Monthly Archives: January 2014

Gong Xi Fa Cai to all Malaysians

Gong Xi Fa Cai to all.

Gong Xi Fa Cai to all.

Yours truly hopes that the Year of the Horse will bring all of us peace, good health, happiness and prosperity.  Let us all Malaysians gallop into the Year of the Horse with greater sense of nation building and less politicking. Continue reading

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Willful Blindness of New York based Human Right Watch

No Speak, No Hear & No See!

No Speak, No See & No Hear!

The silence is more and more deafening. The cat seems to have got the tongues of Malaysia’s “Champions of Human Rights”. We know who they are. They also know who they are. Continue reading

Phil Robertson of Human Right Watch, your silence is deafening

Thank you YB Datuk Anifah Aman for providing all the necessary helps to the family of the detained  Malaysian couple in Sweden.

Thank you YB Datuk Anifah Aman for providing all the necessary helps to the family of the detained Malaysian couple in Sweden.

The detention without trial of a Malaysian couple by Swedish authorities for allegedly hitting their son’s hand for not performing his prayers has received the attention of our Foreign Minister YB Datuk Anifah Aman, who has since been doing his best to assist the family of the detained couple and secure their early release.  Continue reading

Headline “fouled up” in The Star

Ms June Wong, the impartial editor-in-chief of The Star Newspapers. She is in white blouse.

Ms June Wong (in white blouse), the “impartial” editor-in-chief of The Star Newspapers. Seated next to her is the husband.

The front page main news of the Star today: “Malaysian parents run foul of Swedish Law”. If we were to look at the highlighted news and stories under the stewardship of the Editor-In-Chief  of the Star, Ms June Wong, such a headline reflects her train of thoughts or taste buds. Remember the hue and cry that were highlighted by The Star when the pron bloggers Alvin and Vivian were denied bail.  Continue reading

Avoid airline that is not disabled friendly

The bunting at AirAsia counters should look like this,

The appropriate buntings for AirAsia!

When the allegations against AirAsia for discriminating against the disabled persons had quieten down, 6 years later AiraAsia started to charge disabled passengers RM120 for one way  and RM240 return for wheelchair services, HERE. Continue reading

“Now Every Disabled is Charged RM60 For Wheelchair Service”

Disabled persons protesting against AirAsia a few years ago.

Disabled persons protesting against AirAsia a few years ago.

Updates @ 3 pm 7-1-2014: A disabled person called yours truly to publish the actual cost for using the wheelchair per trip so that the Government and the Ministry of Transport will be made aware of how AirAsia treated its disabled passengers. He was hoping that the Government will put a stop to this high charges as a form of indirectly discriminating against disabled person from travelling on AirAsia flights.

It cost a disabled person RM120 for one way and RM240 return trip for using the wheelchair service from AirAsia.  It is to be noted that wheelchair service from check-in to the aircraft is provided by all airlines. Thank you MAS for providing free wheelchair service to its disabled passengers. Syabas MAS!

It was most shocking to learn that AirAsia is charging disabled person RM60 if he or she needs to use the wheelchair. Such astronomical charges amounted to indirect discrimination against the disabled person. It was reported in Sarawak Tribune. Please see below for the said report . Continue reading