Friday, December 4, 2009


Hello there to those who happen to stumble to my blog! Sorry for not posting anything for so long as i am currently taking my SPM!!!

SPM is drawing to a close and i could not be happier. I am sure all FORM 5 students all over Malaysia agree with me. After 11 years of school life, i cannot wait to be free. No more uniforms is a welcoming thought! Anyway, some of the SPM papers were ok, some were F***ING HARD! Add math was an example. I mean, the first paper was ok but the second was just frustrating.I guess i was never very good with numbers. I suppose my only comfort is that you don't need Add Math in Med school right? right?

The most satisfying part of the whole SPM ordeal is the cleaning up part. Yup. Nothing is more satisfying than throwing away all those text books,reference books and exam papers that you have accumulated for 2 years. It is a form of therapy. Imagine throwing away that god forsaken SEJARAH text books after 2 years of enslaving your brain with sometimes unless info that have nothing to do with history OR tearing all the exam papers that you have kept in dusty files. If only i could have a bon fire using the papers. While i am taking SPM, several issues have popped up amongst the students which i thought are worth discussing.


The issue of SPM crops up another topic which has bothered SPM candidates all over Malaysia. The grading system. Yes the f****ing grading system. HOW CAN THEY CHANGE THE GRADING SYSTEM A FEW MONTHS BEFORE THE ACTUAL EXAM! I would like to meet the asshole who came up with the brilliant idea. Does the Ministry of Education employ morons to work for them? I mean changing A1 to A+ this year is just ludicrous.You don't build the Petronas Twin Towers a few months after planning it. Is this an indication that the Minister of Education is not doing his job? Perhaps to busy with politics to actually care about the well being of the education system?
I thought having a new Minister of Education would solve problems not create new ones. Clearly they are all from the same mould, the UMNO MOULD.

They should stop mixing politics and education. This is just one territory that should not be tarnished by the corrupted and grubby hands of politics. You politicians can take it to the parliment but do not involve us students.


I am sure many of you do not enjoy Sejarah. I, on the other hand enjoy Sejarah. The bravery of our ancestors, the problems we faced in our country and what we did to gain independence. However there are certain topics in the books that i could not for the life of me relate to history. Certain things that should belong in a SIVIK textbook then Sejarah.One example is the Wawasan 2020. The vision was the brainchild of Tun Dr. Mahathir in the 1990's as a way to encourage Malaysians to work harder in order to quote 'menjadikan Malaysia sebagai sebuah negara yang maju dengan menggunakan acuan sendiri setanding dengan negara maju di dunia'. Yes, the vision was coined up in the past so i suppose it does have a place in our textbook. However, the explanations that were given to us sound like a government propaganda scheme. Glorifying the government in ways that are clearly not true. Too many times have i read the credits the government receive for things that they clearly do not deserve. For those who don't believe me, try reading the Sejarah text books and see for yourselves.The propagandas in the textbooks though is subtle rivals that of the Third Reich's propaganda of the supremecy of the Aryan race. Come to think of it, our Ketuanan Melayu issue is similar to that of the supremecy of the Aryan race. Thank God we are not that extreme.To the government, TRY READING THE TEXT BOOKS! UNDERSTAND WHAT WE STUDENTS FEEL!

Friday, September 4, 2009


Satu Malaysia:rakyat di dahulukan, pencapaian diutamakan. That is the tag line to our current PM's motto. I have to admit it is rather catchy though i still favour 'Perpaduan Teras Kejayaan'. Yes my friends, i have finally found free time to post something new. It has been awhile since my last post and for that i can only offer my apologies(macamlah ade org nak baca blog aku). My life has been quite hectic with SPM trials and the looming SPM on the horizon.

Anyway, before i begin my ramblings I would like to offer my condolences to the family of the late Yasmin Ahmad who passed away recently. Her sudden passing is a shock to us and the country has lost one of it's best talents. May Allah bless her soul.

Our beloved nation celebrated it's 52nd Independence Day recently. Even though it was a moderate even as compared to previous celebrations, no H1N1 pandemic can deter the spirit of Malaysians who performed and those who stood outside of the parliament. I admire the patriotism exhibited by my fellow Malaysians.

