Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Bukan JIKA tapi BILA?

LEBANON: Perang
PALESTIN: Perang
IRAQ: Dijajah, bunuh, bom
AFGANISTAN: Dijajah, gerakan gerila
INDONESIA: Tsunami & Gempa bumi
PATANI: ......
MINDANAO: ......

Semakin dekat
Semakin dekat
Semakin dekat dengan kita.

MALAYSIA: ???? Belum lagi!!! yeh.

LIHAT, LIHATLAH DUNIA KEMAJUAN DAN KEAMANAN MALAYSIA. LALALALALA. Citrawarnaaaaku, Festivalkuuuu.

MALAYSIA:
Ingatlah, berbalik kepada HUKUM KARMA. (buat baik dibalas baik, buat jahat dibalas jahat). Lihatlah orang Islam kita. Sibuk mak ayah nak jadikan anak penyanyi, pelakon. Realiti TV. Gossip berleluasa. Arak dah biasa. Pergaulan bebas boyfrend girlfriend biasa. Zina dah macam biasa. Seks sejenis tidak hairan. Anak muda biadap. Guru dikeji. Ulama diperlekeh. Sembahyang ikut suka. Pahala dosa dan neraka jadi gurauan. Tapi takut mati. Dan lagi dan lagi dan lagi. Mustahilkah kita ditimpa BALA? Tidak bukan? Yang harus difikirkan sekarang:

bukanlah JIKA tetapi BILA? ia datang.

tidak mustahil bukan...
**Psssstt... selalunya dosa besar dibayar cash!

24 comments:

neeziee said...

best ke citrawarna tu?jom pegi tengok.ahaks

zwitterion said...

Dunia akhir zaman.Islam bermula dengan terasing dan akhirnya kembali terasing.
Bala sebagai peringatan kepada hambanya yg lalai..

kingbinjai said...

bila? isk ko, dah samapi dah bala tu takkan tak nampak?

- hiburan yang berlebih lebihan.
- umat islam menumpahkan airmatanya kepada perkara perkara lagha dan kepada kafir (filem sedih omputih atau yang bukan islam)
- barisan saf tidak lagi lurus (tanda perpecahan ummah)
- banyaknya gejala dan masalah sosial (rogol, bunuh,zina, buang bayi, sakit jiwa)
- rakyat dipimpin oleh luka bin luka
dan banyak lagi lah. itu tanda bala la tu. cumanya kita belum terima yang nyatanya lagi. macam ko cakap selalunya dosa besar di bayar cash. yang kita terima sekarang hanya depositnya saja.

ingatlah, panas terik mentari pun kita tak tahan, ada hati nak buat dosa di bumi tuhan!!!

Attoch said...

Menadah tangan.
Mulut terkumat-kamit.
Membaca doa.
Menyuap makan.
Rohani dan jasmani.

Amin...

amyz! said...

Mudah-mudahan Allah sentiasa melindungi.

Amin.

JBM8141 said...

bak kata m nasir
bagaikan realiti, jatuh bangun kerajaan dunia dan semua mengejarnya atas nama kemajuan, perang tak boleh dielakkan, hari ini atau esok, pasti berlaku.

gitartong said...

insyaallah. .kita yang ada ini, sampai-menyampai...

zac said...

ishhh...terasa takot plak..!! Macam dekat jer...

Azhar Ahmad said...

Bukanlah BILA perlu jadi persoalan. Kerana dengan perkataan BILAlah, kita jadi lagha.

reek said...

I am really upset and angered by the conduct (see video clip) of these so-called 'pro-establishment' university students and the management of UPM (University Putra Malaysia). Abdul, the student representative council president, should have been expelled from the university as a lesson for him.

Fortunately, the SPF (Students Progressive Front) students were calm enough to withstand the unbearable humiliation and avoided a tragedy from happening. They surely deserved a compliment from me.

Surprisingly, after this event, nobody from the government and authorities took it seriously. So far, we have not heard of any action taken against the perpetrators.

First, the seditious ethnic book written by the unqualified half-past-six lecturers in that university and now this incident that could easily cause another riot in the country. It is really worrying and shameful to send our children to the local universities.

tim said...

All these issues that have plagued our Malaysia institutions of higher learning are purely a result of political interference and nothing else.

