Saturday, January 29, 2011

1Malaysia brings the sexy back

1Malaysia brings the sexy back


1Malaysia brings the sexy back

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 07:56 AM PST

The 'Malam Mesra 1 Malaysia Sambutan Tahun Baru Cina', which was held just 600 metres away at Dataran Labis and featured local artistes and deejays from national Mandarin radio station AiFM, attracted only some 500 locals. The festive concert organised by the Pekan Labis village security and development committee (JKKK) and other local Chinese NGOs, had invited MCA president Dr Chua Soi Lek, deputy president Liow Tiong Lai and Labis MP Chua Tee Yong as VIPs. tenang by election 280111 fireworks at 1 malaysia new year partyMCA campaign leaflets lambasting PAS' Islamic state agenda were distributed during the concert. Laptops, mobile phones and hampers were among the prizes given away in a lucky draw. Chua also handed out letters of compliment, signed by Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak, to seven students from SJK(C) Labis who scored 7As in the UPSR last year. The crowd was entertained to two rounds of two-minute fireworks as a curtain raiser and to mark the end of the concert. In a short speech, Chua reiterated the MCA stance that voting for the PAS candidate would be seen as supporting an Islamic state.
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Teoh Beng Hock RCI to wrap up by April 25

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 02:00 AM PST

Jan 29, 2011: The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Teoh Beng Hock's Death in Custody is expected to wrap up its inquest and present its report to the Agong by April 25 at the latest. teoh beng hock royal commission first meeting 290111 james foongCommission chairperson James Foong said they will conduct the inquiry from Monday to Friday every week starting this Feb 14. "According to our calculations, the inquiry must be completed and the report handed to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong by April 25. That means we don't have much time," he said at a press conference after the commission's first meeting at the Kuala Lumpur courts complex in Jalan Duta today. www.malaysiakini.com
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Soi Lek jelajah rumah pengundi cina di Labis

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 12:38 AM PST

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(Gambar) Ceramah Pakatan Rakyat Di Tenang Disambut Dengan Meriah

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 08:00 AM PST


Ceramah Pakatan Rakyat meriah walaupun hujan lebat dan jamuan 1Malaysia cuba untuk "merebut" penduduk Labis dengan hadiah-hadiah menarik.


Baca selebihnya:
Ceramah 1Malaysia Tenang Yang Penuh Dengan Hadiah Menarik
http://gomalaysian.blogspot.com/2011/01/ceramah-1malaysia-tenang-yang-penuh.html



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6 simple ways to prevent Alzheimers

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 06:50 AM PST

Come across a interesting article in yahoo on 6 simple ways to prevent dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. In fact, this 6 ways are good for general health as well as cardiovascular health too. The link to the original article is here, but i will also post part of that article in this blog:

1. Physical activity

Research from the University of Illinois has suggested that regular aerobic activity—like running, walking, or bicycling, which require oxygen to produce energy—may do a better job of protecting brain function than nonaerobic activity, which does not recruit oxygen and uses short bursts of motion (golf, tennis, and lifting weights). Reaping the cognitive benefits of pumping oxygen- and sugar-rich blood to the brain won't require high intensity exercise, says William Thies, chief medical and scientific officer of the Alzheimer's Association. The Alzheimer's Association advises picking activities you like and doing them regularly for at least 30 minutes a day.

2. Weight control

The heavier a person is, the more likely he or she may be to develop Alzheimer's. Thompson published research that found that the brains of older individuals who were obese (with a body mass index over 30) had approximately 8 percent less brain volume than subjects of normal weight (BMI between 18.5 and 25). When brain-volume loss reaches about 10 percent, Thompson says, symptoms like memory trouble or confusion appear. Earlier studies have suggested that people who are obese in midlife have a threefold increased risk of developing Alzheimer's, and those who are overweight (considered a BMI between 25 and 30) have a twofold increased risk. This is due, at least in part, to the fact that with added pounds, fat gets deposited in the brain and narrows blood vessels that deliver fuel, Thompson theorizes. Over the long term, brain cells die and vital connections and volume are lost.

3. Mental challenges

No, it's not just about doing sudoku—though puzzles do fall into the category. The brain's ability to reorganize neural pathways with new information or experiences means it's regularly changing; we can even generate new brain cells. But you need to work it. The general guideline, says Neil Buckholtz, chief of the dementias of aging branch at the National Institute on Aging, is regularly engaging in "some kind of new learning that challenges you." No one knows exactly what works, though population research has shown that having more years of formal education seems to be protective. Folks with lots of schooling can still get Alzheimer's, but the disease may appear later. From that, some extrapolate that lifelong curiosity and learning may have benefits.

