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Sunday, December 26, 2010

9/11: A Conspiracy For Profit?

It has long come to my attention that the 9/11 incident that happened back in 2001 was a conspiracy created between the Bush Government and the al-Qaeda. Now of course, Americans will start flaming me and go LOLOLOL AMERICA IS TEH BEST AL-QAEDA BAWMBED US FUCK YOU. But before you do that, you'd best hear me out before you go embarrass yourselves.

First of all, if the United States of America is to go to war with Iraq and win, they would most certainly be able to gain a huge amount of profit for the military because of the amount of oil in there. In fact, the majority of the world's oil comes from the middle east itself.

Secondly, Osama Bin Laden was trained by the CIA itself, not to mention the fact that he has never been found to this day. Now how can one keep himself hidden from the country that is looking for him forever? It is futile to dig out the truth. One can only make guesses. However, the fact remains that there is a huge possibility that the government is the one hiding him.

Thirdly, if we take a closer look at the 9/11 incident, the entire WTC crashed to the ground within what? A few hours? A few minutes maybe? Hour or minute, the fact remains that the World Trade Center was made out of strong steel. It would take weeks to burn metal without any other substance to assist the fire in doing so. No. The building was probably rigged with explosives in vital locations of the building, allowing it to go down just like that should a plane rigged with oil crash into it.

If you would like to argue against this, then go ahead. But do so in a civilized way.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Unmasking Jehovah: The Will of the Lord


Now, don't get me wrong but I do believe in Christianity. There has been too many divine interventions for me to ignore it. However, what I do not believe is that God's will is as pure as most, if not all Christians make it look like. There is a reason why the 'Religious Views' on my Facebook profile says "Anti-Christ". Why is it so, you might ask. Well, before we get to business, let me clarify a few things first. I am not rebelling against Jehovah because it makes me look "gangsta". I am doing so because of his actions. Now, let's get to business.

1. 6/10 of the Ten Commandments states that "You shall not murder." However, we should all note that Jehovah himself has broken that particular commandment countless times. I am of course, referring to Noah's Ark and Egypt: The Plagues and the Exodus. Here is an extract from Wikipedia on E: TP&TE

"The tenth plague culminated in the slaying of the Egyptian male first-borns, whereupon such terror seized the Egyptians that they ordered the Hebrews to leave in the Exodus. The events are commemorated as Passover, referring to how the plague "passed over" the houses of the Israelites while smiting the Egyptians."Moses with the tablets of the 10 Commandments

2. Was such violence really necessary to solve the issues that were in those stories? Why didn't God just walk up to the Pharoah and asked him to Israelites to observe the feast? Why didn't he just show himself to everyone in Noah's Ark?

3. You might remember that it was Jehovah who cast Satan down to the Earth. Why didn't he lock Satan up safely instead? A lot of trouble could have been avoided by doing so. For starters, we wouldn't have had Nazis in the 1940s, the USSR, and of course, our now infamous Prime Minister, Dato Seri Najis. If you're going to give me that second chance bullshit like most pastors do, then I'm sorry, but that second chance has caused a lot of problems for the world already. And why hasn't Jehovah taken any action against Satan yet? The devil is still running amok around the world.

4. As the creator of all life forms, is he not responsible for their welfare and actions? Sure, we have our own minds so we should bear responsibility over certain things but what of the diseases and parasites that are spreading and evolving to this day? What of the major world crisis events? Is he not responsible to cleanse the world of those situations? Has he done that? I think not.

If God's will is to be followed without question, then I'm sorry, but that is not a God I shall worship for I do not follow instructions blindly.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Malaysia's Next Generation: Don't expect too much from them

"Today's kids, tomorrow's leaders" has always been the theme for Swan City Toastmasters' annual Youth Leadership Camp in Sibu. Back then, I was still extremely young when it was started so I didn't have the slightest idea of it's meaning. Now if you think the words of that theme is true for Malaysia, please do think twice. While it is true that today's kids will be tomorrow's leaders, they are nothing like the leaders you have tried to turn them into. Nowadays, the average Malaysian kid of any age would frequently spend his free time in a cybercafe, playing DotA, MAT or some other overrated game.

As I have already expressed this issue many times, Malaysia's next generation is doomed to fail unless by some miracle, every single one of th
ese kids makes the decision to change themselves for the greater good. It is apparent that none of these kids can handle the truth at all. You might remember a confrontation I had with one Brian Liong from the Merdeka district in Sibu which was caused by a spoof I made based on Namewee's "Siti Insyah Sucks Bananas. NAH!" music video. Most of the other kids are no different. Peninsula Malaysia? No
pe. Its no different in there. Everytime the truth s
macks them hard in the face, they'll cry and attempt to flame you with an incoherent amount of Engrish and BM acronyms and those who follow my "trolling" on CiBMall have already witnessed that many times.

Oh sure.... So offering you the advice you asked for is LC-ing?

And to make things worse for Malaysia, being an Internet Tough Guy™ has certainly become some sort of local trend. Not just in the Internet, but also in real life. You have a lot of kids these days, dyeing their hair whenever possible in order to look "cool", then you have kids t41p1ng l13k d1s, the violent threats and of course, the now -infamous "o0o" line. Oh, and did I forget to mention the fact that when they're in doubt, they can only call in their pathetic friends?

Oh, and did I forget to mention the fact that when they're in doubt, they can only call in their pathetic friends?

The game is rigged. The arrogance and ignorance of the younger generation has yielded it's results. Approximately 69% of the next generation is about to "berjuang" into the pithole while they wonder where they went wrong in the past for the rest of their lives because everytime someone points them to the right path, they resolutely refuse to take that path and in the end, it all comes down to this.

Either kill or be killed. If you refuse to kill the monster inside you, then you sir, are doomed to fail, just like the rest of the failures that are to become the next generation.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Malaysia's Next Generation: How And Why They Are Doomed To Fail

Now for those who were wondering wether I abandoned this blog or not....
No, I did not. I just have a lot of unpublished articles and this is the very article that will make the first blog of November as of Saturday, Nov 13, 2010. So anyway, straight to business as usual.

The end-of-year holidays are about to begin again and more SPM candidates are about to discover their futures. In the end, the majority of Malaysia's next generation is still going to fail. It doesn't matter if they've scored straight As in their SPM or STPM. They're still going to fail in the end. How so, you might ask. Let us take a look at the past. Not to dwell on it, but to see where we went wrong.

You see, most schools in Malaysia, if not all, discourages creativity and innovation. Sure, they do not know it but all the same, the fact remains that they are still discouraging creativity and innovation among the younger generation. When you're working on a school project, the data that you must include in the folio is already fixed. You can only change the names and the type of data in it. In the end, every single project that is examined by the Ministry of Education is more or the less the same. Just different districts, different terrain, different types of moral values and so on. There's just too much spoonfeeding involved. The only creativity I see is when it comes to languages in the examinations. Even then, there's still very little creativity involved in it. In fact, its just downright Communist. Why? Because you're forced to write about topics that are fixed by the person who prepared the exam papers. I don't care if I have scored straight As in every single English exam I took, the fixed subjects still limits the amount of creativity that is put into the exams. In the end, you graduate out of college or university and spend the rest of your lifetime behind a desk, doing the paperwork and all that other fancy crap. You're not going to achieve anything out of that except for a decent paycheck. Even then, paychecks in Malaysia aren't decent at all.