Look at universities around the region or even private institutions in the country where both students and staff are very focused on the sharing and learning process. Interaction comes naturally both inside and outside campus not only amongst students but staff as well.

As I posted, it would be interesting if the government can pick just one university in the country, staff it with the best professors and lecturers in the region and accept students who are not only academically excellent but good in other areas like sports, leadership skills, creativeness, etc. And strictly no political interferences and appointments.

I have no doubt that in no time such a university will make a name for the country. The question is - would the government have such foresight and courage to initiate such a project? I don't think so.

No surprise we have a stupid ass as a minister of higher education. Read what Dr Mahathir has to say about Syed Hamid: "I have picked a foreign minister who does not know how to read letters". We have another donkey as foreign minister! No wonder our cabinet is like a zoo!

Hahaha so in other words, it is Mahathir's fault, he admitted it he is the one who picked useless ministers, bravo Mahathir for slapping your own face.

What is so surprising that the minister of higher education didn't know what he was saying? That is the quality of our ministers. Our ministers can talk rubbish, yet the citizens will lick it all up!

All our ministers only know one thing. To suck the nation dry through various dubious projects and follow the winds and carry the balls.

Monkeys see monkeys do……….

This bunch of crooks last time need Mahathir to listen, read and write for them. Now without Mahathir master of all tongkat, they have no one to rely. Upfront Pak Lah already told them to listen, read and write by themselves, if not he will punish them.

This ethnic relations course is nothing more than crap. How can it be meaningful and credible when you have race-based parties like Umno, MIC and MCA operating in our midst.

This is similar to the National Service programme. So now all the youths are required to attend NS for the sake of national harmony. After the NS, all will return to their race-based pigeonholes waiting to exploit by race-based political parties.

And with that goes our RM500 million investment in the project. Dismantle these parties and maybe, maybe we will still have hope yet of a truly united nation without the hang-ups of race and religion.

In the 1950s and 1960s, I would say we were more integrated. The 1970s, we were just accepting one another and now the 1990s and 2000s, we are tolerating one another. We are digressing not progressing!

Using a metaphor, this nation is like a hose or water pipe. No matter how hard they try to plug the leak in terms of damage control, another one will appear and this will keep on happening until the whole pipe is plastered with band-aids. Why don't we change the whole damn pipe and be done with.

The BN ministers (all of them in fact) are just jack-of-all-trades but masters of none. That sums it all up huh.

They are (one) masters in financial controllers for individual wealth. They never fail in accumulating personal wealth in past few decades.

kok said...

Dear all: regarding Kampung Medan and May 13, if the non-malays were the ones to instigate the murders, why then do we now and then find Umno leaders threatening to recreate the incidents, even without similar "instigations" (remember the keris waving guy)?

Why is it that they often claim that the reason for May 13 was the socio-economic inequalities of the various communities? And if such reasons - "instigations" or socio-economic conditions - were true of May 13, what other excuse do they have for Kampung Medan?

Now let us accept the far-fetched stories some commenters here are spreading regarding the two incidents, that (1) Kampung Medan was sparked by one Indian who supposedly chopped off a malay's hand and (2) May 13 started because the malays were offended by the rude remarks of the Chinese particularly the DAP.

If someone kidnaps one or two of your citizens, or a single rocket lands on your settlements, the proper response might be to go after those responsible for the crimes, or even kill a few of them.

It definitely does not warrant the indiscriminate killings of thousands of civilians, many of whom were helpless children and women. Collective punishment is a war crime.

Regarding Kampung Medan, the excuse is that one Indian has chopped off the hand of one malay, and therefore that justified the mass killings of the Indian community.

Now regarding May 13, what some people here are suggesting is that some Chinese have "insulted" them - not killed them, not punched them - and on that basis they have the right to burn and kill hundreds of non-malays.

A sense of proportionality is vital in any discussion on moral development. If you insult me, the most I can do is to insult you back. If you throw a stone at me, the most I can do is to throw it back at you. I shouldn't even throw a rock back, much less go on a rampage and start burning and murdering innocent folks.

Many were the times when some Umno leader talked about drenching their keris in Chinese blood: would that justify organizing mobs to kill and pillage innocent malays?

And most Malaysians do know that it was part of a plan to carry out a coup - a plan to overthrow the Tunku by a group of conspirators, some of whom are still around in the political scene, unfortunately.

