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NAJIB’s ‘reign of error’, his recent tirade against MAHATHIR PROSTITUTING WITH PEKASA warned of ideological war.

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 07:59 AM PST



Najib's reign of error vs PERMIN'S caging of Indian Muslims in malaysia

Najib's reign of error vs PERMIN'S caging of Indian Muslims in malaysia
After being bombarded by UTUSAN and ROCKY BREW alike, the odds don't look too good for NAJIB's 'reign of error'. His recent tirade against MAHATHIR PROSTITUTING WITH PEKASA warned of ideological war. Some things never change.related article Utusan should have been matured enough by now, and therefore they must have certain degree of responsibility instead of behaving like a spoil child.looking for holes it can be dangerous you can get AIDS TO A SLOW DEATH
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The problem could perhaps be traced to the baggage that MALE Muslims brought with them as first generation immigrants to the MALAYSIA.So the issue has to be forced upon them in their traditional strongholds….the Masajid.It is where a campaign for understanding, dialog and introspection should start.And don't expect men to do that They never will.You have to slowly penetrate the Women's enclaves of the Masajid, perhaps on Fridays, and kick off a debate on this complex and dangerous problem which has the potential of turning into a disaster like it happened with Parsis.Their race is almost perished.There are only about 400,000 Zorastrians living across the globe now.Shame for us Lkes PERMIN Syed Ibrahim who are condemning our daughter to social and intellectual infanticide.Keep being vocal you will be talaged by their son, you won't be alone anymore.read more click this

Permim Syed Ibrahim, Ustaz jamal, Mohd Katir Sultan OUR SITI NAZRIN TO FIGHT LIKE the charismatic Daud Shareefa Khanumt Puddukotai in Tamil Nadu,

Syed Ibrahim, Ustaz jamal, Mohd Katir Sultan OUR SITI NAZRIN TO FIGHT LIKE the charismatic Daud Shareefa Khanumt Puddukotai in Tamil Nadu,

Now lisen to this
Some soul searching is in order for us to understand why meeting and marrying are so tough these days in our community. We haven't even touched the topics of staying married and dealing with divorce. Perhaps meeting and marrying are difficult because we judge and critique ourselves and others constantly. At some point, we need to let go, to live and let live. We are Allah's ambassadors on this earth, not His police force. Allah is very particular in asking us not to be judgmental, and to be tolerant. I wonder if it will be possible for us as a community to follow Allah's Will in letter and in spirit – seeking to find solutions to the challenges we face instead of creating more problems.
Where malaysia be without Umno President Najib bin Tun Abdul razak ? Chances are, a few goats richer. He's been sacrificing a black goat every day to ward off the evil sprit. Well, hundreds of goats are dead and the evil eye is showing no signs of even blinking.
It is, however, an interesting way for a head of Barisan to tackle the issues facing his country. "Your excellency, there's been more UMNO scandals exposed by RPK."
"Oh no! Quick, get me a few dozen black goats to slaughter".
From this side of the border, it certainly looks like UMNO and Barisan has gone to the… er goats? The goats' union refused to comment but sources tell me they're not too happy with these 'population-control measures'.
Interestingly, a report in the paper Dawn said "when Najib moved into the umno President's House, a flock of black partridges were introduced for their supposed magical effects. However, the whole flock was electrocuted when a live wire fell on its cage." Lady luck, it seems, isn't exactly Mr Najib's friend. But then he prefers to befriend folks like Rosmah Mansor. (HIS 2ND wife, told her last "I 'll do whatever you want me to do.")
Actually, have you noticed the man smile? Kinda wide, isn't it? Heck, you could drive a truckload of turncoats through it. Anyway, turns out that whenever he flashes that monstrous smile, it's not for an SMS joke. In fact, last year, he wanted to put RPK away for 14 years for daring to sharING on him. Last I checked, Malaysia was still a democracy… till the MAHATHIR'S coup that is. But looks like somebody forgot to tellTHE UMNO PRESIDENT
According to the proposals, violators could have their property seized and the government would seek Interpol assistance in deporting foreign offenders. Imagine the headline: 'Interpol issues Red Corner Notice for boring RPK who came up with a SMS.' Apparently, the Interpol doesn't have better things to do.
MALAYSIA's MUSA HASSAN'S S.B BRANCH was reportedly tasked with tracing SMSes and emails that "slander the political leadership of the country". Who cares about fighting ABSUE OF POWER, or MURDER IN MCC or crime when out there on the streets are hardcore text-messagers mocking at your oh-so-clean president.
MUSA HASSAN may actually have its hands full with this joke-to-jail business. A quick search on the Net reveals a plethora of websites and blogs with sections devoted entirely to jokes on Zardari. Looks like you're way popular than you know, Mr President. Or maybe he does know. Why else is he out to jail half of MALAYSIAN? Most of the jokes I found were quite uncharitable, which may explain (but not justify) the jail threat. Here's one:
"MALAYSIA released a stamp on UMNOPresident to commemorate his jail stint. Problem is people don't know which side to spit on." Ouch! This one deserves at least 14 seconds in jail.
Most of the scores of jokes littered across cyber space are quite below the belt. I decided to abstain from using them out of sheer embarrassment (and poor translation skills). One gem that I found said it all:
Q: How many ROSMAH NAJIB jokes are there on the Internet?
A: Only one. The rest are all true.
After being bombarded by UTUSAN and ROCKY BREW alike, the odds don't look too good for NAJIB's 'reign of error'. His recent tirade against MAHATHIR FLIHTERING PEKASA warned of ideological war. Some things never change.
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Zaid

The problem with that approach, in Zaid's view, is this: "You cannot have peace and stability by force. And if you don't have peace and stability, then you don't have the economic ability to be productive and competitive. And the world doesn't deal with people like that anymore."

He bemoaned the fact that over-confidence in the 1980s saw Umno veering from its early days of seeking consensus with the other races on major issues. "It was a simple formula of Umno being the major partner but always in consultation, always open to ideas, always able to keep the pieces together.

"Not by a show of power, or a show of strength, but by a show of magnanimity."

Zaid on…

The problem with Umno today

"They see provocation, they see enemies everywhere."

What his detractors say about him

"They say, 'Ungrateful Malay, you benefited from the system and now you criticise it' — you know, that sort of stuff. Some say I should not be a Malay. I don't know how that is possible… But it doesn't really hurt me that much."

Being chummy with the opposition

"My problem is that I always don't view politicians from the other side as enemies. They're all my friends. (DAP veteran Lim) Kit Siang is my old friend and Anwar (Ibrahim) and everybody."

Attending the opposition events that got him sacked

"I was merely being naive or being silly but they were my friends, what's wrong with that?"

Being kept in the dark over the sudden detention of three civilians under the Internal Security Act in September

"I read about it in the papers. I thought that, as a minister, especially when you describe me as a Minister for Law, you know, it's a bit embarrassing when I don't know anything about it."

How much Malaysia has lost out to Singapore

"I was in school in Johor Baru in 1967, and I'd go to Singapore on a bus over the weekend. Singapore was then a shanty town, of no significance. But today, it is the pride of the world. If they can do it, why can't we?"

Why he thinks differently from most in Umno

"I did not join Umno when I was young, so I was not subject to much conditioning."

Talk that prime minister-in-waiting Najib lacks fire in the belly

"Yes, exactly. He has never shown himself capable of enunciating something. He can sound good, but all prime ministers sound good at the beginning."

Those who want a Malaysia for only Malays

"How do you benefit? In the first place, how do you let the Chinese go? Where do they go? Where do you send the Indians? Where do you send disgruntled Malays like me?"

Malaysia's future

"I worry that we will become a Fiji or Zimbabwe, that we will be dominated by a certain group using the machinery of government to keep control."

Awang Selamat's polemics on 'Malay generosity' and his scaremongering that others are hellbent on undermining the Malay race is reminiscent of what Greenwald terms that 'tribalistic self-absorption' which precludes any capacity for empathy.

The tribalistic self-absorption of Utusan Malaysia is evident in it incessantly playing up Chin Peng's ethnicity.

When Anwar made his statement on Saturday, he correctly predicted that the paper would put spin on it. The very next day, as anticipated, its article 'Anwar melampau' appeared, whereUtusan solicited a reaction from maverick politician Ibrahim Ali, among others.

Ibrahim, also Perkasa (an NGO) president, obliged by denouncing Anwar as a man willing to cast aside his own race for the sake of political survival.

But as Anwar rightly points out, other former communist leaders such as ex-MCP chairman Musa Ahmad, and prominent guerrillas like Shamsiah Fakeh and Rashid Maidin have been permitted return. So why persist in waving the race card at Chin Peng?

Communism is an ideology that transcends skin colour; there are communists in Cuba, in Nepal;West Bengal has the longest serving democratically elected communist state government in the world. Internationally,communist parties are legitimate political players.

The response by Ibrahim is a follow-up to his thoughts a week before – 'Perbetulkan perjuangan pribumi' (June8) which prominently covered three-quarters of the broadsheet's editorial page.

Ibrahim penned: "Kalau gagal ditangani, dilema [Melayu] boleh menyebabkan nasi menjadi bubur … Tanah Melayu mungkin menjadi milik orang", and incorporating the formulaic attack on Anwar as someone who is so power hungry that he is seemingly gambling away the Malays' future to non-Malays.

Blowing up a non-issue

It is unbridled mischief-making to insinuate that the country could somehow cease to belong to the Malays. Ibrahim also premised the alarmist, surely unfounded, scenario that Malay dignity is being challenged, that the fate and future of the Malays is in the doldrums, and parroting the unity mantra, that is, if the Malays are split they will lose.

Ibrahim, Utusan and Umno are consumed by the zero sum game and their imaginary enemy whom the Malays purportedly have to unite against.

The trifecta of Umno, its Old Media and its New Media-cum-bloggers network have lately been inflaming sensibilities with their Chin Peng sideshow, attempting to create an ethnic schism by drumming up grievances on one side when there is really a corresponding indifference on 'the other side'.

