Thursday, October 28, 2010

Batu Sapi - kayu pengukur masa depan BN.

Batu Sapi - kayu pengukur masa depan BN.


Batu Sapi - kayu pengukur masa depan BN.

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 12:44 PM PDT

Batu Sapi akan menghadapi PRK kerana kematian Ahli Parlimennya Edmund dilebuhraya Sembulan Tanjung Aru 2 minggu yang lepas akibat kemalngan jalaraya. Kematian Ahli Parlimen yang mewakili PBS ini memaksa diadakan PRK dalam mana pertandingan 3 pejuru diantara BN (PBS), SAPP dan PKR yang akan berlaku serentak dengan PRK DUN Galas pada 4hb November ini.

Dalam banyak-banyak 'input' yang saya sendiri perolehi dari Sabah, Yong Teck Lee, calun SAPP dikatakan mampu untuk memberikan cabaran sengit kepada calun BN parti penyandang kepada kawasan Parlimen Batu Sapi ini. Bekas Ketua Menteri ini yang merupakan Presiden SAPP yang telah membawa partinya keluar dari BN awal tahun lepas nampaknya mempunyai 'advantage' jika dibandingkan dengan dua calun yang lain.

Sebagaimana ditempat-tempat yang lain isu nasional dan isu tempatan adalah isu yang besar yang bermain didalam pemikiran rakyat Sabah amnya dan juga pengundi diBatu Sapi khasnya. Penolakkan rakyat dan pengundi kepada BN diSemenanjung pada pilihanraya 2008 yang lalu sedikit sebanyak mempengaruhi pengundi dalam PRK Batu Sapi ini. Ramai berpendapat pengundi Sabah telah memberikan sokongan yang padu kepada BN dalam pilihanraya yang lalu kerana mereka tidak menyangka yang penolakkan rakyat diSemenanjung terhadap BN begitu kuat.

Jika mereka dari awal telah menjangka yang diSemnanjung BN boleh kehilangan 80 kerusi parlimen, mereka secara terang-terang akan mengikut trend perubahan itu diSabah. Oleh kerana mereka tidak dapat merasakan angin perubahan itu maka mereka memberikan sokongan yang padu kepada calun-calun BN dan diSabah BN telah memenangi 100 peratus kerusi parlimen yang ditandinginya dan Sabah adalah 'fixed deposit' bagi BN.

Tetapi sekarang pengundi diSabah sedikit sebanyak merasakan mengundi pihak pembangkang bukan lagi satu isu besar lagi dan ini dirasakan oleh ramai kumpulan pengundi atas pagar. Sebagai seorang yang pernah menjadi Ketua Menteri Yong masih mempunyai 'network' politik yang menyeluruh terutamanya dikalangan orang Cina termasuk diBatu Sapi.

Yong merupakan tempat orang ramai yang tidak berpuas hati dengan kepimpinan diSabah sekarang ini. Dikalangan pemimpin-pemimpin diSabah mereka berpecah diantara satu dengan lain dan ditambah pula dengan isu yang dihadapi oleh Ketua Menterinya sendiri yang sedang hebuh diperkatakan oleh masyarakat.

Isu peribadi Musa Aman yang sedang dihadapinya menyebabkan beliau tidak mendapat sokongan padu dari pemimpin dalam komponen BN sendiri dan untuk mengalihkan sokongan kepada pihak-pihak yang membangkang agak mudah seperti mana yang berlaku diSemenanjung tanah air. Janji PM Najib untuk merobah kepimpinan diperingkat negeri untuk membersihkan imej parti semasa Perhimpunan Agong UMNO baru-baru ini diharapkan akan melibatkan juga kepimpinan diSabah.

Dengan penyertaan Ansari dari PKR dalam PRK ini ianya akan memberikan beban yang lebih kepada BN kerana perpecahan undi dari Melayu dan Bumiputra yang merangkumi 60 perataus dari 25582 pengundi berdaftar dikawasan ini. Fenomena ini juga akan memberikan kelebihan kepada Yong Teck Lee. Seandainya Yong mendapat hanya 38 peratus dari mereka yang keluar mengundi peluang bagi Yong untuk memenangi kerusi Batu Sapi ini akan lebih cerah.

Walau bagaimana pun dalam politik berbagai-bagai kemungkinan akan terjadi. Tetapi kita kena akui untk BN mengekalkan kerusi Batu Sapi kali ini ianya memerlukan cara pendekatan pengundi yang berbeza dari yang selalu kita lakukan. Hanya orang Sabah sahaja yang sepatutnya faham bagaimana untuk meraih sokongan dari pengundi dikawasan ini.

Jika kerusi ini dimenangi oleh SAPP melalui Presidennya ini maka BN kehilangan satu lagi suara diDewan Parlimen dan sekali gus rakyat masih lagi tidak dapat menerima segala pembaharuan yang dijanjikan oleh pucuk pimpinan kita diKuala Lumpur.

Kemenangan Yong Teck Lee akan memberi gambaran yang trend penolakkan BN yang berlaku diSibu, Sarawak tidak berapa lama dahulu itu akan menular keSabah pula. Maka BN terpaksa mencari jalan lain untuk mengekang kemaraan parti alternative untuk menghampiri Putrajaya selepas PRU yang akan datang.

Kita tengok kali ini; samada BN benar-benar telah memilih 'winable candidate' atau pemilihan calun yang didasarkan kepada jawatan parti yang dipegangnya. Kita mesti ingat yang seseorang yang laku kepada parti mereka tidak semestinya laku kepada rakyat ramai yang mengundi.

Begitu jugalah didalam UMNO; yang berjaya memegang jawatan parti tidak semestinya memenangi hati rakyat. Jika seseorang yang memenangi jawatan dalam parti itu adalah juga yang disenangi oleh rakyat ramai masakan banyak calun UMNO jatuh tersungkur dalam PRU yang lalu.

