A Tale To Tell & Remember

I'm very much inspired by the words of Thomas L. Friedman in his book "The World Is Flat" which renders about the influence of bloggers in this new age. I want to keep the highest integrity and honesty in posting my words to the world. This blog act as a testimony to my alacrity of sharing information with the borderless world. Hope we can share a high regards of veracity and chivalry with this blog because that's why it is here. So help me God!

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Monday, 29 January 2007

For The Sake of Humanity & Mankind Intellectual Mind, Please Walk With Us!

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Come fly with him, lets fly lets fly away....

30th January 2007 - You can cheat 'em, but you can't cheat me (Grandson of Tun Dr. Ismail). Happy landing!

Come fly with me, lets fly lets fly away
If you can use, some exotic booze
Theres a bar in far bombay
Come fly with me, well fly well fly away

Come fly with me, lets float down to peru
In lama land, theres a one man band
And hell toot his flute for you
Come fly with me, well float down in the blue

Once I get you up there, where the air is rarefied
Well just glide, starry eyed
Once I get you up there, Ill be holding you so near
You may here, angels cheer - because were together

Weather wise its such a lovely day
You just say the words, and well beat the birds
Down to Acapulco bay
Its perfect, for a flying honeymoon - they say
Come fly with me, well fly well fly away

p/s: Frank Sinatra Song

Sunday, 28 January 2007

Nor Rashiddin & Nor Hapizah Wedding (Photo Series Part - 2)

I love both of them

Erm... bestnya nasi minyak

At Rashiddin's Home

Nor Rashiddin & Nor Hapizah Wedding (Photo Series - Part 1)

The Newly Weds

The Newly Weds

To The Wedding

Nor Rashiddin & Nor Hapizah Wedding

From Left - Rashiddin, Me and Hapizah

On the 28th January 2007, I went to my best friends wedding. They were Rashiddin and Norhapizah. They are my friends while I was studying at UPM. Rashiddin aka Din was very close to me while I was studying at UPM. Both of them a diploma graduate promoted to first degree. Both of them know each other for almost seven years.

Watching them both promising each other vows (marrying) really makes me happy. I still remember the time when I’m studying at UPM. There are ups and downs in life and Din was always there with me. There are moments when I don’t want to remember about student life especially when I made stupid mistakes or being too childish. But Din helped me getting through
the difficult time knowing the true meaning of life.

There were times that I’m not proud of my life in the campus, but one thing that I can’t deny and for sure, Din has been good to me in my campus life. And I thank God for it. Good luck to both of you!

Royal Malaysian Police Museum (Photo Series - Part 4)

Royal Malaysian Police Museum - Once Was Officers Mess

The Gun and the Boat

Police Insignia and Stripes

Royal Malaysian Police Museum (Photo Series - Part 3)

Me in the Set of Emergency

Emergency Set

Me and the SAS Opss... UTK

Royal Malaysian Police Museum (Photo Series - Part 2)

Maxim Machine Gun

Portuguese Police - Malacca Era

Dutch Police - Malacca Era

Royal Malaysian Police Museum (Photo Series - Part 1)

Armoured Train - Stationed at Tapah Road

World War II Cannon - Protecting the Batu Pahat Police Station

Condor - Escorting VIP's

A Visit to The Royal Malaysian Police Museum

On the 27th January 2007, right after the budget 2008 meeting end, I rush to the Royal Malaysian Police Museum for a visit. It was located beside the Malaysian Pusat Islam and in front of the Masjid Negara.

The visit to the museum was worth it to learn and see the history of the Malaysian Police since the Malacca days. I was amazed specially by the bulk of the confiscated weapons and the case fact behind every item of it. Most of the item that was display was confiscate from the Communist terrorist.

There are no fees charged for the museum and it was open daily except on Monday. Here are the photos which I took during the visit that I would like to share with you all.

2008 Budget Meeting (Photo Series)

Along (my cousin)

Along

Along

2008 Budget Meeting

"2008 Budget Meeting" was held to train officers like me on how to develop a new budget for my ministry. Among the participants of the 2008 budget meeting was among KPDNHEP high ranking officers and also states director. It was held on two day basis to train us in developing next year department or states office budget. The lecturer was from the Treasury named Cik Suhara Salleh.


I do not managed to take photos from the meeting room but here are the photos taken during our break time at the swimming pool (above pic was me, then farid and farid and cousin in the hotel room) and hotel room. We had a wonderful time as an adult.

It was a great meeting...

Saturday, 27 January 2007

Huarghhh.... tiring day!

28th January 2007 - I came back from the 2008 budget meeting held yesterday at the Grand Seasons hotel. I`m still feel the tiring paste of my body due to hectic schedule. But I still give a punch hole to visit Royal Malaysian Police Museum yesterday after the meeting held. And after that I went to Midvalley Megamall for movie (Blood Diamonds). It was one of the best movie that I've watched and its educating indeed. Leonardo di Caprio is my favorite star. The best!