The communist insurgency, or Emergency, officially ended in 1960 long before I and the majority of Malaysian Chinese today were born. Many of us would probably mistake Chin Peng's image for Mao Zedong although our community (and even those nowadays in China) are nonetheless blue jeans-wearing capitalists, and hardly a Mao-jacketed proletariat.

The communist struggle is remote to us latter-day Malaysians where roughly 73 percent of the population is under the age of 40 … has anyone read any significant Chinese writer here ardently promoting communism? We are far removed in age and understanding from Chin Peng, although a few may harbour some compassion for an 85-year-old in exile.

It is counter-productive when Utusan's race-soaked invectives fail to discern Chin Peng's intense longing for 'Tanah Melayu' (so much so that he desires to spend his last days and perhaps to die and be buried on Malay soil) but is instead tied to a race-blinkered argumentative itinerary taking Malaysians backward to the lost jungle.


More mischief from Utusan's Awang Selamat
Columnists
WRITTEN BY HELEN ANG
MONDAY, 15 JUNE 2009 17:28
Utusan's Awang Selamat in an op-ed yesterday repeated his earlier leitmotif about the Malays being betrayed, how there are traitors to the country and cautioned that if any Barisan Nasional component party [i.e. MCA] hints at wanting to leave the coalition, it should just go.
The Awang Selamat column is the editorial voice of Mingguan Malaysia, the weekend edition of the Utusan newspaper considered to be Umno's mouthpiece.
In 'Apa muslihat MCA' (What tricks are MCA up to?), Awang Selamat questioned the motive behind a just concluded online poll in MCA president Ong Tee Keat's website, which had 76% of the respondents voting that his party should leave BN.
Awang Selamat conjectured that the survey was a deceptive manoeuvre by MCA to pressure Umno but adding that such a strategy would not bear fruit as the flailing Chinese party is unable to counter the influence of DAP "which is so aggressive".
"Even with MCA's presence, there is no assurance that BN can win Chinese hearts (in the next general election)," commented Awang Selamat who also believed that it is of no consequence to Umno if MCA intends to withdraw and nor should the former attempt to prevent its departure – "why give face"?
Awang Selamat suggested that Umno might care to review the tried and tested BN methodology because "most importantly, Umno should not be so generous in trying to make a go of the power-sharing when the component parties are always applying pressure."
"They [the disgruntled Umno satellites] only want what's advantageous to them and are indeed 'too much'. What need is there for a power-sharing that is more beneficial to others?"
'Malays can't be silent anymore'
On the unity government talks, Awang Selamat referenced MCA's concern that an Umno-PAS merger will marginalize the minorities and said that any effort working on Malay unity is met with opposition because the non-Malays mostly want Malays "to continue to be weak and divided".
Taking up again the theme 'Melayu dikhianati?' that stirred controversy a fortnight ago, Awang Selamat asked: "Does this [hidden agenda] not carry the message that Malays are willing to let themselves be stabbed in the back ["betrayed"] after making all the sacrifices for the other races?"
He concluded: "There are so many issues currently confronting the Malays that the community cannot remain silent any longer and be content only to moan quietly".
Utusan is clearly fanning racial sentiments and deliberately racializing matters like Chin Peng's wish to return home. Its front page editorial cartoon featured a speech bubble with the snide remark, "Just appoint Chin Peng as PKR advisor …".
Putting in his two sen worth, Awang Selamat accused the Pakatan Rakyat supremo of trying to gain "political dividend" and Chinese support through his statement declaring that he [Anwar Ibrahim] did not want to see a situation where it is alright for a Malay communist to return but not for a Chinese communist to do the same.
Contrary to Anwar, Awang Selamat opined that any support for Chin Peng is "wicked" and [a threat] just as dangerous, if not more dangerous than the Malayan Communist Party (MCP) itself. The Utusan editorial then alluded to how betrayal can cause the downfall of one's race, and proceeded to ask rhetorically: "Who is the betrayer [of his race] in our era today?"
Powerful majority yet petulant
An anonymous Malaysian blogger thoughtfully pointed me to a commentary by American Glenn Greenwald, a political author on the New York Times bestseller list, which is similarly an apt reflection on Awang Selamat and his ilk.
Greenwald wrote:
"The most predominant mentality in right-wing discourse finds expression in this form: 'I am part of/was born into Group X, and Group X – my group – is better than all others yet treated so very unfairly." This claim persists – indeed, is often intensified – even when Group X is clearly the strongest, most privileged and most favoured group'."
In a previous article titled 'The right's two-pronged religion of rage and self-pity', Greenwald summarized:
"Petulance and self-pitying grievance is what fuels them. This endless need to self-victimize would be one thing if the groups to which they belonged were small minorities targeted by a hostile and more powerful majority. But the exact opposite is true. By and large, the groups to which they belong (and therefore see as oppressed and treated with unparalleled unfairness) are the most numerous and the most powerful in the country and always have been."
Awang Selamat's polemics on 'Malay generosity' and his scaremongering that others are hellbent on undermining the Malay race is reminiscent of what Greenwald terms that 'tribalistic self-absorption' which precludes any capacity for empathy.
The tribalistic self-absorption of Utusan Malaysia is evident in it incessantly playing up Chin Peng's ethnicity.
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim today admitted that there were attempt to get PKR lawmakers to abandon the party by Chinese New Year, claiming that the move was made with the backing of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.
Anwar alleged that several MPs, including Indera Mahkota's Azan Ismail and Yusmadi Yusof of Balik Pulau, have been contacted by a Parti Cinta Malaysia official Huan Cheng Guan and Malaysian Ambassador to the United States Datuk Seri Jamaluddin Jarjis, who urged them to leave PKR.
"Because they did not entertain, the amount of money was never discussed," said Anwar after the PKR central committee meeting.
Both Azan and Yusmadi were at the four-hour meeting.
Anwar said he has yet to meet Bayan Baru MP Datuk Seri Zahrain Hashim, who is said to be leading a group of would-be defectors.
"I will only meet him next week but when I met him before the outburst I did not sense any unhappiness," said Anwar.
Zahrain, who called Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng "dictator" and "communist-minded", has been referred to the PKR disciplinary committee.
Azan Ismail
Meanwhile Azan told reporters the offer was made soon after he resigned as Pahang PKR deputy chief.
The Member of Parliament for Bayan Baru, Zahrain Mohd Hashim, has announced that he has ten Pakatan Rakyat Members of Parliament ready to follow him into Barisan Nasional.
Okay, he may have two or three; maybe even four; but certainly it is far from ten, as he claims.
Actually, the plan for Zahrain to jump was mooted quite a while ago. And, a few weeks ago, the final pieces were put in place. But he could not just make the move for no rhyme or reason. He needs a 'strong reason', a sort of 'due justification', to make the move or else he would look like an opportunistic scumbag and slime-ball.
And that was why he came out to openly whack the Chief Minister, Lim Guan Eng, and call him a dictator, Communist-minded, and whatnot.
He was hoping that Guan Eng would whack him back and challenge him to leave PKR and go join Umno or whatever. Then Guan Eng would be seen as an arrogant Chow Lang who 'forced' Zahrain out. Guan Eng would then be seen as the aggressor and Zahrain the victim.
But Guan Eng was smarter than they gave him credit for and he did not take the bait. He did not respond the way they hoped and expected. So the plan is now dead in the water. And if Zahrain makes his move then he would suffer a very serious credibility problem.
Time is running out for Zahrain. He needs this thing to happen as soon as possible, before the MACC catches up on him. It seems he has a lot of skeletons in the closet from his Umno days. The MACC has enough shit to send him to jail for 100 years. And only by jumping into Umno can he save his sorry arse. If he waits for the MACC to come arrest him and charge him for a dozen counts of corruption before he announces he is leaving PKR to join Umno it may be too late.
And he wants to offer some icing on the cake to make it more attractive to Umno. He wants to offer Umno a delicious 'package'. And that is why he announced he is able to bring ten other Pakatan Rakyat Members of Parliament together with him to join Barisan Nasional. And he is not talking about just Malay Members of Parliament but a couple of Chinese and Indians as well.
But all these Members of Parliament are what the Malays would call 'orang-orang yang bermasalah'. In English that means people with problems.
One is a Chinese Member of Parliament who accumulated loads of gambling debts. To pay off some of these gambling debts he borrowed a lot of money from the alongs (loan sharks) and they are now hounding him for the return of the money. He is under so much pressure he is even afraid to go home lest the alongs spot him and come knocking on his door.
Invariably, he needs a lot of money to pay off his gambling debts plus what he owes the alongs. And where to get the money other than from Barisan Nasional? So he is joining Zahrain's so-called 'exodus' in return for a big chunk of money, which will help pay off all his debts.
The trouble is, he not only needs a lot of money to service his debts and to keep the bill collectors and alongs off his back. He also needs money to finance his lifestyle of wine, women, song and casinos.
So, this is not only about paying off his debts. It is also about allowing him to continue his womenising and gambling because he is not ready to 'retire' just yet. He wants to continue enjoying his lifestyle — but only this time with enough money to finance that lifestyle.
Another Chinese Member of Parliament in this gang about to jump has two mistresses. Yes, that's right, you heard me right. Two mistresses! And one of these mistresses — who lives in Taman Tun Dr Ismail — has just given birth. So this Chinese Member of Parliament has just become a father of an illegitimate child and this has caused some problems for him.
Umno has threatened to expose him and to reveal his immoral lifestyle. What future will he have after that? So, to protect his secret and to ensure that Umno will not reveal the story about his mistresses and bastard child and whatnot, he needs to consider leaving Pakatan Rakyat and go join Barisan Nasional, maybe MCA, Gerakan or PPP.
So, as I said, those in the gang of ten that Zahrain said will join him in leaving Pakatan Rakyat to go join Barisan Nasional are orang-orang yang bermasalah.
Okay, so ten Pakatan Rakyat Members of Parliament are going to jump over to Barisan Nasional, said Zahrain (although I believe it is lesser than that). And if that happens then Barisan Nasional is going to gain back their two-thirds majority in Parliament. However, honestly, I don't care a damn. Let them leave even if that results in Barisan Nasional gaining back its two-thirds majority in Parliament.
We have to start talking about The New Order. And to achieve The New Order we need the Members of Parliament and State Assemblypersons to be people of a higher moral fibre. Pakatan Rakyat has to set certain benchmarks and establish a value system. And anyone who does not come up to the mark has to go.
Let us start talking about Politik Baru (New Politics). The old style politics of expediency and opportunity need to be abolished. And anyone who still plays by the old rules needs to be chopped off. Just kill them off and throw their bodies into the pigsty for the pigs to enjoy their dinner.
The people are totally fed up with what has been going on these last two years or so. They voted for change. They voted for a new government to see this change. But all they got was the same old shit packaged in a new bottle.
That was what they voted for on 8 March 2008? In that case why bother to vote for change? If we want Barisan Nasisonal style politics then just vote Barisan Nasional. Why vote Pakatan Rakyat if all you get is the same old shit?
But it takes two hands to clap. The rats can't play if not because the cat is away. And that is why these rats have become rodents of the worst kind — because the cat has gone to sleep.
And the 'cat' I am talking about is of course Anwar Ibrahim. Is it any coincidence that all these orang-orang yang bermasalah are those close to Anwar?
These orang-orang yang bermasalah have become a huge masalah because Anwar has done nothing about them. No doubt all these people have been problem people from the very beginning and in their 'previous life' in Umno or Barisan Nasional. But they are able to become a problem only because Anwar is allowing them to be a problem.
Anwar is beginning to become a liability to the opposition cause. Anwar can better serve the opposition cause by going to jail. At least in jail we can use Anwar as the icon of injustice and get some mileage out of his incarceration. With Anwar on the outside the opposition gains nothing.
What's the point of Anwar being on the outside if he does nothing? Better he go to jail. At least the opposition can benefit from it. That is what it has been reduced to. Anwar is more an asset dead than alive.
Can Zahrain maybe convince Anwar to join the gang of ten who are going to soon leave Pakatan Rakyat to join Barisan Nasional? That would be like killing two birds with one stone as far as I am concerned. The problem is solved and the one who is allowing the problem to perpetuate is also solved at the same time.
was RPK wishing for too much?