Tetapi masih lagi ramai pemimpin-pemimpin dan ahli-ahli kita sedang dibuai oleh sindrom penafian kepada hakikat ini. Mungkin kita terpaksa menghadapi kekalahan mutlak dahulu sebelum kita menerima hakikat yang kita perlu perubahan secara 'structural' kepada parti kita.

Jika kita kalah secara 'total' adalah ditakuti kita tidak mampu bangun lagi kerana kita tidak lagi pernah mengalami menjadi pembangkang diperingkat pusat. Kita sama-sama sedang melihat bagaimana terseksa UMNO/BN untuk kembali memenangi hati rakyat dinegeri-negeri yang dimenangi oleh Pakatan Rakyat.

BN diSelangor, Perak, Kedah, dan P Pinang serta Wilayah Persekutuan sampai sekarang belum lagi mampu untuk mencari seseorang yang sesuai mengikut kehendak rakyat siapa yang akan menjadi MB atau KM jika UMNO ingin mengambil kembali kuasa dari tangan Pakatan Rakyat.


Flip-flop on everything from the cops is nothing new. the newest disease to afflict them is confusion.

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 11:22 AM PDT

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Dr Mohd Razali Ibrahim, YOU are a Sickening Muslim and a Disgrace to Islam for Fearing to Face the Truth

There were 4 deaths in custody in 2009 where the details of the deceased and the fact of the death in custody became publicly known.

 

Flip-flop on everything from the cops is nothing new. The newest disease to afflict them is confusion. Of late, cops have depicted enormous skills in getting entangled in situations which seem to only complicate issues rather than resolving them.

Not surprisingly, most of these situations are creations of their own. The situations arise through issues like jurisdictional wrangles and mutual retributions among senior officers, mischief of some. Not surprisingly, again, it leaves them in soup. Not surprisingly, yet again, the result is hilarious.

The latest example is the case in which different incidents took place in the jurisdictions of four police stations with cops from three being directly involved. The incident, initially reported at Jaripatka police station, would have gone unnoticed had the mother of the alleged accused not alerted the control room about her son's 'abduction' from the jurisdiction of Kalamna police station.

The news spread among the cops and media before the Pachpaoli police chased and nabbed the culprits in the jurisdiction of Yashodhara Nagar police station. Finally, the situation came to the point that the complainant of the Jaripatka police station were the accused of kidnapping in Kalamna and the complainant of Kalamna was the accused in Jaripatka. All this on a single day. Not surprisingly, it was a senior police sub-inspector's folly that led to the complicated situation.

Two years ago, the Yashodhara Nagar police station was in the news after nabbing a man for committing his 'own' murder. The then senior inspector Uday Singh Chandel was left flabbergasted after realizing that the murderer had deftly swapped his clothes with the victim. The culprit had also inserted his identity card into the pocket of the victim to mislead the cops.

In another recent case, the cops had to wrack their brains before coming to a conclusion. The youngest son had got his parents killed with the help of a sarpamitra who released a cobra that bit the couple. Firstly, the cops had no clue how and where to seize the 'murder weapon'. Secondly, it took some convincing before the rural police agreed to take up case. The couple was picked up from their house in the outskirts of the city and 'killed with the snake' while travelling to Yavatmal.

In another incident, cops of Dhantoli, Sadar and Sonegaon police stations saw themselves being dragged into the same case. A bunch of miscreants first picked up a fight and robbed a pedestrian before fleeing with their vehicle from a petrol pump. Later, they drove into another car before themselves ending up on the Wardha Road divider.

The cops also had a harrowing time deciding whether Sitabuldi or Rana Pratap police station should conduct the probe where a man's body was found or where the accident took place.

The cake for creating confusion should go to the Government Railway Police. When a theft is committed, the first question the cops ask is at which station did the passenger go to sleep and where did he wake up. On this basis the jurisdiction is decided. It doesn't end there. If the Nagpur GRP registers a case and sends it to Bhopal, the cops in MP would send another to Nagpur the following day. The fun, quite obviously, continues at the expense of the victim.

Kugan, who died in the Taipan police station in January.

Gnanapragasam, who died in the Sri Damansara police station in June.

Teoh Beng Hock.

And Gunasegaran.

Gunasegaran's stood out from the others in one very important detail.

Four individuals detained together with Gunasegaran witnessed events leading up to Guna's death.

Unlike the other three cases, in Guna's case, there were eye witness accounts that, it would turn out, materially contradicted the official account proffered by the police auhorities.

As efforts were made in late July and early August last year to put together a team to try and get at the truth surrounding Guna's death, it became obvious early on that these eye witnesses would need to be 'protected', lest they be 'got to', to change their 'story'.

That task fell on the shoulders of one person who chooses to remain unknown. I shall call him X.

Sure, enough, on the night of the very day that Visva successfully got an order of the High Court in August last year, based on the sworn testimony of 3 of those 4 eyewitnesses, for a second post mortem and an inquest into Guna's death, Selvach, one of the three, got word that the police wanted him in for questioning in relation to a police report said to have been lodged against him in relation to a family quarrel.

Selvach alerted X of this and the next day, a solicitor was arranged to accompany Selvach to the Wangsa Maju police station to offer his statement in relation to that alleged report.

Nothing came of this.

We assured Selvach that if at any time he was harassed or intimidated by the police, he should contact X and every effort would be made to give him protection.

Now, since that episode, Selvach never called X to ask for any help in relation to any intimidation, arrest or harassment by the police.

You will also note that in Visva's submissions that I referred to in my 'New brooms…' post, Visva had said, of Selvach :

Saksi ini memberi keterangan bahawa pada 16.7.2009 beliau juga ditahan bersama simati dan 4 yang lain. Saksi ini telah dilepaskan pihak polis keranaujian urin beliau negative pada petang hari tersebut.

