Friday, July 18, 2008


Looks like NINI &ASMAWI only deserve posters funded by the rakyat who cares.

This morning again the bald one got front-page billings in NST and still talking a lot of cock. Take my word for it, dont spoil your day reading his vomit.

Some people still dont know when to ZIP.....maybe it is Pak Lah's way to giving him sufficient slack to hang what he gave ZAM. PM is a smooth operator if you have not surmised.
There is sufficient RAGE circulating......Tehsin who comes into this blog as Me....Only Better ask me to promote this letter by MOAZ. and I feel BLOGGERS WHO CARE could do the same....,spread it around in your blog-posting......a little road-block of our own.. .....Moaz Yusuf's email to Tehsin follows::

Roadblocks again - Let Our Buses Go!

Moaz has been writing so patiently for a while now on the transportation woes in Malaysia and has given numerous suggestions and proposed solutions and even written reports for the government to NO AVAIL..and no, no one is paying him to do it..commented Tehsin.)

The recent roadblocks on major streets and highways in the Kuala Lumpur area may have their justification (whatever it may be) but they are not good for the economy or the rakyat. The Malaysian economy has collectively lost thousands if not milllions of Ringgit due to lost productivity. People have arrived late for work or for important meetings. Some people who were taking the CLP Exam arrived late for their exam, effectively delaying their legal careers. Thousands of person-hours were lost to the delays and thousands of ringgit worth of precious petrol and diesel were wasted.

Many of these people who were delayed not only faced inconvenience but also serious economic loss. A large portion of the Klang Valley lives (perhaps survives would be the better word) on salaries of less than RM3000/month and in many cases, these people are living from paycheque to paycheque. It has been observed that since the petrol price increase, there has been a decrease in consumer demand especially at the end of the month, as people run out of money to spend. With the persistent rise in the cost of living, these people cannot risk losing pay for being late, or even worse, losing their jobs.

The government must consider the needs of the rakyat before they let these activities happen. The people do not need the additional burden.

One group of people that the government could help would be the public transport users. As it is assumed that public transport users are from the "lower-income group" it may also be assumed that these people are the most at risk from the roadblocks, and thus, deserve to be given some respite from these roadblocks.

So I again ask the police to use the red and white construction dividers to create bus lanes which would allow buses to move up ahead and allow buses to bypass the roadblocks. It is unfair for the drivers, but one bus carrying 40-60 people should be able to move forward. And perhaps the sight of buses driving smoothly past the traffic jam would encourage more people to use public transportation.

It is said that the prophet Musa (Moses) appealed to the Pharoah of Egypt to "Let my people go!" I have no intention of making a comparison, but I would like to appeal to the government and the police to "Let the buses go!"


Moaz Yusuf Ahmad
Subang Jaya, Selangor

Tehsin who is on my blogroll as Tehsin.....Always Better added this after she posted this request:
(Moaz is always so polite..I am not...I wrote this before I got his e-mail above...)

I thought I was the only one seething with rage. I found a partner in Tehsin.....go here. You may be shocked but be assured it spilled over from a hurt heart.

Updating with this RAGE video:


Anonymous said...

Dear Zorro,

The police are trying to hide their incompetence by setting up those roadblocks and conveniently blame it on the growing Pakatan Rakyat.

The inaction by the Govt is a glaring sign of their 'care and service to rakyat'

Thank you, Choon Lee.

Me... Only Better said...

Uncle...Nurin...they didn't even bother to set-up ANY roadblock and didn't even BELIEVE her dad's story!!! They play along to the LEADERS political games and motives BUT THEY LET THIS GIRL DIE!

Me... Only Better said...

And thanks! I hope many post Moaz's letter,highlighting the difficulty of the already atressed rakyat! AND SAY WE ARE NOT GONNA TAKE THIS ANY (FUCKING) MORE!

Anonymous said...

Dam ass botak, i heard him on tv saying that this (sodomy) is a serious crime!
And i heard that botak has purchased some ass scan equipment! So next time in the road block you will have to get out of the car and scan your ass and if it is not a virgin ass. you will be saman on the spot.
dam shit ass botak don't know what sex is and i don't think he check what does sodomy means.


