Power Sharing Concept Explained

Friends of the PM have been saying that the “power sharing concept” they agreed on wasn’t really being practised.
The PM however, denies that.

Guess their definition of “power-sharing” must be very different.

Weight-lifting FAIL. I just cannot stop laughing at this!

80 Replies to “Power Sharing Concept Explained”

  1. It is so true, I am already immune to it already ! Let Kenny be the one in power, then freedom of media for bloggers and everyone. Support Kenny

  2. lol… how true and straight to the point. u-m no people would really want to share any power with anybody especially when majority of them think others are squatter or immigrant. power sharing words are mainly to comfort those greedy with power.
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  3. how i hope malaysia have more freedom of speech just like wat they have in US and for some ppl that r tooo sensitive just back off..diff ppl diff opinion okay!

  4. It’s so so true, but our stupid M***y society got different type of thinking de lah..
    Argue with “babs” is better than talk to them.

  5. There’s got a gathering at PJ here last night, and I’m not really sure what are they doing, just knowing that there’s got some sentences on their shirts, it’s bout ” say no to ISA”
    I didnt stop down to see what had happened, they all having a candle on hand, and gather at one circle ..

  6. The main issue is NOT power sharing, because if we all started debating how much (which is always relative and actually incalculable), there will be no end to this question, and sadly, it seems that the so called Malayan Car Association are doing exactly that, and even worsening everything.
    Wake up, people, we must all go beyond the question of Racing, because this endless cycle. Otherwise we still all come back again and again tirelessly on calculating ‘fairness’ based on Racing. There won’t be progress, least we all start thinking of GOOD leadership and INCLUSIVE thinking, not how many marbles you have, and how many I have, but how we can increase the number of marbles and how to share them among those who have none or few. please, not more Racing.

  7. How many palimentary seats UMNO has and how many palimentary seats MCA, MIC & Gerakan have?
    Do you guys even know what power sharing means?

  8. RE: The gathering in PJ
    …is a weekly anti-ISA candle-light vigil
    for detained blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin and all other ISA detainees (eg Hindraf 5).
    It is held every Sunday 8pm
    Venue: Padang in front of Amcorp Mall, next to A&W Restaurant, Petaling Jaya
    If you believe in freedom of speech (and you should if you are enjoying Kenny Sia’s blog) and wish to support the basic human rights of ISA detainees, pls attend. Or buy a shirt.
    For more info:

  9. not happy with the state of things here in Msia?
    feel free to take the tongkang back to Bahbeeland please..TQ

  10. ot happy with the state of things here in Msia?
    feel free to take the tongkang back to Bahbeeland please..TQ
    hey,fucking dickhead…stfu,will ya…lazy pigs…

  11. the comment above is directed to the dickhead by the name of proud to be malay…not to all malays, just this racist pig here…

  12. erm as usual politics stuff difficult to handle even superficially it seems that power sharing meant to be good for everyone but the one truly benefits from them are the top officials where the lower ranked one would have to follow command and orders

  13. Hey Kenny…this is a bit late, but I loved your Datuk Jessica Alba piece! It was so hilarious. I had never heard of The Sleeping Dictionary before…the storyline sounds so ridiculous.
    We don’t really knight people here in Australia, because we leave that up to Queen Lizzy! But if we did…should Sarah Michelle Gellar be honoured for shooting Scooby Doo on the Australian Gold Coast? I don’t think so.

  14. Those very important positions, since the very beginning, when had they been posted to other “cars” other than the “Protons” who think they are all so high quality? If those 60-70% “Protons” are hardworking and really sensitive to the “car-brand” issues, then i dun mind. But these Protons now are dragging the country down and loves to talk how high quality their “spare-parts ” and “accessories” are, of course other “cars” are not happy about it. The “Protons” hog up 3 of a 4-lane highway its called “road-sharing”?
    US is now making our government look like a car pile-up and i would even /gg if Obama becomes the next president. This shows that even US could change, and not stand like a stone man in Malaysia.

  15. If all of us go bk to Bahbeeland i give it max 2 years b4 the GDP becomes -5%..just look at how MAS is being run..5 star-valued airlines so despo till it must compete wif air asia low cost carrier fairs..what nonsense!!did u all know its cheaper to buy proton cars in england than in malaysia..i find that very funny..LMAO!!!!!

  16. “If all of us go bk to Bahbeeland i give it max 2 years b4 the GDP becomes -5%..just look at how MAS is being run..5 star-valued airlines so despo till it must compete wif air asia low cost carrier fairs..what nonsense!!did u all know its cheaper to buy proton cars in england than in malaysia..i find that very funny..LMAO!!!!!”
    Just think of Zimbabwe after they practically takeover and kicked out the white-people and let their “black-people” takeover everything.
    As for Malaysia, if this scenario do happen, then not long it need to rely on UN for basic necessities, start to borrow and own IMF tonnes of cash. MAS + Petronas + Proton would be sold to foreign owners and we in Bahbeeland would be smirking like what Martin Jol is to Spurs.
    Malaysia and S.Korea were of the same standard back in the 60’s and see how far the difference is. And we all know who to thank to for all this.

