Friday, March 18, 2011

the Grand Saint of Immoral authority Najib lost the ‘moral authority and legitimacy’ to lead the government

the Grand Saint of Immoral authority Najib lost the ‘moral authority and legitimacy’ to lead the government


the Grand Saint of Immoral authority Najib lost the ‘moral authority and legitimacy’ to lead the government

Posted: 18 Mar 2011 11:36 AM PDT

Can Najib do that. Is he himself so clean?"
help the Sarawakians, probe Taib and if guilty, impound his wealth, seize his assets, prosecute him to the highest courts and show Malaysians that no one is safe from such excesses of power abuse and corruption," PKR vice president Tian Chua told Malaysia Chronicle.
PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat said today he could not bring himself to accept the Barisan Nasional (BN) victory in the two by-elections yesterday because the government machinery was allegedly biased.
PAS lost in the by-elections in Kerdau, Pahang, and Merlimau, Malacca, because the entire government machinery and the mainstream media were allegedly biased towards the BN, he told reporters here.
Both the BN candidates, Syed Ibrahim Syed Ahmad and Roslan Ahmad, won with bigger majorities in Kerdau and Merlimau, respectively, in the by-elections yesterday.
Asked about DAP's call for the PAS government of Kelantan to revoke the ban on gambling in the state, Nik Aziz, who is Kelantan mentri besar, said the state government was prepared to provide an explanation for DAP chairman Karpal Singh to understand the move behind the ban.
"The matter can be discussed, as Karpal Singh has mentioned," he said.
Karpal Singh had called on the state government to revoke its ban on gambling, saying that federal law allowed gambling for non-Muslims, after the local authorities in Kota Baru raided three business premises where lottery tickets were sold.
As the political tsunami of 2008 and Najib Razak's chant of change entered their second year, the public expected Parliament to be truly a place of intellectual discussion, discourse, and debate to determine and decide on the laws and direction of the nation.
Sadly, it proved to be a great disappointment.
Instead of displaying a parliament with verve, vigour and vibrancy, there were members of parliament who got into verbal brawls, others took pride in telling vulgar jokes, some remained virtually silent or vanished from most of the parliamentary sittings and a few were very versatile in histrionics and in veering towards a fist-fight!
There were of course those MPs who vaulted out of the PKR for reasons most vile and venal to be "independent" of the will of the very people who voted for the party they once represented! Their only contribution in Parliament was to spew venom against the PKR and to spill its supposed secrets, ironically spoiling their own reputation.
Vacuous answers were given by ministers, their deputies or representatives to vital questions posed especially by members of the opposition. To preserve the Barisan Nasional's (BN) veneer of consensus, BN MPs voted according to what the PM and Umno wanted — they were reminded that they have no volition of their own when in Parliament!
At times the vituperative speaker and his deputies ignored and even allowed virulent attacks by the BN MPs on PR MPs. Umno MPs had a field day flagrantly violating the rules of parliament. A huge percentage of motions from the opposition were rejected whilst bills were blindly rushed through by the BN's unabashed brute majority.
The sad and scandalous state of affairs in Parliament came to a climax on December 16, 2010. Anwar Ibrahim and three other senior leaders of PR were suspended from Parliament for six months through two separate resolutions in a process fraught with misinterpretation, misrepresentation and deceit.
Well-known writer Kim Quek called it "the butchering of democracy" in Parliament and "undoubtedly the most shameful episode in our parliamentary history". Soon after the fiasco and fracas, almost all fingers were pointed at the man who plays a very decisive role in Parliament — Speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia.
Free Malaysia Today (December 21, 2010) put Pandikar in his place: "At every turn, Pandikar Amin was there to thwart the every move of the opposition to seek a just hearing. He was prompt to throw out those sitting on the other side without reason or rhyme. He acted as if he is lord and master of all he surveys and Parliament is just a plaything.
"When coming down hard on the opposition, he gave the impression that opposition lawmakers are an unruly bunch of hotheads who do not deserve to sit in the chamber. They should be ejected. He portrayed the other side as gentlemen of high honour and decorum.
"Pandikar Amin may be the big boss in the Dewan Raykat but he cut a sorry figure in the court of public opinion… Every step he makes is strictly in accordance with the wishes of the ruling political masters… (He) may be a champion and a hero to the BN crowd, but to the people, he is a fraidy-cat who dares not beat an independent path".
To Tunku Abdul Aziz (a very well-respected public figure and a vice-president of the DAP), "Mr Speaker is a total disgrace and has turned the Parliament of Malaysia into an object of fun and ridicule. He has completely lost the respect of all fair-minded people, and for sheer incompetence and arrogance he typifies the proverbial square peg in a round hole."
He added rather aptly: "To the politically biased, it is all too tempting to blame members of the opposition for reacting robustly to the Speaker's diabolically provocative and heavy-handed 'interventions' bordering on intimidation. But that is to ignore the fact that the House is as good as the Speaker. After all, he sets the tone of the House and the standards of parliamentary behaviour."
The outrageous suspensions of the four PR leaders can only be seen as the pinnacle of Umno's arrogance. The party has not changed at all. They still make use of the nation's key democratic institutions like Parliament in their dirty and desperate political game to cling on to power and to contain, cripple and crush legitimate dissent and/or to hinder genuine change advocated by the opposition.
The worsening crisis of parliamentary democracy in Bolehland reduced the PM's much vaunted promise of real and radical change and his visage of a transformed country to sheer hype and hypocrisy — especially considering the fact that he was hardly in Parliament in 2010 due to his frequent overseas ventures.
Perhaps for Najib, Parliament is a real nuisance, a non-entity in his great plans to change the nation. If parliament was so indispensable to the PM he would not have unveiled his supposedly radical and revolutionary New Economic Model (NEM) outside the august House — when Parliament was in session!
Soon after the circus on December 16, a disappointed and disgusted Lim Kit Siang declared that it is now "left to the Malaysian people to use their vote in the next general elections, which is not far away, to administer the full lesson by sending an unmistakable message that the country needs wide-ranging reforms and institutional changes, including Parliament, if Malaysia is to fulfil her promise to take her rightful place in the international arena as a united, competitive, progressive and prosperous nation in the international arena."
FMT shared Kit Siang's view: "The only way to restore dignity, honour and justice to the tarnished House and make the Speaker's chair an object of respect is through the ballot box. Parliamentary democracy can only thrive when the Speaker works for and not against the
— Bernama
The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) on Thursday demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Manomohan Singh, saying he lost the 'moral authority and legitimacy' to lead the government after The Hindu exposé accessed through WikiLeaks on cash-for-votes in 2008.
Addressing a press conference here, NDA working chairman L.K. Advani maintained that the cable by a senior American diplomat to his government vindicated the position taken by the NDA that the government attempted to monetarily induce MPs to vote in favour of the confidence vote at the height of the crisis over the India-U.S. nuclear deal.
Flanked by leaders of the constituents of the NDA, Mr. Advani ruled out the possibility of the Opposition tabling a no-confidence motion against the Manmohan Singh government.
"Some of us may want an election, but all MPs may not be in favour of it. Total Opposition may not be in its favour," the former Deputy Prime Minister said in response to a question why the NDA did not go for a no-trust vote against the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government in the Lok Sabha.
He said Dr. Singh should come before Parliament and announce his resignation owning responsibility. The main argument of Mr. Advani was that the cable published by The Hindu corroborated the position taken by the NDA that the vote of confidence in favour of the UPA-I was influenced by bribery.
'Credibility of The Hindu is high'
The senior BJP leader complimented The Hindu on publishing the cable. Asked about the authenticity of the cable, Mr. Advani said: "Credibility of The Hindu is high and the paper found it worth publishing it."
He said that in the wake of the recent scams that dogged the government, the NDA did not demand the resignation of the Prime Minister. But after the latest exposé, the Opposition would have failed in its duty had it not asserted that Dr. Singh has lost all "moral authority."
Dubbing the exposé the "biggest scandal" in the post-independent history, Mr. Advani said that any person proud of the Indian democratic system should feel ashamed of it.
"I have not seen in my political life a government as corrupt as the current one. Right from the top in the government establishment and the party all are involved," he said.
A senior leader of the NDA argued that the latest exposé was to be seen against the backdrop of a set of allegations made on the eve of the crucial 2008 confidence vote. "Individuals claiming to be representing the government not only approached MPs with money but got them to speak to the interlocutors. The targeted MPs produced the cash in the Lok Sabha. What other evidence is needed?" he asked.
He maintained that the parliamentary committee set up to probe the allegations served no purpose as it was dominated by members of the ruling combine and even its recommendations for a further investigation in the matter was not followed.
A statement by the NDA noted that the cable published in The Hindu was a statement sent by an American diplomat to his government.
It said:
"It is contemporaneous in so far as it relates to the year 2008. He was the political counsellor in the American Embassy. The Americans were interested in the vote of confidence. One of the offenders was lavishly and liberally working in foreign cell of the Congress.
"The arrogant Congress displayed the rogue war chests to the American diplomat. He certainly could not have concocted these facts in relation to a friendly party in India. The likes of Sant Chatwal were inducted in order to induce the Akali Dal."
The statement maintained that the Finance Minister's defence in the Rajya Sabha that diplomatic immunity prevented the government from investigating the cable was of no avail.
"The diplomatic immunity extends to protecting the secrecy of the cable. That cable has already been released to the public. The diplomatic immunity does not extend to protecting an Indian offender, who has committed an act of bribery in India. Shri Pranab Mukherjee's further defence that the offence vanished with the dissolution of the 14th Lok Sabha is incredible since the offence of bribery, committed in 2008, outside Parliament does not vanish because the 14th Lok Sabha has ceased to exist," it noted.
