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Posted: 30 May 2010 11:42 AM PDT
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Posted: 30 May 2010 09:34 AM PDT
Trust in Khalid Ibrahim, says Anwar Ibrahim
Anwar: Trust in Khalid Ibrahim
By Asrul Hadi Abdullah Sani (in Kota Bharu)
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim today urged PKR members to have patience and confidence in Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, who faced criticism for mishandling the state.
Khalid has been under heavy scrutiny from his own party congress here after PKR's loss in the Hulu Selangor by-election and a sand mining scandal. Several delegates have said that Khalid should be replaced if he is not capable of managing the country's most industrialised state.
Anwar defended his close ally and said that Khalid was a "sincere and clean" leader. "When someone asked me how do I measure someone's credibility? I said that it is very hard to some a leader who is sincere and clean. Where his record is clean and not corrupt," the PKR de facto leader said when closing the congress.
He did admit that the state was plagued with problems. "I invited Tan Sri Khalid to join the party, two year later we see problems. What you don't know is that he does not have the absolute power as the mentri besar. Every step taken there is problems from the University to government agencies.
"We still have problems with religious council. I do not want to use this as an excuse for our not performing because to the rakyat, we cannot say that we have problems. The people want solution. That is why the problem has to be solved," he said.
Anwar said that slow implementation of policies in Selangor was due to the country's stagnant economy. "The main problem is the slow implementation of the economic policies because the country's dismal economy, investments is not coming in. Therefore Selangor must be more aggressive to ensure that projects approval will be expedited," he said.
The former deputy prime minister also admitted that he needs to perform better as the state's economic advisor. However he said that the Selangor government has fulfilled its promise of clean government.
"If someone asks me how to evaluate the performance of Tan Sri Khalid or Pakatan Rakyat, what we will say is that the first thing that we promised is a clean and transparent government. With that we defend that Khalid has been successful.
"This is the most important issue because the country is broken due to corruption. This country is broken because ministers and mentri besar take people's money, shares, land and timber. This is our war because of corrupted leaders that steal from the people. This is will not happen under Tan Sri Khalid. We must explain this matter to the public," he said.
Anwar also agreed with the delegates demands that the state appoint party members to local government. "I agree with the delegates but the candidate must be qualified. The candidate must only be a professional but have a clean track record. And we must be confident with the candidate because when he is at the helm of any GLCs, he would not be corrupt. We must give space to Tan Sri Khalid to ensure the right candidate," he said.
Earlier, party president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail reiterated the need for the members to patient with Khaild.
"Like any renovation, we must do it slowly. If we want to do a proper renovation then we have to do many things. So give him time, please be patient," she said.
Dr Wan Azizah also warned that party should not be blinded with Putrajaya and not forget the root of their struggle. "I want to give one message that we all have a stake in this party, you are not mere audience. How are you going to contribute to our struggle? Allah can't change our fate, only we can" she said.
She also had a light moment with the delegates and joked about Anwar. "Syamsul Iskandar earlier said that Anwar belongs to party. Anwar belongs to the people. Hey, he is my man lah," she said.
Later during a press conference, Anwar said that the party will be looking to strengthening its leadership. "I will discuss with President and deputy president on how we could strengthen the party leadership with new appointments. We will discuss on certain duties in several committees. We will decide on this matter in the next few days," he said.
Posted: 30 May 2010 08:49 AM PDT
I was with a buddy who wanna become a BUMmer like YL, the journo, or Desi the blogger.
I *gas/guess BUM2010 did win one/wan convert, so it was worth my THREE MONTHS' **bumMY/balmy efforts with loss of sleep, loss of aMore white hair, et al. Okay, wrong phrase, et cetera (etc) for "et al".
NB which is short for Nota Bene, which translates into "Note": The* and ** are examples of what I call DDC -- Da Desi Code, a term of endearment bestowed/levied on YL, the knotty poet-aSspirnt which I described myself in my profile. Go see, you raise the number of unique log-ins to my five-year-old Blog by one, which enhances my value on Google.com by at least one dollar, if not, one ringgit, otherwise/vice, OneRupiah also ***can/cun.
