Thursday, December 27, 2012


The Portrait Of A Patriot

Former Minister And President Of GERAKAN Tun Dr Lim Keng Yaik, Was Given A Full State Funeral Yesterday For His Fine Record, Impeccable Service And Significant Contribution To This Great Country. On Behalf Of A Grateful Nation, The Patriot Foundation Would Like To Offer Our Most Heartfelt Condolences And Deepest Sympathy To The Lim Family And Parti GERAKAN Rakyat Malaysia For Their Loss In This Time Of Sorrow.

Rest In Peace Dr Lim, And Thank You. You Were A True Patriot.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012


Asallamualaikum WBT.

The High Council Of The Patriot Foundation Would Like To Wish All Muslims "Selamat Menyambut Awal Muharram, 1434H".

This Do'a Is To Be Read Three Times Nearing The End Of Asar Before The Call For Maghrib.

This Do'a Is To Be Read Three Times Right After The Call For Maghrib Before We Perform The Prayers.

May This Nation And Her Citizens Be Blessed With Peace And Prosperity In This Year Of The Hijrah 1434 And Beyond. Amin

Thursday, November 1, 2012


I am not one of the privileged bloggers who were exclusively invited by the director of the film “Tanda Putera”, Datin Paduka Shuhaimi Baba for a private viewing earlier this year, but I did view the trailer and know my history.

This topic has been unnecessarily deliberated upon on numerous occasions, gathering flack from all parties who’ve not even seen it!

 A Sign That It Is Too Close To The Truth. Are We Ashamed Or Afraid To Show it?

I think the Rakyat is anxious to see it regardless of race, religion and creed, but the politicians are the ones bitching about it. After watching it, citizens can then come to a conclusion and form their own opinion and it won’t be political. 

This is about an important period in our history, which fundamentals cannot be altered. People will not decide to vote for or against a certain political party based on this movie. Trust me, those who won’t vote Barisan Nasional already had their skewed minds made up, even before the cast were picked and the scenes shot.

Indeed, this is a very sensitive issue but it showcases the exemplary leadership of two great men in our history and their decisions at the most crucial of times that carved and guaranteed the security and harmony of this great nation until today.

The onus is on the government to trust the faculties of the Rakyat upon viewing this movie. We are a matured nation of fifty-five years. By postponing the showing of Tanda Putera until after the elections, we are:

1. Fooling the Rakyat presuming that they are shallow enough to think that we care for their “sensitivities” when we’re ready to not give a damn on what they think after the elections if we show it then.

2. Exhibiting extreme cowardice, jumping in fear every time the opposition expresses outrage over an issue overturning clear decisions made earlier.

3. Telling the Rakyat that we don’t trust them to be mature enough to weigh the good from the bad that come out from this movie.

4. Bastardizing the valiant effort by Tun Abdul Razak and Tun Dr Ismail to save this nation from racial ruin, giving us the peace that we enjoy until today.

 We Are Illegitimatizing Their Past Effort That Allows Us To Co-exist In Peace Today.

The Ministers who keep on making U-turns on decisions are making the Najib administration look no better than the flip-flopping leadership of his predecessor.

As have been written on several articles in The Patriot alone, the government needs to do extensive research and weigh the pros and cons on any decision before it is made which must then be irrevocable when it is announced and implemented. Anything less would mean that we have half-baked leaders who are followers, not decision makers.

Running this country is not about trial and error! Neither is it about being popular. It’s about preserving the well being of the people and the health of the economy asserting balanced authority at all times.

If screening this movie wasn’t a good idea, then it should not have been shot in the first place, or the announcement of its screening should be held until we were dead sure of the most opportune moment to have it screened unperturbed by hackles from the naysayers in parliament. That would then be the showing of a strong leadership!

It baffles me when the government can come to the aid of a traitor movie producer who reviled our National Anthem when he was a student but can stop a patriotic movie like Tanda Putera from being screened indefinitely. What kind of message are we sending to the young citizens of this country? “Vote for us but you don’t have to be a Patriot”? Is that it?

