- GALAS: UMNO Mulakan Kempen Dengan Memfitnah Calon PAS
- Najib, Can You Crush This Body?
- NO FEAR THAT PAKATAN RAKYAT WOULD AMEND THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION
- Crime Against Women: City Survival Training Program
- Datuk Najib the subject here is not ‘corruption’ is special privileges.we will defend it with ASSHOLE
- 蔡細歷：女公僕有“小約瑟芬” 刁難商人牽怒政府
- OTK: Baby Hatches are here to save lives
- Israel and the meaningless 'peace' talks
- Saboteurs within Umno
- Gua Musang Umno sec Aziz Yusof to run for Galas
- Muhyiddin: RM7 billion untuk Kelantan
- I am Malaysian
- POLISI PAKATAN RAKYAT
- UMNO - 100-storey building yes, school bus fare no!
- ANWAR :DON’T PROVIDE PLATFORM TO ANYONE WHO ATTACKS THE PARTY
- Don't Fall For BN/Umno's Version Of History!
- ISR (Individual Social Responsibility)
- Updates:-BN/PKR P185 Batu Sapi
- Najib's speech 'an admission of Umno's irrelevance'
- Sejarah satu keluarga Cina
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 12:17 PM PDT
NOTA EDITOR: Saya tak sangka UMNO begitu desperado sehingga sanggup memfitnah calon PAS di Galas berkhalwat dengan ibu beliau sendiri.
Kalau duduk sebilik dengan ibu sendiri, tu namanya ziarah, bukan berkhalwat.
Perangai UMNO kuat memfitnah sehingga sampai tahap begitu buruk macam ni.
Calon PAS: Tuduhan khalwat fitnah semata-mata
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 11:32 AM PDT
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 08:49 AM PDT
By the Administrator
In the recent UMNO's General Assembly, the party's President and the Malaysian Prime Minister Dato Seri Najib Razak argued that constitutional provisions on non-Malay citizenship as well as Article 152, 153 and 181 – provisions on the Malay language, Malay special position and Malay rulers respectively – cannot be amended.
He said that even with a two-third majority in Parliament, no political force can amend these provisions without consent from the Malay rulers. In a way, he implicitly predicted that the rulers would not acquiesce to any change to existing provisions.
Utusan Malaysia , an UMNO mouth-piece, have repeatedly warned that the Malays must rise up and unite in view of an increasing vocal opposition, that is supported by the majority of non-Malays.
Najib has even gone further then that. He further commented that even if the opposition were to form the federal government with a two-thirds majority in Parliament, the Federal Constitution could not be amended in respect of those special provisions.
This argument somewhat echoes PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim's campaign message that the special position of the Malays will remain even if the opposition ascends to power.
In fact, all the Pakatan Rakyat component leaders already signed a document whereby assurance was given not to amend the Federal Constitution so far as the Malay special previlages, the Malay language as the National Language, and the Royalty as an Institution are concerned.
PERKASA, an over-jealous body that is led by Ibrahim Ali, and its strong backer, Tun Dr. Mahathir, the former Prime Minister and the advisor to Najib, if are not blind to this document, are, in fact, out to mislead the Malay masses.
Given that Dr. Mahathir still got a strong influence over UMNO delegates, Najib is now walking on a tight rope even if he wished to woo the non-Malay voters which have basically abandoned BN after the last General election, as he would risk to attract criticism and attack from within his own party and thus eroding his won political base.
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 08:22 AM PDT
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 08:26 AM PDT
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Laws are meant UMNOPUTRASI who has virtually no say in the system, whether politically/ monetarily/ or physically.
In a country where the law makers are the biggest law breakers. Will or can there be a rule of Law?
There are many sons of Powerful people who are moving freely despite been convicted by the courts; Will that happen?
To obey or abide by the law: This is expecting too much from the privileged class.
yes in our country we cannot give equal status to every one and when the term equality comes then the so called vvips gets the major portion and least comes to other citizens. so when we are talking about equality every citizens should be same in the eyes of law not in writen rather in action and this changes can be possible if so called vvips will change their attitudes.
Absolutely correct.UNless and untill Our socalled leaders themselves exemplify with their own conduct there would not be any hope of improvement.But is it possible when we electthem on the basis of RACE or some other considerationother than merit,?
