Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Malay Shitheads!!! - The Melayu Babi!!

Whats a "babi utan"??.I'll tell you..its the typical melayu!

I am beginning to really hate the malay race...period! Some of them which accounts for about 89 percent should be hauled into large concentration camps spread across peninsular malaysia and tortured then gassed.

When its comes to the malay musicians - with some exceptions - should have the honour to be tortured, cut up whilst still alive and burnt in a public execution televised on national TV.

I would do it myself in particular to two notable assholes.

They are:( and believe me when I tell you all that I am going to post this information all over my blogs so that all malaysians and people around the world will know what the malay race is all about!! )

1. Ismail "Gila"( Gila is in the Malay language and means in English "mad" ) - hes a so-called bass player who should have turned up for work at the prince hotel, kuala lumpur last Saturday 2nd of June. He didnt. He vanished without a trace.He has no money. He doesnt own a bass guitar. He claims that he does and had lent his bass gtr to a friend. He has no place to stay in Kuala Lumpur.

Truth about Ismail; He is well known to be a bastard as well as an asshole = typical melayu.

2. Boy "Castro" - Ismail's good buddy. So that speaks for itself.

It is well known in Malaysia that the malays are the lowest income group and also the laziest bastards ever to walk this earth. The word "malay" derives itself from a word meaning "slow" and "lazy".Its no bloody wonder that Malaysian malays are the worst kind of people in this country. They run the country - badly. They have their own business - which are mostly "fly-by-night" setups. Most have ended up being closed down mainly due to bad debts and in-house corruption.

Most malay musicians are arrogant, self-absorbed, self centered, narrow-minded assholes who think that they are superstars and can get away with anything.Ie: Not turn up for work; Lie and cheat people; Boast that they can read notes and play well which is all a farce; Claim to have to performed in prestigious functions or events and even with top malaysian singers and musicians which they havent.

I have met many of the above and even to the point of wanting to kill them if I ever set sights on any of them again. Especially where I am currently performing - The Prince Hotel, KL.

So all in all let this be my warning to any Malays who wish to fuck around with me!:-

" Watch out you melayu babi - I am watching you all from now onwards. I dont care who you are or where you come from. I dont care whether youre a guitarist, a bassist, a singer or a pianist/keyboardist - I will kill you if you "cross" my path and think you can shove your kind of shit culture on me!!"

" If you do..I will do things to you that even the worst crimminals havent committed yet in the history of mayhem, murder and violence.."

" Death to those Malays who think that THEY " rule this country ". If the non-malays ran this country..life and our future would be far better! " Its such a sad shame that our present and past govts have been monopolised by the melayu babi!

Thats "bumiputra" shit for you!!!!!!

Monday, June 4, 2007

Malaysian Agents Suck!

I have been a musician for 37 years and performing professionally as one for about 22 years.To date, I have never gone thru a more horrendous and pathetic contract since Feb this year under the agent Milestone Sdn Bhd. Such a bunch of unprofessionals!. Theres one cow there namely Kai Reen whos nothing less than a MORON.

This Chen Kai Reen is such a moron - not knowing anything about music or the music business. She was hired by her boss namely Grace Lee who I think is also a bit of a moron and definitely a BITCH. Both make a perfect picture of two bitches who just wanna make money at the expense of good musicians like me. But thats nothing new is it?.

All Malaysian agents use and abuse musicians. Period.

Ive had enough of these type of crappy unprofessionals who crave for money but dont care a shit about musicians' welfare and feelings.Milestone isnt different to agents like Mathias Gomes who is equally greedy and selfish not to mention arrogant.

Fuck all agents!!.

Friday, April 6, 2007

British sailors 'stripped' and 'blindfolded' in Iran!!

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- The 15 British naval personnel held by Iran told Friday how they were stripped, blindfolded and handcuffed as part of "psychological" intimidation during their detention.

A day after their return to Britain, the group said they feared for their lives if they resisted and that they were threatened with seven years in jail if they did not confess to being in Iranian waters.

Royal Navy Lieutenant Felix Carman told a news conference of the mind games he said were used by their captors to get information and confessions.

"It was mainly psychological, emotional. The isolation was a major part of this; a complete suffocation in terms of information from the outside world," he added, describing questioning as "aggressive" and handling as "a bit rough."

