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Monday, January 26, 2009

phrase of the day

First and foremost,
Happy Chinese New Year!!!

credits to Lim Chun Yian


quote of the day ....
the winner is

Reform is like sex; merely talking about it is not enough, for without the necessary accompanying actions it will only increase your frustration.
by M. Bakri Musa

I found this phrase from Lim Kit Siang's blog from an article wrote by M. Bakri Musa.

ShAuNnY BoY:P ~

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Pro-Opposition is the way to go in University Malaya

Pro Mahasiswa aka opposition finally took over University Malaya ...
Hope that there will be some changes now... some will do...
This is a LESSON to the Pro-Aspirasi (now Penggerak Mahasiswa) that people are fed up with racial politics, money politics and all sorts of nonsense.
Here, is the link to The Star.

ShAuNnY BoY:P ~

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Pig Head in Surau in University of Malaya

Dear Campus Community,

We regret to inform that an unfortunate incident occurred earlier

At 5 a.m, 16th of January 2009 the remains of a pig's head was
found in the surau of Academy of Islamic Studies (API).

The Management of University of Malaya (UM) strongly condemns this
despicable act aimed at creating disunity. Further investigations are
being conducted and security on campus will be tightened.

We appeal to everyone to remain calm and provide full cooperation in
this matter.

Thank You.

Associate Professor Dr. Kamila Ghazali
International Corporate Relations Office
On behalf of the Management of University of Malaya
International & Corporate Relations Office (ICR)
Level 1, Chancellery Building
University of Malaya
50603 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603-7967 3273 / 3423 / 3575 / 3334
Fax: 603-7956 0027

ShAuNnY BoY:P ~

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

I condemn Ali Rustam's acts

Ali Rustam, Chief Minister of Malacca [a disgrace to the country] the one in white

I am SADDEN, DISGUSTED & DISAPPOINTED with the Chief Minister of my home state, Malacca, which is none other than Mohd. Ali Rustam.

His actions of burning the effigy of the Prime Minister of Israel and the Israeli flag clearly shows that he is NOT!!! I stress again N O T !!!! a good and wise leader. No wise leader would ever resort to lowly, disgusting action. His idiocy speaks it all.

Those stupid actions of his and his supporters are similar to extremists and Islamic militants that fight the "holy war" which to me is VERY VERY unholy.

Taking an innocent life because of difference in belief is NOT justifiable... It never will be.
To die a martyr of ones faith is noble; however no SIN or harm should be caused unto someone else. That is truly what a martyr is.

In this post, I do not support Israel in its conquest of Gaza City, or of any acts of invasion into any sovereign country. In fact, I condemn the attacks as this is not a 'civilian war' but of 2 regimes.

Therefore, I support any attempts to condemn the invasion, at the same time, I implore demonstrators to respect foreign flags. Why?? You yourself would not be happy if someone else burns your beloved national flag.

ShAuNnY BoY:P ~

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Baptism of the Lord - Year B

Today the Holy Roman Catholic Church commemorates the Sacrament of Baptism of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Homilies of a Jesuit priest is attached here.

ShAuNnY BoY:P ~

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Politics & my solidarity to those in Gaza


Firstly, local news


I'm kind of getting pissed off and tired of politicking that has been going on in Barisan Nasional (Federal Government of Malaysia) [which will be referred to BN in later text] and also the Opposition party (Pakatan Rakyat, PKR-DAP-PAS coalition).

While the BN's defeat in the March 8 election that caused the party to lose 4 states to the Opposition, was "humbled" for a little while, the finger pointing never stopped till this very day.
Nothing has changed in the political landscape as everyone points finger and everyone. Threatening and calling names, trying to point out the other party's mistakes and failures or weak points.

As a citizen, a youth, all I want is true development, mature thinking politicians, that are able to accept defeat and work for the better, not otherwise.

Of recent late, PAS fell back on their word to work for a "welfare state" and wants to work on their initial ideology; that is to implement the hudud and qisas law, which they claim is only applicable to Muslims. However, to implement this law, the requirement is that Malaysia has to become an Islamic state. That is the problem that we are facing today.

While the BN government is always referring to Malaysia as an "Islamic state", our constitution has always maintained that Malaysia is a secular state. DAP has always rejected hudud and the Federal Governments claim to Malaysia being an "Islamic state" as Karpal Singh claims that the Federal Court in 1988 has declared and confirmed that Malaysia is a secular state.

I don't know for sure if this is true, but I have not heard any politician rebut his statements and claims. And I have read before that even the Conference of Rulers and the past politicians have agreed upon Malaysia's conception that Malaysia is a secular state with Islam as its official religion.

While Karpal Singh is standing firm, other DAP leaders are not talking much about it. And what surprises me is that, when Pakatan Rakyat was formed, the initial agreement was that PAS drops its plan to make Malaysia and Islamic state. Now PKR leader, Anwar Ibrahim, is saying that PKR is not rejecting hudud.

This commotion has caused fracture and to me, it makes me lose confidence in the leadership of Anwar Ibrahim in the Pakatan Rakyat, as an Opposition leader. Anwar Ibrahim IS LIKE (I'm not claiming that he is; I'm not passing judgment) a two faced snake that talks what people want to hear at one place, and talks something else when he campaigns at another. I know for sure that many BN leaders are like that also.

I am not stating that I support one party to the other, and I'm not trying to imply anything. But I believe that it's good to have as many Opposition to ensure proper check and balance in the Parliment, and what the government is doing for its people.

While MCA, a component party(racially made up Chinese) of BN, rejects hudud as well, I think its STUPID of its leaders to challenge DAP to state its official stand on hudud as DAP has been voicing out all this while.

I just hope that God will intervene somehow and stop this politicizing of anything and everything.

A word to politicians.


Parliament ain't the place for playing a fool, kidding and talking nonsense, you idiotic hypocrites!!!


On an unrelated international news,

Israel and Palestine...

I just can ask God to intervene through international voices...

My thoughts go out to those suffering and have lost a lot in this very trying times.

May God comfort the families of Israel and Palestinians that have lost their loved ones.
And may God show you His light, to guide you.
May you never lose faith and fall.
May you continue to hope in God.
May God bring about peace.

My 2 candle lights as a sign of my solidarity with the people of Gaza.



happy birthday to TEDDY aka CHUN YIAN>

ShAuNnY BoY:P ~

Thursday, January 8, 2009

happy new year... sowie ~

first and foremost... HAPPY NEW YEAR

sowie to be late at wishing though

and a thousand more apologies for my absence from blogging...

having classes now and tonnes of work...

having viva later today...

I'm soooo screwed.. and its only my 4th day in class today.. lol

haiz ... viva ooo viva..kenapa anda mesti wujud ...

get back to u guys during the weekends least i have a lil bit more time then

a lil bit more only... ;p


ShAuNnY BoY:P ~