The statement said the disclosure added to the campaign of the NDA against corruption and "these allegations of corruption shall continue to haunt this government till it continues."
Can Najib do that. Is he himself so clean?"
help the Sarawakians, probe Taib and if guilty, impound his wealth, seize his assets, prosecute him to the highest courts and show Malaysians that no one is safe from such excesses of power abuse and corruption," PKR vice president Tian Chua told Malaysia Chronicle.
PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat said today he could not bring himself to accept the Barisan Nasional (BN) victory in the two by-elections yesterday because the government machinery was allegedly biased.
PAS lost in the by-elections in Kerdau, Pahang, and Merlimau, Malacca, because the entire government machinery and the mainstream media were allegedly biased towards the BN, he told reporters here.
Both the BN candidates, Syed Ibrahim Syed Ahmad and Roslan Ahmad, won with bigger majorities in Kerdau and Merlimau, respectively, in the by-elections yesterday.
Asked about DAP's call for the PAS government of Kelantan to revoke the ban on gambling in the state, Nik Aziz, who is Kelantan mentri besar, said the state government was prepared to provide an explanation for DAP chairman Karpal Singh to understand the move behind the ban.
"The matter can be discussed, as Karpal Singh has mentioned," he said.
Karpal Singh had called on the state government to revoke its ban on gambling, saying that federal law allowed gambling for non-Muslims, after the local authorities in Kota Baru raided three business premises where lottery tickets were sold.
As the political tsunami of 2008 and Najib Razak's chant of change entered their second year, the public expected Parliament to be truly a place of intellectual discussion, discourse, and debate to determine and decide on the laws and direction of the nation.
Sadly, it proved to be a great disappointment.
Instead of displaying a parliament with verve, vigour and vibrancy, there were members of parliament who got into verbal brawls, others took pride in telling vulgar jokes, some remained virtually silent or vanished from most of the parliamentary sittings and a few were very versatile in histrionics and in veering towards a fist-fight!
There were of course those MPs who vaulted out of the PKR for reasons most vile and venal to be "independent" of the will of the very people who voted for the party they once represented! Their only contribution in Parliament was to spew venom against the PKR and to spill its supposed secrets, ironically spoiling their own reputation.
Vacuous answers were given by ministers, their deputies or representatives to vital questions posed especially by members of the opposition. To preserve the Barisan Nasional's (BN) veneer of consensus, BN MPs voted according to what the PM and Umno wanted — they were reminded that they have no volition of their own when in Parliament!
At times the vituperative speaker and his deputies ignored and even allowed virulent attacks by the BN MPs on PR MPs. Umno MPs had a field day flagrantly violating the rules of parliament. A huge percentage of motions from the opposition were rejected whilst bills were blindly rushed through by the BN's unabashed brute majority.
The sad and scandalous state of affairs in Parliament came to a climax on December 16, 2010. Anwar Ibrahim and three other senior leaders of PR were suspended from Parliament for six months through two separate resolutions in a process fraught with misinterpretation, misrepresentation and deceit.
Well-known writer Kim Quek called it "the butchering of democracy" in Parliament and "undoubtedly the most shameful episode in our parliamentary history". Soon after the fiasco and fracas, almost all fingers were pointed at the man who plays a very decisive role in Parliament — Speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia.
Free Malaysia Today (December 21, 2010) put Pandikar in his place: "At every turn, Pandikar Amin was there to thwart the every move of the opposition to seek a just hearing. He was prompt to throw out those sitting on the other side without reason or rhyme. He acted as if he is lord and master of all he surveys and Parliament is just a plaything.
"When coming down hard on the opposition, he gave the impression that opposition lawmakers are an unruly bunch of hotheads who do not deserve to sit in the chamber. They should be ejected. He portrayed the other side as gentlemen of high honour and decorum.
"Pandikar Amin may be the big boss in the Dewan Raykat but he cut a sorry figure in the court of public opinion… Every step he makes is strictly in accordance with the wishes of the ruling political masters… (He) may be a champion and a hero to the BN crowd, but to the people, he is a fraidy-cat who dares not beat an independent path".
To Tunku Abdul Aziz (a very well-respected public figure and a vice-president of the DAP), "Mr Speaker is a total disgrace and has turned the Parliament of Malaysia into an object of fun and ridicule. He has completely lost the respect of all fair-minded people, and for sheer incompetence and arrogance he typifies the proverbial square peg in a round hole."
He added rather aptly: "To the politically biased, it is all too tempting to blame members of the opposition for reacting robustly to the Speaker's diabolically provocative and heavy-handed 'interventions' bordering on intimidation. But that is to ignore the fact that the House is as good as the Speaker. After all, he sets the tone of the House and the standards of parliamentary behaviour."
The outrageous suspensions of the four PR leaders can only be seen as the pinnacle of Umno's arrogance. The party has not changed at all. They still make use of the nation's key democratic institutions like Parliament in their dirty and desperate political game to cling on to power and to contain, cripple and crush legitimate dissent and/or to hinder genuine change advocated by the opposition.
The worsening crisis of parliamentary democracy in Bolehland reduced the PM's much vaunted promise of real and radical change and his visage of a transformed country to sheer hype and hypocrisy — especially considering the fact that he was hardly in Parliament in 2010 due to his frequent overseas ventures.
Perhaps for Najib, Parliament is a real nuisance, a non-entity in his great plans to change the nation. If parliament was so indispensable to the PM he would not have unveiled his supposedly radical and revolutionary New Economic Model (NEM) outside the august House — when Parliament was in session!
Soon after the circus on December 16, a disappointed and disgusted Lim Kit Siang declared that it is now "left to the Malaysian people to use their vote in the next general elections, which is not far away, to administer the full lesson by sending an unmistakable message that the country needs wide-ranging reforms and institutional changes, including Parliament, if Malaysia is to fulfil her promise to take her rightful place in the international arena as a united, competitive, progressive and prosperous nation in the international arena."
FMT shared Kit Siang's view: "The only way to restore dignity, honour and justice to the tarnished House and make the Speaker's chair an object of respect is through the ballot box. Parliamentary democracy can only thrive when the Speaker works for and not against the
— Bernama
The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) on Thursday demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Manomohan Singh, saying he lost the 'moral authority and legitimacy' to lead the government after The Hindu exposé accessed through WikiLeaks on cash-for-votes in 2008.
Addressing a press conference here, NDA working chairman L.K. Advani maintained that the cable by a senior American diplomat to his government vindicated the position taken by the NDA that the government attempted to monetarily induce MPs to vote in favour of the confidence vote at the height of the crisis over the India-U.S. nuclear deal.
Flanked by leaders of the constituents of the NDA, Mr. Advani ruled out the possibility of the Opposition tabling a no-confidence motion against the Manmohan Singh government.
"Some of us may want an election, but all MPs may not be in favour of it. Total Opposition may not be in its favour," the former Deputy Prime Minister said in response to a question why the NDA did not go for a no-trust vote against the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government in the Lok Sabha.
He said Dr. Singh should come before Parliament and announce his resignation owning responsibility. The main argument of Mr. Advani was that the cable published by The Hindu corroborated the position taken by the NDA that the vote of confidence in favour of the UPA-I was influenced by bribery.
'Credibility of The Hindu is high'
The senior BJP leader complimented The Hindu on publishing the cable. Asked about the authenticity of the cable, Mr. Advani said: "Credibility of The Hindu is high and the paper found it worth publishing it."
He said that in the wake of the recent scams that dogged the government, the NDA did not demand the resignation of the Prime Minister. But after the latest exposé, the Opposition would have failed in its duty had it not asserted that Dr. Singh has lost all "moral authority."
Dubbing the exposé the "biggest scandal" in the post-independent history, Mr. Advani said that any person proud of the Indian democratic system should feel ashamed of it.
"I have not seen in my political life a government as corrupt as the current one. Right from the top in the government establishment and the party all are involved," he said.
A senior leader of the NDA argued that the latest exposé was to be seen against the backdrop of a set of allegations made on the eve of the crucial 2008 confidence vote. "Individuals claiming to be representing the government not only approached MPs with money but got them to speak to the interlocutors. The targeted MPs produced the cash in the Lok Sabha. What other evidence is needed?" he asked.
He maintained that the parliamentary committee set up to probe the allegations served no purpose as it was dominated by members of the ruling combine and even its recommendations for a further investigation in the matter was not followed.
A statement by the NDA noted that the cable published in The Hindu was a statement sent by an American diplomat to his government.
It said:
"It is contemporaneous in so far as it relates to the year 2008. He was the political counsellor in the American Embassy. The Americans were interested in the vote of confidence. One of the offenders was lavishly and liberally working in foreign cell of the Congress.
"The arrogant Congress displayed the rogue war chests to the American diplomat. He certainly could not have concocted these facts in relation to a friendly party in India. The likes of Sant Chatwal were inducted in order to induce the Akali Dal."
The statement maintained that the Finance Minister's defence in the Rajya Sabha that diplomatic immunity prevented the government from investigating the cable was of no avail.
"The diplomatic immunity extends to protecting the secrecy of the cable. That cable has already been released to the public. The diplomatic immunity does not extend to protecting an Indian offender, who has committed an act of bribery in India. Shri Pranab Mukherjee's further defence that the offence vanished with the dissolution of the 14th Lok Sabha is incredible since the offence of bribery, committed in 2008, outside Parliament does not vanish because the 14th Lok Sabha has ceased to exist," it noted.
The statement said the disclosure added to the campaign of the NDA against corruption and "these allegations of corruption shall continue to haunt this government till it continues."


