Saturday, February 7, 2009


This morning I was awakened by an SMS even before my alarm set for 7:00 could ring. The SMS: What lah, uncle bern, what happened to Friday Guest forgot ah?

Thanks S Shah, I did not forget, I just didn't want my readers distracted by anything non-Perak. But I am always lucky on Saturdays......I went to my sidebar, hit
The dandy mobsters aka dandelions and adakalabra, just the posting to round off the scourge that descended on Perak over the last two days.

And just like pervster said at the end of his/her posting:

my apologies if you find this posting offensive. I honestly don’t care.

I dedicate these two postings to the people of Perak who got sold-out BIG TIME.

The Dandelions:

The Prostitute of Jelapang

Posted by pervster on February 6, 2009

Have a good look a the picture below, ladies and gentlemen. This …. is the face of a prostitute.

She may not be the prettiest lass in town…..heck…who am I kidding…she gives all the other good looking people from Perak a bad name…She just looks ugly. But don’t let her …not so beautiful looks deceive you. She is…the Number 1 prostitute in Perak.

She…my friends…is the lady who I had voted for in the recent 2008 General Elections.

She goes by the name - Hee Yit Foong.

But, for the people of Jelapang, she’s currently fondly referred to as … the Prostitute of Jelapang.

No one knows what’s the exact amount she received, but the Prostitute of Jelapang (PoJ for short) up there is rumoured to have received millions for her body…for her soul….making far…the highest paid prostitute in Perak…MalaysiaSouth East Asia…and probably the world. One more thing Malaysians can be proud off. The highest paid prostitute in the World.

Malaysia Boleh!!!!!!


my apologies if you find this posting offensive. I honestly don’t care.


The Victorious Vile Leaping Toads…….

Posted by erniejean on February 5, 2009

it really makes no difference to click to enlarge.....dont waste your time, really....DON’T.

Tell me you’re not feeling the same sort of distress when you saw this picture on the front page of our MSMs………

Well, I’m still nauseous from the sight of all the “ringgit-fed” vile fat faces, smilling triumphantly.

A friend wrote the following in hopes that more people will be aware of the seriousness of voicing our collective discontent now, has agreed to allow me to share with all you good folks…….

And after reading, do sign the Sultan’s guestbook. It may be too late to change the Tuanku’s mind for whatever decision he has made, but at least we’ve collectively voiced our outrage and dissapointment over the blatant unprincipled and corrupted practices of the current ruling coalition.

ALL MALAYSIANS, Please stand by our fellow Perak-ians: each and every one of us, regardless of religion, race, state, cultural and educational backgrounds stand to greatly loose out, not only on our rights and interests as citizens of Malaysia, but also our individual sense of self-respect and the consequently, the strength of our individual electoral votes in future.

Those politicians we voted for in Perak represent our utter dissatisfaction with the current government, and the fact that those in vile power can unjustifiably force their way into power with total disregard for the people’s collective votes and voice is a crime against our every Malaysian’s interests.

And, it does not change our unease and frustrations with filthy political figures who will blatantly show off their power to field unfair and underhanded manipulation of power for all to see, as if unashamedly urging the people to feel the threats of fears and resentment towards them… almost goading the people of Malaysia to succumb to unnecessary crime and violence.

That those politicians jumped ship does not mean that we would do the same: we will not jump away from our responsibilities and rights as citizens and we will not be manipulated by filthy politics, and especially not those led by a power greedy politician associated with foul and brutal murder.

It is not by chance that the opposition won the majority seats in the last election but the present events clearly demonstrate that it can only be by choice, and only freedom of choice that the opposition, any opposition at all, continues to win the hearts of every other Malaysian citizen who will never accept any person associated with murder to use whatever means possible to force their way into power, and with total disrespect and disregard for the rights and interests of the people.

As a people, at this time, who will say without shame that they will happily allow the vile powers of crime, corruption and disgraceful politics to triumph over us?

For all that we have enjoyed, we have also endured under the power of old, ineffective and irrelevant. It is clear: we do not want to continue on the path to filth and nothing will falter our determination to bring about a better, cleaner governing faculty clearly intent on genuinely protecting our interests, and that of our children.

Our faith in the system will be immensely weakened if the Sultan shows partiality to those in vile power: in consequence, the DYMM will be demonstrating an appalling favor for filthy politics and injustice against the voice of his people, and the people of Malaysia.

Our faith will be renewed if the DYMM listens to the voice of the people and share our struggles and concerns against those in vile power.

In any case, we need to do what we can to serve the majority and defend ourselves. We need to do what we can to stop being manipulated into working for deplorable and dishonorable politics.