Selvach was released on the same day of the arrest, 16th July, 2009, because his urine sample tested negative for any drugs.

Now if he had gotten into any trouble with the law, or if he had had another run-in with the police, I'm certain he would have been in touch with X for help.

There was no such call to X prior to Selvach's arrest last Monday night, after the coroner had delivered her verdict earlier in the day.

To the best of our knowledge, then, Selvach had no further 'problem' with the law.

So why was Selvach beaten and arrested that night, and why is he being held?

Selvach could have refused to have anything to do with the inquest proceedings, to spare himself any trouble with the police.

He did not.

He stepped forward and told the truth.

Is that why he is being held now?

Because he dared to speak up?

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Please come and Join us to seek justice for Selvach

PROTEST MEMO TO IGP ON 30TH OCTOBER 2010

( Beating and abduction of Selvach by police)
The continuing descent of the Malaysian police force into lawlessness has been graphically demonstrated by the October 25th abduction and beating of Selvach by police personnel. Selvach was a key witness who testified against the police in the recently concluded R.Gunasegaran inquest. On the very day the verdict was delivered in the inquest, police moved against Selvach. When Selvach's children asked police why their father was being dragged away, the police answered by beating Selvach in front of his own children. 

The trauma caused to the children is unimaginable and in gross violation of international norms on the protection of children. In a twisted perversion of conjugal love, police personnel tried to make Selvach's wife S.Saraswathy kiss him before beating him up in front of her. Selvach, who did his duty as a citizen by telling the truth at the Gunasegaran inquest, is now being held at an unknown location with no access to his family or lawyers. It is believed that he is being detained without trial under the Emergency Ordinance. The outrage done against Selvach and his family is only the latest in a long series of police brutality cases going back into and beyond the Mahathir despotism.

WE FREE CITIZENS OF THIS NATION MUST MAKE A STAND AGAINST THE PREVAILING POLICE AND STATE VIOLENCE ! JOIN US FOR THE HANDING OVER OF A PROTEST MEMORANDUM TO THE IGP.

The details as below:

Date: 30 October 2010
Time: 10am
Place: BUKIT AMAN FEDERAL POLICE HQ ( LAKE GARDEN ENTRANCE ).

 

Razali IbrahimRead here for more in Malaysiakini 

Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) general surgeon Dr Mohd Razali Ibrahim REFUSED to look at the clinical notes taken despite NOT remembering parts of Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan's three-hour medical examination he and two other doctors took on June 28, 2008.

Dr Razali was badgered with several questions by senior lawyer Karpal Singh, who sought to entice him to refer to the clinical notes.

At Anwar Ibrahim's sodomy trial Dr Razali persistently refused to take a look at the notes made by him or the other two doctors who had examined Saiful.

Despite some uncertain answers, and being urged by Karpal many times, Dr Razali REFUSED to look at the clinical notes to help jog his memory.

Karpal Singh had resorted this after High Court judge Mohamad Zabidin Mohd Diah had earlier rejected the defence's application to obtain the clinical notes, but allowed its application to have a copy of the preliminary examination report, which was dated July 10, 2008.

Karpal had to ask pointed questions in an attempt to glean information from the clinical notes, but on ALL occasions during the 30-minute questioning, Dr Razali repeatedly refused to refer to the report.

"We cannot force you to look but may persuade gently," Karpal said at times to Dr Razali.

Normally, witnesses who cannot remember details of a particular incident are allowed by the court to refer to the notes they made on that case.

On more than one occasion, solicitor-general II Mohd Yusof Zainal Abiden had objected to Karpal's line of questioning.Karpal pointed out that the full medical report which was dated July 13, 2008, has only two lines on Saiful's medical history.

He argued that there certainly was much more on the matter during the doctors' three-hour examination of the complainant.

All three doctors – hey had Dr Razali, clinical pathologist Dr Siew Sheue Feng and Dr Khairul Nizam Hassan – said texamined Saiful from 9pm and to slightly after midnight on July 29.

Asked by Karpal whether he knew that Saiful was inspected earlier at the Pusrawi Hospital, Dr Razali said he knew there was an examination but did not know who or how many physicians had attended to the complainant.

WHAT MALAYSIANS ARE SAYING

Read here for more and here

  • Assalamualaikum wbt Dr Razali… semoga hentikan kelakuan yang memalukan diri doktor, mak bapa doktor, keluarga doktor, bangsa melayu, orang Islam dan kerjaya doktor perubatan. Ingat Allah dan sebagai doktor ingat mati. 

     

  • Come on Dr, don't put your race to shame! Your incompetency will make others doubtful of what entrance qualification you had to study your medical degree, and how low quality is our country's own 'specialist' standard; no wonder we decide not to recognise MRCP anymore! 

  • Dr Razali, you are not answerable to Kapal Singh, Anuar Ibrahim or Justice Zabidin or any mortal being in this earth. Damn it, you are answerable to Allah. Tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Allah shall protect and guide you and your family for akhirat. All those worldly things is only temporary but the akhirat is real like being born and death. Be a man of principle if you are the true believer of Allah and follower of Prophet Muhammad. You are special if you tell the truth. Believe me, I had faced the same situation and I am relieved that I had passed my test. Thanks to guidance of Allah. Yes Sir you have choice to tell the TRUTH or NOT. The truth will prevail and if you lie, think of your family that may succumb to your choice. 

  • This is called Malaysian Justice..Defence cannot be given anything.If this case was in England it would have been thrown out long ago 

  • The integrity of the medical fraternity in this country is brought to disrepute by Razali's action. What is the Malaysian Medical Council going to do about this? Nothing. As long as it is filled with doctors with ties to the government, you can bet your bottom dollar that they are going to be as effective and honest as the prosecuting team. 