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a truthful article. It is true in all aspects. Who can change? The people instead of being passive and fatalistic should be active and change the game the politicians play.They need not vote for the same leadership decade after decade.They need not vote for the same family. They need not be quiet and accept the corruption passively. If the people want a change they can protest en mass and bring changes.We people of India need not tolerate corruption,petty divisionist politics and bureaucracy. People have to raise their voice and say enough is enough and change the leadership.The games of dirty politics should be stopped.
At the end of the day its the people who elected the super citizens to power. The voting masses arnt powerless just dumb. Its naive to think that in a democracy the voters can be absolved of all responsibility.
Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders have claimed the axe has fallen on Datuk Seri Najib Razak's New Economic Model (NEM) following his vows to uphold the pro-Bumiputra New Economic Policy (NEP) over the weekend.
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 07:29 AM PDT
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 07:05 AM PDT
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 07:01 AM PDT
The so-called 'peace talks' between Israel and the Arabs ("Palestinians") are going nowhere. Which should not be a surprise. The local Arabs believe in their hearts, and teach their children about the need to destroy Israel. These taqiyya-spewing deceivers give lip service to 'peace' when they talk in English for the Western media or glad-hand naive Western diplomats. But in Arabic, they preach and clamor for war, death and destruction:
The current round of peace talks, sponsored by the United States, continues to produce nothing. Palestinian officials, when speaking in Arabic, openly describe the talks as just a propaganda opportunity to make Israel look bad. These same Palestinian officials repeat the same goals they have been pushing for decades, that of destroying Israel, not making peace deals. Officially, most Western nations refuse to recognize this reality, although, off-the-record, they are scrambling to figure out how to deal with the Arab intransigence. The fixation on destroying Israel is another manifestation of the "Arab disease" that the Arabs are not eager to deal with at the moment. But so many Arab nations have, for so long, backed the "Israel must be destroyed" line, that it is seen as too difficult to change now. So the Arab world continues down the path to nowhere, and the rest of world generally stumbles along behind them.
Here in Malaysia, there is no change--and why would there be--from the official government position to support the Arabs and their goals of destroying Israel. Although the Malaysians will never quite come out and say this (officially). Meanwhile, Malaysia's ally in Tehran continues arming their Palestinian proxies, building their nuclear bomb and evading sanctions, all aided and abetted by their allies in Beijing and Putrajaya.
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 06:29 AM PDT
Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin said in Galas on Sunday that Umno members should stop sabotaging their own party, especially during by-elections if the leaders of their choice are not made candidates.
"I give my assurance that there wont be any more acts of sabotage during campaign for Galas state constituency by-election." (read Bernama).
I dont know what he meant. Were Pemuda members involved in such acts in the past or whether he acknowledged that such activities had taken place somewhere during the previous 12 by-elections.
However, I agree to the fact that there are many saboteurs in Umno, and those involved are not only members at the grassroots but also at the mid and top levels. In previous general elections and by-elections, there were reports of such activities but no severe actions were taken.
We got to admit the fact that there are 'sour grapes' within the party. Those denied a place at a branch, division and other party position may lose their heads and will form their own groupings while remaining as party members.
I know some cases where Umno division heads launch a backstabbing policy to ousted their own deputies or secretaries elected as State Assemblymen or Members of Parliament. Most division heads are of the perception that since they head their respective divisions, they should be elected to a State Assembly or the Parliament.
I think Umno President Dato' Seri Najib Tun Razak failed to tick this issue during the just concluded general assembly. He should realise that this 'virus' is spreading and could at anytime ruin the beloved party.
Yes, we should not be ignorance of saboteurs within Umno. We lost a lot of seats during the last general elections, partly because Umno members chose to vote the Opposition. And there are still too many of them out there.
Nope. It is not an easy task but if we fail to contain such acts, it would turn into a tumor and Umno would be very much affected later on.
However, have we ever wondered why these 'sour grapes' are going all out to secure a position in the party, by all ways and means? The answer is POWER and MONEY!
Do I have to say more?
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 05:23 AM PDT
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 04:50 AM PDT
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 03:39 AM PDT
Deputy Prime Minister, Muhyiddin Yassin, at the Umno general assembly, proudly announced......
"My late father was Bugis.My late mother was a Javanese. I am Malay."