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More mischief from Utusan's Awang SelamatColumnistsWRITTEN BY HELEN ANGMONDAY, 15 JUNE 2009 17:28Utusan's Awang Selamat in an op-ed yesterday repeated his earlier leitmotif about the Malays being betrayed, how there are traitors to the country and cautioned that if any Barisan Nasional component party [i.e. MCA] hints at wanting to leave the coalition, it should just go.The Awang Selamat column is the editorial voice of Mingguan Malaysia, the weekend edition of the Utusan newspaper considered to be Umno's mouthpiece.In 'Apa muslihat MCA' (What tricks are MCA up to?), Awang Selamat questioned the motive behind a just concluded online poll in MCA president Ong Tee Keat's website, which had 76% of the respondents voting that his party should leave BN.Awang Selamat conjectured that the survey was a deceptive manoeuvre by MCA to pressure Umno but adding that such a strategy would not bear fruit as the flailing Chinese party is unable to counter the influence of DAP "which is so aggressive"."Even with MCA's presence, there is no assurance that BN can win Chinese hearts (in the next general election)," commented Awang Selamat who also believed that it is of no consequence to Umno if MCA intends to withdraw and nor should the former attempt to prevent its departure – "why give face"?Awang Selamat suggested that Umno might care to review the tried and tested BN methodology because "most importantly, Umno should not be so generous in trying to make a go of the power-sharing when the component parties are always applying pressure.""They [the disgruntled Umno satellites] only want what's advantageous to them and are indeed 'too much'. What need is there for a power-sharing that is more beneficial to others?"'Malays can't be silent anymore'On the unity government talks, Awang Selamat referenced MCA's concern that an Umno-PAS merger will marginalize the minorities and said that any effort working on Malay unity is met with opposition because the non-Malays mostly want Malays "to continue to be weak and divided".Taking up again the theme 'Melayu dikhianati?' that stirred controversy a fortnight ago, Awang Selamat asked: "Does this [hidden agenda] not carry the message that Malays are willing to let themselves be stabbed in the back ["betrayed"] after making all the sacrifices for the other races?"He concluded: "There are so many issues currently confronting the Malays that the community cannot remain silent any longer and be content only to moan quietly".Utusan is clearly fanning racial sentiments and deliberately racializing matters like Chin Peng's wish to return home. Its front page editorial cartoon featured a speech bubble with the snide remark, "Just appoint Chin Peng as PKR advisor …".Putting in his two sen worth, Awang Selamat accused the Pakatan Rakyat supremo of trying to gain "political dividend" and Chinese support through his statement declaring that he [Anwar Ibrahim] did not want to see a situation where it is alright for a Malay communist to return but not for a Chinese communist to do the same.Contrary to Anwar, Awang Selamat opined that any support for Chin Peng is "wicked" and [a threat] just as dangerous, if not more dangerous than the Malayan Communist Party (MCP) itself. The Utusan editorial then alluded to how betrayal can cause the downfall of one's race, and proceeded to ask rhetorically: "Who is the betrayer [of his race] in our era today?"Powerful majority yet petulantAn anonymous Malaysian blogger thoughtfully pointed me to a commentary by American Glenn Greenwald, a political author on the New York Times bestseller list, which is similarly an apt reflection on Awang Selamat and his ilk.Greenwald wrote:"The most predominant mentality in right-wing discourse finds expression in this form: 'I am part of/was born into Group X, and Group X – my group – is better than all others yet treated so very unfairly." This claim persists – indeed, is often intensified – even when Group X is clearly the strongest, most privileged and most favoured group'."In a previous article titled 'The right's two-pronged religion of rage and self-pity', Greenwald summarized:"Petulance and self-pitying grievance is what fuels them. This endless need to self-victimize would be one thing if the groups to which they belonged were small minorities targeted by a hostile and more powerful majority. But the exact opposite is true. By and large, the groups to which they belong (and therefore see as oppressed and treated with unparalleled unfairness) are the most numerous and the most powerful in the country and always have been."Awang Selamat's polemics on 'Malay generosity' and his scaremongering that others are hellbent on undermining the Malay race is reminiscent of what Greenwald terms that 'tribalistic self-absorption' which precludes any capacity for empathy.The tribalistic self-absorption of Utusan Malaysia is evident in it incessantly playing up Chin Peng's ethnicity.


Cameron Highlands ~ still a cool place to be

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 10:01 AM PST

Cameron Highlands, Pahang Darul Makmur.

It's been two days and nights now that I have been here with my darling up in these cool mountain resort area.

Alhamdulillah, the temperature is quite cool befitting it's reputation as one of our nation's much preferred hill resorts.

There is an abundance of strawberry farms here and vegetable farms that straddle the highlands here almost all over the lush valleys.

We arrived yesterday and checked in to one of the resort hotels which I had booked in advance from KL.

The hotel room is quite spacious and luxuriously furnished. The view from the hotel's balcony is also quite uplifting and we have an excellent vista before us with the rolling hills in the background and pleasant sight of mist covered mountains. Truly, the Cameron Highlands is still a very cool place to be! Alhamdulillah!


During our drive up the highlands, I saw these strange fruits being sold by the Orang Asli @ Natives by the roadside.

I stopped our car and asked the Orang Asli as to what fruit were these?

They replied that these fruits are known as 'Buah Larah' and sweet sourish in taste. Just like the taste of 'Buah Dokong'.

According to the native, these fruits are in season only once a year. They were selling these fruits for RM4.00 a bunch. 3 bunches for RM10. As I haven't had the experience of eating such fruits before, I ventured to try out a bunch first and frankly speaking, after tasting them, I prefer the taste of Dokong, Duku or Langsat! :P
I chatted with them for a while and asked them whether they were Muslims? They answered that they have yet to receive enlightenment although many Jamaat Tabligh missionaries have visited them and shared some information about Islam. So have other missionaries from the Christian side.

I shared some information with them about who we all are and about Allah the Almighty but since I was on a tight schedule to reach our intended hotel before evening, I bade them leave and wished that I could spend some time again with them in the near future. They welcomed me and said that they would be willing to learn if such a possibility should come into being? They spoke fluently in Malay and were quite friendly. :)

I saw many huts belonging to the Orang Asli's along the road and also some built up in the hillsides. They were built using bamboo and palm fronds. Quite simple and environmentally friendly. Yet it seems that modernity has caught up with them.

There were also a few houses belonging to the Orang Asli that have been built using concrete and wood. Some of them even have Astro satellite tv dishes adorning their roofs. Cars and motorbikes also were parked in front of those homes. Good for them. :)

I stopped at one of the places where there were mini waterfalls gushing down the hillslopes and filled one of the empty 5 litre mineral water bottles I had in our car.

Sadly, the water quality wasn't as good as the one I usually visit to get our supply of fresh mineral water at the Silk Kajang highway at Sg Long, Selangor. I had to re empty my bottle after seeing the quality of the collected water. Not that safe for drinking before purification.

One thing I loved very much was seeing the still green, plush, tropical forests surviving the encroaching signs of modernity up above these highlands. Hope they will be preserved for the much needed ecological balance and safe haven for our future generations as well as safeguarding the nation's highlands environment.


Snippets Of The Klang Valley Roadshow

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 09:49 AM PST

Some of you may have missed the SABM Klang Valley Roadshow. I did. A close friend had her wedding dinner in Johor, and I was forced to choose.



After seeing this, I know I don't want to miss the Ipoh one.


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What la!!!

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 08:07 AM PST

What la! Plagiarised one ah?

I discovered today (ok la, so I am a little slow) that Najib's 1Malaysia slogan isn't even original.

Those Singaporean flers used it first years ago when they announced ......

1People 1Nation 1Singapore!

They even made the slogan into a song.

So now, maybe somebody should tell Najib that he's got possibly 1Embarassment when he next visits the Little Red Dot and tries to spout his 1Malaysia slogan.

NIAMAH!!!