We cannot quietly tolerate being misused by unrepentant politicians who will not understand that “no” means “NO” and continue to abuse and violate our interests, rights, morality and through their power over the media, even our thoughts.

We cannot allow ourselves to continue to be treated condescendingly, to continue to be undermined and manipulated into having faith in filth and lies intent on turning our differences against us. We truly need to defend our interests, and help protect the interests of our fellow Malaysians.

Please help strengthen the voice of every citizen of Perak and Malaysia, right now, to our DYMM SULTAN AZLAN to NOT ignore the fervent wishes of the people and initiate a state election, which the BN will NOT win.

For all that we know, from all the clearly foul tactics that they have used, the only supporters that BN holds in the state of Perak are those that they have either bribed, threatened and coerced. Now ask yourself: who would do better than any politician associated with brutal murder and foul political tactics?

My answer: anyone with a clear conscience, and a genuine concern for others.


- Jacq Soo.

As for those who sold their souls for a couple of million ringgit, let it be known that you all have signed your political death sentence. Next election, our disappointment and anger will be translated to our votes!!



WOULD THE SHE-HEE (click for story)



Anonymous said...

Javanese (Malay) values are not compatible with Islamic values. The informed and educated know this well. So does PAS, though they will not admit it openly.

Related info:

Maybe Indonesia should invade the fake country called Malaysia, throw out the government and corrupted system including the monarchy, and call it the straits settlements of various races and religions from all over the world, especially Asia.

We would be more developed, diverse, strong and cosmo compared to Australia if the British had done a HK on us.

The current system, rules, constitution and rukun negara were just put in place by UMNO to prolong their (fake and manipulative concept of) Malay Elite dominance, which is in actuality only for UMNOputra dominance; and to allow their divide and conquer tactics and methods to fester and disunite.

Ketuanan UMNO boleh! People deserve the government they get! Time for the people to rise and rebel!

Anonymous said...

NO NO NO ! i'm NOT going to waste my blue tablet on her even if she is the LAST one in 'berak state' !!

Anonymous said...

her innocent son DARED NOT go to kerja in Aikfong komplex ipoh lah !

Anonymous said...

the SHE-HEE link at the end of the article doesn't seems to be working. or is it just me?

Anonymous said...

Pakatan Rakyat deserved it in Perak.

What more to say?

Saturday, 07 February 2009 15:32

If I were in Umno I would do exactly the same. I would use the immense wealth that Umno posses to buy over the prostitutes in Pakatan Rakyat. Anyway, is that not what we want Anwar Ibrahim to do? We want Anwar to form a new federal government by enticing at least 30 Parliamentarians from Barisan Nasional to cross over to the opposition.


Raja Petra Kamarudin

Many ask why I have been very silent the last 48 hours. Well, that is because I sudah menyampah. Why scream now? If we want to scream make sure we do it before the ship sinks. Once we are in the water we should save our breath for breathing -- if we can keep our heads above water, that is. If not, then quietly drown and die with some dignity. At least you will be remembered for someone who died in style.

There is a time to talk. There is a time to act. Now is no longer the time to talk. So can all those people who keep sending me messages via SMS about ‘you must do this’ or ‘you must do that’ please stop doing so. You are just wasting your money. I don’t even read them. I just delete them without reading any of them. Stop telling me what I should do. If you feel something should be done, go and do it yourself.

Okay, I am down with a bad flu so I am in a very bad mood today. Even my wife is staying out of my way. I have not been sleeping because every time I do I start coughing violently. This article, for sure, is being written with me in a most foul mood indeed.

In spite of the flu I drove up to Ipoh on Thursday but came home that same night because I had to go to court the following morning (yesterday). I am sure many of you who met me in Ipoh noticed I was not my usual friendly self. Sorry if I appeared sombong but I was feeling real bad on Thusday.

To add to that list of aggravations, I am in the midst of preparing for three court cases next week -- my sedition, criminal defamation and ISA hearings. Yes, I am going to be locked up in three different courts almost the entire week. And chances are, I might be sent back to Kamunting to spend the remaining years of my life under detention if I lose.

I wrote the following pieces in the run-up to Thursday:

Constitutional Monarchy, rule of law and good governance (5 Feb) (

How to bring a government down (4 Feb) (

If fresh state elections are held in Perak (4 Feb) (

Santa Claus is coming to town (2 Feb) (

No two ways about it: DISSOLVE the Perak State Assembly (2 Feb) (

Live by the sword, die by the sword (31 Jan) (

I just love this country (27 Jan) (

As you can see, I have already said what I wanted to say. There is nothing more I can add about an event that is already a fait accompli. Nasi sudah jadi bubur, as the Malays would say.

