Friday, May 23, 2008

Children reading BolehJokes?

Hi everyone,


I was made aware that there are children reading BolehJokes. Trust me, it is not my intention to teach them vulgarity though. It was just an expression of anger. Hence, I was thinking of replacing the handsign to the below. What do you think?
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BOLEHLAND BREAKING NEWS: Karpal lodges police report against Mahathir

(Malaysiakini) Bukit Gelugor MP Karpal Singh wants the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) to investigate former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad on his recent allegations that several judges had lobbied for promotion during his time in office. He wants the ACA not only to investigate the allegations but also as to why Mahathir did not lodge a police report for the overtures of the judges and or persons concerned. According to the senior lawyer, Mahathir has fallen foul of the Anti- Corruption Act 1997. At a forum in Johor Baru last weekend, Mahathir revealed that several judges had lobbied him for promotions when he was the country's fourth Prime Minister for 22 years (1981 - 2003). Speaking on the allegations that he was at the centre of a judicial appointment scandal in 2001, the 83-year-old veteran politician said he would "love to be in court to testify about the scandal." Only then, the former premier said, he could reveal what went on behind the scenes at the time and instances of judges lobbying him for promotions.



Arrest Dr M under ISA


Give former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad a taste of his own medicine by arresting him under the draconian Internal Security Act (ISA), which allows detention without trial. Datuk Param Cumaraswamy, the former UN rapporteur for the independence of judges and lawyers, alleged that Mahathir’s remarks in his May 17 speech “not only bordered on sedition but, applying his own standards, qualifies him for detention under the ISA”. In his address to about 1,000 people in Johor, Mahathir had reportedly cited the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) group’s list of demands contained in a memorandum and asked if anyone knew the implications of those demands.



“What does it say? Malaysia for Malaysians! This is the reality of the present situation. If we do not speak up, if we choose to keep quiet, we will lose our rights and the other races will take over” the Malaysian Insider news portal quoted him as saying.

“When that happens, it will be like Singapore. Do you think we will still have control?” said Mahathir in his speech.

According to Param, he had written to Mahathir in December 1987 to inquire as to the reasons for the detention of his political opponents under the tough security law during ‘Ops Lalang’ crackdown.

He needs ‘rehabilitation’ in Kamunting

In that operation, Mahathir had more than 100 political rivals and social activists detained and three newspapers shut down in the wake of a bitter split within his Umno party and tensions stirred up over the issue of Chinese education.

Recounting this, Param said if those persons were detained under the ISA during ‘Ops Lalang’ because they indulged in ‘race-baiting’ which Mahathir felt threatened the majority of Malaysians, then “the same criteria could now be applied to Mahathir for his speech in Johor”.



MB: RM27m spent by BN reps in two months


Selangor Menteri Besar Abdul Khalid Ibrahim today revealed that Barisan Nasional assemblypersons had spent 90.6 percent of the total state allocations within the first two months of this year. The grand total amounts to RM26,634,844.33 and a balance of RM2,907,155.76 remains, he said in reply to a question posed by Ng Suee Lim (DAP-Sekinchan).

He also noted that there was a number of trends in the amount of funds spent, such as a large number of Barisan representatives spending exactly RM492,800, and said that he would investigate the matter.

"Strangely, the previous speaker, who was not even a state assemblyperson, spent RM600,000," he told the House.
Balkis controversy

On a question by Lau Weng San (DAP-Kampung Tunku) on the Balkis controversy, Khalid said he had tried in vain to seek answers from the Registrar of Societies (ROS). He said that he had written three letters to the ROS since April but no reply was forthcoming.

"In the letters, we have asked for details on Balkis dissolution. But we have yet to receive any reply. We are still waiting for an answer," he said

The BolehJokes humors and thoughts:

Sharifa: Slowly but surely, all the hidden shits are coming out 1 by 1. Interesting. Toyol will be shaking!
Abdul Rahman: TOYOL! Explain! Son of a gun.

While waiting for feedback, I will keep to this!

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Keep with the way it is! I like that expression of anger.

Anonymous said...

Use 2 thumbs down for worst senario.

Anonymous said...

Thumbs cannot elaborate all the angers & frustrations better than the ever beautiful middle fingers. Keep the fingers! =)

Anonymous said...

Keep it the way it is! Frustrations need to be represented with a stronger sign.

anonymouse said...

No change. Remain the same please.

qwerty said...

Yes. Keep the fingers, forget the thumbs!

Anonymous said...

The shit are out slowly but surely. It's matter of time when excuses are out and guilty ones get what they deserve.

Anyway, keep the fingers. It's good to release anger rather than keeping it.

wil said...

middle fingers rox wei.

Anonymous said...

Aiyah. For children sake, don't show middle finger. No good wan!

Anonymous said...

Agree with most of the people here. Keep the fingers!

Anonymous said...

fingers remained

Anonymous said...

yeah man. Remain with the fingers. It's cool

Anonymous said...

Fingers la. This is bolehland mar

Anonymous said...

Yes, change it.

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