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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

JAN 31 THE FINAL CONFIRMATION OF NAJIB & ROSMAH’S DOWNFALL: ONCE IN 150 YEARS TRIPLE LUNAR ECLIPSE WILL BRING ‘VERY, VERY BAD LUCK’ TO RULING DUO

I say Rosie, please tell the Batu Caves Temple to close on Jan 31st. Its very, very bad luck for you ! Very bad chi chi.
 ‘chi chi’  is plural of chi energy (my son’s terminology when he was much younger)
On January 31st 2018, there will be an eclipse of the moon (?? because the earth will come between the moon and the sun). This will also be a super blue moon and a blood moon – so three in one. This event only happens like once every 150 years or something.  There is some wonderful yet simple science about this, do read on.
Hindu temples all over the world close during any eclipse. January 31st will be  no exception. Well except for just one temple – the MIC controlled Batu Caves Temple in Kuala Lumpur.
Hindu cosmologists say that during the eclipse ‘bad radiation’ is emitted (from the moon??) which is harmful to humans. This is their belief.  
This year, January 31st coincides with Thaipusam and the Batu Caves Temple has announced that they will be the only Hindu Temple in the world that will remain open. 
Wow !! 
All other temples will be closed, including the famous Waterfall Road Temple in Penang.  Here is some news :


KL : All Hindu temples must be closed for duration of lunar eclipse on Thaipusam Day, Jan 31, Malaysia Hindu Sangam reiterated today.
MHS, 20 other Hindu NGOs concurred all temples must be closed during that period.
  • according to our religion eclipse has negative energy, negative impact. 
  • we are prohibited from conducting any form of prayer, ritual during that time 
  • practised for hundreds of years
Balathandayuthapani Temple in Penang, Sri Subramaniya Swami Devasthanam (Temple) in Sungai Petani, Kedah, two important locations for Thaipusam, temples in Singapore, India also close during lunar eclipse.
However ceremonies at Batu Caves on Thaipusam would proceed during eclipse 
raised controversy among Hindu community.
Why is the Batu Caves Temple ‘committee’ insisting that they remain open? 
This is what the really slow and dunggu local media never ask and write about. 
I think it is because of money.   Thaipusam is big business for the shops and stalls that will be selling religious items, T shirts, food, drinks etc. It is most likely that the Batu Caves temple committee has already made its money from selling slots for traders to open their stalls and shops.  And the ‘slots’ would also have been ‘transacted’ to secondary buyers (traders). Much money must have changed hands.  
So they cannot shut down the temple (and Thaipusam) for the eclipse. People have paid money (or received money – as the case may be) for trading slots. 
Now here is some science about that blood moon, super blue moon and eclipse that will take place on Jan 31st.  
The event on Jan 31st combines three phenomena at the same time – a once in 150 year occurence.
A blood moon, a super blue moon and a total lunar eclipse.
There will be a massive moon –  a supermoon in the sky. The moon will be 14% larger and 30% brighter than usual.
A supermoon occurs when the moon is at its closest approach to the earth or the PERIGREE (because the moon’s orbit around the earth is an ellipse – oval shaped). 
 The second part of the rare event is the Blue Moon. Its called the Blue Moon because it is the second full moon of this month, nothing to do with the actual color of the moon.
Then the  blue moon will coincide with a total lunar eclipse. This total lunar eclispe is also called the Blood Moon. It occurs when the Earth sits between the Sun and the moon.
Why is it called the Blood Moon? The sun’s light passes through the Earth’s atmosphere where most of the blue light is filtered away. Only the red light from the Sun’s spectrum passes through the atmosphere and falls on the moon, giving the moon a “blood red” appearance.
“Blood red moon” –  alamak Rosie, this is very bad luck lah !!
These three events will coincide on January 31 in one amazing celestial sight. 
The last time this event happened was 150 years ago in 1868.  
We are facing our 14th General Elections this year – the year of the Blood Red Moon, the Super Moon and a lunar eclipse – all three in one.   
The BN is going to get kicked out.  
There will be absolutely NO troubles. 
Dont worry folks.  
We will just kick out the crooks. 
Have faith in ourselves ok. 
The good and the righteous always come out winners.
Long ago in Penang my friends and I used to go watch  the Thaipusam fun at Waterfall Road. It was really loud, full of colour, music and sounds.  All Malaysians should really go and watch the fun. It should make you a more “wordly” person.
The Super Moon is good for fishing, plus super high tides. 
So coastal folks beware.
The Blood Red moon will be an awesome sight.
The lunar eclipse will also be awesome.
These are natural phenomena. 
Take pictures folks. 
– http://syedsoutsidethebox.blogspot.ae