After reading that I thought I would join in the light-hearted exchange by declaring......
"My late father was born in Malaya. My late mother was from China. I am Malaysian!"
Come on, join the fun. Shout it out! Be proud. And be part of the Malaysian root.
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 02:06 AM PDT
Pakatan Rakyat menyediakan suatu rencana dasar dan kebijakan untuk membawa keluar bangsa dan negara dari kemelut yang semakin meruncing.
Agenda pembangunan bangsa telah tergelincir akibat dari faham perkauman sempit, politik adu domba dan "demokrasi otoritarian". Ekonomi merudum akibat dari keruntuhan akal budi, kerakusan rasuah dan kebijakan-kebijakan usang yang menyebabkan Malaysia tercicir ke belakang dari ekonomi-ekonomi rancak serantau.
Ketidakadilan ekonomi semakin ketara dengan melebarnya jurang antara golongan kaya dengan miskin, antara bandar, desa dan pendalaman antara Semenanjung dan Sabah dan Sarawak.
Peningkatan jenayah mengancam keselamatan nyawa dan harta rakyat kerana pasukan polis disalahgunakan untuk tujuan politik sempit. Kewibawaan dan kebebasan sistem kehakiman terus digasir oleh campur tangan politik dan kepentingan perniagaan.
Setengah abad Malaysia merdeka dan berdaulat sewajarnya mendewasakan. Ini diterjemahkan manakala rakyat dari pelbagai kaum mempamerkan semangat baru meleburkan kerangka pemikiran usang dan jumud, menolak kerakusan kuasa, merebaknya rasuah, merompak khazanah negara dan menginjak hak rakyat.
Menginsafi semangat rakyat tersebut maka Pakatan Rakyat mengikrarkan iltizam kami untuk menghayati dan melaksanakan agenda politik baru ke arah menggembleng tenaga rakyat dari pelbagai kaum, agama dan budaya yang dilihat sebagai satu kekuatan.
Malah kami yakin; kita mampu berubah dari dasar perkauman sempit kepada kerukunan hidup beragama, nilai kemanusiaan, berlandaskan prinsip akhlak dan etika hak asasi, prinsip negara hukum tanpa memilih darjat, kaum atau kelompok. Dasar yang terpasak dari kepatuhan kepada Perlembagaan dan prinsip-prinsip keadilan sejagat akan menjamin keluhuran undang-undang dan kebebasan sistem kehakiman, sebagaimana ia menjamin hak-hak asasi manusia dan maruah rakyat kekal terbela dan dimartabatkan.
Pakatan Rakyat berkeyakinan bahawa ekonomi Malaysia mampu dipacu dengan lebih pantas melalui dasar ekonomi pasaran yang manusiawi yang mengarah kepada pembangunan manusia seutuhnya. Kebijakan ekonomi harus menjadikan Malaysia mampu berdaya saing, iklim pelaburan yang sihat, percukaian progresif, tetapi kukuh dengan hasrat mencapai keadilan melalui kaedah pengagihan ekonomi yang adil terutama bagi kelompok miskin dan terpinggir.
Pakatan Rakyat menolak dasar yang membuka ruang kepada rasuah dan lain-lain jenayah kewangan serta penyalahgunaan kuasa. Demi memastikan pertumbuhan yang mapan, dasar menindas yang hanya memperkayakan segelintir perlu digantikan dengan sebuah dasar yang memastikan bantuan kepada golongan miskin di Malaysia tanpa mengira kaum.
Berdasarkan latar belakang ini kami mengajak rakyat Malaysia mencipta suatu muafakat baru yang berteraskan keadilan untuk semua dan prinsip-prinsip perlembagaan. Ini adalah agenda yang mesti dilakukan untuk mengembalikan maruah bangsa, kebebasan rakyat dan kemuliaan insan. Hanya dengan keadilan semua rakyat akan makmur dan bersatu padu.
19 Disember 2009
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 02:40 AM PDT
Malaysiakini - PSM: 70% Malay support vital for Putrajaya win.
PSM's sole MP Dr Jeyakumar Devaraj revealed that in his Sungai Siput constituency, some Malays can't even afford to pay their electricity bill and some can't send their children to school because they can't afford the bus fare. Thus he warned Pakatan that an issue like 'meritocracy' frightens rather than impress these people. He advised Pakatan to back off from promoting the meritocracy issue because it's meaningless to the poor.
