Click Here
Image Hosted by

Chelsea vs Malaysia
Firstly, am not a Chelsea supporter, just went to watch how the Malaysian got whacked by the Chelsea, however Chelsea did not perform well.. Maybe it's just a ground training match for them.. Well I can say there were around 50,000 fans supported Chelsea eventough they are Malaysian.. Game ended, Chelsea won 2-0.. Man of the match is Frank Lampard..

And lastly, it's not because am wearing blue Nike shoes, am a chelsea supporter.. Am always a Red Devil Fan..
Why I cry for our beautiful Malaysia
I write this with a extremely heavy heart. I have never been patriotic to Malaysia at any point in my life. I have never recited the Rukunegara. But today, after years of reading about the injustices that happen in our country, from politicians lining their pockets, the awarding of contracts to cronies, senior officials being charged with corruption and the mud-slinging between Anwar and Najib, my heart truly aches for our country Malaysia. Our failure lies in the fact that when we gained independence, we got it at a price, the price of racial segregation. Politicians used our race to polarise us. They told the Malays that they would be given privileges but only to lull them into a false sense ownership. Instead, they enriched a select group of Malays. They used race politics to keep us all in fear that if anyone talked about it, there would be bloodshed. Instead of governing, they allowed corruption to become so imbedded in our society that today, almost nothing is done without money having to change hands. We are heading down the path of self-destruction. The root of our problems lie with our politicians. They become politicians not to serve the people but to enrich themselves. When they are suspended to investigate alleged wrongdoings, they would rather quit. Why? In any developed and transparent society, when you are accused of something, you are usually put on leave while an investigation takes place to determine your innocence.
No one is suggesting that you did something wrong but all politicians have to understand that you are elected to serve the people. You have to hold yourself to a higher standard than anyone else. You cannot even be seen to be corrupt or involved in any wrongdoings and if you are, you should step aside and let your name be cleared and then return to your post. There are so many things that are fundamentally wrong with Malaysia that I am pretty certain that we cannot reverse the slide we are heading towards. The basic things that any government should be able to provide are not provided. Education to all, clean water, electricity, hospitals, road and public transport to name a few. I ask you to name one thing in Malaysia that actually works? I can’t really think of one (maybe I'm cynical so I can’t see it). Darwin's theory of evolution is on-going in Malaysia. Look at Singapore, a society that helps the best has become a developed nation while we have devolved by holding back our best with racist policies and laws. If anyone wants to know why we are where we are, just look at what we have done wrong for the last 50 years and reverse it, then maybe we might have a chance. Vietnam which was a communist country in the 70s now brings in more FDI than Malaysia. Where do you think we are going to be in 10 years? Which is why I cry for our country, Malaysia. Our beautiful Malaysia that is slowly bleeding to death while we can only stand and watch helplessly..

Source -
It's not about DNA, it's about credibility
‘… Anwar Ibrahim should not worry about giving his DNA samples if he were interested to seek the truth behind the sodomy allegations against him, said Home Minister Syed Hamid Albar.’ ‘…among the options the police were looking at was to bring in a DNA expert of Anwar’s choice so as to dispel any notion of a conspiracy involving the police.’ ‘…DNA does not lie. Give your sample and let the expert read it," Syed Hamid said.’ (Read: DNA doesn’t lie. Anwar refuses to co-operate in a DNA test. Therefore Anwar must be guilty). Disingenuous, or (willfully) ignorant, or both?
If it wasn’t clear to the Home Affairs Minister, then Sivarasa Rasiah, Anwar Ibrahim’s lawyer (and a geneticist to boot) has just reiterated that it was not the accuracy or reliability of DNA test results that were at issue: it’s the credibility, impartiality, and professionalism of the Malaysian police that is in question, as they proceed with their investigations and collection of evidence.
PAS’ leaders evidently didn’t need foreign DNA experts to understand this. In other words, a DNA match with a sample taken from Saiful’s orifices or stained garments or mattress proves nothing to the politically savvy ulama, for the reasons spelt out by Sivarasa Rasiah The political purpose of this charade is not to establish the factual truth of the matter, which will unavoidably be contestable as long as the possibility of planted DNA samples cannot be ruled out. Since the matter cannot be resolved unequivocally, the political purpose rather is to resuscitate and to prolong in the minds of some, the plausibility that Anwar might be a sodomist (irrelevant to me, but still a salacious detail that titillates my mee suah vendor who is a Pakatan Rakyat supporter and regularly engages me in coffee shop talk as he did today). Dr Mahathir of course has an interest in encouraging this having conveniently forgotten the dictum of the Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels: a lie, no matter how outrageous when repeated often enough eventually acquires the appearance of truth (or plausibility, which may be good enough). It's astonishing for instance that a simple detail like Anwar's state of dress during his medical examination while in custody (was he stripped naked?) can remain a matter of ambiguity for the public record, amidst the media spin and the (seemingly) contradictory statements of the parties directly concerned. Syed Hamid Albar has declared that his remarks to the press on the ongoing police investigations ‘were aimed at preventing confusion among the people’. On the contrary, I believe.
The way things are going, would it be surprising if at least some are persuaded that when nothing is certain, anything is possible, if not plausible. Like patriotism, ambiguity and confusion can be a convenient refuge for scoundrels. In between mouthfuls of mee suah and kopi o, we eventually agreed that it’s not so much about forensic science or evidentiary truth. It’s about politics, and perception and its manipulation, i.e. about strategies of persuasion and power.