The High Council Of The Patriot Foundation Will Be On His Majesty’s Service Tonight Being Inspired Watching James Bond In The Service Of Her Majesty The Queen Of England.

This Movie Has Been Announced Much Earlier To Be Screened On The 1st Of November Worldwide, Watched By More Than A Hundred Million Viewers. It Cost Tens Of Millions Of Pounds To Shoot This Film And Will Be On Screen Without A Glitch, And On Time.

Malaysia On The Other Hand Can’t Even Decide When To Screen “Tanda Putera”, A Movie Costing Less A Million Pounds Worth To Be Watched By Not Even 5 Million Odd Viewers.

 Razak...Najib Razak. Licensed To Lead

James Bond May Take His Concoction One Way And Not The Other, But In The True Spirit Of Tun Abdul Razak, His First Born Who Is The Current Prime Minister Of Malaysia Should Learn To Take His Fix Not Shaken Nor Stirred By Any Party When Serving It To The Rakyat!

Friday, October 5, 2012


Energized And Hungry To Win

Looks Tired With No Appetite 

All Things Being Equal In Arguments On Government Policies, The Sitting President Of The United States Of America (POTUS) Should:

1. Retire his image consultant.  If he wants to retain the Presidency, the least he should do in a debate is look more Presidential than his opponent.

2.  Drop the tie he wore on Debate 1.   
a)  He should be wearing a tie reflecting one of the colors on the American flag. The dark blue field upon which the 50 stars rest on in the flag would have been a more appropriate color and exhibits firmness.

b)   A light blue tie like the one worn would have been appropriate if he was running for re-election as Secretary General of The United Nations.

3. Lose that limp on his walk making him look like he was coming out of a basketball court at half time in the Bronx.

4.   Never nod in agreement when his opponent is listing his shortcomings.

5. Be more aggressive instead of back-paddling and being defensive.

6. Capitalize on his history in service as a community worker thinking of the welfare of the mass as opposed to the corporate fellow who strives on profits on the backs of others.

7. Remember that he is stacked against a popular pair in Romney and Paul Ryan, who look like 4 pointer fraternity “ jocks ” in a University with substance, not a 70 year old war veteran who could possibly get a cardiac if his hot looking soccer mom running-mate walks in the Oval Office with a couple of buttons loose at the top.

8.  Be less laid back and get hungry again. Yes, he may be the first half-cast/African American to be President of the United States of America, but he should push that extra mile to ensure that he is one that can serve the maximum number of terms allowed.

Mr President, You Inherited A Country That Incurred A Massive Debt Going Into A War Based On A Malicious Lie That Also Cost Thousands Of American Lives. 

That Burden Was Left For The Future By Your Two-Term Predecessor Who Belongs To The Same Party As Your Opponent. Do Better Than Your Best Now In Words As Well As Action, And Leave The Rest To The American People To Judge! 

Remind Them That They Are Paying Now And Possibly For The Rest Of Their Lives, For The Sins Of The Republicans!

Good Luck Sir!

Friday, September 28, 2012


Get Your Gadgets Ready And Stay Tuned To The Hardest Working Politician In Asia To See What The Government Has In Store For Us This Afternoon.

Later today, Prime Minister and Finance Minister Dato' Sri Najib Razak would be tabling the 2013 Budget in Parliament. 

Many would say this is an 'election' budget, as there are seven months to go before the 12th Parliament is automatically dissolved on April 28  2013, with the 13th General Election to be held latest by middle of May next year. 

I personally would like to see a "responsible" budget of the Barisan Nasional government; one that is balanced between taking care of the needs of the rakyat and managing the deficit. 

As in past practices, Dato' Sri Najib would table the Budget in Parliament at about 4pm

He would time the delivery of his speech accordingly; announcing the Budget proposals after the stock market closes at 5pm.