About a week ago, a few of us sat down to discuss the impending collapse of the Perak government. It was suggested we speak to the Pakatan Rakyat leaders, which we did. Our recommendation was that they dissolve the Perak State Assembly and hold fresh state elections while Pakatan Rakyat still has the majority in the Assembly. Once Pakatan Rakyat has lost that majority it will be too late. No way will the Sultan agree to the request to dissolve the Perak State Assembly once you no longer command the majority in the Assembly.

But the Pakatan Rakyat leaders would not listen. They still have things under control, they remarked. We did not think so and we told them this. But who are we to ‘teach grandmothers how to suck eggs’, as Malaysians would say? If we are so smart then how come they, and not us, are the party leaders. We would be sitting in their chairs, instead, if we are cleverer than them. Politicians do not think much of you if you do not hold any party positions. They only respect those who hold positions in political parties and government, not those outside mainstream politics.

Everyone is an expert on hindsight. Only good leaders have foresight. And our leaders lack just that, foresight. They are very clever when it comes to reacting to situations. But they know nothing about pre-empting. Why react, especially when it is too late? You must be able to pre-empt before it is too late to do anything. This is what our leaders lack, the skill to pre-empt.

When the Rulers of Perlis and Terengganu ‘interfered’ in Umno’s choice of Menteri Besar, we hailed them as great Rulers who are full of justice and wisdom. When the Rulers agreed to allow Pakatan Rakyat to form the Perak and Selangor state governments, they are the best Rulers in the world. Whenever things go our way we are full of praise. But as soon as the decision does not favour us they are haprak Rulers.

The Rulers are a disappointment. We are disgusted with our Rulers. Our Rulers sold out to Umno. Malaysia should abolish the Monarchy and turn the country into a Republic. And so on and so forth. That is what is on the lips of many Malaysians. But if the Rulers had favoured the opposition, even though they did so in violation of the law and the Constitution, we will hail the Rulers as amongst the best in the world.

Actually, the Perak and Selangor Rulers were worried that the Pakatan Rakyat state governments of these two states would not last, in particular in Perak, which had a very slim majority. That is why there was a week’s delay in swearing in the Perak and Selangor state governments.

And can you blame the Rulers? DAP had said it will not sit at the same table as PAS, let alone form a coalition government with it, if PAS does not openly and publicly declare it will abandon the Islamic State agenda. PAS, on the other hand, said it shall not openly and publicly declare such a thing. That means DAP and PAS can never form a coalition.

The Rulers of Perak and Selangor then called all the State Assemblymen and women from DAP, PKR and PAS and asked them, one by one, whether they agree to the formation of coalition governments in Perak and Selangor. The coalition can only be formed if all three parties -- DAP, PKR and PAS -- agree to it. Even if just one of the three do not agree, then Pakatan Rakyat will not have enough seats to form the governments in both Perak and Selangor.

The DAP, PKR and PAS State Assemblymen and women indicated their agreement. But this still did not satisfy the Rulers. You can say one thing now, but what is there to prevent you from changing your minds later? So the Rulers asked the DAP, PKR and PAS State Assemblymen and women for both Perak and Selangor to sign letters confirming this agreement. Only then will the Rulers agree to swear in the new state governments.

It was, in a way, a contract of sorts. The Rulers wanted all the DAP, PKR and PAS State Assemblymen and women from Perak and Selangor to sign a contract stating that they agree to the formation of a three-party coalition and that there are no dissenters from amongst the ranks of DAP, PKR and PAS.

Then the fight broke out. DAP, PKR and PAS could not agree on how to share out the EXCO positions, the racial quotas, who should hold the posts of Menteri Besar and Speaker, and so on. In Selangor, some DAP State Assemblymen organised demonstrations. In Perak, they threatened to boycott the swearing-in ceremony. Even the trivial matter of the wearing of the songkok during the swearing-in ceremony became a hot issue and almost brought the coalition down before it could even be formed.

The Perak and Selangor Rulers had their doubts. They doubted whether the DAP-PKR-PAS coalition, now called Pakatan Rakyat, could last. DAP, PKR and PAS had very little in common and were always squabbling over minor issues. And they argued about party and racial quotas just like Barisan Nasional. Pakatan Rakyat is as racist as Barisan Nasional. It appeared like there is very little difference between Pakatan Rakyat and Barisan Nasional.

Nevertheless, the Perak and Selangor Rulers decided to give Pakatan Rakyat a chance. Let Pakatan Rakyat prove that not only it can do a better job but it can also keep the coalition going. If the coalition breaks up, then a decision would have to be made, later, what to do about it. In the meantime, allow Pakatan Rakyat to prove it can last at least one full term until the next general election.

