- New Year Wish of a Patriot
- Majoriti Orang Melayu Semakin Miskin dan Tertekan di Bawah UMNO Walaupun ada DEB
- Who's The Stupid Ass Writing The RPK Manhunt Script?
- Selamat Tahun Baru dari THE MAN,HIS VISION THE UNSTOPPLE ANWARFreedom and Democracy and the Dignity of the Human Spirit *Freedom and Democracy
- The Passing of Southeast Asia’s Prominent Spokesman for Pluralism in Muslim PoliticsA Tribute to former President of Indonesia Abdurrahman Wahid (Gus Dur) December 31, 2009
- Stretching absurdity to the extreme!
- Apcet II court decision: Get ready to be disappointed!
- Climate change: "We're not finished yet," civil society warns
- Establishing an anti-discrimination law in an Asian country
- Malaysia: Refusing to resolve migrant woes
- Liberalisation of misery
- The struggle must continue… change will come
- Taking a stand
- Why we need a two-coalition system
- Pemecatan Annual Bakhri: Siap Sedia Untuk PAS Masuk BN Siri 1
- Happy New Year 2010
- Pete when Rosmah get slaughtered in the Malaysian blogosphere she squeezed Musa Hasan’s balls
- Court declares 'Allah' ban invalid
- Stretching absurdity to the extreme!
- Establishing an anti-discrimination law in an Asian country
Posted: 31 Dec 2009 12:21 PM PST
Happy New Year my fellow Malaysians and to all my readers from all over the world.
We have to endure yet another year under the evil and deceptive rule of corrupt politicians and hopefully this may be the last and than we can have a truly Happy New Year in 2011.
My wish for the New Year would be that in this New Year of 2010 we find our New Nation a Nation that is a real Democracy a new nation that respect and honour the rights of its people, where there is true Justice, Freedom and a Clean and Efficient government that is sincerely out to serve its people.
May we be rid of the decepticons of politicians that is out to deceive the people and country, that they are there through their devious and cunning mind and are actually thieves and robbers out to serve their own greed for power and money.
May these evil politicians die a thousand deaths in hell for oppressing, cheating and robbing the people and the nation and thus causing much sufferings to the general populace.
May the truth be found and may those who have sacrificed for this nation of ours, who have given their precious life so that others can be alerted and realize the truth and that the real spirits of the patriots be awaken and rise up with bravery and courage to stand their ground against the evil tyrants.
May these evil doers who manipulate and controls the stolen power of the judiciary and all other institution of the people and have created and used their evil and unjust laws against the good people be discovered and defeated.
May the people find their courage and rise up against the evil that is upon their land for the witnesses of evil doing that than stands down out of fear, is guilty of a sin greater than the evil doers and would than be susceptible to the evil and becomes a part, as Evil Feeds on Fear.
Stand your ground and starve the evil of their power.
"Socrates spoke of courage as a knowledge of what is truly to be feared and that is to be viewed as an integral part of Virtue, which is to have the wisdom to know the good from the evil.
If moral evil is the only real evil than the evils that fortune and men inflict upon us, such as poverty, sickness, sufferings and even death, are not to be feared if they are faced with true spirit as they cannot make us morally worse creatures.
The evil actions of other men cannot harm us morally and there is only one thing that Socrates truly fears and that is the fear of doing injustice to his fellow man."
Posted: 31 Dec 2009 10:29 AM PST
Sebelum ini saya ada mengeluarkan artikel yang berkaitan dengan betapa semakin ramai Melayu yang mahu meninggalkan Malaysia. Artikel tersebut bertajuk Ramai Belia Melayu Mahu Meninggalkan Malaysia?. Artikel tersebut menunjukkan betapa semakin ramai belia Melayu mahu meninggalkan Malaysia dan membina hidup mereka di negara lain. Trend ini cukup menghairankan kerana orang Melayu di Malaysia ada Dasar Ekonomi Baru yang sentiasa membantu mereka.
Bagi menyokong lagi artikel saya itu, suka saya membawa beberapa fakta ekonomi yang dapat memberi keterangan berkenaan dengan trend baru di kalangan belia Melayu ini.