Now, all of this leads to another question. WHO is the one to take the blame?
To me, it looks like a 50/50 situation. Half the blame has to go to the government and the other half has to go to our parents for it is they who raised and trained the younger generation. Let's look at the government first.

As I have stated above, creativity is mostly discouraged in schools. You're taught to take notes and memorize the entire exercise book and textbook. That's it. That's all you need to do to pass your exams. No, you can't question the education system because if you do, you'll only be seen as an undisciplined faghat. Seriously, why am I studying about Bani-Abbasiyah when it isn't even related to my ancestors? I can tolerate an overview of the history of Islam and how it came into Asia but how it entered Europe? No thanks, sir.

In addition to that, most teachers discourage their students from using their spare time on their past time like singing, acting, and so on. To add insult to injury, the schools do not provide any courses for music and acting classes, denying the students the chance to show their true talents. There are some who are meant to sit behind desks but what about the others? Are you going to just neglect their needs? A school is a place that is created to build a successful young generation. No, it should not be used just for academics, but to be used to train the younger generation in other skills like public speaking, singing, acting and dancing. There is a reason why America's entertainment industry is still flourishing to this day. Even I have to give Justin Bieber some credit for being able to be recognized internationally whereas our own bands like Pop Shuvit can only make it as far as the Philippines and Indonesia. That sir, is just about it. Schools place too much emphasis on academics. To top it off, each individual has about 9-12 subjects to study in school and that sir, is too much even for a Grade-A student. In the end, those who actually study their lives off lose their identity. Those who are neglected on the other hand, become undisciplined individuals who create problems for the school's administration. Having a very small amount of decency in their attitude, they end up in the pithole when they turn eighteen. What's more? The teachers demand no mistakes. What they want is perfection. Without mistakes, how are we supposed to learn and think out of the box? Ever heard of the line "No mistakes means no effort"?

And again, the parents of the younger generation have to take some of the blame too. How so, you might ask. Let's take a look at your lives shall we?

You see, when you were just an infant, you received plenty of encouragement and love from your family. There was always some praise in your actions. But suddenly, all that was taken away from you. Praise was replaced with criticism and canes. Everyone expected you to excel in your academics. Eventually, you began to pull yourself away from your parents. Whenever you prove them wrong, they accuse you of smart-mouthing.

Can you see where the parents went wrong now? However, it doesn't end here?

All of the above happened because as you grew up, your parents did not see the need to pay attention to you anymore. They grew wary of you, preferring to focus on their jobs for the money. A lot of parents in Asia are like that and there's no denying that. In the end, what happens is that they spend very little time with their children because they don't have the time to do so. Or at least, that's what they claim. The truth is; they do have the time to spend with their kids after work. However, they prefer to spend it on their friends or their own past time instead of trying to understand their kids which is why most of us have the difficulty of telling the difference between reality and fantasy. We see all that crap in movies and we think its reality when it is in fact, FAKE. However, our parents are usually "too busy" to educate us about that subject. Like schools, they also put too much emphasis on academics. Even a tiny drop in their grades can instigate the wrath of a parent in some extreme cases. Because of the fact that they do not spend enough time with their kids, they have a lot of difficulties when it comes to understanding the minds of their children which can lead to a lot of disastrous misunderstandings. Ever wondered why your kid hides everything from you?

Parents should also give their kids some room to express their feelings, not just reprimand their kids for everything they say and praise them when they deserve some credit in their actions or words.

To put it bluntly, parents do not see the point of spending their time with their children because they were not raised that way. They put too much emphasis on their financial issues which causes them to draw themselves away from their kids without realizing it while the concerned youngster does the same. Seriously, don't you get it at all? Haven't you noticed that your child hides so many things from you? They just don't know how to open their minds to their parents because they're afraid of getting reprimanded! This is the problem with most Asian parents. Can't you see that the reason why you can't understand your kids is because of the fact that you don't spend enough time with them? But nooooo! Most of the parents in Asia don't see the point of it and what do we have? Kids who have no decency at all, expecting to be spoonfed by mommy and daddy for the rest of their lives, no-lifers who dye their hair, wear "punk" hairstyles and hang out in cybercafes all day long, playing DotA and getting into gangsterism. Those who manage to get results good enough for UiTM at the very least, end up behind a desk for the rest of their lives because they were not taught to think out of the box. They were only taught to follow the rules. That's it.

It is time to change already. This is exactly how Malaysia failed. We don't have enough leaders to lead the country towards success. Any dream is usually discouraged by everyone. You'd be labeled as a psychotic, crazy person while your dreams will be seen as a waste of time by teachers and parents alike. GOD DAMN IT. CAN YOU SEE WHY NOW? We do not have enough innovative ideas which is how our industry failed on an epic scale. LOOK AT AMERICA. Yes, their economy is getting fucked up and the White House is corrupt but their entertainment industry is still alive to this day. Why? Because they taught their kids to always think outside the box. Sure, Justin Bieber's a fag but I still have to give him some credit for being recognized internationally whereas Siti Nurhaliza is just recognized in specific countries in SEA only. Unless you want your next generation to be zombies and undisciplined fuckers, you will have to start making changes and raise your kids the right way instead of just sticking to the status quo because believe it or not, the status quo does not work anymore.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Next Generation Failure

Welcome to Malaysia. We have Nasi Lemak, curry chicken, Nasi Beriyani, roti canai and Char Kueh Teow. We have the greatest Prime Minister in the world and his name is Najib. We manufacture powerful cars like Proton and Perodua and sell them at an extremely affordable price. We are a peaceful, multi-cultural country. Why? Because our races are united as one, single Malaysia! We have Lee Chong Wei, who plays badminton and wins medals for us and we have our own F1 team! Our democracy is flourishing, our government is just and free from corruption, our streets are clean and beautiful and the USA can kiss Malaysia's ass.


While it is true that we have our own F1 team, it still fails to win any prizes at all. Our government is not just. If anything, it is one of the world's worst governments. Sure, Lee Chong Wei is winning medals for us but do you think the BN will continue supporting his actions? No. Why? Because he's a Chinese! What more do I need to say?

Our cars are crap, there's no denying that. We produce some of the world's worst entry-level cars in history. In fact, Proton's car designs are mere rip-offs from Mitsubishi. While I give Proton credit for the first Saga being more reliable than most of the other cars manufactured today in Malaysia, selling it for more than 20 years is just a big fat no in my book. Other than the Saga, Proton's cars are just ugly, recycled versions of Mitsubishi. In fact, Perodua and Proton is so bad, even Jeremy Clarkson hates them!

"Even Jeremy Clarkson hates them!"

And oh please, don't get me started with the democracy in here. If anything, there is no such thing known as democracy in here. All of the opposition party's speeches were banned from being broadcasted on TV because of Barisan Nasional's ego. Any amount of criticism directed against the government or the BN can get you arrested. In fact, I can get arrested for writing this shit.

If you think our education curriculum's standards is great, think again. I have only one question to ask you which will immediately obliterate any retard who says that Malaysia's academic standards is good. If our education system is so damn good, why do we have so many students going overseas to further their studies?

