Thursday, June 23, 2011

Malaysiakini siar komen celupar hina Islam dan Melayu serta maki Tun Dr M

Malaysiakini siar komen celupar hina Islam dan Melayu serta maki Tun Dr M

Malaysiakini siar komen celupar hina Islam dan Melayu serta maki Tun Dr M

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 03:53 PM PDT

Saya menghantar emel kepada beberapa PDRM, agensi kerajaan seperti SKMM dan blogger blogger tertentu memaklumkan mereka akan komen terlalu celupar, menghina dan menyinggung perasaan umat Islam serta orang orang Melayu dan Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Perdana Menteri kita ke 4 yang dihina sebagai keturunan Anak Haram! 

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Anonymous_5fb Either you like to read this or not, the good name of Islam has been tainted with the type of so-called Malay Muslims around. We should treat each other as human, whether he or she a Muslim or not. What is so big deal whether one is Muslim or non-Muslim? Really sick of this kind of Muslims. Malu.
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Anonymous_5fb 'They' thought Idris Jala a Muslim. That's why he was appointed MAS CEO, if not non-Muslim has no chance to be on this high position however best qualified he or she maybe. This is the ugliest thing about their 'Ketuanan Melayu'.
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Concerned Citizen 1e05 this jamil khir is an idiot. I wonder who e is trying to hoodwink with his answers and explanations. just accept and try to improve it. Lying is not doing anyone any favours. pls ds najib, dont reappoint idiots like this. makes you lose credibility also
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rajm My dear fucker minister to have islamic names does not mean they are Malays. Malays are not the only people in this world to practise islamic relegion. Actually these so called malays in the first place were not Muslims they were actually practising the Hindu relegions just like the Balainese. Please don't talk corcks you MALAY Hindu bastards. Look at MNahathir just because he apes the Malay customs he becomes a Malay and his father becomes a BASTARD.
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Makcik Har Logic will tell you that if someone does not want to be a member of any club, he or she is free to leave right ? No, certainly not in this country. If you don't want to be a Muslim,this mickey mouse government will insist that you are a Muslim even if you had stopped believing or never believed in the first place. They even go against the Constitution which guarantees the freedom of religion. Are there any lawyers out there who are willing to take up this case to the world court ? Why should JPN refer those people to the Syariah Court ? I am told , over there the files would be locked up in a drawer never to see the light of day. As a token a few files of Chinese Muslim converts would be opened and go to court.Strictly No No to Malays.This shows the government's motif is a just a cattle branding exercise to be used for their political advantage.
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Buffalo_Bill If only registration error, why need to go to Syariah Court which is set up for Muslims? After all, the person who "suffered" from NRD error obviously does not profess the Islamic faith .... duh?
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Dicksonian_sltiger Carry on spinning stories. Go and say it to the marines. You have Class One storytellers in your stupid regime to keep on spinning stories!
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Kit Carson Another of Najib's many assholes, trying to cover his backside!!
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Barang Naik proved to us.
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Saya sungguh kecewa dengan kelemahan Kementerian Dalam Negeri dan Kerajaan Malaysia pimpinan Najib Tun Razak yang terbukti gagal menjaga segala aspek keselamatan dalam negara kita terutama keharmonian rakyat dengan membiarkan portal Malaysiakini menjadi sarang anasir subversif dan pengadu domba paling celupar didalam negara ini.

Saya sudah hilang hormat kepada Kerajaan 2 Sepupu ini. Apa lagi penghinaan yang terpaksa ditanggung umat Islam negara ini dengan kelemahan pentadbiran Kerajaan 1Malaysia ini?

Takkan nak biar sampai jadi Kerajaan 1Pondan kot? 1Darai?

Apa guna memegang kuasa jika tak ada semangat kejantanan untuk bertindak terhadap para penghina ini?

Takkan sudah mangli 2 sepupu ni?

* Mangli adalah apa yang kami orang orang utara sebut seperti dah tak ada perasaan...tak sensitif.

Maki lah macam mana pun, mereka tak kan buat apa pun. Dah biasa...


Posted: 23 Jun 2011 01:38 PM PDT


Here's the thing: When it comes to the wanton exploits of the gloriously single-minded penis and its commanding tendency, since the dawn of time, to propel otherwise savvy males toward behaviors generally considered to be the province of unhinged zoo animals, everyone seems to more or less agree.It isn't so much the kinky adventures that are the problem. It's not the scandals, the adultery, the sloppy photos, the tepid perversion, the frat-boy sexting or even the prostitute's yawning grunts heard through the hotel walls at the Republican National Convention.
These are all, if not completely acceptable in the public sphere, then pretty much par for the sexually deviant human course.
It's not even the multiple partners, the secret gay trysts, or even the random love child with the scullery maid that so annoy and ruffle the populace, save for the usual cadre of fundamentalist "family values" nutbunnies and occasional unfortunate, horrified girlwomen who claim to be entirely grossed out by images of enthusiastic penises (in which case, I'm terribly sorry for your boyfriend and please avoid my iPhoto library).
No, what everyone seems to agree on is — how to put it gently? — the repellant douchiness of how it's all handled when the scandal, the tryst, the penis photos leak all over the Interweb. Is it not true?

Sunny Sheu murdered for investigating NY foreclosure Judge Joseph Golia?

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 12:33 PM PDT

No, this can't be true!

