Alvin Tan Opinions About UMNO

His written post:

"I'm aware that it's childish, bitter, and even stale to keep attacking UMNO. Trust me, I'll move on and focus on life in America soon enough. It's just that those days when they arrested me, the way when two dozen gun-carrying policemen came to my house and behaved like gangsters, the way they treated me in jail, how hundreds of people hurled death threats at me, and how they caused me to put my life on hold and suffer immeasurable stress under the cloud of 3 to 4 years of impending jail sentence hovering over my head for almost a year are still very fresh in my mind.

What's worse, they're doing the same thing so rampantly now to so many people who deserve it much less than me. Here's what usually happens:

1) Someone says something against the government, Islam, Malays, etc. (however you put it, these are all political opinions) on the internet or in a public space.

2) Government supporters then start tagging their beloved leaders on Facebook/Twitter to alert them of "sedition" going on or making police reports.

3) The person gets arrested, prosecuted, and, not unexpectedly, convicted and jailed under the Sedition Act.

People can't say anything anymore these days, because these BN cyber troopers are so hard at work. I know how it feels when you say something reasonable on social media and then have some pro-government supporters tagging Zahid Hamidi or the IGP -- it freaks the shit out of you. Everyone is living in fear and just keeps quiet these days to avoid trouble. This is classic police state climate, not unlike V for Vendetta.

Malaysians really don't deserve this. We pay our taxes, contribute to the community, spend money locally to make the economy work, waste our money and children's time by making them learn Malay, a language devoid of economic or cultural value, and we're forced to resign to living in fear. What the fuck? This is grossly unfair.

So why am I so brash in attacking UMNO?

1) First, I can be civil and write well-reasoned pieces, but those never ever go viral. There is a Chinese saying (曲高和寡), which means that a complex message will only reach very few people, because most people aren't smart. If I need something to spread, it needs to be dumbed down all the way, just like this: "Fuck UMNO" -- short, sweet, and to the point.

2) I want to expose the toothlessness and helplessness of UMNO in an international, cross-border situation. Those tyrants are so used to abusing the law, police, and media to bully and oppress the people within the Malaysian borders that they've grown complacent, emboldened by the lack of serious opposition locally to their repressive tactics. They know that they'll just look like utter fools if they try to extradite political exiles from first-world countries like the US and UK; these first-world countries will never do it. Imagine the international media outrage should they comply with a known totalitarian government like UMNO. My existence -- as grotesque and unpalatable and like sand in the vagina as it is -- serves to remind them that they're not omnipotent. It brings them down to the ground and causes them to reflect.

3) I want to alert Malaysians to the importance of not wasting your life in Malaysia. Some of you whom I know are so smart, talented, hardworking, and with a positive outlook in life that it's a grave injustice for you guys to spend your years in a festering cesspool of shit like Malaysia, especially your valuable youthful years. MANY OTHER BETTER COUNTRIES WANT YOU. You just need to figure out the immigration hoops to jump through. I did.

Don't waste your life fighting the system, because, don't forget, every passing second is a countdown towards your death. Put all your resources towards figuring out how to stay permanently in the US, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, etc. There's a big, big world out there. You guys deserve to live large for your 20s in real cosmopolitan cities like New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Toronto, London, Melbourne, etc. You're well-educated, worldly, and yearning for a better life; don't settle for less.

And please stop listening to Pakatan Rakyat leaders asking you to stay back and fight for "change" -- you know better than to be political pawns. Life is about having fun, going after what/who you love, maybe nurturing a family, not participating politically without reaping the political perks. Unless you're going to rise up the ranks like Lim Guan Eng, Azmin Ali, Nurul Izzah, and Anwar Ibrahim, don't waste your time being someone else's political tool, especially just because you hate UMNO/BN.

Hating BN is one thing. The opposite of supporting BN is not supporting Pakatan Rakyat. The opposite of supporting BN is moving out permanently and stop wasting precious time. By all means, be a good citizen and cast your vote, but do it from abroad. You don't have to live in Malaysia to support Pakatan Rakyat.

4) Lastly, I did it just to checkmate UMNO. The reason I keep riding their backs is to corner them. If they over-react and pile on more charges, they're simply strengthening my case for asylum. If they don't react (which they shouldn't, because it'll just expose their impotence), they lose face and look like idiots. After jailing powerful opposition members, activists, lawyers, journalists, and academicians, they don't even have the means to punish one mere Bah Kut Teh-cum-sex addict.

