Love The Way You Lie - Parody

Love The Way You Lie
(MNM featuring Burn Ward)

Just gonna stand there and watch me burn
Well that's alright because I like the way it hurts
Just gonna stand there and hear me cry
Well, that's alright because I love the way you lie
I love the way you lie

Illegally yours, mine or whose?

I read with interest with regards to the Finance Minister’s comment relating to early success in combating illicit money.
Early success’ by special taskforce on illicit outflows
Speaking to reporters after launching Bank Negara Malaysia’s Financial Blueprint 2011-2020, Najib (right) said the taskforce has especially been successful in curbing one source of leakage – tax evasion.
Najib said tax revenue for 2011 is expected to be a whopping RM22 billion more than last year,
Najib was commenting on a study by financial watchdog Global Financial Integrity (GFI) which found that Malaysia had lost an astounding RM150 billion in 2009 alone through illicit means.
The PM, who is also finance minister, added that the haemorrhage has however not affected the domestic economy.

BR1M; cutting our own flesh to feed ourselves

BN administration latest flagship gadget to retain power, which is estimated to cost tax payers RM2.6 billion for 2.5 million applicants, will do the country more harm than good for the country.

An imaginary address to malapportionment

The famous retiree, Mr. Ng Chak Ngoon has certainly attracted national attention with his malapportionment  bombshell in the PSC hearing for electoral reform in Sabah. With BN only needing around 15% of the votes to secure a simple majority in parliament, no wonder Najib expressed his  confidence in the just concluded UMNO AGM that UMNO will win the general election yet again.

Inspired by Mr. Ng’s call, I did some number crunching over the weekend.  And I found a  near prefect “75% - 25%” rule at work.

Say no to removing ballot number

I read with great dismay one of proposed reform put forward by the Public Select Committee on electoral reform, which is the removal of serial number on ballot paper.

>> the serial number on the ballot paper be removed to ensure anonymity of the votes, (serial number to be maintained only on the counterfoil of the ballot paper);

The reason for this is for protecting secrecy of the voters' choice. But this proposal will give room to abuse and greater confusion!