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Friday, September 2, 2011

Bid for my kid

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Open to offers ... the scared lad chained to a post in China
A TWISTED dad chained his eight-year-old son to a lamppost and tried to AUCTION him to strangers.
Yong Tsui offered the terrified child as a slave because he wanted him off his hands.

Shocking footage shows girl, four, driving car down motorway

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Behind the wheel ... Little Jia Zheng overtakes on motorway
A GIRL of FOUR has been filmed driving down a busy main road while her dad shouts instructions from the back seat.
The incredible footage, apparently shot by the girl's mother, shows her speeding along a four-lane motorway, calmly overtaking other cars as she goes.
In the background, her parents can be heard reminding the youngster — who is not wearing a seatbelt — to look ahead and not be distracted.

Video: Chinese girl aged 4 drives car

SHOCK after parents film tiny young daughter driving on busy China road











At one point, as she overtakes an SUV, her father says: "Concentrate! Be careful when passing other vehicles."
When stopping at a set of traffic lights, the girl mistakenly queues in the left-turn lane. But she skilfully spins the wheel and pulls into the neighbouring lane to continue the journey.
After several minutes of driving her father says: "Jia Zheng, stop the car. Let daddy drive."
The man then jumps out and slides into the driving seat. He is seen removing a set of stilts the youngster was using to control the pedals.
The extraordinary video was shot in Jinan, Shandong Province, China, and posted on YouTube.
The girl's actions are reminiscent of Short Round from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
In the film, the 11-year-old taxi driver, played by Jonathan Ke Quan, famously drives recklessly around Shanghai with boxes strapped to the soles of his shoes.

Sir Najib Tun Razak is the new Colonial Master

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Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, in a Twitter feed on Merdeka Day, reminded the people not to forget the sacrifices of past leaders in freeing Malaysia from the colonialists.
"In the joy of Aidilfitri, I hope we do not forget the struggles of our forefathers in fighting for the country's independence. Happy 54th Merdeka Day," he added.
Very ironically and in reality, the rakyat of Malaysia are still being “colonised” till this day by a colonialist power name “Umno” with the current Colonial Master being Sir Najib Tun Razak.
The re-colonisation began in 1981 when Dr Mahathir Mohammad donned the mantle of British supremacy and with his Executive supremacy even outdid the white colonial master in many ways during the 22 years that followed!

Thai girl who lost legs in MRT accident was 'negligent'

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Appropriate safety measures were in place at Ang Mo Kio MRT station and Thai victim Nitcharee Peneakchanasak, 15, was negligent about ensuring her own safety while waiting for the train, said a statement from SMRT.
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A leaked US Embassy cable has lent credence to Pakatan Rakyat leader Anwar Ibrahim's claim that a group of Sabah and Sarawak politicians had planned to defect from the BN on Sept 16, 2008, over the marginalisation of the two states.
An entry in the cable, posted by Wikileaks, quotes former Sabah chief minister Salleh Said Keruak (right) as telling US Embassy officials that potentially more than half of the 25 Sabah MPs were ready to abandon the BN, following the precedent set by the SAPP.
The cable claimed further that embassy officials found "no expressions of support" for Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's leadership among the senior Sabah politicians who held a series of meetings in the state from June 18-20 that year.

Anwar, a step closer to being the next PM despite jail and death threats

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There is a penchant for controversies in this country. Every little thing can be blown out of proportion. Every little statement, every little misplaced word can be used against you, especially if you are with the Opposition. It only needs the mainstream media or MSM to publicize it, and everyone goes into a frenzy, debating it.
Lately, PAS leader Mat Sabu’s speech in Penang has caused a commotion in the country. At least 49 police reports were made and BN leaders rose in unison to condemn his speech. The police now want to question him and the Deputy Prime Minister Muhyddin Yassin has urged him to 'repent' and 'stop telling lies'. But despite the drama, give it another month, and nobody will recall anymore what Mat Sabu allegedly said.
The same with the ‘Allah’ issue, the Malay Bibles issue and the Christian prime minister row. All these came with a bang and went with a whimper.