In any case, trying to extradite me will really embarrass them. I bet they don't have the cheek to do that; governments like the US and UK will never risk an international media scandal extraditing political exiles back to countries where they might face torture, harm, or prolonged incarceration. The only means to get me is to hire a killer or deal under the table. That... well, I'm willing to take the risk.  "

Alvin Tan & Vivian Lee Naked Pictures & videos Leaked

Alvin Tan (sex blogger) Insults Malaysian Acts, Umno Party & Politicians

Recent post from Alvin Tan, sex blogger from Malaysia. Insulting Malaysian Acts, Umno Party and politicians.

"Recently, so many people have been harassed, arrested, interrogated, prosecuted, convicted, and even jailed under the Sedition Act in Malaysia -- and I'm talking by the dozens. I can understand prosecuting political opponents for saying things; that's just business as usual, typical of the desperate UMNO pigs with the enthusiasm and fervor to do just about anything to stay in power except governing the country properly.

But when they arrest activists, lawyers, journalists, religious leaders, and even professors and ordinary people expressing opinions on social media, they're declaring an all-out war on everyone and everything that the Malaysian people stand for. This is CLASSIC totalitarianism: silencing dissent to maintain power through fear, intimidation, and violation of human rights.

When I read these reports, I was completely FURIOUS, my blood reaching boiling point, and then more. You fucking cowardly tyrants, always using the machinery of the state to ruin people's lives just because your egos are challenged and feelings are hurt. OH BOO-HOO, SOMEONE CALLED US "UMNO CELAKA" OR "NAZI." Go cry to mummy. I tell you what, you UMNO swine, I'll say whatever I damn well please, so here is me saying on the record:

- Najib Razak, you're ball-less chicken shit, for allowing all these to happen just so that you can cling on to the top post.

- Zahid Hamidi, you're the closest thing to true evil, and your day will come. I promise. There will be no mercy (tip: google "Qaddafi").

- Yes, Khalid Abu Bakar, you're like the Nazi SS Head Heinrich Himmler, no less, and let me tell you why: because you abused your power just because someone called you names you didn't like. You're a bully, a coward, and a heartless mother fucker.

- Abdul Gani Patail, I hope you feel proud for being the biggest conspirator in all these bullshit prosecutions. You, along with the IGP and Home Minister, are in for some major D-Day, and I'm not talking about merely being voted out of power or being imprisoned.



So why did I break my silence? People say that I'm an idiot for speaking up before my asylum claim is approved, just like how they called me an idiot for starting my sex blog before graduating from law school. Sure, if I wanted to just cover my ass and save my own skin and keep my mother happy, that's exactly what I should have done and just focus on my present life in America. After all, the last thing I want to be is one of those exiled dissidents who is forever attacking his home country from abroad, bitter and jaded and never really settling down and starting a new life overseas (hello, Gopalan Nair).

But if people like me don't speak up and expose these jerks for the cold, inhumane excrement that they are, who else is going to do it? Everyone in Malaysia lives in fear these days. Journalists, lawyers, activists, people in coffee houses, and even brazen fucks like Namewee have to be very, very careful about what they say these days, in case they get targeted.

If I keep quiet now just to cover my own backside, in this crucial moment when most of my fellow Malaysians are disenfranchised, dispirited, and effectively dismembered, IT IS DEEPLY UNETHICAL.

Now, you can say be cynical and question my motives, like, "Yeah right, for real, you want to speak up for the rights of Malaysians." I tell you what. Despite still having remnants of anger at the Malaysian public for supporting my imprisonment under the Sedition Act for the Ramadhan pork episode, the Malaysian public is starting to see the light on what I, along with the Malay Mail's reporter, Boo Su-Lyn, have been consistently advocating since forever -- that speech, ESPECIALLY when it's offensive, should not be regulated, because any hate speech law will ALWAYS be used for unjust censorship and to perpetuate tyranny -- 100% of the time.

You can have laws that prevent offensive words from being uttered, but, at the end of the day, it is UMNO who decides what is offensive. At least we have now progressed from saying "oh, the Sedition Act is unfair because it's applied selectively" to "the Sedition Act is unjust no matter how you apply it, it should be abolished." And I'm proud that we've come to that stage, because it shows political maturity as a populace in understanding that governments (and the laws they produce) are by default not to be trusted.

As many prosecutions as they want to engineer, they will never win, ultimately, because we won't stop, and they'll be shocked to discover that Malaysians are more courageous and resilient than those evil fucks could ever imagine. Keep the fight alive."

Now, Alvin Tan is in America. 

Alvin Tan posted a picture on FB just a couple of hours ago. He photoshopped Malaysian Prime Minister and his wife, and some ministers became a PIG yet even tagged them! Lol. This is over!! 

What's Wrong With TM Streamyx Recently?

