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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Free Wireless for All Penangite

Penang took a modest step to realise almost the same dream at near-zero cost... Wireless@PENANG.

Component One of the Wireless@PENANG project is Penang Free WiFi, running on IEEE 802.11, that targets the community at large, including the lesser served areas and lower income group.

The initial spread of service coverage areas:
  1. The initiative is 100% private sector-driven, with nearly no cost put in by the state government.
  2. Equal opportunity: There are no rights to exclusivity in order to promote healthy competition.
  3. All qualified and recognised industry players with good track records are welcome to participate as partners in the Wireless@PENANG project.
Next Thursday, Penang will preview of Component Two: WiMAX@PENANG, the Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access platform that runs on IEEE 802.16.

The first Wireless@PENANG will start at Queensbay Mall and the service should be available within the next four weeks.

This will be followed by the areas located in Macalister Road, Burma Road, Gurney Plaza and Gurney Drive, Bukit Jambul Complex, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Butterworth and then Tanjung Bungah.

The connection speed offered is at an average of 10 Mbps, depending on the specification of the notebooks, the speed can vary.

Thanks for Penang's government!!!! A dynamic Penang is not a dream after all! It's a reality soon ^^

They are freed!

Teresa Kok and Syed Azidi Syed Aziz are freed from ISA! Thanks to the support from all Malaysian... United Malaysian... is a dream come true for me!

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Another Blogger Detained Under ISA

Police on Wednesday arrested blogger Syed Azidi Syed Aziz, better known as Sheih Kickdefella.

Syed Azidi’s wife Bariah Ishak said her husband was picked up from their house in Demit, here at 5.05pm.

The total of Malaysian detained under ISA for the Operasi Lalang ver2 is 3 nos. This figure will increase in the days to come... and the next most probably will be Anwar Ibrahim...'He has become a threat to the economy and possibly (national) security,' warned Abdullah

Please free all who are still detained under ISA!

SAPP Pulls Out of BN

Press statement by SAPP President Datuk Yong Teck Lee after the SAPP Supreme Council Meeting at Party HQ, Kota Kinabalu on September 17, 2008 (4:30 pm)

1. The BN has lost its "BN spirit". It was not that the people who did not want the BN, it was the BN who abandoned the people. In spite of repeated appeals from some BN members to other BN leaders to be more sensitive to the peoples' feelings, these leaders continue to treat the people with contempt. Perhaps, after 50 years of uninterrupted government, some BN leaders have got it in their heads that they have a divine right to rule.

2. On March 8, the people had spoken out loud and clear. The BN paid a heavy price. But yet the BN refuses to learn. The ruthless increase in fuel prices on June 4 and the failure to tackle inflation and economic slowdown have dealt a severe blow to ordinary people. The recent blatant abuse of the ISA against an innocent journalist, an MP and a blogger only confirms that the BN leadership has not learned from their mistakes. The shameful Taiwan trip by 49 BN MPs and the instigation of racial animosities have aggravated the collapse of confidence among the people and leaders, not only on the PM but the BN as well. The PM's budget 2009 was totally uninspiring and has already been discredited even before it was debated in Parliament. The BN has lost its moral authority to rule. Numerical majority in Parliament means little if the people no longer respect you.

3. Minister Datuk Zaid Ibrahim's resignation only confirms what many lawyers already knew that is that the Prime Minister and his government has never had the intention to reform the judiciary. Datuk Zaid's exposure about "the BN government being paralysed by internal strife and divisions" has also been known to many people in the BN. In many other countries, such paralysis of government will lead to fresh general elections.

4. The PM himself appeared drifting, not knowing what has been happening around him. SAPP has nothing personal against the PM and family. None of the matters raised by SAPP concerns his person, his family, son, daughter, son-in-law or businesses. SAPP is only concerned about the issues affecting the country such as the need for good governance, the dangers of racial polarization and injustice of economic imbalances to be tackled effectively.

5. SAPP hereby proudly dissociates ourselves from these shameful wrong doings of the BN government. SAPP further believes that the BN is not capable of practicing good governance and non-racial politics; that BN has no intention in granting autonomy to Sabah, returning 20% of oil royalties and Labuan to Sabah, implement Borneonisation, review unfair federal laws and departments in Sabah, solve the illegal immigrants problems and remove social and economic imbalances. The BN leadership even refused to recognize historical facts by denying September 16 as Malaysia Day, 45 years.

6. SAPP had only wanted to see that the legitimate rights of Sabah and the unfairness suffered by Malaysians in Sabah be given due attention with results. The BN must realize that, if not for Sabah and Sarawak, BN would be in the opposition today. But instead of sincerely working to solve the issues raised by SAPP, the BN has chosen to embark on a course of action to destroy SAPP. The SAPP Supreme Council hereby condemns the attempts of BN operatives to destroy SAPP through divide and rule tactics and by abusing the economic resources of the BN State and Federal Governments aimed at instigating SAPP members and leaders to destroy SAPP.

