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Updated: 2018-02-02T16:23:10.853+08:00

 



Yes it is so embarassing to see them on tv,the lan...

2008-07-14T08:54:00.000+08:00

Yes it is so embarassing to see them on tv,the language and body language..the tone ...I dont even want my child to watch that on tv.



YB DP Marina, As usual Parliament is just a place ...

2008-07-13T14:07:00.000+08:00

YB DP Marina,

As usual Parliament is just a place for our Malaysian Ministers to 'berlakon' when in fact they spend time 'goyang kaki' and waste taxpayer's money. There are so many pressing issues and they deem so important to report and argue on MP skirts.

On another note, I have a humble request.

I respect your Dad and his blog is very well accepted to put it very mildly but I am more intrigued to have an insight on what drives the man to do what he does best.

I believe your Mom is the best person to describe the Tun to us layman folks - just for us to have an idea what makes the man tick!.

The second best person I can think of is you.

As a tribute for his birthday, can I humbly request that YAB Tun Siti Hasmah or you write a piece on your dad in your blog...

It will fun and very interesting.



malaysians will need visas to visit the united kin...

2008-07-12T01:20:00.000+08:00

malaysians will need visas to visit the united kingdom, WHY DO YOU THINK THIS IS?, BECAUSE OF A STUPID GOVERNMENT. THANK YOU BODOWI AND UMNO.WILL AUSTRALIA, N.Z. AND OTHER EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES FOLLOW SUIT, HAVE WE BECOME THE PARIAHS OF THE WORLD. ASK YOURSELF THIS QUESTION.
Visa plan for 'risky' visitors.
One of the risks posed is the possession of bogus passports
The government has warned 11 countries that their citizens will need visas to visit the UK unless they "significantly reduce" the risk they pose.

Listed are Brazil, Namibia, South Africa, Malaysia, Venezuela, Bolivia, Botswana, Lesotho, Mauritius, Swaziland, and Trinidad and Tobago.

A Home Office report identifies bogus passports, criminal acts and terrorism as possible risks posed by visitors.

It says the new visa requirements could become law by early 2009.

The new countries on the visa list have a combined population of more than 300 million - nearly 5% of the world's population.

We need to decide how to widen the visa net. We cannot and will not shy away from going wider

Liam Byrne, immigration minister

If visas are imposed on them, 80% of the world's population will be subject to visa entry requirements in order to visit the UK.

Because Britain is a member of the EU, citizens of European countries do not need visas to visit the UK.

Border and Immigration Minister Liam Byrne said: "We need to decide how to widen the visa net.

"We cannot and will not shy away from going wider and will, whenever we think there is a risk to the UK."

'Evidence of change'

He said the government will now "work with" the countries over the next six months in an effort to reduce the risks.

"If they are able to show evidence of change then there will be no need to introduce a visa regime," said Mr Byrne.

The criteria for the Home Office's Visa Waiver Test included looking at passport security and integrity; the degree of co-operation over deportation or the removal of a country's nationals from the UK.

Levels of illegal working in the UK and other immigration abuses, levels of crime and the risk of a visitor committing a terrorist act were also considered.
ARE MALAYSIANS NOW "TERRORISTS", "A RISK"
READ IT HERE
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7499713.stm



Don't understand why in Malaysia issues related ho...

2008-07-11T14:40:00.000+08:00

Don't understand why in Malaysia issues related how women should behave or dress in public become critical important to religious and political guys. Like this is most important and urgent to ensure the country's progress and it's peoples mental developement.

These guys in doing so actually reveal their true core hidden self and what occupy their mind most of the time. Since this is their core, they are useless for any important task. Take them out!

I say Thank God we are blessed with so many beautiful and strong women in this country. Appreciate/enjoy all the beauties in this world and move on!

http://www.whatsupmalaysia.blogspot.com



I have no idea what to think about Malaysia politi...