And the kids these days.... they just can't accept the cold truth. You try to give them the truth about Malaysia and they'll go "OMG MALAYSIA IS TEH BESTZ0R!!! FUCK J00!!!!!111". Seriously, grow the fuck up and look at yourselves. Do you think Najib will give a fuck about the Chinese's rights? Do you think he'll give a fuck about the natives like the Ibans, the Kadazans and god knows what else? Najib is a power hungry monarchist, there's no denying that. And guess what? In the future, he'll be claiming that the Malays are the rightful owners of Malaysia! Oh, and let's not forget about his recent bribery.

And what have we ever achieved after more than 50 years of independence? Lee Chong Wei and his hax0red badminton skills? Sorry, but we're losing medals at badminton too due to the fact that Lee is getting old. WCG? Sorry, but Malaysia never made it past the first round. Moto GP? Nope. Soccer? Don't make me laugh. Ping Pong? Last time I checked, it is still dominated by the guys from the People's Republic of China.

Think twice before you start bullshitting around. Just because I criticize the country does not necessarily mean that I am a racist. Fuck you, goodbye, the end.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

HIStory: Do we even have them?

When we were young, we used to go outside and play childish games like Hide & Seek, Tag.... well, you get the idea. In fact, this includes the teenagers and back in the 80s and 70s, our parents as well. Back then, Windows didn't even exist. Everyone was still using DOS command prompts and typewriters. In fact, computers didn't become popular in offices until the mid-90s when Microsoft revolutionized the modern computer industry with Windos 95, 98 and Millenium Edition. Back then, it was still a premium luxury to own a computer at home due to the economic recession in 97. In fact, most of us didn't have any computers in our homes until 2004-2005. Before that, we went to cybercafes for a game of Need For Speed or Counter Strike. Back then, we didn't have Duo Cores, let alone P4s. I'm sure some of my readers here will still remember their days on a 486HZ processor but for many of us, we won't even get the chance to see a 486."Everyone was still using DOS command prompts and typewriters"

In today's world, computers have become more revolutionized than they were in the days of the 486. It has become normal for a person, even in Indonesia, to have a computer in his house. We have become spoilt by the variety of games that are available in the market. Back in the 80s and early 90s, our parents were playing Tetris, Zelda and Secret of Mana on a Nintendo. Today, we're playing Splinter Cell, Grand Theft Auto, Company of Heroes and Crysis. If the average modern teenager were to go back to playing something like The Ninja Warriors, he'd get bored of it within 5 minutes.

"Secret of Mana, 1993"
Meanwhile in offices, the paperwork is now being done by computers. Gone are the days when we had to use the typewriter to type out contracts while worrying about the typewriter itself jamming like lulz. Now we have computers which allows you to erase your mistakes without wasting any resources at all. That, and you can just stick your company's logo onto that piece of paper you call a contract with a few clicks from the mouse. Oh, and did I forget to mention that you don't have to worry about jams?

"No more jams! Why? Because we have computers!"
All of this makes me wonder what we're going to tell our kids when we have them. You see, the average student will sit in front of the computer during his free time, playing games like Call of Duty 4 while the average adult would most likely be typing out letters in front of a computer. I won't deny that I am no different. It was either playing a game, making kids cry on the Internet or doing the accounting. To make things worse, the music industry in today's society has turned into a place for wannabes. Fucking wannabes like Big Bang, Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber are popping out everywhere. What happened to the 80s and 90s(not to mention the early 2000s) when we had real artists like Westlife, Michael Jackson, Eurythmics, N-Sync and Duran Duran? In here, you're either a Grade-A student, spending his free time reading his textbooks and notes, or a Grade-E student, spending his time in front of a computer screen, playing DoTA all day long. There is no such thing as a Grade-B student who knows how to arrange his time.

And again, all of this crap today makes me wonder what I'm going to tell my kids about my childhood when I become all grown-up, being married and of course, having kids. Am I going to tell them about the days when I played Call of Duty 4? Am I going to tell them about these Grade-A students who end up behind the desk for the rest of their lives, doing the same thing everyday? Am I going to tell them about the wannabes like Justin Bieber and Big Bang?

Until that actually happens, FUCK IT! :)

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Malaysia: The next generation is FUCKED!

1Malaysia was the ultimate concept of racial unity which was formed by Najib back in 2009. At that time, I was still studying in Sibu while working as a part-time technician. Everyone was parroting the 1Malaysia concept like ignorant twats(Oh wait, THEY ARE!) except for me and a few people. When our little community was asked to give a reason on why we weren't waving the Malaysian flag on National Day, everyone who questioned us was offended(more liek butthurt) by our answers.

Now, unless you know anything about Malaysian politics, I would advise you to shut the fuck up. If you're not ready for the truth, go away. I'm not interested in reading your comments, bitching about me being proud, arrogant or whatever catches your fancy. As I have expressed it many times in my previous articles, 1Malaysia looks good, sounds good and feels good but it is only a mere illusion which is designed to continue the BN's rule of Monarchy and recent events just makes their intentions crystal clear. You can deny it all you want, calling me an overproud person whom the country doesn't need. The fact still remains that our country is heading for disaster and basically, you're asking me to kiss Najib's ass blindly even if he turns against the non-Malays.

Looks good, sounds good and feels good. Sadly, it's a LIE!

Grow the fuck up and look at yourselves already. You can call me an overproud person when you have your ego to boot and you wankers talk cock everyday like you know everything when you don't. It's no wonder we're always the first to be laughed at. Everytime someone criticizes this hellhole we're in, you'd be pointing middle fingers at the critic while coming up with UNoriginal insults.

Typical butthurt smartass.

When you look at things from a neutral perspective, you'll notice that Najib is no different compared to Hitler. He executes or arrests anyone who dares to criticize him and the BN with the Internal Security Act. Oh, and please don't tell me that criticizing the nation is a danger to it's security. If it really jeopardizes the nation's security, then we would have already been nuked a long time ago. The ISA is just a fucking excuse to arrest people without any trial or reason at all. In fact, I can get ISAed for writing this. So much for democracy, Malaysia.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The Biased Government of Malaysia

WARNING: The following text contains the truth that has been long hidden from the public. Please press the X button on the top right corner if your screen if you are not ready.

(1) Of the five major banks, only one is multi-racial, the rest are controlled by Malays.

(2) 99% of Petronas directors are Malays.

(3) 3% of Petronas employees are Chinese.

(4) 99% of 2000 Petronas gasoline stations are owned by Malays.

(5) 100% all contractors working under Petronas projects must be of Bumis status.

(6) 0% of non-Malay staff are legally required in Malay companies. But there must be 30% Malay staffs in Chinese companies.

(7) 5% of all new intake for government police, nurses, army, are non-Malays.

(8) 2% is the present Chinese staff in Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF), a drop from 40% in 1960.

(9) 2% is the percentage of non-Malay government servants in Putrajaya, but Malays make up 98%.

(10) 7% is the percentage of Chinese government servants in the entire government (in 2004); a drop from 30% in 1960.

(11) 95% of government contracts are given to Malays.

(12) 100% all business licensees are controlled by Malay government, e.g. Taxi permits, Approved permits, etc.

(13) 80% of the Chinese rice millers in Kedah had to be sold to Malay controlled Bernas in 1980s. Otherwise, life is made difficult for Chinese rice millers.

(14) 100 big companies set up, owned and managed by Chinese Malaysians were taken over by government, and later managed by Malays since 1970s, e.g. UTC, UMBC, MISC, etc.

