Your mission: Do the impossible


Are progressive reforms – real change – and social justice possible in Malaysia? Who says ‘No’? Your mission: Achieve the impossible.

That’s Korean acoustic fingerstyle guitarist Sungha Jung.

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24 Sep 2010 10.07am

I tell u what is impossible. Its impossible for BN to change!

Gerakan K
Gerakan K
23 Sep 2010 2.27am

OMG !!!

LGE did the impossible for all Penangites !!!

Penang State coffer under much constraint after free money activities (eg RM100 for elderly & RM400 Aidilfitri bonus for Penang civil servants). Water surcharge for all of us !!!

How come Selangorians get free water and we, the Penangites are required to pay more ???

Robbing Peter To Pay Paul ??? !!!

We want change in next GE !!! Remove DAP in Penang !!!

tan, tanjong bungah
tan, tanjong bungah
23 Sep 2010 12.28pm
Reply to  Gerakan K

Hi Gerakan K, Are you so obssessed with running-down LGE and the State Govt that you didn’t even for a moment pause to think about the merits of water surcharge to curb excessive and unnecessary usage of TREATED water, a ‘finite’ commodity? When the ‘runaway-usage of water’ reaches a stage whereby more dams need to be built, it’d be too late, expensive (in terms of financial and environment costs) and irresponsible of the State Govt to THEN initiate remedial moves!! Are you suggesting that the State Govt be irresponsible by sitting-tight and silent on wastage of treated water? Aren’t you… Read more »

23 Sep 2010 5.03pm
Reply to  Gerakan K

Gerakan K

I must lecture you for being an ignorant chap. Water surcharge is to penalise those who waste water excessively. We must conserve water.

Maybe Gerakan fellows are worried because they are rich fellows with big swimming pool in their houses(?)

22 Sep 2010 9.24pm

Just when you guys are wondering how to play a guitar, Haris Ibrahim, a Muslim, has posted 2 more articles regarding the destruction of Orang Asli churches, in addition to the first one he posted days ago ! Here is article #2 – 2nd Orang Asli church in Kelantan faces demolition. Article #3 – CCM youth finally open their mouth, after months (years) of silence. You so-called “Christians” can go ahead and wonder about how to play a guitar while a Muslim is doing a better job in protecting the rights of the Christians in Malaysia. You guys… Read more »

22 Sep 2010 8.45pm

Can we get Idris, Najib and Mahathiir to hit the road?

Someone should show Idris a blowpipe!

22 Sep 2010 4.01pm

I tried to relearn to play the ukulele with four strings…it is almost like a mission impossible!!
She plays the guitar wonderfully well…great talent.

22 Sep 2010 3.47pm

The 10th Malaysian Plan has evolved into the following:
Government Transformation Plan (GTP-with 6 National Key Result Areas (NKRAs)),
Economic Transformation Plan (ETP- with the New Economic Model goals of High Income,
Inclusiveness and Sustainability by having 8 Strategic Reform Initiatives (SRIs) and 11 National Key Economic Areas (NKEAs))

This is Najib’s Mission Impossible.