BEKAS AHLI YANG SERANG BERSATU TIDAK MEMBERI KELEBIHAN KEPADA UMNO

Antara kelompok yang turut aktif menyerang Tun Mahathir Mohamad dan Bersatu sejak kebelakangan ini ialah beberapa bekas pemimpinnya yang sudah keluar meninggalkan parti itu.
Ada saja isu, maka adalah juga mereka ini mengeluarkan kenyataan yang bertujuan mengeruhkan lagi keadaan. Selalunya Bersatu, Tun Mahathir dan Pakatan Harapanlah yang menjadi sasaran mereka.
Kadangkala pula mereka cuba melaga-lagakan Tun Mahathir dengan beberapa pemimpin lain dalam Pakatan Harapan. Ada juga yang cuba menunjuk suci dengan merayu pengundi memikirkan survival Melayu dalam pilihanraya akan datang ini.
Kahkahkah…sah orang seperti ini sudah tersampuk sakit kuat atau kalau tidak, tentu dah terminum air kencing sendiri!!
Bagaimanakah perompak, pencuri dan penyamun dapat memikirkan survival sesuatu bangsa?
Mereka ini digelar sebagai sampah oleh Tun Mahathir berikutan sebelumnya merekalah juga yang kuat menghentam dan membelasah Najib Razak, UMNO serta BN.
Meskipun mereka menafikan dibeli atau diberikan ganjaran untuk keluar Bersatu dan kemudian melakukan serangan, tetapi daripada pelbagai kenyataan dan butir-butir suara yang keluar daripada mulut mereka, ia dengan jelas menunjukkan mereka mahu Najib, UMNO dan BN terus kekal berkuasa.
Mereka menghentam Bersatu dan Pakatan Harapan tidak lain ialah agar parti pecahan UMNO dan gabungan pembangkang itu terus diragui rakyat, tidak dapat mengalahkan BN dan Tun Mahathir tidak berjaya menjadi Perdana Menteri semula.
Oleh kerana Najib seorang Perdana Menteri yang amat berkuasa, bertaraf bilionaire dan terkenal dengan amalan “cash is king”, memang “ahli syurga” tarafnya jika mereka melakukan kerja-kerja itu dengan percuma saja.
Sebab itu Tun Mahathir siang-siang lagi menggelar mereka sebagai sampah. Sampah sifatnya berbau busuk dan letaknya pula dalam tong-tong sampah yang bertutup. Apabila terbuka tutupnya, maka terkeluarlah baunya yang busuk itu.
Tujuannya tidak lain ialah agar cakap mereka bukan saja tidak perlu didengar, bahkan diambil peduli pun jangan sekali.
Memang sehingga ini, walaupun kerapkali mereka bersuara, hakikatnya tiada siapa memperdulikannya. Lagi pula mereka bukanlah siapa-siapa sebelum ini.
Mereka jadi sedikit terkenal kerana salalu menumpang nama Tun Mahathir dan dilihat kerap bersama bekas Perdana Menteri itu. Ketika bersama UMNO dahulu atau jika masih kekal bersama UMNO, tiada siapa pun kenal dan peduli dengan mereka.
Mungkin mereka ini akan terus bersuara, malah tidak mustahil lebih kerap dan lebih kuat bunyinya berikutan tarikh pilihanraya semakin dekat. Itulah kerja mereka dan jika ada upah, untuk itulah tujuannya.
Tapi, tiada ada perlu dirisaukan dengan mereka ini. Peranan mereka tidak akan ke mana dan tidak akan menyumbang apa-apa.
Ia sama seperti sekian ramai bekas pemimpin PKR yang keluar parti dan tidak henti-henti menyerang parti itu. Akhirnya PKR terus maju dan mara, sebaliknya yang keluar parti itu semakin menghilang daripada ingatan sesiapa.
Mereka yang keluar Bersatu dan menyerang kembali parti itu juga begitu nasibnya. Rakyat biasa tidak mahu mendengar dan tidak memperdulikan cakap mereka, sementara ahli UMNO sendiri ramai yang jadi meluat dengan mereka.
Kebencian rakyat kepada Najib yang kleptokrat tidak akan bertukar menjadi sayang semata-mata kerana kerja-kerja yang dilakukan oleh sampah-sarap ini, malah akan menjadikan nama Najib turut busuk di kalangan ahli UMNO sendiri kerana beliau seolah-olah lebih mempercayai mereka berbanding ahli UMNO yang kekal setia sepanjang masa.
Tunggu saja Pakatan Harapan berkuasa nanti, sampah-sarap ini lebih tidak berguna lagi.
– http://shahbudindotcom.blogspot.ae

