What a start !

What a start to the new administration.. First, they have lost in the by elections of the 2 mountains.

Next., in a rare happening, the Formual One race attended  by the new PM was suspended midway because of a heavy downpour..

Then, in  an unprecedented occurrence, the Asian summit meeting attended by PM was terminated half way because of the unrest in Pattaya..

I am not superstitious, but some of my friends are telling me that this is not good fengshui ….Some said it does not augur well for the administration.

38 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Justin Choo
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 14:56:40

    Dr Hsu,

    Don’t need fung sui master.

    All the signs are there waiting for the next GE.

    And all the signs are also there waiting for you.

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  2. Atila
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 15:46:32

    Dr Hsu,

    In Islam, if Najib is one Muslim, he should perform Solat Taubat & Solat Istikarah at night as to why things are not going smooth. “Merayu” & Plea to Allahswt to show him why stuck here and there, and plea to path najib smoothness in his life and work.

    Put aside the mongolian lady story.

    In Islam, being a leader is a whole lot of burden of responsiblity on this world and life after.

    Najib must have a sincere good relation with parents, family, friends, rakyat and TOP MOST ALLAHSWT.

    If hes a Muslim, he should know what to do.
    Dont wait, the more he waits, the more is DOSA.

    Theres nothing wrong , putting himself low in front of Allahswt. After all we are all “hamba” in this world.

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  3. klm
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 16:03:18

    That is Koh Tsu Koon KPIs for Najib?

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  4. Frank
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 17:04:03

    This is bad omen!

    Two years ago, when Pak Lah went for prayers in one of the kampung mosque, there was a sudden blitz of cyclone which hit and removed the roofs of several kampung squatters which was seen as a bad omen by the old folks! Not too long after, the roof of 5th floor was removed by the 308 tsunami, which made the bad omen come true!

    The same premonition now has come to haunt our new PM, it has nothing to do with fengsui, it’s a bad omen, more so the karma is looming – a day of reckoning is near!

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  5. Richard Loh
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 17:22:46

    I had the feeling of bad omen when I saw the F1 suspended that day. When he went to the Asean summit meeting, my thought was that he may encounter a group of Mongolian staging a protest over Altantuya murder but it did not happen, instead the summit was stormed.

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  6. bolanliap
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 18:01:32

    with that much sins on to him, no god can save najib! Just hope that Malaysia will not accelerate to become a”pariah” state under his administration.

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  7. pohwatchdog
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 18:10:05

    Are we too supertitious? What have become with us?
    Let work harder for political stability, racial harmony and economic prosperity. Thailand have it own problem. Is it many other ASEAN leaders attend the meeting? So all have bad karma. Don’t blame other. Performance Now.

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  8. kittykat46
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 18:22:48

    Just a by-the-way story.
    A Chinese fortune teller told me, he had taken Najib’s almanac – birthdate, birthplace etc and matched it with the day he took the oath of office as PM – April 3 – and its a very, very bad day for him. Expect him to face many obstacles and problems in his first year in office.

    Then again, anyone who follows the politics in the country can see its coming, so don’t listen to fortune-tellers….heeheeheehee.

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  9. daffodils
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 18:31:47

    Oh, oh. The Law of Cause and Effect in operation, no one escapes from it. The Gods must be angry!
    Pray, pray for the cleansing of one’s soul.

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  10. A true Malaysian
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 18:35:27

    I myself are not convinced with modern day man made laws but prefer to take thing happens at its own course, i.e. let nature takes its own course.

    Just look at a hypothetical example, which is happening in real life. A man who murder another man, when caught, face the modern day man made laws, goes on trial, and is not sentenced to death as the trial judge found the evidence produced to him are not beyond reasonable doubt. The murderer escaped death sentence, walk out as a free man. What’s next? Will this means the murderer really free from his own conscience?

    If there is such a thing of going on trial of the murderer in religion point of view, I believe there is no such sentence as ‘hang until dead’ for a murder but let nature takes its own course. That summed up my understanding of “Law of Kamma” founded by my great teacher, Buddha.