I don't exactly know the meaning of ***cun, but I see a lot on Bloggers, mostly femail/female and
to be contended, usually unemployed; actual;y a past UMNO -- oh, no! -- minister did say that: these bus-boied mostly of the fairER sex don't hold a paying job, hence they have the time/dime to blog!:) OR :(
For newbies to symbols,:) means a smile; :( means s scowl, and being a true blood democrat, Desi likes to leave the cjoice tomy ER. Okay, you Ignoramuses, ER is not that TV episode you weekly glue thy eyes on revolving around the General's emergency Room, it's Desi's short for "esteemed readers" which the blardy writHer confesses he sometimes/mosttimes doesn't mean it! :) OR :(:(
To be continued for mGf freshie BUMmer's sake later, when I feel like it, or InsyaAllah, I am moved by that eboy offer of 20million...I look at my Marketing Manager/ress's direction; he/she didn't wave...
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Pedestrian Infidel wishes the men and women of the US Armed Forces special thanks for their heroism and sacrifice. Let us not forget the guarantors of freedom this year and in the years to come.
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Posted: 30 May 2010 07:25 AM PDT
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Posted: 30 May 2010 06:25 AM PDT
Posted: 30 May 2010 06:11 AM PDT
Oleh Anak Mami
Kalau kita nak soalkan Melayu sejauhmanakah Islam mendatangkan manfaat kepada kaum Melayu? Khasnya Islam memperngaruhi mentality atau corak pemikiran Melayu sendiri.
Secara keseluruhannya, Islam tidak mengajar umatnya menjadi fanatic dan ekstremist, islam juga tiada mengajar umatnya cendorong ke penpenjuru, begitu juga keindahan islam telah dicemari oleh melayu sendiri, baca lah artikel
In lah sikap melayu yang selalu salah mengintepretasikan ajaran islam, mereka ingin memaparkan diri sebagai pejuang Islam, wira islam tanpa memikirkan silap laku yang cerminkan oleh diri mereka.
Pengarang artikel ini, telalu gamak ingin jadi wira islam, ingin menjerjaki syurga akhirat nanti, sehingga menjadikan dirinya begitu over sensitive terhadap perbangunan produk, perkembangan dan kemajuan social masyarakat. Ini lah gelagat Melayu Islam yang benggang, benggong, bahlol. Otak kantoi, apa boleh buat ?? mereka menggunakan Islam sebagai senjata untuk menjatuhkan kaum kafir dan memburukkan kafiraun, ini lah sikap Melayu yang suka suka merendahkan nama kaum kafir. Seolah olah menganggap diri datang dari mahligai . Mereka memaparkan bangsa Melayu adalah bangsa yang paling alim di bumi, Bangsa Melayu lah bangsa yang paling mendekati Allah.
Kasut Crocs buatan Malaysia, juga menimpa bencana apabila melayu Islam cuba menggunakan isu keagamaan menjatuhkan atai memboikot produk, nampaklah cuba sedaya upaya menggaibkan dan mengaitkan isu Kalimah Allah, mengwar warkan isu dikalangan masyarakat. Adakah ini ajaran Islam yang mengajar umatnya berfikiran kolot?? Tanpa merasai tingkah laku sedemikian adalah bercanggah dengan Islam?? – Fitnah tanpa batasan !! sikap keutamaan Melayu !
Nampak lah dengan jelas , Melayu Islam ini sedaya upaya menjadikan Kalimah Allah sepadan dengan bentuk buaya , logo crocs. Apa yang melucukan Melayu ingin menyamakan Kalimah Allah berbentuk buaya. mereka mencari ruang untuk mengkritik tanpa otak rasional, memang pun pengarang ini sebagai ustaz, maksudnya orang yang berkelayakan dalam isu keagamaan, tetapi malangnya menggunakan Islam sebagai senjata untuk menjatuhkan Crocs, sesenangnya melemparkan fitnah tanpa bukti yang kukuh, memerangsangkan melayu hangat hati keatas produk crocs,. Sehingga membawa barangan produk ini mengalami kemorosotan pasaran.
