Mission : 3P (Part 4)

August 29, 2008

I read this as a strong signal from the representative of the people of Sabah that any change will be forced. The majority of the people wants a new landscape where racial segragation & animosity is a thing of the past.

Pity that UMNO have not learnt anything even though their stance is far from what Islam is all about. Hatred even to non-muslims is prohibited.

Yong on the landslide victory of PKR

SAPP President Datuk Yong Teck Lee on the landslide victory of PKR Advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim at the Permatang Pauh by-election 26 August 2008

Kota Kinabalu, August 27, 2008

1. The land slide victory of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim augurs well for non-racial politics in Malaysia. The rejection of racial politics shown in the March general elections has been repeated resoundingly by the voters of Permatang Pauh of whom 69% are Malays.

2. But the BN leadership, especially UMNO, never learn. Instead of strengthening national unity among the people, UMNO tried desperately to whip up racial emotions on the NEP issue by mob demonstrations in Penang immediately after the elections. The orchestrating of the student demonstrations at UiTM by UMNO this month, the inflammatory speeches of their MPs in Parliament and racial instigation against SAPP MPs over the no confidence motion in June all prove that the BN and UMNO are still trapped in the old mind set of racial compartmentalization of Malaysian politics.

3. In fact, after the March general elections, both the PM and DPM had declared that the BN would conduct independent studies on the losses suffered by the BN and why people were rejecting BN. Several high level BN committees were even formed to ¡§re-brand BN¡¨.

4. But instead of changing for the better with people-friendly policies, the BN government played around with fuel prices at the whims and fancies of the Prime Minister inflicting suffering on the ordinary people. High level corruption continues unabated. And according to news reports quoting senior UMNO leaders, this year’s UMNO party divisional and branch elections are the dirtiest and most corrupted by money politics ever in the history of UMNO.

5. When SAPP first declared no confidence in the PM, almost all the BN component parties chose to condemn SAPP instead of solving the issues affecting the people raised by SAPP. SAPP reminds the BN component parties to join the SAPP’s move of no confidence in the PM so as to effect change for the better in the country. SAPP now calls on the people in Malaysia, especially in Sabah and Sarawak, to be ready for change.

Issued by SAPP HQ

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Are We Getting The RM0.30 Subsidy ?

August 28, 2008

In announcing the price decrease for petrol & diesel, the government mentioned that it was determined by taking into account the actual price from August 1 to 21 and the 30 sen per litre subsidy borne by the government while the subsidy for diesel, based on the new price, was 50 sen a litre.

I have my doubts, so let us do some calculation :

1st, lets check the price for crude oil. From August 1 to 19, the price for WTI Cushing Spot was between US$112.92 and US$125.03 per barrel with an average of US$116.80 per barrel.

1 crude oil barrel is equals to 159 liter, so :
US$116.80 / 159 = US$0.73 per liter

The exchange rate is currently at RM3.34 per US$1.00, so :
US$0.73 x 3.34 = RM2.42 per liter

Add RM0.32 per liter for taxes & other costs :
RM2.42 + RM0.32 = RM2.74 per liter

Minus RM0.30 per liter for fuel subsidy :
RM2.74 – RM0.30 = RM2.44 per liter

Voila ! So we should be paying only RM2.44 per liter for our petrol.


Malaysia Today Blocked

August 27, 2008

Since 8pm yesterday (26/8) Malaysia Today was inaccessible. I thought it was because of high traffic as it was during the PRU 2008 in March. The actual reason is :

Malaysia Today blocked! Order from MCMC
Aug 27, 08 5:29pm

Popular news website Malaysia Today had its access blocked by the country’s largest internet service provider (ISP) TMnet.
– ‘Insensitive comments’
– Zero censorship promise at stake?

Taken from :

So if you want read Malaysia Today, please go to harapanmalaysia.com


[P44] D-Day – Victory Parade

August 27, 2008


[P44] A New Dawn On The Horizon

August 27, 2008

Dear Sir, you have our unwavering support to bring our beloved Malaysia a new dawn. Fulfill your promise & be the best Prime Minister we’ll ever had. May Allah’s blessings be with you.

– PRESS STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –
PERMATANG PAUH, MALAYSIA, 26 AUGUST 2008

We won! And our victory is decisive and overwhelming.

I share in the joy felt by all Malaysians on this historic day. This is a victory for the people. And it’s great to be back!

On March 8th Malaysians voted for a New Dawn. Today, on the eve of our independence day, we have reasserted that call. We celebrate our nation’s independence in the spirit that our founding fathers intended – a nation of one and a people united.

In the face of the greatest adversity, our campaign focused on the issues that matter to Malaysians. Our calls for national unity, good governance and a vibrant democracy have silenced the voices of racist chanting, those who profit from the abuse of power and exploit the politics of fear and deceit.

We have promised a New Dawn for Malaysia and we will deliver on our promise. We will forge ahead on our Malaysian Economic Agenda to revive the economy, and to uplift the poor and the marginalized of all races. We will restore the integrity of the judiciary, fight corruption and build a truly unified nation.

We will be a government that is totally committed to realizing the people’s aspirations.

With the success of the eight of March and tonight’s resounding victory, I daresay we are indeed ready to face the challenges of the future, together.

We could not have won without the firm, unwavering support of our friends in the Pakatan Rakyat and the tens of thousands of Malaysians – Malays, Chinese, Indians, Ibans, Kadhazans – who have come to Permatang Pauh to work hard for this victory. I truly appreciate your courage, conviction and valour; and congratulate your commitment to our shared principles of freedom, justice and democracy.

This may be one small step for Permatang Pauh but one giant leap for the people of Malaysia.

ANWAR IBRAHIM

Taken from :


[P44] Forever Strong

August 26, 2008

Courtesy of mob1900.blogspot.com

p.s. : This is my 14th post for today. The most postings I’ve ever made in one day, hahaha.


[P44] D-Day – Yes, We Have A Winner

August 26, 2008

People of Malaysia, I present to you, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim,
MP for P44 Permatang Pauh.

The result :