Thursday, July 31, 2008


Finally the flu bug got the best of me. Finally my 18 months streak for having taking MC only once due to food poisoning has been put to the test once again. Why do I say so? It pays not to fall sick from where I am working at. $250 cash is what I get if I dont take more than a day MC for consecutive 6 months.

So here I am resting at home and working at the same time clearing my emails from work. Apart from work and rest, I managed to caught 2 movies which I know Kim will not sit by my side and watch since by her standards the movie would be gruesome and bloody. 30 Days Of Night and Saw IV certainly had enough blood and gore to split the guts of anyone.

30 Days Of Night is one of the better vampire movies I have watched thus far. I am a sucker for vampire movies, from Bram Stoker's Dracula to John Carpenters Vampires to From Dusk Till Dawn starring George Clooney, 30 Days Of Night is a worst nightmare for any vampires movie with 30 days straight without sunlight, pits human against vampires. Why I didnt think of that? Put a group of vampires that doesnt speak English in 30 days straight without sunlight eating up humans for dinner and supper.

Saw IV sees the return of Jigsaw Killer. If you've watched Saw throughtout Saw III, you would have known that Jigsaw Killer met his demise in the previous installment.However not before he pulls of his last bag of trick. And what's neat with all the installments are that each and every movie has its stunning ending. A twist which I believe is so much better than M Night Shyamalan's twists. Not bad for a movie that started off by a Malaysian by the name of James Wan.

As for me, I hope to get rid of this flu bug soon.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

7 Month

One would be forgiven if the 1st thing that runs through their mind is that the food packs above are for food rationing for a period of 7 months. Logically speaking the amount of food inside would not be enough for 1 week, let alone 7 months!!

But you cant blame a non local for thinking so. It says 7 month package. And if you looked inside the box, one will find all sort of canned foods. So that what Kim thought initially.

So I said No. You got it all wrong. This is not meant for our consumption. Its for the upcoming 7th Month Ghost Festival. I believe the Gates of Hell will open this Friday if my memory served me right. So here you have it. Aren't we Chinese such a unique brand of people? Selling food for spirits offering in a supermarket. I believe for foreigners, this certainly would be an eye opener.

Monday, July 28, 2008


He came, he spoke and he left. But the impact he created was phenomenal. Never seen before in recent history in Kulim that a man with his stature could command the crowd of this size.He lifted Zulkifli Nordin's hand in the air where he is expected to pave way for Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim (DSAI), should he be disqualified from his seat.

Of course, all this are just eyes account witness mostly from my Dad who attended the ceramah with my Mum. For once, Kulim is seeing a viable representative of course apart from the incumbent Saudara Zulkifli Nordin. Being bred in Kulim myself, I cant help feeling proud that Kulim folks are slowly beginning to see the light, I am for one happy that DSAI is standing in my hometown. His parents house is not too far away in Cherok To Kun which is about 15 minutes away from Kulim town.

I remember we used to have crappy representation from MCA. Seriously I never seen them doing walkabout in my area. This is how arrogant they are of winning this seat. Well that's history. Today we will tell Barisan Nasional, we the PEOPLE are FED UP with your lies.

DSAI, please stand in Kulim Bandar Baharu. And kudos to Zulkifli Nordin for doing a great job as a MP. And to all the members of Pakatan Rakyat, hope they make their way to Putrajaya soon.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008


I am not really sure how the authorities managed to hunt down Radovan Karadzic, but his 13 years evasive tactics has finally came to and end. Can you spot Karadzic if you see him? I know I cant. And this is the guy that massacred at least 7,500 Muslim men and boys from Srebrenica in July 1995. And made famous the word "ethnic cleansing".

Well for one, whatever atrocities he had did, I think its time he pays his dues and face trial in United Nations war crimes tribunal in The Hague.

By the way, he is damn sure that he wont be recognised by anyone. Television pictures have emerged of Radovan Karadzic attending a conference earlier this year as his alias, a health practitioner called Dragan David Dabic. Again no one spotted him then? This guy must be one of the members of Mission Impossible. Serious? No one spotted him then?

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Curry Noodle

Whenever I am In Ang Mo Kio, you can be sure that curry chicken noodle would be my choice of food, be it breakfast, lunch or dinner. I might say it has been a ritual for me to try the curry chicken noodle. Some time ago, I did blog on the famous curry chicken noodle in Chinatown.