Sila rujuk data di bawah. Pekali GINI (atau GINI Coefficient) adalah indicator menunjukkan jurang kekayaan antara yang miskin dan kaya. Dalam carta di bawah, dipecahkan jurang ini mengikut bangsa:
JURANG ANTARA KAYA DAN MISKIN DI KALANGAN MELAYU SEMAKIN MELEBAR
Kalau dilihat, jurang antara kaya dan miskin di kalangan Melayu telah melebar dari tahun 1990 ke 1997. Ertinya, hanya dalam 7 tahun jurang tersebut melebar dari 0.428 ke 0.4495. Pelebaran jurang dalam jumlah 0.022. Ertinya, hanya dalam 7 tahun, jurang tersebut melebar dengan jumlah 0.022.
Kalau mengikut trend ini, maka pada 2004, jurang ini akan mencecah 0.472. Ini bererti jurang antara kaya dan miskin pada 2004 telah sampai ke tahap sebelum DEB dilaksanakan (yakni pada tahun 1970:0.466). Ini juga bererti DEB telah GAGAL SAMA SEKALI di bawah pengawasan UMNO.
Mungkin kerana inilah Kerajaan UMNO/BN sudah berhenti menerbitkan jumlah Pekali GINI mengikut bangsa. Mereka takut kegagalan UMNO akan terserlah lagi.
MELAYU KAYA MAKIN KAYA, MELAYU TAK KAYA MAKIN MEREMPAT
Ini bererti UMNO gagal untuk membangun ekonomi majoriti dari orang Melayu. UMNO hanya kesah mengkayakan mereka yang sudah kaya. Mereka2 ini lebih dikenali sebagai UMNOPUTRA. Mereka adalah elit-elit Melayu yang hanya tahu menghisap kekayaan negara untuk kepentingan mereka dan sanak saudara mereka sahaja. Manakala majoriti orang melayu adalah seperti kerbau kepada mereka.
Jadi, tak hairanlah semakin ramai belia Melayu meninggalkan Malaysia untuk membina hidup baru di negara lain. Saya pernah berjumpa dengan seorang pemuda Melayu sewaktu saya transit di Bahrain. Pemuda itu juga transit di Bahrain kerana pulang bercuti dari kerja beliau. SAya bertanya beliau bekerja di sebuah hotel sebagai pembasuh pinggan di Dublin, Ireland. Saya bertanya mengapa beliau bekerja di Dublin dalam kerja-kerja "kuli" sebegitu. Beliau kata, gaji yang beliau dapat sebagai kuli di Dublin lebih tinggi dari gaji yang beliau dapat sebagai eksekutif di Malaysia.
Hakikatnya, belia Melayu tidak akan teragak-agak untuk meninggalkan Malaysia walaupun ditawar kerja sebagai kuli di negara-negara Barat. Bagi saya, UMNO semakin gagal untuk memberikan peluang ekonomi kepada belia-belia Melayu walaupun berjalannya DEB.
DEB HANYA ALASAN UMNO UNTUK MENGKAYAKAN ELIT UMNO
Dalam berdegar-degar UMNO mempertahankan DEB, sampai menganjurkan demonstrasi mempertahankan DEB, rupa-rupanya MAJORITI Belia Melayu tidak merasa apa-apa dari DEB.
Biasiswa sudah tiada. Bila keluar universiti sudah berhutang. Bila keluar university, kerja pula tiada. Kalau ada gaji rendah. Kerja teruk. Kalau nak bisnes, kena jadi kroni UMNO. Bila jadi kroni, berapa la sangat boleh buat untung. Semuanya kroni2 UMNO sapu.
Pokoknya, UMNO memang parti bangsat, parti penipu, parti pembohong. Bila orang Melayu marah, dia salahkan Cina, salahkan DAP, salahkan semua orang. Yang dia mentekdaghah duit sampai buncit perut tu tak salah.
Kalau orang Melayu mahu hidup selesa dan menjamin masa depan, mestilah mereka menolak UMNO sepenuhnya dalam pilihanraya depan
Ps Saya petik dari WIKIPEDIA berkenaan dengan mengapa Anwar Ibrahim dipecat:
"Anwar's frontal attack against what he described as the widespread culture of nepotism and cronyism within UMNO (and the ruling coalition as a whole) angered Mahathir, as did his attempts to dismantle the protectionist policies that Mahathir had set up. "Cronyism" was identified by Anwar as a major cause of corruption and misappropriation of funds in the country. The events of late-1998 marked the beginning of Anwar's descent within UMNO and his subsequent ouster from the party and from Malaysian politics.".
Anwar dipecat dan difitnah kerana Anwar nak pastikan kekayaan negara dapat dinikmati oleh lebih ramai orang Melayu, tidak hanya UMNOPUTRA.