Then we began to hear grumblings. This State Assemblyman was not happy and wanted to resign. That State Assemblywoman was not happy and wanted to resign. Barely one year into the marriage and the marriage appeared to be breaking up. The Indians complained about not having enough Indian quotas. The Chinese grumbled about having the most number of seats but not being able to become Menteri Besar. The Malays grumbled about the ‘Chinese’ government not looking after the Malays.

It was all about race and about so-and-so being neglected and not being looked after better. Suddenly it was no longer about the rakyat. It was about your personal interest and position and about the quotas your race is being denied. Pakatan Rakyat was nothing but Barisan Nasional by another name.

What happened in Perak is good. I hope it will teach Pakatan Rakyat that it has to get its act together. The DAP lady’s crossover was triggered by something very trivial and goes to show she is more concerned about herself than about her party or about the rakyat. Everyone got a new Camry except her. So she sulked (merajuk) and left the party. If she had been given a new car she would not have sulked. A mere car brought the Perak government down.

If this is what brought the Perak government down, then it deserves to fall. The Pakatan Rakyat government in Perak used to be a non-Malay majority government. Now, it is an almost entirely Malay government. 27 of the 28 State Assemblymen are from Umno. Even if the three ‘independents’ join the new government it will be 29 Malays against only two Chinese. And there is not a single Indian State Assemblyman/woman in the new government.

What took 52 years of transformation has been destroyed in a mere days. Today, we are back to an entirely Malay government in Perak. And a DAP State Assemblywoman helped achieve this. A Chinese made the restoration of maruah Melayu (Malay dignity) possible. She should be given the next Ma'al Hijrah award and be accorded Bumiputera status.

I can only say that this serves Pakatan Rakyat right. They had it coming. When personal interests and racial issues override everything else, you deserve to fall. And there are many low quality wakil rakyat still in Pakatan Rakyat -- DAP, PKR, as well as PAS. Expect more to cross over. The RM25 million dangled in front of their faces is just too difficult to say no to. After all, not everyone is in politics to serve the rakyat. Many are in it for their personal interests. And RM25 million is an attractive proposition.

Next time, get better candidates. Some of the Pakatan Rakyat wakil rakyat are so low standard I would not even trust them to baby-sit my dog. I would not deny there are some good wakil rakyat in Pakatan Rakyat, some even better than those from Barisan Nasional. But all we need are 30% bad ones to bring the party down, especially when you are barely surviving with a 10% majority in Parliament or the state assemblies.

Okay, Umno bought over our wakil rakyat. So what? If they are not for sale then Umno could not have been able to buy them. It is like prostitution. If there are clients then there will be prostitutes. It is the law of supply and demand. If there are no takers then there can be no givers as well. Simple!

We all know that Umno has tons of money. And RM10 million is nothing to Umno. If the Pakatan Rakyat people are so unprincipled then whom do we blame? Why blame Umno? Blame our people who worship money and pray to the Ringgit. Blame Pakatan Rakyat for fielding low quality people to contest the elections.

You can take the man out of the kampong but you can’t take the kampong out of the man. Low quality people can’t suddenly become high quality just because they are now wakil rakyat. They will still remain low quality and will kowtow to money because they have no maruah (dignity). That is, after all, what prostitutes do. They open their legs for money. And many in Pakatan Rakyat are prostitutes while those who manage prostitutes and called pimps.

If I were in Umno I would do exactly the same. I would use the immense wealth that Umno posses to buy over the prostitutes in Pakatan Rakyat. Anyway, is that not what we want Anwar Ibrahim to do? We want Anwar to form a new federal government by enticing at least 30 Parliamentarians from Barisan Nasional to cross over to the opposition. Najib did in Perak exactly what we want Anwar to do at federal level. So, why the sudden outrage? What if three State Assemblymen in Negerl Sembilan cross over and Pakatan Rakyat gets to form the new Negeri Sembilan state government? Would we still express outrage?

Let’s face it: we lost. Let’s just lick our wounds and learn from this bitter experience. Our leaders were stupid and we paid for this stupidity. We chose poor quality people as candidates. We knew that Umno was trying to buy over our wakil rakyat. We knew they would eventually succeed. But we just stood and watched without launching a pre-emptive strike -- such as dissolving the state assembly when there was time to do so and when we still had the power to do so.

That is the long and short of it. Let us lose like gentlemen. Sure, they did not play fair. The Sultan should not have forced the MB’s resignation or appointed a new MB from Umno when Nizar did not resign. Sure, there are questions of whether it was legal to do what the Sultan did. But he did, fair or otherwise. And the Sultan could not have done so had we been cleverer. We left the door open and they walked in. We should take the blame for that rather than moan and bitch. And, next time, lock all the doors. Thieves are thieves and will always be thieves. But we were sloppy and that allowed the thieves to get in. There is no denying that.