Hawkeye Jack said...

Hi zorro,

Will circulate the letter from Moaz Yusuf.

Anonymous said...

I saw Botak laughing on tv at a press conference that Bala was afraid for his life. This was right after the police knew his whereabouts. We have a man in hiding out of fear for his wife and 2 kids, and our Home Minister is laughing at them on national tv!! Shame on this man with no humanity, no conscience, no sense of shame, no manners, no emphathy, no ... no otak lah! All the brain cells must have fallen off with the hair particles.

TheWhisperer said...

Yup all that and when Hindraf gathered last year, they have all our MSM idiots carried reports that those demos were affecting business in the Klang Valley.

And what did our MSM say about this unnecessary roadblocks?

Go Rot in HELL, Botak!!

Anonymous said...


Can you change his name from Hamid Albar to Humid Alba. He is a disgrace to this nation.

halim said...

Bernard, this son of the Umno Lion (or whatever his late father fancied himself to be) seems to be screwing up every Govt Dept he's put in charge of. Hope you dont mind my linking a Youtube video of his 'performance' in Hardtalk here:

If there's anybody who richly deserve a corn-holing it is this bastard. Take care brother. I'll pray for your health and hope you'll drink to mine. Or is it the other way round? hahaha

Bolehwood said...

flyer168 said...

Dear Zorro,

You said it WELL - Loud & Clear !

What he has done to this great nation, its reputation, etc & it Downtrodden rayaat is Criminal…maybe equivalent to Treason!

With the Powers-that-be still in “Denial” & maintaining their “Auto-Pilot Self-Destruct” mode path there is nothing much more that our MPs, State Leaders, Aduns, Intellectuals, etc can do to change their “Paradigm”.

Their motto has been, is still & will always be “Heads I win, Tails you Lose!” for their own Personal agendas at the nation’s & rayaat’s expense.

Our “Defenders of Justice & Freedom” in their “Noble” pursuit have all suffered in one way or another will never give up their struggle for this great nation & for us citizens.

So let us all stand UNITED, stay COOL & not fall for their “Barbaric” intimidations right into their “TRAP”.

We just have to give them more rope to hang themselves at every turn !

“Divine Intervention” works “Wonders”!

fergie said...

I am from Penang but I too RAGE whenever botak or any goon opens his mouth! Do they all "foam" at the mouth or is it just THE one?? hahaha .. bet they're ALL foaming as they get more deperate. NO CONSPIRACY .. TRUST US .. over my dead body!

Anonymous said...


Aiyaah, no need to protest here and there anymore. This is Malaysia. And we are screwed. No way will BN be thrown out. Better take care of own rice bowl and family. If can, migrate!

Malaysia is gone. For 50 years +, we allowed BN to rule, what do you expect??? We brought this shit upon ourselves. And now it is already too fucking late.

Kris said...

They're dragging this country down the road to anarchy and the signs are already there. Just last night for instance I was driving along Jalan University and people were parked with impunity along it across from the newly opened jaya one. The frightening thing here is that it's not just crime that's on the rise. Most Malaysians (admittedly the weak ones) haven't the remotest compunction to observing and respecting the law because they see no dignity, honour and integrity in the way it is meted out. And by continuing on this merry path we are all heading down the road to oblivion.

We need a strong government, that works openly, cleanly and with honour and integrity. I concede that most governments do have their flaws but what we have here is a travesty and charade of government that has no qualms in manipulating and corrupting the very instruments it has been handed by the electorate to administer society and maintain law and order. The weak and corruptible in our society see this inequity and perceiving there is no moral standard to follow or to aspire too drag the bar down even further. We are in a tailspin with no signs of pulling out unless civil society finally takes a stand and says enough is enough. Or just fiddle while rome burns....

JP said...

Don't just said the buses issue, just simple things they are not able (or ignore) to do it perfect.

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Anonymous said...

si-botak n si-bodoh all the same la..

cakap TAKUT apa bagi la DNA..but who is setting up all those road-blocks..???? TAKUT apa ? TAKUT hantu ???

who sent an army to arrest an unarmed person ? TAKUT siapa ???

no more talk crap la..oooii...sudah puas..sudah benci ...