Nevertheless, this version of curry chicken noodle is one of the more common versions you see sprouting all over Singapore. However as normal as it seems, the curry gravy is so fragrant that you can even smell it from far away. The gravy gives out an inkling exotic curry flavour. Its rich and aromatic. The chicken meat is a good eat by itself. Hey, I believe this shop will make it as well selling chicken rice.

So here you have it. My favourite curry chicken noodle in Singapore. Its located just beside AMK Bus Interchange at this coffeeshop at S11, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, Blk 711.

You cant miss this, because its just situated beside the famous Western Food stall and famous Malaysia Food stall. For these 2 stalls, thats for me to tell in another day.

Monday, July 21, 2008


On Sat, me and my friends made a pact after watching movie together. We're gonna raid Geylang and eat durians. And so we did. We headed down to Geylang about 6.30pm to Lorong 11. There were 6 of us.3 guys and 3 ladies, and of course cute Shawn was with us as well.

The seller of course, tried to sell us the more expensive durian which is a bout $15 per kg. Well, we're not going to bite that bait, definately. So we settled for the 3 for $20. At the end of the course, we ate a total of 12 durians ($80). The thing about durians is that when you think you had enough. Come the next day, it makes you wanna have more. To me its just so addictive. And the trick of getting the durian smell out of your hand is to rub it against any of the durian shell. Try it and you'll be a believer.

But thats not the end of it. We headed our way down for the famous frog leg porridge. It was pouring when we made our way down there. Luckily they set us up by putting a big umbrella as a shade on the table. For your information, this frog leg porridge is just beside the famous beef keow teow at Lorong 9.

Finally for desserts, we had kwai leng guo at Gong He Guan at Lorong 11 as well.

And here is out total damage that night.

Durians - $80.00
Frog Leg Porridge - $44.00
Kwai Leng Guo - $27.50

Total spent among six of us came to about $151.50. Hey, its still cheaper than the Korean BBQ we had last weekend.

That itself is a food for thought.

Friday, July 18, 2008


My friend got this for me in KL. I am asking myself what is taking the AG Chambers such a long freaking time to make a case out of the Royal Commission Report?

Is it such a mind boggling case that it need to be examined and pondered over such a long duration?And can you believe it, the five persons implicated in the report are seeking leave for judicial review over the findings of the commission.

The authorities are certainly swift when it comes to pressing charges against Raja Petra Kamaruddin and Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Please be steadfast as well in executing a hearing on Lingam gate scandal before it becomes cold.

Correct correct correct........

Thursday, July 17, 2008


It certainly sucks if you have a new handphone that is faulty and the worst of all is that, you didnt know what hit you and the manufacturer will not cover this damage despite this being a brand new phone.

This is exactly what happened to my friend's handphone. Recently he bought his W960i Sony Erricson phone. I knew about it as I remembered him showing me the handphone. Its cool though since before I got my HTC Touch Dual, W960i was my top choice of phone I wanted to get.

Anyway fast forward to present time, suprise suprise the phone is out of commision. Reason being, the screen cracked. Yes you heard me right. The screen cracked. Initially we thought that a physical blow or undue pressure on the phone could have resulted in this crack. But the crack happened from within. One of the suspicion is that the x ray machine in airport could have wrecked the screen. But only God knows.

So he sent it to the service center and guess what they said. Faulty screen, not covered in warranty. So please pay >$200 to replace the screen. What the fuck!! This is unbeliavable. But it's kinda amazing how unfriendly this buggers can be. Its not like the screen cracked from outside. It cracked inside.

If you ask me, I wouldn't know how to crack a screen from within on a phone. Please show me Mr Smart Alec from service center, how to crack a screen from within the phone and leave everything else intact without a scratch?

Anyway, the sum was paid and life goes back to normal. Welcome to the cruel world. A world where having a warranty doesnt guarantee you a damn thing.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008


I believe most blogs and most papers in Malaysia will dedicate a space to comment on "Debat" between the man himself Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim (DSAI) and Shabery Chik, as DSAI put it, ex Semangat 46 man.