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Blogger Ditangkap?

Posted: 18 Mar 2011 11:04 AM PDT


Menurut Twitter Tian Chua (MP Batu), seorang blogger yang bernama Hanief yang mengendalikan blog "Hanief.blogspot.com" ditangkap?

Begini Twitter Tian Chua:

Just got a msg from father of a young blogger Hanief.blogspot.com: Near2 midnite Police & MCMM came, ransacked their home & arrested Hanief.
http://twitter.com/tianchua/status/48790482796560385

Hanief is a young man recently turned 21, his writing was non-partisan; clamp down on cyberspace again? All computers at home taken away!
http://twitter.com/tianchua/status/48792723674771456

Now the boy is at Sentul police station accompanied by his anxious dad.
http://twitter.com/tianchua/status/48793438044438528


Sumber masih belum dipastikan lagi, sila rujuk Twitter Tian Chua untuk maklumat terkini:
http://twitter.com/tianchua


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30 little known facts about America

Posted: 18 Mar 2011 09:28 AM PDT

Here's some learning … not just for Americans but just about anyone on planet earth who cares about his or her own sovereignty. Anyway, according to Duncan O'Finioan, in his blog here, this is what he has to say …

"Don't let this information alarm you because without it you cannot be free.

"You have to understand that all slavery and freedom originates in the mind.

"When your mind allows you to accept and understand that the United States, Great Britain and the Vatican are Corporations which are nothing but fictional entities which have been placed in your mind, you will understand our slavery is because we believe in fictions.

"Stephen Ammes, author The Ultimate Delusion

The Illusion is MUCH larger than the irrefutable 30 points (below), and the 30 points (below) are not even the tip of the tip of the iceberg."

For Duncan's full blog post, you can click here. The following is an extraction of the 30 little known facts …

1. The IRS is NOT a U.S. Government Agency.  It is an Agency of the IMF.
Diversified Metal Products v IRS et al. CV-93-405E-EJE U.S.D.C.I.
Public Law 94-564
Senate Report 94-1148, pg 5967
Reorganization Plan #26
Public Law 102-391

2. The IMF is an Agency of the U.N.
Black's Law Dictionary 6th Ed. Pg 816

3. The United States has NOT had a Treasury since 1921.
41 Stat. Ch. 214 page 654

4. The U.S. Treasury is now the IMF.
Presidential Documents Volume 29 No. 4 page 113
22 U.S.C. 285-288

5. The U.S. does not have any employees because there is no longer a United States.
No more reorganizations. After 200 years of bankruptcy it is finally over.
Executive Order 12803

6. The FCC, CIA, FBI, NSA and all of the other Alphabet Gangs were  never part of the U.S. Government, even though the U.S. Government  held stock in said Agencies.
U.S. v. Strang, 254 U.S. 491
Lewis v. U.S., 680 F.2d, 1239

7. Social Security Numbers are issued by the UN through the IMF.
The application for an SSN is the SS5 form.
The Department of the Treasury (IMF) issues the SS5, not the Social Security  Administration.
The new SS5 forms do not state who publishes them while the old form states they are Department of Treasury.
20 CFR Chap. 111 Subpart B 422.103 (b)

8. There are NO Judicial Courts in America and have not been  since 1789.
Judges do NOT enforce Statutes and Codes.
Executive Administrators  enforce Statutes and Codes.
FRC v. GE, 281 U.S. 464
Keller v. Potomac Elec. Co., 261 U.S. 428
1 Stat. 138-178

9. There have NOT been any Judges in America since 1789.
There have only been Administrators
.
FRC v. GE, 281 U.S. 464
Keller v. Potomac Elec. Co., 261 U.S. 428
1 Stat. 138-178

10. According to GATT you MUST have a Social Security Number.
House Report 103-826

11. New York City is defined in the Federal Regulations as the  United Nations.
Rudolph Guiliani stated on C-Span that 'New York City is the Capital of the World.
For once, he told the truth.
20 CFR Chap. 111 subpart B 422.103 (b) (2) (2)

12. Social Security is NOT insurance or a contract.  Nor is there a 'Trust Fund.
Helvering v. Davis, 301 U.S. 619
Steward Co. v. Davis, 301 U.S. 548

13. Your Social Security check comes directly from the IMF which is an Agency of the United Nations.
Examine one: top-left should be written United States Treasury see 2-4 above.