We lost the battle. But we are yet to lose the war. That is the big picture. So focus on the big picture and see how we can eventually win the war. That is more important. And how do we turn defeat into victory? How can we menang dalam kalah? We can turn defeat into victory if our leaders are clever. My only worry is whether they are clever enough to do this. Let us see.

zorro said...

Calvin, is OK now.Thanks for alerting.

Anonymous said...

To try to make sense of the current situation in Perak and perhaps for some context here's an anecdote about Sultan Azlan Shah from the time he assumed the post of Sultan. According to insiders in the Perak state government in the eighties when Sultan Azlan ascended the throne, the new sultan began to make demands on the state land office for land to be alienated to him personally and his demands were duly met by the docile state administrators. While displaying a veneer of up-rightness the sultan showed that he was as subject to greed and avarice as anybody else. So when Najib started to make his move on the Perak state government he would have covered this base first. This was the lynchpin of the whole shebang.

Anonymous said...


Najib doesnt even dare to attend a function in Ipoh 2nite coz he knows the good people of Perak is really pissed off with him.
Dont forget this day when GE13 comes. And never forget the face of the traitor, HEE.

Donplaypuks® said...

In the end, it was a simple matter of dating the resignation letters. Any Std 6 student would have told you this is what people do on proxy forms when brought into action.

So, DSAi and all Pakatan MP's and Aduns, make sure next time you date the resignation letters before faxing it to the Speaker or forever hold your piss!!

Malaccan view said...

Not too long ago,all of us so fondly and admire Raja Nazrin as HRH shown us the right way to manage our country and all us wish that he is our next Prime Minister.
After 206,my perception and admiration of him have drasticaly changed.Raja Nazrin has changed and should go back to Cambridge refresh what he had studied regard democracy,What about you bro?

Anonymous said...

RPK is always noted for his NO HOLDS BARRED approach and he does not mince his words to please anyone.

The Pakatan Rakyat lost because of the prostitutes in Pakatan Rakyat who just could not forget their profession, even after being elected by the people, not because of their looks but because people believed that the Pakatan Rakyat would be a better alternative to the arrogant, corrupted and racist Barisan Nasional.

The Pakatan Rakyat is out of the State government in Perak because it did not have the foresight to pre-empt the BN's moves. They were more interested in petty squabbles over positions and power. The POJ who could sulk for not getting to use a Camry shows how insincere and naive one can get. Is HEE only worth the price of a Camry on loan for the use of an EXCO member?

Once in power they lost sight of their pledge to serve the people of Perak who elected them.

As RPK puts it, it is a very good lesson for not only Pakatan Rakyat in Perak but to all the other states controlled by the Opposition.

They should STOP BEHAVING like the Barisan Neraka politicians.
GREED,AVARICE,ARROGANCE AND RACISM have been the hallmarks of BN politicians.

The fall of Perak is the result of the same traits manifested by the unscruplous and greedy prostitutes found in Pakatan Rakyat.

Now is not the time to bitch and accuse. Do a reality check. Look at the faults and flaws in Pakatan Rakyat before Barisan Neraka makes more inroads by buying off more prostitutes.

Barisan Neraka is good at that as money laundering, prostitution and gambling are part and parcel of the shenanigans of corrupt politicians. In Barisan Neraka they believe everyone has a PRICE.

Pakatan Rakyat politicians should ask whether they too have a PRICE. If they too have A PRICE, then it too bad. They will prolong BARISAN NERAKA'S rule for another 50 years.

Anonymous said...

Hey, Rocky, the No 1 publicist for Raja Azlan, Dr Mahathir and Barisan Nasional thieves, thinks she is a saint. Whay say you, Zorro?

Anonymous said...

When DSAI mentioned about possible cross-over from UMNO/BN at the Federal level, DAP Chairman has proposed to UMNO/BN that anti-hopping law be set-up and UMNO/BN will get the 2/3 vote with the support of DAP MPs and PR MPs in Parliment.

However, UMNO/BN did not accept this DAP Chairman offer.

So, my questions to all the people who doubt about PR and doubt about intention of DSAI on the crossover issue:

1. Why BN did not accept the offer of DAP Chairman on the anti-hopping law?

2. Do you people think DSAI did not remember the Coup d'etat in Sabah 15 years ago?

The Answers are:

1. UMNO/BN did not accept the anti-hopping offer by DAP Chairman because UMNO/BN has every intention to repeat the Coup D'etat in Sabah 15 years ago in a dirty way.

2. Of course DSAI and PR remember Sabah Coup D'etat 15 years ago. Maybe this crossover prediction by DSAI at the Federal level is a bait to get BN agrees to anti-hopping law. DSAI cannot disclose this type of important strategy to you and me publicly. The political struggle is more complicated than just writing blog, I hope bloggers and rakyat who would like to see changes in Malaysia be more mature and less naive.