Source -
Tragic star helps Batman film to shatter box office records

The new Batman film The Dark Knight is expected to take Britain by storm after smashing U.S. box office records. The movie, starring the late Heath Ledger as The Joker, raked in almost £77.5million in its opening weekend, beating the previous record-holder Spider-Man 3 by £2million. Buoyed by rave reviews and predictions that Ledger will pick up a posthumous Oscar for his role, interest in the film has been escalating.
The man who gave birth speaks for the first time of his 40-hour labour

Thomas Beatie says he is just like any other normal father. But he is about as far as you could be from typical. He claims to have given birth to the child. Although born a woman, Beatie had his breasts removed and lives outwardly as a man after changing his gender to male. The 34-year-old says he retained his female sex organs because he intended to have children one day. He conceived with sperm from a donor and was inseminated at home by his 45-year-old wife Nancy, using a do-it-yourself kit. Despite opposition from family, friends and the medical profession he continued with the controversial pregnancy and says that on June 29 he delivered Susan Juliette. Yesterday Beatie, from Bend, in Oregon, spoke for the first time about the 40-hour labour, describing it as the 'experience of a lifetime'. He said: 'It was simply amazing and beautiful and is a moment I will cherish for the rest of my life.
'Everyone thought I was going to have a caesarean but I always knew I wanted a natural birth and I had one. 'As she was being born the midwife said she had this mass of dark hair like me. 'I could hear her words but I needed to see her for myself. And then she came out and my eyes just filled with tears. She was so beautiful and perfect in every way. I was overwhelmed with love and wonder and I couldn't keep my eyes off her. I still can't today.' He also claimed that his daughter is fed naturally by his wife who has begun to produce milk after being stimulated by the suckling baby. He said: 'Most people assumed that our baby would not be breast-fed but we are proud to announce that she is. 'Nancy breast-feeds her every two to three hours. I do everything but breast-feed her.' Beatie, who was born in Hawaii as Tracy Lagondino, had a partial sex change operation ten years ago and married soon after. He told the News of the World: 'We see ourselves as a traditional family - husband, wife and child. Nancy and I have strong family values and will raise Susan with integrity, compassion and respect for all people. 'Like any proud dad I look forward to being a huge part of my daughter's life. I can't wait to watch her and Nancy bake cookies and cupcakes together.'
Who Won The Debate? Heres the Obvious Answer!!!

I will help the "Rakyat"