  • Dr Razali, you are not answerable to Kapal Singh, Anuar Ibrahim or Justice Zabidin or any mortal being in this earth. Damn it, you are answerable to Allah. Tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Allah shall protect and guide you and your family for akhirat. All those worldly things is only temporary but the akhirat is real like being born and death. Be a man of principle if you are the true believer of Allah and follower of Prophet Muhammad. You are special if you tell the truth. Believe me, I had faced the same situation and I am relieved that I had passed my test. Thanks to guidance of Allah. Yes Sir you have choice to tell the TRUTH or NOT. The truth will prevail and if you lie, think of your family that may succumb to your choice. 

  • Razali you are not sitting for the SPM Exams to be afraid to refer to notes that you yourself wrote.. This is about you as a witness giving evidence in a court of law stupid. Where were you schooled anyway?. You are a STUPID IDIOTIC NUT OF THE FIRST ORDER. 

  • Today you are facing Karpal and those present in court but from this day on, you will face the people's court and at the end of your days, there is the court of final judgement. You have been given a chance to redeem yourself. Will you do it, tomorrow? It is never too late. 

  • Oh my god!!! First our DPM said he cannot take action against a headmistress, now.. we have ajudge that said he can't order or instruct a witness to refer to the report.. oh my, my!!! 

  • What shameful conduct from the doctor, the DPP and the judge? Disgusting situation in a country I call my own. Does not the AG realise that he is a joke internationally. But it does bring home the point that the BN/UMNO government is terrified of Anwar's PKR leading the charge in the next GE. 

  • Dr. Razali, I don't know what medical school you went to but i'm quite sure your medical training is not very complete or up to date. You probably were'nt taught about Bioethics when you were a student doctor. Doctors are taught about the four sacred bioethical principals which are 1) Autonomy, 2) Beneficence, 3) Non-maleficence and most importantly 4) Justice- the consequences of your actions must be fair to the patient or to the wider community. None of this ring a bell? You were probably brought up on Biro Tata Negara brainwashing then…. Please do not bring shame to your noble profession, doctor razali. 

  • Cant remember the details but steadfastly refused to refer to his own clinical notes. This is something extraordinary. Many of those in the medical profession especially in govt sector is compromised as suspected by the public. Is it reasonable not to refer to your own notes if you cant remember them exactly? 

  • Dr Razali's face exposes the true nature of this person–a totally untrusted and a congenital liar. I dont know how he can become a medical doctor– a disgrace to the noble profession. He cant remember the details but at the same time refuse to look at the clinical notes. A clear cut case of conspiracy. 

  • This must be the first time in any court of law that the court is not interested in finding out the truth. In any fair system, the judge would have ordered the witness to refer to the notes, presumably made by him, to jog his memory or at least ensure that his testimony and his contemporaneous notes are consistent, and therefore the witness is credible. Here in Bolehland, the judge refuses admission of the notes and allows the witness to insist he cannot remember while the notes are there but all parties are forced to close their eyes to it.How can a judge refuse the defence the clinical notes in cross-examination? How can the judge and the witness both collaborate to the exclusion of the evidence by simply refusing to refer to it? This sandiwara (theatre) is becoming too obvious. 

  • Why is the prosecution not tendering the initial medical report signed by three doctors, but the final medical report only? Was there something to hide? If Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu's entry into the country could be erased from immigration records at the airport, anything could be done to a government hospital's records. This is 1Malaysia Boleh. 

  • Deny, deny. So what is in the notes that it cannot be made public? Somebody tried to manufacture something and is worried that it may give away something? If not, it should be open to all. Equal access to all evidence – that's a fundamental principle of natural justice. 

  • Access to the clinical notes was not in the script given to the judge. He is so afraid the defence get their hands on it. Even a one-year-old kid can tell this whole trial is being run using Umno's script. 

  • This is an absolutely ludicrous case and a bunch of highly-paid actors doing the bidding of a puppet master. Unfortunately, it is the rakyat who will be bearing the costs. Each day, the case drags, more venom and hate is being spat at the perpetrators who orchestrated the charge. 

  • Ini bermakna lapuran awal ini telah diubah oleh mereka atas arahan atasan. Mereka sengaja tidak memberikan laporan ini pada awal dengan harapan Karpal Singh akan 'overlook' dan mereka mengatur permainan ini mengikut rentak Karpal. Anwar Ibrahim, saya amat simpati dengan apa yang berlaku. 

  • What is wrong with these Umno judges? Anything that Anwar requests is denied. Why this hide-and-seek game? This is simply disgusting. 

  • I cannot imagine what kind of trial this is. Is this a private trial or a public one run by the government ? Everything is so secretive and hush-hush. It is obvious they have something to hide. Are the prosecutors working for Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan or the government, or both? 

  • I have never supported Anwar, but come on, PM Najib Razak, let us win the next general elections like gentlemen. This is not good for my children. 

  • This trial is no longer a joke. It sickens me to read that all requests by Anwar's lawyers are denied time and again. Where is the rule of law? What justice is this? How can one defend oneself when the judge is so biased and aligned with the prosecution? Imagine playing football where the referee is always favouring the other side. You'll have no chance at all. 

  • The court decision was made long ago in Putrajaya. All these actors are there to "draw the concentric circles for the target, after the arrow has been shot. This is justice for those who oppose them.

 

 



CHANGING EDUCATION PARADIGMS

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 11:15 AM PDT

I cringe whenever I hear our ministers and politicians talk about making our country the centre of educational excellence. Our varsities have consistently fared poorly in the World Universities Ranking (WUR). University Malaya, our premier institute of higher learning, has dropped to 207th in the 2010 WUR, UPM to 319th, UTM 320th and UKM 309th.

Yet with those kind of rankings, our Deputy Minister of Higher Education assures us that our public universities can produce a Nobel Prize winner. He certainly has big dreams.

The entire education system is in dire need of a massive overhaul. For a start policy-makers in the Ministry of Education should watch this video and learn from it. So should all of us, if we are concerned about our children and grandchildren's education.