4. Social connections

Research has found that people with larger social networks, while they had similar amounts of the plaques and tangles of Alzheimer's as did more isolated people, were less affected cognitively. And separate research suggests that psychological distress over the long term significantly raises a person's risk of developing Alzheimer's. Thies predicts that science will eventually reveal that "this kind of interaction stimulates the brain to make new connections" that perhaps help compensate for decline. To get a threefer, try learning the intricate steps of the tango in a dance class with your friends.

5. Healthy diet

"What we have pretty good evidence for is that a diet higher in vegetables and lower in fat is [protective,]" explains Thies. While the evidence doesn't offer up any recipes for success, the general recommendation is to get plenty of veggies and fruits with dark skins, like spinach, beets, red bell peppers, onions, eggplants, prunes, blackberries, strawberries, red grapes, oranges, and cherries, according to the Alzheimer's Association. Some evidence suggests green, leafy cruciferous vegetables, in particular, are helpful. Eating fish high in omega-3 fatty acids may be beneficial. So may some nuts, such as almonds, walnuts, and pecans, that have high levels of vitamin E, an antioxidant. Research published in the Archives of Neurology suggested that the Mediterranean diet appears to be protective against Alzheimer's. Some animal research has shown that curcumin, which is in the curry spice turmeric, suppresses the buildup of beta-amyloid, a main component in the harmful plaques in the Alzheimer's-afflicted brain.

6. Chronic disease control

Buckholtz notes that "high blood pressure in old age is a very strong risk factor for developing Alzheimer's later on, but if you can keep the blood pressure down, that decreases your risk." And a study published in the journal Dementia & Geriatric Cognitive Disorders found that people in their 40s who had mildly elevated cholesterol were at greater risk of developing Alzheimer's later in life. A sizable body of evidence suggests that type 2 diabetes and heart disease affect the brain and perhaps the development or severity of Alzheimer'



Gobalakrishnan leaves the poison behind

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 06:22 AM PST

So the virtually impossible has happened - Gobalakrishnan, once PKR's chief bodek-er of Anwar, has resigned from PKR in disgust. Who would have ever predicted this prior to the recent party polls - a poll which had led many party stalwarts as well as notable and neutral socio-political observers to question the integrity of its process.

Silence from the party leaders, or their caught-with-pants-down inability to reply the challenges by the complainants have invited the inevitable destructive implosion.

And instead of pressuring the party leaders to be fully accountable, predictably, the moronic PKR fanatics lambasted Gobala as a snake, frog, UMNO-MIC mole, running dog and with various animal appellations. Will they do likewise to other complainants like Chegubard, Jonson Chong, Mustaffa Kamil as they did to Zaid Ibrahim, Gobala, Nallakaruppan, etc?

As I mentioned in my previous post The Poison within PKR - Part III:

Gobala might have hailed from MIC, supposedly a stigma that anwaristas have been hurling at him since he spoke out against Anwar Ibrahim. That's the infantile stupidity of anwaristas. They seem to have forgotten that their very own icon and his blue-eye boy hailed from UMNO, and as another example, Chua Jui Meng was from MCA, etc.

Dismissing Anwar's critics by pointing to their original political affiliations (Gobala from MIC, Zaid Ibrahim from UMNO, etc) while ignoring those of Anwar and Azmin (and Chua JM) is childish, double-standard, not objective, self deceiving, and can even eventually lead/escalate to accusing-stereotyping people like Gobala of being a "typical Indian". Bet you that label has already been voiced within some groups in PKR.

and also

And haven't party seniority and living the party's 'trials & tribulations' been the Azmin Ali camp's arguments on why Azmin was far more deserving than Zaid Ibrahim of the post of party deputy president?

The blind double-standard hypocrites they are, their argument of 'no to parachutist' in the Azmin versus Zaid Ibrahim election tussle obviously doesn't apply to the Gobala vs Surendran case.

Such double standard hypocrisy and Machiavellian manipulation to marginalize those members posing a threat to Azmin Ali have been the deadly ingredients which brew the poison with PKR.

Just double-standard fanatics, blind to their own follies, without the ability to think independently.

I believe it has been Anwar's blind devotion for and non-negotiable support of Azmin Ali that have fermented the poison within PKR which will eventually kill the party off like Roundup does for lallangs.

Yes, perhaps Gobala may not be an intellectual, as some snobs in PKR suggested and thus better out of the party, but how many intellectuals does PKR have? Is Azmin Ali an intellectual? wakakaka! In reality he is nothing more than a pretty boy, a relative lightweight in the intellect department. His only strength in PKR is that Anwar Ibrahim backs him up 101% - nothing else.

