Friday, August 14, 2009

My god!!! Don't show me your stupidity!*Quote roastme*

RTM reporter Eliani Mazlan, 26, who took the witness stand on the third day of Karpal’s sedition trial, was cross-examination by Jagdeep Singh Deo.

Jagdeep: Do you know which party is Karpal Singh from?

Eliani : I am not sure.

Karpal who was also present, could not help smiling in amusement when she said that.


Jagdeep: At page four, paragraph two of the video transcript, Karpal said: “In fact, I’ve stated very clearly that ‘we’ will sue the Sultan together with the new State Government as defendants if they persist. Are you sure? Karpal said he would sue the Sultan? What does it say?

Eliani: We.

Jagdeep: It is not I.

Eliani: But it could mean himself.

Jagdeep: We could mean I? Is that what you are trying to say? What was said in the transcript?

Eliani: We.

Jagdeep: So you agree that ‘we’ is not ‘I’?

Eliani: Yes.

Jagdeep: You agree that your understanding is completely a misunderstanding?

Eliani: I am not sure.


The short section above was taken from the Star newspaper over Karpal Singh's sedition trial. Its just unbelievable that our news reporters are so ignorant towards our own society. How can this people report the happenings around us when they themselves don't even know who's who and what's happening? This incidence completely shows the incompetence of some of the people whom we trust to deliver the daily happenings. They don't know the obvious facts, they can't understand statements and they manipulate statements. 'I' and 'we' are replaceble? As my dear teacher once said, 'My god! Don't show me your stupidity!'

here's one other from the malaysian insider...

Utusan Malaysia reporter Mohd Nizam was the one involved this time.

Mohd Nizam was questioned earlier by the deputy public prosecutor Azlina Rasdi.

Azlina had asked Mohd Nizam to tell the court who was at the press conference as well as where it was held, before requesting the reporter read the press release provided.

She also asked him to summarize the contents to the court.

Mohd Nizam: “If the Sultan still wants to pick Zambry as mentri besar then Pakatan Rakyat government has no choice but to take legal action.”

He added that after the press conference there was a question and answer session. He told the court that a reporter asked Karpal if he would be suing the sultan.

“Karpal said yes,” Nizam said in his testimony which was later challenged by the defence.

During cross-examination, Jagdeep had asked the 38-year-old reporter: “Do you agree that his (Karpal) view on the constitution is sought after?”

Mohd Nizam: “I am not sure.”

Jagdeep: “Do you agree that he (Karpal) is known as a smart laywer?”

Mohd Nizam: “I am not sure.”

Jagdeep: “If you still do not know after eight years working then you should start doing your work properly.”

Jagdeep then proceeded to ask him if he understood the press release since it was in English.

Mohd Nizam: “I only understand it in general and not thoroughly.”

Jagdeep then asked the reporter if he agreed that what was said in the press conference was only an opinion of the constitutional crisis in Perak.

“I only report and do not give opinion,” Mohd Nizam replied.

The answer appeared to irritate Jagdeep who accused Mohd Nizam of being insincere.

Jagdeep then told Mohd Nizam to read part of the press release to the court.

Mohd Nizam: “Although the orders have been confirmed by the Sultan. If the decision is ultra vires then the decision can be adjudicated by the court.”

Jagdeep then asked Nizam to explain what ultra vires means to the court.

Nizam looking confused and replied: “To insult.”

Jagdeep then told Mohd Nizam that his misunderstanding of the word had caused chaos in the country because the word actually means “beyond the powers”.

Mohd Nizam was then asked what questions were thrown at Karpal during the press conference.

Nizam explained that reporters wanted to clarify if Karpal meant that he was going to bring the Sultan to court.

“So do you agree that Karpal did not say that he will sue?” Jagdeep asked.

“Agree,” Nizam replied.

Oh my farking gawd...can Utusan's news be trusted at all???RTM oso got reporter like tis! This calls for a SCREENING man...Ignorance is just not allowed in the news sector, stupidity is even worst! Roastme pls roast them!!!

*Forgive my language...this ignorant bastards really annoys me to the spine...

Monday, August 10, 2009


applePie has juz received news that he doesn't nid to go to kampung today... but then, wat will happen to the district posting? now completely blur about wats going to happen next~~

Another adventure

Later today, I will be off to Besut for my district posting. Should be something quite fun to look forward to. Apart from some personel problems, its expected to be a busy yet interesting times ahead. A trip to Pulau Perhentian seems to be on the books but not really sure will it be carried out. Its been quite a long time since I have gone travelling away from the comforts of my home in Pg or away from my campus. It's said that there will be an excellent connection at the hostels at the district hospital. Wonder if that's true... Gonna use it to the maximum if able XD But then again, with my hardisc 6 feet under, I wonder if I can stock enought movie for the rest of my final year. haha.

H1N1 has been really rampant lately. People are starting to die here and there. Numbers increasing everyday very significantly. However, certain measures carried out seems pretty controversial. With the current handling of the problem by our ministry of health, its kinda hard to see this danger resolve. Our campus has even decided to meet all of us in the Dewan Utama at 9am later. Heard its for a talk on H1N1. Wonder if the decision to gather the whole population of the campus wise considering that there are outbreaks in the campus lately. I somehow feel pretty certain that this move will just escalate the matter and cause our campus to temporary shut down in the very very near future. Maybe then I can have my holiday...XD

Although annoyed by certain individuals lately, i feel kinda comfortable in the condition i am in currently. Life is very enjoyable now with the amount of workload and play in a just nice condition. Too bad all this isn't gonna last. In 10 months, all this will be gone. Studies will end, friends will be leaving to pursuit each other's career. Thinking about it really makes the heart feel kinda soury. Time moves really fast, too fast to me to appreciate every thing that I have or had...

Thursday, August 6, 2009


Lately, some happening around me are really making me very 'emotional unstable'. For one, our doctor, who is really a good man in truth, seems unable to understand his students. His intentions are good, but yet, his approached are less than acceptable. He can easily forget what he told us one day ago and starts to blame us on this and on that. He doesn't care if you have other classes or seminars but when he want to see you, you must be there. He likes to tell you the time of his class and expect you to be early while he comes crawling in after 2 hours. Dicipline, he says is extremely important. Well, that is obviously not seen in you my dear sir.

Another thing is that, I realize that our group isn't even as co-operative too. After discussion with the whole group and reaching a decision, there are individuals that just ignored the decisions and take their own path to do things. If you can't accept the decision, please say so. Don't do things that is beneficial to yourself and will cause trouble for others. You are totally ignorant you stupid girl! You have stood in my way once, and you stood in my way again. One more time and you're history!

Some people likes to act cute and play dumb. Furthermore, they are selfish in learning while expecting others to treat them generously. Responsibility is another thing that the person seriously lack. Please man, be normal a bit! Your histrionic personality just makes me hope that you end up in a psychiatric ward.

Working alongside this kind of people is really an exercise for my heart. And its full time too! Darn...