Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Happy birthday LKS

Mr.Lim Kit Siang turns 72 today - a birthday greeting to this great Malaysian

Thank you for having been an inspiration for many other Malaysians like me with your relentless fight for justice for over 5 decades

May you be blessed with many more years of good health to lead the country together with your Pakatan colleagues to a safe and sane future.

Wishing you every success in your fight for justice for all.
Rest assured of our support in the 13GE as we together will remain united to bring change,
A CHANGE that our country badly needs.

May God bless you and your family abundantly
Happy Birthday Sir

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Never get involved with a married man


Taken from Free Malaysia Today

February 19, 2013

Here are some sound reasons as to why you shouldn't be dating a married man.
LONDON: The reasons to not get involved with a married man are plenty — heartbreaks, being called the ‘other woman’ so on and so forth. Here are some sound reasons as to why you shouldn’t be dating a married man.


No matter how much you try to prove yourself right — there are no justifications when it comes to dating a married person. It is considered to be ‘ethically wrong’ and could hamper your life in more ways than one.

Second best

When you get involved with a married man, no matter how much he claims you to be his true love, at the end of the day, his wife and family (kids) will be his first priority. Remember that he will come up with a host of excuses to cover up for cheating on his family — but when it comes to choosing between his family and you, it will always be his family.


Another reason to not get involved with a married man is lies. Men who have a wife and children at home, will lie to you endlessly for not being able to meet up with you, or not being able to accompany you for shopping or a movie.

Would you like it?

Just for a second, wait and think. Had you found out that your husband is cheating not only on you but your kids as well — would you approve of it? Let it pass by? Cheating in any form is disgraceful. More than that, you can never guarantee that he will leave his wife and kids and accept you legally.

– Agencies

Saturday, February 09, 2013

Gong Xi Fa Cai

 Gong Xi Fa Cai
A very Happy and Prosperous Chinese New year to all Malaysians.
May the year of the snake bring about the change and  hope for the dawn of a new Malaysia for all.

Wishing all a joyous new year with friends and families.

Friday, February 01, 2013

More than goodwill needed to win the Indians

Pesta  Unity Pongal (Otrumai Pongal)

It was amusing to know about the national level Unity Pongal is being organised on 2 February at Dataran Merdeka.It will be officiated by none other than our Prime Minister,Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak himself.

Of late the Prime Minister  has taken great pains to show his goodwill and concern for the plight of Indians in the country. A had spend and continuing to spend huge amounts of money and his time to woo them back into the Barisan Nasional fold.Their support at the coming 13GE is paramount to BN’s victory at the most crucial polls ever.

Najib may be made to believe that his goodwill alone may be enough to win over the Indians who are plagued with surmountable problems that they cannot overcome without the assistance of the government. 

Despite these goodwill gestures by the PM atrocities against the Indians continue unabated. Cruelty and death in police custody continue without any action against the culprits. Demolitions of temples continue indiscriminately. Many Indians from the lower socio-economic group who born and bred here are denied citizenship and remain stateless thereby forcing them into criminal activities and other vices. The Indian children are discriminated in schools, denied education and the youths unable to get decent jobs in public and even private institutions.

Under such circumstances goodwill of one man alone, Najib alone is not going to help the Indians out of their pitiful state. Participating in grand celebrations of the various festivals, cash handouts and donations to Indian-run institutions are not going bring long-term support from the Indians for the BN.
Much more sincere actions are needed government to overcome the woes of the Indians.

Firstly it must respect them as legitimate citizens. Secondly treat them with dignity, as they are here to stay. Thirdly grant them their rights without undue harassment - education, jobs and due recognition for their talents, contributions and sacrifices which are numerous. 

Goodwill of the PM alone is not going to succeed but that goodwill of the top man must disseminate into the lower levels of his party and the government institutions under his control and be transformed into sincere actions to improve the well being of the Indians.

The majority of Indians today are mature and wise enough to evaluate the promises of both BN and PR.The former with 55 years in power has failed to truly uplift the socio-economic status of the Indians to the expected level and many are doubtful whether giving another 5 years going to make any difference. On the other hand PR may be untested but had made many promises that are heart-warming. Whether it will and can fulfill these promises cannot be known unless given a chance to do so.

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