Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Seri Pristana students' 'wet' canteen

Who can we depend on when it comes to educating our children of what is right from wrong when teachers themselves are setting a bad examples?

When parents send their children off to school in the morning to look for their bread and butter, and would only lay eyes on them again in the evening with less time spend before the children hits the bed for the next day of school.

In the latest report that took place surrounding the youth of our future generation and those that were suppose to be their role model, a primary school was caught in the lime light for having their students eating in a changing/shower room that has cause an outcry from the parents.

Saturday, 22 June 2013

'Red Bean Army' or smash peas, your choice.

Earlier yesterday, there were talks about initiating a Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) as a third party to dig up the true insight of the so called 'Red Bean Army' that has apparently been spreading race-related acrimony in the internet. Read Article - Call for RCI into ‘Red Bean Army’

It seems that every report made on the army has traced back to one particular Malaysian political party, the Democratic Action Party, best known as DAP.

Thursday, 6 December 2012

Cared by one, Wanted by none.

HEART TO GIVE: A netizen donates his lose change to a bagger in 
front of Farenheit88 shopping complex, Kuala Lumpur - Scartyscarf.
It has always been the culture of seeing and ignoring amongst the people on the street. Fear of being cheated for their kind deeds, for their lives and their love ones, not knowing if such people does really need help or just pretending for some angel to be the next victim, of rape, and rob, and disappearance from the face of the earth. 

Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia, one of the most popular city amongst tourism and having Bukit Bintang, the heart of Kuala Lumpur. It has been known countless of times the brand heaven Kuala Lumpur gives, but it has also been ignore million times of the people living in the streets. Some only took shelter on the streets to cut cost of paying house rentals, while others roam the streets with nothing more than a set of clothing, some, worst than what the newspaper prints, have nothing more than a piece of pants to cover their private parts while bagging for a meal to fill.

Saturday, 1 September 2012

Light Sentencing A New Thing For Statutory Rape!

Recently, there are follow-ups reports on the light sentencing for two statutory rape cases in Malaysia which involve two victims aged 12 and 13 year old girls. A former national youth squad bowler, Noor Afizal Azizan and electrician Chuah Guan Jin both received a custodial sentence of five and three years on a RM 25,000 good behavior bond. Read: Court releases written judgment on bowler's rape case decision

While both rapist enjoys the luxury of not being sentence to jail, the public are at a mission to dig out reasons of why both judge for both statutory rape cases gave out a light sentencing with the statement that both rapist will have "a bight future ahead".  If something doesn't smell fishy here, it certainly have got rotten. 

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Give A Badge To The Public!

If politics is of no help, ordinary 
Malaysians have often shown that
they can come forward to held each other.
Read:Community becomes close-knit to fight crime in the residential area

    Everything was made known to have their own function of existing in the system. Teachers to educate the younger generations, doctors to help cure sickness and deal with wounds, firefighters with their hosts and water flashing at the end of the host, extinguishing fires and saving trapped residence, governments to govern the people and lead the country into success and police officers keeping the country and people safe from harm and keeping justice at bay.