(15) At least 10 Chinese owned bus companies (throughout Malaysia in the past 40 years) had to be sold to MARA or other Malay transport companies due to rejection by Malay authorities to Chinese applications for bus routes and rejection for their applications for new buses.

(16) Two Chinese taxi drivers were barred from driving in Johor Larkin bus station. There are about 30 taxi drivers and three were Chinese in Oct. 2004. Spoiling taxi club properties was the reason given.

(17) 0 non-Malays are allowed to get shop lots in the new Muar bus station (Nov. 2004).

(18) 8000 billion ringgit is the total amount the government channeled to Malay pockets through ASB, ASN, MARA, privatization of government agencies, Tabung Haji etc, through NEP over a 34 years period.

(19) 48 Chinese primary schools closed down from 1968 - 2000.

(20) 144 Indian primary schools closed down from 1968 - 2000.

(21) 2637 Malay primary schools built from 1968 - 2000.

(22) 2.5% is government budget for Chinese primary schools. Indian schools got only 1%, Malay schools got 96.5%.

(23) While a Chinese parent with RM1000 salary (monthly) cannot get school textbook loan, a Malay parent with RM2000 salary is eligible.

(24) All 10 public university vice chancellors are Malays.

(25) 5% of the government universities’ lecturers are of non-Malay origins. This percentage has been reduced from about 70% in 1965 to only 5% in 2004.

(26) Only 5% has been given to non-Malays for government scholarships in over 40 years.

(27) 0 Chinese or Indians were sent to Japan and Korea under the “Look East Policy.”

(28) 128 STPM Chinese top students could not get into the course to which they aspired, i.e. Medicine (in 2004).

(29) 10% quotas are in place for non-Bumi students for MARA science schools beginning in 2003, but only 7% are filled. Before that it was 100% Malays.

(30) 50 cases in which Chinese and Indian Malaysians are beaten up in the National Service program in 2003.

(31) 25% of the Malaysian population was Chinese in 2004, a drop from 45% in 1957.

(32) 7% of the Malaysian population is Indian (2004), a drop from 12% in 1957.

(33) 2 million Chinese Malaysians have emigrated in the past 40 years.

(34) 0.5 million Indian Malaysians have emigrated overseas.

(35) 3 millions Indonesians have migrated to Malaysia and become Malaysian citizens with Bumis status.

(36) 600,000 Chinese and Indian Malaysians with red IC were rejected repeatedly when applying for citizenship in the past 40 years. Perhaps 60% of them had already passed away due to old age. This shows racism, based on how easily Indonesians got their citizenships compared with the Chinese and Indians.

(37) 5% - 15% discount for a Malay to buy a house, regardless whether the Malay is rich or poor.

(38) 2% is what new Chinese villages get, compared with 98% - what Malay villages got for rural development budget.

(39) 50 road names (at least) had been changed from Chinese names to other names.

(40) 1 Dewan Gan Boon Leong (in Malacca) was altered to another name (e.g. Dewan Serbaguna or something like that) when it was only officially used for a few days. The government tries to shun Chinese names. This example of racism occurred around 2000.

(41) 0 temples/churches were built for each housing estate. But every housing estate got at least one mosque/surau built.

(42) 3000 mosques/surau were built in all housing estates throughout Malaysia since 1970. No temples or churches are required to be built in housing estates.

(43) 1 Catholic church in Shah Alam took 20 years to apply to have a building constructed. But they were told by Malay authority that it must look like a factory and not like a church. As of 2004 the application still have not been approved.

(44) 1 publishing of Bible in Iban language banned (in 2002).

(45) 0 of the government TV stations (RTM1, RTM2, TV3) are directors of non-Malay origin.

(46) 30 government produced TV dramas and films always showed that the bad guys had Chinese faces, and the good guys had Malay faces. You can check it out since 1970s. Recent years, this has become less of a tendency.

(47) 10 times, at least, Malays (especially Umno) had threatened to massacre the Chinese Malaysians using May 13, since 1969.

(48) 20 constituencies won by DAP would not get funds from the government to develop. These Chinese majority constituencies would be the last to be developed.

(49) 100 constituencies (parliaments and states) had been racially re-delineated so Chinese votes were diluted for Chinese candidates. This is one of the main reasons why DAP candidates have consistently lost in elections since the 1970s.

(50) Only 3 out of 12 human rights items are ratified by the Malaysian government since 1960.

(51) 0 - elimination of all forms of racial discrimination (UN Human Rights) has not been ratified by Malaysian government since 1960s.

(52) 20 reported cases whereby Malay ambulance attendances treated Chinese patients inhumanely, and Malay government hospital staffs purposely delayed attending to Chinese patients in 2003. Unreported cases may be 200.

(53) 50 cases each year whereby Chinese, especially Chinese youths, are being beaten up by Malay youths in public places. Police reports may be checked to verify this, provided the police took the report, otherwise there will be no record.

(54) 20 cases every year whereby Chinese drivers who accidentally knocked down Malays were seriously assaulted or killed by Malays.

(55) 12% is what ASB/ASN got per annum while banks fixed deposits are only about 3.5% per annum.

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Oh, and I'm still working on another article which should be released this weekend. In the meantime, why don't you just subscribe to the drama most Malaysian teenagers tend to instigate on Facebook?

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Malaysia: The Failed Nation

We have to pay for security guards because the police are hopeless.
We have to install water filters because the water supply is dirty.
We have to watch satellite tv because the government broadcasts crap.
We have to drive because the government's commute system is very poor.
We have to pay tax on foreign cars because Mahathir wants to keep his dying local car industry alive.

Written by: Scott Tan

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

National Day? More like another version of May 13

Another National Day has passed us. It has been "fun" with all the drama sprouting out of nowhere. Now seriously, kids. If you're going to use that "Go back to China, you Chinese pig" line on me, how about starting with the Malays going back to Indonesia?

It's time to grow up, you fucking sandniggers, chinks, dirtniggers and everyone else. A Malaysia without the Chinese is like another version of Indonesia. Without the Chinese, do you think you will have KLCC? Without the Chinese, do you think we would have fared better than Indonesia?

Think twice before you start more bullshit. I just love the way racists try to talk cock and act like wannabe "gangstas". And don't try the racism game with me. I know so many racist lines, your head would be spinning right round like a record label within 5 seconds.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

No, I will not fly the Malaysian flag

“I will not fly the Malaysian flag because I am politically educated unlike you. Therefore, I am aware of the political situation in here. You see, I actually read the news instead of sticking to the government’s craptastic propaganda in TV1, TV2 and TV3.” Are the words I am fond of repeating to anyone who asks me why I am not raising a fucking Malaysian flag. You see, National Day is approaching us and everyone is now parroting the now-infamous 1Malaysia concept created by our “dear” Prime Minister without even realizing the reality of it. It’s always the same shit every year. The same corrupt politicians, the same money politics and of course, the same “Why are you not raising a Malaysian flag?” question. But this year, things are a bit different for the BN.

The UMNO has already lost it’s front in Sarawak, thanks to the fact that Najib attempted to bribe Sibu MYR5 million, not to mention the fact that one of UMNO’s critics was brutally murdered because he spoke against them during the election period. In fact, this has already become a common fact throughout the whole state, especially Sibu. However, for some weird reason, most kids in Sarawak are still parroting the 1Malaysia concept blindly.
"You help me, I help you."