"When we first went to prison we were put up against the wall, hands bound, blindfolded and people were cocking weapons in the background, which as you can imagine is an extremely nerve-wracking occasion."

Royal Marine Joe Tindell, 21, said he thought they were about to be executed and were having their throats cut one by one.

Iran has insisted that the 15 sailors and marines were in Iranian waters when detained. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced the release of the navy personnel on Wednesday, calling it a "gift" to the British people.

Carman said that on the second morning of their detention they were flown to Tehran and taken to a prison.

"Throughout our ordeal we faced constant psychological pressure," he said. "Later we were stripped and then dressed in pyjamas. The next few nights were spent in stone cells, approximately eight feet by six feet, sleeping on piles of blankets. All of us were kept in isolation."

The eight sailors and seven Royal Marines were captured in the northern Gulf on March 23 while carrying out what they said was a routine anti-smuggling operation.

Amid claims they surrendered too easily, Royal Marines Captain Chris Air said the Iranians "came with intent" and to resist would have caused loss of life and a major international incident.

"From the outset it was very apparent that fighting back was simply not an option. Had we chosen to do so then many of us would not be standing here today."

Air, 25, stressed that they were "well inside" Iraqi waters when captured.

Carman, 26, backed him up, describing their detention as "clearly illegal."

"Let me make it absolutely clear, irrespective of what has been said in the past, when we were detained by the IRG (Iranian Revolutionary Guard) we were inside internationally recognised Iraqi territorial waters and I can clearly state we were 1.7 nautical miles (3.15 kilometres) from Iranian waters."

He said their television appearances were a stunt for the cameras.

The only woman in the group, Leading Seaman Faye Turney, 26, was separated from the men straight away and later told that the others had gone home four days earlier, the 15 said in a joint statement.

"She coped admirably," Air said, condemning the Iranians for using her as a "propaganda tool."

Turney was not present at the news conference at Royal Marines Base Chivenor in Devon, where the 15 spent their first night of freedom after being reunited with their families.

The sailors' comments were blasted by Iran, which accused Prime Minister
Tony Blair of "putting pressure" on them.

"The propaganda and the staged show cannot cover up the British military's violation of the Islamic Republic of Iran sea border and their repeated illegal entry," foreign ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini said.

"The immediate transfer of the sailors to a military camp suggests that they were acting under orders."

The White House on Friday condemned any mistreatment of the British service personnel.

Their testimony was "unfortunate and extremely disappointing if they were treated inappropriately in any way," national security spokesman Gordon Johndroe said.

"If what they described is accurate then that would not seem to be appropriate behaviour and action."

Meanwhile, Royal Navy chief Admiral Sir Jonathon Band said Britain had suspended ship-boarding operations in the Gulf and opened an official inquiry to look at the rules of engagement, intelligence gathering, equipment and procedures to prevent any repeat of the incident.

The group's return Thursday made headline news in Britain, but coverage was tempered by the deaths of four soldiers, including two women, in a roadside bomb attack in southern

Blair on Thursday repeated his assertion that "elements" in Iran were backing insurgent attacks in Iraq, although he said it was too early to say whether there were definite links for the latest attack.

Wednesday, April 4, 2007

British navy crew leaves Iran for London!

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Fifteen British sailors and marines held captive for nearly two weeks left
Iran early Thursday aboard a commercial flight bound for London, ending a standoff a day after Iran's president announced their surprise release.

The British crew sat in business class on the British Airways flight that departed Mehrabad International Airport around 8:30 a.m. local time (1 a.m. EDT), an Associated Press reporter at the scene reported.

They arrived at the airport in a convoy of black sedans about an hour earlier escorted by the elite Revolutionary Guards. British ambassador to Iran, Geoffrey Adams, who was at the airport, declined to comment.

Before boarding, the sailors received gifts given to them on Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's behalf, Iran's state-run news agency, IRNA, reported.

The hardline president's announcement of their release Wednesday defused a growing confrontation between the two countries. In London, British Prime Minister
Tony Blair expressed "profound relief" over the peaceful end to the 13-day crisis, telling the Iranian people that "we bear you no ill will."