  17. Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.
    Before you start preaching… You should consider Jack Kennedy’s words.

  18. 3 years ago, U.S. praised Malaysia’s ‘power sharing’ concept. What changed ? 🙁
    “The BN’s formula of power-sharing, which has guaranteed peace and stability in Malaysia for decades, could serve as useful experience for the Iraqi government, US Under-Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Karen Hughes said. ”

  19. even the previous pm said that his race received too much help…always with ‘tongkat’.if it is wrong prove us wrong.

  20. nwadays wteva the ministers say all are “RIGHT”..such as Najis who claimed tat Msia financial is still on the right track but the problem is that the investor leavin is more than the 1 tat stays..another minister is Shit Hamed who keep defending his move on ISA which quite irony as only benefits the govt..wt bout Ahmad Ismail?? Msia is dead with BN around xpecially UMNO

  21. i hate malaysian government.racist.they even separate the parties into Malays(bn),Chinese(mca) and Indians(mic).[racist comment deleted].i guess all the geniuses in malaysia will migrate in SIngapore thus wats left in malaysia are the crappy people still talks abt fair,equality.i think Malaysia will be in corruption soon.they keep on fighting each other even in same party.even there is a “lompat party”.wtf!u cn see the true colours of anwar.frm government who knows everything in government system and now a traitor!and the malaysians itself analyze that the government cannot be trusted at all.government failed to win the nations heart.
    [racist comment deleted]

  22. Give them blocks and see what they can built. Bound to see one crashing down all the time =P
    Current government so disappointing n i dun expect any difference from the Oppositions. Soon PAS + DAP will start arguing bout race n religion again. No hope edi. Just hope can get a PR somewhere else.

  23. @Zen:
    That’s what the government want you to think. To be obedient and comply with whatever rules they come up with, even though sometimes it’s blatant oppression and stupidity ??
    Also I believe that ultimately the government as a whole wants to take care of the Rakyat. I really do. I appreciate the government efforts, cheap healthcare available, and so many other things. It’s just that some of the corrupt ministers are blinded with greed for power and wealth !!
    There must be balance. Equilibrium. Give too much power to one side, and you risk overflow.
    If you, the rakyat, can’t voice your concerns freely NOW, when are you going to ? They can’t possibly arrest THE RAKYAT.

  24. who the hxll is this “roland”…
    o , btw, good one Kenny….what a cheering joke..
    guys guys guys…
    after all , this is juz a freaking funny post by Kenny, why fill with ur own anger into it?
    for bumiputra(esp: Malay)…. get with it(try to prove that you can survive without spoon feeding,most of you guys did well nowaday) , for Non-bumi(esp: chinese)…what to do(we no need ppl to pity us..nothing is impossible)

  25. power sharing FAILED
    Complains sure to be there when almost all privileges go to one side all the time. Spoon feed must also have a limit. You can spoon feed them at primary level, spoon feed them at secondary level. But when you still spoon feed them at college/university/working level, you start to spoil them to the point of no return and they forever hope for spoon feeding to their graves.
    And if they wanna lock us up under ISA, then they better prepare more camps cause they are gonna take on almost every other non-bumis.

  26. Thats the Malay version of ‘Fair’. Such definition could not be found even in Oxford or Britannica dictionaries.

  27. No need for this post la. Bersepah dh politics blog.. U as the most popular blogger in Malaysia need to incite hate among races some more ka? Dissapointed in you. No need to hop on the band wagon.

  28. lulu:
    This post is a joke only. Only readers interpret it to this level. If you don’t even accept this as a joke, then you are really closed minded my friend.

  29. Dear ALL,
    SEE what YOU GUYS are ALL saying… ALL falling into RACING mentality.
    WAKE UP, people, we must all go beyond the question of Racing, because this endless cycle. Otherwise we still all come back again and again tirelessly on calculating ‘fairness’ based on Racing. There won’t be progress, least we all start thinking of GOOD leadership and INCLUSIVE thinking, not how many marbles you have, and how many I have, but how we can increase the number of marbles and how to share them among those who have none or few. please, not more Racing.
    ALL of you are in the end talking like what UM no wants, falling back into RACING.

  30. that not jusk crap jokes..that was smart as prawn”….*smart but prawn put their shit on top of brain along….hahaha”cerdik cerdik udang,tahi atas kepala….hahaha…

  31. the Prime Minister is thinking that he can solve the country’s problems without his little helpers and he’s trying to prove that he can do it. what he doesn’t know is that he’s taking such a big risk doing it because Malaysia’s economy is already falling to bits… well, i personally think that this is really fucking retarded…

  32. They say nice “Pie Chart”, and some say “look Chart”~
    Posted by: Look Chart at 21 October 2008 10:29 PM | Link to comment