Gobala was a loyal PKR member and an erstwhile staunch supporter of Anwar Ibrahim. The reason for him leaving PKR with such anger is no different to that of Nallakaruppan, where Anwar and the party had done him grave injustices. For Gobala, they were a mix, namely, the questionable party polling process and the refusal or inability of the party leaders to answer the challenges of the complainants, the deliberate snubbing of him in favour of Surendran (showing PKR's double standard where Surendran is okay as a parachutist but not so for Zaid Ibrahim), the outrageous 45-page show-cause letter with a demand to respond within an unreasonable 7 days, etc. Any reasonable man would have been driven off by such rot.

Gobala wasn't the first to exit PKR with animosity; he won't be the last. So, will you anwaristas again blame those who leave, or will you open your eyes wide and recognize the Anwar-Azmin poison? It's time PKR members wake up from their mesmerized hypnotized hallucinations, and stop imagining your icon and his blue-eye boy are infallible.


Pilihanraya Kecil DUN Tenang Penentu Harga Minyak RON95

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 05:10 AM PST


Dua hari sebelum hari pengundian PRK Galas dan Batu Sapi, iaitu pada 2 November 2010, kerajaan mengumumkan kenaikan harga minyak RON97 sebanyak 5 sen perliter, kepada RM2.15.


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PRK Tenang penentu harga minyak RON95

Dua hari sebelum hari pengundian PRK Galas dan Batu Sapi, iaitu pada 2 November 2010, kerajaan mengumumkan kenaikan harga minyak RON97 sebanyak 5 sen perliter, kepada RM2.15. Menaikkan harga barang menjadi sesuatu yang pantang sebelum pilihan raya. Ironinya, keputusan pilihan raya memperlihatkan bahawa bukan sahaja pengundi tidak rasa tersinggung, malah BN memperolehi undi majoriti yang lebih banyak di kedua-dua kawasan, sebahagian besarnya mungkin disebabkan faktor tempatan. Ia memberi lampu hijau kepada kerajaan BN untuk mendakwa bahawa rakyat merestui keputusan kerajaan untuk mengurangkan subsidi.

Selepas satu bulan, kerajaan BN yang mendapat galakan daripada rakyat menaikkan harga RON97 sebanyak 15 sen lagi, kemudian melanjutkan kenaikan harga kepada RON95, diesel, gas dan gula. Pada 5 Januari 2011, harga minyak RON97 dinaikkan kepada RM2.40, bersamaan kenaikan 30 sen perliter dalam tempoh dua bulan, atau kadar kenaikan 14%.

Maka, PRK Tenang bakal membawa dua kesan utama. Pertama, tarikh pilihan raya umum. Kedua, perubahan harga barang. Struktur pengundi Tenang mengikut kaum adalah Melayu (sedikit lebih kurang daripada 50%), Cina (38%), India dan lain-lain (12%), tidak jauh daripada nisbah populasi pengundi peringkat negara.

Jadi, meskipun Johor merupakan kubu BN, dan secara umumnya menganggap UMNO bakal menang dalam PRK Tenang, tetapi kedua-dua BN dan PRK masih berhempas pulas - kerana melihat ia sebagai pertarungan awal sebelum PRU ke-13. Seandainya BN menang, maka ia akan terus mendesak selangkah ke depan. Sebaliknya, jikalau BN menang tipis, maka PR akan mendakwa sentimen tsunami politik 8 Mac 2008 belum menyurut.

Kemenangan besar BN akan mengundang kenaikan harga

Sudah tentunya tarikh PRU bakal memberi kesan kepada perubahan harga barang. Jikalau langkah PRU semakin hampir, maka harga barang akan melonjak hanya selepas pilihan raya. Sebaliknya, jikalau PRU tidak diadakan segera, maka harga barang mungkin dinaikkan dahulu supaya perbelanjaan kerajaan dijimatkan, sementara rakyat menyesuaikan diri dengan kadar kenaikan tersebut.

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Untuk menyimpulkan kesannya terhadap tarikh PRU dan harga barang, PRK Tenang mungkin mempunyai tiga kesudahan.

Pertama, BN menang besar, malah melebihi sokongan pada tahun 2004. Ia mungkin memberangsangkan BN untuk mengadakan PRU sebelum Jun tahun ini (mungkin serentak dengan pilihan raya negeri Sarawak). Jadi, kenaikan harga lantaran pengurangan subsidi mungkin berlaku selepas pertengahan tahun ini.

Kedua, BN memperolehi keputusan yang lebih baik daripada 8 Mac 2008, namun gagal mengembalikan sokongan yang diperolehi pada PRU tahun 2004. Jadi, BN tidak berani untuk mengadakan PRU dengan segera. Dalam keadaan ini, kenaikan harga barang mungkin berlaku secara berperingkat. Kerajaan mengurangkan defisit, sementara rakyat menyesuaikan diri dengan keadaan - untuk mengurangkan impak inflasi terhadap BN dalam pilihan raya.

