Monday, May 07, 2007

Dr M and Abdullah's billions

Kick-ing-defella in Kota Baru. Inspired by Dr M's speech, blogger Sheih tells us about two Dollahs and their billions. Click here for his Who Wants to be a Billionaire?. Interesting pictures of Ku Li and another Dollah - the original Abdullah Ahmad of the Dollah Kok Lanas fame.

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous8:28 pm

    Dear Bro,

    Abdullah Ahmad? Yup, previously he was the editor of NSTP and Berita Harian (if i can remember correctly). His articles were awesome. I was one of his followers, as he has a great quality possesed by a great columnist.I heard that he got sacked by AAB bcoz an article written by him around 2002-2003, had jeoparised the political ties between Malaysia and the Saudi Arabia. But the media said that his contract expired and the government didnt have intention to renew it...Bro, can you clarify this news?
    Dr M has advised us to "topple down" the weak and corrupt leaders by general election? Wow..
    I tell you what. I just registered myself as an eligible voter when i attended the Books Fair at PWTC recently. After filling in the form, the SPR staff told me that my data only can be updated 3 months after i filled in the form..Wow, so eficient and effective???

    "ell-ry"

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  2. Anonymous8:17 am

    Kota Bharu

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  3. Anonymous11:58 am

    Dear Rocky

    Tun Dr Mahathir has made his standvery very clear over the Bodowi's family administration that is running this country or rather bring this country to the drain.

    I do not expect Najib to make a stand becuase he is part of the half past six administration.

    I do expect Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, who is not within the half past six government to at least stand up to tell the nation about his view on what are happening in this country like ECM Libra scandal, abused of power, corruptions/corrupt practices involving the half past six leader and his next of kin, Khairy, Kamaludin and friend, Kalimullah.

    Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah cannot jsut fold his arm and not saying anything about the current rotten situation in the country. If Tengku Razaleigh chose to be quiet and not standing up to defend the nation from the abused then he should quit politics.

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  4. Its so sad that these guys are all making tons of cash with just their contacts while we common citizens still have to slog throught the mud to make ends meet.

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