Najib’s reign of error vs PERMIM’S caging of Indian Muslims in malaysia

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 07:06 AM PST



Najib's reign of error vs PERMIM'S caging of Indian Muslims in malaysia
After being bombarded by UTUSAN and ROCKY BREW alike, the odds don't look too good for NAJIB's 'reign of error'. His recent tirade against MAHATHIR PROSTITUTING WITH PEKASA warned of ideological war. Some things never change.related article Utusan should have been matured enough by now, and therefore they must have certain degree of responsibility instead of behaving like a spoil child.looking for holes it can be dangerous you can get AIDS TO A SLOW DEATH

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The problem could perhaps be traced to the baggage that MALE Muslims brought with them as first generation immigrants to the MALAYSIA.So the issue has to be forced upon them in their traditional strongholds….the Masajid.It is where a campaign for understanding, dialog and introspection should start.And don't expect men to do that They never will.You have to slowly penetrate the Women's enclaves of the Masajid, perhaps on Fridays, and kick off a debate on this complex and dangerous problem which has the potential of turning into a disaster like it happened with Parsis.Their race is almost perished.There are only about 400,000 Zorastrians living across the globe now.Shame for us Lkes PERMIN Syed Ibrahim who are condemning our daughter to social and intellectual infanticide.Keep being vocal you will be talaged by their son, you won't be alone anymore.read more click this

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Some soul searching is in order for us to understand why meeting and marrying are so tough these days in our community. We haven't even touched the topics of staying married and dealing with divorce. Perhaps meeting and marrying are difficult because we judge and critique ourselves and others constantly. At some point, we need to let go, to live and let live. We are Allah's ambassadors on this earth, not His police force. Allah is very particular in asking us not to be judgmental, and to be tolerant. I wonder if it will be possible for us as a community to follow Allah's Will in letter and in spirit – seeking to find solutions to the challenges we face instead of creating more problems.




Where malaysia be without Umno President Najib bin Tun Abdul razak ? Chances are, a few goats richer. He's been sacrificing a black goat every day to ward off the evil sprit. Well, hundreds of goats are dead and the evil eye is showing no signs of even blinking.
It is, however, an interesting way for a head of Barisan to tackle the issues facing his country. "Your excellency, there's been more UMNO scandals exposed by RPK."
"Oh no! Quick, get me a few dozen black goats to slaughter".
From this side of the border, it certainly looks like UMNO and Barisan has gone to the… er goats? The goats' union refused to comment but sources tell me they're not too happy with these 'population-control measures'.
Interestingly, a report in the paper Dawn said "when Najib moved into the umno President's House, a flock of black partridges were introduced for their supposed magical effects. However, the whole flock was electrocuted when a live wire fell on its cage." Lady luck, it seems, isn't exactly Mr Najib's friend. But then he prefers to befriend folks like Rosmah Mansor. (HIS 2ND wife, told her last "I 'll do whatever you want me to do.")
Actually, have you noticed the man smile? Kinda wide, isn't it? Heck, you could drive a truckload of turncoats through it. Anyway, turns out that whenever he flashes that monstrous smile, it's not for an SMS joke. In fact, last year, he wanted to put RPK away for 14 years for daring to sharING on him. Last I checked, Malaysia was still a democracy… till the MAHATHIR'S coup that is. But looks like somebody forgot to tellTHE UMNO PRESIDENT
According to the proposals, violators could have their property seized and the government would seek Interpol assistance in deporting foreign offenders. Imagine the headline: 'Interpol issues Red Corner Notice for boring RPK who came up with a SMS.' Apparently, the Interpol doesn't have better things to do.
MALAYSIA's MUSA HASSAN'S S.B BRANCH was reportedly tasked with tracing SMSes and emails that "slander the political leadership of the country". Who cares about fighting ABSUE OF POWER, or MURDER IN MCC or crime when out there on the streets are hardcore text-messagers mocking at your oh-so-clean president.
MUSA HASSAN may actually have its hands full with this joke-to-jail business. A quick search on the Net reveals a plethora of websites and blogs with sections devoted entirely to jokes on Zardari. Looks like you're way popular than you know, Mr President. Or maybe he does know. Why else is he out to jail half of MALAYSIAN? Most of the jokes I found were quite uncharitable, which may explain (but not justify) the jail threat. Here's one:
"MALAYSIA released a stamp on UMNOPresident to commemorate his jail stint. Problem is people don't know which side to spit on." Ouch! This one deserves at least 14 seconds in jail.
Most of the scores of jokes littered across cyber space are quite below the belt. I decided to abstain from using them out of sheer embarrassment (and poor translation skills). One gem that I found said it all:
Q: How many ROSMAH NAJIB jokes are there on the Internet?
A: Only one. The rest are all true.
After being bombarded by UTUSAN and ROCKY BREW alike, the odds don't look too good for NAJIB's 'reign of error'. His recent tirade against MAHATHIR FLIHTERING PEKASA warned of ideological war. Some things never change.

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Zaid

The problem with that approach, in Zaid's view, is this: "You cannot have peace and stability by force. And if you don't have peace and stability, then you don't have the economic ability to be productive and competitive. And the world doesn't deal with people like that anymore."

He bemoaned the fact that over-confidence in the 1980s saw Umno veering from its early days of seeking consensus with the other races on major issues. "It was a simple formula of Umno being the major partner but always in consultation, always open to ideas, always able to keep the pieces together.

"Not by a show of power, or a show of strength, but by a show of magnanimity."

Zaid on…

The problem with Umno today

"They see provocation, they see enemies everywhere."

What his detractors say about him

"They say, 'Ungrateful Malay, you benefited from the system and now you criticise it' — you know, that sort of stuff. Some say I should not be a Malay. I don't know how that is possible… But it doesn't really hurt me that much."

Being chummy with the opposition

"My problem is that I always don't view politicians from the other side as enemies. They're all my friends. (DAP veteran Lim) Kit Siang is my old friend and Anwar (Ibrahim) and everybody."

Attending the opposition events that got him sacked

"I was merely being naive or being silly but they were my friends, what's wrong with that?"

Being kept in the dark over the sudden detention of three civilians under the Internal Security Act in September

"I read about it in the papers. I thought that, as a minister, especially when you describe me as a Minister for Law, you know, it's a bit embarrassing when I don't know anything about it."

How much Malaysia has lost out to Singapore

"I was in school in Johor Baru in 1967, and I'd go to Singapore on a bus over the weekend. Singapore was then a shanty town, of no significance. But today, it is the pride of the world. If they can do it, why can't we?"

Why he thinks differently from most in Umno

"I did not join Umno when I was young, so I was not subject to much conditioning."

Talk that prime minister-in-waiting Najib lacks fire in the belly

"Yes, exactly. He has never shown himself capable of enunciating something. He can sound good, but all prime ministers sound good at the beginning."

Those who want a Malaysia for only Malays

"How do you benefit? In the first place, how do you let the Chinese go? Where do they go? Where do you send the Indians? Where do you send disgruntled Malays like me?"

Malaysia's future

"I worry that we will become a Fiji or Zimbabwe, that we will be dominated by a certain group using the machinery of government to keep control."

Awang Selamat's polemics on 'Malay generosity' and his scaremongering that others are hellbent on undermining the Malay race is reminiscent of what Greenwald terms that 'tribalistic self-absorption' which precludes any capacity for empathy.

The tribalistic self-absorption of Utusan Malaysia is evident in it incessantly playing up Chin Peng's ethnicity.

When Anwar made his statement on Saturday, he correctly predicted that the paper would put spin on it. The very next day, as anticipated, its article 'Anwar melampau' appeared, whereUtusan solicited a reaction from maverick politician Ibrahim Ali, among others.

Ibrahim, also Perkasa (an NGO) president, obliged by denouncing Anwar as a man willing to cast aside his own race for the sake of political survival.

But as Anwar rightly points out, other former communist leaders such as ex-MCP chairman Musa Ahmad, and prominent guerrillas like Shamsiah Fakeh and Rashid Maidin have been permitted return. So why persist in waving the race card at Chin Peng?

Communism is an ideology that transcends skin colour; there are communists in Cuba, in Nepal;West Bengal has the longest serving democratically elected communist state government in the world. Internationally,communist parties are legitimate political players.

The response by Ibrahim is a follow-up to his thoughts a week before – 'Perbetulkan perjuangan pribumi' (June8) which prominently covered three-quarters of the broadsheet's editorial page.

Ibrahim penned: "Kalau gagal ditangani, dilema [Melayu] boleh menyebabkan nasi menjadi bubur … Tanah Melayu mungkin menjadi milik orang", and incorporating the formulaic attack on Anwar as someone who is so power hungry that he is seemingly gambling away the Malays' future to non-Malays.

Blowing up a non-issue

It is unbridled mischief-making to insinuate that the country could somehow cease to belong to the Malays. Ibrahim also premised the alarmist, surely unfounded, scenario that Malay dignity is being challenged, that the fate and future of the Malays is in the doldrums, and parroting the unity mantra, that is, if the Malays are split they will lose.

Ibrahim, Utusan and Umno are consumed by the zero sum game and their imaginary enemy whom the Malays purportedly have to unite against.

The trifecta of Umno, its Old Media and its New Media-cum-bloggers network have lately been inflaming sensibilities with their Chin Peng sideshow, attempting to create an ethnic schism by drumming up grievances on one side when there is really a corresponding indifference on 'the other side'.

The communist insurgency, or Emergency, officially ended in 1960 long before I and the majority of Malaysian Chinese today were born. Many of us would probably mistake Chin Peng's image for Mao Zedong although our community (and even those nowadays in China) are nonetheless blue jeans-wearing capitalists, and hardly a Mao-jacketed proletariat.

The communist struggle is remote to us latter-day Malaysians where roughly 73 percent of the population is under the age of 40 … has anyone read any significant Chinese writer here ardently promoting communism? We are far removed in age and understanding from Chin Peng, although a few may harbour some compassion for an 85-year-old in exile.

It is counter-productive when Utusan's race-soaked invectives fail to discern Chin Peng's intense longing for 'Tanah Melayu' (so much so that he desires to spend his last days and perhaps to die and be buried on Malay soil) but is instead tied to a race-blinkered argumentative itinerary taking Malaysians backward to the lost jungle.