Ketiga, BN menang tipis atau kecundang. Bukan sahaja PRU terpaksa ditunda untuk menunggu keadaan ekonomi pulih, malah "subsidy rationalization" akan diperlahankan langkahnya.

Selepas krisis Greek, adalah menjadi sesuatu yang "wajib" untuk kerajaan mengurangkan subsidi di negara merata dunia. Bezanya, pendekatan dan pakej pengurangan subsidi. Langkah pertama kerajaan Ireland, Britain dan Sepanyol mengurangkan subsidi adalah pengurangkan gaji menteri kabinet dan pegawai kanan, untuk menunjukkan "berat sama dipikul". Lebih penting, jikalau langkah pengurangan subsidi atau perbelanjaan kebajikan itu membebankan golongan bawah, maka kerajaan harus mengemukakan pakej untuk meringankannya.

Jikalau BN tewas atau terkejut dengan keputusan PRK Tenang, maka agak mustahil untuk harga minyak RON 97 dinaikkan dalam tempoh enam ini, malah subsidi kepada barangan kawalan yang lain juga tidak akan dikurangkan segera. Sekurang-kurangnya kerajaan akan merasai bahang tekanan, dan perlu menawarkan sesuatu sebaliknya, misalnya penurunan harga pengangkutan awam sebagai pampasan kepada rakyat. Malah, pengurangan gaji menteri, pegawai kanan kerajaan, elaun pelancongan dan sebagainya, mungkin perlu dimasukkan sebagai agenda.

Jadi, mampukah 14,592 orang pengundi di kawasan Tenang membantu rakyat di seluruh negara untuk menghalang kenaikan harga barang?


Teks Asal:
http://www.merdekareview.com/bm/news.php?n=11497


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Posted: 29 Jan 2011 03:35 AM PST

 

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Posted: 29 Jan 2011 03:14 AM PST

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Malaysia monetary policy: Rate hikes still not imminent; other measures

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 03:02 AM PST

From Kun Lung Wu

    *Steady growth, moderate inflation.* Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) kept
the overnight policy rate unchanged at 2.75% as widely expected. In its
monetary policy statement, BNM noted that "the Malaysian economy is expected
to grow at a steady pace in 2011, underpinned by continued firm expansion in
domestic demand amid more moderate external demand." On inflation, it noted
that "prices are expected to increase at a modest pace in the coming months,
driven primarily by rising global commodity and food prices … with limited
evidence of excess demand exerting pressure on prices."

·      *Macro-prudential measures over rate hikes?* BNM reiterated its view
that the current policy stance remains "appropriate" and "supportive of
economic growth." However, it noted that "additional policy tools such as
the statutory reserve requirement and macroprudential lending measures may
be considered to avoid the risks of macroeconomic and financial imbalances."

·      *Our end-2011 and end-2012 policy rate forecasts remain unchanged at
3% and 3.5%, respectively.* BNM's assessment of the economy is broadly in
line with ours. We think BNM will be in no hurry to resume its rate hikes
and will only hike again in H2 2011. Output remains below pre-crisis level
(Exhibit 1) and demand-pull inflation is likely to stay low until the export
sector recovers, in our view. The pick-up in loan growth was a potential
concern and something we noted earlier, but the statement suggests that BNM
prefers to tackle this through macroprudential measures and hikes in reserve
requirements as opposed to using the interest rates.

·      *Higher fuel prices remain the main risk to inflation, in our
view.*If oil prices were to rise much further, the government might
hike fuel
prices more frequently to reduce subsidy costs. We estimate that if the
government were to liberalize fuel prices at the current prices of around
$90 per barrel (not our base case assumption), it would add about 1.5pp-2pp
to headline inflation, bringing year-on-year inflation to 4% or more.
Another way to reduce subsidy costs is to allow further ringgit
appreciation. If growth momentum gradually picks up in coming months as we
expect, BNM might feel more comfortable in letting the currency appreciate
further.**

Exhibit 1: Exports and industrial production

Exhibit 2: Inflation and policy rate

  Sources: CEIC, BNM, Credit Suisse

Kun Lung Wu

Emerging Markets Economic Research

Phone: +65 6212 3418

Mobile: +65 8281 5017

kunlung.wu@credit-suisse.com <firstname.lastname@credit-suisse.com>

Malaysia monetary policy: Rate hikes still not imminent; other measures
considered

·      *Steady growth, moderate inflation.* Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) kept
the overnight policy rate unchanged at 2.75% as widely expected. In its
monetary policy statement, BNM noted that "the Malaysian economy is expected
to grow at a steady pace in 2011, underpinned by continued firm expansion in
domestic demand amid more moderate external demand." On inflation, it noted
that "prices are expected to increase at a modest pace in the coming months,
driven primarily by rising global commodity and food prices … with limited
evidence of excess demand exerting pressure on prices."