    Repent and do more good deeds is the way to go for a murderer, if he is fortunate not to be caught, or convicted under modern day man made laws.

    Having said the above, we still need to observe our own actions and not to disregard man made laws, if we choose not to be unfair convicted.

    Easiest way is to observe the 5 precepts of Buddha’s teachings, and let nature takes its own course from there.

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  11. serendipity hopeful
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 18:46:26

    I simply believe in KARMA (the law of Cause and Effect).

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  12. A true Malaysian
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 19:25:29

    serendipity hopeful,

    I still remember about the “obnoxious” description about yourself in your blog.

    I shall and would like to leave a word or two in your blog when some of these days.

    Cheers.

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  13. Disgusted
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 20:24:44

    Serendipity, Kittykat46, Frank…etc,

    Ha, ha, haaaaa! All of you in the same wave length, all of you are right……remember the old block died of cancer and the chip of the old block….?????

    The show is not over as far as karma is concerned.

    monk

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  14. cilipadi
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 20:59:42

    monk,

    Someone does not believe in “as far as karma is concerned”. Someone believes in God. His God is powerful to forgive someone’s sin.

    OR,

    Not believe in God, but in $$$$ and power.

    someone makan cili, someone makan pedas

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  15. John Wong
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 22:33:17

    Koh Tsu Koon is a backdoor minister, really shamful what do you think?

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  16. Disgusted
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 22:54:29

    Cilipadi, you are back in the plate, finally.

    Doesn’t matter, karma a cosmic law, it operates not subjected to belief. If “matter” has a lifespan. If the porcelain spoon has a lifespan, everything is subjected to the cosmic law, so is planet earth.

    Power and money is only transient.

    Simple analogy (fact): When we die, we leave all our property behind. Our friends and relatives follow us to the grave. But whatever good or evil we have done will follow us (to the life thereafter).

    So, we may have a Malaysian Kennedy family, who knows? Mongolia is haunting us.

    monk

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  17. Nick
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 23:18:05

    You are such an astute observer. Najib has now tasted 3 big disappointments and nothing seems to be going right for him. Why should fortunes favor him? He is a proven playboy, a chauvinist, a looter thru defence contracts and worst things which can’t be repeated here. MIC is shouting for more share of the spoils vis-a-vis MCA. Muhyhiddin wonders aloud why Chinese hates UMNO. Najib’s 1Malaysia concept is shrouded in mystery. I saw an advert “Swiss Residence condo” project where limited Bumis reserved units can be bought for a discount. What a stupid NEP. No wonder even ordinary Malays are voting against BN.

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  18. petestop
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 23:44:17

    What goes around, comes around.
    GE-13 will be the day of reckoning.

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  19. chinseng
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 23:44:28

    aiya…

    Our Dear MY

    If someone corrupt and rob your money but come back and buy you a dinner, your expect that victim to be grateful for the dinner you paid for?

    Stop wonder why the chinese not giving BN their vote in the two bukit by-election but really ask why ( but do not ask the MCA or Gerakan, they may not give the true answer ) the chinese not supporting the BN now. They have give all their vote to BN in 2004 GE, didn’t they and why they do that??

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  20. chinseng
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 23:48:04

    No mystery but Umno puzzled about Chinese vote

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 12 — Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is confused, perplexed, puzzled.

    He cannot understand why Malaysian Chinese voters continue to treat the Barisan Nasional with disdain. He cannot fathom why after tossing millions of ringgit to improve Chinese language schools, the BN lost by-elections in Bukit Gantang and Bukit Selambau.

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  21. Frank
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 23:50:53

    John Wong,

    For someone who is self-seeking, man or woman, he/she will have no self-esteem and therefore in their dictionary, there is no such thing as shame or shameful! Whether he goes by back door or he opens up his back door to grab the post- a back door minister is still a minister and that’s all he wants! We may feel shameful for he causes the community or the Party to lose face and dignity but for a eunuch, he won’t!

    The only way to make him feel shameful is till the next GE, lets give him all the goose eggs again and I believe, even the most thick skin buaya will also be shied away!