More mischief from Utusan's Awang Selamat
Columnists
WRITTEN BY HELEN ANG
MONDAY, 15 JUNE 2009 17:28
Utusan's Awang Selamat in an op-ed yesterday repeated his earlier leitmotif about the Malays being betrayed, how there are traitors to the country and cautioned that if any Barisan Nasional component party [i.e. MCA] hints at wanting to leave the coalition, it should just go.
The Awang Selamat column is the editorial voice of Mingguan Malaysia, the weekend edition of the Utusan newspaper considered to be Umno's mouthpiece.
In 'Apa muslihat MCA' (What tricks are MCA up to?), Awang Selamat questioned the motive behind a just concluded online poll in MCA president Ong Tee Keat's website, which had 76% of the respondents voting that his party should leave BN.
Awang Selamat conjectured that the survey was a deceptive manoeuvre by MCA to pressure Umno but adding that such a strategy would not bear fruit as the flailing Chinese party is unable to counter the influence of DAP "which is so aggressive".
"Even with MCA's presence, there is no assurance that BN can win Chinese hearts (in the next general election)," commented Awang Selamat who also believed that it is of no consequence to Umno if MCA intends to withdraw and nor should the former attempt to prevent its departure – "why give face"?
Awang Selamat suggested that Umno might care to review the tried and tested BN methodology because "most importantly, Umno should not be so generous in trying to make a go of the power-sharing when the component parties are always applying pressure."
"They [the disgruntled Umno satellites] only want what's advantageous to them and are indeed 'too much'. What need is there for a power-sharing that is more beneficial to others?"
'Malays can't be silent anymore'
On the unity government talks, Awang Selamat referenced MCA's concern that an Umno-PAS merger will marginalize the minorities and said that any effort working on Malay unity is met with opposition because the non-Malays mostly want Malays "to continue to be weak and divided".
Taking up again the theme 'Melayu dikhianati?' that stirred controversy a fortnight ago, Awang Selamat asked: "Does this [hidden agenda] not carry the message that Malays are willing to let themselves be stabbed in the back ["betrayed"] after making all the sacrifices for the other races?"
He concluded: "There are so many issues currently confronting the Malays that the community cannot remain silent any longer and be content only to moan quietly".
Utusan is clearly fanning racial sentiments and deliberately racializing matters like Chin Peng's wish to return home. Its front page editorial cartoon featured a speech bubble with the snide remark, "Just appoint Chin Peng as PKR advisor …".
Putting in his two sen worth, Awang Selamat accused the Pakatan Rakyat supremo of trying to gain "political dividend" and Chinese support through his statement declaring that he [Anwar Ibrahim] did not want to see a situation where it is alright for a Malay communist to return but not for a Chinese communist to do the same.
Contrary to Anwar, Awang Selamat opined that any support for Chin Peng is "wicked" and [a threat] just as dangerous, if not more dangerous than the Malayan Communist Party (MCP) itself. The Utusan editorial then alluded to how betrayal can cause the downfall of one's race, and proceeded to ask rhetorically: "Who is the betrayer [of his race] in our era today?"
Powerful majority yet petulant
An anonymous Malaysian blogger thoughtfully pointed me to a commentary by American Glenn Greenwald, a political author on the New York Times bestseller list, which is similarly an apt reflection on Awang Selamat and his ilk.
Greenwald wrote:
"The most predominant mentality in right-wing discourse finds expression in this form: 'I am part of/was born into Group X, and Group X – my group – is better than all others yet treated so very unfairly." This claim persists – indeed, is often intensified – even when Group X is clearly the strongest, most privileged and most favoured group'."
In a previous article titled 'The right's two-pronged religion of rage and self-pity', Greenwald summarized:
"Petulance and self-pitying grievance is what fuels them. This endless need to self-victimize would be one thing if the groups to which they belonged were small minorities targeted by a hostile and more powerful majority. But the exact opposite is true. By and large, the groups to which they belong (and therefore see as oppressed and treated with unparalleled unfairness) are the most numerous and the most powerful in the country and always have been."
Awang Selamat's polemics on 'Malay generosity' and his scaremongering that others are hellbent on undermining the Malay race is reminiscent of what Greenwald terms that 'tribalistic self-absorption' which precludes any capacity for empathy.
The tribalistic self-absorption of Utusan Malaysia is evident in it incessantly playing up Chin Peng's ethnicity.
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim today admitted that there were attempt to get PKR lawmakers to abandon the party by Chinese New Year, claiming that the move was made with the backing of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

Anwar alleged that several MPs, including Indera Mahkota's Azan Ismail and Yusmadi Yusof of Balik Pulau, have been contacted by a Parti Cinta Malaysia official Huan Cheng Guan and Malaysian Ambassador to the United States Datuk Seri Jamaluddin Jarjis, who urged them to leave PKR.

"Because they did not entertain, the amount of money was never discussed," said Anwar after the PKR central committee meeting.

Both Azan and Yusmadi were at the four-hour meeting.

Anwar said he has yet to meet Bayan Baru MP Datuk Seri Zahrain Hashim, who is said to be leading a group of would-be defectors.

"I will only meet him next week but when I met him before the outburst I did not sense any unhappiness," said Anwar.

Zahrain, who called Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng "dictator" and "communist-minded", has been referred to the PKR disciplinary committee.


Azan Ismail

Meanwhile Azan told reporters the offer was made soon after he resigned as Pahang PKR deputy chief.
The Member of Parliament for Bayan Baru, Zahrain Mohd Hashim, has announced that he has ten Pakatan Rakyat Members of Parliament ready to follow him into Barisan Nasional.

Okay, he may have two or three; maybe even four; but certainly it is far from ten, as he claims.

Actually, the plan for Zahrain to jump was mooted quite a while ago. And, a few weeks ago, the final pieces were put in place. But he could not just make the move for no rhyme or reason. He needs a 'strong reason', a sort of 'due justification', to make the move or else he would look like an opportunistic scumbag and slime-ball.

And that was why he came out to openly whack the Chief Minister, Lim Guan Eng, and call him a dictator, Communist-minded, and whatnot.

He was hoping that Guan Eng would whack him back and challenge him to leave PKR and go join Umno or whatever. Then Guan Eng would be seen as an arrogant Chow Lang who 'forced' Zahrain out. Guan Eng would then be seen as the aggressor and Zahrain the victim.

But Guan Eng was smarter than they gave him credit for and he did not take the bait. He did not respond the way they hoped and expected. So the plan is now dead in the water. And if Zahrain makes his move then he would suffer a very serious credibility problem.

Time is running out for Zahrain. He needs this thing to happen as soon as possible, before the MACC catches up on him. It seems he has a lot of skeletons in the closet from his Umno days. The MACC has enough shit to send him to jail for 100 years. And only by jumping into Umno can he save his sorry arse. If he waits for the MACC to come arrest him and charge him for a dozen counts of corruption before he announces he is leaving PKR to join Umno it may be too late.

And he wants to offer some icing on the cake to make it more attractive to Umno. He wants to offer Umno a delicious 'package'. And that is why he announced he is able to bring ten other Pakatan Rakyat Members of Parliament together with him to join Barisan Nasional. And he is not talking about just Malay Members of Parliament but a couple of Chinese and Indians as well.

But all these Members of Parliament are what the Malays would call 'orang-orang yang bermasalah'. In English that means people with problems.

One is a Chinese Member of Parliament who accumulated loads of gambling debts. To pay off some of these gambling debts he borrowed a lot of money from the alongs (loan sharks) and they are now hounding him for the return of the money. He is under so much pressure he is even afraid to go home lest the alongs spot him and come knocking on his door.

Invariably, he needs a lot of money to pay off his gambling debts plus what he owes the alongs. And where to get the money other than from Barisan Nasional? So he is joining Zahrain's so-called 'exodus' in return for a big chunk of money, which will help pay off all his debts.

The trouble is, he not only needs a lot of money to service his debts and to keep the bill collectors and alongs off his back. He also needs money to finance his lifestyle of wine, women, song and casinos.

So, this is not only about paying off his debts. It is also about allowing him to continue his womenising and gambling because he is not ready to 'retire' just yet. He wants to continue enjoying his lifestyle — but only this time with enough money to finance that lifestyle.

Another Chinese Member of Parliament in this gang about to jump has two mistresses. Yes, that's right, you heard me right. Two mistresses! And one of these mistresses — who lives in Taman Tun Dr Ismail — has just given birth. So this Chinese Member of Parliament has just become a father of an illegitimate child and this has caused some problems for him.

Umno has threatened to expose him and to reveal his immoral lifestyle. What future will he have after that? So, to protect his secret and to ensure that Umno will not reveal the story about his mistresses and bastard child and whatnot, he needs to consider leaving Pakatan Rakyat and go join Barisan Nasional, maybe MCA, Gerakan or PPP.

So, as I said, those in the gang of ten that Zahrain said will join him in leaving Pakatan Rakyat to go join Barisan Nasional are orang-orang yang bermasalah.

Okay, so ten Pakatan Rakyat Members of Parliament are going to jump over to Barisan Nasional, said Zahrain (although I believe it is lesser than that). And if that happens then Barisan Nasional is going to gain back their two-thirds majority in Parliament. However, honestly, I don't care a damn. Let them leave even if that results in Barisan Nasional gaining back its two-thirds majority in Parliament.

We have to start talking about The New Order. And to achieve The New Order we need the Members of Parliament and State Assemblypersons to be people of a higher moral fibre. Pakatan Rakyat has to set certain benchmarks and establish a value system. And anyone who does not come up to the mark has to go.

Let us start talking about Politik Baru (New Politics). The old style politics of expediency and opportunity need to be abolished. And anyone who still plays by the old rules needs to be chopped off. Just kill them off and throw their bodies into the pigsty for the pigs to enjoy their dinner.

The people are totally fed up with what has been going on these last two years or so. They voted for change. They voted for a new government to see this change. But all they got was the same old shit packaged in a new bottle.