·      *Macro-prudential measures over rate hikes?* BNM reiterated its view
that the current policy stance remains "appropriate" and "supportive of
economic growth." However, it noted that "additional policy tools such as
the statutory reserve requirement and macroprudential lending measures may
be considered to avoid the risks of macroeconomic and financial imbalances."

·      *Our end-2011 and end-2012 policy rate forecasts remain unchanged at
3% and 3.5%, respectively.* BNM's assessment of the economy is broadly in
line with ours. We think BNM will be in no hurry to resume its rate hikes
and will only hike again in H2 2011. Output remains below pre-crisis level
(Exhibit 1) and demand-pull inflation is likely to stay low until the export
sector recovers, in our view. The pick-up in loan growth was a potential
concern and something we noted earlier, but the statement suggests that BNM
prefers to tackle this through macroprudential measures and hikes in reserve
requirements as opposed to using the interest rates.

·      *Higher fuel prices remain the main risk to inflation, in our
view.*If oil prices were to rise much further, the government might
hike fuel
prices more frequently to reduce subsidy costs. We estimate that if the
government were to liberalize fuel prices at the current prices of around
$90 per barrel (not our base case assumption), it would add about 1.5pp-2pp
to headline inflation, bringing year-on-year inflation to 4% or more.
Another way to reduce subsidy costs is to allow further ringgit
appreciation. If growth momentum gradually picks up in coming months as we
expect, BNM might feel more comfortable in letting the currency appreciate
further.**

Exhibit 1: Exports and industrial production

Exhibit 2: Inflation and policy rate

  Sources: CEIC, BNM, Credit Suisse

Kun Lung Wu

Emerging Markets Economic Research

Phone: +65 6212 3418

Mobile: +65 8281 5017

kunlung.wu@credit-suisse.com <firstname.lastname@credit-suisse.com>


*NAJIB PATUT FOKUS PERBETULKAN EKONOMI, BUKAN SALAHGUNA KUASA DIPLOMATIK

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 02:55 AM PST

Dari Komunikasi KEADILAN <komunikasi@keadilanrakyat.org>

*Parti Keadilan Rakyat* sangat mual dengan tingkahlaku Perdana Menteri Dato'
Seri Najib Tun Razak yang dilaporkan menekan Kerajaan Saudi untuk menyiasat
tuduhan beliau bahawa Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim dibiayai tokoh-tokoh Saudi,
sedangkan sehingga sekarang Perdana Menteri masih membisu apabila berdepan
dengan desakan pelbagai pihak supaya siasatan lanjut dibuat mengenai aliran
keluar wang haram sebanyak RM888 billion antara tahun 2000 dan 2008 seperti
dilaporkan GFI (Global Financial Integrity) baru-baru ini.

Walaupun tindakan Perdana Menteri yang menyalahgunakan saluran diplomatik
untuk kepentingan peribadi itu mengejutkan rakyat, keengganan beliau
menyiasat aliran keluar wang haram sebanyak RM888 billion itu saya kira
lebih mencemaskan.

Umno/BN semakin taksub dengan jalan memfitnah dan menekan lawan sebagai
satu-satunya cara berdepan dengan cabaran politik dari Pakatan Rakyat.
Apabila dijemput berdebat mengenai *Buku Jingga*, Perdana Menteri
menghamburkan serangan peribadi. Di kala kebimbangan rakyat mengenai
kemampuannya menghidupkan semula pelaburan swasta dan mencegah aliran wang
haram sebanyak RM98 billion setahun memuncak, Perdana Menteri nampaknya
lebih sibuk menyalahgunakan saluran diplomatik untuk menjaga tepi kain Ketua
Pembangkang.

Laporan GFI sememangnya perlu diberi perhatian berat kerana kaedah dan data
yang digunakan adalah benar dan diterimapakai di seluruh dunia. Kaedahnya
adalah berdasarkan model Bank Dunia yang merujuk kepada perubahan di dalam
hutang luar negara (melalui data Imbangan Pembayaran negara) untuk
menentukan ketirisan wang dan modal yang tidak dilaporkan mengikut
undang-undang. Ketirisan wang dan modal ini disembunyikan dari pihak
berkuasa kerana ia selalunya bersabit sumber rasuah, kecurian dan pengelakan
cukai. Model ini diterimapakai di seluruh dunia, maka kenyataan seorang
Timbalan Menteri Perdagangan Antarabangsa yang mempersoalkan kesahihan model
ini menunjukkan kedangkalan beliau sendiri. Datanya pula adalah data rasmi
yang diumumkan oleh Bank Negara Malaysia dari semasa ke semasa.