My final comment is crossover from BN to PR should not be encouraged, but if people is genuine to crossover from BN to PR to fight for change, PR should accept BUT strict screening should be done before acceptance.

Example, if Datuk Zaid Ibrahim is a BN MP and intends to join PR from BN, is PR going to refuse his application?

Anonymous said...

The She-Hee ugly? No, no way, brother. Why? Because this animal is FUGLY, neither looks like a man nor a woman!!

Anonymous said...

zorro, are you really from Jelapang? If you are, then I advice you, as a voter from Jelapang, to please approach and ask her to resign. (Try to resist the temptation to slap her ugly face, unless of course if she doesn't resign!)

Anonymous said...

Hey sahabat-ku,

Be careful lah. Not so senang come next GE because no more to deal with Pak Lah.

Next GE is lain PM. Dia ada banyak wang, ISA, Derhaka, C4, dan "prostitutes" on his side. AWAS! Jagan main-main lor.

Anonymous said...

As atonement/redemption, she MUST ...
MUST ...MUST resign & allow by-election to take place = NO NO NO
compromise at all !!

Anonymous said...

YES ! she MUST resign OR she will follow judas's footstep & NO ONE will pity her AT ALL !!

Anonymous said...

how could you call a woman a prostitute. in islam, this is one of the unpardonable sin. and wtf you all keep thinking that all perakians want is pkr? more than half of the votes on mar08 goes to bn, in case you dont know... rather can you guys (pkr and bn alike) start to do your job that we choose you to do? look at the clogged drains, the poverished, the welfare of retirees etc.. dont try to cling to camrys, balak land deals etc... worse, pkr digs its own grave by having ngeh/nga in their lineup.

hee, if you are reading this, congrats. now you are unattached and has no influence on you. in fact all adun and yb should be independent to ensure their impartiality. and btw, i am sure a lot of the voters vote you on individual basis.

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...


Let's go around to court the courts
As they become the places of last resort
Where else can you deliver your retort
To have the chance of getting your rational thinking some thoughts

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 070209
Sat. 7th Feb. 2009.

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...


When silver loses its shine
What remedy can we all find
Since there'll be no grapes without the vine
With what cords can virtue any longer bind

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 070209
Sat. 7th Feb. 2009.

Anonymous said...

Wow, even an outdated, ageing, ugly and UNQUALIFIED auntie can still prostitute herself for RM15 million. DIVINE BROWN-Noser.

Anonymous said...

More like RM30 million! Hee's son and daughter-in-law are also said to be in hiding!

Anonymous said...

Everyone is focusing too much on Rulers. Please dont forget that the root cause of everything is from UMNO. Please blame UMNO and not Rulers. Enemy is UMNO and not Rulers. UMNO is smart to cuci tangan for every evil steps that they have taken on Perak fiasco. Just see what Najib comment is that they listen to Sultan wishes and same time saying PR is "derhaka".

Anonymous said...

Please don't insult the prostitutes. At least they are working hard and rough for the dough. There is no known word that we could describe Hee the Bitch (HtB) or Hee the Traitor (HtT).

Prostitutes have pride and dignity too but Hee...she has neither. She is just waiting for her spot in HELL.

As for the royal leeches, it's time they know that the rakyat is studying the option in making the country a new republic. Saving all the taxpayers money.

Anonymous said...

tajol is paklah's man kicked out by najis so jumpri = mb belongs to new pm lah !!

Khun Pana aka johanssm said...

I have more respect for the sex prostitutes. As they are prostituting just to feed her own family and have not much choice.

As in Hee's case, she is already in the mid level as an ADUN and can go further up as an MP in 4 years time.
She is among the few who failed to interprets Kuala Trengganu's by election.Is money really that important to her?
Money cant secures a place in Nirvana and money cannot cures her polio.
I did wrote she was a bitch in previous comment.Maybe najib and his UTK shown Hee some C4 samples.

Well, okay..we won KT but now lost the state of Perak .
No thanks to hee and the 2 PR monkeys who got trapped by the ACA.

I do hope Uncle Zorro will not be so angry at such people.
It is alright to be angry but we do have to watch our blood pressure at our age.
It is better that all PR thinks about having a snap election nation wide and to gain Sarawak.

Anonymous said...

Perak Sultan guestbook saves only the most recent 50 entries. SIGN PETITION: A Plea to Defend the Voice of the People @ - use real names and no flames please. It's a platform for you to state what you want and not to let off steam or bash His Royal Highness.

Updates on this petition, follow topic "Perak Under Siege. What Can We Do?" at

Please help to spread the word. Thanks.