BENARKAH MUFTI TAK PUAS HATI PADA PERLIS HOPE?

Mufti Perlis Datuk Dr Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin beliau akan memberi penjelasan lebih mendalam berhubung pertubuhan Perlis Hope selepas namanya dikaitkan dalam inkuiri awam Suruhanjaya Hak Asasi Manusia Malaysia (Suhakam) hari ini.
Kata Mohd Asri, pertubuhan itu mungkin berpendapat beliau memang “tidak berpuas hati” dengan mereka sejak awal lagi.
Menurutnya aktiviti pertubuhan bukan kerajaan (NGO) itu mungkin menyebabkan Majlis Agama Islam Perlis tidak melaksanakan tugas yang sepatutnya.
“Benarkah begitu?” katanya dalam kemas kini di Facebook hari ini.
Mohd Asri membuat kenyataan itu ekoran keterangan saksi berhubung kehilangan lelaki dikenali sebagai Amri Che Mat pada 2015.
Memetik keterangan isteri Amri, Norhayati Ariffin, Malaysiakini melaporkan Mohd Asri menyertai serbuan kira-kira 20 anggota polis ke rumah serta pejabat Perlis Hope lebih dua tahun lalu.
Katanya, ketika itu suaminya tiada di rumah.
Cerca isteri nabi
Menurut Norhayati dia menyedari serbuan itu apabila mendengar ada orang yang menjerit kepada anak perempuannya yang berusia 10 tahun yang bermain di luar.
“Polis mula menjerit: Mana ayah kamu? Mana ayah kamu?. Tindakan mereka agak kasar.
“Saya keluar dan polis memperkenalkan saya kepada Dr Maza (Mohd Asri). Beliau meminta kebenaran untuk masuk, tapi saya tak beri kerana suami tiada di rumah,” katanya.
Kehilangan Amri itu disebut-sebut ada kaitan dengan pembabitannya dalam ajaran Syiah.
Menurut Mohd Asri untuk memahami sikapnya terhadap fahaman Syiah, orang ramai boleh membacanya melalui status yang dimuat naik pada 2016.
Mengongsikan semula status itu, Mohd Asri berkata Syiah mula menyerap masuk ke Perlis melalui pertubuhan tertentu dan ia berkembang dari Pendang, Kedah.
“Rakyat yang sederhana menolak konsep negara mullah, pertumpahan darah dan sikap tidak demokratik yang mengkhususkan kepimpinan hanya untuk kelompok keluarga Nabi SAW dan agamawan semata-mata pasti tidak dapat menerima idea-idea seperti ini.
“Apatah lagi, apabila membabitkan isu mengkafir dan mencerca para isteri Nabi Muhammad dan sahabat baginda.
“Diharapkan rakyat Perlis berhati-hati dengan perkembangan Syiah pada mutakhir ini,” katanya.
– M’kini