Oleh sebab itu, sepatutnya seorang Menteri Kewangan tidak akan tidur malam
dengan pendedahan GFI itu, apatah lagi apabila statistik rasmi Bank Negara
Malaysia sendiri menunjukkan angka negatif besar  "Kesilapan dan
Ketinggalan" dalam Imbangan Pembayaran negara yang telah berlanjutan sejak
tahun 2005.

Statistik "Kesilapan dan Ketinggalan" dalam Imbangan Pembayaran negara
merujuk kepada angka pengimbang bagi mengambil kira anggaran statistik dan
laporan aliran wang keluar masuk yang tidak dilaporkan sepenuhnya kepada
Bank Negara Malaysia. Maka, angka negatif "Kesilapan dan Ketinggalan"
bermaksud sama ada aliran wang tunai keluar yang dilaporkan adalah lebih
rendah dari aliran wang tunai keluar yang sebenarnya berlaku; atau aliran
wang tunai masuk adalah lebih tinggi dari yang sebenarnya masuk (atau
gabungan kedua-duanya).

Sejak 2005, Malaysia telah mencatatkan angka negatif "Kesilapan dan
Ketinggalan" yang besar di dalam Imbangan Pembayarannya seperti berikut:

* *

*Tahun*

*Angka negatif "Kesilapan dan Ketinggalan" dalam RM billion*

2005

27.8

2006

27.4

2007

17.8

2008

29.9

2009

17.9

*Sumber: Bank Negara Malaysia, November 2010 *

Jumlah keseluruhan kemungkinan aliran wang tunai keluar negara yang
dilaporkan adalah lebih rendah dari yang sebenarnya berlaku bagi tahun 2005
hingga 2009 adalan RM120.8 billion seperti yang diakui oleh Bank Negara
Malaysia sendiri. Statistik rasmi dari Kerajaan Malaysia ini selari dengan
pendedahan laporan GFI mengenai jumlah aliran keluar wang haram yang
mencecah puluhan billion ringgit setiap tahun.

Justeru, adalah lebih baik sekiranya Perdana Menteri menumpukan tenaganya
memperbetulkan ekonomi negara dengan berbelanja secara berhemah dan
bertindak segera ke atas pendedahan yang dibuat di dalam laporan GFI.
Usahlah beliau menghabiskan wang negara mengunjungi negara-negara asing dan
menyalahgunakan saluran diplomatik untuk menjaga tepi kain Pakatan Rakyat
dan Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Akhirnya, fitnah Umno/BN bahawa Pakatan Rakyat menggunakan saluran
antarabangsa demi kepentingan politik tidak ubah seperti meludah ke langit
terkena muka sendiri; apabila Presiden Umno/BN sendiri yang sibuk memohon
simpati dan bantuan antarabangsa untuk berdepan dengan Pakatan Rakyat dan
Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

*MOHD RAFIZI RAMLI*

*PENGARAH STRATEGI*

PARTI KEADILAN RAKYAT


Respons Anwar Ibrahim terhadap laporan CNN

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 02:51 AM PST

Dari Komunikasi KEADILAN <komunikasi@keadilanrakyat.org>


Laporan Cable News Network (CNN) yang bertajuk "Saudis discover new
funding channels for Taliban, al Qaeda" memperlihatkan ketakutan Dato'
Seri Najib untuk berhadapan Pakatan Rakyat pada Pilihanraya Umum yang
akan datang. Laporan CNN yang baru sahaja beredar beberapa jam lalu
menyebut antara lainnya, Presiden Umno itu menyatakan rasa tidak puas
hatinya kepada Kerajaan Arab Saudi kerana terdapat dua Putera Arab
Saudi yang menyokong dan membiyai saya untuk Pilihanraya Umum yang
akan datang.

Laporan ini menyerlahkan ketakutan serta rekayasa Dato' Seri Najib
untuk menyekat kemaraan Pakatan Rakyat yang setiap hari berusaha
membina dokongan rakyat terhadap usaha kami demi menyelamatkan
Malaysia dari segala kepincangan yang disebabkan oleh kelemahan
mentadbir pimpinan negara serta ketirisan akibat dari rasuah yang
semakin membarah.