What can we expect from the 2013 Budget?

To the uninitiated, Wikipedia explains the budget as such:

"The two basic elements of any budget are the revenues and expenses. In the case of the government, revenues are derived primarily from taxes. "Government expenses include spending on current goods and services, which economists call government consumption; government investment expenditures such as infrastructure investment or research expenditure; and transfer payments like unemployment or retirement benefits."

National budgets, too, have an economic, political and technical basis. 

"Unlike a pure economic budget, they are not entirely designed to allocate scarce resources for the best economic use. They also have a political basis wherein different interests push and pull in an attempt to obtain benefits and avoid burdens. The technical element is the forecast of the likely levels of revenues and expenses."

Prime Minister Najib, his deputy Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and several ministers had in the past few weeks gave indications as to the contents of 2013 Budget.

The thrust, of course, will be the rakyat while at the same time, be fiscally responsible.

The touch points could be those under the Government Transformation Programme's national key result areas such as:

1) Education: more money to realise the Malaysia Education Blueprint especially for the training of teachers and improving the facilities in public schools?

2) Public transportation: Addressing the accessibility in major towns outside Kuala Lumpur and those in Sabah and Sarawak?

3) Crime: Better salary and benefits for the police to increase number in workforce?

4) Health: more 1Malaysia clinics especially in heavily populated areas?

5) Housing: more money for low- cost housing programmes for the lower income group, and PR1MA scheme for the middle income earners, which the Prime Minister is expected to launch at the Jelajah Janji di Tepati in Paroi, Negeri Sembilan tomorrow?

On the investment front, I foresee the government's focus could possibly be oil and gas, especially as it is turning Pengerang in Johor into a regional supply base to the region and countries throughout Asia.

There could also possibly be announcements on incentives for specific sectors including the small and medium-sized enterprises, which remain one of the main drivers of economic growth.

We can also expect some announcements relating to the capital and financial markets. 

As for the public sctor, Chief Secretary to the Government Datuk Seri Ali Hamsa said there would be something also for the civil servants in the 2013 Budget. Are they getting yet another bonus as in past Budget announcements?  

We will have to listen to Dato' Sri Najib's speech later.

And what if this is indeed an “Election" Budget, dubbed such yet again for the fourth straight year? 

Evidently, the Barisan Nasional government must have done a fine job at maintaining the nation's stocks and accounts.

Backed By Their Balanced Judgment And Sound Economic Acumen, It Should Then Be Given The Full Mandate To Continue Governing This Country At The 13th General Election. 

Wednesday, September 5, 2012


UPDATE: 6 September 2012/ 19 Shawal 1433H

Front page of the New Straits Times reads: “Teen’s Dad Says Sorry”. 

Well the Nation can accept the father's apology but we must NOT forgive his son's crime.

I personally accept the father’s apology just like I forgive Tun Dr Mahathir for not being able to control his daughter (thinking of the greater good that he has done for this country, we should forgive him if he didn’t have the time to guide that one to path). But the one who breached the law, especially one that goes against our culture should be taken to task. 

This is not about the flasher anymore, but about future copycats and the matter of National security. This boy can count his blessings that he went home unscathed. Perhaps at the wrong place in another year on Merdeka eve, he could be slapped and beaten unconscious by Patriots who find it insulting to the Nation!

Yes, This Is Not A Crime Against Prime Minister Najib Or His Wife Rosmah But An Insult To The Country. This Is Not For The Two Above To Forgive, But For The Nation To Condemn And Get Full Satisfaction To Prevent Further Violation Of Public Security And Social Order!

To The Powers That Be, Take Caution Before Deciding. Make Sure This Boy Isn't Given A Tea Party At Parliament House Like The Last Traitor Who Reviled Our National Anthem. 

Barisan National Should Be Breeding Patriots,  Not Traitors!

First of all I would like to commend the Royal Malaysian Police Force for being swift in their action with the aid of the media to flush out the boy who tarnished the image of our Nation on the eve of Merdeka.