Highly recommended.


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蔡总高调捍卫华社权益「做不到就辞职」

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 08:35 AM PDT

----->蔡智勇(左)随父亲蔡细历(右)去拜票时,看见一批新村村民玩桌球,也「按捺不住」上桌与村民切磋球艺。蔡细历微笑看着爱子开球,而在旁的马华丹州联委会主席黄燕燕(右2)也一起打气。

(话望生28日讯)马华总会长拿督斯里蔡细历强调,马华致力捍卫华社权益,若无法履行这项承诺,他将辞去马华总会长职。

蔡细历指出,本身已经曾经通过行动,证实本身是一名「讲得到,便做得到」的领袖。

他说:「若我无法实现这项承诺,我就会辞职,反正我也已经辞职了很多次。」

他今日访问加腊士会见当地华裔居民时致词时说,首相拿督斯里纳吉自上台以后,国阵及巫统已经改变。

他说,只是这项改变并不显著,因为国阵政府需要顾及马来民众感受,政府必需平衡各民族的意愿,国家才会稳定。

补选背后意义重大

他呼吁选民必须做出明智的抉择,以便支持国阵候选人。

蔡细历较后向记者指出,虽然这场补选决定不了大局,但却受到高度重视,因这场补选将让公众了解,华裔选民是否支持纳吉推行的各项改革方案,包括「一个马来西亚」理念、 「经济转型计划」等。

蔡细历指出,这场补选也将看出,在他当选马华总会长后提出的「高调论政」,是否得到华社的支持。

他强调,对于纳吉的领导能力及才华具有信心,并深信首相能带动国家的转型。

深信华裔选票回流

他较后向记者说,根据马华在过去2天来在加腊士选区跑动,深信华裔对国阵的支持已回流。

他说,发现当地许多华裔对回教党州政府的表现开始产生不满,因在过去20年来,没见到加腊士出现任何显著的发展。

他表示,以话望生市区的小贩中心为例,当地连一个厕所都找不到。

蔡细历炮轰丹州政府,无论在处理任何事务上都是以宗教优先,使州内的发展受到忽略。

此外,蔡细历也炮轰民联领袖,喜欢引用少数巫统党员在代表大会上的极端言论来攻击国阵,他说,事实上这些巫统党员并不代表国阵领袖的立场。

另外,询及有巫统领袖要求马华与民政党让出落败的议席,蔡细历说,在308大选期间并非只是华社吹反风,马来社会也一样,否则国阵也不会丢失吉打州政权。无论如何,他表示不愿在此课题上,争论谁才是令国阵惨败的祸首,因这种争论是对国阵不利的。

东方新闻网 28-10-2010


Say NO!!!

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 07:14 AM PDT

Say NO!!! to Warisan Merdeka Tower
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(Video) Ketua Bahagian Titiwangsa UMNO : Kita Tidak Perlu Undi Cina Dan India

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 08:10 AM PDT



Ketua Bahagian Titiwangsa UMNO (Datuk Johari Abdul Ghani): Kita tidak perlu undi Cina dan India.


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Hishamuddin Rais: 23 years on S'pore, M'sia ex-ISA detainees speak out

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 02:49 AM PDT

Even 23 years after being detained under the Internal Security Act in Malaysia's largest political crackdown, Operasi Lalang, the memories still live in Nasir Hashim's mind. "When I got out people asked if I was okay, and I said I was fine...But much later when I was at a police station[...]an officer kicked the bars and it all came flooding back. "I was taken through many doors blindfolded and my interrogators often banged the doors and when you cannot see anything, the noise takes over you," he said on the anniversary of Ops Lalang last night at the Chinese Assembly Hall. Full story here: www.malaysiakini.com
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Hab Hiburan Najib: Syukur Agenda Perpaduang Gagal!!!!

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 05:18 AM PDT

KAlaulah ditakdirkan agenda Perpaduang anjuran Fraksi UMNO dalam PAS berjaya tempohari, agaknya PAS pun terpaksa sokong idea Hab Hiburan tajaan Najib dan UMNO ini.

Cubalah fikir kalau agenda Perpaduang ini berjaya dulu. Saya tak boleh bayangkan betapa PAS nanti terpaksa membaca doa selamat sempena pembukaan night club atau spa di Hab Hiburan tajaan Najib ini.

Betapa Presiden PAS nanti terpaksa mengeluarkan ayat Quran dan Hadeeth serta menggunakan qiyas untuk menyokong idea Hab Hiburan ini.

TImbalan Mursyidul Am pula terpaksa mengeluarkan fatwa Hab Hiburan ini hukumnya harus kerana ia mampu menyelamatkan ekonomi negara (dengan menggunakan kaedah "mengambil mudharat yang kecil)

Timbalan Presiden PAS pula terpaksa berkempen seluruh masjid dan surau meminta rakyat jangan gelisah dengan idea Hab Hiburan ini kerana ianya tidak membawa mudharat yang besar.

Dato Hasan Ali pula terpaksa memberi khutbah menyokong idea Hab Hiburan ini.

Ketua Pemuda terpaksa menulis dalam blog beliau betapa idea ini idea yang boleh diterima mengikut kaedah "DARURAH" dalam Usul Fiqh.

Semua diatas terpaksa dilakukan oleh kepimpinan PAS Pusat sekiranya agenda PERPADUANG berjaya tempohari. Huru hara PAS jadi nanti.

Nampaknya ahli2 PAS tidak boleh lagi menggelarkan bloggers seperti Tulang Besi sebagai tidak mengikut disiplin jemaah kerana jelas bloggers macam kami telah menyelematkan PAS dari menjadi HURU HARA.