10 Most Shocking: Celebrity sex tape scandals

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Sex tape star ... Kim Kardashian
In 2007, the newlywed socialite's hotel room romp with then-boyfriend and R'n'B singer Ray J became a huge hit when it leaked on to the internet.
Despite her best efforts to keep the 39-minute clip private, Kim's video has now been viewed millions of times worldwide.
And it has made her a pretty penny in the process. She's grossed £3million from it after striking a deal with the current rights holders.
And in tribute to the saucy clip here are ten more celebs whose bedroom antics have been exposed on the internet.

Germans caught romping in road

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Saucy ... couple romping in street

THIS is the shocking scene that greeted drivers in Germany as a brazen couple romped in the middle of a busy road.

The daring duo are being hunted after a motorist passed on the saucy snap to cops.
A police spokesman said: "We want to find this couple because such behaviour is not permissible."
The open air sex session took place on Sunday in the industrial city of Krefeld, West Germany.
Motorists said the cheeky pair were at it for at least ten minutes.
A local cab driver said: "I nearly crashed my cab, it's not something you see every day in the middle of the road."

Pizza Sex-press

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Spicy hot ones ... couple's session in pizza restaurant

TWO saucy lovers topped off a night at a Pizza Express when it shut — by having sex unaware passers-by were gawping.

The passionate pair were so overcome by lust they FORGOT they could be seen through the window of the brightly-lit eaterie.
Laughing crowds gathered outside — with many grabbing their camera phones to take snaps.

Copping off

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Police officer is filmed having sex on bonnet

Busted ... cop is caught having sex on car bonnet

THIS is the moment a police officer is caught on CCTV having sex over the bonnet of a car – in full uniform.

The cop is seen romping with a half-naked woman in broad daylight – as a small Chihuahua dog looks on.
But what the randy cop doesn't realise is that he is being filmed by a cop camera put in place to catch vandals.
The steamy scene was captured at Santa Fe Canyon Ranch, in New Mexico, US.
Members of the public have called for action to be taken against the officer.
One told local channel KOB 4 News: "With that kind of judgement you don't want him carrying a weapon."
State Police have refused to comment on whether the officer was on duty at the time.
So far no-one is facing any charges.

Umno is going to collapse very soon, says Mat Sabu

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KUALA LUMPUR - PAS is close to declaring itself victors in its contest with Umno for the Malay rural vote during Hari Raya, with its deputy president Mohamad Sabu confidently saying that “Umno is going to collapse very soon”.

The vocal leader, who has been battling criticisms for his Bukit Kepong tragedy remarks, insisted to The Malaysian Insider yesterday that the party’s Hari Raya campaign blitz had been successful in garnering more Malay support for the federal opposition.
“Our ceramahs in the suraus and the mosques have been great. Very good response from the people,” he said.

RM24mil Rosmah ring: Utusan lied to deceive the rural Malays, says SAMM

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Malaysian youth movement, Solidariti Anak Muda Malaysia or SAMM, has accused the UMNO-owned Utusan newspaper of intentionally twisting the truth so as to deceive rural Malay readers about the true situation concerning a gargantuan RM24.4 million diamond allegedly brought into the country via improprer means by Rosmah Mansor, the wife of Prime Minister Najib Razak.
In a recent news report, Utusan had accused SAMM chief Badrul Hisham Shahrin of being a "coward" and for not making a report with the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission if the ring allegations were true.
This despite Badrul having lodged a report at the MACC on July 13 after receiving a tip off in mid-April that the “Natural Fancy Gray Cushion Cut Diamond” had been flow in through the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, without tax being declared.

Raped by soldiers, killed by dad

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A Libyan father slit the throats of his three teenage daughters in an 'honour killing' after they were raped by Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's loyalists during the siege of the port city of Misrata.
The shocking incidents have been mentioned in a report by the respected Physicians for Human Rights group into war crimes and atrocities in the embattled city, which faced two months of being cut off from the rest of Libya.