Posted: 31 Dec 2009 10:36 AM PST
This sandiwara is getting surreal. The way logic seems to twist and turn and fade in and out of our earthly dimensions is incredible. Consider this Dali-esque gems in the latest NST report "Cops zero in on RPK."
Our intelligence reports have confirmed that RPK is in London, but we have yet to confirm his exact location," he (the IGP) said in an interview with the New Straits Times.
So the cops KNOW that RPK's in London but don't know where exactly. Fair enough. Now...HOW do they know he's in London? There are a few possibilities: the cops must have some knowledge of RPK's travel arrangements, or someone saw RPK there, or someone who knows RPK's whereabouts spilled the beans.
Let's look at them one by one and see if these scenarios can support the IGP's statement.
1) The cops know RPK's travel arrangements. That means they managed to trace how RPK got out of the country undetected by the Immigration Dept, which routes he took (which also means the cops know who the people helping RPK through those routes are) and finally where the trail ended - in London. The reason why the PDRM won't know RPK's exact whereabouts in London could be because RPK made his own arrangements after arriving in London.
However, there is a gaping hole in this story. If the trail ended in London and RPK makes his own arrangements from there, how can the IGP really confirm that RPK is in London? RPK could have caught a train and left London to go stay with his long-lost relatives in Wales!
So in this scenario, there is really no way for the IGP to CONFIRM that RPK is in London. Unless...
2) Someone saw RPK in London. Now, who would be able to see RPK in London and know how important it is to report it to the relevant people? It would have to be either anti-RPK Malaysian civilians or Malaysian agents in London looking for RPK. Now if it was a civilian who spotted RPK and was concerned enough to report the fugitive to the Malaysian Embassy, it would be logical to assume that the fella/s did not do a comprehensive surveillance on RPK's exact whereabouts, hence the uncertainty over his exact location. If that's the case, what's to stop RPK from catching a train to Wales and staying with his long-lost relatives?
So in this case, there really is no basis for the IGP to say that RPK is confirmed to be staying in London!
What if it was a Malaysian agent following RPK around? Then surely he would know RPK's exact location, wouldn't he! That would be his no. 1 priority. Doesn't make sense for the agent to spot RPK and let go of his quarry just like that! Surely the agent/s investigations would confirm RPK's exact location! So if it was an agent who located RPK, why can't the IGP confirm RPK's exact location?
Again, this theory is impossible to justify.
3) Someone spilled the beans on RPK's whereabouts. This is perhaps the theory with the highest possibility. The cops somehow got to someone very close to and trusted by RPK (must be la - fugitives don't reveal their whereabouts to just anyone, what) an the fella talked. But all they could get out of him/her was that RPK was in London. Now the cops have the relevant info at hand and they just need to follow up on that thread and they'll get their man.
But then again...if you are really closing in on a hunted fugitive, would you announce to the world that you kind of know roughly where he is, and that you are going to get him soon? So nice of the cops to give RPK the heads up so far ahead in advance, right? Give RPK plenty of time to make ascape arrangements!
But we Malaysians know better, right? If the cops really wanted to get someone, they're not going to announce it. They just show up with machine guns a balaclavas like in 1998. But well, you might say that RPK is in London, the Malaysian cops can't just do stuff like that over there.
So that's probably why the IGP dropped the next Dali-esque gem to try and cover up the gaping holes in the plot:
He said Malaysian police have sought the help of their British counterparts to bring Raja Petra back.
"The British courts might call for an inquiry and request the relevant documentation to support the extradition process before making a decision," Musa said, adding that the police were also working with the Attorney-General's Chambers in preparing the documents.
Hey, how stupid you think Malaysians are? You think we got no brains to think, ka? You think all of us are frogs living under coconut shells in the kampung and have never left the country before ka?
If RPK left the country with no Immigration records and still managed to get into the UK, it can only mean one thing: he used a fake passport. If so, there's no need to convince the UK police about all his Sedition charges here in Malaysia la. Just report his fake passport to the UK authorities - they'll put RPK on the next flight back to Malaysia already, no questions asked!
But this is Malaysia. Apparently here, the cops' job is not to find and arrest fugitives who pose a dangerous threat to the stability of the country. Their job is to offer friendly advice to such fugitives:
Musa also advised Raja Petra to return to Malaysia of his own accord. "If you're not guilty then come back and defend yourself. Why should you hide in another country?"
