Monthly Archives: September 2008

Malaysia Fuel Price

Our Fuel / Petrol Price for RON97 is now RM2.45/litre and RON92 is RM2.30/litre while diesel will pay RM2.40/litre.

This is good…we hope that it continues.

Also hope that our manufacturing industry and food industry will revert their price…which is highly unlikely that they do.

Malaysia Blogs

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RPK to be detained 2 years under ISA

This is a breaking news and you can find the orginal news here. He will be held without trial and be detained at Kamunting.  

What is your view for this?

Crude Oil Price jump $25

Crude Oil Price have jump $25 in one day. Biggest jump ever in history. The closing price at New York Mercantile Exchange closes on $120.92, ($16.37 increase for yesterday). I don’t think we are going to get any price decrease for our petrol price in Malaysia, might even be an increase. Be prepared for the worst.

I hope that this would not cause another inflation in our country.

Check out the news at MSNBC and AFP

Anwar the Next Malaysia Prime Minister

I did not know that being underdog also have his rights to demand for terms. But I am still looking forward to see what Anwar would do when he is our Prime Minister. It is not happening today as promised by Anwar to take over the government on Sept 16th 2008.

Here is his terms to our current PM.

1) That Barisan does not hinder or prevent the MPs from acting in accordance with their conscience, constitutional rights and independentjudgement;

2) That the Barisan government should not invoke the Internal Security Act to detain the MPs or any other current Pakatan MPs;

3) That the Barisan government does not invoke emergency laws or police powers or suspend the Constitution or dissolve Parliament; and

4) That the Barisan government shall not impose roadblocks or impede MPs from going to Parliament or any institution of government.