Adakah sebagai sepasang kasut berjenama crocs yang berlogo buaya telah menepati syarat syarat sebagai musuh Islam?? Ini lah Melayu Islam yang berhati busuk dengan sikap dengki keatas kecapaian non muslim. Sayang nya Melayu Islam ini tidak memikirkan caramana untuk bertanding dalam pasaran, bertanding dalam pasaran , Cuma harapkan subsidi untuk menyara hidup. Dengan mudahnya menggunakan pemikiran kolot ini hingga memboikot barangan non muslim..
Sikap Melayu Islam yang banggang , benggang dan bahlol tetap menghadapi zaman perubahan, tanpa sedari mereka terapung apung dalam zaman perubahan dan tidak menyesuaikan diri dalam keadaan ini. Dengan mudahnya menganggapkan segala yang tersentuh dengan Islam sudah layak jadi isu… Pordah !!
Nampaknya ramai ustaz ustaz terlalu lapang dan tiada apa yang patut buat, cuba kita tanyakan ustaz bahlol ini, isu judi bola, isu rasuah,. Isu kemiskinan Melayu, isu remaja buang bayi, isu remaja melayu konngkek merata rata, isu melayu zina, isu kemorosotan akhlak dan morality kenapa tidak disentuh , Cuma nak kaitkan logo crocs dengan Kalimah Allah ？？ woit Melayu Islam… tanyalah diri, bila boleh bertanding dengan bangsa lain??
Posted: 30 May 2010 06:07 AM PDT
Oleh Barisan Pendekar Melayu Haprak
Isu jusi bola telah memanaskan hati Melayu
Di mana puak puak Islamiah dengan imej kopiah putih, janggut kelihatan seolah olah manusia alim yang betentangan , berlawan dengan iblis syaitan.
Geng ini lah, geng melayu sedar, geng ini lah takut takutkan anak muda mereka akan jadi kaki judi, geng ini lah takut melayu porak peranda, sekurang kurangnya mereka sedar masyarakat Melayu mula hilang identiti kemelayuannya.
Geng ini lah berpusu pusu menyedarkan masyarakat melayu bahawa sahnya akhlak dan moraliti Melau merosot hingga tahap yang mendugakan. Geng ini lah katut remaja Melayu akan pencuri, hutang along, remaja melayu jadi perlacur .......... so mula lah tunjuk perasaan.
Kala kita pandang ke Isu kepala lembu, Geng Melayu yang bersongkok tinggi, songkok hitam, berpakaian barat dengan botnya sekali, Memajak tengah jalan dan menjerit jerit bagai dirogol syaitan, Geng Melayu yang sedekian rupa adalah geng Melayu haprak, geng melayu munafik. Geng perompak hartanah Malaysia. Geng yang berketurunan UMNO.
Jadi untuk membezakan Melayu pure tak pure, cuma buat perbezaan dari berberapa segi:
2) Perbualan mereka dengan menggunaka bahasa campuran Mat saleh, itu Geng Melayu UMNO.
3) Berjanggut, pakai kopiah putih, muka bodoh, dahi hitam, rambut fasyen kampung, digunting pendek pendek, tiada gunakan krim rambut, pakai jubah Itu lah Melayu Pure.
4) Manakalah Melayu yang pakai reyban, rambut berkrim, kasut mengelit, ada misai tiada janggut, itu geng keturunan syaitan. Dalam perbualan senantiasa gunakan bahasa campuran , i , you , you i , i help you, you help me .....
Posted: 30 May 2010 05:15 AM PDT
Posted: 30 May 2010 04:47 AM PDT
I read a f* amazing item in The Malaysian Insider's Zaki Azmi to take a seat in Lincoln's Inn.
It tells us that the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn would each year elect a very few to become honorary benchers.
Those elected would be on the basis of their extraordinary standing in their professions at the level of chief justice or similar or head of state.