The Malaysian Insider carries an even sillier quote by the IGP:
On the possible extradition of Raja Petra, Musa said the application would take time. "In fact, there is no need for (an extradition) order. He has to surrender," he said.
Wahh...Musa Hasan so kind la. First give RPK a long heads up so that he can have plenty of time to prepare further escape plans, then take his own sweet time over the extradition process, now give him friendly advice to come home. Hey, isn't it urgent and of utmost importance to bring this lawbreaker home - if for nothing else but to maintain the dignity of the PDRM?!
Like I said, we seem to be living in one of Salvador Dali's landscapes these days. This is so surreal!
Posted: 31 Dec 2009 08:44 AM PST
Posted: 31 Dec 2009 08:06 AM PST
by Terence Netto
The death of former Indonesian president Abdurrahman Wahid, 'Gus Dur' to legions of his admirers, in a Jakarta hospital yesterday deprives Southeast Asia of its pre-eminent spokesman for pluralism in Muslim politics.
For a man with his long history of ill-health, death at 69 could not be said to have come early. Still, it is untimely because Gus Dur's voice was a major one against monism: the human delusion that life is explainable by a single, overarching principle.
By leveraging on his stature as the son and grandson of pioneers of the Nahdlatul Ulama (NU), said to be the world's largest Muslim social organisation, Gus Dur influenced the direction of Muslim politics in his country towards democratic pluralism at a time when the country was groping following dictator Suharto's ouster in the late 1990s.
Ordinarily, a Muslim potentate like Gus Dur would be expected to be in favour of Islamist prescriptions like syariah in a time of national questing after a more equitable social order, but Gus Dur was flatly opposed to theocracy.
Though his term as Indonesian president was curtailed because of a scam over rice supplies, Gus Dur remained untainted by the dross of scandal such that while out of office he continued to extend his much-sought patronage to those on the fringes of Indonesian society.
His defense of the right to exist in Indonesia of the dissident sect, Achmadis, was a notable example of his courage in taking positions at odds with the majority of his countrymen.
In the mid-1990s, his decision to accept an invitation to the Nobel ceremony honouring peace laureate Bishop Carlos Belo, whom Jakarta suspected as a East Timorese separatist, was typical of Gus Dur's bucking of the majority view.
Support for Anwar's decision
In an interview with Malaysiakini in Kuala Lumpur in August 2008, that streak was evident in his support of Anwar Ibrahim's decision not to swear on the Quran as proof he was innocent of an accusation of sodomy leveled by a former aide.
In other opinions expressed in the interview, it was clear that Gus Dur was one Islamic leader who could be counted on to take the side of the rationalists against the orthodox in their recurrent debate of issues that is subsumed by what is defined as the Socratic puzzle.
This is the question that is so abstruse it gives philosophy a bad name: Is an action good because God commands it? Or does God command it because it is good?
In other words, do the categories of right and wrong have an existence independent from divine will?
Secular reason, the building blocks of democratic pluralism, says yes; theocracy holds there is no independent criterion of morality outside the will of God. The death of Abdurrahman Wahid represents a loss to the argument that holds with the former and dissents from the latter.
When the New Order administration came to power in 1968, not one Islamic party felt it was necessary to develop the idea of an Islamic state.
Bahtiar Effendy, The Jakarta Post
As we enter the elections year, hope does not seem to be running high for Islamic or Muslim-based parties. Surveys have indicated that if elections were held today, there is a strong likelihood that they would get fewer votes than they did in 2004.
The six major Islamic parties — the United Development Party (PPP), the National Awakening Party (PKB), the National Mandate Party (PAN), the Prosperous Justice Party (PKS), the Reform
Star Party (PBR) and the Crescent Star Party (PBB) — received somewhat disheartening results in the polls, with support ranging between 2 and 7 percent.
Allowing for a 1-3 percent margin of error, these figures are not significantly different from the 1999 and 2004 election results for Islamic parties. Yet in fact, perhaps with the exception of the PKS, which appears to be at the forefront of Islamic political discourse, there is the possibility they may gain less support in the 2009 elections.
It is difficult to pinpoint exactly what factors have led to this unpromising performance of Islamic parties. The stigma attached to Islamic parties in Indonesia's political history has frequently been touted as the source of problem. In the past, Islamic political parties were always identified with an Islamic state project.
During the Constitutional debate in the mid-1940s and 1950s, their activists and practitioners consistently strived to institute Islam as the basis of the state. Ultimately settling for less, in the late 1960s they appealed to the New Order government for the Jakarta Charter — a compromise clause making sharia (Islamic law) mandatory for Muslims — to be reinstated. A similar appeal was lodged during the process to amend the Constitution in the early 2000s.