Anonymous said...


R-A-H-M-A-N(Nizar), shocking !?

Anonymous said...

I've heard some calling Hee a 'political prostitute". Please stop this unwarranted name calling as it is an insult to all decent and hardworking prostitutes in the country. A hooker at least, gives satisfaction for money but what can Hee give back to the people after illegally gobbling millions of the rakyat's funds? She is much, much worse than a prostitute!

Anonymous said...

The Chinese believe that a person is as ugly is her heart. In this case, it is clear she very ugly - in fact, her heart is rotten/busuk already.
Another thing, I don't understand why some of you guys put so much faith on the decision of 1 man. Sultan or no sultan, he is a human being after all.
Many blame our PM, whose relatives and children, are in business but he is not alone. In this country, it is business as usual.
In the end, we must follow the due process of the law and the wishes of the people. (Not the whims and fancies of a few.)
And a lesson for the Pakatan that they must have better calibre of people in their fold for the future.

Anonymous said...

Since Hee has betrayed her party and the Perakian (I am also one), especially those who voted for her, I think Perakian should boycott her. She I hope all traders, shops etc in Perak will not sell anything to her so that she can't even spend those ill gotten money.

Anonymous said...

I still remember the person who hold Keris and said, 'Kill Chinese', and was not being detained during operasi Lalang, you know who?

I still remember, remember?

Oh...forget, A King is not subjected to Court of Law even if the commit criminal offense...kekeke...that's why they can not be SAMAN or CHallange...if not, UMNO will have rally with banner on the street!

Anonymous said...

Zorro Sir,

You must felt very happy and satisfied now after posting this.
Poor Hee Yit Foong.

But knowing that you were silent towards Nasaruddin, the Bota assemblyman when he jump to PKR, (not even a word) speaks volume of your biasness.

You are not doing any justice to her. Just because she's chinese (same with you) that doesn't mean that your action will make you a hero.

Shame on you, Sir.

backStreetGluttons said...

Hi again dear Zorro.

We believe this stunning signature episode is the best thing to have happened to Malaysians & cyber Bloggers in particular, as far as the noble pursuit of truth is concerned.

1. The true colors of the self-serving Royals are exposed for all to see . Crystal clear ( something we have always believed tho of late people like yourself and esp Haris have naively thought of as our god-send savior, as in the tragic petitions that have been laboriously collected over cyberspace through the innocent followers. We have questioned why there had been no response , just like your clock-work repetitious vigils )

2. The response to this reality by pseudo rock solid unshakeable Ex-freedom fighters like Rocky / Nuraina et al is so glaring and so shameful

3. Money & power can corrupt , you are seeing it now.

We pray the same fate doesn't befall you and gang , the last remaining knights

Good luck !

the team

zorro said...


I particularly like to whack my own race. I have this right! If you don't like it, who are you when you embarrassed enough not to give yourself a NAME. Anyway nameless, I leave you with a friendly curse:

Listen, thou nameless dabbler, for you will be swallowed by a whale with excessively bad breath!

Anonymous said...

Just because LKE said any adun went missing for 24 hrs = resigned ! so she better cari 'rumah lain' juga lah !!

Anonymous said...

Rupanya, it's DAP internal crisis.

WEB EDITION :: Local News

DAP leadership must deal with internal conflicts
by Kong See Hoh
IPOH (Feb 5, 2009) : While accusing fingers are being pointed at DAP assemblyman for Jelapang Hee Yit Foong for deserting the party, DAP MP for Batu Gajah Fong Po Kuan(pix) says Hee's departure underlines the need for the party's central as well as state leadership to take a serious view of its internal conflicts.

She told Sin Chew Daily on Wednesday the party must deal with the internal problems of Perak DAP head-on, understand what has gone wrong and look for solutions.

Three-term Fong, dupped cili padi because of her fiery style, dropped a bombshell on the party before the general election last year with her announcement that she was not going to defend her Batu Gajah seat, but changed her mind after much persuasion from the party top leadership.

She told the daily that Perak DAP's internal problems were not taken seriously before the March 8 elections, and neither were they resolved after the elections, allowing members' discontent against party leaders to brew.

Fong said this was the reason she did not contest any post in the state in the last party elections.
It was also learnt that Hee quit the party mainly because she deemed the appointment of state exco members not transparent and because she could not get along with Perak DAP state chief and senior executive councillor, Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham, and his cousin Nga Kor Ming, who is DAP state secretary and a state exco member.

Hee, who is deputy state assembly speaker, had said the state exco should have a Chinese woman and that Ngeh and Nga, who are both lawyers, were best suited for the posts of speaker and deputy speaker respectively.