Thus Zaki, our very dear Chief Justice of Malaysia has been so appointed Honorary Bencher of the Lincoln's Inn, one of the four Inns of Court in Britain.
Well I f* be … I became speechless on reading this … though I have to admit since his appointment, Zaki has certainly been "extraordinary" but I won't go deeper into this – but see my previous post Hall of Dishonour.
I wonder whether those idiots in Lincoln Inn have even bothered to follow WTF's going on in our amazing Malaysian judicial world.
Currently there are three Malaysian judges appointed as Lincoln Inn's honorary benchers – our very dear "extraordinary" Zaki, the Sultan of Perak Sultan Azlan Shah and highly respectable Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram whom we have not seen lately in political cases at all.
Well, you may argue against my statement above of 'three Malaysian judges', observing that HRH is a former judge but I wonder, just wonder you know ... whether HRH ordering Nizar Jamaluddin to vacate the Perak MB position (a pretend show of power, according to Justice NH Chan, a former judge) would be a judicial decision, thus making him an active judge again.
"Extraordinary standing in their professions" – I thought of describing that statement as 'supercalifragilisticexpialidocious' but I think 'f* amazing' would do!
Posted: 30 May 2010 03:51 AM PDT
*The event was postponed 1 hour d/t poor turnout . - app 1000 @ 2 pm
*Final count 4000 - 4500
Asked what would happen if the gathering fails to get Samy Vellu to stop down early, Mugilan said: "We will tell the media that Samy Vellu is the best leader. We will keep quiet and surrender."*No MIC Chairman's or CWC members ( the orgs claimed 300 branch leaders will attend + many CWC members.
*"known cases of" anti-samy like Dato subra, Ex-Youth chief Vicky, Dato muthupalaniappan and many more not seen anywhere around.
Malaysiakini : GAS starts with the singing of Negaraku and the MIC party song. Many in the crowd do not know the song, suggesting they are not MIC members
A "Big Job" for our Suruhanjaya Pencegah Rasuah ... If its true. I wonder if this guy can be arrested for hands in crime?
If its not . he too can be charged for defamation....
Barath Maniam takes the podium. He claims that Samy Vellu had sought his help in 1992 when police and ACA raided his office to investigate allegations of corruption involving 10 million Telekom shares allocated to MIC. He claims MIC received only one million shares.My view :
DSSV said it loud and clear - " i will leave eight or nine months before my term expires in May 2012. I will hand over the leadership to the NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS THEN"
The party is experiencing turbulence. Is it because the captain is leaving or overstayed? whatever it is GAS kind of politicking not gonna do us any good.
The re branding of MIC just began.... change in the leadership is only the start....
Posted: 30 May 2010 01:04 AM PDT
I am in Kota Bharu, visiting relatives and friends. As a journalist, I did asked some distinguish figures about the health condition of His Majesty Sultan Ismail Petra ibni Almarhum Sultan Yahya Petra, who has been ill for quite sometimes.
I was told that he was recuperating, thanks to the continuous effort put up by his family members to cure him.
I believe the rakyat of Kelantan are concern about his health and the events that took place during his absence from the throne. Many versions of stories came to me, some of which were shockingly unbelieveable. I hope to stay awhile and dig up the truth myself.
Anyway, I would like to call on all Malaysians to pray for his health and wellbeing. The Kelantanese say he is a good and caring Sultan, so I agree. I came from a state without a King and I understand how proud is it to have one.
Posted: 29 May 2010 11:25 PM PDT
I thought I could get away from airing my disgust here for a short while and take advantage of this long yet short weekend to relax and calm my nerves after being continuously bombarded with 2 years of blatant stupidity and blatant arrogance of Umno's politic. But it turned out to be a short lived one..
I have survived the cheap publicity stunts of our PM joining in the Wesak Day celebration in Brickfield but somewhat felt disgusted with the news and picture of him wiping away the tears of an old friend who suffered and is recovering from a stroke. So much so for sincerity when one turns it into such a cheap publicity stunt.
