All praises to Guru G for his guidance.If something happens to me, you know who did it.
Yesterday, as I was browsing through, something caught my attention. The Prime Minister wife was personally invited to attend an event in Qatar and Malaysian government had approved the usage of government jet that can cost a whopping RM 470000 for a single flight. That’s your tax money by the way…
Well, tax money being misused is not something new to us anyway. The opposition was once again riled by this attitude of overspending our money thus came the reply from Putrajaya…
Putrajaya has defended Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor’s recent use of a government jet for her trip to Qatar, saying the trip was “fruitful”.
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim said Malaysians should be proud that the Prime Minister’s wife was invited to the Gulf state to discuss “many things”.
This type of things sometimes pisses me off. As if misusing our funds is not bad enough, they come and defend these acts with utterly ridiculous statements without the backing of any solid data.
When I was around the age of 14, I used to follow a few ‘seniors’ of mine who was very active in downloading God into their body. There is a Kali temple inside the Klang graveyard, so we used to frequent the temple every now and then. Multiple poojas would be conducted by these self-trained priests, almost all the time screaming hysterically; probably from being possessed by some spirits. Coming to think of it now, it was indeed a horrifying experience; sitting deep inside a temple located inside a graveyard surrounded by multiple Machas with their tongues wiggling out depicting Goddess Kali, staring sharply at you and predicting how my future would be. Once the downloading and drama is over, they would sit down and have a few balut (weed).
All these inside the temple.
A separate section from the temple we used to lepak. This is Pechayiamman. A very rare statue.
Let’s go to the recent Muniswarar temple demolition issue.
“Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Mansor said the priest visited the shrine prior to Deepavali and found only six worshippers.
“The priest went to the toilet, and he found hard liquor stored inside. The priest said that it’s a disgrace to his religion,” he said today.”
First thing first, it’s obvious that the temple was not entirely demolished.
Second, all those muttal Indians who followed Waythamoorty sutte to vote for BN deserve this of course, because you voted them to power thinking that they can be trusted. That Memorandum of Understanding signed by Waythamoorthy is not even worth toilet paper in the eyes of Najib. Continue Reading –>
I was in Perak when our Prime Minister; Najib presented Budget 2014, which makes no difference to us anyway; but makes a lot of difference to the government cronies like UMNO, MCA and MIC. As usual, millions were thrown in here and there, and as a citizen of this country, we were advised to save on our bills, and live moderately. PM even announced that the cut in sugar subsidy would actually help to improve our sex life; which is important because the government needs to fuck us all the time.
“THE utility bills of the Prime Minister’s official residence Seri Perdana in Putrajaya came to RM2.3mil last year, says Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim.
In a written reply to Anthony Loke (DAP-Seremban), he said RM2,237,788.13 was spent on electricity while RM311,174.25 was spent on water throughout 2012.
Shahidan also said that the electricity and water bills for the Deputy Prime Minister’s official residence Sri Satria were RM865,458.56 and RM99,264.03 for last year.”
A whopping RM 2.3 million just for utility bills alone and our PM is talking about living moderately. Of course, no one can question them anyway. A good example is the recent Auditor General report; despite millions of public funds wasted by corrupted officials, none of them would be investigated or charged. Continue Reading –>
“A Muslim rights group has urged Christians in the country to accept the Court of Appeal’s decision on the Allah issue or consider migrating.
Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia president Abdullah Zaik Abd Rahman said Christians must accept the supremacy of Islam in the country and safeguard the country’s harmony among races and religion.
He warned that Muslims will oppose any move which threatened their position in the Constitution.”
The amount of shit being spewed by our local good-for-nothing NGO’s including people like Ibrahim Ali are beyond amazing. I’m seriously fucking raged, as if we do not have enough issues to migrate already; this piece of fucks seems to think that they have the rights to order us out of the country anytime they feel so.
Musuh musuh kami ! Fuyo, ayat power nak mampus
Who gave us the right to rule on how we should address the supreme energy of the universe? It’s funny that this matter was even brought to court. What is mere word in front of faith? I’ve uttered Allah thousands of times while singing Bhajan and during my school assembly, and though I no longer believe in the concept of organized religion, I believe in the Supreme Spirit. Every Monday morning during my schooling days assembly, we chorus out Allah while singing out loud and proud. None of my Muslim mates were offended. I also found out that the Herald(the publication alleged of misusing the word Allah) had been published since the year 1994. Why did no one raise any objection all these while? Continue Reading –>
The article was written based on what I saw and heard. Something else might have transpired there.
I was in Changkat last night, together with three of my friends; one of them is a cop. After finishing our prayers, it was already around 2 am when we parted ways and I left. I decided to eat steamboat, so I picked a few sticks and dipped it inside the saucy boiling water. Just when I pulled out the sticks, I heard a commotion.
Of course; a fight.
Around 10 Machas were chasing down a white guy, who clearly looks frightened. He slumped near the steam boat van and to my horror; his face had already been disfigured and bleeding profusely. He pleads for mercy while the Machas continues to shout to him…
“Hey, zey sorry!”
I seriously have no idea what the white guy had really done; but I overheard some of the conversation. It seems like the guy had disturbed another guy or girl in the club.
“Veleh karen punde adi vanggena, kandipa melesiyake thiripi varamatan”, said one of the guy happily discussing about it and laughing out loud.