It reminds me of a lecture on the Vietnam War where the USA talked about democracy and freedom to a deaf Vietnamese population who were more interested in the basic 3 bowls of rice each day.
As a real socialist, Dr Jeya knows what he's talking about, though of course it doesn't mean Pakatan shouldn't continue promoting meritocracy; however Pakatan should also highlight more effectively its affirmative action programs for the needy, especially the poor Malay peasants and fishermen.
The state of such extreme poverty among Malay in Sungai Siput is also a terrible indictment on UMNO. After 53 years of its rule, it's a disgrace for UMNO and a repudiation on its nonsensical claims of being a party for Malays when there are still Malays who can't afford bus fares for their childrent to go to school or to pay for their electricity.
Yet UMNO talks about the importance of building 100-storey tall building, while in the past it had squandered billions building Petronas Tower, Putrajaya, bridge to nowhere, sending astronauts into space, adventure jollies to the Poles, Mt Everest and god knows where else, and generally wasting billions and billions of soon-to-be-depleted petroleum revenue. The list of UMNO profligacy goes on and on, while the poor Malays fell through the cracks left behind by UMNO's high rollers.
Unfortunately most of those Malays in Sungai Siput Malays and elsewhere will continue voting for UMNO because they believe UMNO's propaganda that it's the party to protect Malays, when the truth of course is UMNO is a personal profit (profiterring) club, of UMNO members for UMNO members by UMNO members - or why else would there be such heavy corrupttion of money-politics in UMNO party elections?
And regretfully, nothing will ever change in UMNO, based on what Najib, Muhyiddin and the UMNO crowd have said at their annual meeting. It's going to be business, UMNO business, as usual!
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 01:59 AM PDT
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 01:55 AM PDT
The BN/Umno regime of Najib Razak is going to make it compulsory for SPM students to pass their History Paper if they want to get their SPM Certificate. The Regime is also going to introduce History as a subject to Primary school children as well. As it is now, SPM students must pass their Malay Language Paper if the want to get the SPM Certificate.
The rationale for the BN/Umno Regime's action is that the Government believes that by making such a move the Government can make the younger generation understand what they (BN/Umno) consider to be the true History of the country i.e. Malay Supremacy, Islamic Supremacy, the supremacy of the Malay Rulers, Umno's sacrifice and struggle in winning independence, the notion that Malays arrived here first and non Malays as Pendatang (Immigrants) while at the same time 'exposing' anything contrary to the above as lies.
BN/Umno wants to propagate their perverted version of History in the minds of the younger generation as a means to hold on to power. The fact is if you want to make History compulsory, why not start telling the Truth, though the Truth might hurt.
Our History textbooks talk about how the British manipulated and intervened in the Malay States and colonized it. What they don't tell us is the fact that the British actually colonized the Malay States due to the greed and the craze for power on the part of the Malay Rulers. In fact, it was the Malay Rulers who invited the British to 'Campur tangan' (intervene) in their affairs. The British never came with guns blazing like the Spaniards did in Latin America. If the British did what the Spaniards did in Latin America, the Malays today will be Christians and have English as their mother tongue. In fact, Malaysian history textbooks conveniently leave out the fact that the Japanese brutalized the Chinese in Malaya but gave preferential treatment to the Malays and their Sultans. If there were any real heroes to talk about it would be Bintang Tiga which comprised of all the three main races in Malaya who fought not only the Japanese but also the British. They were made to be the 'Bad Guys' by the British because they were Communists. The Malays never really suffered as did those who were under the yoke of colonial rule by the Spaniards and French. In fact, there wouldn't even be Malay Rulers today. Some of the Malay heroes such as Datuk Maharaja Lela and Raja Haji are nothing but thugs and assassins who were paid mercenaries.
Even the current SPM History syllabus has 5 chapters on Islam alone with just a sprinkling about other religions. If you want to teach about history why not teach World history in it's fullest? To find out about the TRUTH of Malaysian History, please read the following links:
Posted: 24 Oct 2010 01:12 AM PDT
By Pakac Luteb
ISR (Individual Social Responsibility) is the concept that each of us
who is of sound mind,
whether we act alone or as part of a group, is responsible for our
action (or inaction) and the
resultant consequences to ourselves and others.