I dunno what's the matter with TM Streamyx Broadband recently, these 2-3 months, my Streamyx line is so unstable! Although it shown that the Wifi is connected, but it was no internet access! Every time if this is happened, i would turn off my Wifi modem and restart it again. Yes, it works. But only for few hours (if you're luckily) or maybe few minutes!! It really pissed me off i swear.

You maybe ask, "Why don't you complain and report to TM?" Well, I used to. Even my friend used to complain it and the TM fellas had gone to her house to do the modem setting, (i heard my friend said, they just changed the password), but what they've done equal to 0! It still happened again and again to my friend.

Like just now, i have made a call to TM. Hopefully that they can solve this problem. I asked the customer service fella to check my streamyx line, but i had waited for 20 minutes, in the end the answer she given was" Sorry sir, we can't detect the problem u complaint. " I was felt like what the...$#$@#$@#%.

I dunno whether it happened to you anot, but if this problem is still occurred, i will definitely cut the streamyx line and change to other service provider. I give them till end of this month.

Malaysia Nude Sports Games 2014 ( Nude Video Included)

I actually nothing much to comment about this incident, just want to say that... as a Malaysian, they should understand Malaysian laws and shouldn't against the laws. Just becos of short happiness, then now they're gonna put in jail, what for? Sigh, speechless.  If they really wanted to hold this nude sports games, my suggestion is--- They should hold this event either in Thailand or Philippines, then no one will report them and put them in jail.


Tragedies Happened in Year 2014

There were so many incidents happened in this year. Started from MH370 (M'sia), then sinking of the MV Sewol (Korea) . Few months later, MH17 shot down incident happened, right after a day the MH17 incident, a small jet crashed in Taiwan, then Algeria flight crashed. Days ago,  gas explosion happened in Taiwan, etc. So many tragedies happened!!!

Besides that, wars happening now, so many lives were killed especially Palestinians. Then Ebola outbreak!!Izit these are the signs of the world is gonna end soon??!

Let's see more details about the tragedies that had happened & happening now. (From latest to oldest)

1. Ebola Virus
Formerly known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever, Ebola virus disease is a severe, infectious illness with a death rate of up to 90%. It is most common in remote parts of Central and West Africa, near tropical rainforests.

Ebola first appeared in 1976, with two outbreaks: one near the Ebola River in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the other in a remote part of Sudan. 280 died.

2. Taiwan Gas Explosion

A downtown district of the southern Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung was ripped apart just before midnight Thursday (31/7/2014) by a series of explosions that killed at least 26 people and injured hundreds more.

3. MH 17

Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was a scheduled international passenger flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that was shot down on 17 July 2014, killing all 283 passengers and 15 crew on board. The Boeing 777-200ER airliner lost contact near Hrabove in Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine, about 50 km (31 mi) from the Ukraine–Russia border and crashed near Torez, 40 km (25 mi) from the border. The crash occurred in the conflict zone of the ongoing War in Donbass, in an area controlled by the Donbass People's Militia.

4. Flight AH 5017 (Force of Air Algérie)

Air Algérie Flight 5017 (AH5017/DAH5017) was a scheduled international passenger flight from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, to Algiers, Algeria, which crashed in Mali, near Gossi, on 24 July 2014. The McDonnell Douglas MD-83 with 110 passengers and 6 crew on board, operated by Swiftair for Air Algérie, disappeared from radar about fifty minutes after take-off. There were no survivors.

5. JET GE 222 Crashed in Taiwan

TransAsia Airways flight GE222 smashed into two houses near Magong airport, on the outlying Penghu island chain, after requesting a second attempt to land there. There were 58 people on board including four crew member &, four children. 48 people were dead.

6. Israel-Gaza Conflict 2014

An escalation of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict began in 2014 following a series of events.These events included the continued blockade of the Gaza Strip by the Egyptian and Israeli governments, continued rocket attacks from Gaza, the collapse of American-sponsored peace talks, attempts by rival Palestinian factions to form a coalition government, the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teenagers, the subsequent kidnapping and murder of a Palestinian teenager, the arrest by Israel of nearly all of Hamas' West Bank leaders, and increased rocket attacks on Israel when an agreement to gradually lift the blockade of Gaza was not fulfilled, since Hamas did not keep the previous ceasefire. On the night of 6 July, an Israeli air raid on Gaza killed seven Hamas militants, while Hamas increased rocket attacks on Israel and declared that "all Israelis" had become "legitimate targets". On 8 July 2014, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) launched Operation Protective Edge in the Gaza Strip.