Straight to the point: If we let this Merdeka flasher off with just a warning after an apology, and not deliver him with the stiffest punishment available on the cards, then the Government deserves to be butt-flashed and urinated too in future demonstrations.

I’m frustrated with the years as an UMNO delegate listening to endless speeches discussing about the social problems of Malay youths especially in public.

We tend to talk a lot and make impressive fiery speeches for ourselves in the Merdeka Hall but fail miserably in our implementation in the effort to curb the diminishing values among the Malays.

Even worse, it’s now become like a comic theatre where the speakers look like stand-up politicians but turn out to be stand-up comedians instead, once they step up to the podium to speak. They often crack jokes and tell funny tales making people laugh and staying beyond their time designated by the Permanent Chairman.

Well here’s a classic chance to put our concerns and million dollar speeches where our mouths are. Prove that our time in the Merdeka Hall talking about arresting the decline in our social culture was not just Comedy Hour @ The Putra!

Some time ago, Micheal Fay, an American youth pleaded guilty to vandalism (spray painted cars in a neighbourhood) charges in Singapore and was sentenced to four months in jail, a $2,200 fine, and six strokes of the cane.

US President Clinton said it was excessive and requested the Singapore Government to waive the caning.

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Malaysian Cabinet, if you are reading this, read it carefully! Singapore was perceived then and perhaps even now, as an American stooge-State in the Fareast. Yet, the best they did to satisfy their favour to Washington was to reduce the strokes by two out of goodwill and respect for the American President!

They did NOT bow down to the US regardless of their blissful proximity, because they knew that an example had to be made to keep the streets clean and crime rate down. It was just unfortunate that it had to be a foreigner.

So, if we have the law, IMPLEMENT it! If the law is loose, TIGHTEN it!

Why do you think street racing is rampant in Malaysia? For the last three weekends there were racing events held along the Danga Bay freeway to Skudai. One would know well before it starts because there is usually a buildup of spectators parked by the roadside. The police do their job as best they can but if the law is unstable, even they get tired of the routine of grabbing the same people but not for long only to be released very soon after unbothered.

Who are the motor racers? Malays! What motorbikes do they use? “Souped” up Cubs! What vehicle is most used in snatch thefts leading to deaths due to the speed of the lash? Cubs!

Do they have illegal street motoracing in Singapore though there are close to a million two-wheelers in the small City State? N O !

To the UMNO leaders in the Cabinet, please connect the dots, do the Math and some profiling!

If we really want to make the change and are sincere in our effort to improve the mentality and culture of the Malay youths, which will be the future of this Nation, then give this “butt flasher” the maximum sentence! Otherwise, in ten or fifteen years time, we might have to pick UMNO leaders from among Malay degenerates.

What the boy did was wrong irrespective of his political leanings. If he did the same to Nik Aziz or even Mat Sabu and Lim Kit Siang from the opposition party, the same penalty should be accorded to him because it is not our culture and most of all, it is against the law of the Nation, not the party.

Indecent exposure is a sex crime in the United States. No contact is needed and if convicted one would be listed with the National Sex Offender Registry for life. Punishment involves jail, fines and community work.

So, in Malaysia where we practice the Eastern culture and Islam is presumably the official religion, we should expect this boy to be dealt with accordingly.

I’m the Vice Chief of the Pulai UMNO Division. I love my people, my country and my neighbours from different races under one Flag.

In 15 years time, if we are blessed by Allah to still be the leading partner in a coalition governing this great Nation, let us not curse it by having lousy leaders; having been limited to consider the best but from among the worst.

I am not being dramatic, though this will be tragic. Correct this serious slide in the Malays or be prepared to be politically extinct.

There is no need to humiliate the boy further by issuing pictures of his exposed base, nor his covered face. Just give the Nation justice, for his arse was not flashed at the Prime Minister on the eve of our Independence Day,  It Was Flashed At Our Country!!