However, what really got into my nerves is this piece of news..
Pathetically moronic!! Using the patriotic word so loosely. Some more coming from an Umno division chairperson. A moron still trapped in his world of lies and delusion. Is that all what Umno has left?
If by exposing the evils of Umno and their goons for the betterment of the country is deemed to be unpatriotic, who wants to be patriotic? And if by creating awareness of the evils of this regime to the people could affect peace, bring on the war then..
Perhaps, we do need more morons like him and Ibrahim Ali to help speed up the death of BeEnd.
On that note alone, I am feeling much better now..
Posted: 29 May 2010 08:14 PM PDT
Posted: 29 May 2010 08:53 PM PDT
Which required better acting from the irrepressible RPK,The best politicians are very talented, but often that blessing is flecked with problems characteristic of a maverick. The big chief like MAHATHIR talent in their subordinates, but squirm at its attendant frailties. Bright sparks tend to possess an implacable desire to place a mirror before stupidity. The reverse mirror, however, displays a more provocative facet. Jealousy and intrigue are companions of ambition; if the talented were not ambitious, they would not be in politics.
That's why we moan and bitch and bellyache about the political heat. Because by doing so we hope in our next incarnation life will, in all senses of the term, be cool. Me? The heat's making me so miserable right now that in my next innings Hell itself should freeze over. A real chill-out.Are we a nation of masochists, people who take pleasure in their own suffering? Is that why we allow ourselves to get so hot and bothered about a routine occurrence: on the tropical plains, summer is going to be hot, as sure as eggs is andas? Or do we talk so much about the heat simply because we have no other topic of conversation. (Scientist who created life in a lab? What's so hot about that? Didn't that Frankenstein fellow do it years ago? Tell you what. Let's compare heatwaves instead. I bet my heatwave is bigger than your heatwave.)
The more people talk about how hot this political season is and how much worse it might still get the hotter I feel. And i'm sure so does everyone else. So why do we do it? Why do we work ourselves into a frenzy telling each other how hot it is, recounting cases of people we know who've got sunstroke, or are likely to get sunstroke? Why do we send our internal mercury soaring by squabbling about whether it was hotter yesterday than it is today, or whether that ought to be the other way round? Why don't we learn to ignore the heat, like a bothersome dog which, if you pay it the slightest attention, will feel encouraged to get familiar, trying to jump into your lap and slobber all over your face with its great big drooly tongue? Why do we make the heat so much worse by talking so much about it?
Will the last day of the PKR Congress turn out to be the last days of PKR? In a few hours more we shall know. The cauldron is boiling. The contents are spilling over. I doubt anyone can force the lid down and prevent the law of physics from taking over.
RPK said I know, I know, I know…many of you here hate it when I talk about Tun Dr Mahathir, especially when I talk about the positive side of him. Look, no one is perfect, but there are good and bad sides to everyone…okay, maybe with the exception of me. Even Anwar has his bad side — and he has admitted that he chose the wrong candidates in the 12th General Election.Yes, Tun Dr Mahathir is, in a way, my role model (sorry chaps). And when Malaysia Today organised that now famous (or infamous) dialogue session in Kelab Century Paradise, Dr Mahathir that is my turningpoint he give the protection and the cable I need.
Cheras Umno division chairman Datuk Syed Ali Alhabshee said.He said the Government should revoke his citizenship as Raja Petra was no longer keen on staying here. RPK said Well, I too have been saying the same things. And Tun Dr Mahathir is the one who taught me how to say all those things.And if I am a criminal and a traitor to the country for saying what I am saying, then we have only Tun Dr Mahathir to blame for me becoming what I have become in finishing PKR once and for all.PKR has been a pain in Mahathir'S ass hole
When a UMNO starts to swindle and cheat the rakyat, it is on a downward slide to ruination. Plagiarism becomes a way of life and their 'new' NEM' is totally unoriginal. The fact is simply this: BN goons are so dependant on easy money they will do anything, and that includes martial law, to stop PR becoming the next Govt. They do not want to lose all their ill-gotten wealth when they are found out and made to pay back before going to ja
Pete, if have feeling for Datuk Saleh you should form a political party with with him instead of telling 'Mampuslah PKR!'