7. As a matter of fact, by deliberately excluding SAPP from four consecutive meetings of the Dewan Tertinggi and two meetings of the Management Committee ever since the announcement of no confidence on the Prime Minister on June 18, the BN has effectively terminated the membership of SAPP. The SAPP Supreme Council hereby declares that SAPP is no longer a member of the Barisan Nasional coalition of parties.

8. SAPP is now free from the BN. SAPP shall henceforth use this freedom to pursue our autonomous political path to fulfill our mission to establish a trustworthy government and a progressive, just and harmonious society. We are no longer subservient to BN. We now have the master key to our own house. We shall build a brighter future for our people and the younger generations to come.

9. SAPP members who hold political appointments in the executive branch of Government shall relinquish their posts by giving the due notice under the constitution and relevant rules and regulations, starting at the Cabinet level.

10. With our experienced MPs, ADUNs and other party colleagues, SAPP shall provide quality opposition in and outside the Parliament and State Legislative Assembly until the time comes when SAPP is ready to be back in government.

11. I call on our members to be brave. Do not despair. Remember that one of our party culture seven values is Resilience. From the day we join the party, we knew that things can get very rough for us. Yes, together we shall overcome this difficult period because the people are with us. With the strong encouragement and support of the people, SAPP will succeed in our struggle.

12. In view of the current fasting month of Ramadhan, SAPP shall only embark on a series of political activities two weeks after Hari Raya. We shall plan a road map to victory in future elections. We shall elaborate how we plan to achieve the eight-points declaration, namely:

(i) Good governance and non-racial politics,
(ii) Autonomy for Sabah,
(iii) 20% oil royalties,
(iv) Return of Labuan,
(v) Review of unfair laws and detrimental departments,
(vi) Borneonisation of the federal civil service,
(vii) Solution to the illegal immigrants issue, and
(viii) Redress economic and social imbalances.

Issued by SAPP HQ.

Is this the 1st step as planned by Anwar? Much more in the days to come!

Friday, September 12, 2008

What Next?

1.) Blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin was arrested under Section 73(1) of the ISA for allegedly being a threat to security, peace and public order.
2.) The government has asked Sin Chew Daily, The Sun and Suara Keadilan to show cause over their news coverage on a number of political issues.
3.) PKR is determined to send a team to Taiwan although the Barisan backbenchers' trip is officially slated to end tomorrow, setting the stage for a potential showdown.
4.) Sin Chew Daily journalist Tan Hoon Cheng has been arrested today under the Internal Security Act at 8.30pm at her home in Bukit Mertajam, Penang.
5.) DAP leader Teresa Kok has also been detained under the Internal Security Act - the third person to be detained without trial today.

Why Datuk Ahmad Ismail still free like a bird? Nowadays, too many why in Malaysian mind..

What else? 916? 917? 918? I'm scare... What will happen to Malaysia after that? A lot of uncertainty...

Will go to Tesco tomorrow and shop for some necessary goods and relief my tension ^^ Hope everyone will do the same too :)

Hmm... since I'm a askar wartaniah before, don't know my service will be needed in the near future ;-)

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Crude Oil Price... Down Down Down...

International crude oil price have dropped to US$106.33 per barrel today... Hope it will go down further for the coming weeks! Be prepared for this month end petrol price reduction!

Monday, September 01, 2008

My Prepared Dishes...

Since my mom is so busy for shopping until no time to prepared to9 dinner... It's time for me to show off my cooking skill ^^ I have cooked 3 dishes: yellow beam with fried egg in tomato sauce, fried cabbage and fried hot dog... 3 simple but nutritious foods! Not bad right? I can cook 1 :) Just need some practice... Yellow bean with fried egg in tomato sauce is my favorite... Oh ya, i can cook my another favorite dish... fried pork with old ginger and soya sauce.... Hmmmm.... Yummy.... I will show it next time when I cook it!!

Leona Lewis - Bleeding Love

Now playing: Leona Lewis - Bleeding Love
via FoxyTunes

He Didin't Mean It...

As the statement given out by Datuk Ahmad Ismail, all Chinese is "penumpang", our PM, Pak Lah, said he didn't mean it. Then who really meant it??

Is it all Malaysian Chinese want to "cari pasal" (looking of trouble)? If anyone in Malaysia can release this type of racial comment... can the Chinese and Indians mention about the special status of Bumiputera in Malaysia? The answer is you can't and the ISA (Internal Security Acts) will wait for you! What made Pak Lah think that he don't meant it?

UMNO is a party who like to use all the racial sentiment to seek support from the people.... It's not the 1st time they use all kind of racial sentiment to attack the Chinese community and what happen next? Although the BN's party member like MCA and Gerakan will make some noise in the early stage but will gradually became quiet... and all the radicals UMNO member like Datuk Ahmad Shah will escape from any punishment! That Malaysia under the arrogant government leads by UMNO!

We don’t want apologize, we want action from government! Please punish him! We Malaysian Chinese need to react strongly on any statement which are not equal to us... we should not be quiet all the time and keep attack by the irresponsible acts and speeches by UMNO members. Pak Lah please warn ur fellow members, if the 308 GE didn’t meant anything to you, then you please keep sleeping in your office... Malaysia doesn’t need you!

We want and equal and peaceful Malaysia .........................................please!!!!!!!!!