That was what they voted for on 8 March 2008? In that case why bother to vote for change? If we want Barisan Nasisonal style politics then just vote Barisan Nasional. Why vote Pakatan Rakyat if all you get is the same old shit?

But it takes two hands to clap. The rats can't play if not because the cat is away. And that is why these rats have become rodents of the worst kind — because the cat has gone to sleep.

And the 'cat' I am talking about is of course Anwar Ibrahim. Is it any coincidence that all these orang-orang yang bermasalah are those close to Anwar?

These orang-orang yang bermasalah have become a huge masalah because Anwar has done nothing about them. No doubt all these people have been problem people from the very beginning and in their 'previous life' in Umno or Barisan Nasional. But they are able to become a problem only because Anwar is allowing them to be a problem.

Anwar is beginning to become a liability to the opposition cause. Anwar can better serve the opposition cause by going to jail. At least in jail we can use Anwar as the icon of injustice and get some mileage out of his incarceration. With Anwar on the outside the opposition gains nothing.

What's the point of Anwar being on the outside if he does nothing? Better he go to jail. At least the opposition can benefit from it. That is what it has been reduced to. Anwar is more an asset dead than alive.

Can Zahrain maybe convince Anwar to join the gang of ten who are going to soon leave Pakatan Rakyat to join Barisan Nasional? That would be like killing two birds with one stone as far as I am concerned. The problem is solved and the one who is allowing the problem to perpetuate is also solved at the same time.

was RPK wishing for too much?


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Aiyaa...so easy la! Just blah aje la!

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 06:02 AM PST

Some news that might set some people's hearts a-flutter:

PKR perlu kaji kerjasama dengan DAP
(Utusan Malaysia) - Ahli Parlimen Bayan Baru, Datuk Seri Zahrain Mohamed Hashim menggesa kepimpinan tertinggi Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) mengkaji semula kedudukan dan kerjasama parti itu dengan DAP di Pulau Pinang.

Disgruntled opposition members invited to join Umno
(Bernama) - Umno and the BN are prepared to accept leaders and members of the opposition parties who are disillusioned with their parties' struggles, Umno information chief Ahmad Maslan said today.

Anwar reveals attempts to court PKR MPs
(Malaysian Insider) PETALING JAYA, Jan 31 - Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim today admitted that there were attempt to get PKR lawmakers to abandon the party by Chinese New Year, claiming that the move was made with the backing of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

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Aiyaa, so easy la the solution...

Mau belah? Blah la!

These dudes departure are absolutely no loss to the rakyat! If they cannot appreciate the wishes of the rakyat who put them in office in the first place, biarlah depa go and join the party that serves the interst of themselves! If that's what they really want, bloody heck, at least have the balls to say it and do it la! It's not like the rakyat is gonna be taken in by all this drama, right?

I really cannot stand these gutless chickens pretending to be so righteous when it's so obvious to the rakyat what they are really after!

So just leave already la! Mau pergi, pergilah! Good riddance to bad rubbish, I say! Just have mercy and save us the spectacle of yet another C-grade Malaysian political telenovela!

And there are more good reasons to just let these guys go:

1) The rakyat's victory was incomplete on March 08 anyway.
The rakyat did not get the alternative government they are yearning for in GE12. If these guys leave now, to join whatever non-PR party, will the rakyat be in risk of losing the alternative government they are yearning for?

No way la! There is NO alternative government in the first place! So...WHAT LOSS IS THERE IF THESE FELLAS LEAVE PR? So blah sajalah!

2) Better to spring clean now than let these dudes scupper GE13
Thanks to Najib's ruthless but ultimately short-sighted political strategies, that the weak links in PR are being increasingly exposed to the rakyat. Is this bad?

No way la! If the PR wants to have a better chance at GE13, they better field a better group of candidates! And dudes such as Zul, Zahrain, and all the other problem reps (or those like them) have no such place in Malaysians' hearts anymore. Make no mistake, if they ARE fielded again, they will NOT win! So if they go now, better still! Don't waste the time of the rakyat and sincere party members!

3) Prove to the rakyat you're serious about change
The PR fellas better wake up to the fact that the rakyat did not vote FOR PAS/DAP/PKR. Many merely wanted to mark a protest vote AGAINST the BN. The surprise package was the 5 states that BN lost. Suddenly, government change seemed possible. But is the PR up to it?

No way la! If they keep pussyfooting around their discipline problems and continue to try to pretend that all is well, we will know that the top PR honchos - specifically ANWAR - have no balls to do what's right. If that's the calibre of the PR's top leaders, how can they be expected to do what's right for the country? Our country is in such a shit hole that it's going to have to go through a period of painful realignment. If these fellas don't even dare to realign their own party members, how are they gonna deal with a corrupt and aggressive Opposition and a hostile civil service if they are in Federal power?

At least Lim Kit Siang has the honesty to admit PR's problems. We've yet to hear anything from Ustaz Hadi and Anwar. Although the way they handle the outspoken bigots and blatant opportunists in their party tell a lot about their alignments and (in)abilities to lead their party, much less a country! So let them go to prove you are serious to bring about positive change to the country!

So go ahead and let UMNO/BN have the riffraff. We the rakyat don't mind. We haven't got what we wanted yet. So a few fellas leaving is no loss. In fact, there is everything to gain from this!


"Putera-Putera Barisan Nasional" VS "Keris"

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 02:57 AM PST


More photo inside...

Di Perhimpunan Perkasa...


Di Perhimpunan UMNO...




Di Perhimpunan Gerakan...




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Is Lim Guan Eng 'communist-minded'?

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 02:28 AM PST

Industry, thrift and self-control are not sought because they create wealth, but because they create character - Calvin Coolidge

The story of PKR is a sad one. Eons ago we were already aware it would turned out to be the weakest link in Pakatan Rakyat. Now, almost everyone, save the hard core members and the true believers, has acknowledged this truth. Anwar Ibrahim himself has also admitted to this some weeks ago.

The current crisis in Pakatan is that the implosion of PKR has led to significant collateral damage to the other component parties, both PAS and DAP. We have recently witnessed PKR's Kulim Wonder savaging Khalid Samad and inexplicably, as if he is an UMNO member, reporting the latter to the police. Then we have PKR sour-grape Zahrain Hashim bad mouthing Lim Guan Eng, way over the top by grubbily labelling Lim as 'communist-minded'.

The problem within PKR started with the expulsion of Anwar Ibrahim from UMNO. His followers left UMNO as well; some were true believers whilst others were just opportunists in his faction but were placed in untenable position with Anwar's exit from the party. The more enterprising 'survivors' of this pack have managed to worm their way back into UMNO again, and one even manages to become a Minister in the inner cabinet wakakaka.

Nonetheless the core of PKR has been and is essentially made up of former UMNO members (note I didn't use the term 'ex UMNO' wakakaka), people who had been indoctrinated with the UMNO-ish attitude and 'expectation'.


Relax Kulim Wonder, I believe you're from PAS so this doesn't apply to you wakakaka.

I am not insulting all UMNO members but let's be frank, many (though not all) UMNO members join the party to benefit from it – business opportunities, government contracts, official appointments, positions, etc.

This is what I mean by the 'expectation' of (most) UMNO members.

Many of those PKR members who were formerly from UMNO carried this 'expectation' across with them into KeADILan (predecessor to PKR). They had expected Anwar Ibrahim to be swiftly reinstated back into his rightful position as No 1 in UMNO.

Alas, their dream, hopes and indeed 'expectation' were well and truly screwed by Dr Mahathir and of course the other anti-Anwar factions in UMNO who successfully blocked out Anwar. I understand there were many in UMNO who were terrified of Anwar's fierce and feral faction, so it won't be surprising if they were the true architect behind Anwar's downfall.

Anyway, KeADILan-PKR (excluding those well-meaning people from originally PRM who joined PKR) had only a single objective, to get Anwar back into power, preferably via UMNO or if necessary by their new party, of course in order for them to realize their 'expectation'.


And that has been why many termed KeADILan as a single-issue party, namely, to get Anwar Ibrahim back into power. Gerakan Anti Najib (G.A.N) had been part and parcel of their manoeuvre, for between Anwar and the No 1 position (initially just No 2) in UMNO stood Najib Razak.

Then surprisingly, 08 March 08 happened - shock initially but followed swiftly by ecstatic jubilation. Even though it wasn't yet full control of the federal government, a State here and there (and there were 3, Selangor, Perak and Penang – sorry, can't touch those held by PAS) could partially, nay, actually substantially fulfill many of their (UMNO-ish) 'expectation'.

This time it's not Dr Mahathir who blocked their aspirations but blokes like Lim GE, Nizar and Khalid Ibrahim wakakaka!

Of course the cake goes to tight-assed Lim GE who won't even countenance giving away State honours of datukship wakakaka, so how could he ever play footsies by rewarding Pakatan-PKR leaders with 'guaranteed' contracts.

Lim is like a Himalayan sadhu (ascetic) who has reincarnated into a Spartan-like accountant wakakaka, with a pedantic penchant for tightfisted proper accountability and transparency. He has a thrifty lifestyle like … well … almost like Mother Teresa and detests corruption and wasteful spending and is so proper with his State ledger book that sometimes his staff scream … silently, wakakaka.

And on those rare occasions when he treated his staff out to dinner (with his personal allowance), he was said to go into a post-dinner traumatic shock for several days ;-).

If his frugal habits are deemed as communist-minded, wakakaka, then I have to concede maybe Lim is ;-)

Frugality may be termed the daughter of Prudence, the sister of Temperance, and the parent of Liberty - Samuel Johnson


KU LI - KELANTAN OIL ROYALTY - WHAT IS RAIS TALKING?

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 04:53 AM PST


Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, aslo known popularly as Ku Li, a UMNO veteran and Member of Parliament for Gua Musang, spoke to a huge crowd of Kelantanese about the oil royalty that the Federal government have to honour in lieu of the Petrolieum Development Act.

Watch and listen to his speech in 4 parts:





Looking at the way Ku Li explained, Kelantan government should be paid the oil royalty without further reference.