Kampung Medan and May 13 will forever be remembered by the victimized communities unless and until some genuine healing is done, perhaps by setting some truth commissions along the lines of South Africa.

The present childish efforts to blame the victims merely add insult to injury, and will only serve to prolong the bitter memories of those whose loved ones were murdered with impunity.

wihong said...

I am glad, I got my residency in other country, I am showing off, yes, I am happy, I don't have to face those silly Malaysia politicians drama again.

Wish you people, for those talented one and the rich one, just pack up and go to other countries, they don't appreciate us, we won't stay!

As they say, we not happy, we can pack up. So I listen to them - since we Malaysians have to listen to the government "all the time", or some people will treat us, May 13 will be happen again.

I am a good Malaysian Chinese, I listened to my teacher in school, I studied hard, I didn't manage to get into local university, maybe it is too packed with their people and leave me no seat.

I paid my tax when I worked for a year full time after I graduated from my college diploma set, I paid my tax for them to build for the 10 thousand ringgit a street light in Cyberjaya.

I never voice out in the public that I was treated unequally, because they might jail me and left a big black mark on my police report. And what the "finance" promised me from an award I received 2 years ago - still heard nothing from them, even I contact them, they said who are you? Chinese name, they don't care anymore since then.

So I am a good Malaysian, a non-malay Malaysian, I obeyed all Malaysia rules, and I decided to leave the country. I mean, what is the point staying in the country you don't like?

Am I still love my country Malaysia? Ho yes I still, a bit since some of my family members are still there if not I won't be here anymore……….well maybe after another 20 years, after those "certain type" of malays already opened their mind, maybe I will return - return to buy a piece of land for my graveyard.

aston said...

In fact, if you look at all the topics in this forum, every topic, every scandal, every issue, every educational ills, can be traced to the break down of the key values. The whole of opposition's work in parliament revolve around these 4 key values.

I don't blame Pak Lah for the break down of these values. I blame Mahathir for the systematic destruction of those values in his 22 years reign.

What are these values that I am talking about?

M eritocracy
A ccountability
T ransparency
I ntegrity

During TAR, Abdul Razak and Hussein Onn days, these values were still very much alive. But now they are all dead. If these values are not revived soon enough, it will be the death of Malaysia.

I hope I will not have to see this obituary - the death of Malaysia was due to the death of MATI.

shinwee said...

As a brain drainer whom has fled to Australia, here are my reasons for leaving.

(1) Better government. Australia government is way less wasteful than Malaysia government. I am rather tired of seeing my tax money going into white elephants and useless projects while our Malaysia schools are getting neglected. Oh, and my tax returns are guaranteed to be paid back in 10 days. Usually I will get my tax return in 4 to 5 working days.

(2) Better lifestyle. I cannot own a car and still be able to get around Australia. I am looking forward to do my masters degree in a proper university environment and being supported by the government through PELS scheme and tax deductions.

(3) Better traffic. Besides Sydney, traveling around cities in Australia is quite a relaxing task. You don't have to deal with some corrupt policemen or crazy drivers.

(4) Things are actually affordable here. You might have to pay 10 bucks for a plate of 'char koay teow', but the size of the plate you can share is with 3 people in Malaysia. Oh, and you get the big prawns too.

Like someone said, I go back to Malaysia for the 3Fs - family, friends and food. If I do stay in Malaysia, I do not see a future for myself or my family. My children will be discriminated at school. Education will be extremely expensive. And I will die earlier due to all the pollution in the air.

As many doctors leave Malaysia every year, there are more illegal Indonesian workers coming in and became citizens so easily. The country does not only flush away good brains but also refill with……….(sigh) - this is an insane country.

No no, this is not insane. We did great things to the world you know, like providing brains to others, and accepting rubbish from others. That is a Malaysia Boleh!

julee said...

The basis of how the Malaysia government works is based on the NEP, a highly flawed and self-destructive (to most) system. We are citizens of a flawed system. There must be something wrong for those of us who grew up and indoctrinated on low class mentality.

The NEP and crutches mentality have simply permeated too much of the government and civil servants.

Face it, too many people managing public education in this country have feudal mindset. Next to the police, the public education establishment is probably the most unaccountable and opaque. We have principals and teachers who make shocking on decisions in schools on their own. We have administrators who make bad decisions on teachers, syllabus, schools, programs, etc.