To be fair to Shabery he did hold himself well. Now for the negative comments. I think he resorted to attacking Anwar's personality rather than the issue at hand. He didnt answer the question by Siasah editor Zulkifli Sulong, on the government’s claim that the RM4 billion saved from the March 2006 fuel hike to be spent on improving public transport.which so far only RM834.7 million was spent. This time however, the government can save RM13 billion. So where is this money all gone. I appreciate it if any MPs from Pakatan Rakyat bring this up in Parliment again. Where is the money?

Shame on UUM vice-chancellor Dr Nordin Kardi. Using the question time to take potshots on DSAI. I am relieved that I didnt accepted an offer to study in UUM after my STPM results and opted for NUS instead. I dont think I will regard highly a person that conducts himself in that manner in a live debate on TV.

Shabery also chose to attack DSAI on his past sins. You know what? Wake up BN. You guys are still stuck in some time warp. I spoke to my cousin this morning and we both felt that DSAI suggestions for reduction is very layman and exactly what Malaysia might need in this tough times.
DSAI did started off slow. I think his old machine needs abit of cranking before going on accelerated mode. I was so looking forward to this debate that I tried adjusting my internal antenna from left to right just to get the best quality of sound and picture of the debate.

And I am more inclined to use Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) when discussing on purchasing power of the people rather than using sketchy figures like inflation figure like what Shabery tried to do. That also I believe is a sham since goverment has recently said they will review the methodology of Consumer Price Index (CPI) to reflect a better picture. How accurate are the figures then?

Purchasing power parity (PPP) conversion factors take into account differences in the relative prices of goods and services—particularly non-tradables—and therefore provide a better overall measure of the real value of output produced by an economy compared to other economies.

So there you have it. Who is the winner? DSAI doubt about that.
And thanks to AgendaDaily too for organising this great event. I be interested to know the statistics on how many glued to TV to watch the debate? Any numbers anyone?

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

My Life

Armed with a 25% discount coupon and my friend's discount card, I made my way down to Borders to grab a book to read. So I came out of the store with My Life autobiography on the life of Fidel Castro. This is a spoken autobiography where a French journalist by the name of Ignacio Ramonet in a succesion of few years, interviewed Fidel Castro over 100 times and the book was written in a Q&A style.

Its pretty amazing how Castro outlived so many US Presidents and running a country having an infant mortality rate under 6 per 1,000 live births in their first year of life, behind Canada by a slight margin, you wouldnt expect to see it coming from a country like Cuba. Look at the healthcare system in Cuba. I believe Michael Moore can tell you more about it from his documentary film Sicko.

I am about 20% into the book now as we speak. Just like what Obama said in his 2006 autobiography The Audacity Of Hope, he said that he serves as a blank screen on which people of vastly different political stripes project their own views. So just like anyone, I am neutral when it comes to Castro. Anyway its amazing to read his life during his younger days. And amazingly how normal his life is. Something you wont expect from a great leader from Cuba.

Like it or not, Fidel Castro has a place in history as a defiant figure that changed Cuba forever. And thats a good thing. Just ask any Cubans......

Monday, July 14, 2008

IPod Songs

I thought it be cool to reveal what I have in my IPod list of songs which are under heavy rotation as we speak. This will be updated once in a blue moon on songs which I find wicked and so infectious that it warrants me to play this over and over again on my IPod.

Sky - Joshua Radin feat Ingrid Michaelson
Black and Gold - Sam Sparro
All Summer Long - Kid Rock
In Love With A Girl - Gavin DeGraw

Be warned. Another man's meat is another man's poison.

Korean BBQ

On Sat, among our Kulim friends in Singapore, we had a mini gathering again to catch up on good old times and of course for some good food. We were kinda fortunate as well as we gotta see the rehersal done for the fireworks and Black Knights aerial display for the upcoming National Day Parade.

That explains why since Kim and myself were baffled with the influx of crowd into Esplanade and the heavy presence of police officers.

Anyway we had our dinner at Jang Shou Korean Charcoal BBQ located at Esplanade Mall. Owned by a Korean, they served nice BBQ Korean style. Pictures above are some of the nice meat and assorted side dishes we had. Practically we had marinated honey chicken, marinated beef and the assorted side dishes inclduing kimchi as well of course.

Although steep on price, 5 of us dined to a total of $270.00, but it was worth it. And before I forget, do help yourself with their free flow of coffee from the dispensing machine. And also do remember to ask for free fruits after the dinner. Its within your rights to enjoy cut fruits such as watermelon and oranges.