If we want the consequences to be a peaceful, harmonious society which
can flourish economically and socially, there are certain guidelines:
Don't be smug, even if your mind is blazingly fast, your intelligence
is about twice average and you're a member of MENSA.
Don't be smug, even if you own hundreds of hectares of prime land.
Don't be smug, even if your nett worth exceeds the GDP of some countries.
Don't be racist, people don't get to choose their skin colour or shape
of their nose.
Don't be anti-gay or anti-lesbian, others don't choose their sexual
orientation any more than you chose to be straight.
Don't be xenophobic, the world has many countries and cultures.
Don't be misogynist, people don't choose their gender.
Don't obey unlawful orders.
Do listen to other's opinions, you don't have a monopoly on good ideas.
Do help a blind person cross a busy road.
Do use resources wisely, Earth is not growing any larger, therefore
Earth's resources are finite and fixed. Already people use too much of
Earth's resources, for example the population of fish in the ocean
that we depend on for our food has already declined by 90%! It's
obvious that as population increases the quantum of resources
available to each person decreases.
Do have small families, one or two children. I wanted one, my excuse
for the second one is the condom broke. Sorry.
Much of the resources individuals depend on is not controlled by the
individuals dependent on the resource, more often the resource is
controlled by corporations and governments. That's particularly true
in the case of rivers, upstream activities impact people downstream.
With control of a resource comes responsibility for the welfare of the
people dependent on the resource.
For example, Taib Mahmud, his family and the timber companies in
Sarawak are responsible for the welfare of the Penan. They are also
responsible for any consequences, such as environmental damage,
resulting from their action or inaction.
People in corporations and politicians are accustomed to thinking
short-term, the next quarter, year or election. They have no choice
but to think that way, but they must also consider how their actions
will have impact over the next 50 years at least. Their old age and
the lives of their children and grandchildren will be affected by
Think carefully and act wisely, the future begins now.
Posted: 23 Oct 2010 10:17 PM PDT
Sabah Political Correspondent Bugi Wijaya ( Sunday 1.00pm)
Sandakan : Reliable sources has confirmed that the Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate for the parliamentary seat of P.185 Batu Sapi will Datin Linda Tsen Thau Lin, the wife of the late MP Datuk Edmund Chong Ket Wah. The announcement which will be made at 2.00pm by the BN Sabah Chairman YAB Datuk Seri Panglima Musa Haji Aman will pit a new comer against a giant in Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) President Datuk Yong Teck Lee who will also be contesting the seat.
Sandakan has been a hive of activities with Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia (Gerakan) having its Sabah State National Delegates Conference at the community centre here. BN leaders and supporters have also been arriving to lend a hand in the campaign for the by-election.
Pakatan Rakyat Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is also expected in Sandakan to announce their candidate in making it a minimum three corner fight for the seat which fell vacant following the fatal accident of the incumbent.
Posted: 23 Oct 2010 12:05 PM PDT
By Mohd Ariff Sabri Azizz
COMMENT The Umno annual general assembly was just another round of an orgy of self congratulatory pats and a a contest to come up with the most banal, the most stupid and the most outrageous thinking.
One such banality was the call to end the advertisement of ladies sanitary pad because such advertisements lead people astray. Malay or non Malay, missy?
Now the Umno president is saying the Royal Institution is a Godsend. It's the final bulwark against the erosion of Malay rights and privileges.
The whole speech contained 95 points. The few last points included a demand for a pledge to defend Putrajaya at all costs. It was dramatically worded to have the desire effect of galvanizing the Umno faithfuls.
Posted: 23 Oct 2010 08:16 PM PDT
Ini kisah satu keluarga Cina beranak lima orang di China pada akhir tahun 1920an. Nama anak-anak mereka ialah Chu, Bu, Hu, Su dan Fu.
Keadaan negara China yang berkrisis semasa itu membuat mereka mengambil keputusan untuk berhijarah ke Ameriak Syarikat.
Untuk memudahkan mendapatkan visa tinggal, anak-anak mereka mengambil nama orang Amerika. Chu menjadi Chuck. Bu bertukar menjadi Buck. Hu ambil nama Huck.
Su dan Fu tak jadi berhijrah, lalu ambil keputusan pulang balik ke China ...
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