Before we get a first class university, we need to get first class students from quality schools. Sadly most of the good schools have been decimated by who have become more engrossed with 'tudung' fashion than the quality of teaching.

Face it, there are many in the government that see education and skills the way they see government contracts - they need to monopolize it and limit the other races from it. It is very much part and parcel of 'ketuanan' idea. Their greatest fear is that non-malays would take what is available and run far ahead of them. In other words, if they can't have it their way, no one should get any either. It is better to spoil the game then let someone else win the game.

As long as those elements of the NEP inside higher education policy, don't ever dream on having first class universities. Second class is also out of our reach. Third class……….yes! This is what we are having now. Look at our local graduates that being churned out from these third class universities.

The frequent flooding is just one sign of all that has gone rotten in Malaysia.

Seems like none posters have confidence and hope at all on the government and the policy they implement. Any move they make is just to benefit their members and bringing down Malaysia to the knee and suffered its citizens.

I think the posters have no hope because we believe with the NEP and affirmative action to the majority favouring certain 'upper class' - there will be no prosperity for Malaysia regardless of the illusion they throw at us.

The grievances expressed here are tips for the government to reflect on the issues and to improve on its administration. It is free advice. We do it as if we are happy, or have no choice, but to let BN to continue to be in power forever.

I grew up in small town when I was a kid and that was the best part of my life but this corrupt system has to be stopped somehow. Even if they are not money corrupt, the system is ideologically unsound and corrupt. It is just spinning on a vicious cycle. I don't see Pak Lah breaking that cycle. In fact, he is playing into it.

yuking said...

I was studied in Melbourne Australia for 2 years, I met a lot of Malaysians who had emigrated to the country, some of them work in big company such as Nissan, NEC etc, some of them open restaurants (there are Malaysian restaurants everywhere in Australia), and their life is good and fairly treated by the locals.

In Melbourne, a lot of Malaysians (99% Chinese) live in a suburbs, most of them send their kids to local school, and all have no problem on their race and nationality because besides Malaysian, there are also a lot of Indonesian, Japanese, Singaporean, Turkish, Vietnamese, etc. They can learn their own language without any restriction from the authorities. And everyone is compete on level playing field, everything is based on merit.

The living environment there is very nice, clean air and water (water can directly drink from tap), nicely built roads and residential area, almost perfect mass transit system (although I feel that Singapore is better) where you can live and travel easily without own car. Living cost there is relatively cheaper compare to KL (dollar to dollar).

The main reason for this migration is that some of them felt that they were second-class citizens (the Chinese) and third-class citizens (the Indians) in the country that they were born in. The high cost of living and non-support from the government have also resulted in smaller families among the non-malays.

For those who ran away or are thinking about running, my best wishes to you. But for the others who stand and fight, my respect for you.

samp said...

The truth is Chinese inject entrepreneurial and economic progress in South-East Asia. If the Chinese left Malaysia, your economy would be on the verge of collapse and will become little more than a backwater hellhole.

There are very simple reasons why Chinese do not fully assimilate into malay societies. It is because the malay people are very hostile and disrespectful to the Chinese. It is well ingrained in their society, this anti-Chinese sentiment.

Also, given this hostility, why should Chinese integrate with your society? Let me tell you, it is a very simple reason. Unlike primitive tribesmen minorities in your territories, our civilization and culture is actually far superior than your malay culture.

We are the inheritors of one of the greatest civilizations in human history. Why do we want to downgrade our cultural knowledge and perception, and accept a backward and undeveloped primitive culture?

You Filipinos, Indonesians and Malaysians need to learn from the example of the Thais. They are friendly to Chinese and many Thai Chinese are very integrated and are loyal to Thailand. However, they also have links to China and bring the two countries closer.

Hence, China and Thailand enjoy very strong relations and all of this bodes well for Thailand economically and politically. It is no wonder Thailand has experienced a great deal of economic progress.

Too, I lived in Malaysia before and let me tell you that Malaysia is not rich. The government owes a lot of money to Japan and other countries. The nation is corrupted! In outside look, you think Malaysia is rich but the truth is Malaysia is very poor. A lot of projects have been cancelled such as new airport in Kuching, and etc.