Tulang Besi sujud syukur kepada Allah SWT kerana ilham yang diberikan oleh Allah SWT kepada Tulang Besi di hadapan Kaabah (sewaktu Tulang Besi bertemu HAsan Ali) telah membantu PAS dan semua ahli-ahli PAS. Ilham dari Allah SWT kepada Tulang Besi itu menjadi inspirasi dan pegangan Tulang Besi menentang kesemua puak2 PRO UMNO dan FRAKSI UMNO seperti HAsan Ali, Khazani SIGTECH( bekas naqib TUlang BEsi tapi cuba menipu Tulang Besi), geng Terengganu, TImbalan Mursyidul Am, Ustaz Nasa dsbnya.

Tulang Besi juga berharap Ustaz Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man sedar bahwa selama ini beliau dipergunakan untuk menzalimi Khalid Samad dan menyelamatkan puak2 Fraksi UMNO dalam PAS.javascript:void(0)

Tulang Besi tidak sabar menunggu komen Ustaz Harun Din atau Dato Hasan Ali berkaitan idea Hab Hiburan Najib Tun Razak ini.

Betul2 tak sabar.

Wallahualam

Tulang Besi

ps doakan hasrat Tulang Besi tahun ini untuk melakukan Haji diberi kejayaan oleh Allah SWT


P185 Batu Sapi..”Broadband Penetration ..??”

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 05:13 AM PDT

No wonder…!!! Bugi Wijaya gone missing. Or did he fall like PKR candidate Ansari Abdullah together with NTV7 Journalists  into the sea after a wooden jetty they were on collapsed.? He was uncontactable and he told us that the Broadband Penetration in Sabah is Unforgivable.(…shoots)

Seems that the initiative of Maxis skyway VSAT together with a local based company for pinpoint mobile coverage for the rural communities has yet to be fully realised. Some journalists were also finding difficulties in getting their FEEDS across and are getting irritated. Maybe after the byelections the government will need to refocus their directions. Its a vital link to make Sabah and Malaysia a developed nation by 2020.

The stories also coming out from Bugi as he talked on the phone was also seems Yong Teck Lee is beginning to come on top and PKR has losts certain edge as mosts of their machinery are not led by locals(from Sandakan) Linda Tsens handicap seems to be her language and a bit too soft.

A BN YB sms to audie61″BN should be able to make it.Chinese leaning towards SAPP.Bumi shd go to BN.PKR have pblem,He is from Tuaran and he is contesting in Sandakan.Already 2 times in contest and both  lost…"

In Sandakan

 

All the hotels are fully booked with every single flights available arriving into Sandakan occupied.  The battle line has been draw with more than 26 nomination papers being sold by the Elections Commission in Sabah for the P.185 Batu Sapi seat parliamentary by election. 

Although there will be two by election held concurrent at the same time(the other being the State seat of Galas in Kelantan), the whole nation is watching Batu Sapi closely.  This is the bastion of Barisan Nasional (BN) "fixed deposit" where it was Sabah and Sarawak which ensured the Federal Government stayed in the hands of BN in the last general elections.

The stakes are high for BN in its preparation for the Sarawak State election which will have to be held by next year.  The Batu Sapi by election is an opportunity for BN to quash ground gained by the opposition from its victory in the last Sibu by election.

The stakes are even higher for Director of Operation Datuk Seri Panglima Musa Haji Aman who is also the Chief Minister of Sabah.  As the head of the state BN, he must ensure the seat is won with an improved majority of more 3,708 votes from the last election.

It is an open secret that things has not been well with some state component parties not being happy with the Chief Minister leadership.  They have been seen moving around together with a senior state UMNO leader who has been speculated by many quarter will be the man called upon to replace Musa as the next Chief Minister.  For the record under Musa's firm leadership Sabah has developed progressively and this has seen the state reserved improved to RM3 billion compared to previous leadership.

With BN Chairman, Prime Minister Dato' Sri Najib Tun Razak blunt warning to all UMNO leaders on changes he will be making in the near future during the recent UMNO annual general meeting, only a united BN in Batu Sapi will be able to deliver the safe seat to BN.  However, this remains to be seen with a faction walking out of the hall in apparent protest when the BN candidate Datin Tsen Thau Lin was announced by Musa on Sunday. Whether this is genuine protest by the grassroots or is there an unseen hand with a bigger agenda of toppling the Chief Minister will be known on polling day 4 November 2010.

The parliamentary seat of Batu Sapi felled vacant due to the tragic accident of its incumbent the late Datuk Edmund Chong Ket Wah.  It is expected to be a 3 corner fight with Pakatan Rakyat will be fielding its Tuaran Chief Ansari Abdullah and local Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) will be fielding its President Datuk Yong Teck Lee



The US and India--an alliance in fact if not in name

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 04:55 AM PDT

America and India being partners makes a whole lots of sense, both politically and strategically. They have cultural and linguistic ties, both are English speaking democracies, and both have the same interests: globalization, economic liberalization, and the containment of China.  But most importantly, India is an invaluable ally in defeating armed Jihad. Noted author and pundit Austin Bay is on the same wavelength.

America's Evolving Passage to India

by Austin Bay
October 26, 2010

President Barack Obama's looming post-election state visit to India is another indication of evolution and maturation -- the incremental but genuine change measured in decades that marks the coalescing of U.S. and Indian global interests.

Media coverage has thus far portrayed the trip as either a presidential escape from an anticipated midterm electoral defeat or a multibillion dollar weapons-peddling expedition with the president as salesman in chief.

These near-term interpretations both contain a grain of truth, but they shouldn't obscure the truly compelling story: the great U.S.-India rapprochement is one of the early 21st century's major historic events. To illustrate, let's go to the 21st century map of India, and view it and President Obama's visit from the perspective of a Chinese admiral sitting in Beijing.

