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Crime Index NKRA rate goes down, yet we all feel less safe. The country is full of crime, especially corruption, but no criminals are caught or jailed. How do we tell the government that we all feel unsafe? How do we include the ”Guarded community index ” into the NKRA?

Ayooh, but this is Malaysia. Malaysia apa pun boleh.


Perkasa has taken the ridiculous stand that Hamim is not wrong with what he said as it was said during a “private closed-door function”.

Malaysians can ignore Perkasa but they are entitled to know whether it is acceptable and permissible if any of the UMNO Ministers had made the same remarks about “Si Mata Sepet” and “Si Botol” against the Chinese and Indian communities in private Umno or even private government functions?


Moral of story:

Polis cannot charge you for any activities that is classified as “private closed-door function”.


Those photos are marvellous, aren’t they? I did a lot of caving in the UK and a bit overseas before I moved to Malaysia. While you’re in the cave you can’t see what the photos show. That lamp on the front of your helmet is usually just enough to make a dim spot a few metres in front of you. If you have thick curtains in your bedroom (to keep out streetlights) you can get a similar effect by turning out all your lights at night and shining your mobile phone screen at your feet from about knee height. That’s… Read more »

Samuel Koh

Gerakan adviser and former president Tun Dr Lim Keng Yaik will write in and resign as the party adviser on Wednesday. He said he was disappointed with the way president Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon handled the conflicts in the party. “He is someone who hates getting involved in solving conflicts for fear of offending people,” he told reporters at a press conference on Wawasan Open University’s inaugural convocation here Monday. He said Dr Koh’s attitude of speaking no evil and burying his head in the sand had brought about many problems in the party. Gerakan K and Anil… Read more »


The last rites for Gerakan have started to be performed by no lesser person that its former president Tun Dr Lim Keng Yaik, who has announced that he is quitting as the party advisor due to the lack of confidence in current party chief Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon.

The outspoken maverick Keng Yaik said he would be resigning as the party advisor because of disappointment over the politically infirm Tsu Koon’s tendency to “bury his head in the sand.”