Our beloved Malaysia has now turn 52(technically Persekutuan Tanah Melayu is 52 years old). Wow! Imagine that!!! As we celebrate our independence, i cannot help but think about recent events that give the impression that we are still not united. The Kampung Buah Pala incident for example was only a small issue until some assholes made it into a political and racial issue. Now, we all know that race and religion are two very sensitive issues. VERY VERY SENSITIVE. I don't understand why must they make it a big issue? Kite ni kan civilised, x boleh bawa berbincang ker dahulu? We as Malaysians, regardless of race,culture or religion must unite in order for prosperity to reign. What happened to the days when Muthu, Ali and Ah Chong can go fishing without instigating and racial debate? I wish i could turn back the clock and live during those simple times. Remember, we achieve our independence together. Tunku Abdul Rahman did not go alone you know...... Representatives from other races went together with him to achieve independence for Malaya not for the Malays alone.

For those who find this offensive, i am very sorry. Again, i am only 17 and just beginning to learn about the world i live in. Yes for a 17 year old i am quite aware for our current political issues. I am very grateful that the government is more transparent(Thank You Pak Lah!) and a little bit less uptight(little, tiny,weeney bit). Freedom of speech is something we all crave for but do not abuse it. In a multiracial country, freedom of speech can be a very dangerous weapon. If you want to compare us to US, then you are wasting your time. It is just not fair for people to compare us to a country that has been independent for so long. Besides, seriously , you guys nak ke being compared to the most hypocritical country in the world. For example, remember when US warned us not to use ISA as a political weapon? Habis Guantanamo Bay tu ape benda? 5 star hotel? Please do not abuse our right for freedom of speech as it may be taken could happen you know......

A famous blogger was once detained under the Internal Security Act for posting something deemed sensitive and quite incriminating. Whether or not the information he posted is true, we may never know( i really, really want to know!!). We may crave for freedom of speech but i am afraid that we never fully get it. It may be the government or society itself that prevents us from getting it. Personally, i am not obsessed about it. We may be living in a conservative country that requires little changes but i am still happy. Even though we are a small country and tend to be missed by most foreigners( Where's Malaysia? is it near Singapore?), there is still no place like Malaysia. Malaysia truly Asia as they say... I was born here and i will die here. I will defend my country even if it means losing my life in the process.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

pakai casual jer...

it is true that girls are vain? according to the world yes. we are vain. but i never thought i would be really vain.

adnan is having a birthday dinner or party or what ever you want to call it at the Equatorial Hotel(hope the spelling is right). Of course Nad and I are invited along with some other friends. i didn't think much about it until adnan called on my phone during English Lit class(perfect timing Adnan!!!!) to confirm our attendance.I asked him what is the 'dress code' for the evening and he said casual.

LEARN SOMETHING HERE ADNAN: casual to nad and i=track suit and an old comfy t-shirt or PJ's!!!

after the lit class, i told nad that i was busy thinking about what to wear instead of paying attention in class(I hope Pn. Mohana,(gulp) doesn't read my post!). and whaddaya know, she was thinking the same thing too. sighhhh... nad, we really need to stop thinking about the same things.anyway, i spent the whole evening and night going through my closet. SOS: I NEED HELP.THE DINNER IS TONITE!!!!!

so while i'm typing away, i am still thinking about what to wear for tonite.Kenapa nak buat kat hotel!!!!! kan dah susah anak dara dua orang nih, dah tak tahu nak pakai ape!!!.jeez, rich people!!!

sadly, i have to throw my ego out the window and say I AM VAIN!!!!.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

lessons in life

i realized that you can learn the most unusual things when you are down with the flu, having a sore throat and a massive headache. i just had one experience last Wednesday with none other than my(unfortunately)best friend nadiah j or nadnad for short.

so there i was sitting in class, waiting for the bell to ring at 1.10,(we didn't have est that day. i count my little blessings)planning my next activity at home...1.take off my shoes
2.take my pills
3.crawl to my beloved bed
4.make my trip to Lala Land.
all day long, i was yearning,dreaming and craving to lie in bed, with the air conditioner on and the tv on. that was my heaven right close yet so far!anyway, when the bell rang, i couldn't wait to get home, until nad's phone rang(nadiah dah maju, die ade phone sekarang).it was her mum. naturally, i would want a fast ride home instead of waiting for the van.