Saturday, July 12, 2008


I had the pleasure to try out this restaurant that specializes in tonkatsu. The name of this restaurant is Tonkichi. Visited their outlet in Suntec City.

After looking through the menu, I finally decided to settle for Hire & Rosu Katsu. Kim took the Yokubari set. Apart from that, I ordered their potato croquet as well just for comparison with Kim's croquet.

Above as you can see is a bowl of sesame seeds. What one needs to do is to pound on the sesame seeds as hard as you can, to release the fragrant smell and taste of the seeds. Subsequently this will be poured into the sauce of the food served.

My Hire & Rosu Katsu set is delicious but I had expected more. Although the skin is crisp, however cant help feeling the meat is a tad too dry and tough.

Kim's Yokubari set meanwhile is a hit. All the ingredients in that set dinner alone will make one drool for more. The oyster just oozes out of the crisp filling as soon as you take your first bite. Heaven.

Finally the croquet was fine, but maybe I have grown accustomed to Kim's croquet instead.

Will I go to this restaurant again? Well as long as someone is treating me next time round, why not?

Friday, July 11, 2008


A lot has asked me why I hate the current government so much. I think I need to set the record straight. I do not hate BN itself, but what I dont agree with are their loopsided unjust policies.

I dont need be an old broken jukebox playing the same oldies again reiterating how Malaysia had bled billion of dollars through corruption. And now things has gone up a notch with the bigwigs politicians from the ruling coalition flexing their power abusing their positions for their own good.

When I was back in Kulim, I told my girlfriend, this is what I dont agree. 5% discount for Bumiputera. Why does a rich Bumiputera deserves 5% discount and a poor non Bumiputera needs to pay the full value? Isnt there something wrong with the logic here?

Yes, this is one of the most basic talked about mishap in Malaysia policies. Thanks to the New Economic Policy (NEP). Nevertheless this hurts our pocket.

And it hurts deep..........

Malaysia now has been given a chance by Pakatan Rakyat to make a change. I ask all Malaysians to put Pakatan Rakyat to the test. Are they just blowing empty air or are they really what they said they are. Put them to the test, just like how our forefathers put Parti Perikatan to the test back then. Let Agenda Ekonomi Baru be the next guide for Malaysia's future. Those who are interested in getting a copy can proceed to PKR or Anwar's blog to retrieve a copy. Lets give Malaysia, our bumi tercinta a fighting chance to be one of Asia's leading economic respected Tiger again.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

MM on M

When the Man speaks, you would want to listen what he has to say. Yes Mentor Minister Lee Kuan Yew has this to say at Nomura Asia Equity Forum yesterday on Malaysia.

"You look at Malaysia. The economy. It is one of the wealthiest countries in the region. It's got oil, it's got gas, it's got palm oil. All the commodities it has. It's also got manufacturing sector.

But suddenly, it's trapped in some political-cum personal difficulties of charges and counter-charges which can only be bad for the economy. I think the KL Stock Exchange has gone down by 20 per cent. I dont't track it, but I know it's down.

If you have confidence that this will be resolved in six months or one year, then you buy. If it's not resolved and it goes down another 20 per cent, then you've lost........."

Well at least we're the talk of the town, but it's for all the wrong when are we starting work to patch up Malaysia's economy and social woes faced by the people in this tough times?


Wednesday, July 9, 2008


In Apr 3rd, Billionaire George Soros called the current financial crisis the worst since the Great Depression.

In Jul 7th, UOB Chairman and CEO Mr Wee Cho Yaw said that the end is still not in sight for the damaging fallout from the United States sub-prime mortgage crisis and expects the crisis to take one to two years to stabilise. He said he was frightened that the extent of the losses was hard to assess even now.

In Malaysia, we are still talking about statutory declarations and liwat and Pak Lah is talking about attempts to create perceptions of uneasiness and distrust among the people, via the Internet and SMS......

Hello, wake up wake up government of Malaysia..........


Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Hometown Food

Since we can get politics out of the way now, lets talk about food. Going back home, one of the things I always looked forward too is FOOD. How can I not miss those mouth watering food.

