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March 22, 2011

Update: Nobody watched ‘blue’ movie in Parliament

Filed under: Announcement, Citizenry, Government, Malaysia, Parliament — Tags: , , , — bananachinese @ 1:29 pm

Here’s an update on my previous post – Nazri Aziz has now come out to protect sanctity of Parliament.

Nobody watched ‘blue’ movie in Parliament: Nazri (read Malaysiakini here)

Porn in public spaces is legal or not in Malaysia?

How can you blame the world for asking?

 

1. When one can organise an event to watch it?

“Anda jangan bimbang, saya akan memanggil anda selepas jam 2 petang dan memberitahu anda di mana tayangan berikutkan diadakan,” katanya memberi jaminan kepada wartawan yang menunggu di situ, sambil mengumpulkan lagi kad nama daripada mereka yang baru sampai.” read Malaysiakini here


2. When one can issue a public threat to publicly disseminate it?

“Individu yang hanya dikenali sebagai Datuk T dan menganjurkan tayangan video seks kepada media hari ini, menuntut pemimpin utama pembangkang dan isterinya berundur dari politik.” read Malaysiakini here


3. When watching porn is even done in Parliament building?

“Sex tape hits Parliament lounge” read The Malaysian Insider here

 

I wonder what do the Malaysian law enforcers think of all involved in organising these events?

March 10, 2011

Messaging the true friends of BN

Filed under: Citizenry, Government, Malaysia, Media, Parliament, Politics, Repair — Tags: , , , , , , — bananachinese @ 12:07 pm

Interesting report from Berita Harian:

Dr Mahathir percaya dakwaan bahawa masyarakat Cina tidak menyokong BN adalah benar kerana ia dapat diketahui berdasarkan sistem pengiraan undi mengikut saluran di pusat pengundian.

Bagaimanapun, beliau berkata, terpulang kepada kerajaan untuk mengkaji punca pengundi Cina menolak BN kerana sokongan semua masyarakat adalah penting.

Dalam pada itu, katanya, faktor lain yang turut menjejaskan BN ialah pengundi keliru kerana masalah dalaman yang dihadapi parti komponen masing-masing.

Full article here

Like it or not, the good doctor has made very valid observation.

I say that’s why BN got to go back to the drawing board.

Think, Think, Think (don’t feel shy to learn from lovable Winnie The Pooh & friends).

Work hard on your messaging:

Don’t just deploy the backstabbing style of messaging/blogging/tweettering. It is so passe, politically unsavvy and unpalatable to the refine tastes of our new voters and mature voters who have attended school before.

Get help from those in BN who are well experience in listening and messaging.

Lest your Archilles heels will cause BN to limp home in next General Election. (ouch, ouch, ouch)

March 2, 2011

Why democratic elections and political reform?

Filed under: Announcement, Citizenry, Government, Malaysia, Parliament, Politics — Tags: , , , — bananachinese @ 6:59 pm

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1Malaysia wanna move on up with China? Do this….

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There is a need to hold democratic elections according to the law; have democratic decision making, democratic management as well as democratic supervision; safeguard people’s right to know, to participate, to express and to supervise.

Political reform, including opportunities for citizens to criticise and monitor the government, is necessary to sustain economic growth. Otherwise, the country’s economic gains would be lost.

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