Now, the BN federal government has agreed to give RM20 Million by March 2010. Is this the correct amount due as per the agreement made?

Further more, the Kelantan State government must be given the 5% oil royalty payment and not to a body managed by UMNO.

There was a statement in the medias that Datuk Seri Utama Rais Yatim claiming that Tengku Razaleigh is wrong in his address and that the Act does not cover oil or gas found after a certain distance from the States? Tengku Razaleigh was the founder Chairman of Petronas in 1970's and he was then instructed by the then premier, Tun Abdul Razak to formulate the law to govern oil exploration in Malaysia. Can Tengku Razaleigh be wrong to what he said.

Tengku Razaleigh further claimed that 'wang ehsan' as payment by federal government to Kelantan and Terengganu is actually illegal by law and is not in accordance to the Act.

What is UMNO trying to do - trying to frighten everyone, so that Malaysia will be doom.


Ayam berkelahi dengan Kambing

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 01:45 AM PST


Si kambing mengatakan ayam itu walaupun cantik, dengan balungnya yang lawa dan sedap bunyi kokokannya tetapi sayang ayam tidak berkasut.

Ayam pula kata kambing, walaupun berbulu halus dan cantik dengan tanduk yang gagah dan berkasut pula, tetapi ayam menganggap kambing tidak mempunyai sifat malu kerana menampakkan telornya berbuai-buai dan badan yang berbau busuk.

Kambing lagi berkata, "walaupun telor aku berbuai-buai setidak-tidaknya aku ada telor, tapi ayam jantan tu tak bertelor".
Mahu tahu si ayam jantan dan si kambing dalam cerita ini, sila ke blog Aspan Alias sini.


SABM Roadshow Ipoh

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 01:56 AM PST

It's about the cradle and the grave.



Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia brings its Roadshow to the noble state of Perak.

Date: Feb 6, 2010 (Saturday)
Time: 2pm-7pm
Venue: Hotel Excelsior, 43 Jalan Sultan Abd Jalil, Ipoh

Topics:
 the founding of the nation: the truth
Fahmi Reza
 human beings, all born free and equal
Jahaberdeen Mohd Yunoos
Azmi Sharom
 nation in distress?
 did we let it happen?
 this is my home. i care. i want to make it better.
Haris Ibrahim

It's a line-up of excellent speakers and it's coming right to your doorstep, folks.

Don't just bring yourself - bring your friends, family and pet turtle if you have to. See you there.


Rais Yatim burning bridges with Kelantanese

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 07:43 AM PST

Dato Seri Utama Dr Haji Rais bin Yatim, is a well known man. Nobody can complete his day without watching him on TV screen, and that is his ultimate.

I seldom miss watching him on screen while enjoying attending live concerts and giving away prizes to beautiful artists at Angkasapuri. I know he enjoys his job very much.

I wish to have a job like his but I know it is just a wild day dream for me.

He is well known for burning his bridge in 1987 after believing that Mahathir could be toppled by the UMNO General Assembly to add a new lease of his political life, by allying with the team B in the tensed party election.

BUT his bet didn't pay him as he had to be out in oblivion for slightly more than a decade without anyone giving him a wink while then and started his maneuvering and meandering in politics to regain his positions he used to enjoy.

He regretted a lot for allying with team B, not like TR and the rest in the team who took it as part and parcel of democracy. Losing and winning run in parallel and the team took it as it was.

Rais started building back his bridge even while he was in the opposition and when his party S46, was disbanded and all its members joined UMNO, his move to rebuild his bridge became more expedient and convenient.

He succeeded and now his is back in front of the camera which he rejoices it glaringly.

The bridge that he rebuilt has to be taken with good care and he never want to burn it anymore like what he did 23 years ago.

To him the lesson and cost of burning the bridge was too dear to pay, and it will never happen again…swear…not again. It was not easy to rebuild it.

BUT now he is back in the lime light but this time he burns his bridge with the poor and the proletariat of Kelantan and his outburst against TR is definitely part of his move to insulate his esteemed and glamorous position in the government.

Taking the statement of TR that was misquoted by the media in the year 2000 as a very expedient and neat for him to impress the person whoever he wants to impress and to be looked tall among the rest of the present lineup.

Obviously he has done a very lengthy home work as it not an easy task to find fault in TR as far as the oil issue is concerned.

He does not focus on the reality of facts that the agreement between PETRONAS and all the States is real and to decide replacing the Royalty payment with Wang Ehsan to the people is a direct collision with the agreement inked by the State governments including Kelantan with that National Petroleum corporation.

There is a move to put Kelantanese in isolation by the Federal leaders and it is too obvious and observable.

The same contents in the agreement was signed by Sarawak and Sabah and these 2 states enjoy the Royalty even while Sabah was under opposition rule under Joseprh Pairin.Sabah is paid with Royalty without exertion. Why the difference?

Why didn't Rais help to enlighten the people on the street to answer why the leaders at the Federal are so paranoid and unreasonable with the Kelantanese, but instead focus in attending to the misquoted statement of Tengku Razaleigh in 2000?

Rais must answer why he and the rest up there exercise double standard in the application of Law and in particular over this simple verbaged agreement?

Why are the Federal leaders too obsessed in getting at Kelantanese and to apply vengeful acts against them just because they are not supporting BN in the General Elections?

Please appreciate that the agreement was between Petronas and the government of the day not with UMNO.

Does it occur in the mind of these leaders that the rakyat is not prepared to be deceived any longer and their irritations is building up watching and witnessing the Federal Government's attempt to find ways and means to read laws only to their ungainly interpretation.

Where is the 1Malaysia, when Sabah and Sarawak is treated differently, and Kelantan has to be reprimanded for not voting for the mismanaged BN government?

What wrong has the Kelantanese done to the country? What right has the BN Federal Government done to the Kelantanese PAS Government?

Why the Federal Malay leaders are so obsessed in hating the people of Kelantan and making use of the Mustapha Mohammad and Awang Adek to deceive their own people?

Don't these 2 leaders have a bit of guilt being sycophants at the expense of their own people they claim to lead?

Does Rais see this in real and actual perspective? Where has the knowledge of Law which somebody has gone up to the optimum level of studies in the field gone to?

I appreciate the problem faced by the Mustapaha. He is torn in between the wants of his own Kelantanese voters and the ill intentions of their bosses in Kuala Lumpur.

BUT in this situation he should be prepared to sacrifice. If he chooses to take care of his own personal position he is taking Kelantanese as his sacrificial lamb.

So UMNO leaders of Kelantan must be prepared to tell the Federal leaders that they want the oil Royalty which is provided by the agreement and that is the main purpose of being an UMNO leader.

AND Rais who is already at this current age should also share the burden to advice the leadership what BN can expect if they go against the very basic need of the people and in this, the Kelantanese.

Tengku Razaleigh has done it. He has resigned to the fact that he has to accept the slogan 'rakyat didahulukan' as Najib has been selling since his ascendance to the Premiership…and why he (Najib) is not applying it like TR does?

Was he just selling the slogan for his own rhetoric? To Dr Rais Yatim I have a short line of reminder for him, 'They who act without sufficient thoughts will often fall into unsuspected danger'.


Thanks everyone……………………………………..Aspan Alias


Political “Trojan Horse..??”

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 12:23 AM PST


Whatever names you want to call it it seems that the defeated Deputy Presidential candidate was a "Perfect Pawn and a Perfect Ploy by Mawan to get rid of the Trojan Horses within SPDP. Its already out in the open and those who have fallen down the wayside or have their days numbered are followers of  Slyvester Entri these people whose names are inscribed in SPDP as instigators are Tiki,Paulus, Gani, Garai,Ida,Kilat and a few others. Nansian and Rosey took the olive branch but wil they survive..??

audie61 crew were informed and told in so many words that Philip Ngo was the Perfect Person to drive the knife in. What is this about him saying,'But I chose not to retaliate and simply swallowed the bitter pills…??"I take responsibilty for my own action.I reiterated I am my own man and I choose to remain a loyal member of the party."

 The unhappy Mawans aide said,"What nonsense is he saying as he came out and openly fought against the Deputy President and went against Mawans and Tiongs wishes of Status Quo.  Is he trying to tell us that Mawan all along was instrumental in pitting him against Nyarok.? Or was it Slyvester..? There is no middle ground and if there is he better join DAP who is preaching the middle ground concept. we are 1Malaysia and Philip better make it clear or else his days in SPDP are also as good as numbered. Unless Mawan decides to take him in or he will be worse than a Traitor let alone a Trojan Horse and a Perfect Ploy.

Will we able to trusts him again..? He should have kept quiet and knowing he is not a wanted man in SPDP he decides to come out with a statement. Isn't he Slyvester closest ally and where was he when Entri needed him with a SHOW OF SUPPORT..?   He should just say I am SPDP and also all the way with the President Mawan.No need to twists and turn and try to paint a picture of innocence.

The SundayPosts  headlines,'Put SPDP unity above personal interests" must have irked many. Philip has already gone against the wishes of the hierarchy in the first place and who is he to preach SPDP Unity..? The aide conclude ,"Philip is no angel though……………….."


iPhone Video Test

Posted: 30 Jan 2010 11:59 PM PST

It is now officially Datuk RockyBru, congratulations!

Posted: 31 Jan 2010 05:10 AM PST

It is now Datuk Rocky Bru plus the long hair!


From tomorrow onward Ahirudin Attan, aka Rocky Bru aka Rocky will officially be a Datuk.
He will be conferred a Datukship, Darjah Kebesaran Panglima Mahkota Wilayah (PMW) bearing the title Datuk, and this is long awaited, as far as I am concerned, for my good friend he should have been conferred this title a long time ago.
But then he had a lot of enemies in top places, but today his fortune has been reversed. I also hope that the people at the NSTP to drop charges against Rocky which were brought against him as a blogger by the former management. Rocky is being sued by former NSTP deputy chairman Datuk Kalimullah Hassan; former chief executive officer of NSTP, Syed Faisal Albar; former group editor in chief Datuk Hishamuddin Aun, and former group editor Brendan Pereira. Well done Mo! We are proud of you!