2008-07-11T12:36:00.000+08:00

I have no idea what to think about Malaysia politics anymore. How is it that talking sh** about panties, skirt lengths etc takes precedence over how to help the poor cope with food prices, lousy roads and law enforcement.

Miss Marina... if you will can you write your thoughts on this article

http://web7.bernama.com/bernama/v3/news_features.php?id=344763

I have my own thoughts about it... but it only consists of 1 word which is "KHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANNNNN!!!"



To be fair, maybe some of those journalists had to...

2008-07-11T12:25:00.000+08:00

To be fair, maybe some of those journalists had to cover two events, one at parliament, one at zouk, who knows. And with their salaries, one cannot have the entire wardrobe to fit in their cars, so, one attire to both functions.

But to be honest, being involved in several press conferences, I think most journalists are always decently dressed. Unless indecent meaning you cannot wear a pair of jeans to a formal parliament press conference, that I wouldn't know.

Good to hear something sane from Nazri once awhile. Gosh, we have such low expectations on our ministers these days.

Superman now cannot help Malaysian government, we know for a fact now.



to say i hate Nazri is an understatement. I loathe...

2008-07-11T10:30:00.000+08:00

to say i hate Nazri is an understatement. I loathe the chauvisnist son of monkey! Grrrrzzzz. What the hell is wrong the parliament these days? Small children brings up better issues than all of these MPs!



It is not a party that these people go to... It is...

2008-07-11T09:19:00.000+08:00

It is not a party that these people go to... It is a circus!! Have you seen these buggers in action?! OH MY GAWD!!

Sigh.. skirt or lack of it is an issue it seem. What about the hand gestures and the manner our ELECTED MPs behave and talk? Sigh.. So shameful....



Parliament has its own dress code & conduct. Repor...

2008-07-11T09:18:00.000+08:00

Parliament has its own dress code & conduct. Reporters should make themselves aware of the dos and don'ts. This should not be an issue.

http://nadzrikamsin.blogspot.com/



Imagine the length of skirts* now becomes a securi...

2008-07-11T02:32:00.000+08:00

Imagine the length of skirts* now becomes a security measure
Even though a missing laptop no longer becomes a noteworthy treasure
Unhealthy hand gestures fast becoming an open approved indoor pleasure
What else must we do next to qualify for our 'first world' venture?

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng - 110708
http://MotivationInMotion.blogspot.com
Fri. 11th July 2008.

(*Sorry, no Scots with bagpipes will ever qualify)



Dear Marina,It has become increasingly difficult f...

2008-07-11T00:07:00.000+08:00

Dear Marina,

It has become increasingly difficult for me to watch recordings of our parliamentary session without feeling of embarrassment.



Hi...ALL human societies espouse some moral code. ...

2008-07-10T23:27:00.000+08:00

Hi...

ALL human societies espouse some moral code. Do you not agree that such qualities as honesty, kindness, compassion, and altruism are cherished around the globe and are appealing to most of us?



now we know where the security guards were when th...

2008-07-10T21:33:00.000+08:00

now we know where the security guards were when the reporter from malaysiakini lost her laptop, watching skirts, on another point which i find hilirous and amusing is his statement,
" I don't allow double standards in the House, and this "I believe those who come to Parliament will know how to respect Parliament." well what about bung the dung with his obscene gesture which any std 1 child will tell you is a bad sign and if shown in our schools sure to kena rotan or kena telinga tarik. woder what he makes of bung the dung's lies and behaviour, this are the champions of bn, no wonder with these wonderkind the country is going down the drain.



Dear MarinaWhen the debate in Parliament has its f...

2008-07-10T20:20:00.000+08:00

Dear Marina

When the debate in Parliament has its focus on skirts, panties and getting one's knickers in a twist, then you know the writing is on the wall for this Govt.

When The Speaker can close one eye to Bungko artists making vulgar gestures openly, then you know its time to vote these goons out.

It's a pity that our MP's, who at the best of times cannot be said to be exemplary in Parliamentary gentlemanly behaviour, have to descend to gutter level!!
http://donplaypuks.blogspot.com