The Indian subcontinent physically dominates the Indian Ocean. China, seeking to assure a steady supply of raw materials and energy for its expanding economy, has invested a lot of time and money in Africa and the Middle East. Tankers carry oil from Sudan and merchant vessels cobalt from the Congo to Chinese ports. These ships pass through waters patrolled by the Indian Navy, which is a rather formidable and increasingly modern force.

Our Chinese admiral knows his history. China's 1950 invasion of Tibet riled India. China's military support of Pakistan and its clandestine encouragement of Pakistan's nuclear weapons program also irritate New Delhi. In 1962, India and China fought the Sino-Indian War along their Himalayan frontier. That war remains something of a "frozen" conflict politically, and given the altitude, literally. Despite negotiations, the border dispute is not quite resolved.

Should another conflict erupt, the Indian Navy is positioned to damage if not strangle China's economy. Moreover, India just might have America on its side. For over two decades, American strategists have touted the logic of an Indo-American alliance based on linguistic and cultural connections, accelerating economic cooperation and -- well, here's the gist of it -- an increasing interest in curbing Chinese hegemony in Asia.

Sept. 11 and Islamist terrorist attacks in India forge another common cause. As for mutual economic interests, an Indian technician fixing an American computer from a call center in Bangalore is a telling indicator. The Indian government, unlike China's, does not fear global connectivity.

Chinese admirals aren't the only ones who see the implications of this strategic merger. Diplomats in New Delhi and Washington are quite aware of it.

Mention "alliance" and the U.S. in the same sentence, however, and India's left-wing parties go berserk. Indian ultra-nationalists who still rail about British colonialism remain deeply suspicious of political entanglements with the U.S. -- though there seems to be little objection to cooperating with other former British colonies like Australia and Singapore.

So "alliance" is a word Indian and American diplomats intentionally avoid. Three years ago, I interviewed James Clad -- at the time the Department of Defense's deputy assistant secretary for South and Southeast Asia -- about the prospects for a formal U.S.-India defense alliance. Clad demurred. "We're not looking for an alliance with anyone. ... It (the word "alliance") sends a wrong signal," for alliances "figure a real or potential opponent." It was a deft answer. Why provoke the Chinese admiral?

Clad now teaches at the National Defense University. This past week, he told a Reuters reporter, "The maturation of U.S.-India defense ties is steady ... ." That was another deft answer, and accurate.

The relationship between India, the developing giant, and the U.S., the developed giant, is maturing -- and Obama's presidential visit is part of this long, involved and delicate diplomatic process that began developing as the Cold War ended. It is in both India's and America's long-term interest that this process continue.


Jubur Saiful Kosong Tiada Air Mani - Doktor HKL

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 04:11 AM PDT

NOTA EDITOR:Dikatakan bahawa liwat berlaku kerana terdapat air mani dalam jubur Saiful. Namun, mengikut Doktor dari HKL, semasa beliau menginspeksi jubur Saiful, tiada air mani yang dijumpai.

Inilah dia kes tonggang terbalik, kes ENAM PULUH SEMBILAN (bak kata Arwah AR Tompel dan P. Ramlee). Patutlah Arwah P.Ramlee pun tak sokong UMNO ye???

Ingatlah amaran dari Rasul besar kita Muhammad SAW yang diriwayatkan oleh Imam Bukhari:

"Takutlah kamu dengan doa orang yang dizalimi"

(Minta maaf guna perkataan JUBUR sebab dah tak tau nak pakai perkataan apa lagi tanpa kompromi ketepatan maksud ayat)



Tulang Besi

Saiful's rectum was empty, says doctor
Oct 28, 10 6:13pm


Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) general surgeon Dr Mohd Razali Ibrahim told the court in the Anwar Ibrahim sodomy trial that while he was examining complainant Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan's anal region, he noticed the rectum region was empty.

Dr Razali made the startling revelation while he was being cross-examined by defence lawyer Sankara Nair.

Saiful had earlier told the court that he did not defecate for two days after the alleged sodomy incident.

Sankara: Did you look at the rectum?

Dr Razali: Yes.

Sankara: Was it empty?

Dr Razali: Yes, the rectum was empty, but I did not put it down on my report.

Sankara had earlier asked Dr Razali whether questions were posed on Saiful's bowel habits as it would be important to know how many times a person goes to the toilet, but the witness said it was not necessary to do so.

"It depends, you may not have to ask his (medical) history and do the examination yourself. You can ask then or get it later (after the examination). It depends on the situation," he said.

Uncertainty in Pusrawi examination

There was also confusion when Sankara asked Dr Razali whether the HKL doctors had checked if there was any instrument used during Saiful's earlier examination at the Pusrawi Hospital.

Hospital Pusrawi 280708.jpgLooking at a copy of the Pusrawi medical report, Dr Razali said that Saiful had complained of pain in his anus "when passing motion" but later pointed out that the words "passing motion" were crossed out.

"This is something which we heard initially (when being briefed), when Saiful's (medical) history was related."

Saiful had earlier went to Hospital Pusrawi for a medical examination a few hours before going to HKL.

When asked whether he had asked Saiful on instruments being used during the Pusrawi examination, the witness said some instruments were used.

"However, I did not ask what instrument was used," he said, adding that he agreed with the lawyer that such questions were important and should have been posed to Saiful.

"I agree that it this is not a good practise."

The witness also informed the court that although Saiful told the doctors a lubricant was used during the alleged sexual act, no test was performed to verify its existence.

Protoscope inserted on first attempt

During the court hearing, Dr Razali explained how Saiful was examined - the patient was asked to lay down on his left with his knees raised.

"Both knees were brought together to the chest to provide better exposure," he said.

The witness related that he took samples of Saiful's perianal area first before using a lubricant to insert the protoscope inside Saiful's anus.

"The HKL's protoscope measures 6.5cm and a lubricant was placed. I explained the procedure to Saiful and the protoscope was inserted.

"I attempted to insert the protoscope on the first attempt and he did not complain of any pain. I took samples – two from the high rectum and one from the low rectum," he said.