Speaking of Sarawak, I’m getting sick and tired of everyone parroting that god damned concept blindly without even realizing the reality of it. Oh wait, they can’t! Because whenever you try to explain the reality of 1Malaysia, you’ll be receiving middle fingers from the concerned individual! This has been proven by my experience in Sibu, Kuching and a friend of mine in Miri. However, more and more people are starting to realize that 1Malaysia is just a lie, a fake concept that was designed to lure people to vote for the SUPP which is mind you, the UMNO’s sub-party in Sarawak. To make things worse, those who are working for companies under the UMNO are forced to vote for the SUPP.
"Sure, all these slogans like "Budi Bahasa, Budaya Kita" and "Rakyat didahulukan, pencapaian diutamakan" sounds good and all that but is there anything more to the concept?"
It is time to look at your own actions before you instigate another May 13, Najib. You say that you are “anti-rasuah” but by offering a bribe to a town, not only are you breaking your own laws while being a hypocrite, you are trying to instill a rule of Monarchy and Malay dominance. Sure, all these slogans like “Budi Bahasa, Budaya Kita” and “Rakyat didahulukan, pencapaian diutamakan” sounds good and all that but is there anything more to the concept? I don’t see the government being good role models and no, please do not at this point, tell me that the government’s duty is to spread it all over the country while it is ours to make it come true. Sure, that’s true but don’t you think the government should be the role models?

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

I'm back!

Yes, people. I'm back and my hands are going to get all itchy on the keyboard again soon. While I have been away, I have been working on two new articles. Yep, at least one of them is related to politics again. Yes, I couldn't resist the urge to write up another rant on Malaysia's political drama due to the fact that August 31st is coming up in about 5 days. Oh, and expect to see me playing AssaultCube v1.1.

Friday, August 13, 2010


For those who have been trying to contact me on Facebook, Xfire, MSN and so on, I have been away from the Intertubes due to the fact that a fucked up aunt of mine decided to be a jackass and evict the fuck out of us all of a sudden. Now, I am waiting for my Internet line to be fixed so I may not be on for another week or two.

Oh, and when I get back on my regular line, somebody is gonna get hacked real badly.

Sunday, August 8, 2010

1Malaysia? I Think Not Again.

Ever since the 1Malaysia concept was introduced into the country, people have been going into Patriotism and Nationalism, praising the UMNO for this "great" concept but do they have any idea of what they're talking about? Sure, all these slogans like "Rakyat didahulukan, pencapaian diutamakan" sounds good but is it that good in reality?

To be honest, I like the concept of 1Malaysia but where's all the action? All I see is the government wasting their money on useless crap like the Mitsubishi EVOs for the PDRM and KL. Sure, KL needs to be developed but don't you think it needs to be stabilized first? Oops, its the taxpayers' money! Therefore, the civilians don't have a say on this! The government doesn't give a shit about the other states. Grow up already, Malaysia. Instead of spending money on the EVOs, why not try to place a bounty on officers who took bribes? Say... MYR1000 per officer?

"All I see is the government wasting their money on useless crap like the Mitsubishi EVOs for the PDRM"

Now, calm down people. It's bad enough the government is being biased while breaking their own laws openly and UMNO already has a track record of assassinations but don't you think it's time to change the status quo?

I know a mate of mine who's a Muslim. Not too long ago, he was dating a Christian Iban when they were spotted by the Iban's father. The Iban's parents' responded by forbidding them to communicate. Why? Because of their religious differences! Her parents didn't want their kids to be influenced by Muslims. Meanwhile, they continued to date each other secretly but like so many other relationships, they eventually broke up.

It's time to abolish this mindset already, people. If you're going to be parroting about 1Malaysia to your kids, then you HAVE to support the concept. It's not that 1Malaysia is a bad thing. It's just the fact that the UMNO is using it as a lie to gain more votes. So anyway, it's about time we started changing the status quo ourselves. Instead of sticking to the slogan "Changes starts with the government", how about trying "Changes starts with YOU"? You can't rely on our government to run the country efficiently but you can rely on yourselves to start making changes to our country. Every little bit helps and eventually, the government will be forced to recognize that too.

It's time to change already, Malaysia. GROW UP!

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Freedom of Speech

It is now 2010. The younger generation is becoming modernized by the government and their environment. Most of us would already have heard about the concept of 'Freedom of Speech' but how much do they know about the concept of FoS?
"How much do they know about the concept of FoS?"

If anything, their knowledge about this concept is next to nothing at all. The average teenager in Malaysia would usually rush into a conversation without any understanding on the subject at all. These subjects can be anything from politics to law. And when someone rubs the truth all over their face, the idiot would go into rage and start pointing middle fingers at the person who just gave him/her a good round of "lolowned".

A good example of a sore loser who can't accept the truth. Please click on the image to view it properly.

From my observation, most teenagers in Malaysia look at the concept of Freedom of Speech as a right to talk cock, even when they don't even have the slightest idea of what they are talking about. In the eyes of the average Malaysian, the freedom of speech is a right that is to be denied from the younger generation. Judging by the amount of retards in the younger generation, I can understand their point of view.

If all that wasn't enough, there are some who think that freedom of speech means the right to put up bullshit on their Facebook. Say... something like "butuh kau" or "pergi matilah, *insert name here*." Little do they know that they can be sued for that. I seriously don't understand why they can't take a bit of criticism. All of these idiots try to act like tough guys whenever the truth gets rubbed all over their face. Instead of leaving the conversation, they would go to great lengths to evade the truth while starting a flame war. In the end, the flame war always ends up with the idiot getting a good round of "lolowned" and the troll being subject to unoriginal insults by the noob. If the majority of the next generation is like this, then this country is seriously fucked.


Tuesday, July 27, 2010

School For Pregnant Teenagers?

Recently, someone within our government's education department in Melaka has made a suggestion to start a school for pregnant teenagers. Yes, a school for pregnant, underage girls people. This isn't a joke either. I can see a lot of boos coming to this suggestion to be honest but please, use your brains for once. Do you think these people should be excluded from society?
"Yes, a school for pregnant, underage girls people."

According to my own knowledge, pregnant teenage girls are usually forced to stop schooling. In some cases, they will only be allowed to return to the school for examinations and nothing more than that. The reason? It's simple. The school administration board doesn't want their image to be tarnished by that single individual and since she is going to be subject to verbal abuse, they might as well expel her. It's a win-win solution right? Wrong. Basically, these premarital pregnant individuals are trapped. They're excluded from society, the public has no respect for them and no school will accept them anymore. This is where a school for pregnant teenagers comes in. Not only will this school be able to prepare the pregnant individuals for the birth of their babies, the percentage of "pembuangan bayi" cases can also be reduced dramatically as the government monitors the concerned individuals actions towards their infants.

However, a school for pregnant teenagers will have it's own cons too. What will the younger generation think of premarital sex? This is like giving them the green light to have sex at an inappropriate age. Let us not forget that most of these teenagers are still relying on mommy and daddy to spoonfeed them. Also, as the school takes in more students, the identity of the concerned individuals may be revealed over time since the school only accepts pregnant teenagers. To put it in a nutshell, the concerned individuals and parents won't have any room for privacy at all as society looks down on them. They are also subject to verbal abuse from the public.