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  22. cilipadi
    Apr 12, 2009 @ 23:51:37

    monk,

    Karma can be seen like a “bank account”. One’s good deeds deplete if there is no refill. Like when a bank account depletes to zero, bad deeds take over and unfortunate events start happening.

    Of course, fat bank account does not always equates with one’s good karma, hahahaha

    Someone has fat bank account, good or bad karma? Only he knows, I don’t know.

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  23. Disgusted
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 00:07:18

    The Chinese has a joke, asking, why do pigs die?

    The answer: It died of “stupidity.”

    And the stupidity is that the ISA was legislated by BN and when they released the detainees, they expect the detainees and Malaysians to be grateful.
    Isn’t that pure stupidity?

    And of course, BN like the (joke of the pigs) will die of pure stupidity.

    monk

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  24. Atila
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 00:07:38

    Dr Hsu,

    We see next how will pm’s visit to China be like.

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  25. cilyhot
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 00:18:24

    This is my virgin oversea trip.I will meet the richest SULTAN in the world.I will meet Chinese leader, Mr Wen Jia Bao.I have already washed my hands with Clorox just for this occasion.I am the NEW leader of my country,just freshly sumpahed!!WAIT,WAIT,what are those red dots!!!!Please ,,,,,,do not come in yet,,,,,,,,,,,I don’t want to GO home without shaking MR WEN’s hand!!!Alamakkkkkkkkk,,,,,,when I get down from the plane at home,,,,,,,,I do not want to see the REDDDDDDD carpet or anything RED!!!!!!

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  26. Atila
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 00:56:46

    Aiyaaa….cilyhot dont worry, pm will meet up china’s president but not so easy lo….previous pm offended china already lo….now patching up time.

    very malu-ation, this rumpun melayu (malay archipelago) from the days of empayar majapahit & empayar siam had god relations w china until the days of hang li po, then came ini badawi half melayu blood 500years later, relations became sour with china. international
    malu-ation.

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  27. romerz
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 01:01:25

    chinseng,

    Thanks for bring up MY’s bewilderment. Allowed me an introduction to Dr Hsu’s forum a post I wrote in my blog tonight.

    Nothing puzzling at all!

    http://romerz.blogspot.com/2009/04/nothing-puzzling-at-all.html

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  28. romerz
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 01:19:16

    Dr Hsu,

    If I may be allowed to be cheeky, it has nothing to do with feng shui.

    It has all all to do with the ghosts of a Christmas
    Carol by Charles Dickens.

    Christmas past – Najib in his heyday as UMNO youth chief. (remember soak the keris?)

    Christmas present – Najib haunted by a Mongolian spirit. (soon to add the spirits of 2 simple UTK operatives)

    Christmas yet to come – Najib and his cohorts humbled by Malaysians. (Permatang Pauh, Kuala Terengganu, Bukit Gantang,Bukit Selambau and others that would come before the 13GE)

    I think if we all shared our merits with him and his cohorts, it would still not be enough nor if he did a thousand danas or lie in prostrate in front of his God!

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  29. serendipity hopeful
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 02:03:16

    The Malaysian Insider says Muhyddin and Mahathir wonder why the Chinese and Indians have disdain for the BN. Why are MCA, Gerakan and MIC doing? Can’t they do a correct analysis and provide an answer or is UMNO not listening?

    There is no hope for peace in Malaysia when the people ruling the nation are ‘confused, perplexed and puzzled’ why part of the populace show disdain towards it. They think tossing millions of ringgit to build Chinese lanaguage schools should do the trick for them. This as what they did and it worked for them in past. The Chinese now realise they have been taken for a ride but it looks like BN is still ‘FantasyLand’.

    Chiinese language schools are just that, schools! They are lifeless structures but here we are talking about human beings, emotional issues concerning the Chinese should be properly addressed.

    I think Muhyddin is faking ignorance because in his very next breath, he issues a veiled threat by asking if the Chinese and the Indians are beginning to think they are now the kingmakers. With this type of arrogance how can you win the hearts of the non-Malays.