None of these attempts bore the hoped-for fruit. Instead, Islamic parties have become an object of suspicion: The ultimate goal of political Islam is perceived to be making Islam the basis of the state where sharia serves as the governing law of the land. While this is legitimate as an ideological and political aspiration, it nonetheless seems not to accord with the interest of the majority of Indonesian Muslims.
In the nation's first democratic elections in 1955, Islamic parties did not emerge as the winners.
The two largest Islamic parties, Masyumi and Nahdlatul Ulama, took second (20.92 percent) and third (18.41 percent) place, respectively, after Sukarno's Indonesian Nationalist Party, or PNI (22.32 percent).
Collectively, however, they gained 43.93 percent of the votes. Considering Indonesian Muslims constitute 90 percent of the population, this means that the majority of the country's Muslims did not cast their votes for Islamic parties.
Perhaps it is an oversimplification to say that an Islamic state project is the root cause of the alarming position of Islamic parties — after all, the abandonment of the cause did not automatically make Islamic parties more popular, either. When the New Order administration came to power in 1968, not one Islamic party felt it was necessary to develop the idea of an Islamic state.
This religious-political stance continued until the Soeharto regime crumbled in 1998.
Undoubtedly, the authoritarian nature of the Soeharto regime served to discourage Muslim activists from entertaining the idea of an Islamic state.
But it was not only the coercive measures of the New Order administration that made Muslim political activists abandon the Islamic state idea. During this period, more substantive Islamic political ideas and practices were in the making, where the notions of justice, egalitarianism and equality were emphasized more than the formalist ones. This encouraged Muslims to detach themselves from ideological and symbolic partisanship. Quite naturally, it was the Islamic parties that suffered the most from this intellectual transformation.
Put together, these two factors led more Muslims to support non-Islamic parties, especially the Golkar Party. The inability to compete with Golkar in translating Islamic principles or ethos into practical programs, perceived as relevant to public interests, only exacerbated the declining support of Islamic parties.
Obviously, one can always argue that authoritarianism played a major role in the decline of support for Islamic parties during the New Order government. This argument is no longer valid given the performance of Islamic par-ties in post-1998 Indonesia. Like those in 1955, Islamic parties are not performing well individually.
Of the 10 Islamic parties represented in the parliament, only three can be considered "respectable" parties — the PKB, the PPP and the PAN. Still, however, they are only mid-sized parties, far behind the strength of the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P) and Golkar.
Their individual performances worsened in the 2004 elections, with the exception of the PKS, which gained a remarkable increase in support from 1,436,565 votes (seven seats) to 8,325,020 votes (45 seats). Even though the PKS is the most ideologically oriented Islamic party, it is nonetheless perceived as the most promising. This perception is based mainly on the image that the PKS has managed to create: Becoming a "public service" party. It was through this political branding that the party attracted more support.
There are several reasons Islamic and Muslim-based parties do not seem to have great prospects for next year's elections. Of course, some kind of political overhaul is needed to make Islamic parties more saleable. Regardless of their official trademark as Islamic parties, their thinkers and activists need to reflect, and finally decide, on whether Islamic parties should remain exclusively an arm for the few (party constituents), or become a vehicle for the many (Indonesian society in general).
But, of course, this is a long-range solution. For the 2009 elections, there is no easy answer for Islamic parties other than to form a meaningful coalition. This is not an easy task, and perhaps too difficult to turn into reality. But their collective strength (37.59 percent in 1999 and 38.35 percent in 2004) clearly indicates that they could serve as a delicate balance to the country's polarized presidential politics — B.J. Habibie versus Megawati in 1999, and Megawati and Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono in 2004.
This is if Islamic parties want to make substantial, meaningful changes. Otherwise, individually they can hope for little more than to be a supporter of either Megawati or Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
The writer is a professor of political science at the State Islamic University (UIN), Jakarta.
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COPENHAGEN, Dec 19 (IPS) - The climate change summit proved to be a "spectacular failure even according to its own terms," but civil society had "some successes," such as the inclusion of certain issues on the climate agenda, and making the voice of the South heard loud and clear.
Civil society groups also came up with a final statement in which they rejected"purely market-oriented and technology-centred false and dangerous solutions," such as "nuclear energy, agro-fuels, carbon capture and storage, Clean Development Mechanisms, biochar, genetically 'climate-readied' crops, geoengineering, and reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD)."