Of course, sex education is the way to go but our government is nowhere near to providing that kind of education soon enough. As I have said before, sex education SHOULD start from Primary 1 instead of Secondary 3.

This is OverL33T, jacking off another rant.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

The most annoying sound in the world

When it comes to music, we all love artists and bands like Lindsay Lohan, Miley Cyrus, Big Bang, Tae-Yang and Super Junior right?


Big Bang and Super Junior can fuck off with their unoriginal songs as far as I am concerned. Lindsay Lohan and Miley Cyrus can fuck off with their whiny voices. Justin Bieber? Fuck it. And please, get the fuck out if you're going to start a flame war with me just because I mentioned one of your idols just now because I have a very good reason to criticize them.
"They're nothing compared to what we had in the past."

You see, today's record labels are only interested in earning money. They're not interested in the satisfaction of their customers as long as you give them the fucking money they want. And you know today's pop stars, they're just wannabes. They're nothing compared to what we had in the past. Back then, we had Westlife, Boyzone, N-Sync, Tears For Fears, Dschinghis Khan, Eurythmics, Rod Stewart and yes, Michael Jackson. Each one of these artists have actually contributed something new to the music scene whereas the majority of today's pop stars have no creativity at all. All their songs are about sex, girls and money. What makes it worse is the fact that even White Americans have started to invade the rap scene. People like Justin Bieber and Eminiem MAKE MY EARS BLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED.

"Oh, and have you seen the 'gangsta' hairstyles some of these fuckers do?"

If that wasn't enough, even the Chinese, South Koreans, Malays, Japanese and Indonesians have started to invade the craptastic wannabes scene and have started to rap and sing about the same thing. That is of course, sex, girls and money. Yes, I'm talking about sore losers like Pop Shuvit, Big Bang and The GazettE. Fuck me sideways if you're going to ask me to listen to them. Sure, K-Pop and J-Pop used to be decent in the past but it has also deteriorated into a scene for wannabes. Anyone who has the money can get himself a record label already. Oh, and have you seen the 'gangsta' hairstyles some of these fuckers do? Thank god we still have decent artists like Ayumi Hamasaki, the last of the pop stars who remain loyal to real music. And please, I would rather commit suicide if I had to listen to Tae-Yang singing 'I NEED A GIRL'.

This is {AW}Bryan singing off another rant.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

1 Malaysia? I think not

Yes, I am finally bringing up the issue of the now infamous 1 Malaysia concept. Yes, this is a political article so for those who are too sensitive to fucking understand this one, please click the X button on the top right side of your browser's window.

Now, I do understand the concept of 1 Malaysia. It is meant to unite the many races of Malaysia together. In the words of Malaysia's now infamous Chinese rapper, Wee Meng Chee; "If we work together, everything will be free." Sounds easy on the paper, right? I think not.

Personally, I see this 1 Malaysia BS as a "frontline" for the UMNO to achieve more votes. You might remember Najib's recent bribery of MYR5M in Sibu which took place a few months ago. Remember his "You help me, I help you" speech?

"Let's make a deal. If you deliver me Robert Lau Jr on Sunday, I will sign the cheque on Monday. But first, you must deliver me my candidate ah." - Najib Razak

Now let me highlight a few issues here.

First of all, as our "dear" Prime Minister, isn't it his duty to ensure the welfare of the entire country instead of just pouring out the money on the Peninsular states only?

Secondly, as a member of the government body, is it not his duty to act against bribery? Why is he doing it himself? Is it because he is becoming desperate and perhaps, power hungry?

Thirdly, judging by his English, I doubt that Malaysia will be going anywhere if our leaders cannot speak English properly. All I have seen from him so far was Engrish and nothing else.

Last of all, there has been proof stating that the Sarawak United People's Party(under UMNO) has been cheating their way through with their "post-voting". It is no wonder the UMNO was able to hold Malaysia for such a long period of time. Not only will this piece of news reduce the amount of votes the parties under Najib will receive, this will also be detrimental for the party's image, not to mention the country's too.

Friday, July 9, 2010

SHOUTCast Update!

After a looooooong while, my SHOUTCast has been inactive, thanks to the fact that there was a fault in the configuration. With the assistance of Rhys 'Catalyst' Edwards of Australia, we have brought the SHOUTCast back online!

Please refer to my Facebook page to receive updates on the SHOUTCast's IP address because someone might switch off or restart the router for some reason. So basically, if the IP changes, you'll be able to receive it on my Facebook page.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Fan Mail: Hypocrisy At It's Best?

So let me highlight a few lulz in that QQing.

"no more pick flaws thx"
"kip pick flaws to mii"
"and got 1 BASTARD add my FB"
"don force mii to do anythig that damage ur pc"

Hypocrisy at it's best. Also, notice that she threatened to DOS my system. What a fucking faggot.

Monday, July 5, 2010

I pity most Asians

Life is sad in Asia, isn't it?

I pity most of you, for I have received the power of creativity while you have not.

Most kids in here are denied their human rights. They're not allowed to express their opinion when they are not happy about something. Any attempt to discuss a particular problem with the parents would usually be evaded by the PARENTS.

Eventually, they learn to shut up and forget about using their brains. Eventually, the consequences will follow as they do not know how to solve problems at all. I remember this incident as if it were yesterday. Nobody likes to be caned so our Economics teacher was asking for an alternative from us but all she received was useless crap. They asked her to not give us any homework at all. What kind of bullshit is that eh? I was the only one who came up with the suggestion to force those who did not complete their work to stay back.

Most of the blame has to go to the education system but some of it has to go to the parents too. They usually forbid their kids to watch the news and yes, I'm saying that they are basically training them to ignore the world that is outside their little country. This is exactly why most Asians often get laughed at because they rush into a discussion without even understanding what they are talking about. 1Malaysia a good thing? Sucking cocks can make girls pregnant? Telekom is a good Internet Service Provider? Yawwwnnnnnnn......

How is it their fault? And why? Let's find out the problems.


Teen dating isn't good. Computer games are bad for you. Najib is a good person. HOW ABOUT A NICE CUP OF "SHUT THE FUCK UP"?

As I have explained in one of my older posts, teen dating isn't bad at all. You just have to know where to draw the line. Computer games aren't necessarily bad. You just have to know that whatever happens in the virtual world isn't necessarily the same in real life. Najib is a good person? Explain why he had to bribe Sibu MYR5,000,000 then.

The education system is to blame too for giving out sex education when it is already too late. At the age of 12, most kids would already have watched a certain amount of pornography already. If anything, sex education should start at 6 years old, not 15. This ensures that the younger generation has a better understanding of the word sex. No, people. It is not a fucking bad thing. It is the way mankind has portrayed it, ruining it's image. Without sex, you wouldn't be reading this. Without sex, this article would never be published at all. Without sex, the Internet wouldn't have existed at all.

In compositions and projects, any amount of creativity would be hashed out immediately. Just look at the un-unique compositions produced by most students. There's nothing special in them! It's always the same shit in a different toilet. This is because most Asians have been taught to copy everything and to follow instructions without question and what do we end up with? University graduates who only want to make ends meet? An uncreative Asian society? The rules of our projects are so fucking strict, I'd be laughing my ass off if you can call that creativity. I don't know if this applies to Japan, South Korea, Brunei and Singapore but it definitely applies to Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand.