SHAFIE DISIASAT BERHUBUNG KENYATAAN RELA

PEMIMPIN Parti Warisan Sabah Shafie Apdal disoal siasat oleh polis Sabah hari ini berhubung kenyataan yang memperkecilkan peranan Jabatan Sukarelawan Malaysia (Rela) sebelum ini pada satu program Bicara Presiden.
Video berdurasi 24 saat memaparkan Shafie berucap di Tuaran dan mengatakan anggota Rela tidak tahu bagaimana menguruskan senjata api dan bom menyebabkan kemarahan dalam kalangan anggota Rela di seluruh negara minggu lalu.
Beberapa laporan polis turut dibuat berhubung video berkenaan, dengan anggota Rela menuntut Shafie membuat permohonan maaf secara terbuka.
Ketika ditemui di kediamannya, Shafie tetap berpendirian tiada apa yang salah dalam ucapannya dan berkata beliau percaya video berkenaan diubah untuk menjadikan dirinya kelihatan seolah-olah mempersoalkan “kemampuan” anggota Rela menguruskan senjata api.
“Komen saya terhadap Rela adalah saya bimbang dengan keselamatan dan kebajikan mereka. Ada saudara mara saya yang juga ahli Rela dan mereka menghubugi saya dan memberitahu mereka ditugaskan diSemporna dan Lahad Datu, yang mana perintah berkurung dijalankan dari senja hingga ke subuh di Pantai Timur Sabah.
“Mereka hanya diberikan uniform setiap seorang, dan diberikan baton kayu sebagai senjata. Kini bagaimana mereka nak berdepan dengan kumpulan bersenjata seperti Abu Sayyaf dan jenayah meerentas sempadan,” katanya kepada pemberita di kediamannya di Taman Golfview di Penampang.
– https://www.themalaysianinsight.com

PKR’S OWN EMPEROR WITH NO CLOTHES UNVEILED: FROM ONE BLUNDER TO ANOTHER, AZMIN’S ‘HAPHAZARD’ RULE GIVES UMNO THE SILVER BULLET TO ATTACK SELANGOR

THE Selangor government’s decision to freeze financial allocations for PAS lawmakers proves that the state has turned into a haphazard government fuelled by their greed for power, says Selangor Umno liaison committee chairman Noh Omar.
“If I’m not mistaken, PAS was the one who strongly supported (Mohamed) Azmin’s (Ali) appointment as the menteri besar. This (latest development) shows that the PKR-led Selangor government today is a haphazard government. Even its partners are complaining.”
He said this to reporters after signing the agreement for the development of MyTransit at the Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Ministry’s monthly assembly in Putrajaya today.
Noh said this in response to the issue raised by PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang on the freeze of this year’s financial allocations for PAS lawmakers in Selangor.
Elaborating, Noh, who is urban wellbeing, housing and local government minister, said the freeze also showed that PKR would go to the extent of sidelining their own allies to ensure that they would remain in power in the state.
“For power, they will turn their foes into friends and friends into foes. If they continue getting support, the people will suffer. This is because what matters to them is position and power. When they are in power, the will forget their promises to the people,” he said.
– Bernama

THE STENCH OF DEFEAT SURROUNDS NAJIB: BN MEDIA NOW ROOT FOR ‘ELECTION PHOBIA’ – DON’T WASTE TIME VOTING FOR THE 2 ROTTEN APPLES, MAHATHIR & ANWAR