  33. 肯尼,你没有发挥这里的种族主义问题。这将使您马来博客读者生气,你写作包括我在内

  34. Indonesia is one of the world’s richest countries
    in terms of natural resources.
    God has blessed Indonesia with gold, uranium, copper, oil, timber, beaches, seas and other wealth. The land is fertile with abundant rain. Stick a twig into the ground and it grows into a tree.
    Yet Indonesians sleep in the streets.
    Food is expensive. The average Indonesian eats some rice, tempe, tauhu and may be some vegetables for breakfast, lunch and dinner everyday.
    An average Nasi Padang meal for four persons in a single star Indonesian restaurant can cost RM60(160,000 Rupiah). This is way beyond the income of the average Joko or Sinta in Indonesia.
    Why is this so ? The answer is because the ruling elites in Indonesia do not care about the people. They have pillaged the country.
    They craft policies that only serve to keep the elites in power and wealthly. The same thing is happening in M’sia.
    There are also millions of Indonesians who go to school and university but do not learn skills that can help them survive in the real world. They are very poor in European languages like English or Dutch. All their education is in Indonesian. So they cannot keep up with the latest developments and technologies. They cannot compete. They remain poor.
    The children of the elites are sent overseas for their education. An average Indonesian university graduate cannot bring world class skills to his employers. He or she therefore earns a pittance. This is happening in Malaysia.
    Bumiputera university graduates only strike it rich if they get Government jobs where they earn a good salary with a pension. In the private sector they may not get a job or earn only a pittance. The system stunts growth. If Malaysia were to become a 1st World Nation, everyone has to learn to fish together and eat together.
    That is why 100,000 graduates remain unemployed in Malaysia, partly because the economy sucks and partly because the system is not proactively adjusting to absorb a higher level educated workforce, as we grow to the next level
    In Malaysia, just like in Indonesia, food is getting very expensive. But the wages and salaries of the people, especially the Malays, is not keeping up with the increase in prices. Instead of developing the competitive ability of the people, the Government has been using the failed NEP to provide subsidies and dish out money on a plate.
    Everything is subsidised, even cooking oil, flour, rice, sugar, fuel, etc.
    The Government has been providing these subsidies so that the people will keep voting for the ruling party. So it has never been to the Government’s advantage to make the Malays independent. A Malay who is independent of the Government may not vote for the BN. It is therefore better to keep feeding with subsidies.. So, for the past 50 years, everything has been subsidised.
    But now with 27million people in the country of which more than half are Malays, subsidies are getting more expensive. There is also much much more thievery and wastage by the elites in Malaysia.
    But there is no bottomless ‘well’ full of money.
    Everything has its limits.
    The money will soon run out. Without the subsidies for cooking oil, sugar, flour and petrol, how are the people, especially the Malays, going to survive ? Already university graduates cannot find jobs or compete in the private sector. What happens when the oil money runs out ? What happens when (not if, but when) the Government cannot simply spend billions of oil money to sustain its voting base any longer? That is when we may see people sleeping in the streets, just like in Indonesia. If that happens this country will go up in flames. We will all be consumed.
    In Indonesia, the Government has not mobilised its hundreds of millions of people (over
    250 million Indonesians) with the competitive skills to grow enough food for themselves. Hence food is expensive. They do not even have simple survival skills like coming to work on time, organising themselves to do simple tasks, maintaining good hygiene and cleanliness and so on. They are poorly read and not informed about many things that are going on around the world. Their Government has failed in all these aspects. Hence the average Indonesian remains poor.
    The same thing has happened in Malaysia. Our young people, especially the Malays, do not possess basic survival skills. We are not talking about competitive skills but just basic survival skills. The Government is not serious about giving them useful competitive skills either.
    The Mat Rempits are being glorified by the politicians as saviours of the nation (Mat Cemerlang). Correction. they are drug users, gang rapists, snatch thieves and street fighters.
    When an efficient Policewoman called Nooriyah Anvar was appointed Chief of Traffic Police she went after the Mat Rempits with a vengeance. Does anyone remember her ? She confiscated their bikes on the spot. But soon the Mat Rempits called their political muscle and Nooriyah Anvar was kicked out. To date she holds the record of being the shortest serving Traffic Police Chief in Malaysia. She has been replaced by Senior Asst Comm (II) Datuk Hamza Taib.
    So the Government is not serious about improving the position of the Malays.
    It serves the Barisan Nasional Government to keep the Malays down and out. Then the Malays can go to the Government for crumbs. This way the ruling elites get to keep the whole loaf to themselves. Go and visit Indonesia. This is what is happening over there. It is happening over here too.
    Does Malaysia have a problem ? yes the Malays are not happy, the Chinese are not happy and the Indians are not happy.
    They spoke out at the March 2008 polls and hope things will change for the better, now they have some oppositions who promised change.
    The Malays are being duped by their corrupted leaders by using the religion, the Chinese and Indians are being marginalised by the ruling elites.
    Let us all Malaysians wake up and fight the corrupt system for the benefit of everyone. Let us all unite and stand together and change the system for once and for all.
    We are not Malays, Chinese or Indians, we are Malaysians.
    Malaysians May End Up Sleeping in the Street
    [If u care, please repost this on your blog.]

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