Indeed right, in Malaysia the malays are like shit. They disrespect the Chinese. And you want to know why the malay government has money? It is because the tax! Chinese pay high tax to the malay government where the malay government even use quota control!

The malays given of special treatment, the government give money to the malays because without this, the malays will have nothing! We Chinese in Malaysia depend on ourselves! We earn money on ourselves!

The Chinese in Malaysia is dropping rapidly, one day and one day will come, when the malays don't like Chinese and riot, then we Chinese move away and hahaha! Malaysia will become like Indonesia!

Now look at your Indonesia, last time when Chinese there, the government can be rich. Now when Chinese gone - your country like shit! Hahaha! This is dream funny!

kelly said...

She got 9As and chose to study in Sunway College. Look what our Malaysia public universities are attracting a bunch of monkeys making troubles. Hard to imagine our public universities becoming world-class rather going down the drain.

For every good student out there, there would be ten others who have been:

- denied places in local universities;
- denied places of their choice of course;
- denied scholarships of their applications;

But the greatest grievance, insult and sin done onto them as equal citizens of this land is that they are forced to leave their homeland in order to further their ambitions.

Let me tell you that every year, there are thousands and thousands of Malaysians taking STPM (the most difficult exam in Malaysia) after finishing their SPM. These students, if they spend as much effort in London School of Economics from University of London, they all would have easily score distinction in every subject they are taking!

It is unfortunate, but there exists a whole new generation of Malaysians making waves overseas who care nothing for the idea of making their homeland proud because their homeland has done very little to acknowledge or nurture their talents.

True rewards only come to those who earn them, and you value most, that which you have worked hardest to achieve.

Going about in life with the desire to "make our country proud" is irrelevant. Someone said that patriotism is but a tool used by the ruler to control the masses. We should no longer look at the world with the lens of a country anymore.

We seem to take credit that someone who is not even a citizen anymore nor a Malaysian anymore achieves something great simply because he/she was born in Malaysia?

As for racial lines, as long as our national leadership maintains that dividing line lopsided deals and opportunities that differentiates between races instead of poverty and wealth, says who belongs to what race and what religion and unequal treatment, these lines will continue to pop up at every opportunity.

She should have stayed back in UK and worked there! Monkeys here won't recognize her talent.

fargoman said...

For those who are already in oversea and live comfortably. There is no reason for you to come back to Malaysia. Life in Malaysia is getting tougher each day.

Frankly, as a Chinese, I don't see there is any future for our next generation.

Another dangerous mentor that people always use is JFK "Don't ask what the country can do for you, ask what you can do for the country."

Is sound nice, but isn't how German Nazi and Japan militarism started the world war using the same mentor? Under the great "ask what you can do for the country."

Patriotism? Yes, I understand how you feel. Your love for the country was spoilt by the political party. Since non-malays will always be a second-class citizen, so you are probably the same in any other countries, if not better.

You get cannibalised by your own countrymen, intellectually and professionally.

As someone else advised, be a global citizen.

Patriotism does not need you to be in Malaysia to work your due. Let no one pointed at you and say you are a traitor if your true intention is to generate good deeds for Malaysia wherever you are.

Save your time about coming back to Malaysia. Nothing will change in Malaysia. At least not even in this lifetime. Racism will still be here to stay, and also everything else.

I think there is such an entrenched discrimination against the Chinese and Indians in Malaysia, that it will take probably a whole generation to undo the damage.

This is happening in whole spectrum of the Malaysian government, civil service, state governments and universities. Just look at percentage of malays in all these government bodies - 98%..........

A whole generation of malays has been brought up to think that it is their inherited right to own Malaysia. The other races are damned.

I think the malays especially those in power, are scared right now that if they will to compete openly with other races, they will surely be the loser. You will see very strong resistance to hire other races even the most qualified.

The malays are never brought up to compete on even ground. This is fault of previous PM and now the present PM has to tread a balance ground to ensure the malays are not cast away as well as to make Malaysia competitive worldwide.

In US I never met a malay immigrant, although there are thousands of Malaysian Chinese and Indian immigrants. Why? Malays in Malaysia have an easier life where they are literately prince of the land.

We have infrastructure good enough to be considered first world or better. Look at the Cyberjaya, Petronas Twin Towers, Putrajaya?