When asked by Sankara whether any photographs were taken when he performed the procedure, Dr Razali said "no", as pictures were only taken on the scars found on Saiful.

He agreed with the lawyer that he was not forensically trained to do such procedures.

Injury to anus

Dr Razali also said he did not do a physical examination on Saiful's anus, although he agreed this could be done without the use of the protoscope as he was using sterile gloves all the time.

He also told the court that there could be varying degrees of trauma or injury to the rectum/anal area depending on the force used.

When asked what are the common causes for pain in the anus, Dr Razali said common infection to the perianal area, disease to the anal/rectum area and possible injury to the area.

The witness agreed that if there was non-consensual sex, it would also result in injury to the anus.


'Little India' brickfields launched

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 03:05 AM PDT

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Soi Lek ada pemimpin umno kurang cerdik

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 02:58 AM PDT

Rakaman video di internet yang memaparkan seorang pemimpin bahagian Umno yang membuat ucapan bahawa partinya tidak memerlukan sokongan Cina dan India dijangka tidak akan menjejaskan sokongan masyarakat Cina pada pilihan raya kecil di Galas, kata presiden MCA, Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek. Katanya, pemimpin seumpama itu tidak mencerminkan pandangan pemimpin atasan Umno. www.malaysiakini.com
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Kua Kia Soong: 23 years on S'pore, M'sia ex-ISA detainees speak out

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 02:00 AM PDT

Even 23 years after being detained under the Internal Security Act in Malaysia's largest political crackdown, Operasi Lalang, the memories still live in Nasir Hashim's mind. "When I got out people asked if I was okay, and I said I was fine...But much later when I was at a police station[...]an officer kicked the bars and it all came flooding back. "I was taken through many doors blindfolded and my interrogators often banged the doors and when you cannot see anything, the noise takes over you," he said on the anniversary of Ops Lalang last night at the Chinese Assembly Hall. Full story here: www.malaysiakini.com
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If Tomorrow Never Come.. Rosmah Mansor

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 01:47 AM PDT

The First Lady Sings...


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Teo Soh Lung: 23 years on S'pore, M'sia ex-ISA detainees speak out

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 01:36 AM PDT

Even 23 years after being detained under the Internal Security Act in Malaysia's largest political crackdown, Operasi Lalang, the memories still live in Nasir Hashim's mind. "When I got out people asked if I was okay, and I said I was fine...But much later when I was at a police station[...]an officer kicked the bars and it all came flooding back. "I was taken through many doors blindfolded and my interrogators often banged the doors and when you cannot see anything, the noise takes over you," he said on the anniversary of Ops Lalang last night at the Chinese Assembly Hall. Full story here: www.malaysiakini.com
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Saari Sungib: 23 years on S'pore, M'sia ex-ISA detainees speak out

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 12:46 AM PDT

Even 23 years after being detained under the Internal Security Act in Malaysia's largest political crackdown, Operasi Lalang, the memories still live in Nasir Hashim's mind. "When I got out people asked if I was okay, and I said I was fine...But much later when I was at a police station[...]an officer kicked the bars and it all came flooding back. "I was taken through many doors blindfolded and my interrogators often banged the doors and when you cannot see anything, the noise takes over you," he said on the anniversary of Ops Lalang last night at the Chinese Assembly Hall. Full story here: www.malaysiakini.com
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Nasir Hashim: 23 years on S'pore, M'sia ex-ISA detainees speak out

Posted: 28 Oct 2010 12:27 AM PDT

Even 23 years after being detained under the Internal Security Act in Malaysia's largest political crackdown, Operasi Lalang, the memories still live in Nasir Hashim's mind. "When I got out people asked if I was okay, and I said I was fine...But much later when I was at a police station[...]an officer kicked the bars and it all came flooding back. "I was taken through many doors blindfolded and my interrogators often banged the doors and when you cannot see anything, the noise takes over you," he said on the anniversary of Ops Lalang last night at the Chinese Assembly Hall. Full story here: www.malaysiakini.com
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It takes courage to speak the truth

Posted: 27 Oct 2010 03:25 PM PDT

From Oz, via e-mail

I refer to your editorial, 'Cannons to the left, cannons to the right...' Well said, and be ready for a call from MCMC. Guess you are ready for it, and I tip my hat in admiration of your courage.

The message has to get through. Purported national leaders from the prime minister down, care little about the poor Malays in the kampongs, or even the urban poor of all races, so long as they can live it up live it up at Monaco and the French Riviera and allocate RM$65 million to do up the PM's residence.

An incoming president of the US is only allocated US$100,000 to do up the White House. The Obamas, incidentally, decided to bear the cost themselves.

The mega projects are just another  means of plunder, by the billions, through the awarding of 'first come, first served' contracts to sons, daughters, brothers and sisters, and cronies.

Even the kampong folk will wake up to this rape of the country by these Umno goons. Thank Allah, already 50% of Malays are already disenchanted.

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Cannons to the left, cannons to the right...



Social contract: Umno can't handle rational debate

Posted: 27 Oct 2010 03:24 PM PDT

From Daniel Chan,via e-mail

I fully agree with the need to rationally debate this subject. I have read and re-read the constitution. And I wonder and ponder how Umno can continue to liberally define those several clauses. And the definition and coverage seems to expand almost without limit.

And now, they want the rest of Malaysians to shut up and never question the social contract (whatever they have made it out to be). It can only mean Umno's biased interpretation will never hold in a rational debate.


From Lim Yiat Fong, via e-mail

I'm all for getting to the bottom of this 'mumbo jumbo'. All my life I have been indoctrinated with NEP and the social contract philosophy. If I may say so, it kind of like brain washing. We deserve to know the truth once and for all. Yes, let's get the facts and let us hear the legal and constitutional experts' views on this matter.

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Let's have a rational debate on social contract


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