Tuesday, September 9, 2008

What's in a date?

Ahmad Ismail has warned us. Khir Fooking Toyo has also warned us. Do not push em otherwise another May13 may occur.

Fer fook's sake la, can't these arsewipes think of any other tactic besides the fooking RULE OF INTIMIDATION? The Mar8 results had indicated that the threat of May13 no longer has a spell over the majority of the electorate. It would seem that UMNO by letting the fooking prick Ahmad Ismail & that other botoxed fook face talk shite is hoping fer a FRESH reminder of race riots to keep the public in check. The spate of pro-UMNO smses making the rounds also have a similar tone asking Malays to NOT be colonialised by the Ah Peks & Machas.

Helloooooooooo? Do they not realise that this time around a HUGE number of Malays have VOTED OPPOSITION. Unlike the 1969 episode, it no longer a straight forward Malay v Chinese fight anymore. Are the UMNO trouble makers gonna fooking tikam Mat Serbans from PAS & Malay Keadilan members? Me thinks not.

However, one things fer sure, the politics of race is very much alive in Malaysia. Contrary to popular belief that Mar8 results was a rejection of race-based politics & policies, it merely showed that most were just fooking fed up with the fat cats running Barisan Najis.

Fer the Malays, most will still tell you that they believe in some sort of affirmative action. It is far too ingrained in the Malay psyche to expect them to have woken up overnite. They just no longer believe that UMNO are capable of safeguarding their rights effectively.

Me thinks that affirmative action is fine so long as the funds are properly distributed to the needy. Right now, all we have is filthy fooking rich UMNO bastards hoovering everything up fer themselves. From Ramadhan bazaar licenses to taxi permits, they want it all. Same goes fer the MIC & MCA et al. They had quite simply lost touch with the people who put them in power.

Interestingly enough, Raja Petra has said in his Malaysia Today site (http://mt.m2day.org/2008/content/view/12405/84/) that Anwar already has 34 letters of resignation from BN MPs. It is these MPs who have been shipped off to Taiwan in a belated effort to change their minds. He also argues that despite Najib's considerable influence in the armed forces, they will not support a declaration of martial law or state of emergency coz the Nine Rulers will oppose such a move (& lest we forget the Agong is the commander in chief of the armed forces). So let's hope the blue bloods will do the right thing here.

Also the Sep16 deadline has been moved forward to Sep20. Why? Coz the powers that be also shipped the Agong off on a "compulsory" umrah & His Majesty will be back at the latter date.

So if Raja Petra is to be believed, then we are looking at a new dawn come Sep20. In the meantime, me can only ask you to IGNORE the likes of Ahmad Ismail & Khir Fooking Toyo. Fook them & their politics of fear. More importantly, take the time to explain to yer BN-supporting friends that the return of The Mighty Tun into the Ku Li camp is a little too late.

Fer Fook's Sake eagerly awaits the arrival of Sep20. Fingers crossed & we'll have a peaceful transition of power on that date.

ps: Some of you (eg senorita) may have noticed that there was a previous article here with Ahmad Ismail as Hitler video posted. However, when me logged on to rectify a problem with the link to Raja Petra's posting, it just fooking disappeared. Sorry. Anyways, after a little thought, me decided to change tact.

pps: As fer Ahmad Ismail's claim that the Chinese are like American Jews. Sorry la brudder, them Yank Jews have astounding taste in music (Fer proof see the Chess & Atlantic Records labels which were founded by Jews. These guys were instrumental in recording many Blues legends). You CANNOT say the same about local Ah Peks la (Bernard & Albertus aside), most have ATROCIOUS taste in music. So there . . .


Achilles said...

AD: Very interesting read on Malaysia Today. Also, the turn of events is more exciting than any soap opera i know. i can't wait for Sept 20... only one thought... why publicize the Sept 20 date? This way these fooks in taiwan might extend their trip? Just being paranoid i think.

Another May 13? I dunno... like raja petra said... things are very different now compared to 1969. But i still know many (malays & non Malays) who are still die hard BN supporters. Not because the love BN, but simply because they are simpletons who believe every damn thing they read in the paper.. which paints DSAI as fooking sodomizing villain and barisan najis as the saviors of the nation.

Bringing back the mighty Tun into UMNO??? wow... that will be scary.

