Thursday, 21 May 2009
Took some time this morning to read FOX news. Four were arrested for plot to bomb a synagogue in Bronx, New York using C-4 explosive and to shoot down a military plane using Stinger.
„CROMITIE explained to the informant that his parents had lived in Afghanistan and that he was upset about the war there and that many Muslim people were being killed in Afghanistan and Pakistan by the United States
Military forces. CROMITIE expressed interest in returning to
Afghanistan and spoke to the CW about how if he, CROMITIE, were
to die a martyr, he would go to "paradise." CROMITIE also
expressed an interest in doing "something to America." The
following month, CROMITIE and the informant discussed the
organization Jaish-e-Mohammed, a designated Foreign Terrorist
Organization based in Pakistan, with which the informant claimed
to be involved. CROMITIE stated to the informant that he,
CROMITIE, would be interested in joining Jaish-e-Mohammed to "do
Another score for Islamophobia.
Islamophobia is very much alive because:
Islam is seen as a monolithic bloc, static and unresponsive to change.
1.It is seen as separate and "other." It does not have values in common with other cultures, is not affected by them and does not influence them.
2.It is seen as inferior to the West. It is seen as barbaric, irrational, primitive, and sexist.
3.It is seen as violent, aggressive, threatening, supportive of terrorism, and engaged in a clash of civilizations.
4.It is seen as a political ideology, used for political or military advantage.
5.Criticisms made of "the West" by Muslims are rejected out of hand.
6.Hostility towards Islam is used to justify discriminatory practices towards Muslims and exclusion of Muslims from mainstream society.
7.Anti-Muslim hostility is seen as natural and normal.
Now I don't see this as to revolve around the circle of Islamic faith. It is eminently a result of the economic downturn, wouldn't you agree? Psychologists across the US continue to report the increasing number of Americans incapable of sustaining their own lives, who would resort to drastic and insane measure such committing suicide.
This is a global pandemic, and amidst, misconceptions disperse easily within the community.
The toughest challenge that a government would face is to cater for the people, the poor most importantly and nonetheless; the rich.
We should expect more violence coming our way with the increasing lay-offs and sky-rocketing unemployment rate.
This is the time to practice 'collective' form of economy, or what some would call; the 'communist' form of economy. The motivation of production should shift from profit to the welfare of the society, something the private sector couldn't offer. Instead of organizing crash-courses to provide people with extra skills, the government should open up factories to mass produce.
Produce more necessities and less luxuries (which would mostly be in the form of services). We have to catch our breath to compete with overpopulated countries such India and China that ace at mass production and cheap labor for they had been dealing with it since long. We should focus less on recollecting the local political shambles.
Tuesday, 19 May 2009
Monday, 18 May 2009
In peace is the sinner,
As she hides away verity,
Behind the benign affection,
Verily, In peaceful corruption.
Those forgotten deeds, I traded,
With worn veracities,
Is it still not rewarding?
When all but nothing, you are taking.
Ask from me not, justice,
His justice for the ruins,
His justice against your temptations,
Ask solemnly, O' sinner awaiting aversions.
Saturday, 16 May 2009
What happened to Malaysia? I just watched the most unbelievable video on youtube: a group of Malaysian Indians emotionally protesting for the LTTE in Sri Lanka.
Say again your last?
Now you're sure it's not some restaurant or place in Bukit Bintang with the name Sri Lanka (LTTE would be the acronym of the owner's name)?
I'm pretty sure the last time I read an article concerning human rights in Sri Lanka, it is said that “BOTH the Government of Sri Lanka and the separatist Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) are accused of violating human rights”.
So now Malaysia should support a militant group just because you people are minorities? And any police officer who refuses to support your cause, has miraculously, somehow, let the people of Sri Lanka down and has let the brutally murdered children of Sri Lanka die in vain? Can you talk straight? Oh, and grow up, please.
I tell you what, the last time this 'Semenanjung' saw an Indian movement supporting Indians overseas was during the Japanese occupation. But that's understandable because Gandhi was there and he's one of my all time favorite.
Remember Ambon? Well of course you don't. You just think about your cause. Just for the sake of comparison, here. We never took it to Putrajaya did we? What makes you think you can? And just recently: Palestine. We were enraged. Did we shove Shimon Peres's coffin up the FRU's arse? Or choke his effigy wanting to kill him while knowing there's no life in the effigy to begin with?
Do you think bringing up big names such as EU and USA is going to change anything? Do you know why they just don't bother? Well I'll brake it down to you simple: they've got more important things to do such as working. But it doesn't mean they don't give a rat's arse about all the suffering does it?
And PR, please stop this nonsense. It makes you look cheap.
At the starting, I used the term 'Malaysian Indians'. Of what significance that is, here, I leave for you to decide.
“Some blanks you just can't fill”
Tuesday, 12 May 2009
On this calm surface was once,
an affectionate reflection,
still and undisturbed,
the wind was generous,
while the ode of the leaves consumed them;
As the rain trickle,
through the majestic canopy span,
the once faithful guardian,
seized to contain,
the tears of vile heart,
be looked unto with disdain.
Now the rain died,
and so does love, with it,
the surface lays dead and empty,
water drops taunting defeat,
ripples stealing reflection from the last of reflection's;
"a nos morts".
Monday, 4 May 2009
I'll make this brief. Disregard what people would label me as, I strongly feel that the children of Indra Gandhi should be brought up away from the influence of the religion of both the father and the mother.
In this intricate and 'twisted' case we learned how the mother used this reason:
“When the youngest child, who is still being breast-fed by the mother, is taken away from her, it is definitely traumatic for the mother” ,
and sell it to the medias, to further her cause of making all her children, Hindus. This is downright, vile and preposterous.
I also think that bringing up the issue of violence (of the husband) in the court of law is mala fide, out of context and is deliberately meant to 'appeal to the mass', save an evidence.
The attorneys are also religiously motivated and by that I mean; blinded.
Here, the scientific concept of Tabula Rasa comes into term with Islam. According to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), the young minds are 'clean' (fitrah) and their parents (abawaiyh) shall make them Jews or Christians or Majusis.
This could very much escalate to gender issue.
I wonder what they teach in Hinduism.
At least come clean.
As for the parliament members, if they are Muslims and yet do not act like one, then they are ________ (fill in the blank with appropriate answer).