Today I have to be ready and brush up for my best friend wedding (Rashiddin) held at Serdang. He was my good friend from my studies years at UPM. I'm really looking foward for the wedding because the brides are my friends. I promise to post the photo on my three days meeting, the visit to the police museum and Rashiddin's weddings pic tomorrow.

p/s: Girls come and go, but my friends stays eternal

Wednesday, 24 January 2007

Eyes Open!

25th January 2007 – Eyes open out there! I wish to share a lot of things with my viewers but due to my hectic work load and tight schedule, quality time to write seems a far distance. But even though I’m out of hand, I still kept a breast of the two Jedi (Rocky Bru and Jeff Ooi) cases vs The Dark Side (NSTP-Kali).

The question that we need to ask is that, how the hell our government, condone an action taken by four individuals representing government owned company (and for sure its fund) to sue somebody else for their personal revenge? And we talk about responsibility, honesty and all that jazz in journalism. What happens to the plagiarism of the company journalist? What does the action taken? Double standard!

Two nights ago, I went to the farewell party held to commemorate the departure of my General Secretary. It was splendid. But I can’t share any photos due to my silliness that forgot to bring the camera along. What a waste. But I keen on watching someone make a fool out of himself tonight on BBC. So eyes open!

Thursday, 18 January 2007

Rocky! We`re with you

The Dark Lord of the Sith has spoken:-

"We are not seeking to close them down. At the same time we do not support people making defamatory statements whether online or in print," said the spokesman (of Darth Sidious) who cannot be identified under company rules. "We should allow the law to takes its own course."

That was the statement of the Dark Lord against the three Malaysian Jedi, Jeff Ooi, Rocky Bru and Sheih. It was a libel intended to suppress intellectual view of the Force from achieving against the Dark Side intended to enslave Malaysian with corrupt practices and never ending lies.

“As we live and breathe, we are witnessing the servant becoming the master. Those people whom we paid for their everything to work for us, has now dictate us. Are now working against us. Some say, better the devil than the deep blue sea, however I rather say, both is not good enough.” – Sheih

May the Force be with you. Let makes sure the Jedi order prevails!

Tuesday, 16 January 2007

Too Much Red Tape - Too Digress

16th January 2007 – Being in the government sector especially developing nation such as Malaysia you need to face a lot of unnecessary red tape to finish up the work. It is known the weaknesses of the Democratic and Capitalist government that such a tape should exist. Its impulsive effect in creating a corrupt and unproductive work is understandable. In countering such a problem, ones being a head of department should understand very well in delegating the job to much lower officer and necessary reflex action.

Such as my former boss En. Masri taught me, you have to know how to kick the ball quickly but with full aptitude. I will be on holiday starting tomorrow till this Friday due to my high fever and also to give me a time on writing my new article for the papers. Wish me luck. Cheerio!

Thursday, 11 January 2007

The Curse of Son-In-Law's Sacrilege Act

12th January 2007 - It was the worst flood ever in the history of Johoreans. According to Jeffooi it was the worst since 1969. But to Johoreans it was the worst since 100 years of Johor history. My good boss En. Masri told me that somethings wrong with it. Johoreans ponders and to be exact they thought that it must be WPI. The funds from Singapore came from Israel. And son-in-law is proxy of Singapore Imperial government. What's the worst that could happen. Probably God is enraged by this proxy conspiracy! Way to go son-in-law. You just move a notch in God list to be sent into hell!

No Fight No Democracy!

11th January 2007 - And so I heard... No opposing forces from the green side. It's disappointing to see when you had a chance to see a head to head fight to determine which one will blink. But there it is, you can never rely on the green side... never! History teached us that it never delivered what it had promised. I just disappointed not seeing the son-in-law face when the blue side still won but with terrified majority. I wonder what kind of insane excuses he will bring up to. Hate to think about it. Maybe the astronauts can do something with their red rockets!

p/s: Foh Hup Omnibus was green once... and now... it extinct!

Wednesday, 10 January 2007

Gua Musang - A New Deal (Photo Series Part-3)

The Gua Musang

Known As Gua Gajah

Famous For Once Captured by Communist

Gua Musang - A New Deal (Photo Series Part-2)

Gua Musang Train Station - Notice How Vulnureble It Is

Old Town - Once Captured by The Communist Terrorist

Scenery of The Old Town - Gua Musang

Gua Musang - A New Deal (Photo Series Part-1)

Scenery of Old Gua Musang Town

The Oldest Secondary School in Gua Musang - Indera Petra

The Oldest Primary School in Gua Musang - SKGM

Gua Musang - A New Deal (Final Part)

New Business Building Block


As I have said it earlier, let’s stop mumbling saying that our nation is no longer competitive in labor-cost for FDI’s. With the town like Gua Musang (and many others), we can offer a much bargain skills to the multinational companies. The only much needed for town like Gua Musang is basic needs and sole clinging to government bodies to develop and cater the need for Gua Musang residents.