BTW, if racial riots happen, me and you will be fooked-lah. since we chindian and look like malay, we might accidentally get beaten up for the wrong reasons by the wrong people. hehehehee

anfield devotee said...

achilles: Race riots? Just make sure you pack a water pistol or two filled with oink blood.

Yup, the Mighty Tun has rejoined UMNO to back his one time nemesis Ku Li. What a fooking joke!

As fer simpletons, well . . . what to do. After decades of being brain washed, you would expect some retardation among some sections of society.

What is even more galling is the cases me cited of INTELLIGENT people who CANNA be bothered to do something during this critical juncture of our nation's history.

Sad . .. truly fooking sad.

senorita.. said...

M must be having nitemares.. of DSAI forming a new gov.

"Only in Malaysia can the courts make up the rules as they go along and move the goalposts halfway through the game whenever they feel they are losing the plot." - damn, makes Malaysians sound like barbarians. i must admit, not all.. just some.

Tinesh said...

Samak just got his ass kicked outta the government because he hosted a tv show which is privately owned.

Malaysia should take fucking cues from Thailand in making laws like that.

Why isnt this Ahmad fler, suspended or sacked? When Sothinathan broke ranks, the fler was suspended what. And since Ahmad also went against the PM and DPM, therefore he should get suspended. lan jiao

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

what pisses me and some of me malay buddies is these fuckers had the cheek to think malay exclusively belong to their party. i can foresee la talking to people like ahmad and he'll give all the 'we have to defend our land' and all the shites. they should realise by now many malays have abandoned ship for a 'greener' PASture. racism is alive and kicking only in ameno, and thats a known fact.

do you think PAS will dig another possible may13? i doubt la. if the ameno malays wants to slug it out, go ahead, but dont drag PAS malays into the mud together la. Islam is all for peace.

anfield devotee said...

senorita: Sorry to say the BN govt has been moving the fooking goalposts around fer the last 25 years; especially duing the Mahathir era.

And we, the rakyat, are to BLAME fer we not only said or did NOTHING, we VOTED them in year after year despite the abuses.

tinesh: In this country, you can even get away with murder if you know the right people . . . nevermind laws on conflict of interest.

kerp: Yup, correcto. But as you can see that is exactly the tactic UMNO is employing. And it is worrying a lot of people. After all, you don't expect these bastards to give up power wothout a fight. There's BILLIONS of Ringgit at stake!

However, me really hopes this time the rulers will stand up & be counted instead of being the door mat that they have been reduced to in previous years.

Me is no royalist, so this is the time fer em to step up & show they are Rulers of ALL Malaysians & not just the Malays. They gotta make sure the armed forces don't suddenly get funny ideas & begin to learn French words like coup d'tat . . .

Life's Like That said...

Most of what I want to say has already been mentioned by others.

AD : You big bellied beer guzzler! My taste in music atrocious??? That's my thots on your taste! Don start a mini war here lest you wan me to kick your ass in our next thani session!

anfield devotee said...

LLT: To quote the Right Honourable Ahmad Ismail, "I am merely stating the facts of history . . ."

Hee hee

j or ji said...

they will do anything to save their arses.
we will do anything possible to stop em!

Achilles said...

AD: Oink blood plan sounds good. hehehehehee

Has the tun already joined back? Me thought they were just planning to get him back. if he does come back, it could spell trouble for DSAI.

Can't wait to see how this tale unfolds... will be interesting to watch.

anfield devotee said...

j or ji: Desperate times indeed fer UMNO . . .

achilles: Tun's return might just turn out to be the spanner in the works. But his application to return hasn't been approved yet & if Badahwi wants to have any chance of survival in UMNO, he has to make sure Tun's application to return is rejected.

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senorita.. said...

i got this in my email:

Pls distribute this message."

anfield devotee said...

senorita: Tq fer the info. Am quite sure these fook face owns more than just the one measly petrol station.

Lim Kit Siang in his blog asked how dare this fook face whose grand parents came from India question certain Chinese who have been here fer SEVEN generations!!?!

Siapa pendatang?

Azer Mantessa said...

i am not much into 916 or 920 but i am into whatever those dates beyond. to tear them down pieces by pieces sure will hurt them more and sweeter :-)

malaysians overall are the coolest people on earth as seen on march 8th. i dun think the recists can have great impact on the coolest people :-)

shud they try harder, the next thing the coolest people shud do is to nutralize them harder by being even cooler. in the end, the joke is always on them ... hahaha

the joke on umno has started way back by p ramlee ... watch pendekar bujang lapok ... alif mim nun wau ... alif tendang mim = sarkis ... hahahaha

btw alif - U, mim = M, nun = N and wau = O ... hahaha

Mohan said...