The crisis had raised oil prices and fears of military conflict in the volatile region. The move to release the sailors suggested that Iran's hardline leadership decided it had shown its strength but did not want to push the standoff too far.

Iran did not get the main thing it sought — a public apology for entering Iranian waters. Britain, which said its crew was in Iraqi waters when seized, insists it never offered a quid pro quo, either, instead relying on quiet diplomacy.

Syria, Iran's close ally, said it played a role in winning the release. "Syria exercised a sort of quiet diplomacy to solve this problem and encourage dialogue between the two parties," Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem said in Damascus.

The announcement of the release came hours after U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (news, bio, voting record) met with President Bashar Assad in Damascus, trying to show that a U.S. dialogue with Syria — rejected by the Bush administration — could bring benefits for the Middle East. The British sailors were not part of their talks, and it was not clear if the release was timed to coincide with her visit.

Several British newspapers credited Blair's foreign policy adviser Nigel Sheinwald and Iranian chief negotiator Ali Larijani with laying the groundwork for an agreement during telephone contacts that began Tuesday night. Larijani had gone on British TV on Monday and signaled that Tehran was looking for a diplomatic solution.

British officials were told to pay close attention to Ahmadinejad's press conference but were unsure the release would come until they heard his words, The Independent newspaper said.

Ahmadinejad timed the announcement so as to make a dramatic splash, springing it halfway through a two-hour news conference.

The president first gave a medal of honor to the commander of the Iranian coast guards who captured the Britons, and admonished London for sending a mother, Leading Seaman Faye Turney, on such a dangerous mission in the Persian Gulf.

He said the British government was "not brave enough" to admit the crew had been in Iranian waters when it was captured.

Ahmadinejad then declared that even though Iran had the right to put the Britons on trial, he had "pardoned" them to mark the March 30 birthday of the Prophet Muhammad and the coming Easter holiday.

"This pardon is a gift to the British people," he said.

After the news conference, Iranian television showed a beaming Ahmadinejad on the steps of the presidential palace shaking hands with the Britons — some towering over him. The men were decked out in business suits and Turney wore an Islamic head scarf.

"Your people have been really kind to us, and we appreciate it very much," one of the British men told Ahmadinejad in English. Another male service member said: "We are grateful for your forgiveness."

Ahmadinejad responded in Farsi, "You are welcome."

Three members of the crew were later interviewed on Iranian state-run television, apologizing for the alleged incursion into Iran's waters and again thanking Ahmadinejad for their release.

"I can understand why you're insulted by the intrusion into the waters," said Lt. Felix Carman, shown seated on a couch.

"Thank you for letting us go and we apologize for our actions, but many thanks for having it in your hearts to let us go free," Turney said.

The breakthrough caught the British government by surprise. On Tuesday, Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett cautioned reporters not to expect a quick end to the standoff.

The U.S. cautiously welcomed Iran's announcement, though Vice President
Dick Cheney said "it was unfortunate that they were ever taken in the first place."

During the standoff, Iran broadcast footage of Turney and some other crew members "confessing" they had entered Iranian waters. An infuriated Britain froze most bilateral contacts, prompting Tehran to roll back on a pledge to free Turney.

Wednesday's announcement led some analysts to conclude that Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, decided the crisis had gone on long enough at a time when Tehran faces mounting pressure over its nuclear program. A day after the British were seized, the
U.N. Security Council imposed new sanctions on Iran for refusing to halt uranium enrichment.

During Ahmadinejad's news conference, the hardline president said Britain had sent a letter to the Iranian Foreign Ministry pledging that entering Iranian waters "will not happen again." Tehran had demanded an apology for the alleged entry into its waters.

Britain's Foreign Office would not give details about the letter but said its position was clear that the detained crew had been in Iraqi waters.

Regardless of the territorial issue, the standoff showed that Tehran has ways to push back after the U.S. and Britain beefed up their military presence in the Persian Gulf this year.

The U.S. has accused Iran of sending weapons to Shiite militias in
Iraq. That led to speculation that the Iranians seized the Britons in retaliation for the detention of five Iranians by U.S. forces in the northern Iraqi city of Irbil in January. Iran denied any connection.