WHO ARE YOU RPK?
Any institution, whether party or government, demands the stability of an uncontroversial script, or the comfort of silence from geniuses who can never find an equitable balance between their self-estimation and the role they have been given in what is essentially a Brechtian beggar's opera. Mahathir is a sharp and well-read politician, except when his tongue goes to his head. He has been a evil prime minister, willing to stand his ground and even take a risk or two. But collective responsibility demands caution: you have to keep space between your blow-drier and your brain 'Fiscal austerity is required only when you have a clean management of country's wealth, otherwise all the rakyat's belt-tightening will go into the pockets of greedy politicians and businessmen.'
READMORE Raise your voices against the molesting of our JUDICIARY?by the sly oldfoxy Pimp Mahathir,THE Molester is GHANI PATAIL, Sodomiser is Lingam &CO
malaysia's corruption has a caste system, in addition to being creative. The most widespread form is lifestyle protection, or enhancement. A successful collection of corruptedbarisan leaders loot is enought, for instance, could be sufficient to through our present bad timer; and if you are influential enough, then will ensure a
Give us some action on the PKFZ. Why the deafening silence? heady time for youe next generation may be the only time when you actually have to pay for anything spiritual.There are so many deficiencies to correct. Increase savings rather than straight away proposing the removal of subsidies. What about the hefty independent power producers' gas subsidies? They should be taken away.What the governmenthas not done to tighten its own financial management, cut wastage, combat corruption and leakage? to realize that subsidy cut is not the only solution to avoid this country from becoming bankrupt. Barisan needs a total overhaul and we need more trustworthy people running the country
MAHATHIR was very displeased with the book and initially threatened to take Wain to court. He also claims he was misled by Wain during the course of three interviews.
"I thought he was a reformed character. He used to criticise me before. He was so very nice when he came to see me. He asked me very nice questions. On the topics he wanted to say nasty things, he didn't say anything. That's journalistic freedom," said Mahathir.
Wain defended the integrity and factual accuracy of his book, claiming it was "100 percent accurate", because the allegations were backed up by evidence referenced in 1,326 footnotes.
"I've got a copy of UUMNO's audited accounts, including (data on) the secret political fund and it shows quite clearly, they had tens of millions of dollars in that account when (Daim Zainuddin) took over," he said to stress the veracity of his facts.
MAHATHIR MADE THE MALAYS A BEGGING COMMUNITY,
Mahathir does not know the real meaning of totalitarian state a government that subordinates the individual to the state and strictly controls allaspects of life by coercive measures
ANWAR It's time we had reservations about reservations has won significant support for demands that assistance should be redirected towards poors
Billions DOLLARS question in Umno assets including Umno media empire, of Kadir's own credibility as a journalist and his performance
Billionaire T Ananda Krishnan, You can't trust his customer service or technical support,, rides high on the selling away of ketuanan Melayu Mahathir back, horse sense especially for IT stuff. You must do your own research before contacting the company for help, otherwise you will be taken for a ride.
Did mahathir piss at Malaysia's Royals?, ! Prince William decided to take a piss, and exposed his royal penis, Malay royalty present more embarrassment for UMNO
Among the contentious claims made by Wain was that Mahathir had squandered about RM100 billion through several financial scandals during his 22-year premiership.
One such scandal was the case of Perwaja Steel, which Mahathir was quoted in the book as stating losses involved of "maybe RM1 billion or RM2 billion", instead of RM15 billion to RM20 billion as estimated by others.
"He's got a short memory. His finance minister (Anwar Ibrahim) actually introduced an audit report by Pricewaterhouse (Coopers) in Parliament in the mid-1990s, and that the losses then were I think RM9.5 billion and they accumulated after that.
"He won't be very happy to be reminded of this, but that's life as they say. As long as I'm fair to him, and I have put across his point of view," he said.
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