Steve Job, Saddam Hussein & Mahathir Mohamed

Posted: 30 Jan 2010 10:18 PM PST

In Silicon Valley,




In 'Banana Republic'



Comparison terms used above are never legally proven on the surviving 'Good Guy', who is also accused as an immigrant hailed from Kerala, India and who has been calling himself a 'native' of Malaya eversince he found a loophole in the Constitution of Malaysia, where such exploitation has been rampant among the a samll group of immigrants, particularly those from the Indian continent and some non-Arab middle eastern coolies such as those from destitute desert like Yemen (people there still earn less then $1 a day in 2010!) who even call themselves 'Descendants of the Prophet' when they are not even Arab!

These buggers have been asking the 'genetically inferior' local asses to 'murder' other minorities because they are all 'immigrants'!

Although the 'Keralan'  has never been convicted of any wrongdoings (but he has been officially found guilty of screwing up the judiciary of Malaysia by a Royal Commission!) not because he is innocent,and he is always perceived as guilty of all the accusations which he himself never once deny. The only reason why he still can behave like God (given the fact that no one will believe he is innocent as proven by the latest $100B squander book by one unemployed ex-journo of WSJ) is simply because the legal system of Bolehland is no longer boleh ie, no longer functioning after being screwed for a prolong period of  time. Not only that, the biggest problem is virtually all those in the administration are, again strictly baseless allegation only, so heavily indulged in corruption that they practically eat corruption, drink corruption, and sleep corruption 24/7. But this is understandable given the fact that they were all brought up during the 'Corrupt Revolution' championed by you know who where one's success is measured by how corrupt you are ... the more corrupt the merrier!

I don't know what to make up of a place where it is constantly ruled by a few immigrants who called themselves 'native' just because they are wiling to slice off their dick skin, and then keep inciting hatred among the populace, basically brainwashing the majority to keep breeding irresponsibly like vermin and regards the minorities as a threat ... I don't want to know, because that all will soon become history if the God I have been in contact is not a delusion . All I know is I have been commanded by God to execute Plan C when the time comes. The beauty is I don't have to do much about Plan C because I really don't have much role to play in Plan C. You know why? I don't want leave you in suspense. I'd tell you the truth: Because Plan C is planned by His Almighty. That much I can tell you for now.

Also, for the local native asses: Have you ever wonder why don't the minorities all slice their dick off (sorry, I mean just the skin) given the fact that they all know how they are being discriminated, disadvantaged and every so often, demonized as long as the bloody skin is still attach to the head of their dicks? Trust me, it;s in your best interest to find out, because this is something Mamak and fake descendants of the Prophet will never tell you why.

God bless.


Kenyataan Khalid Samad Berkaitan keputusan JK Disiplin

Posted: 30 Jan 2010 09:48 PM PST

NOTA EDITOR: Berikut adalah kenyataan Khalid Samad berkaitan dengan keputusan JK Disiplinj baru-baru ini. Saya cuma ingin meminta Khalid Samad bersabar dan ketahui bahawa beratus ribu penyokong berdoa dan mahukan keadilan. Ingatlah bahawa Allah SWT mendengar doa orang yang dizalimi. Allah itu Maha Adil dan Maha Mendengar.

Selamat membaca.


Keputusan JK Displin
Saturday, January 30, 2010

Jawatan Kuasa Disiplin PAS telah mengambil keputusan untuk mengantung jawatan-jawatan dalam parti yang sedang saya sandang selama 6 bulan. Jawatan berkenaan adalah sebagai YDP kawasan Shah Alam dan sebagai ahli Lujnah Politik PAS Pusat. Sebenarnya, saya sememangnya tidak pernah mementingkan jawatan. Ada atau tidak, sama sahaja bagi saya. Yang penting, perjuangan perlu diteruskan. Kalau bukan sebagai seorang 'Jeneral', maka sebagai seorang askar biasa. Kalau Khalid Al-Walid suatu ketika dahulu pun sanggup, mengapa tidak Khalid Samad?

Ada juga yang bertanya tidakkah saya merasa kecewa? Mengapa pula saya perlu merasa kecewa? Keputusan sudah dibuat dan insyaAllah saya terima dengan hati terbuka. Ramai yang tidak sedar, tetapi pada hakikatnya matlamat minima saya telah pun tercapai. Tindakan Dato PJ selama ini yang saya tentang secara terbuka telah diisytihar SALAH dan beliau telah diberi amaran keras serta seterusnya dilarang mengeluarkan kenyataan yang bercanggah dan menjejas PR Selangor. Beliau tidak boleh lagi memberikan gambaran bahawa tindakan beliau direstui oleh pemimpin tertinggi. Ahli BPPNS harap ambil perhatian tentang perkara ini.

Ya betul, jawatan saya digantung tetapi itu tidak sepenting mendapat kata dua berhubung sikap dan tindakan Dato PJ selama ini. Jawatan digantung 6 bulan. Dasar perkukuhkan PR akan dipertahankan selagi mana PAS bersama PR.

Harap semua faham, saya dikenakan tindakan kerana cara saya menegur Dato PJ dianggap memudaratkan PAS. Mungkin betul, mungkin tidak. Namun saya telah lama berusaha sebelum itu, secara dalaman, secara surat kepada pihak atasan tetapi semuanya tidak berhasil. Budaya wala' terlalu menebal. Menghampiri ketaatan membuta tuli. Akhirnya saya tiada pilihan kecuali berhadapan perbalahan secara terbuka. Memang mengikut budaya Malaysia, apabila melawan 'tauke' kuli yang akan kena. Ikut macam mana pun pasti akan kena. Tetapi kali ini 'tauke' pun kena juga. Walaupun hanya sedikit tetapi pada saya sudah mencukupi. Kalau terus dengan cara lamanya, saya tidak akan menyanggahnya lagi. Saya sendiri yang akan buat Laporan kepada JK Disiplin. Seperti yang dibuatnya terhadap saya dalam kes ini. Itu caranya dan kita lihat pula sejauhmana kesungguhan amaran yang diberi.

Apabila menentukan sesuatu tindakan, saya telah diajar melakukan 'risk analisis' terlebih dahulu. Risikonya diketahui dan saya mengambil risiko tersebut kerana ada peluang yang baik untuk mencapai hasil. Seperti yang dijangka saya diadu kepada JK disiplin. Saya tidak mengadunya kepada JK Disiplin, pihak lain yang berbuat demikian. Risiko diambil dengan penuh sedar. Kesan datang melanda kita terima kerana memang telah dijangka. Namun hasilnya turut diraih.

PAS sememangnya mementingkan disiplin ahli, ketaatan kepada pemimpin, thiqah dan wala'. Saya tahu semua itu, tetapi semua telah saya usahakan. Bukan semakin baik, semakin parah. Akhirnya saya tiada pilihan kecuali melakukan apa yang pasti sukar diterima parti. Walaupun berasas tetapi akan dilihat melanggar disiplin. Ketua pemanah meninggalkan Bukit Uhud. Yang membantah dan menghalang dianggap melanggar disiplin jemaah kerana membantah dengan cara yang kasar.

Ada pula yang bertanya, adakah saya akan merayu? Saya masih belum lagi memutuskannya. Mungkin tidak. Seperti Saidatina Aisyah dalam kisah fitnah terhadapnya. Memadai dengan saya meyakini bahawa saya bertindak demi PAS dan PR. Lagipun, seperti yang telah saya nyatakan, jawatan itu tidak penting. Hendak merayu buat apa? PRU 13 semakin hampir. Bersama kita terus asak UMNO sehingga mereka tersungkur. Itu prioriti kita yang perlu dilakukan tanpa adanya kenyataan-kenyataan yang akhirnya akan menyulitkan diri kita sendiri.

WaLlahu 'Alam
KHALID SAMAD


DATUK SERI S SAMY VELLU - ALL SMILES

Posted: 30 Jan 2010 09:43 PM PST


Datuk Seri S Samy Vellu, the President of MIC looked very happy and smiling during the Thaipusam celebrations at Batu Caves on Friday when Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak made his first official visit at about 9.10pm to greet devotees and well-wishers by annoucing that Malaysia respects all faiths and will seriously look at the plights of Indians, who claim that they have been marginalised.

The presence of more than a million people at Batu Caves clearly shows the commitment of the Indian community to Malaysia, while making Batu Caves a major tourist site that foreign tourist must visit when they are in Malaysia.

The MIC have been struggling to recapture the confidence of the Indians after their disastrous defeat during the March 8 general elections in 2008 where we saw Datuk Seri Samy and his strongmen losing at the elections.

Since then, Datuk Seri Samy had been actively trying to win the confidence of his Indian community by working closely with the grassroot.

Although after 'losing the power' Datuk Seri Samy have been trying his best to get the national BN leaders to recognise that the Indian community needs help and with the presence of PM Datuk Seri Najib, Datuk Seri Samy and his MIC could convince the Indians that the federal government is seriously looking at their grouses and have started providing incentives to raise the living standards of the Indian community in Malaysia.

Even the recent visit to India by Datuk Seri Samy and PM Datuk Seri Najib was disrupted by HINDRAF launching a smear campaign to demand that certain actions be taken by the Indian authorities if the Malaysian government did not address the local Indian grouses.

Indians may just comprise of 8% of the populace but at almost every voting area, the Indian votes are the crucial deciding votes as to who wins. Since this crucial status, and after having been negelected for so many years, Indians were force to 'openly' stage street demonstrations and hunger strikes to show that their plight had been negelected.

The ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) federal government does blame the MIC for negelecting their community but since they are a 'big' component partner, the government has decided to 'bail' them by offering special incentives that could uplift the community and also in order for the community to have continued trust and confidence in MIC to look into their grouses.

The most important and crucial question asked is : Have the Indians' confidence and trust towards BN and MIC recaptured.

The answer would not be an easy one to answer now. Time is needed since most of the grouses are still not fulfilled or in the implementation stage and the incentives have still not been fully materialised.

But one thing is noted, Datuk Seri Samy and his MIC are gaining grounds, but how effective it is, only time will tell.


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