On 13 July, the Israeli military reported that more than 1,300 Israeli airstrikes had taken place on Gaza, while more than 800 rockets had been fired from Gaza into Israel. The next day, 14 July, Egypt announced a cease-fire initiative. The Israeli government accepted the proposal, and temporarily stopped hostilities in the morning of 15 July. However, all Palestinian factions, including Palestinian President Abbas, announced they had not been consulted on the Egyptian initiative and were only informed of the proposal via the media. Hamas rejected it in "its current form", as did other Palestinian factions. On 16 July, Hamas and Islamic Jihad offered Israel a 10-year truce, with ten conditions, mostly centered on ending the blockade. 

The conflict is the deadliest military operation to have taken place in Gaza since the Second Intifada, though both the exact number of deaths and the percentage of the dead who were militants as opposed to civilians have been in dispute. According to the Gaza Health Ministry, 1,880 Palestinians were killed and 10,000 were injured, and the dead included 398 children, 207 women, and 74 elderly people. Preliminary reports to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) from Protection Cluster estimated that 1,176 (68%) of 1,717 deaths whose identities they have so far verified, were civilians, of whom 573 (33% of all all deaths) were women or children. Israel, however, has maintained that at least 47% of Gazan fatalities have been combatants. 64 IDF soldiers have been killed, as well as two Israeli civilians and a Thai worker. The Israel Defense Forces have stated that Hamas has been using civilians as "human shields", and on 17 July UNRWA strongly condemned the group or groups responsible for placing the weapons in one of its schools and on 22 July the European Union condemned all "calls on the civilian population of Gaza to provide themselves as human shields." Hamas has denied that it uses human shields. 44% of the territory of the Gaza Strip has been declared a no-go zone by the Israeli military.

As of 3 August 2014 an OCHA report stated that in the Gaza Strip, 485,000 Palestinians (approximately 25% of Gaza's population) may have been displaced, of whom 269,793 were taking shelter in 90 schools. UNRWA has exhausted its capacity to absorb displaced persons, and overcrowding in shelters risks the outbreak of epidemics.[citation needed] Gaza's entire population of 1.8 million people are affected by a halt and/or reduction in the water supplies. 26 health facilities have been damaged, 945 homes (10,690 families) have been totally destroyed or severely damaged and the homes of 5,435 families have been damaged but are still inhabitable. Throughout the Gaza Strip, people receive only three hours of electricity per day.The destruction of Gaza’s only power plant had an immediate effect on the public health situation and reduced water and sanitation services, with hospitals becoming dependent on generators. More than 485,000 internally displaced persons are in need of emergency food assistance.

7. South Korea Ferry Disaster (16-4-2014)

There had been 459 people on the Sewol, including 325 students, 15 teachers, 89 other passengers and a crew of 30.
Only 164 of those on board were confirmed rescued, and four dead - leaving 291 unaccounted for.

8. MH 370

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370/MAS370) was a scheduled international passenger flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing that disappeared on 8 March 2014 at 01:20 MYT (17:20 UTC, 7 March) after losing contact with air traffic control less than an hour after takeoff. At 07:24, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) reported the flight missing. The aircraft, a Boeing 777-200ER, was carrying 12 Malaysian crew members and 227 passengers from 15 nations.

A multinational search effort, which became the largest and most expensive in history, began in the Gulf of Thailand and the South China Sea, where the flight's signal was lost on secondary radar, and was soon extended to the Strait of Malacca and Andaman Sea. On 15 March, based on military radar data and transmissions between the aircraft and an Inmarsat satellite, investigators concluded that the aircraft had diverted from its intended course and headed west across the Malay Peninsula, then continued on a northern or southern track for around seven hours.

The focus of the search shifted to the southern part of the Indian Ocean, west of Australia.1 In the first two weeks of April, aircraft and ships deployed equipment to listen for signals from the underwater locator beacons attached to the aircraft's "black boxes". Four unconfirmed signals were detected between 6 and 8 April near the time the beacons' batteries were likely to have been exhausted. A robotic submarine searched the seabed near the detected pings until 28 May, with no debris being found. An analysis of possible flight paths was conducted, identifying a 60,000 km2 (23,000 sq mi) search area, approximately 2,000 km (1,200 mi) west of Perth, Australia.The underwater search of this area is expected to begin in August 2014 and last up to 12 months at a cost of A$60 million (approximately US$56 million or €41 million).

There has been no confirmation of any flight debris, and no crash site has been found, resulting in many unofficial theories about its disappearance. The only evidence of the plane's flight path after it disappeared from military radar over the Andaman Sea are communications between the aircraft and a satellite over the Indian Ocean. Analysis of these communications by multiple agencies has concluded that the flight ended in the southern Indian Ocean. On 24 March, the Malaysian government, noting that the final location determined by the satellite communication was far from any possible landing sites, concluded that "flight MH370 ended in the southern Indian Ocean."