AD Dude: what do you think of this??
Tuesday, September 09, 2008
Who does Ahmad Ismail of Bukit Bendera act for? Who gains from his acts?
Readers will see from the articles below that Ahmad Ismail appears to be both an Anwar and Badawi loyalist. Might be stirring tensions in Penang so as to bring to a conclusion a shared, or common agenda?

As reported in The Edge Financial Daily , 10 September 2008:
Wanita Gerakan has urged Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to sack Bukit Bendera Umno division chief Datuk Ahmad Ismail and detain him under the Internal Security Act (ISA).
The result of non-action by the prime minister could lead to Wanita Gerakan urging the party’s leadership to leave the ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition, Wanita Gerakan chief Datuk Tan Lian Hoe told reporters at Gerakan’s headquarters in Cheras here yesterday.
“We are very angry at the irresponsible act of Datuk Ahmad Ismail, who tore the portrait of Gerakan acting president Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon in front of the media yesterday afternoon in Penang,” she said.
Showing a portrait of Abdullah, Tan questioned: “How would Umno members feel if a member of the component party in BN tore the picture of Umno’s president?
“Surely, Umno members would feel angry and go berserk. This is how we feel right now,” Tan added.
Ahmad incurred the wrath of the Chinese community by referring to them as “pendatang” and, therefore were squatting in the country at a ceramah during the recent Permatang Pauh by-election. He also blamed Gerakan and its loss of support among the Chinese community as the reason for BN’s dismal showing in Penang.

Ahamd Ismail's history:

A) The crowd of supporters at sacked deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's residence came alive tonight when his wife, Datin Seri Dr Wan Azizah Ismail, took centre-stage to thank them for their support.
Another speaker was Senator Datuk Ahmad Ismail of Umno Bukit Bendera who said the division fully supports Anwar. Anwar, who addressed the crowd about 10pm, said he was touched by their support
(Anwar's wife thanks gathering for support.
By Toh An Nee
270 words
15 September 1998
The Sun)

B) The Umno Bukit Bendera division, which held a special meeting yesterday, decided to ask that Anwar be given a fair trial in defending himself against the allegations.
"As stated by Dr Mahathir before, we should not pronounce someone guilty until the courts have stated so.
"Anwar should be given a chance to explain his side to the people so that peace can be preserved in the country," the division said in a Press statement today.
The statement was signed by Bukit Bendera division chief Senator Datuk Ahmad Ismail, his deputy Azmi @ Iskandar S.H.O. Merican, its Youth wing leader Mohd Ismail Mohd Othman, deputy Youth chief Ismadi Abu Bakar, assistant secretary Syed Abdul Kadir Aidid, deputy Youth treasurer Azhar Ahmad and the division's Youth information chief Yahaya Ibrahim.
Other signatories were Bukit Bendera Wanita chief Haslinda Mohd Hashim and her deputy Asnah Hussain.
The division said it supported Dr Mahathir as Umno president and Prime Minister.
"We also support Anwar as both are personalities and leaders who are hard to replace," they added.
(All 11 Youth divisions in Penang back Dr Mahathir
9 September 1998
The New Straits Times)

C) The tour kicked off Saturday afternoon at Datuk Seri Anwar's birthplace of Cherok Tok Kun, in the northern Malaysian state of Penang, where more than 8,000 people swarmed the whitewashed wooden house of Datuk Seri Anwar's father. The crowds spilled onto the narrow village roads and into neighbors' gardens in the usually quiet village of wooden huts and coconut trees.
He was joined on stage by several local officials of the United Malays National Organization, the ruling party headed by Dr. Mahathir. "We support Dr. Mahathir," said Ahmad Ismail, an UMNO division chief from Penang island, part of the state of Penang. "But sometimes, even he makes mistakes."
(Malay Crowds Flock to Anwar In Heartland
By Chen May Yee
Staff Reporter
1174 words
14 September 1998
The Asian Wall Street Journal)

D)The state Umno's recent meeting which endorsed the supreme council's decision to expel former deputy party president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was held in proper manner.
Its deputy liaison committee chairman Datuk Mohd Shariff Omar, in saying this, dismissed Bukit Bendera division chief Datuk Ahmad Ismail's claims that the meeting was not properly held and therefore the decision taken by the nine division leaders present was null and void.
(Meeting on expulsion was proper - Penang Umno. 14 September 1998,The Sun)

E)THE hottest topic at the Umno General Assembly yesterday was the posting of a list of recipients of special shares and Finance Ministry projects allocated during Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's tenure as Finance Minister.