Kehadiran Buku Jingga, sebuah dokumen yang mengandungi hasrat serta
saranan Pakatan Rakyat demi menyelamatkan Malaysia dari terus parah
akibat kerakusan dan ketidakcekapan pimpinan Umno-BN, memunculkan rasa
takut Dato' Seri Najib. Beliau sedar dokumen tersebut mendobrak ilusi
upaya pemulihan yang didendangkan Umno-BN kepada rakyat. Presiden Umno
itu pastinya tahu rakyat tidak akan menerima bulat-bulat pengumuman
demi pengumuman yang digarap semata-mata memenuhi maksud iklan.

Ketakutan ini malah membuat beliau enggan berdebat secara terbuka
berkenaan kedudukan ekonomi negara dengan saya. Malah, Perdana Menteri
tidak segan silu menyerang saya secara peribadi sedangkan hasrat debat
terbuka itu semata-mata mahu menyampaikan maklumat yang tepat kepada
rakyat Malaysia.

Saya tidaklah terkejut sekiranya Perdana Menteri sanggup ke luar
negara, bukan demi menarik pelaburan tapi semata-mata untuk menyekat
dan mentohmah saya. Mereka sebenarnya sudah mula merasai angin
Perubahan yang bakal melanda. Mereka sedar rakyat Malaysia sudah mulai
mual dengan segala macam kebobrokan. Kepimpinan Umno-BN sebenarnya
fobia dengan kemaraan rakyat.

ANWAR IBRAHIM
 

Ketua Pembangkang Malaysia


Wishing You A Happy & Active CNY!

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 02:43 AM PST

 

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Tidor pun sedondon

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 02:01 AM PST


Selepas sepanjang hari kempen, Mala dan suami pulang kepenatan malam Jumaat petang Khamis hari itu.

Lepas mandi lap2, mereka masuk tido.

Makrof berada atas katil dalam selimut. Sambil memandang Mala, dia berkata, "Sedap pakai sama-sama sedondon."

"Ya ka bang?" sambut Mala dengan senyum manis.

"Sayang sekali ... kenapa masa tido tak mahu sedondon?" tanya Makrof.

"Tido pun nak sedondon ke bang," Mala tanya.

"Mestilah ... Abang dah syoh sama-sama sedondon," kata Makrof

"Abang nak Mala cari baju tidor warna apa?" Mala tanya.

"Alah ... Tak payah. Kita boleh sedondon tanpa pakai baju ..."

Dengan bibir tersenyum si Makrof misai melenting sambut ... sambil membuka selimut melihatkan dia tanpa baju.

"Penatlah bang ... Lepas PRK la ... Pagi-pagi besuk kita nak ziarah kuil," Mala merungut.

"Baiklah ... Mana pill depression abang?" Makrof kata.

"Mala pun nak satu," Mala meminta.

"Kenapalah abang ambil MC hari tu? Mala pun ikut depress ..."


Fluoride is poison – retards the brain, and more!

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 01:59 AM PST

We may not find it in our water but try shopping for a toothpaste that does not contain it.

But what's shocking is that fluoride is in a lot of other stuffs we drink and eat and even baby food we feed our infants! This is surely one other slow-kill method employed by the unscrupulous, and, it helps explain why the more hospitals we build the more we find out we do not have enough rooms to accommodate the sick!

For a video clip of this expose, click here.

For more info on this poison, click here.


Tagged: fluoride, fluoride retarts brain, poison


Ceramah 1Malaysia Tenang Yang Penuh Dengan Hadiah Menarik

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 01:46 AM PST


Jamuan 1Malaysia yang penuh dengan hadiah-hadiah menarik menjadi taktik baru oleh Barisan Nasional untuk menarik penduduk Tenang supaya tidak hadir ke ceramah yang dianjurkan oleh Pakatan Rakyat.

Taktik ini sebenarnya telah digunakan oleh BN dalam beberapa pilihanraya kecil yang lepas dan terbukti berjaya menghalang penduduk setempat untuk menghadiri ceramah oleh Pakatan Rakyat.

Taktik pemberian hadiah 1Malaysia serta memakai T-Shirt 1Malaysia juga menjadi salah satu faktor kekalahan PR di pilihanraya kecil yang lepas.

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BN to Pakatan “Exchanging Places..??”

Posted: 29 Jan 2011 01:00 AM PST

These two names Gobalakrishnan ( Padang Serai PKR MP) and Tedcwin Ngumbang (PRS deputy Information Chief) at the bests of times are very useful to their respective coalitions.

They both are at anytime politicians who will kick up a storm to create chaos which will benefit their parties and ensures it stays very relevant. Both are considered too very useful and are straight talkers and has no regrets in opening their mouths to lambast if they see that their CITIZENS RIGHTS are being suppressed.