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  30. Atila
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 03:10:24

    dear serendipity hopeful,
    plus the rakyat malays too…we cant accept such arrogance. what a pity. these elite’s hearts are just closed to see the truth anymore.

    these elites nothing but scarring the malays now with cina indian coming together to take over the country. such childish propaganda, its very lame.

    they are not even winning the hearts of the malays rakyat either. just wait and see they fall next ge. they deserve it.

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  31. Disgusted
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 12:51:10

    Serendipity Hopeful,

    Ha, ha you just wrote your piece with hitting the nail on the head, 101% agree with you.

    Either “he” played stupid or in reality, really stupid.

    They can do a few more
    post-mortem(s) and it would not serve any usefulness as long as their “brains” are cell-less or their heads too thick skull.

    Two more by-elections could be on the way and they can also conduct their post-mortems (in advance) because they will lose these both too. One a state and the other, parliament.

    When has the Chinese and Indians become “king-makers”? Just because they have the decisive votes? Who delineated the constituencies? Not the Chinese. It’s the partial SPR who did it dictated by the real king-maker, UMNO. Now that it “backfired”, the non-Malays are blamed and made scapegoats.

    The new DPM is not fit to be in that position. Anyway, more than 27 million Malaysians did not have a chance to vote in ANY PM(s) or DPM(s). So let karma takes its course.

    monk

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  32. klm
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 14:00:56

    The more he talk the more votes will run away from BN.

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  33. cilipadi
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 14:26:23

    monk,

    It seems everyone of you hitting the right nails on their heads. That’s why it is right to classify them as “brain dead”.

    To be franked, I am considering writing an article about this whole thing in the eyes of cilipadi, a non-Malaysian, to Malaysiakini. Just not sure whether Malaysiakini will allow it to be published.

    Malaysian Malay, Chinese & Indian are the ‘king makers’. These Ms are naive? or just pretending to be ‘stupid’?

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  34. Disgusted
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 17:44:18

    Cilipadi,

    Yeah, Malaysiakini or MalaysiaInsider. The latter pay better and content wise, catching up. Analysis of MalaysiaInsider, many friends’ feedback, said are much better and varied, broad spectrum.

    Malaysia Insider don’t focus their analysis depending solely by masters of doctorate or so-called “experts” in politics.

    monk

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  35. pohwatchdog
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 21:06:41

    Who have the mandate do the job? What we want? Political stability, racial harmony, economic prosperity, sense of belonging and opportunities for our children.
    Let move on. BN or PR. Overcome the financial tsunami that hit our shore. Everyone is the king maker. You work hard, you get my vote. You serve and deliver, people will give their support. We gauge, truth or false, we decide. It is a multi racial effort. PR or BN want to win. Either one of them need a joint multi racial support and votes.

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  36. cilyhot
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 23:04:45

    Mr DPM,let me tell you what is your MISTAKES in losing the by elections.1)The buck stop here!!!Admit that you LOSE.You are there on the ground leading your machais and you are the losing general,ADMIT IT.2)When you want to give sweets,DO IT EVERYDAY!!Do not wait until the by elections to do it.The longkangs should be cleaned everyday,NOT only during the by elections!!!So ask your BOSS to visit Petaling Street every week and also WITHOUT notifying your stupid mayor!!3)STOP NEP4)Education opportunity should be given equally to ALL capable young Malaysians.5)Stop keris waving show6)stop pendatang comments from warlords.7)stop twisting history facts8)Disband the state assembly of PERAK and return the power to RAKYAT.LAST BUT NOT LEAST,DO NOT MAKE STUPID COMMENTS LIKE THIS””WE ARREST HER UNDER ISA TO PROTECT HER””HAHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHHAHAHA.

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  37. cilyhot
    Apr 13, 2009 @ 23:08:12

    ALSO,get rid of those Awang Selamats,because we can read Bahasa Malaysia and we also read Malay msm if we want to!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  38. cilipadi
    Apr 23, 2009 @ 17:42:04

    monk,

    Another ‘good’ start for your PM Najib.

    Najib dodges questions about ‘missing’ model

    http://malaysiakini.com/news/102978

    Ghost refuses to go away?

    Divine intervention in play?

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