Many people subscribe to the belief that even after the elections, the political commotion in Malaysia will not come to a conclusion.
As such, they no longer have any expectations for GE14. Indeed, the past two general elections have proven that their concerns are not completely unsubstantiated.
In the 2008 general elections, BN only managed to win 140 out of the 222 parliamentary seats up for grabs, losing its two-thirds majority advantage for the first time since 1969.
The political climate was in utter chaos after the election. PKR’s de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim put himself back in the Parliament after a lapse of ten year by creating a by-election. He also tried to rope in East Malaysian reps in a bid to unseat the BN federal government. We knew, of course, the “Sept 16 plot” didn’t work in the end.
In February 2009, three Pakatan Rakyat assemblymen in Perak jumped ship, causing the state administration to fall into the hands of BN again.
Additionally, Abdullah Badawi was forced to unload his prime ministerial duties on April 2 out of pressure from within Umno, and let Najib take over the baton.
After the 2008 elections, the political fights that lasted for the following five years prompted many to pin their hopes on the next elections to bring the much needed political change, which unfortunately did not materialize. In its stead, political differences turned many long-time friends to foes.
In the 2013 elections, BN not only failed to recapture Selangor and Penang but its seats shrank further to 133. PM Najib described the lack of support from the Chinese community for BN as the “Chinese tsunami”, while Utusan asked on its front page: Apa lagi Cina mahu?
A string of blackout rallies were staged by Pakatan Rakyat nationwide to protest perceived electoral irregularities. Meanwhile, MCA declared it wouldn’t join the new cabinet and would close its service centers, while Umno made a decisive shift towards conservatism, halted the reform agenda and introduced bumi empowerment policy while holding out olive branch to PAS.
PAS blamed the decline in Malay votes to weak religionization, which caused the party to eventually break ranks with its Pakatan allies and hence the collapse of the opposition pact.
For the past five years, we have not only seen more and more chaos but also an apparent regression in democracy, including the inconclusive termination of investigations into the RM2.6 billion political donation issue and the 1MDB scandal, the replacement of attorney-general, the concurrent forced retirement or transfers of top MACC officials, the removal of DPM, the RUU355 and the adoption of highly controversial bills in the Parliament such as the National Security Council Act and Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA).
A new political problem emerges with the 2018 general elections on the horizon: the integrity and reliability of our political leaders have slumped to a new low. BN continues to be plagued by the 1MDB scandal while Pakatan Harapan’s prime ministerial candidate’s track record is anything but desirable.
The voters are forced to pick between two rotten apples. The old Mahathir-Anwar team of 1990s is back in the big picture, and to consolidate their hold to fundamental support, moderation is slowly drifting away. We heard a good deal of racist remarks in the recent Ummah convention, as the trend of Islamization gets intensified.
With all these unpleasant experiences around, it is hard to convince Malaysian voters that they can look forward to a brighter tomorrow post-GE14.
For the past ten years, the country has been led further and further adrift by our politicians who would even exploit unhealthy electoral systems and manipulate the rules of game in order to stay in power, while our defective system basically renders our checks and balances mechanism ineffectual.
We cannot count on politicians or elections to bring about reforms. The civil society should take the lead to reinstate the functionality of checks and balances mechanism through political awareness enhancement campaigns, allowing public consensus to drive the country’s reforms.
If we solely put our hopes on the upcoming elections to transform the country without putting any effort to educate the public on the essence of democracy, we will only provide an easier access for politicians to hijack and manipulate the elections and smother our fledgling democracy.
Owing to the bleak prospects of getting the right people in charge, many have opted to stay away from the polling stations. And the emergence of such election phobia is poised to deal a severe blow on our democracy.
– http://mysinchew.com