Shortly before the announcement, Iranian state media reported that an Iranian envoy would be allowed to meet the five Iranians. A U.S. military spokesman in Baghdad said American authorities were considering the request, although an international Red Cross team, including one Iranian, had visited the prisoners.

Another Iranian diplomat, separately seized two months ago by uniformed gunmen in Iraq, was released and returned Tuesday to Tehran. Iran accused the Americans of abducting him, a charge the U.S. denied.

(I wonder what this sudden gesture on the part of that meglomaniac really means?! )

Saturday, March 31, 2007

Iran going too far..ehh?

Online comment: Heading for war with Iran?
By Simon Heffer

I start to wonder whether it might not be time for us to get as nasty with other countries as they do with us.

As we wait anxiously to see what will happen to our 15 hostages - for that is what they are - in Teheran, we should feel undiluted rage at the behaviour of other countries and institutions towards us.

Mind you, when those third parties witness the drivelling weakness of the Foreign Office over the last week, and in particular the pathetic show put up by our Foreign Secretary - who must surely be just about the worst in our history - who can blame them?

There is no doubt the 15 were in international waters when captured, or that they were undertaking a United Nations mission in pursuit of upholding UN resolutions. Yet the best the UN itself can do is pass a weak-kneed resolution describing its “grave concern”, rather than a tougher one calling upon all nations to “deplore” Iran’s behaviour.

This is all the fault of Russia, to whom Mr Blair routinely cosies up, and whom the civilised world invites to its annual G8 summit meetings. Russia seems to think it isn’t worth “deploring” the kidnap of our sailors, so we had better start to show Russia what we think of it: by uninviting it from the G8 this year, and every year until it learns some manners.

When not busy ordering the murders of his opponents, Vladimir Putin seems to enjoy hobnobbing with the leaders of civilised countries, so such a sanction would hurt.

We don’t have the means to engage in gunboat diplomacy with Iran, and any special forces operation would be fraught with risks both for the hostages and their rescuers.

For the moment, ever-stricter sanctions on Iran seems the only answer. America is resolute about this. So too, oddly, is the world’s greatest sanction-busting nation, France. So the scope for tightening the economic ratchet on Iran, and the means to do so, look healthy.

However, we should be under no illusions about the effectiveness of such weapons.

Saddam Hussein, after all, was put under sanctions for years. Real hardship was caused to his people, but almost none at all to him and his ruling clique.

President Ahmadinejad of Iran has already threatened Britain about our involvement of “third parties” - that is, the UN - in the present dispute, showing his utter contempt for that organisation.

He would treat sanctions with similar disdain, happily cutting off the noses of his own people to spite their faces. And all the time, the threat he and his inherent instability pose to us all would never cease growing.

Whatever the immediate outcome of this crisis, Britain has some hard decisions to make. Is it worthwhile, any longer, to work through the United Nations?

So long as a morally warped nation like Putin’s Russia calls the shots in the Security Council, no.

We can make debating points about how odd it is that Putin deplores Islamic nutters when they attack his forces but is relaxed about them attacking ours, but in the end there is no point in bothering.

The UN showed itself to be weak with Saddam Hussein. It is no better now.

If we are going to continue to try to be a player in the Middle East, then we have to throw in our lot with the Americans, for no-one else makes the blindest bit of difference there.

The capricious, and indeed downright wicked, behaviour of the Iranians towards our sailors confirms one other thing: that the civilised world cannot let the Ahmadinejad regime develop nuclear weapons.

It is not just his oft-repeated enthusiasm for wiping Israel off the face of the earth that should worry us: it is what this madman might decide he wants to do to anyone else within range.

This is no time for our clueless Government to be mothballing the Navy and cutting down the other services. For, at some stage, Iran’s lethal contempt for the rule of international law is going to mean war.

Thursday, March 22, 2007

Map proves Portuguese discovered Australia

portuguese_discover_aussie.jpg SYDNEY (Reuters) - A 16th century maritime map in a Los Angeles library vault proves that Portuguese adventurers, not British or Dutch, were the first Europeans to discover Australia, says a new book which details the secret discovery of Australia.