There should be another body in-charge for development and investors pulling such as been done by Singapore government with the creation of the economic board responsible for promoting the region as a bed for MNC’s growth factor. Indeed government bodies like KESEDAR is credited for bringing Gua Musang to what it is today, but there are times when ones should review back the ways of doing business.

Our nation Malaysia is so rich either in resources and man-power. The only things educated people like us should do to reap the benefits of the prosperous world by utilizing what we already had and not hoping for some politicians and ill-intent son-in-law to rob it from the “real owner”… us!

Gua Musang - A New Deal (Part-4)

Site For Week-market - Notice Another Mammoth Cave


Without mentioning the Lembaga Kemajuan Kelantan Selatan (KESEDAR) a government body under the Ministry Regional and Rural Development is certainly not acceptable as KESEDAR is the sole body which involved directly managing the Federal government fund to develop Gua Musang.

My mother used to work at KESEDAR and it (KESEDAR) needed an outsider’s touch so that the development of the town can be expedite instead of malingering at the slow pace. Indeed Gua Musang had changed, but it needed more than it being given. It cannot be known as it used to be as the town of civil servants but as a town powered by the incorporated worldwide giants.

There should also be a body monitoring KESEDAR, which the mentioned body should be outside the government form. I’ve seen enough projects done by the tax payers money that went into the drain such as “Orchids Foster” project just because the “at the time” KESEDAR chairman loves orchid so much. It didn’t went out well because the fact of the conceived project it was loved by only one man the chairman himself and no one else.

Gua Musang - A New Deal (Part-3)

Gua Musang Old Train Station - Notice Beside the Gigantic Cave
According to my new friend Faiz, there will be a new deal for Gua Musang. There are waiting infrastructure program under the Ninth Malaysian Plan providing the new train station and indoor-sports arena for Gua Musang residents. There are also grapevines on building up a small airport for Gua Musang though the facts remained unclear.

I believe with the economic boosting from the Federal government by building up a comfortable highways linking Putrajaya-Kuala Lumpur-Klang Habor-Gua Musang, there is no doubt that MNC’s will invest in Gua Musang building up factories cum the beneficiary will be the Gua Musang residents.

There is already a link connecting Gua Musang to Cameroon Highlands which only took one hour drive but the public haven’t made known of. It is the best place to invest for FDI’s because it has what it takes to be competitive. There are a gateway for the foreign workers (Cameroon Highlands) and also much needed low cost workers with excellent willing to learn skills.

Gua Musang - A New Deal (Part-2)

The New Bus Station

I believe the shanty little town known as the bastion of the Communist terrorist no more should be looked down. There are enormous changes to the town since I stepped my first step there in 1989. The schools certainly have emerged and a lot of new schools have been built to cater the education need of the Gua Musang folks.

The New Wet Market

Seeing the town evolved from nothing to something worth to be expected from, you have to give the credits to Gua Musang MP’s which is Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah. I believe the man does do the work as MP's changing the town to what it is today.

Gua Musang - A New Deal (Part-1)

On the 3rd January 2007, on my way back to Kuala Lumpur I managed to take some snapshots of Gua Musang town. After having a morning drinks with my good friend Faiz (currently F-class contractor in Gua Musang). I went for round-up check up around Gua Musang. I believe the saying Malaysia is no longer Foreign Direct Investment competitive nation is certainly far from the truth.

The reason is that, from my observation, town like Gua Musang is much more competitive in providing the skill and semi-skill services to the multinational companies. There are basic infrastructures with abundance man-power that are willing to accept a low wages to be daily bread winners at Gua Musang. People hardly eat from hand to mouth everyday.

Thanks to the previous administration, at least Gua Musang is not lag behind in terms of academic distribution among the nation folks. What the state and federal government should do is to keep up with the basic infrastructures such as roads, electricity and basic needs. I believe towns like Gua Musang is much more attractive to MNC’s rather than younglings communist nations such as Vietnam or China.

Tuesday, 9 January 2007

Criminalize War

Perdana Global Peace Organisation will held a three day conference on Criminalize War at Putra World Trade Centre on the 5th - 7th of January 2007. For more information on the conference, ones can contact 016-3068848/ 03-40412920 or surf the web www.perdana4peace.org. I can't wait to join the conference due to it's academic value and priceless input that can be gain. I've faxed the application form and guess what? It's free!

p/s: I miss the good old man too...

Monday, 8 January 2007

Futsalria of The Millennium Batch

The Millennium Batch
On the 6th January 2007, I went out to play futsal with my good friends of Kajang High School also known as the Millennium Batch (SPM 2000). We usually play the game at PKNS Bangi at Bandar Baru Bangi which the arena called Futsalria.
Me, Kaisan, Alan & Arul - Playing Fun
Good friends really hard to find. Especially comrades from Kajang High School as disciplined and as well-mannered as them.
I'm trying out Azrul's Savvy

Faces of Tun Teddy

Faces of Tun Teddy