Saturday, January 15, 2011

Dah Kenyang Sarat Buncit Pun

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Tauke tempe

Katil amah Khir Toyo

Katil amah Rais

Lantoi.. lancheow.. main pulang-pulang..

Kalau betul2 nak main pulang-memulang, pulangkan balik tambang pegi Disneyland satu keluarga ramai2, siap bawak amah!

Pulangkan tambang bini pergi Astralia ten
gok anak..

Untung si amah Khir Toyo..thee he he…

Pergi Disney free, tak kena raba, tak kena cabul, tak kena rogol..thee he he…

Apsal la si Robengah tak apply kerja dgn Khir Toyo? thee he he…

Kan selamat?? KAH KAH KAH! KAH KAH KAH!

Panggil Saya Dr Khir Toyo.

Bekas menteri besar Selangor Dr Mohd Khir Toyo telah memulangkan sementara darjah kebesaran Selangor yang membawa gelaran Dato' Seri.

Katanya, beliau telah telah menghantar surat kepada Sultan Selangor bagi memulangkan sementara pingat darjah kebesaran Selangor Seri Paduka Mahkota Selangor (SPMS).

"Surat tersebut dibuat berikutan kejadian saya didakwa di Mahkamah Sesyen Shah Alam beberapa hari sebelumnya atas tuduhan salah guna kuasa," tulis Dr Mohd Khir dalam blognya hari ini. SINI

Sex and MORE Sex Please, We’re BN politicians

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Katil amah

Written by  Mariam Mokhtar, Malaysia Chronicle

This is it. The retaliation.

The Information, Communications and Culture minister, Rais Yatim, is exacting his revenge on those who dared highlight the alleged rape of an Indonesian maid, by a minister in the Malaysian cabinet.

In order to stop it from looking like his own personal vendetta, Rais has enlisted the help of the Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein and also the Minister of the Prime minister’s Department Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz.

The three will be finalising the guidelines that will define “online sedition”, which critics say is an overt attempt at cyberspace censorship.

There are possibly two reasons for this new set of laws. First. They want to get this law in place so they can close down the news portals which disseminate the Pakatan Rakyat message, in the run-up to the general election. Second. It is to stop readers from finding out about the sexual shenanigans of our highly sexed BN politicians.

These laws are going to be passed because BN leaders are unable to control the sexual urges of party members. Well, it does not help if the senior members are themselves responsible for outraging the modesties of a string of girls. The BN politicians are also getting careless, arrogant and more daring. Last week, it was about a rape allegation. This week, there is an alleged sexual assault by an MCA man.

In fact, they don’t care about maintaining propriety; they just need to sate their lust.

The general election is around the corner. It simply would not do to have the rakyat reading about rapes, gropings, affairs, bottom pinching, frottage, dogging and other indecent acts.

If these members will not behave, then the next best thing is to censor the papers. That way, no one is any the wiser and people can continue to think that their BN politicians are good as gold.

According to Hishammuddin, six existing laws will be incorporated into the guidelines - the Penal Code, Sedition Act 1948, Film Censorship Act 2001, Printing and Printing Publishes Act 1984, Multimedia and Communications Act 1998 and the Internal Security Act 1960.

He said, “Offences will be charged under these six laws”.

It remains to be seen if these laws will be properly enforced or if, as has been the case, they will be selectively enforced. For instance, Utusan happily spews out racist venom and is not cautioned, but Zunar’s cartoons are banned.

Nevertheless, Hishammuddin believes that his new guidelines will “… consider the interests of others in this multiracial country” and that they are necessary to “protect the rakyat”.

We see different. All these guidelines are a ruse to control the internet which currently exposes the wrongdoings of our politicians and is just another nail in the coffin of democracy. Do the authorities seriously think that they can gag the public that easily? Do Hishammuddin and Rais think that these errant politicians can hide their crimes?

In the book, “Small Acts of Resistance – How Courage, Tenacity and Ingenuity Can Change the World” by Steve Crawshaw and John Jackson, there are some passages that are devoted to censorship in authoritarian countries.

An author publishes a piece of work that the government disapproves. The publisher and author are fined and/or jailed; however, this form of punishment by the authorities will not work if people support each other and defy the authorities.

When Yasar Kemal, a distinguished Turkish writer was jailed for an article he wrote, he was charged under the anti-terrorism laws. However, the Turkish authorities could not cope with the deluge of articles that were collectively written and jointly published by hundreds of people.

The prosecutor tried to open a trial against 185 prominent intellectuals but dropped the charges as it was too cumbersome and politically embarrassing.

Perhaps that is the method Malaysians will have to adopt when the time comes. Together we can beat the corrupt system.

When READING Can Be Life-threatening.

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The Huffington Post

Reading this article may be shortening your life.

A new study suggests that spending four or more hours per day in front of a screen is not only bad for your health, but may be life-threatening.

According to the report in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) the risk of heart attack and stroke for those that spend over the allotted four hours in front of a screen (TV or computer monitor) increased by 113 percent and the risk of death by any cause increased by almost 50 percent. Those numbers are as compared to people who spend less than two hours in front of a screen.

The findings come from a survey of 4,500 Scottish adults, who were analyzed based on their medical records after being asked how much TV they watch, according to ABC News.

But it seems the problem may actually come from sitting, not simply looking at a screen.
From ABC News:
"Assuming that leisure-time screen time is a representative indicator of overall sitting, our results lend support to the idea that prolonged sitting is linked to an increased risk for cardiovascular disease and premature mortality," notes the report's lead author, Emmanuel Stamatakis of the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at University College in London. "Doing some exercise every day may not compensate for the damage done during very long periods of screen time."
In any case, the study shows that despite regular exercise and a decent diet, many people still remain at risk for catastrophic health problems, due to prolonged periods of inactivity. The inactivity caused by sitting burns so few calories, that simply standing and moving around can double your metabolic rate.

Turtle With Wheels

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Tzvika the turtle recently received a new set of wheels to help her walk.

According to MSNBC, she was brought into Israel's Wildlife Hospital in the Ramat Gan Safari, near Tel Aviv, because she had been run over by a lawnmower. She sustained fractures in her shell that became infected.

Over time, she became immobile and had difficulty eating. She had been dragging herself around, which made it more likely that her back legs could become injured or that the back of her shell could fracture further and get contaminated.

Because of this, the veterinarians gave her a set of wheels. The turtle liked them so much that the prototype had to be replaced with a stronger set.