14. You own NO property. Slaves can't own property.
Read carefully the Deed to the property you think is yours.
You are listed as  a TENANT.
Often times the Mortgage Holder or the State is listed as Seised in demesne as of fee.
Senate Document 43, 73rd Congress 1st Session

Seised in demesne as of fee.  This is the strict technical expression used to describe the ownership in 'an estate in  fee-simple in possession in a corporeal hereditament.  The word 'seised is used to express the 'seisin or owner's possession of a freehold property; the phrase 'in demesne, or 'in his demesne, (in dominico suo) signifies that he's seised as owner of the  land itself, and not merely of the seigniory services; and the  concluding words, 'as of fee, import that he is seised of an estate of inheritance in fee-simple. Where the subject is incorporeal, or the estate expectant on a precedent freehold, the words 'in his demesne are omitted. (Co. Litt. 17a; Fleta, 1.5, c. 5,    18;
Bract. 1.4, tr. 5, c. 2,    2) Brown.  "Black's Law Dictionary
Fourth Edition, page 1523.

15. The most powerful court in America is NOT the United States Supreme Court,
but the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
42 Pa. C.S.A. 502

16. The King of England financially backed both sides of the Revolutionary War.
Treaty of Versailles   July 16, 1782
Treaty of Peace 8 Stat. 80

17. You CANNOT use the U.S. Constitution to defend yourself  because you are NOT a party to it.
Padelford Fay & Co. v. The Mayor & Alderman of the City of Savannah, 14 Georgia 438, 520

18. America is a British Colony. The 'United States is  a corporation, not a land mass and it existed before the Revolutionary War and the British Troops did not leave until 1796.
Respublica v. Sweers, 1 Dallas 43
Treaty of Commerce 8 Stat 116
Treaty of Peace 8 Stat 80
IRS Publication 6209
Articles of Association October 20, 1774

19. Britain is owned by the Vatican.
Treaty of 1213

20. The Pope can abolish any law in the United States.
Elements of Ecclesiastical Law Vol. 1, 53-54

21. A 1040 Form is for Tribute paid to Britain.
IRS Publication 6209

22. The Pope claims to own the entire planet through the laws of Conquest and Discovery.
(Ever wonder why an Attorney, who is an Agent of the Pope through the International Bar Association, wants to do 'discovery with you?)
Papal Bulls of 1495 & 1493

23. The Pope has ordered the genocide and enslavement of Millions of people.
Papal Bulls of 1455 & 1493

24. The Pope's Laws are obligatory on everyone.
Bened. XIV., De Syn. Dioec, lib, ix, c. vii., n.4. Prati, 1844
Syllabus prop 28, 29, 44

25. We are SLAVES and own ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.
Not even what we think are our children.
Tillman v. Roberts, 108 So. 62
Van Koten v. Van Koten, 154 N.E. 146
Senate Document 43, 73rd Congress 1st Session
Wynehammer v. People, 13 N.Y. Rep 378, 481

26. Military Dictator George Washington divided up the States (Estates) into Districts.
Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Volume 1 page 99
1828 Dictionary definition of 'Estate

27. 'We, The People does NOT include the General Populace,
or  what you THINK is 'We, The People.
Barron v. Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, 32
U.S. 243

28. It is NOT the duty of the police to protect you.
Their job is to protect THE CORPORATION and arrest Code Breakers.
Sapp v. Tallahassee, 348 So.2nd. 363
Reiff v. City of Philla., 477 F.Supp. 1262
Lynch v. NC Dept. of Justice, 376 S.E.2nd. 247

29. Everything in the 'United States is up For Sale:
Bridges, Roads, Water, Schools, Hospitals, Prisons, Airports, etc.
Did anybody take time to check who bought Klamath Lake?
Executive Order 12803

30. 'WE are HUMAN CAPITAL.
Executive Order 13037

The U.N. has financed the operations of the 'United States Government for over 50 years and now 'owns every man, woman, and child in America.  The U.N. also holds all of the land of America in Fee Simple.

Why is the above so difficult for most people to understand?

Simple: words like 'person, 'citizen, 'people, 'or, 'nation, 'is, 'fact, 'authority, 'truth, 'nation, 'crime, 'fraud, 'charge, 'right, 'statute, 'preferred, 'assume, 'prefer, 'constitutor,  'creditor, 'debtor, 'debit, 'discharge, 'payment, 'law, 'United States, and hundreds of others do NOT mean what you think they mean and you were never taught the 'Legal Definitions' so that you would 'Understand that you DON'T understand.


Tagged: duncan o'finioan, little known facts about america


One Week After...

Posted: 18 Mar 2011 08:58 AM PDT

Yes, it's seven days after 2.46PM Friday the week before when the 9.0magnitude earthquake struck northern Japan, followed swiftly by a tsunami that represented the phrase "ALL HELL BROKE LOOSE" with the fury 1,000 times more furious than a 1,000 women scorned. Okay I was just superfluous on my English but this is one episode on my short life on earth I never expected to witness. Thanks to television networks like CNN and BBC and AlJazeera and CCTV, the devastation that hit Sendai and all the northern region of Japan ...

BUT what then pumped the blood for the next anxious seven days was when REALITY DAWNED that the nuclear plant at Fukushima with its six reactors were not so easy to tame.

Our hearts still keep racing every time we haer of a new fire or explosion -- and helplessly we share the anugish of the victims in Japan NOT REALLY KNOWING "What the hell is going on..."


Seven days later, I can think of two features I would like to vocalise, even if it sounds cruel -- out of place, I don't know?

First, when the Japanese authorities decided to use helicopters carrying the huge drums of water to target the heating reactor/s -- hey, I share one news commenter's remark that that was really an act of desperation. The water dumping exercise appeared like one individual throwing a bucket of water over a bush forest raging our of control in Australia!

Only today I heard of the Japnese inviting the American (or other foreign?) expertise or personnel on board to try to reconnect the electricity to the nuclear plant to get the colloing systems working again -- that is,tackling the core problem at its source. WHY, I ask,ONLY ON THE SEVENTH DAY AND NOT EARLIER?

Have the Japanese peole in power -- the crisis managers and decision-makers -- been letting their pride get in the way?

This post was planned for the afternoon, but I hesitated if I should pen something so frank which might sound out of place, BUT...well, here it's...

(There's something else I held back; maybe I'd pen it on Sunday!:( ~~ YL, Desi)


Taibs..”Watching and Assessing….!!”

Posted: 18 Mar 2011 08:18 AM PDT

Taib Mahmud who has had been through so many State and Federal elections including a number of by elections in his thirty years as CM is keeping everyone in anticipation of the dissolution date. There are not many windows left for him to playaround with but he knows that it will be a matter of time and the elections must be held.