Remember I spoke before of the famous Kelang Lama laksa in my previous postings? That store is a branch taken care of by the owner's son. This is the original place where it all began. This area used to be just a small humble stall. Then it started to get bigger and bigger and before you know it, it has become the talk of the town. People basically throng the place to gobble on the laksa. So I tapao-ed 3 packets home.

Remember that I said before that I am proud that my hometown has a stall in Malaysia's Top 10 chicken rice stall ranking. Here you go. I grew up eating their mixed rice. I believe their secret lies in the sauce they pour onto the rice.And when I tasted their mixed rice I tapao home, oh still tastes the same when I tasted it 25 years back. Everytime my Mum is not in the kitchen cooking, she will get my Dad to buy back the mixed chicken rice. So eating it brings back nostalgic memories for me too.

Talking about breakfast, situated in the same coffee shop as the famous chicken rice, this curry mee stall is a must for me. I always felt that my trip back is not complete if I cant get a taste of this curry mee. Plus, the couple mending the store is friendly. What more can you ask for, if the food is simply superb and the seller is so friendly and its reasonably priced?

Yes yes, if you look at the pictures, you might say it looks gross. Just like Kenny Sia said that Pak Naseer's nasi lemak looks like...emmm. Well to me this RM1 nasi lemak is one of the best but yet simple nasi lemak I had tasted before. I still remember those days when I used to hangout at this stall at night, sipping teh tarik and eating the nasi lemak at RM0.60 per packet. They have a variety of nasi lemak I can choose from, sotong, ikan bilis, telur, ikan masin and others. I wanted to go for ikan masin but it was soldout. So I settled for ikan bilis and sotong. Dont let the the picture deceive you. One bite, and I guarantee you will be coming back for more.

The only miss for me this time was that I failed to taste my favourite bak kut teh. We went there on Fri night. It was closed. Damn. Now I need to remind myself that I should go there on any days except Fridays. So we went to this stall Good Master Bak Kut Teh. This stall used to be our favourite until we change our liking to the other stall. Its not that bad the taste but maybe I have higher expectations now for bak kut teh. The soup is simply no match with the sweetness and herbal fragrant taste of the other stall.

Monday, July 7, 2008

Ceramah Perdana - Seberang Jaya

Picture above courtesy of MalaysiaKini

Picture I took

Picture I took

When I was back in my hometown, little did I realise that the Prime Minister in waiting will be at Permatang Pauh for a ceramah on Sat night. Only upon seeing the poster and also from the internet, we knew that Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim (DSAI) will be at Tapak Ekspo Seberang Jaya, Permatang Pauh in Penang.

So after watching Hancock (the movie is quite good) and eating dinner at Northam ( the food is good as well), we dashed back to the mainland to catch DSAI in action. I for one knew that the spotlight will be on him since the PI Balasundram had retracted his statutory declaration a day earlier.

However the worst part was finding the venue. We had no idea where this place was. While we were driving stuck in a jam, someone on a 4 wheel drive told us to move our vehicle because Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang needs to rush to the venue. We were pleseantly suprised that he was polite in asking us to move our vehicle. We had expected some rowdy rude person. Then my sister saw, a car bearing plate no PG1 zooming away. So we sped as well trailing behind Guan Eng's car. Do take note that there was no police patrol car escorting our Ketua Menteri. This is what I call leading by example.

When we reached the venue, it was jam packed. We even saw a guy involved in a minor accident falling down from his motorcycle and helped by the policeman on duty there. No way we were going to find a spot to park. So we did what we needed to do. Me and my Dad and Mum got out of the car in the middle of the highway and walked on foot to the venue. My sister and the rest decided to give this a miss and went to some where else and pick us up later.

I estimated the crowd to be more than 10,000 people. When we reached there, fiery speeches were already fired. There was simply too many people that we resorted sitting at the back. From the pictures you can see that we were quite far away from the podium. And all of our butts were hurting as we sat on sand stone ground. I am for one glad that I managed to catch Guan Eng speaking. Well suprise suprise, our Prime Minister was there in Penang too but he was too shy I guess to annouce he was there according to Guan Eng. He is shy to explain to the people that projek rakyat has been cancelled.

The man of the night was DSAI. In his yellow batik shirt, he fired his first salvo saying that he is menyampah to layan the latest allegations against him. He also challenged Syed Hamid Albar to prove that he or Datin Seri Wan Azizah had contacted US on this matter. If he cant, he will need to apologized. He also hitted out on former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad for giving out millions to US lobbyists during his premiership.