Highway and outer ring-road in Penang to Metroworks Construction Sdn
Bhd. Major shareholders: Datuk Ahmad Ismail, Datuk Annuar Othman and Datuk
Ahmad Fuad Mohd Ali

F) Datuk Ahmad Saad, Datuk Ahmad Ismail and other Penang politicians closely allied with Anwar attended a dinner at Datuk Abdullah's house on Saturday night.
Datuk Ahmad Saad, the acting divisional chief in Anwar's former constituency, said that the former No 2 should have refrained from attacking the party, and put his own interests on the backburner.
"When Pak Lah was dropped from the Cabinet in the 80s, he did not attack the government or anybody. He just kept quiet," he said, referring to the current Deputy Premier.
(Anwar made me raise crony issue, says ex-ally.
583 words
21 June 1999
Straits Time)

G)Umno's leadership will decide the fate of Datuk Ahmad Ismail, who was ordered to relinquish his post as a Penang island municipal councillor because he was bankrupt.
Penang Umno liaison committee secretary Datuk Azhar Ibrahim said it would leave it to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who is the committee chairman, to decide.
He said the matter would be discussed when Abdullah returned from his overseas trip.
It was reported yesterday that Ahmad, who is also a director of a firm linked to the Penang Outer Ring Road, had to relinquish his councillor's position as he was a bankrupt.
(Abdullah to decide Ahmad's fate
139 words
24 May 2006
New Straits Times)

H) Umno Bukit Bendera division chief Datuk Ahmad Ismail is adamant that he will not relinquish any of his posts.
Ahmad, who was declared a bankrupt, had been ordered to give up his Penang Island Municipal Council position and his Umno post.
He said he had obtained a stay of execution order from the High Court and lashed out at Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon for rushing to announce that he had been stripped of his councillor's post.
"I don't know why a small fry like me has been given such widespread publicity.
"I was declared a bankrupt because of a technicality and I have sorted it out.
"All this could have been avoided if the Chief Minister had checked his facts first," he said
(Defiant Ahmad refuses to quit
477 words
26 May 2006
New Straits Times)

I) Bukit Bendera Umno Chief Datuk Ahmad Ismail is not bankrupt and will continue back as a member of the Pulau Pinang Town Council (MPPP).
Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon today said that he had received a letter from the Insolvency Department confirming that Ahmad was not bankrupt.
Yesterday, Ahmad had described the actions of the state government and the MPPP in terminating him from his post of a member of MPPP as being hasty and unreasonable.
186 words
26 May 2006
Bernama Daily Malaysian News)

J)Bukit Bendera Umno Branch chief Datuk Ahmad Ismail will keep his job of councillor in the Penang Island Municipal Council (MPPP).
Ahmad cleared his name today when the Penang High Court nullified a lower court ruling declaring him a bankrupt.
A jubilant Ahmad said he has received a letter from the state government confirming that he will be retained as MPPP councillor.
He said he was a "victim of circumstances". He acted as a guarantor for a RM1.8-million loan taken by a private company which had defaulted on the repayment.
"I thank Allah that it's all over now. I have cleared my name and now I am looking forward to serving the people of Bukit Bendera (and the MPPP)," he said.
136 words
27 June 2006
Bernama Daily Malaysian News)

K)Bukit Bendera Umno division head Datuk Ahmad Ismail claimed that Koh and Chia did not honour their election promises, which included introducing a programme to eradicate poverty and inculcating entrepreneurship among the Malays in the city.
Describing the Malays in Penang as the victimised minority, he asked Koh and Chia to fulfill the pledges they made and asked them to hold discussions with Umno leaders to work out the programme for the Malays.
264 words
27 August 2006
Bernama Daily Malaysian News)
posted by ganesh sahathevan @ 10:28

Now tell me why people like me are justified not to trust politicians.
BTW, Apologies for the late posting.