At the moment from the coffeshops in the urban and towns to the longhouses and villages in the rural areas everyone will be focussed on tomorrow. What is he going to say? Could he just say that this will be his last elections leading the state..?? That will be BIG NEWS right and everyone will be thinking who will be his successor.

What if he says It's a matter of time……and mosts poltical analysts/observers/strategists including the opposition members will say CheeeH Another false alarm. But if tomorrow he does announce the dissolution date everyone will be ready for the elections and party machineries will be activated.

We have covered a number of articles and some of them are listed below:-  



PKR Youth distributes 'Orange Book' at LRT station

Posted: 18 Mar 2011 05:43 AM PDT

PKR Youth, also known by its Malay acronym AMK, distributed 2000 flyers and copies of the Buku Jingga (Orange Book) at the Masjid Jamek LRT station in Kuala Lumpur late this evening. Federal Territories AMK secretary Syed Hamzah Syed Zainal Abinden said today's event was to bring awareness and a clearer picture for the people regarding the 100-day programme of Pakatan Rakyat if they were to take over Putrajaya. Full Story: www.malaysiakini.com
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Nazri Aziz caught with his pant down is the biggest joke in Malaysia more pictures

Posted: 18 Mar 2011 05:18 AM PDT

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Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Abdul Aziz has dismissed claims of Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor meddling in matters out of her jurisdiction, as the wife of the Prime Minister.
"There is no such thing as her meddling in national affairs. Who said this? These are all lies and slanderous statements," Nazri said Thursday.
Nazri was responding to a supplementary question by Siti Zailah Mohd Yusof (PAS-Rantau Panjang), who asked him to outline the extent of Rosmah's authority as the wife of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
"Rosmah, as the First Lady of Malaysia, was also invited by different countries to give keynote addresses at events. It is not as if she demanded to be invited.
"I'm sorry if nobody asked you to give keynote speeches," Nazri told Siti Zailah jokingly, leading to laughter by other MPs in the Dewan Rakyat.
On claims that Rosmah had said the tsunami in Japan was caused by their failure to have environment-friendly measures, Nazri said her statement was taken out of context.
"You have to understand her statement in its full context and not just take a word or two and make your own assumptions," he said.
To an earlier question by Datuk Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (BN – Pasir Salak), Nazri said the fact that Rosmah was invited to give keynote speeches should be seen as an honour given to Malaysia.
Rosmah meddling in national affairs? Lies and slander, says Nazri
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The salutation of the First Lady of Malaysia is a non-official title that is not based on any provisions in the law but on practices and convention, Parliament was told Monday.
In this context, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz said the title is in reference to Prime Minister's wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, which was an "old practice" in international politics.
"For example, in the United Kingdom, Queen Elizabeth is not referred to as the First Lady because she is called as Queen. First Lady is a salutation for the wife to the Chief Executive, the Prime Minister.
"The same is practised by Japan," he said in his answer to Datuk Johari Abdul (PKR – Sungai Petani), who asked if the term "First Lady" referred to Rosmah or the Raja Pemaisuri Agong.
"With this explanation, the is no need for anymore confusion in the aspect of the usage of this salutation," Nazri said.
He also said there was no special allocation to pay for the official activities of Rosmah.

 
Rosmah's reported remarks on the tsunami disaster had caused a stir. — file pic

KUALA LUMPUR, Mar 17 — Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor's remarks on Japan's recent tsunami tragedy must be read in their entirety first before they are judged, Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz told Parliament today.

The minister in the Prime Minister's Department was responding to PAS lawmaker Siti Zailah Mohd Yusoff, who had demanded for an explanation over Rosmah's recently reported remarks.
"This is PAS-style, accusing people without reading the context in full. You have to read what was said by the First Lady in full, there is an explanation for it," said Nazri.
You have to read what was said by the First Lady in full
Nazri, however, did not elaborate in his reply to Siti Zailah.
The prime minister's wife had allegedly said the Japanese tsunami tragedy was a result of Japan's carelessness in not implementing environmentally-friendly development programmes.
"If you want an explanation, you may submit in a question for me to reply," added Nazri.
Pakatan Rakyat lawmakers have demanded that the Najib administration apologise to the people of Japan on behalf of Rosmah.


TOP The Hypocrites: Keep Spreading The Pictures, Send Them To Everyone and Upload Them Everywhere You Can

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Nazri is the biggest joke in Malaysia and it is spreading worldwide. Everyone is talking about him and his lust not to mention his hypocrisy. 

Double Standards Hypocrisy Double Standards Hypocrisy Double Standards is great when you don't believe what you preach! Yeah, they preach it but they don't follow their own preaching. They force the people to do one thing and they do the opposite. Punishment come fast when the people get caught but nothing happen when they are caught. What give them the moral authority with theirdouble standards?

Hypocrite or Fake Muslim?

Surprise the blog is still here? Lets just say the hypocrite assholes ruling Malaysiaare having difficulties blocking the GutterUncensored.com and lets leave it at that.The idiots running Malaysia have not been able to knock thisblog off the Internet for two days now and the Malaysian people keep on coming to see the pictures of the Double Standard politician. Since they have been unable to block the blog for almost two days now, the Malaysian government was forced to run an article on The Star Online news website in an attempt to cover up for Nazri. You just know this blog is just pissing them off like hell. And no, the authors of this blog were not killed in Malaysia. But the rumors of that are pretty funny. The corrupt Malaysian government is trying to use fear to shut up people in the country, thats the way they keep things under control when the lies fail.

"Anonymous" people familiar with the politician say its not him so that is their prove. What a joke? Damn, this blog has anonymous people saying it is in fact him and these people have pictures backing up their words so the anonymous sources should cancel each other other but we still have the pictures. Maybe the pictures show his long lost identical twin brother in a compromising position with a hooker a few years back. Or better yet, it is his clone fighting with a time traveling witch on a bed in a cheap hotel room. These crazy Malaysian politician think people are going to believe anything they put in their state control media. But if you notice in the title of The Star Online article the "not Nazri" is in quotations. So you know the reporters being force to write the crap for the politicians did not believe what they were being told. Now if we only knew who they quoted. For sure it was a man with a gun. The Star Online itself is NOT saying its not him, The Star is quoting a unknown person. Here is the first draft of the article:

"Man in photo with woman 'not Nazri'

KUALA LUMPUR: A photograph, posted on gutteruncensored.com showing a man with a woman in a compromising position, is not that of Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz as claimed by the foreign blog.

One of the other photographs is, however, that of Nazri, who is shown sitting on a couch at Parliament lobby.

The owner of the blog claimed that the photographs were sent by a contributor several months ago.

Nazri declined to comment when contacted but people familiar with the politician said it was not him."

Thanks for the link guys, we know for sure there are some good people being forced to do things at The Star Online. But a few hours later the link was removed because the idiot politicians caught on. Just think about it, why remove the link to the pictures in question if the pictures are not of Nazri Aziz. The best part is that "Nazri declined to comment when contacted" like a coward. The entire country is laughing at him and his family and he declined to comment. He lacks the courage to face the situation and the pictures that are bringing his honer in question. Lets just wonder who is the man of that family. My money is on the Heineken drinking big time player womanizing son. Nazri Aziz has some serious explaining to do to his son, one is sure that the son is not happy knowing that his father has been stepping out on his mother. And here is the final draft after several revisions of The Star Online article, this is after they remove the name and link to this website:

"Man in photo with woman 'not Nazri'
KUALA LUMPUR: A photograph, posted on a website showing a man with a woman in a compromising position, is not that of Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz as claimed by the foreign blog.
One of the other photographs is, however, that of Nazri, who is shown sitting on a couch at Parliament lobby.
The owner of the blog claimed that the photographs were sent by a contributor several months ago.
Nazri declined to comment when contacted but people familiar with the politician said it was not him."