In 2 months time, DSAI noted that things will be worst for the rakyat. Just mark my words, he said. He went on as well to touch on the role of IGP and AG 10 years ago on his trial. And how he wont trust those very same people to handle his case again.

He also chided Putera Umno chairperson Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim for challenging him to swear on the Quran and said that kalau nak kontrak cakap aje la.

In his closing speech he said that he is willing to forgive and forget, but those people keep coming back to charge him with this accusations. He will fight back this time.

And he said it again here "saya lawan pagi, saya lawan tengah hari, saya lawan petang dan saya lawan tengah malam" And he followed by saying that "Lawan Tetap...." the crowd in unison including myself shouted "LAWAN"!!!

Friday, July 4, 2008

Back in Hometown

I am back in hometown.

Tasting the good food and reading the sentiments of the people on the ground of the political situation in Malaysia.

So no updates on my blog until Monday.

Thursday, July 3, 2008


What Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim (DSAI) said here 2 nights ago in Stadium Melawati best sums up how the game will be played from now on straight from DSAI's mouth.

"I will fight. Saya lawan pagi, saya lawan tengah hari, saya lawan petang, saya lawan tengah malam. Dan saya tidak akan menyerah kalah terhadap segala fitnah dan taktik kotor ini"

A replay from the sodomy charges 10 years ago, which was eventually overturned in the Courts of Appeal, if its true that this is another komplot jahat by the powers at be, I agree that the powers at be can go mampus.

For one, I had enough of this evil plot that they are hatching. Stop it and please get back to work towards steering our country to the right path to weather through the stormy weather ahead.

And DSAI, for one fact alone that your charges were all false in the first place 10 years ago, I dont see why I cant put my trust in you again. I believed that you were beaten then with a black eye when many said you punched yourself. I did not believe the sodomy charges until it was overturned recently on a 2-1 decision by Courts of Appeal proving to the naysayers that you were innocent. I believe the Lingam tape was genuine when there were many doubting the authenticity.

Again I will put my believe in you that you are innocent..............let those who believe in this lies have mud spill on their own faces all over again.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

R vs R

This is the latest article from The Star on Rosmah's response towards Raja Petra Kamaruddin (RPK) statutory declaration. And how coincident that Rosmah chose to make a statement after Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim (DSAI) is under investigation on a new charge on sodomy. And how timely as well that DSAI is supposedly making a poilice report later today on fresh evidence he has on AG and IGP on his case 10 years back.

Let me dissect Rosmah's statement below under Comment

Rosmah: I will not take action against Raja Petra

KUALA LUMPUR: Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor who is the wife of Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will not sue Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Kamaruddin for alleging her involvement in the murder of Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu.

“I have nothing to say. I have given my statement to the police and that’s it,” she said.

Asked if she would sue Raja Petra for defamation, she said she did not want to address unnecessary issues because she had other bigger things to attend to for the people and for the nation.
Comment: So we can say whatever we like now and she wont take action? She got bigger things to do for the people and for nation? I thought she is just a housewife of a politician? I suggest sue RPK's ass if he is lying on the statutory declaration. Right? RPK is so pompous. Sue him la...sue sue sue......berani terus sue dia lah

Asked why she would not address such a serious allegation, she said it did not matter.

“If you are innocent, what is there for you to address? I am not a politician and I am not running for any post. I’m just the wife of a politician,” she said Tuesday during the Asia-Pacific Conference on Children’s Book Publishing.
Comment: Really it doesnt matter? This is a serious case lah. Tuduhan yang berat ni. Guess folks we can all stay silent if we're accused wrongly next time.

On whether it was true that bomb expert Col Aziz Buyong’s wife, Norhayati, was her aide, Rosmah said she was not.

“She was not my ADC (aide de camp). She was just an officer who did all my programmes. She is not with me now. She had a promotion and is back with Mindef (the Defence Ministry),” she said.
Comment: So Rosmah did know her-lah. And she got promoted.Wow. She must had been an excellent hell of a worker. Bravo bravo.

In his June 18 statutory declaration, Raja Petra alleged to have knowledge that two lieutenant colonels and Rosmah were present when Altantuya’s body was blown up on Oct 19, 2006.