FOR DR M, WHAT MATTERS IS NOW & THE FUTURE: FOR NAJIB, JAIL & RESPONSIBILITY FOR 1MDB DEBACLE THE ONLY OPTION

‘So despite being authoritarian in the past, what matters is now and the future.’
Abasir: The kleptocrat and his co-conspirators in the cabinet have many reasons to be fearful, and this “senile” old man just tops the list. Former PM Dr Mahathir Mohamad has shown his detractors that age is a mere number.
His mental acuity and acerbic wit even at 93 (aided, of course, by the inbred sycophancy of mediocre Umno ministers) explains why he was able to rule the roost for 22 long years.
Gerard Lourdesamy: This piece is vintage Mahathir. Prime Minister Najib Razak must be worried. Indeed, who says age is a factor in the appointment of the PM?
Mahathir has proven once again that he is as sharp and acerbic as ever.
Goldee: Dr M is a sly old fox. He can’t fault the people and the opposition parties for labelling him a dictator then, due to many of the controversial issues. The worst of which was the sacking and humiliation of his deputy, Anwar Ibrahim, and his family. It was Dr M’s biggest downfall.
That said, the worst thing is, those who had supported Dr M then are now the ones condemning him for all the things he had done. Back then, these ministers who are still in the present government were backing Mahathir, and always shouted “sokong” each time Dr M made a decision.
They are now condemning Dr M for all the things they had supported during his premiership. These hypocrites are far worse than the dictator.
Clever Voter: Mahathir at his age has remained witty, yet subtle and straight to the point. At his peak, his outrageous and often controversial opinions were his way of getting attention.
He had sincerely wanted to raise the living standards of the Malays, who should be grateful. He did succeed in producing a number of top-notched corporate and government leaders, but with a huge price and the opportunity costs were immeasurable.
Mahathir despite being labelled as dictator is only a pale shadow to modern dictators from Italy’s Benito Mussolini, Soviet Union’s Joseph Stalin, Chile’s Augusto Pinochet to Iraq’s Saddam Hussein. Mahathir certainly did not throw anyone into a volcano or assault the bride at a wedding.
Mahathir had upset many who haven’t forgiven him. Intellectually, he was way above others, but if only he had surrounded himself with a more diverse team and more importantly, if only he had locked the safes so they wouldn’t have been so easy for others to gain quick access.
History will judge his final attempt to undo his legacy.
JusticeNow!: Sabahans have nothing to thank Dr M for. One million “illegal” citizens and the intentionally re-engineered demographics of Sabah is his legacy. His Biro Tatanegara (BTN) has produced a generation of people who now depend on Umno to survive.
These undemocratic and dictatorial legacies, including the limitations imposed on judicial power, cannot be easily undone.
Anonymous 2020841435418535: The sacking of top judges and replacing them with lower level judges who were your cronies removed the independence of Malaysia’s courts.
The restructuring of the Attorney-General’s Chambers and the Finance Ministry to report to the PM also removed any form of checks and balances a healthy democracy should have.
The only reason Najib can do what he is doing now is all thanks to you.
Not to mention, the dumbing down of our education system by your statement on wanting “more graduates”, which caused your stupid but loyal ministers to lower the bar at local universities so we now get “graduates” with no value.
Of course, it wasn’t your fault. Nothing ever is, is it?
Quigonbond: Nice try, Dr M. You did have authoritarian tendencies and there’s not going to be any whitewashing that.
But Malaysians are smart enough to know you also brought good things to the nation, like our rapid development, and now, being out of power and seeing the other side of the fence, you hopefully value the importance of democratic institutions and democracy itself.
So despite being authoritarian in the past, what matters is now and the future. Live long and prosper!
Anonymous 728021502366367: Mahathir, in the eyes of many people, you were a dictator in some ways. But then again, to err is human.
Your most profound legacy yet is if you can help bring down MO1 (Malaysian Official 1) and help reform the government. If so, you will be best remembered more for doing good than evil.
Just A Malaysian: PKR Wanita chief Zuraida Kamaruddin, you are partly right. It should not matter too much who is the PM. In a matured democracy, your job is to ensure the PM does not accrue absolute power, and that he or she stays within the agreed Pakatan Harapan goals for the country.
Your job is to provide checks and balances to any future PM, and not just be a “yes person” and treat the PM like a feudal lord or demigod. Your job is to have courage to criticise and stand up against any excesses, even those of the PM you choose.
Yes, Zuraida, it does not matter who is the PM.
Sinner: That’s the correct position to take, Zuraida. After all, you can name me your choice of PM, and I will give you 20 big reasons why he is not the best choice.
Wg321: Zuraida is now doing damage control to protect her reputation. She claimed that she did not call Mahathir “mahazalim” and “mahafiraun”, but she did call him a recycled candidate. This was picked up by Umno minister Azalina Othman to attack Mahathir as Harapan’s PM candidate.
It is very obvious Zuraida is not a team player in PKR.
Tekad: While most opposition leaders want to win the general election badly, people like Zuraida want to play politics to serve her personal interests and that of her boss.
PKR will be weaker with ambitious leaders who cannot abide by a majority decision. The danger to Harapan is having leaders like that within the component parties.
RedHero: I am baffled by the level of intellect and strategic thinking by many of the PKR leaders including Zuraida. Don’t they realise that without their leader Anwar, nobody comes close to Dr M, not even their president Wan Azizah Wan Ismail or deputy Azmin Ali?
Even Anwar cannot make inroads into the rural areas and Felda like Mahathir can. So this is the best solution for now.
Mahathir will not be PM for long, and will hand over the reins to a younger PM in due time. So stop all this nonsense, PKR leaders, and get down to work.
Fair Play: So finally, you have come to terms with the reality of realpolitik. Without Dr M, do you think Harapan can really take over Putrajaya?
Azmin is still a boy when it comes to the reality of fighting Umno, and more importantly, in winning the GE.
LCCTs: Zuraida, you have the right idea. Anyone can be PM now, but he will never have absolute power as compared to what they have in the current BN structure.
The opposition coalition may be untested or possibly fractured, but in many ways, this could turn out for the better as compared to BN now.
Harapan should move on to focus on winning Putrajaya, and not be counting its chickens before the eggs hatch.
– M’kini