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

A 20kg giant frog found in Negri Sembilan

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A man in Gemencheh, Negri Sembilan, claims he has seen a huge frog weighing 20kg, the normal weight of seven or eight year old child.
According to mysinchew.com, the man witnessed the capture of the gigantic amphibian by an orang asli (aborigine) tribesman by the side of a river in a mountainous area, two weeks ago.
A photo of the frog, secretly taken with a cell phone camera, shows details of the frog, such as hind legs that are comparable with those of the child.
Apparently, the man who took the photo offered the tribesman RM500 to buy the frog but he demanded RM1,000 for it.
The man agreed and decided to return home to get more money.
However, when he returned, he found that the frog had already been slaughtered and eaten.
It was reported that the orang asli man fell ill after eating the frog and has been bed-ridden since then.

M'sians have no driving skills, says don

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KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian motorists only have the know-how to pass their driver's test but not the skills to drive, said public transportation expert Prof Dr Abdul Rahim Nor.
"The driving licence does not stand as testimony to their driving skills.
"As soon as they get their licence, they start driving.
"They are really not fit enough to drive and just end up a nuisance on the roads," said Prof Abdul Rahim, who is also Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia's Social, Development and Environmental Studies School head.

After the celebrations, will M'sia get a new Tun Najib and Toh Puan Rosmah

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So the academics have come out to offer their views on the issue of Malay disunity.
In consensus with the Perak Mufti Harussani Zakaria, who blamed it on Prime Minister Najib Razak's weak and corrupt government, Professor Madya Mohammad Agus Yussoff has said that the deterioration was also caused by government inaction to listen and to accept the varied views of the people
“I fully agree with the views of Harussani, but I would like to add that another cause of Malay disunity is the government’s refusal to open their ears and listen to the Rakyat’s differences. If the government is serious about Malay Unity, the government must listen and accept the views as to why the Malays are split but the problem is that the government refuses to listen. The Malay split is also because of discrimination and injustice to the Malays themselves as what happened in Kelantan and that’s why there is a split.”

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Clamping dissent prompts online attacks

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Sweeping sensitive issues under the carpet will only lead to public backlash or mass emigration, warned a local sociologist.
PETALING JAYA: “Well, all things must come to an end, including BN (Barisan Nasional).” This was a comment made by a FMT reader known only as “boniyoniku” on an article entitled “World’s oldest panda dies”.
The article – which had nothing to do whatsoever with local political developments – described how the oldest panda in the world died of natural causes.
A quick glance through FMT’s daily news stories also revealed many a reader’s baffling attempts at connecting unrelated stories with Malaysian politics.
Other comments also appeared to be tinged with personal attacks, with characters being singled out for slamming.

Muslims celebrate Aidilfitri in joyous atmosphere

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Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin and Raja Permaisuri Agong Tuanku Nur Zahirah hosted Aidilfitri open house at the Istana Negara here today.
KUALA LUMPUR: Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin and Raja Permaisuri Agong Tuanku Nur Zahirah hosted Aidilfitri open house at the Istana Negara here today.
The open house session for dignitaries was attended by Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor, Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin and his wife Noorainee Abdul Rahman as well as cabinet ministers and foreign diplomats.
Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and his wife, Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohamed Ali, were also among the 500 guests who attended the open house.

Fact or fiction: Malays who do not vote for Umno are disloyal

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Politics in essence is divisive. Politicking primordially leads to divisiveness among people of the same race and religion. However, to say that ‘if a Malay does not vote for UMNO he hates the Malays’ is too implausible a statement. A Malay who votes for PAS, PKR or DAP - in all probability - still loves his ethnic race. Politics is fundamentally based on thoughts and sets of guidelines espoused by individuals. It could be affiliated to or transcends race and religion but to sponsor the theory that people of a single race or religion should be affiliated to a single political party is utopianism or impractical. In reality, this phenomenon could never come about in almost all societies.
Just recently a senior UMNO leader opinionated that the Malays must subscribe to one party and that is UMNO. Lately the MIC echoed the same sentiment – Indians must be cohesively knitted under a single party that is MIC. A MCA leader ricocheted and huffily beamed that he wants all Chinese to pledge support for MCA, whilst accusing DAP to be a political spoiler. A naive conception of this nature is rather a skewed impression of humankind. Theoretically, this inane prescription by some self-seeking politicians gives a fair-enough impression in the Malaysian context that those in power would want to back a monopolistic fixture in politics.

