Monday, 20 April 2009


Dear readers (or at least the few loyal ones anyway),

Due to my involvement with theatre, I will not be able to post regularly. I will try my best to give some updates or my thoughts on some issues. But for the next two months, I would be virtually absent.

Till then.


Wednesday, 8 April 2009

Good Friday

Tomorrow, Christians will be celebrating or should I say commemorating Good Friday, the day the Lord Jesus Christ was crucifed on the Cross of Calvary. I say commemorate and not celebrate because it is a nostalgic day to remember the sufferings of the Messiah.

Today was the day when He was captured by the Temple guards. Today was the day when the Son of Man was betrayed with a kiss by Judas Iscariot, his disciple. Today was the day the Lord was falsely accused in the council of the Sanhedrin.

I will post more about Good Friday tomorrow.

Till then.

God Bless.

Tuesday, 7 April 2009


The results are in and Pakatan Rakyat has emerged as the winner in two of the three by-elections. Both the Bukit Selambau (Kedah) and Bukit Gantang (Perak) is now under the Pakatan Rakyat Government. Batang Ai (Sarawak) of course was taken by Barisan Nasional.

Here are the results taken from Malaysiakini:

9.20pm Bukit Gantang OFFICIAL RESULTS
Mohd Jamaluddin Nizar (PAS) 21,860Ismail Saffian (BN-Umno) 19,071Kamarul Ramizu Idris (Ind) 62
Majority - 2,789 (In 2008, the majority was 1,566)

8.58pm Manikumar wins Bukit Selambau With all 22 polling boxes counted, Manikumar retained the seat for PKR by winning with a 2,396-vote majority, a slightly higher margin than in the 2008 general elections.

Manikumar is already celebrating at the official counting centre SM Teknik in Sungai Petani. Along with him is Kedah Menteri Besar Azizan Abdul Razak, PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail and PKR vice-president Azmin Ali.


Monday, 6 April 2009

Today is the day ...

The three by-elections that will determine the rise or fall of Malaysia's two alliances (the National Front and the People's Alliance) is happening right now.

It is reported that the results will be out by 10 pm. 

Let us all cross our fingers and hope for the best.

Go Pakatan Rakyat! Go!

President Obama's Address to the Turkish Parliament

President Obama has done exceptionally well in his maiden trip to Europe. His speeches were rousing, inspiring and gave a glimpse into what America would be under his leadership. His address to the Turkish Parliament also went amazingly well. The line that I found, together with countless news agencies, is this: "Let me say this as clearly as I can: the United States is not and will never be at war with Islam".

Watch this short video that I obtained from Reuters and listen to the inspiring words of Mr Barack Hussein Obama.