Oh shit...
US senator tells PM: Don't repeat past mistakes

United States Senate Foreign Relations Committee has urged Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi not to repeat the mistakes of the past in wake of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim’s arrest. "A decade ago, the spectacle of Anwar's mistreatment and imprisonment on transparently political grounds greatly discredited Malaysia in the eyes of the world community. The action tarnished the reputation of then-Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad,” said Joseph R Biden, chairman of the powerful committee.
“I certainly hope that the current prime minister, Abdullah Badawi, does not repeat the mistakes of the past.” Biden, a senior senator from Delaware, called on Abdullah to “commit himself to rule of law and good governance in Malaysia”. His statement came two days after police commandos in balaclava swooped on Anwar’s car as he approached his home, just an hour before he was due to appear voluntarily for interrogation. His appointment with the police was over the sodomy allegations levelled by Mohamad Saiful Bukhari Azlan, a 23-year-old who was an aide in his office. Anwar was taken to police headquarters and underwent a six-hour questioning session before being taken to hospital for a medical examination where he was stripped naked and his private parts measured. He was released on bail yesterday and is required to report back to the police next month. Anwar has dismissed the accusations as a conspiracy to prevent him from seizing power, and said it was a re-run of events a decade ago when he was slapped with charges widely seen as politically motivated. Shocked and disheartened Biden said he was “shocked and disheartened” by the arrest of Anwar, who is former deputy prime minister.
“This action appears to be motivated by political considerations: it comes less than a day after Anwar's announcement of his intention to stand for election to Parliament, and three months after Anwar's party made the strongest electoral showing by an opposition party in Malaysian history. "The charges against Anwar closely mirror those levied against him in 1998: then, too, politically-motivated allegations were made against Anwar at the precise moment when he seemed poised to challenge a sitting prime minister.” Malaysia earlier this month issued a formal protest to the United States over its comments on the investigation into the sodomy allegations, accusing it of meddling in its internal affairs. Government leaders have also attacked Anwar as a "snitch" for the Americans.
Source - Malaysiakini
Credit goes to her mother

P. SUPPULETCHUMY could not understand the valedictorian speech at the 2008 Penang Medical College (PMC) confering ceremony but it was dedicated all to her. Dressed in a beautiful red and brown sari, the 50-year-old rubber tapper and single mother watched proudly as her daughter Dr Puspha Raman received an award for best student in her graduating class. “My mother can’t understand this speech as she never had the opportunity to learn English, but she is the reason why I’m here,” said Puspha, 25, in her speech.
Malaysia is Doomed
I say this with a heavy heart. I am a supporter of Anwar. Since 1998, I have known in my head that this man has been persecuted and prosecuted, not for the reason of "carnal intercourse against the order of nature", but because he has become a force to reckon with by the current government who have different agendas. And now, 10 years later, just when we simple Malaysians are standing at the brink of a better Malaysia under a more transparent future government, another enforcement and judiciary fiasco occurs. Another allegation. With the same victim; Malaysians. Many Malaysians like myself had great plans for our future in Malaysia, if Pakatan Rakyat takes over. You see, only when the government is willing to deal with a stern hand against corruption at all levels and injustice, will we simple Malaysians make a difference in our own little niche. We just need a government, enforcement and judicary that we can trust to carry out the correct actions against corrupt officials. But no. That will never happen. If someone as visible as Anwar Ibrahim (and perhaps very soon, Raja Petra as well) gets arrested for some weird sodomy allegation (by the serious crime division no less!), thrown into jail, whacked out of shape and sent into ISA without hope for trial, what chance do we simple Malaysians have against such a kerajaan kuku besi?
'Just Nicol' conferred Datukship

GEORGE TOWN: Datuk Nicol David, who is the state's youngest Datuk, probably will need some time to get used to the title. "Just Nicol" was the reply when asked what she preferred to be addressed by as the humble 25-year-old lass shied away from the new title. "The award came as a shock and I obviously didn't expect it. When I was asked to return earlier (to Malaysia) to receive this, I was very surprised and flattered that the state had recognised my achievements and was willing to support me in every sense," Nicol said Saturday after attending the investiture ceremony in conjunction with Yang di-Pertua Negri Tun Abdul Rahman Abbas’ 70th birthday celebration. Nicol, who was among 497 state award recipients, received the Darjah Setia Pangkuan Negeri (DSPN) award which carries the title Datuk. The reigning world woman's squash champion will, however, have to postpone celebrations as training and other obligations had her schedule booked for the next two weeks. "She just got in from Amsterdam on Friday and she'll be leaving for Sarawak on Sunday to fulfil her duties as a United Nations Development Programme ambassador. "The Malaysian Open and Singapore Open are also around the corner so it's a pretty hectic schedule for her," said Nicol's father Desmond David, 61, who was present at the ceremony.
Mexico to host 2010 WC?