PKR bashes PKR said...



Loh: PKR rep’s aide punched me

PETALING JAYA: Kelana Jaya MP Loh Gwo Burne from PKR has lodged a police report that he was assaulted by a man believed to be the personal assistant of Seri Setia assemblyman Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad from the same party.

It is learnt the alleged incident occurred during the ground-breaking ceremony for a place of worship at Desa Mentari here at about 3pm.

Residents living in the area had protested against the construction of the building there and Loh, who was present, had approached them.

After speaking to the group, Loh approached the organisers of the function to discuss with them the protesters' concern when he was allegedly punched in the face by a man believed to be an aide of a fellow PKR member.

Assaulted: Loh showing how he was punched by a fellow party member’s aide over a dispute on the construction of a place of worship in Desa Mentari yesterday.

Police, who were present, kept the situation from getting out of hand.

OCPD Asst Comm Arjunaidi Mohamed confirmed the incident and said Loh was sent for a medical examination after he lodged a report at the Sungai Way police station.

He said police have brought in the aide for further questioning.

“We have yet to receive the medical report and have classified the case under Section 323 of the Penal Code for assault, for investigation purposes,” he said.

When contacted, Loh said he went to the scene after being informed about the protest.

He said he was surprised because the matter was supposed to have been resolved on Thursday.

He said the problem started two weeks ago when residents complained about construction of the building and he was unable to find out who was responsible for the construction.

“When I arrived there today, I kept on asking him (the aide), 'Who was responsible for this?' I must have asked him about 10 times and pointed at him saying that, 'You as a PA should know'. That was when he punched me in the face above my right eye,” he said.

The crowd then stopped the individual, he said.

“I do not think I provoked him,” Loh said.

He added that the party should do something “comprehensive” against his alleged assailant.

Loh said he has since spoken to the individual and told him that he “was sorry but he had to make a police report.”

He added that he did not sustain any bruises.

Nik Nazmi, who is overseas, is also the political secretary to Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim.

Once a Rocky's Bru Fan said...

Uncle Bernard,

It's so, just so very nice to have you, RPK, and Haris around..and now, Tehsin.. i know you guys used to be very close to Rocky.

What has happened to him?

I sense he has changed a whole lot and is now trying to as much as he could, to stay on neutral grounds. It seems he doesnt mind who, deep inside him is bad, or good, therefore turning a blind eye to things he would have been very vocal previously.

Has he changed?

From his blog, i "feel" alot of bad virtues. For example the 48hrs blog strike he initiated together with WCW and Marina Mahathir. He was like a cry baby then!

And then his postings on a lot of issues too, makes me feel our old Rocky isnt brewing the right coffee.

And also, from reading his blog i know he is very close and working on a book with Tun Salleh Abbas.

Do you think this has changed him? But why? And it's sad, though i would go to the extent of naming him a traitor, because he's trying to portay neutral!?

And oh yes.. he seemed so happy and PROUD chedet actually left a comment on his blog.

If there anyway you can enlighten me on one of the very blogger whom i've been so proud to have as a fellow Malaysian!??

Anonymous said...

" helo..helo...may i speak to the minister ?"
" yes, speaking ."
" hi, datuk, sorry to disturb datuk. can i come to your house tonite to discuss my problems ?"
" WHAT ! who says you can ?"
" that botak minister lah !"
" tell him to fly kite lah !"
" datuk, he says 'can lah' !"
" aiyah, ask him to fcuk spider lah !!"
" ...........ok lah ....!"

bayi said...

When the cabinet members have all the wrong values, our country is all screwed up!

Anonymous said...

" helo...helo..can i speak to the internal boss ?"
" yes, speaking, can i help you ?"
" you said got problem can go to any minister's home one !"
", that's ok !"
" but that fellow tells you to go 'fly kites' woo !"
" what...WHAT !!"
" SOMEMORE he asks you to 'fcuk spiders' woo!!"
" ha! ..@#$%^&*... who's that minister !?" ( shouting )!
" that fellow lah , datuk xxxx !"
" ...@#$%^&*...*&^%$#@..ok, thanks ..@#$%^&*...*&^%$#@..!!"