Some of the blame has to go to the parents for not educating their kids properly too. This isn't good for you. That isn't good for you. This isn't the kind of stuff you should be watching. You shouldn't be playing that game. Why? Just shut up and do as I tell you. Monarchy much, mommy?

Parents have to play their part in educating their kids properly too. You can't just rely on the government to educate the younger generation properly. As far as I can see, most parents forbid their children to watch the news until they are 12 or 13 because it sounds unpleasant. Unpleasant it may be, they still need to know what is going on outside their little world. If the parents continue this kind of attitude, approximately 70% of the younger generation will remain ignorant towards everything that happens outside their country for the next 30 years.

It also the responsibility of every single parent in the world to provide the younger generation a sufficient amount of sex education. Otherwise, they'll end up watching pornography for the rest of their lives while getting the wrong impression of the word, sex. And again people, sex isn't a bad thing so if you're going to cry about it, then please do us both a favor and CLOSE THIS WINDOW NOW unless you're going to come up with a valid argument.

If that wasn't enough, it is wrong to prove your parents wrong in Asia. A successful attempt in doing so will only result in getting yourself a slap in the face or being told to shut up. Don't you think our parents are being hypocrites? Apparently it is wrong for us to criticize them and yet there is nothing wrong with them criticizing us. Are they fucking butthurt or what? I thought they were supposed to raise us and train us democratically, not teach us how to be Monarchists.

Rant adjourned.
HMS Repulse

P.S.: The Government is currently the most hypocritical organization in the country. They are forcing the teachers to lie to the younger generation about 1Malaysia and Najib's good will and yet they teach us not to lie and to be honest towards other people?

Friday, July 2, 2010

Nerds & Computers: Anti-Aliasing Explained

A lot of people in here don't know what it really does so I'm going to give out a brief explanation here.

To put it bluntly, anti-aliasing is a method used to fool the eye to think that a jagged end is really smooth. The intention of Anti-Aliasing is to make today's games look more realistic. Remember though that Anti-Aliasing does not smooth any edges of images as it merely fools the eye. If you can't tell the difference, then let's compare 2 screenshots taken from Need For Speed: Prostreet with FRAPS.

NOTE: Because of Blogger's size limit, I am forced to use thumbnails. Please click the thumbnails to view the full size of the image.

Photobucket Photobucket

If you look at the images closely, you'll notice that the vehicle WITHOUT Anti-Aliasing has some jagged ends. This is caused by the limitations of a computer screen. It doesn't matter if you're on an LCD screen or a CRT. While your computer can draw straight horizontal and vertical lines, it cannot draw diagonal lines straightly.

Hope this helps,

EDIT: Apparently I posted 2 similar images. ****!

Tuesday, June 29, 2010


English is a very important and awesome language. Truth be told, it is more important than most people think it is. If a CEO can't speak English, then how is he supposed to expand his assets?

The sad thing is, most Malaysians can't speak proper English. Instead of pronouncing the "vege" part of the word "vegetables" as "veshtebels", they pronounce it as "vejjytabel". If that wasn't enough, then you can refer to their Facebook pages and look at the amount of Engrish in there.

The root of the problem:

It seems that our education system isn't efficient enough. Most schools and teachers aren't putting enough emphasis on the importance of the language. They see it as a language that is only important IF AND ONLY IF the individual plans to further their studies overseas. Students aren't given enough pressure to get a pass on the particular language, thanks to the fact that we are promoting the laughable Bahasa Malaysia most of the time.

Put it this way. If everyone in the country has this kind of attitude, then our Malaysian Ringgit would be similar to the Indonesian Rupiah. If everyone is to bolster this attitude, then how are you supposed to serve the foreigners? You're cannot expect them to understand Malay or Chinese. The same applies to certain Asian countries like Japan, Thailand and The Philippines. Most kids today are only pressured to pass their English. They are never asked to ace it out for some reason. I can understand why but this bullshit has to stop before our economy is crippled to shits. We don't need another Indonesia, thank you very much. You see, this is exactly why we don't have enough people acing out their English.

I am extremely fluent in English compared to the Malaysian standard and for that reason, I am granted a certain amount of extra respect from other people. Sure, most teenagers today will not understand why, especially when it comes to the Internet Tough Guys™ but that doesn't matter because most of them will end up in the plunger, cutting trees for Emasonic and serving coffee in Esan Cafe. Those who are more successful in their endeavours will later understand why it is a very important factor when it comes to Economics. Schools should also play their part in encouraging the use of English while teachers should stop allowing students to copy the answers from their workbooks. Teachers should also force their students to use English in class when the lesson is taught in English. Telling them to do so is no use. To successfully create a rule, you must enforce it like the old days.

And yet another rant by {AW}Bryan aka OverL33T

P.S.: The amount of people who assume that I am a university grad at first sight is extremely surprising and that is one huge benefit of knowing how to speak English properly in Malaysia.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Fan Mail(sort of)

: nowaday so many bastard~all of their parents izzit hooker?
haha~ no time teach then manner

Extracted from a deleted blogspot page's shoutbox.

And on the last blog....

just now i on my FB

so many ppl add mii agn

and got 1 BASTARD add my FB
✞♫♪Click Here Go BASTARD's FB♪♫✞

whos him?

i dont know

i just know this FB was a BASTARD's FB

and the BASTARD IP is

dun make me damage ur PC

i dont wan to argue with other

dowan enemy wit anyone

but dis BASTARD wan enemy v mii

kip pick flaws to mii

i just wan


no more pick flaws thx



Meanwhile on, I received a PM from the same person.

u cant c my blog
den u tot i closed my blog?
noob guy
tat jz a function to make u cnt c my blog
plsz improve ur knowledge of PC

Anyone who wishes to send these empty threats to me, please be aware that you can get sued for that and I have my own contacts within the PDRM. You have been warned.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Top 5 games to entertain you this holiday

So the holidays have arrived, and you're out of things to do!
Luckily, your friend who is known as
{AW}Bryan has come up with a list of games for you to try out during these 3 weeks.
Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box

Despite the fact that I am an anti-EA faggot, I have to say that I am amazed by the fact that EA managed to pull off a nearly perfect racing game for the casual gamers. If racing ridiculously fast cars isn't your cup of tea, then you can still opt for the bikes that come with the game.

Race Driver: GRID

Perhaps the best racing game available on the PC platform before DiRT2 came out, Race Driver: GRID manages to combine a racing simulation and an arcade racer into an extremely addictive racing game. Yep, what we're looking at is probably the devvies having fun again. Kudos to them for the impressive visuals and addictive gameplay.

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

Infinity Ward has been known to produce a lot of great results when it comes to the CoD series and Modern Warfare reached new heights. Although the singleplayer campaign is over in a flash, the great multiplayer and the quality of the campaign itself compensates for the short length of the singleplayer. However, be prepared to be annoyed be noobtubers, martydumbs and last shitheads.

Company of Heroes
Not too long ago, I was complaining about how most of today's real time strategy games are mere gimmicks and failures and how the old games like C&C Red Alert and Dune 2000 were a whole lot better than them. That is not the case with Company of Heroes. After playing this World War II RTS game, I can't imagine myself going back to Dune 2000 anytime soon. Get it along with Tales of Valor and you'll earn max respect.