Mexico is ready and willing to host the 2010 World Cup should South Africa be unable to host the event, according to the general secretary of the nation's governing body Decio De Maria. FIFA president Sepp Blatter recently claimed three countries were in line to step in should South Africa not be ready for the tournament in two years' time. Fears over South Africa's preparations have arisen since it emerged the new stadium in Port Elizabeth had fallen behind schedule and would not be ready in time to stage Confederations Cup games next summer. The Mexican Football Federation (FMF) won the rights to host the 2011 Under-17 World Cup and De Maria said with work well underway to improve the nation's stadia they would be equipped to host FIFA's showpiece event if required. 'We have said it more than once. We enjoy being hosts, we have the stadiums and, if it happens, we will be ready to the call,' De Maria told 'We have already raised our hand. They gave us the organisation of the Under-17 World Cup and now we have to wait FIFA's final decision.
'We have always mentioned that we are a country with infrastructure, with resources and with great fans. 'For that we made a huge work to host the Under-17 tournament in 2011. Mexico's credentials are there.' Mexico has hosted two World Cup tournaments previously - in 1970 and 1986.
Big price hike in Little India

THE days of cheap and good food in Klang’s Little India are over! Action needed: Devadass with a copy of the complaint letter sent by KCA. The cost of two pieces of capati and a glass of teh tarik, which used to cost about RM4, has shot up to more than RM5. The Klang Consumers Association (KCA) is obviously fuming over the recent indiscriminate price increase by the operators of food outlets. According to KCA chairman A. Devadass, it is certainly unreasonable to charge RM5.20 for two pieces of capati and a glass of teh tarik for breakfast, but that is what the food stalls are doing. Devadass said the price of a piece of idli (rice flour dumpling) had gone up from 70sen to 90sen and it was the same case with string hoppers (putumayam).
“A customer who eats three pieces of any of those stuff with a glass of tea or coffee will have to pay RM4.20 for their breakfast whereas they would have paid less than RM3 earlier,” he said. “The price of thosai has increased from RM1.20 to RM1.50 per piece and a glass of fresh milk is going for RM1.90 from RM1.70 earlier,” Devadass told StarMetro.
Great Week..

Was in Singapore last week.. It was a great weekend.. Went to this disco.. It Was great..

Funny add.. Saw it in the washroom...

Thanks for all my mates for being there... :)
IP Doomsday vs IPv6
With nearly 85% of all available Internet addresses already in use, experts believe that, if current trends continue, Internet addresses (IP) will run out by 2011.
These are not the normal web addresses that you type into your browser’s window. These are the numerical Internet Protocol (IP) addresses that denote individual devices connected to the Internet. When the current IP address scheme, called Internet Protocol Version 4 (Ipv4), was introduced in 1981. The address makers at that time allowed for four billion addresses, thinking they would last forever. They have been nearly gobbled up in just under 30 years! The world already prepared for the doomsday. It has devised a replacement system, called IPv6, more than a decade ago, providing enough addresses for billions upon billions of devices as well as improving internet phone and video calls, and possibly even helping to end e-mail spam. Then why the doomsday predictions? The problem is that the new system is not really compatible with the Internet of today. If, for example, Google wants to support IPv6, it will need to build a whole new IPv6 web service, complete with new domain names, servers and bandwidth. The costs run into billions.

IPv6: The Next Generation Internet!

IPv6 is short for “Internet Protocol Version 6″. IPv6 is the “next generation” protocol designed by the IETF to replace the current version Internet Protocol, IP Version 4 (”IPv4″).

The main differences between IPv6 and the version of IP (which is IPv4) are:

# IPv6 uses larger addresses (128 bits instead of 32 bits in IPv4) and so can support many more devices on the network
# IPv6 includes features like authentication and multicasting that had been bolted on to IPv4 in a piecemeal fashion over the years

Old (current) - IPv4 address:
New - IPv6 address: 1029:9183:81E2:0000:0000:01D5:2115:019B

Until such time, start looking at the countdown clock for the doomsday at

Source -
10,000 strong for Anwar
Click here to watch the video..10,000 strong for Anwar
Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim spoke at a 10,000-strong rally tonight to fight back over allegations of sodomy that he said were orchestrated by the government to keep its grip on power. Anwar, who spent six years in prison before a stunning return to politics in elections in March, has lodged a defamation suit over the allegations - the same charge that put him behind bars in this Muslim-majority nation in 1999.
My Blog - Roysmith Francis Xavier

HTML Free Code