Not much for Najib and Rosmah to celebrate this Raya: Succession plan in Dec?

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The sharp 6 percentage point plunge in Prime Minister Najib Razak's approval rating is likely to set in motion two major decisions by the top UMNO leadership, already disgruntled with his underperformance since being appointed to replace Abdullah Badawi in April 2009.
The first is the decision to hold the 13th general election before the end of this year, most likely towards the end of October or in early November. The second is that, whatever the outcome of the GE, the curtains will fall on the Najib administration and he will be replaced by another leader, most likely his deputy Muhyiddin Yassin during party polls due to be held next year.
Sources told Malaysia Chronicle that Najib could not believe his popularity could drop so much within a three-month period, and he ordered parallel surveys to be conducted. But these too pointed to a big drop in public approval for him.

He raped us, says Gaddafi's female bodyguards

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FIVE women who were part of Muammar Gaddafi's elite team of female bodyguards have reportedly claimed they were raped by the deposed Libyan leader.

According to the Sunday Times of Malta, the former bodyguards told a Benghazi-based psychologist they were raped and abused by Gaddafi and his sons, before being tossed aside once the men became "bored" with them.
The details are reportedly being collected by psychologist Seham Sergewa for possible use by the International Criminal Court, which has issued a warrant for the arrest of Gaddafi and his top associates, including son Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, for suspected war crimes.

Mat Sabu to sue Utusan over ‘false report’

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The PAS deputy president calls Utusan's report “lies and distortions”.
PETALING JAYA: PAS deputy president, Mohamad Sabu, will take legal action against Utusan Malaysia for the “distorted and false” reporting of his ceramah in Penang’s Tasek Gelugor on Augt 21.
Last Saturday, the Umno-owned daily had quoted the PAS leader as saying that the communists who attacked the Bukit Kepong police station during the Emergency on Feb 3, 1950, were heroes and not the 17 policemen who died in the attack.
Utusan also quoted him as saying that the country’s first prime minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman, and Umno’s first president, Onn Jaafar, should not be recognised as freedom fighters because they were also British officers.

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Caught on video: M'sian cop lets S'porean driver off after bribe

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A Singaporean driver who posted on the Internet a video of his bribe exchange with a Malaysian traffic policeman is facing a backlash from irate netizens.
Forum members on citizen journalism website Stomp are slamming him for the unwarranted "publicity" which they say will result either in a crackdown on the 'kopi money' practice, or the perpetuation of cops asking for bribes from motorists.
The footage, uploaded on Stomp and YouTube, is dated on the morning of July 8 and shows the driver being pulled over by Malaysian police in a highway road block.

If ring not linked to Rosmah, how come it belongs to Maira :Badrul asks Anuar

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PKR leader Badrul Hisham Shahrin, popularly known as Chegubard, has hit out at party turncoat Anuar Shaari over a RM24.4 million diamond ring that allegedly belonged to Rosmah Mansor, the controversial wife of Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Rosmah has been accused of buying the ring and bringing it into Malaysia without paying tax.
Receiving the information, which has been circulating like wildfire on the Internet, Badrul had lodged a report with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission.
That led Anuar, his former comrade-turned-foe, to lash out at him. Anuar challenged Badrul to make a similar report with the police and also accused him of making up the allegations against Rosmah.
"Anuar knows the actual situation in Umno - that all decisions indirectly come from Rosmah. He is trying to show his support to attract Rosmah's attention. He is hoping that he can have a chance to contest a seat in the coming general election," Badrul fired back.

Al-Qaeda's No. 2 killed in Pakistan

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WASHINGTON - Al-Qaeda's number two Atiyah abd al-Rahman has been killed in Pakistan, the United States said on Saturday, claiming another "tremendous" blow to the group following the death of Osama bin Laden.
A senior US official said that Rahman was killed in tribal Waziristan on August 22 after being deeply involved in directing operations for Al-Qaeda. The official did not divulge the exact circumstances of his death.
Local officials in the tribal region however told AFP last week that a US drone strike on August 22 on a vehicle in North Waziristan killed at least four militants. It was not clear if the two incidents were connected.

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