Note, The Star Online got the number of pictures wrong. You can look for yourself and see more than "A photograph" was posted. By saying it was one picture, they are trying to make it sound less serious. Damn, you see mistakes were made in the first two words of the article. What else could they have gotten wrong? Do not blame the people at The Star Online, the guy writing the article might have a gun at his head whiling he was writing it.

Nazri has lost his moral authority. At this point his is just bring more shame to his party and family. His hypocrisy and his lack of strength in the wake of these picture bring in question his manhood. Elizabeth Wong is more of a man than Nazri because at least she faced the media. Nazri is in hiding, he hide like a little girl under her sheet because of the monsters in the closet. If he is not the person in these pictures, why not just say so?

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Under Sharia law unlawful sexual intercourse (outside marriage) and the drinking of alcohol is strictly prohibited. Sexual offenses can carry a penalty of stoning to death or flogging.Drinking of alcohol is defined as criminaloffenses, they are often punishable by a prison.
Wouldn't you love to hear his stand on Sharia law right about now? What do you think he would say? Now that he has lost any moral authority to preach to the people of Malaysia. BTW, Why didn't the article mention the Double Standards for the son? Just look at the son of the man preaching Islam. Hey, go preach Islam to your son before you preach it to others:

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Stop Oppressing The Christians — By Emmanuel Joseph.

Posted: 18 Mar 2011 03:37 AM PDT

I rarely read the Bible in Bahasa Malaysia. The only time I do read is when I help prepare the liturgy for Sunday Mass. My church has one of the readings in Bahasa, to be more inclusive of our Sabahan, Sarawakian and Indonesian brothers and sisters who attend. So banning the Bible in Bahasa does not really affect me personally as a Christian.

But as a Christian too, I feel angered at the thought that the Bible is being treated with as much respect as a terrorist bomb-making manual. I feel upset that my fellow Christians from Sabah and Sarawak and Orang Asli Christians are being denied their right to read the Bible in the only language they understand.

I feel hopeless that the fact my church is constantly under attack because someone somewhere feels it's a brilliant political strategy to "pinch the baby and rock the cradle". I feel incredulous at the thought that the government, clerics, the Home Ministry, Umno, Perkasa, the Muslim consumers association are being consulted over Christian Bibles!

Bibles that never should have been confiscated in the first place!

Bibles that are the religious teachings, holy text and sacred instructions for Christians! Everyone's opinion in this seems to matter, EXCEPT the Christians. What next? Will the government want a say in the appointment of our bishops too? How about the government design our churches, ordain our priests and prepare our liturgical texts as well? You're halfway there already.

The churches in Malaysia receive hardly any government aid, monetary or otherwise. We build our own churches, pay our own preachers, and run our own outreach programmes. Christians ask for nearly nothing from the government, quite to the contrast, help ease the government's burdens with schools, hospices, old folk's homes, HIV awareness programmes, youth programmes, just to name a few.

How many laws must be enacted before weak-minded, selfish individuals are no longer distrustful of Christians? How many more injustices must churches suffer before people in higher places realise we are not a threat? How much more must we give in before they leave us alone?

First it was the schools. Schools that were built by Christian missionaries for all people, irrespective of religious background. Schools that educated hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of Malaysians. Hospitals, nursing homes, kindergartens, community halls, charity outreach missions, one by one was forced to "lessen the tone" of their Christian identity because the government created a false sense of fear that Christians were covertly converting people, that we were spreading our religion. If that were truly the case, Malaysia would be a Christian country by now! The concept of selflessness, of charity, the fruit of every religion, seems alien to the government. Could it be because the government, with all its actions, for its entire slogan spewing, with all its high-handedness does not really practise the religion they so vigorously "enforce"?

I can understand if the Muslim ministers in the government have been misled into believing all that is being said about the Christians. But what about the non-Muslim ministers? What about the Christian ministers? Dare you call yourselves Christians when your religion is being trivialised and your Holy Book is being used as a political pawn by your own party?

When PAS, a Muslim party, has found the courage to stand up for the Christians, when PKR, a predominantly Malay party has spoken out for us? When non-Christians are speaking up for us, your silence is deafening. A short squeak here and there to assure your voters you're still a Christian is hardly considered standing up for your religion. Where is your courage in opposing PAS's so called hardliner stance now? They asked for a lottery ban and you called it an infringement of non-Muslim rights. May I be so bold as to ask what do you call 35,000 Bibles being held up and "bar coded"?

This is nothing short of bullying. This is nothing short of religious persecution. This is nothing short of abuse of power. This is nothing short of political fear mongering. This is nothing short of dangerously playing the religious card to divide and rule Malaysians. Enough is enough. Stop oppressing the Christians. We deserve better.


Bergantung kepada dubur untuk 'mileage' politik

Posted: 18 Mar 2011 01:43 AM PDT

Saya terpanggil untuk memberi komen pendek tentang isu DNA Anwar yang hangat diperkatakan terutamanya kepada penggiat politik dan pertubuhan yang berkait dengan politik. Anwar telah dihadapkan ke mahkamah dan apa juga yang diperkatakan oleh sesiapa diluar mahkamah adalah salah dari segi undang-undangnya.

Biarkanlah mahkamah menyelesaikan isu itu dan lebih baik di sisi undang-undang dan di sisi etika nya agar pihak yang lain tidak masuk campur di dalam menentukan Anwar untuk menyerahkan DNA beliau. Undang-undang ada untuk menyelesaikannya.

Berdemonstrasi di jalanan untuk memaksa Anwar menyerahkan DNA nya itu secara otomatik akan dianggap sebagai tindakan politik. Takkan lah kita guna isu dubur untuk mendapatkan atau untuk mengekalkan kuasa. Elok kita tunggu dan biarkan pihak mahkamah untuk melakukan apa yang sepatutnya.

Kumpulan-kumpulan yang berkempentingan politik eloklah menggunakan isu lain untuk meraih sokongan dan janganlah hendaknya kita menggunakan isu ini untuk mendapatkan sokongan dan simpati orang ramai. Apa pun alasan yang diberikan oleh kumpulan yang mendesak ini ia tetap merupakan permainan politik yang tidak beretika.

Masakakan kumpulann yang menjerit-jerit meminta Anwar menyerahkan DNA itu mengambil tindakan yang betul dengan menggunakan kesempatan ini untuk melakukan tindakan yang desperado ini.

Kumpulan-kumpulan ini seolah-olah tidak berkeyakinan kepada mahkamah atau mahukan mahkamah untuk memutuskan keadilan mengikut kehendak demonstrasi jalanan.

Carilah isu lain untuk dijadikan bahan politik. Janganlah tunjukan sangat desperado kita di khalayak ramai.


Life as Muslims ~ 'Between Heaven and Hell' by Zainol Abideen

Posted: 18 Mar 2011 02:53 AM PDT

Assalamualaikum. That means 'Peace be unto you!'. One of the best form of greetings in the world.


For those of us who choose to be Muslims, it is fard @ obligatory on us to wish our fellow Muslims with the additional ' Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh'. Meaning ' With the Mercy and Blessings of Allah'.


Those who have yet to learn of this wondrous form of greeting, ought to do a bit of study and research about this matter. You will greatly benefit from it. Insya Allah ~ God Willing.


My topic for today is concerning our life here as Muslims. My article's title adding the phrase' Between Heaven and Hell' literally means just that.