me:nad....i nak tumpang.nak balik cepatlah
nad:jap eh...
(nad was on the phone)
nad:my mum nak keluar...die nak punch in and then pegi kl central. nak amik ticket. nak ikut tak?
naz:bolehlah. dgn your dad sekali ke?

we made the long journey to her car. i said my hello's to her parents and we set off to her office. naturally, the whole trip was filled with funny moments and absurdly funny conversations(thank you uncle and auntie!!!!)on our way to IKEA(we got hungry and decided to have lunch, although i later found out that nad's mum wanted to go shopping)the radio was playing this weird malay song. i listen harder and it was about a chicken! yes, a song about a chicken.

radio:ayam...macam macam ayam....
naz:nad, kenapa lagu ni pasal ayam
nad:sebab orang tu suke ayam...
naz:oh.nad....why are we listening to this?
uncle:because auntie and i are bringing it to US
naz:eh? kenapa!!!!lagu ni peliklah!!!
nad:welcome to my world.
all four of us started laughing.

the next song was even worse.
radio:makanan pelik-pelik...(something i didn't catch)....tahi itik...
naz:nad....kenapa lagu nih!
nad:entahlah naz. my dad beli!
uncle:sedap ape lagu nih!

and the rest will forever be on my mind.....that was my experience with nad's quirky family. but hey, i love being quirky and had a blast. so what i have learned :
1. all mothers are the same(they like to shop)
2. IKEA is a good place to have lunch and shop
3. never take mothers to IKEA
4. children and fathers are able to bear with shopping mums
5. there are songs out there that should be banned!!

Saturday, March 28, 2009

naznaz's opinion on politics

hey there who ever is bored enough to the point where they are willing to read my blog...

its been a while since i posted anything on this god forsaken blog. i wanted to write something about politics but i was afraid to get into trouble with the know the...(whisper)GOVERNMENT.....i mean, don't get me wrong, i do support the government, but sometimes you just want to stand up and scream at the monkeys who say they represent the malaysian people but ended up arguing like little kids over candy...i think one blogger in the ISA is enough... i do not wish to add 'ISA DETAINEE' in my scholarship application. however, having that sort of experience listed on my resume might just give me a boost...or not.

point 1:

anyway people, like i said, politics seem to be a funny thing. i mean the word 'money politics' in my opinion is just a better version of what we call BRIBERY. i don't think there is such a thing as MONEY POLITICS....but being Malaysians, we want to be the first in everything even to the point of creating a new phrase. but money politics sounds kinda catchy......

point 2:

a friend once said that a good government is free of corrupt politician. but does she know that a person needs to do favours in order to become a politician? bet you haven't looked at it this way! i mean, in order to rise through the ranks of a party, one must do special services or give some green paper to certain people so that they can help him during the campaign. so it is impossible to be corrupt free once you are called a politician! if the other party accused its opponent of bribery, then they must also realize that they are also doing the same thing. i me one uncorrupted politician in this whole world. one person who has never taken a bribe is his life...if it's not in the form of money, it may be presents, vip treatment at the spa, free concert tickets and so on...that is also considered bribery is it not? corruption in politics is cannot be can reduced but never destroyed poverty....however, i applaud Pak Lah's determination to stop corruption even though his time as the 5th prime minister is up. i also admire any politician who is willing to take up the impossible task.....

to the next future prime minister, datuk seri najib tun razak, i wish you good luck(you're gonna need it) and hope you can manage this, multiracial, hot and humid country(not to mention being a country unknown to a lot of idiot mat sallehs who think the country north of singapore is a big jungle!)we call MALAYSIA.

p/s:to all those mat sallehs who don't know where malaysia is, or who must be reminded that it is the country north of singapore, next to indonesia or next to brunei......we are MALAYSIANS...our country is called MALAYSIA! if you ever ask any malaysian where malaysia is...expect a punch....(hahhaha)

p/s:pls don't take it seriously...i mean im only 17. i too want to be a politician!