Sana Sini Politik

Assalamualaikum wbt.

short entry for this one. tengah lecture radiology. huhu. cynical tone today.



musa hitam

Musa politely described this phenomenon as “penyakit tua” (old age sickness), but I think it will be more appropriate to call it Alzheimer’s disease, as the state of corruption afflicting the party has reached a stage of no return. – Malaysia Kini and majority newspaper-

The newspapers are mushroomed with all these UMNO Party Election which will take place in March 2009. That is like 7 months from the commencement of the speculating news on the posts. Isn’t that a bigger event than our own Malaysia election which only took place in 3 weeks??? UMNO is challenging the history set up by US election this year. Longest ever. But I don’t care about that. Tapi membazir. Yes, I do care.

Musa Hitam... I attended his speech in KMB. Very amused. 
But later, hearing his share in Memali, I budged.


our previous PM is always as bold as he used to be.


Congratulations to Barrack Obama. Change has definitely come. I would say at least, the citizens has become less prejudiced. But I hope you wouldn’t just bring change. Bring peace, please. And vamoose from Israel dominance on cliche US Presidents previously. That’s another change you have to bring in man.

Shariah Law Debate

I attended half way yesterday. Bas rosak. Huhu. True, the issue is undebatable for Muslims, but to quench the curiousity of the remaining inhabitants of the world, the speakers showed up, not just Muslims, but also an Irish guy from the law school to advocate Shariah Law.

Too bad, the academic talk was mixed with religion prejudism. I’m not emotional at the proposition speakers, young fresh soon to be graduates, talking like that. But very amusing enough, the lecturers from law school gave such a stupid, disputable surface arguments. Shame on the Law School that such lecturers deliver you education. I think they were being propagandist. The air was like Shariah Law is all bad and conservative and all. You are not giving space and instead pointing a vague example to win the arguement. You are afraid to take Point of Interjection at all. Ironically, bold enough, they tried to quote Quran, but quoting stuff on surface meaning, just like reading a story book. This is not Jane Austen’s, Sherlock Holmes or Charles Dickens. They said Muslim wife can be changed by money, without knowing they are quoting the verse on dowry.

I’m not saying the Muslim speakers are all good last night. Majority did quite badly. They were flamed with spirit/emotion?? but one thing for sure, being not professioal. So, expect the loud Boo. Orang suruh debate pasal Shariah Law, awat pi cakap pasal 9/11, Iraq girl kena rape time invasion. Itu terkeluar tajuk. But the last wrap up by Brother Anjem if Im not mistaken, was good.

Seeing the prejudiced audiences who wouldn’t want to budge from the secularity because they are afraid of cannot being homosexuals, cannot walk freely in streets, killed by stones for adultery, and try to hide their red faces because they cant help to lie to themselves, and being defensive instead, made me thinking. The motion was accepted, Shariah Law does not have a place in 21st century. The vote was clearly explicit from the very beginning. Berapa kerat je Muslim datang nak vote pun. But I truly hope, last night debate sparks the audiences to do their research and see the Shariah Law, as pure and as smooth as the stream of water, as the term means.

Since Musa Hitam was talking on Alzheimer, I found this one for some neurodegenarative disease. A good one for them to let go when the time said so. Huhu.


To let go doesn’t mean to stop caring;
It means I can’t do it for someone else.

To let go is not to cut myself off….
It’s the realization that I can’t control another…..

To let go is not to enable,
but to allow learning from natural consequences.

To let go is to admit powerlessness,
which means the outcome is not in my hands.

To let go is not to try and change or blame another,
I can only change myself.

To let go is not to care for, but to care about.

To let go is not to fix, but to be supportive.

To let go is not to judge,
but to allow another to be a human being.

To let go is not to be in the middle arranging all the outcomes,
but to allow others to affect their own outcomes.

To let go is not to be protective,
It is to permit another to face reality.

To let go is not to deny, but to accept.

To let go is not to nag, scold, or argue,
but to search out my own shortcomings and correct them.

To let go is not to adjust everything to my desires,
but to take each day as it comes and cherish the moment.

To let go is not to criticize and regulate anyone,
but to try to become what I dream I can be.

To let go is not to regret the past,
but to grow and live for the future.

To let go is to fear less and love more.



3 responses to this post.

  1. amboi…tgh lecture radiology bley lg tulis post~ huhu…mantop mantop..


  2. Posted by hamstermenulis on November 6, 2008 at 1:49 am

    ni nama dia cuba menahan diri dari tidur. huhu


  3. Posted by hamstermenulis on November 6, 2008 at 1:49 am

    ni nama dia cuba menahan diri dari tidur. hehe


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