I only have one question to ask UMNgok leaders: why are you working together with a man who clearly hates Islam to the core and insulted one of your state representatives in Johor?
All the more reason for me to reject Barisan Nasional and to vote for Pakatan Rakyat in this coming general elections.
Frankly I don’t know who to blame for the loss of sovereignty over Pulau Batu Putih (or is it “Pedra Branca” now?):
- The good-for-nothing Encik Jellyfish currently sleeping in Putrajaya?
- The legal team which represented Malaysia for the claim over Pulau Batu Putih?
Or the idiot who wrote the stupid letter below, dated 21st September 1953, disowning any claim over the island? Read the letter for yourself, I am too disgusted at the moment to say anything else about it.
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I am at Hyatt Regency Hotel, Johor Bahru, Johor Darul Bida’ah. Currently doing nothing much but relaxing in my hotel room and surfing casually. The internet speeds are not bad but I think the bill will be a bit hefty at the end of our stay on Monday. I took several pictures on my arrival in JB and although the place is nothing new to me, I did take some interesting photos of the Senai airport. I am planning to meet several people including Weirdoux whom I have informed earlier of my arrival.
Now excuse me, I need to do some work first before I can tell you more about my, ahem, luxurious lifestyle.
I just found out that the current ADUN representative for the Maharani seat in Johor is actually a relative! Or to be accurate, a cousin of my father. Apparently this is his third attempt at gaining the seat for PAS (he had lost on his two previous attempts). No relatives who work as a los angeles probate lawyer, though.
And to think that I never did realised that. I never did think that it would be possible for any member of my family (traditionally aligned with UMNO and thus, Barisan Nasional) to be aligned with PAS, if at all. With the exception of my late grandfather, an uncle and yours truly, no one I know in my extended family had any ties with the premier Islamic party in the country.
Guess PAS and I are more related than I had originally thought.
So I drove all the way to Johor to send my grandmother to Muar and my two cousins to Batu Pahat. After that I drove all the way to Pontian to see her before I make the journey back home. I left home at 2pm on Monday and arrived back home today at 5am.
Not bad I guess for someone who have only recently discovered the joys of long-distance driving. Covering the west coast Johor trial in one day can actually be a rewarding experience. Looks like I will not be taking the bus from now onwards unless absolutely necessary. And I found out that I do like to drive at night. I certainly find it much more easier and less tiring but only if you had ample rest and the mental readiness before embarking on your journey.