The book "Beyond Capricorn" says the map, which accurately marks geographical sites along Australia's east coast in Portuguese, proves that Portuguese seafarer Christopher de Mendonca lead a fleet of four ships into Botany Bay in 1522 -- almost 250 years before Britain's Captain James Cook.

Australian author Peter Trickett said that when he enlarged the small map he could recognize all the headlands and bays in Botany Bay in Sydney -- the site where Cook claimed Australia for Britain in 1770.

"It was even so accurate that I found I could draw in the modern airport runways, to scale in the right place, without any problem at all," Trickett told Reuters on Wednesday.

Trickett said he stumbled across a copy of the map while browsing through a Canberra book shop eight years ago.

He said the shop had a reproduction of the Vallard Atlas, a collection of 15 hand drawn maps completed no later than 1545 in France. The maps represented the known world at the time.

Two of the maps called "Terra Java" had a striking similarity to Australia's east coast except at one point the coastline jutted out at right angles for 1,500 km (932 miles).

"There was something familiar about them but they were not quite right -- that was the puzzle. How did they come to have all these Portuguese place names?," Trickett said.

Trickett believed the cartographers who drew the Vallard maps had wrongly aligned two Portuguese charts they were copying from.

It is commonly accepted that the French cartographers used maps and "portolan" charts acquired illegally from Portugal and Portuguese vessels that had been captured, Trickett said.

"The original portolan maps would have been drawn on animal hide parchments, usually sheep or goat skin, of limited size," he explained. "For a coastline the length of eastern Australia, some 3,500 kms, they would have been 3 to 4 charts."

"The Vallard cartographer has put these individual charts together like a jigsaw puzzle. Without clear compass markings its possible to join the southern chart in two different ways. My theory is it had been wrongly joined."

Using a computer Trickett rotated the southern part of the Vallard map 90 degrees to produce a map which accurately depicts Australia's east coast.

"They provided stunning proof that Portuguese ships made these daring voyages of discovery in the early 1520s, just a few years after they had sailed north of Australia to reach the Spice Islands -- the Moluccas. This was a century before the Dutch and 250 years before Captain Cook," he said.

Trickett believes the original charts were made by Mendonca who set sail from the Portuguese base at Malacca with four ships on a secret mission to discover Marco Polo's "Island of Gold" south of Java.

If Trickett is right, Mendonca's map shows he sailed past Fraser Island off Australia's northeast coast, into Botany Bay in Sydney, and south to Kangaroo Island off southern Australia, before returning to Malacca via New Zealand's north island.

Mendonca's discovery was kept secret to prevent other European powers reaching the new land, said Trickett, who believes his theory is supported by discoveries of 16th century Portuguese artifacts on the Australian and New Zealand coasts.

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

" I didnt know he was corrupt..." ( yeah right! )

Mahathir on corruption and other issues;

“I didn’t know he was corrupt” - that was former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s response when asked as to why he appointed Zulkipli Mat Noor as the Anti-Corruption Agency chief in 2001.

“They never told me that he was corrupt,” he said.

Mahathir said from the reports given to him, he was under the impression that Zulkipli was clean and the right person to helm the agency.

Watch the interview:

Kampung Medan revisited

On March 8, 2001 the tranquility of the Kampung Medan and adjacent areas erupted into racial clashes between Malays and Indians which saw six dead and 200 people injured.

The incident sent shockwaves around the country as it bore the hallmarks of the May 13 1969 racial riots and demonstrated the fragility of race relations.

Questions still remain: Who were the perpetrators? With so many people dead and injured from the violence, why hasn't anyone been charged?

Malaysiakini.tv took a drive to the area and asked residents about the incident, their experiences and the state of race relations in the Kampung Medan and Kampung Dato Harun areas.

More at Malaysiakini.com

Tengku Adnan is cornered on the blogger issue

Tourism minister Tengku Adnan Mansor attempts to clear the air on his blogger comments that has irked bloggers around the country.

He was responding to Indonesian blogger and TV journalist Nila Tanzil who laid out a list of complaints levelled at the tourism ministry during her 'junket' here last year.

Annoyed by her comments, he lashed out at bloggers, claiming: “Bloggers are liars. They use all sort of ways to cheat others. From what I know, out of 10,000 unemployed bloggers, 8,000 are women."

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Police get tough on protesters !