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The 7-8 December 2009 ACMW Drafting Committee Meeting on a Framework Instrument on the Protection and Promotion of Migrant Workers' Rights in Kuala Lumpur ended in deadlock. The Malaysian government continues to oppose the stance taken by its three Asean ACMW partners (Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines) to include provisions to protect the rights of all migrant workers and their families.
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Nota: Jangan lupa untuk merujuk artikel dari laman GReenboc yang mengandungi kenyataan YB Zul Nordin di sini.
Semua ini telah dirancang dalam pertemuan dengan wakil2 Najib di rumah Pak Din Langgar. Bahawa seorang ahli UMNO bernama Arifahmi akan digunakan bagi mensenyapkan Tok Guru Nik Aziz. Tok Guru dilihat sebagai halangan terakhir bagi kemasukan PAS ke dalam barisan yang sama dengan UMNO.
Perkembangan yang terbaru dari Kelantan menunjukkan Arifahmi dan ahli keluarga lain berjaya meyakinkan Tok Guru Nik Aziz bahawa Husam dan kawan2 yang lain telah memfitnah Arifahmi. Tok Guru sekarang ini tidak mahu lagi mendengar nasihat dari sesiapa sahaja kecuali dari ahli keluarga beliau.
Natijahnya, Annual Bakhri telah dipecat dari jawatan yang beliau telah pegang selama 10 tahun. Ahli-ahli keluarga Tok Guru berjaya menyakinkan Tok Guru bahawa Annual Bakhri telah memfitnah seorang ahli UMNO bernama Arifahmi.
FASA PERTAMA BERJAYA, FASA KEDUA DAN KETIGA MENJELANG TIBA
Annual Bakhri telah dinyatakan sebagai dalang yang mengagalkan usaha "Kerajaang Perpaduang" oleh Nik Abduh sendiri. Ini bukan cakap kosong. Sila rujuk tulisan Nik Abduh dalam blognya satu masa dulu bertajuk "Kerja Kerja Bodoh Dalam PAS.
Nik Abduh dengan jelas menamakan "pembantu-pembantu ayahanda" sebagai orang-orang yang bertanggungjawab menyebabkan ayahanda beliau menolak gagasan Kerajaan Perpaduang. Nah, sekarang barulah kita tahu siapa sebenarnya pembantu-pembantu ayahandanya yang amat dibenci. Antaranya adalah Annual Bakhri Haron yang baru sahaja terpecat dari jawatannya.
Fasa kedua tidak lain tidak bukan adalah pemecatan Husam Musa secara keseluruhannya. Itu yang telah dirancang bersama-sama dengan wakil Najib Tun Razak di rumah Pak Din Langgar bulan Ogos 2009. Bahawa Husam Musa mesti dibuang dahulu dengan apa cara sekalipun.
Maklumat yang saya dapat, Husam Musa akan terkorban dalam bulan Febuary hanya kerana ahli UMNO bernama Arifahmi dan isterinya benci pada Husam Musa. Dan termasuk yang benci Husam adalah Nik Abduh sendiri.
FASA KETIGA ADALAH PERSARAAN TOK GURU
Ya benda tersebut dibincangkan dalam mesyuarat dengan wakil-wakil Najib Tun Razak. Dengan bantuan ahli keluarga Tok Guru Nik Aziz, selepas Husam disembelih, maka Tok Guru akan diyakinkan untuk melepaskan jawatan politik dan bersara sepenuhnya dari politik.
Mengikut kenyataan Ustaz Abu Bakar Chik dalam Mesyuarat Khas AJK PAS Pusat tempohari, calon PJ Kelantan yang baru adalah Ustaz Abdul Halim Abdul Rahman. Itulah juga bakal calon MB yang baru bagi negeri Kelantan.
Malahan Nik Abduh secara terbuka mahukan ayahandanya bersara dan berhenti sebagai MB. Adakah kita lupa. Itu bukan cakap kosong tetapi sebahagian dari perancangan yang telah dipersetuji dengan wakil-wakil Najib dalam mesyuarat di Langgar itu.
Satu komen dari pembaca saya:
Hj Mustafa Ali sendiri sedang merayakan kejayaan Fraksi UMNO. Tiba-tiba sahaja Mustafa Ali boleh menyokong kenyataan Tok Guru secara terbuka.. Almaklumlah pucuk dicita ulam mendatang.
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