Clearly it was not a heavy case. Just a misunderstanding. Though I was feeling tipsy and felt braver, I basically could not do anything to stop the violence. All the Machas were heavily tattooed and it’s a guarantee that someone like me will be squashed within minutes if I had tried to help. But why 10 against 1 helpless white man? Continue Reading –>
I’ve been receiving a video clip showing dogs being captured by municipal council workers and people are going emotional that this is animal cruelty of the highest order. The workers can be seen in the video clip mistreating the dogs captured, and at least one of it is bleeding from its mouth. People as usual are calling for these ‘bastards’ to be killed or to be tortured the same way.Some are saying that these workers would go to hell for doing this…
I’ve stressed this many times, and people don’t like when I talk about it. You must understand that there are different types of animals; such as cows, goats, pigs, chicken and fish. You think only dogs has problems?
Chickens also got problem.
Sick and deformed chickens suffering inside a chicken factory farm
Goats also got problem.
Couple killed in action for Deepavali function
While I absolutely agree that the dogs should not have been tortured, I couldn’t agree with the way people are reacting towards the municipal workers. This is because we’re no better than them, in fact might be far even worst. Continue Reading –>
From the days I started writing, I had always been critical about our beliefs and things we do in the name of God. The path of spiritual is subjective, people will only believe in what they want to believe, ignoring the rest in pursuit of the interest they’ve been conditioned in ever since they were young.
In Malaysia, our spiritual belief is extremely strong. Some rubs pig’s ass thinking that will bring good luck, while some run after few holy men thinking that they’re God. A prime example is shown below of how people might misinterpret teachings of their guru and come up with ridiculously idiotic stories. This sometimes perplexes me.
This was circulating around in Facebook today.
I’m not really sure who’s behind this, and how far this is true. But I’ll let you judge it yourself.
Recently a video clip is circulating around the net showing up Nagini Druvinka Puri in Ipoh Shirdi Sai center blessing the crowd of curious devotees. The video spread like wild fire, of course attracting hundreds of negative comments. I don’t blame anyone who has commented about her, but I don’t think she deserves it. Continue Reading –>
September 24th, 2013 | Category: Divine/Holy | SK Durai
“Sanjeevan, 29, was shot by assailants at a road junction near his family home in Bahau, Negeri Sembilan.
The memories since that day are hazy, but he remembers the moment his life flashed before his eyes vividly.
“I wound down my window at the junction when I saw a motorcycle behind me with two Indian fellows on it.
“In my rearview mirror I saw the pillion rider get off the bike and walk towards me. I saw the gun he pulled out and I thought ‘that was it!’
When Sanjeevan was shot, I was out of town. I did not have access to the Internet and the first thing I read when I came back a couple of days later, was that Sanjeevan had been shot. I’ve personally received a number of threats, be it through email, Facebook , my blogs, and calls. Of course, I did not really bother. I’ve always treated it like a joke.
But when the shooting spree started, for no reason I began to feel restless. I got worried about what I do and about my family. Of course, I was paranoid. Whenever I stop my car in traffic lights, I used to distance myself from the car in front; worried that some Machas would pull out a gun. Continue Reading –>
I’ve written about many issues in this blog, highlighting crime and social issues which are plaguing our community today. The vast majority of young Indian boys are now getting involved in gangs, some of them without knowing what they’re getting themselves into…
Last week, netizens were busy sharing a video clip showing a 33 year old man writhing in pain after being slashed up without mercy by rival gang members. Look around you, you will know where our boys are going nowadays. Take a look at numerous funeral of Indian boys, the deceased friends would proudly be displaying gang flags and symbols in their parade.
Young boys nowadays are even more dangerous than other organized crimes in this country. They act emotionally, without knowing the consequences.
It’s been years since I’ve ever been to club, but due to invitation by very close friends; I walked in to an Indian club in Changkat recently. Young Machas were dancing their heart out, and the crowd looked fairly decent. After a few rounds, I wanted to dance. While dancing, I accidentally (I repeat ACCIDENTALY) stepped on one of the Indian guy shoe who was dancing there. I quickly smiled at him, shaked his hand, tapped his shoulder and said ‘Sorry bro, silap’. He looked at me with no emotion. I retreated (chinne payen kitte adi vangge venamene) and went back to my table . From that moment onwards, he and his team mates started the staring game. Though I was well protected, my friend thought it was no longer safe for me to be there and we left.
See how such a small incident can tick them off so badly…
I was in a temple a week back; and the only priest there happens to be a friend of mine. There was another young couple, in their early 20’s with a baby in their hand. The priest started the ritual , and then went to the couple. Usually you will have to say your name and those who are in your family, so that he can perform the rituals. I saw the priest frowning when they whispered the name,obviously not pleased.
When I spoke to him later, he told me that they’ve done prayers for the well being of Dato Seri Yoga Ngana Sittar, a well known man among Malaysian Indian community today. He further went on explaining how poor the couple is and yet they were willing to borrow money from him(the priest) to attend a specific course.
Now, when I posted a picture of this guru a week back in my fan page asking for opinion, many of their followers started their mild threats against me. I actually wanted positive response from them, but instead they asked me not to question their guru. They ask me not to talk if I’ve not attended the course.