Last, but not least, we have Audiosurf. Performance issues aside, it as an extremely unique game that allows you to play your .mp3 library in a new fashion. Valve has once again, produced a great game for us and it is available on Steam for only USD10! That is less than MYR100 so there's no excuse for you to not purchase the game or pirate it.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Very small update as promised

So I promised a small piece of the fictional story I was writing for this holiday and here it is!

NOTE: Subject to change

What I am about to write happened in the year 2010.
It was on that year we fought the Revelation outbreak at the virtual frontlines.

Yes, I had a computer
Yes, I was a hacker
Yes, I am Repulse

Sunday, May 30, 2010

The Local Fags - Teen Dating

So you're a teenager now. You've just turned 13 and furthered your studies in Secondary/High school. Of course, you will start developing sexual hormones and eventually, you'll start chasing individuals of the opposite sex. And yes, there is ANOTHER but coming up.

IMPORTANT: Yes, I am going to rant about the locals in here again. If you are going to be offended by a simple, common fact as usual, please do us both a favor and GET THE FUCK OUT NOW.

It's the culture in here. Most parents are still "living in the 15th" century, looking at teen dating as a bad thing. Truth be told, teenagers don't even know where to draw the line but in reality, there is NOTHING wrong with dating when you're underaged. Its the fact that parents in here will go to great lengths to prevent their children from getting involved in this kind of activity. I can understand their intentions but this is taking it a little bit too far. Not only are they denying their children their rights and emotions, they are also closing down the parent-child bond because no one will dare to tell their parents about their feelings towards anyone at all.

Teen dating is fine as long as it is under parental supervision. In this way, the concerned parents will be able to monitor their child's activities with the other individual. This can also help both parties to prevent any unwanted results. Schools should also play their part when it comes to this issue by allowing the students to "meet up" in the school compound as one-to-one meetings outside the compound can be risky, especially the ones without any form of supervision at all.

Speaking of unwanted results, I would like to address another issue that has been popping up a lot in the newspapers recently. That is of course, date rapes. No, this is not a god damn joke nor is it a laughing matter. I don't care if the laws of Science state that the chances of pregnancy are slim. It is still a bad thing. These issues are usually caused by females running off to their boyfriends because of some disagreement with their parents. Little do they know that their daughter has a boyfriend! Oops! They find out that she has been raped when she comes crying back home. This is why nobody tells their parents anything at all. Because parents these days do not give two shits about their child's interests. They only care about THEIR interests and force it into their children the Monarchy way. If you don't believe that this is true, go tell daddy that you have "special" feelings for someone of the opposite sex and see what happens.

Wake up already, you wankers. You're not going to sit there and do nothing about this issue now are you? Or are you going to go on a Monarchy mania and force more bullshit into your children? Reality check, Monarchy isn't effective nowadays. Goodbye, the end.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Hacker Story: No Machinima

Apparently most of the good movie making servers in SAMP have shut down so I guess Hacker Story will not be a Machinima. However, I will still be releasing it as a fictional story. Yes, there are still some movie servers available but they're filled with Spanish peeps so we can't tell them to get out of the way

No Machinima: Hacker Story will not be released as a Machinima.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

New light on upcoming project

Now I've been going on about a "project" codenamed Hacker Story these few days and a lot of people have been sending me E-Mails, asking me what it is.

For those who are spreading rumors about me hacking into other people's facebooks, I am afraid to tell you that you have the wrong person.
Hacker Story is a Machinima that will be filmed with the RenderWare(GTASA) engine. Now, of all the other engines I could have used, why GTASA? Because CryEngine 2 takes up too much memory when you're recording with FRAPS, GTAIV has a lot of issues on the PC and I don't have a capture card for my PS3.
Hacker story is coming to a Grand Theft Auto near you. Be afraid. Be very afraid.

P.S.: How about a nice game of chess?

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Exposing the n00bs on the Internet

Garena ID: musly


Saturday, May 1, 2010

Dead 6 Gaming LAN down

Due to some issues with Telekom Malaysia Bhd, I am shutting down the LAN since there is no reason to keep the LAN running and Telekom doesn't even allow FTP servers either. ho hum.........

Saturday, April 17, 2010


But I already have it installed! D:

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

If only I had listened to my parents’ advice, I could have avoided this

On the recent midterm, we were asked to choose several subjects on Section B. I chose the one that required me to write a story, ending with the words "If only I had listened to my parents' advice, I could have avoided this."

This is what the Grammar Nazi wrote.

To tell you my story is to tell you about my childhood. This dates back to 1997., when I was still a teenager at the time. One of my friends decided to introduce me to a bunch of friends he had. Initially, I disapproved their behaviour as they were always seen hanging around in cybercafés, having their hair dyed, excessive cussing and having no sense of responsibilities at all but they were nice to me in their own ways. They were always inviting me to hang out with them and they were entertaining with their antics and jokes. Eventually, I yielded and accepted their friendships and signed up to their little gang. We shared some exciting moments together. We bashed up youngsters and snatched their pocket money, hung around in cybercafés playing exciting war games and occasionally, we threw Molotov cocktails at randomly selected houses.

Then the day came when I turned eighteen. I was kicked out of home by my parents because I had brought them disgrace and gave them a bad reputation. The police had visited my parents again because they found some pornographic content stored in my cellular telephone. I resorted to spending the rest of my life committing burglaries, pick-pocketing wallets, and robberies in dark alleyways. What else could I do? I had no qualifications; not even a high school certificate. Therefore, I was jobless.

Now, we forward to year 2009, a decade after my eighteenth birthday. One of my ‘brothers’ came to my rented apartment and offered me a job. Of course I accepted at once. I was 3 months in rental arrears and my financial situation was humiliatingly bleak.

We were to carry out a bank robbery. One of us had smuggled in some guns from the USSR including the now infamous AK47. Hell, he even brought some satchel charges for the vault. We were going to strike it rich!

I remember the robbery as if it happened yesterday. We rushed into the bank with our assault rifles, firing at the armed security guards. Like crumbling statues, they fell while Spencer and Longshanks went upstairs to crack the vault. I was on the ground floor pointing my AK101 at the bankers, scrutinizing their every move like a hawk. Spencer and Longshanks dashed down exactly seven minutes later, carrying a safety deposit box. Now, we had to escape the area without attracting any police attention. It was a smooth operation thus far.

Unexpectedly, the alarm was activated and we made a run for it. Fifteen minutes later, we were in the middle of a hot pursuit which involved five police cruisers, a helicopter and our stolen getaway car. I saw a roadblock being set up in front of me. They failed to barricade a part of the road. “Too easy,” I grinned triumphantly….. until I saw the spike strip.

I stamped my foot on the brakes, but it was too late. We were losing speed and control. Our vehicle smashed against a sturdy tree. It was a miracle that we did not suffer even a scratch as our car was dented pretty badly; however the fight was not over yet. I hobbled out of the car and opened fire at the police. Nonetheless, we were all fighting a losing battle. The cops were closing in on us and Longshanks was shot in the leg. Then it happened…..

One of the police officers fired a Jacket Hollow Point round into my heart with his Colt M4A1 carbine. I was lying on the road, gazing at the cloudless serene sky. In my last few moments of breaths, my mind echoed the thought ‘If only I had listened to my parents’ advice, I could have avoided this.’

NOTE: This essay was directly scanned from a DCP-145C. There may be some errors in it.
P.S.: More challenging subjects please?