However due to their characters and personalites many will not take kindly to their ways. It is with deep regret though that their leaders have to remain silent and to let them go to please the majority. Tedewin in an sms said,"I am only a mosquito and leaving PRS will not hamper them. However it a very big sacrifice for me."

 A PKR sympathiser cheekily said,"Maybe now Gobala can go to Sarawak without much hindrance and meet his adopted Parents in Kapit. Surely leaving PKR opens his doors and the immigration will close an eye to him."

Both of them leaving PKR and PRS respectively are breaking news and many will capitalise on it. The reports can be seen by clicking here:-

 1. http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/2011/01/29/gobala-quits-pkr/

 2. http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/154831



Normala atau Suami jadi calon PRK Tenang?

Posted: 28 Jan 2011 11:50 PM PST


Oleh Anak Mami

Ini lah isu akibat calon UMNO gagal dapat sambutan baik dari masyarakat.
Ini lah cara cara UMNo cuba menutup kelemahan Azahar,

http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/154761

Isu suami Normala mendapat MC selama 21 hari telah jadi remeh temeh yang tidak bersangku paut dengan pembangunan ekonomi , sosial dan politik di kawasan Tenang,
Kenapa UMNO sengaja membangkitkan isu sedemikian?

1) Tanda tanda UMNO hilang keyakinan.
2) Mungkin warlord di Tenang duduk tak senang bila Azahar rampas kuasa di Tenang.
3) Kredibiliti Azahar semasa membuat ucapan tidak lah setanding Normala. beliau tiada berkeupyaaan untuk menarik minat para pengundi.
4) Bukti yang paling elok, Chua Soi Lek dan anaknya bertengkus lumus cuba membantui Azahar waktu kempen. Ini lah kelemahan Azahar sendiri.
5) Isu Sarung tangan tidak menjadi isu, tetapi memberikan peluang untuk MCA menghina Islam. Ini lah isu telah ditengelamkan apabila masyarakt Melayu Islam ( Perkasa) bangkit lawan presiden MCA. UMNO cuma mengangah !!
6) Isu lelong tanah dan konspirasi jual tanah, semakin menakutkan pengundi pengundi di Tenang, akibat tanah felda di ambil alih tanpa pengetahun. Ini lah kebahayaan yang akan menimpa di felda Tenang, Jadi Isu ini telah membakar imej Azahar malah membangkitkan kesedaran pengundi pengundi tentang kebahayaan Azahar di Tenang,
7) Umno hilang dalam modal pilihanraya, sehingga hantar kontainer 1 Malaysia untuk merasuahkan pengundi , tidak kurang wang ringgit 100 kepada setiap pengundi.
8) Nampaklah menteri perogol hadiahkan organ/ keyboard untuk orang kampong di pendalaman Tenang. cuba tanyalah alat musik ini ada apa sangkut dengan pilihanraya kecil ? ini cuma rasuah dan dapatkan sokongan tiket undi .

Cuba fikirkan dengan matang , kenapa isu MC atau penyakit kemurung jadi isu pilihanraya? Nampaknya UMNO telah hilang akal mengungkitkan isu pembangunan sosial ekonomi di masyarakat Tenang, Umno telah sedar kemenangan di Tenang tidak akan mencapai 5000 tket undi, UMNO teah nampak masa depan mereka telah gelap.


Ada jawatan ADO Tanah mana-mana kosong?

Posted: 28 Jan 2011 11:46 PM PST


Ana mahu mohon.

Baca kisahnya di blog PRK Tenang sini.


Sabah cannot enforce anti-apostasy laws

Posted: 28 Jan 2011 11:44 PM PST

By Harcharan Singh

The state government or JHEAINS should come out to clarify the matter before they are taken to court for arbitrary abuse of power.

The question is why the sudden interest in the case when it has always been a non-issue in Sabah.Is JHEAINS taking orders from KL when they should have not and should have stayed independent.

It is good that the writer divulged the existence of such laws that goes against the grains of what JHEAINS tried to impose unbeknown to many Sabahans.

Amde added that it was worrying to note that JHEAINS was going out of its way to smother the state's well-known religious tolerance by imposing its own values.

"I think the department is going a bit overboard. Is it now an agent receiving instructions from KL religious people?

"Is this a grand design to control the mindset of people living in Sabah and yet talk about religious tolerance and 1Malaysia?" he asked.

Amde was commenting on a report "Sabah to crack down on apostates" in the local media.

JHEAINS director Amri Suratman said last month that the anti-apostasy laws would be enforced in Sabah once its Faith Rehabilitation Centre in Kinarut is ready by next year.

Amde described the move as "one more of those steps that aim to completely erode the Malaysia Agreement of 1963″.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/2011/01/24/sabah-cannot-enforce-anti-apostasy-laws/


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