That even those of us who claim to be Muslims aren't exactly guaranteed a place in Heaven for as human beings who are exposed to the dictates and circumstances of this worldly life, we too are not free from committing sins and errors.


The only thing that differentiates us from those who are stoic Disbelievers @ Kaffirs are what we attempt to do to redeem ourselves in the Eyes of Almighty Allah with regard to our acts of worship and penance.


To put it in a nutshell, you can safely conclude that each and every one of us are practically caught between the Yin and Yang of life. Like a swinging pendulum of fate that determines our final position in the scales of our deeds.


There is just no guarantee that we can be safe from being thrown into the burning pits of Hellfire that He, the Almighty has prepared for us if we screw up during this temporal existence here on Earth.


No one is safe. Literally.


I recall reading about how Archangel Jibril Alaihis Salam returned to Rasulullah Sallalahu Alaihi Wassallam after viewing Jannah @ Paradise and stated to our Beloved Prophet that the conditions to enter Heaven were just so demanding that it would be almost a miracle for any humans to enter it if just based upon our deeds.


Except for the Maghfirah @ Forgiveness of Almighty Allah.


Then I remember reading about Jibril Alaihis Salam relating to the Prophet Muhammad Sallalahu Alaihi Wassallam that no one would be safe from Narrul Jahannam ~ the burning Hellfire for it being surrounded by all that we so love and lust about.


Yes! This is the reality of our life.


We are not safe from sin. Even, those of us who say that we are Muslims. 


We who are believers in Allah, His Prophets and Messengers, the Angels, the Holy Scriptures, Doomsday and our Destiny ~ Qada' and Qadr.


For we sin. We succumb to our lusts and secret desires. Only thing is that most of us are great pretenders. We put up a facade of being holy moly when deep down in our hearts, there might be raging desires. 


Such are the internal conflicts that is unleashed almost on an incessant continuous struggle between our own nafs and efforts to rectify our errors!


Daily. At almost every interval. Between our prayers. Our good deeds. Our good intentions. Our daily efforts to redeem ourselves. 


We commit sin both knowingly and otherwise. 


We take life lightly and at times fool ourselves that we are good.


We beguile ourselves with the notion that since we are Muslims, we are destined to enter the Heavens.


That my dear readers depends on our efforts to cleanse and purify ourselves by seeking His Forgiveness.


Each and every prayer that we extend to Allah is asking for atonement  for our sins. That's what prayers are for. Whether He accepts such prayers and acts of worship are entirely up to Him, our Creator.


We who have attained some sort of understanding concerning our faith often delude ourselves into thinking that just because we have been keeping to our daily prayers, we are safe from Hell.


Thinking and rational Muslims will know and realize that such rationalizing can just turn out to be nothing but a serious delusion.


Believing in Allah and all the other aspects of our Iman @ Faith alone is not a guarantee that we will get a green ticket to Paradise. No sirree.


In these times, we are often faced with the spectre of human audacity where we are often mistaken into believing that just because we support this and that Islam oriented party or grouping, we are guaranteed of Paradise.


Really?


Is Paradise that easy to enter?


What criteria do we think that entry into Allah's Heavens demands or expects from us?


Study the Quran and Hadiths. Do our research.


Are the Heavens so easy to access?


Many a scholar and pious one are on record of having fallen from God's graces.


The Alims become Zalim and end up amongst the losers. I myself do not dare lay claim to being infallible.


Not in any second or moment. All I can do is hope. Hope and pray that He Who Knows me Inside Out will have it in Him to forgive this mere speck of dust that He chose to create and let me come to be.


Wallahi.


I cringe in fear and shudder to think as to what my fate will be for I know that I too have my fair share of screw ups and errors?


When I listen to Raihan, singing their heart-wrenching nasyeeds with such straight to the heart lyrics, my tears flow when I try to reflect upon my sins.



The lyrics in Malay ~ 'Dosa dosa ku bagaikan pepasir dipantai'. My sins are (as much) as the grains of sands on the beach.


Imagine that.


How many grains of sands do you think that a beach contains?


Is there anyone here who can dare claim to be free from having committed any such errors or sins?


It doesn't matter as to who you are or claim to be?


Who is there that dares to pound his or her chest and claim to be sin free? 


I doubt that there will ever be any.


Even the Blessed Prophet Sallalahu Alaihi Wassallam stood in prayer for hours at end till his blessed feet swelled up and his tears flowed endlessly till he wet his beard.


That's the Holy Prophet. One who is maksum ~ the infallible. His only error was immediately reprimanded by The Almighty when Rasul Sallallahu Alaihi Wassallam 'frowned' when the blind Sahabah @ Abdullah ibni Maqtum entered and sort of disturbed a meeting that the Blessed Prophet was having with a few pagan Makkan Arab Qureisyhi chieftains!


That reprimand stands eternally on record in the first few verses of the Surah Abasa.


When even the Blessed Greatest and Final Prophet and Messenger of Allahu Ta'ala gets reprimanded in such an eternal manner, who the hell are we if compared to him?


Hello!!!


Yet there are so many today out there going about so smug and pontificating like strutting peacocks claiming to be amongst those who will enter Paradise!


Not a fat chance ... save for the Maghfirah @ Forgiveness of Ar Rahman!


All that we can possibly do is to keep up with our prayers and ask for His Forgiveness sincerely.


At each and every opportune moment and second that we can get.


If our life ends just when we are in the midst of committing a sin, who is there who can guarantee us a safe passage beyond the gates of Jannah if not to end up in the burning pits of Hell?


That my dear brothers and sisters is the ultimate reality of this temporal life we are currently living in.


We who are mere mortals are drawn naturally to all that is attractive and pleasurable to us.
Its in our blood.


Our natural born instincts.


Those who claim otherwise are only fooling themselves.


Good luck to each and every one of you including yours truly.


May we be safe from ending up there when the pendulum of fate points to ' Sorry mate! You are going to Hell!'


May Allah safe us from our own selfs.


Amin.


TI-M: Probe Taib to avoid slide in graft index

Posted: 17 Mar 2011 11:34 PM PDT

Corruption watchdog group Transparency International-Malaysia (TI-M) urged the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to probe graft allegations against Sarawak Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud. Its president Paul Low said today that "serious allegations of extraordinary corruption and abuse of power" against the top Sarawak family as it could cause the country's corruption index to plunge further. Full Story: www.malaysiakini.com
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Dun Sarawak bubar 21 Mac?

Posted: 17 Mar 2011 08:28 PM PDT


Jika desas-desus itu menjadi kenyataan, ada kemungkinan pilihan raya dilangsungkan pada 16 April sementara 9 April adalah hari penamaan calon.


Dun Sarawak bubar 21 Mac?

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KUCHING, 17 Mac: Dewan Undangan Negeri (Dun) Sarawak kemungkinan dibubarkan pada 21 Mac ini bagi membolehkan pilihan raya negeri kesepuluh diadakan.

Jika desas-desus itu menjadi kenyataan, ada kemungkinan pilihan raya dilangsungkan pada 16 April sementara 9 April adalah hari penamaan calon.

Siang tadi, Ketua Menteri, Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud tidak memberikan sebarang ulasan kepada media selepas menghadiri Mesyuarat Kabinet Sarawak di Wisma Bapa Malaysia di sini.

Pada sebelah pagi, beliau mengadakan pertemuan dengan Yang Dipertua Negeri, Tun Abang Mohammad Salahuddin Abang Beriang di Astana Negeri.

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Sementara itu, lawatan bersama Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak dan timbalannya, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin ke negeri ini pada Sabtu ini dikatakan mempunyai kaitan dengan pilihan raya negeri.