Gleaming high-rise buildings but also in every city, dirty toilets abound, litter clogging up the drains, public telephones damaged, plus unreliable rubbish collection and disposal. We just treat public facilities badly, not caring about others.

Being an urban dweller myself, I am constantly disheartened by the poor public infrastructure and upkeep in our capital city.

Faulty pedestrian traffic signals, illogical positioning of bus stops, poor public cleanliness, poor quality sidewalks (which are paved using slippery tiles), un-integrated and poorly managed public transportation system, the list goes on.

Your children can't even walk safely along the Kuala Lumpur streets, as they might be bags snatched, kidnapped, murdered, raped, or robbed, as they do not know the jungle laws of Malaysia. The police won't help much as they now have a big pile of corruption cases running after them.

You owe nothing to Malaysia, you pay your due, so live on.

So, my last advice. Don't come back unless you are really suffering in oversea.

I am sorry this sounds very racist but I think we have to be honest in discussion.

ruyom said...

Malaysia has a bunch of donkeys (not monkeys) who try very hard to run the nation. There are hidden agendas as to why they need to have a sporting complex in a foreign country to develop sports.

Australia which boasts of sporting powers, does not have any training facility anywhere in the world. It is the dedication of its athletes and avid sponsors that provide avenues for high achievements. Not the cold weather.

I find that most Malaysian sportsmen do not continue to excel once they have achieved their goals. They only live on past glories.

Malaysia should promote sports that are suitable for its environment. The constant hot weather is ideal for water-sports. Yet how many proper swimming pools are there in its major cities and towns? Batu Pahat, Muar, Johor Bahru etc, all have populations in excess of 300000 and still do not have a single swimming pool of significant size for training.

That is where the money should go and not to some foreign land. They should try to train divers, swimmers, waterpolo players, etc. They can train 365 days a year and the pools need not be heated too.

Sports are non-productive commodities and do not give any economic impact to any nation. It is like mahjong, purely recreational. What is the point of having quality sport personnel when they have backward educational systems that are only recognised by Indonesia. Abdullah and Najib, think about it!

The government must be crazy in wanting to establish a RM490 million sports academy in Britain. Crazy because such an academy will not benefit anybody except the officials at the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

It would be better if such money is to be used to help the needy and the poor in our country. Take the Iban community in Sarawak for example. The Ibans, who form about one-third of Sarawak population of 2.2 million, have been reported to be the poorest in the country.

Even the United Nations in its reports, has acknowledged that the Ibans are among the poorest in the world.

Like previous plans, the 9th Malaysia Plan has no concrete proposals to help the Iban community. I suggest therefore that the RM490 million be diverted to Sarawak to help the Ibans rather than establishing a sports academy in a foreign land.

The not-so-new prime minister says no more mega-project. We had to cancel the crooked bridge because the government did not do its homework. It did not get the agreement of the Singapore government. We have, what appears, to be a RM1.1 billion bill to pay and yet not get a bridge, crooked or scenic, or otherwise.

Now it looks like the government is embarking on another foolish mission, this time to build a crooked sports academy in the UK. The deputy prime minister appears to have given the go-ahead without any agreement from the UK government. Already a figure of almost half a billion ringgit has been quoted as the cost for the said academy.

We have not been told of any real good benefit such an academy would bring forth. Apart from the rather silly reasons of allowing our athletes to acclimatise for 'cold sports' and to be near or to in a place of doubtful sporting excellence, are there any real good reasons?

If there aren't any, then we should not be having such a sports academy. What is worrying is whether, like the crooked bridge, the government has committed us to building the said academy already.

Will we taxpayers end up (like before) facing a situation where we have to cough up more than half a billion ringgit and be left without the said academy?

Is it likely that the UK government would allow it to be turned into a Malaysian sports academy? The answer is pretty bloody obvious.

awan said...

hmmm .... enough said. do what you need to do. do what you think is the best for you.

if you think you are good enough, strong enough or brave enough, take off please. I'm pretty sure you can live anywhere in this world. nobody ever said 'we' should stick to one country, right?

right.

zino said...

kepada yg cintakan tanah air dia teruslah makmurkan malaysia..

kepada yg merasakan dirinya tak berapa sesuai di sini.. cari lah tempat yg anda rasa selesa utk meneruskan hidup..

esis said...

hahaha...

penyakit berjangkit dalam blog. kena setting semula ni.