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Five people were arrested recently for taking part in an anti-toll hike protest outside the Summit USJ shopping mall in Subang Jaya, Selangor.

The arrest took place when demonstrators regrouped after heeding an earlier call by protest organisers to disperse after repeated police warnings.

A Letter that got a response!

"Not right for other religions to use "Allah"

And here it is posted at www.malaysiakini.com.

Reading the letters here on the usage of the word of ‘Allah’, I wish to put forward my comments.( please be reminded..that I dont agree with this person's viewpoint! )

The word ‘Allah’ derives from Arabic word ‘Ilah’. ‘Ilah’ in Arabic means God. But to simply describe ‘Ilah’ would mean that it can refer any god ie, indefinite. As such, in Arabic it is ‘Al’ is added which means ‘The’ in Arabic.

But ‘The God’ is still not accurate because it could mean one or a group. Thus another ‘Al’ was included to make it Al-Al-Ilah, and the short form later become ‘Allah’.

When the word ‘Allah’ is mentioned it means He is the only God. There is no god but Him. Other than Allah, all are creations. This is the fundamental of Islam. Whoever says and believe in these words, they are Muslims.

Allah describes Himself in the Holy Quran (Surah Al-Ikhlas, 112) as:

112:1 Say: He is Allah, the One and Only

112:2 Allah, the Eternal, Absolute;

112:3 He begets not, nor is He begotten;

112:4 And there is none like unto Him.

From the above explanation, it is not right for other religions to use the word ‘Allah’ because it completely contradicts the meaning of the word of ‘Allah’. People of other religions do not believe and worship Allah and they associate others with Allah. If other religions want to use the word ‘Allah’, it will deceive and confuse both Muslims and the non-Muslims alike.

And this is one of the responses it got - which I happen to agree with!:

I wish to comment on the letter Not right for other religions to use Allah by Mohammad. The issue of ‘confusion’ is a mere excuse. How can a follower get confused about the God he alleges to worship?

From what the writer describes, I understand that ‘Allah’ is derived from Arabic. However, I believe that in every language there is a word or term for ‘God’. Whether it refers to the God of the Muslims or to the God of the other faiths, one thing is certain - they all refer to a supreme and divine being. As such, there is no copyright on ‘Allah’ other than it being the Arabic word to describe the God of the Arabs.

Coming back to the ruse about creating confusion, then there must exist millions of thoroughly confused Indonesians who share the name ‘Allah’ between the Christians and Muslims there. The difference between those in Indonesia and Malaysia is that fundamentally, the Indonesians are confident and secure in their belief.

Of greater cause for alarm and disquiet is the increasing number of people being influenced by such views of the writer above. The roots to such views lie in the equally absurd situation our education system has been in the last 35 years. Children are now taught from very young more about their differences than their commonality and humanity.

A hybrid apartheid has come about with our largely Muslim pupils not being able to mingle with their non-Muslim counterparts as they tend to be transferred to boarding schools and junior Mara colleges by the time they reach their teens.

The institutions that are open to the other races are not seen as palatable to these parents (for providing the type of exposure and surroundings they desire for their children). From such colleges, they proceed to matriculation courses before entering universities locally which are increasingly being avoided by the others who can afford it.

When students such as those described above join the workforce - in particular the civil service - their most formative and 'impressionable' years have seen little of them living outside their community. Hence we have such views as expounded by the writer displayed in all their clarity

Where to from here, Malaysia?

Mahathir vs. Abdullah

Author: Various
Publisher: Kinibooks
Year: 2007
Number of page: 212

The book is a compilation of articles that try to cut through the sandiwara (playacting) of the vicious war of words, and see what really drove TDM to launch such a merciless attack on his handpicked successor, as well as analyze the factors influencing each turn this scandal-ridden battle took. It also includes letters from Malaysiakini readers - representing a truly wide spectrum of opinion, critical thought, and passionate support for both parties. The book features a number of high-profile contributors, including Anwar Ibrahim, Lim Guan Eng, P. Gunasegaram, Tian Chua, Collin Abraham, M Bakri Musa, Steven Gan, P Ramasamy, James Wong, Kim Quek, Charles Hector, Khoo Kay Peng, and many more.