"Hee Yit Foong has been unhappy since. Her resignation from the party shows that the internal conflicts are coming to a boil," said Fong.

"The fact that the post of deputy speaker is ranked above an exco member does not help, as the exco members wield greater power and get bigger perks (than the Speaker and Deputy Speaker), the same way that ministers have more power than the parliament Speaker and Deputy Speakers."

Updated: 02:56PM Thu, 05 Feb 2009

Anonymous said...

I used to respect you and your writing long before you unmasked... simple but right on target... no swearing nor profanities.

Mixing with RPK change you in a very short time. Very influential he is to you or was it that you don't have your own credibility?

Anon 12:36 & me = YgArif

Anonymous said...

Please Hee Jit Foong , go and kill yourself and that is the only honorable action you can take to redeem yourself and your family.

zorro said...

Apa Sudah matter the quarrells in your family, you do not go across the road, get bought and abandon your family. There still are such skills like conflict resolution and negotiating skills that unearth causes of problems to seek solutions that must be addressed. Hee threw tantrums like some spoilt brat and not only abandoning the family but sold her birth right to her former adversary. Of course I agree that DAP must not lose the big picture. They too like other components of PR must be more discerning about their choice of candidates.

zorro said...

Yang Ariff....I dont mince my words. I used it as early as the third month after I started blogging. I used it when I taught school. Pls be fair and dont blame RPK for influencing me to use expletives. I have used the f word much earlier than him. If you claim that I dont have my credibility, it is best you go to sites where Jack and Jill only went up the site will tell when it is appropriate that Jack and Jill did not only go up the hill to fetch a pail of water...coming down did you know that

Jack fell on top of Jill,
Jill forgot her pill and
Now they have a daughter.

Judge well, yg ariff.

zorro said...

nstman, I dont read Rocky, so that I will not think bad about him. As such, having not read his piece I cannot make a comment.
what I hear he has written does not warrant any comment from me, because I did not read his writing. I leave him alone although I am reliably informed that he allows a couple of his readers to take shots at he is enjoying a cyber blowjob from them, so somebody reliable suggests.

Anonymous said...

Jack and Jill have a daughter... a bastard.

Now we have bastards protesting against the Sultan of Perak.

Make sense.

I rest my case.

psc said...

why was there no outcry when the king was insultated in trengganu over the appointment of the m.b. was because umno was involved.why the double standards now.

Anonymous said...

rocky has already joined the dark side. I have stopped visiting his blog. He has lost all credibility since he implied that you, Harris & RPK were paid by Anwar.

zorro said...

Judge, you assumed Jack is not married to Jill. That is poor judgement unbecoming of a yang such you cannot rest your case. I rest mine.

Anonymous said...

Sunday, February 08, 2009
Loyalty to King and Country
Given the circumstances, I stand by HRH Sultan of Perak. Though he is not my current King, he was years ago. I always saw him as one who is knowledgeable, and regal, of course.

When I took part in the bersih march, I honestly believed in the cause to ask the intervention from the royal household to ensure free and fair elections. On March 8, it was indeed free and fair. I was also told on that day, that the King did mobilise a mechanized division to the palace grounds to ensure the safety of the people gathered there. Though, today, I seriously doubt that it happened. In fact, those who would like you to think that the 'people power' that came about will be able to change the government from BN to PR. So to convince you, statements like this are made. Well, I was a happy camper then.
I was sure my King would protect his subjects. But to the extent of believing in the next guy just to convince yourself?

And now, given the turnaround in Perak, I stand by HRH Sultan of Perak in his decision. Though, again, you are lead to believe that HRH was 'co-erced' to make this decision, I have confidence in him to have made a knowledgeable one.

Let those who wish to commit treason carry on with their actions. I am sure if one thing, if HRH made the decisioin to dissolve the Perak assembly, he would have been hailed a hero by PR and thier supporters, and BN would have to accept it. Not stage a sit in, and not hold on to power, as in the case of the MB.

I still support change, but if BN changes to rule better, I am also in support of it.
Annuar has been beaten in his own game, one that he has convinced himself that he has mastered. He certainly did not see this coming, and is now as usual, singing the 'victim' song.
I don't support stone throwing and crowd incitement to obtain power.
Posted by muststopthis at 13:10 0 comments

Anonymous said...

I guess it's a different take if BN guys lompat into PR, which you strongly hoped just days before September 16.

How do you know she's being paid? Maybe it was plainly change of heart?

And what do you make of those allegedly BN MPs that was supposed to join PR? prostitute too? No?

Admit you're a hypocrite!


Anonymous said...

thanks for the award, uncle zorro. u just encouraged pervster to blog summore. he is a boy by the way :)))))

thanks again and we love you much,

the dandelions :))))