Sarawak mengadakan pilihan raya negeri kesembilan pada 20 Mei 2006 bagi memilih 71 Adun di mana 9 Mei ialah hari penamaan calon.

Ketika itu, Dun Sarawak dibubarkan pada 24 April 2006 oleh Yang Dipertua Negeri, Tun Abang Muhammad Salahuddin Abang Barieng atas nasihat Taib.

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Sheer arrogance

Posted: 17 Mar 2011 07:02 PM PDT

There is a saying that "when the roof leaks, comes the horrendous rain the whole night". I am sure all of you know what it means– when a situation is already bad enough, more bad things are happening.

This is indeed what has happened in Japan. First there is the big quake, then the tsunami, then the  nuclear crisis which the French (experts in nuclear facilities) classifies as level 6, just a level below Chernobyl, the worst nuclear disaster the world has seen. We have now the threat of certain coastal areas in Japan which may be flooded during the high tides expected tomorrow with the super-Moon at its nearest distance from Earth since 1993. then there is the extreme cold climate and blizzards. How how unfortunate, and my heart is with the Japanese people…

Out of this grim picture, we have seen the heroic acts of the workers at the Fukushima plant. The 50 or so workers (one report listed it at 150 rotating in shifts) know that it is now a suicidal mission to work close to the failities and yet they have no qualm going in after withdrawing very briefly. radiation exposure can cause instant death, but even if they can avoid that by using some forms of protective gears, the long term effect is almost certain… cancers of the various kinds..

I salute these unnamed heroes.

Then I saw another picture of Japanese lining up to receive food and water. It was so orderly, no asking for more, just quietly taking what was given to them  and nodding in thanks. In many other countries, people will be rushing and pushing each other to get to the front of the queue.

There is also a report from wikileak that some experts had actually warned the Japanese government that a nuclear facility would not be able to withstand a quake above a magnitude of 7.0 and it was unsafe to build such plants in Japan and yet the government still thought it safe and went ahead. This is typical of government s everywhere.

This actually raise a very significant point for countries planning to have nuclear reactor to generate electricity. Nothing man-made will be safe forever. No matter how many safety features you can put into, there is always the unknown factor, Mother Nature and human error.

China has announced that it is suspending all future nuclear plants pending a review. I thought that is prudent and what a responsible government should do.

In Malaysia, our 2nd in command has said that we are going ahead with our nuclear facility. The reason being that we have the experts and we have no Earthquake.

Can our expertise be better than the Japanese, or the American or the Russians? We have the Chernobyl incident, the Three Miles island incident which were not caused by natural disaster. In both cases, human error played an important  part, even though Chernobyl had also certain design faults.

Malaysia is a small country. If we have a nuclear reactor in West Malaysia and an accident happens, the radiation is going to affect the whole peninsular.  Prolonged exposure to long term low level radiation is still harmful and raises the risk of developing a cancer many many times.  Radiation fallout will affect land and rivers, and thus our food chain will be affected. Mind you, this effects are not just temporary but long term. The worst thing about radiation is that it is something you cannot see or feel.

I have mentioned in my last post that it will be unfair to the people if the government insists on going ahead. The least it can do is to suspend and review the project.

It is really sheer arrogance and political insensitivity to insist on proceeding with the project when the Japanese crisis has not even been contained.



USA: "Is he our bastard?"

Posted: 17 Mar 2011 06:48 PM PDT

Sydney Morning Herald - UN votes for action to stop Gaddafi

(Extracts):

The UN Security Council has unanimously passed a vote calling for "all necessary measures" against forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.

The vote - 10-0, with five abstentions, including Russia and China - will allow foreign enforcement of a no-fly zone over Libya and ground Colonel Gaddafi's air force, reportedly as early as today.

The BBC reports that attacks on forces loyal to Gaddafi by the British and French air forces could begin within hours of the UN passing resolution 1973, with anti-aircraft defences the likely first targets.


One could argue the UN is interfering with a domestic issue (of rebellion) of the sovereign state of Libya, but nonetheless I support stopping the dictator from his nefarious killing of his own people.

Now, contrast the hypocrisy of the USA and Western Europe in their condonation and 'act dunno' of the following:

Sydney Morning Herald -
Bahrain armed forces fire on protesters after martial law declared

(Extracts):

Military and security forces have moved against thousands of anti-government protesters occupying a landmark square in Bahrain's capital after the king declared a three-month state of emergency and instructed the military to tackle unrest.

Ali Al Aswad, a member of Bahrain's opposition Wefaq party, said the government was using helicopters to shoot at protesters and called for international intervention. ''The security forces are killing the people, we call upon UN to help us,'' he told al-Jazeera.


Financial Times -
Troops fire on Bahraini protesters

(Extracts):

Bahrain's armed forces opened fire on protesters in the capital Manama on Friday as demonstrators across the Arab world defied security forces to support the extraordinary wave of popular uprisings across the region.

The Bahraini military shot at a crowd, some of whom were holding flowers or chanting "peaceful, peaceful, peaceful", as they tried to reoccupy a roundabout that has become a symbol of this week's uprising in the small Arab kingdom.

In tense and chaotic scenes, ambulances arrived to pick up the wounded, several of whom were bleeding heavily.

"See what they are doing, is this democracy?" cried one demonstrator. "I have nothing, what do you expect, I only want to eat," said another man.

Domestic issue no doubt but will the UN or USA or Western Europe intervene as they plan to now do in Libya? Will they be a no-fly zone imposed?

But read on …

Yahoo News -
Saudi sends troops, Bahrain Shi'ites call it "war"

Whoa, now wouldn't this be an invasion by foreign troops?

What will the USA do now, yes that USA, self-proclaimed leader of the free world, free speech and democracy, changer of evil regimes?

The same Yahoo news article reported that the White House said the United States did not consider the arrival of Saudi security forces as an invasion.

Of course not, as there's no greater hypocrite in this world than the USA, with Western Europe a close second. That the USA has a huge base in Bahrain (Juffair) to protect its oil interests may also explain its refusal to intervene in a blatant case of human rights violation as Bahraini government troops poured fire on protestors (mainly Shiites).


Incidentally it has just asked non-essential US family members at its bases to leave Bahrain, an indication it is expecting worse, but hey, nothing to merit US intervention.

The hypocritical US is, as usual, protecting its local dictators, like it did for ex Nicaraguan dictator, Anastazio Somoza, and (initially) for Mubarak, the Saudi royalty, once the Shah of Iran and Saddam Hussein, Pakistani military dictators, Vietnam's Ngo brothers and a list of military strongmen, former Uzbekistan dictator Islam Karmov, Afghanistan current president Kazai and a host of other pocket dictators.

As US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt once said of Anastazio Somoza: "He might be a bastard, but he's our bastard".

And the USA is the BIGGEST bastard of them all!


Even Gobalakrishnan wants BN to recapture Selangor

Posted: 17 Mar 2011 05:54 PM PDT

Early in the morning and this is among the first tweet that I saw....

@Ngobalakrishnan: @nohomar Good Morning To you Dato. May you bring change to Selangor that is being misused by Anwar.

The level of abuse in Selangor by the DAP-controlled PKR puppet government led by Khalid Ibrahim must be a lot greater than any of us realize to prompt such strong sentiments from a former cop-slapper.

The Opposition was given the chance to prove themselves in ther richest state in the federation and they have not done a sterling job.

Before they came to power they promised heaven and earth to the people but after gaining control, they made themselves sons and daughters of heaven, weilding power like its their own and amassing wealth and filling up their war chest.


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