugiah added that Syed Hamid should talk to him directly instead of making comments publicly. (.ani: I agree - what's with all the public fiasco .. you're on the same side la chis!!)

“I’m trying to do something good for the general public, treating everyone fairly regardless whether the complaints are from the Government, the Opposition or members of the public.

“As a junior minister, I will always accept with a open heart if he (Syed Hamid) would like to guide me or show me the best way to do my job,” he said.

This is the second time Syed Hamid has hit out at his Barisan Nasional colleagues for “interfering” with his ministry.

Earlier this month, he slammed Barisan leaders for criticising his decision to detain three civilians -- including Kok -- under the ISA.

1 comment:

tina said...

Hi Anita, it's me Tina. Finally had the chance to read ur blog, particularly on this post. All I can say is, "Wakakakakakakakaka!"