Following is the story from The Paradise Post

Sunny Sheu: Murdered for Investigating NY Foreclosure Judge Joseph Golia?

June 24, 2011

By Power Point Paradise

The details are thin but they sure don't smell right. The short form is that Sunny Sheu had his house stolen from him by fictive buyers who used forged documents. Judge Golia of Queens engaged in what appears to be highly questionable behavior in failing to reverse the sale. Sheu started investigating the judge, was told by policeman who specifically referred to information he had provided about Golia, and that if he didn't drop it, he'd wind up dead. Sheu disregarded their warning and did wind up dead. The authorities are also refusing to honor requests for information regarding Sheu's death made under New York's Freedom of Information Act. This story has been publicized by Foreclosure Fraud and The Daily Bail and I hope it gets more traction.

First, the background, as reported in Black Star News:

Sheu's ordeal began over 10 years ago when a bank representative knocked on his door and said he was there to inspect the house for its new owner. The problem was that Sheu had never sold the house. It turns out that someone had forged critical documents and used them to illegally sell the property.

Sheu alerted all relevant authorities; including the police, the bank that held the mortgage, and the title insurer of the property. Eventually the parties involved in forging the documents were prosecuted, pleaded guilty to forgery, and went to jail.

Sheu hoped that with all the evidence in his favor, the matter would be quickly resolved–it was actually only the beginning of his nightmare.

But Centex Home Equity, the bank that held the original mortgage, acted as if the fraudulent sale had been legitimate, ignoring all the documentation submitted by Sheu regarding the fraud, including the police report he'd filed.

Centex filed a lawsuit on December 12, 2001, against Sheu in State Supreme Court, in Queens County. The bank wanted a default judgment on the property and foreclosure, claiming that the "new owners" were delinquent on mortgage payments. In reality, of course, there was never any legal "new owner".

The Centex case against Sheu went before Judge Golia, in Queens County. Sheu said he was stunned when Judge Golia also ignored the obvious fact that the "sale" had been fraudulent, which would obviate the claim against him. Instead of immediately restoring Sheu's rightful ownership, he said, Golia allowed the lawsuit to proceed, eventually leading to the foreclosure of Shue's home.


And it's very odd for Sunny to have made this video … bless his soul

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The plight of our Press Secretaries

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 11:27 AM PDT

I was told that a Press Secretary to a Cabinet Minister has resigned last week. He is the same person who once served another minister but was asked to resign for performing the 'umrah' without the boss' consent (although he was well-informed about it).

I suppose there were problems between him and the 'junior' minister. When asked about it via a text message, the only reply I got was, "dunno la bro, its hard to work with him".

Almost all press secretaries are chosen from among senior journalists in the mainstream media, except for one or two officials from Jabatan Penerangan or even from other private organisations. Journalists usually make good press-sec as compared with those from other sectors.

I know many of them ever since I started my carrier as a cadet reporter back in 1981. Most of them were good, a few made it big while one or two had to turn back to their former employers. A few had died, too.

To me, press secretaries are important people. In many countries, a press-sec holds the key to a President's or a Prime Minister's success in politics and also in introducing certain policies to the constituents. And in many countries too, a press-sec is above any political-secretary (some governments dont even employ political secretaries).

A press-sec does almost everything. Apart from ensuring that his boss gets sufficient media coverage, he also has to strategise his boss' political position. Without a good and proper publicity, his boss may deemed as a 'dead politician'.

Those who found entries to the Prime Minister office are considered the 'very lucky' ones. They are the envious of many other press-secretaries. As far as I can remember, only a few ministers had shown appreciation for their press-secs, travelling together with them in the same official cars and making full use of their professionalism.

One Prime Minister had never left his office without having his press-sec to sit next to him in the car to ensure that both would be able to discuss matters of any function they were about to attend. That's how a press-sec was deeply appreciated.

US President Barack Obama makes it compulsory for his press-sec Robert Gibbs to be with him most of the time and to join him in the same vehicle that takes him wherever he goes. Former Singapore PM Lee Kuan Yew also did the same for his press-sec Yeong Yoon Ying.

However, in the recent years, most ministers would hire a press-sec for the sake of having one. They would not have them in the same car or helicopter. This bosses also like to compare them with others and belittle them in public, treating them like strangers. Some even dont have that level of trust for their own press-secs.

Most ministers nowadays would attend a 'far-away function' which requires them to take a flight, i.e to Kota Bharu, only to be accompanied by their bodyguards and special assistants. His press-sec would be left to drive all the way up, and by the time he arrives, he would already be overcome by fatigue.

I must admit that there are few press-secretaries who fail to function well enough but the bosses didnt make any effort to replace them. However, we must also admit the fact that not all ministers have the brain to hold such portfolios. Some are appointed just to fill up the race quota.

Of course, any press-sec is appointed on a contractual basis but so are a political-sec and a senior private-sec (SUSK). A press-sec does more work than any pol-sec and SUSK but the gap in salary doesnt commensurate with such loads. I know a few journalists who once received a monthly salary of between RM6,000 and RM8,000 had to settle for an offer of RM5,000 or less as a press-sec. A press-sec to the PM or DPM should get higher pay.

There are ministers who place high expectations for his press-sec when they themselves are the dumber. Most of them dont have any knowledge in dealing with the Press but still refuse to take advise from their press-secs.

As for this friend of mine who just resigned (was he asked to?), your boss may have thought that you are somebody like Dana Perino or Tony Snow who used to serve former US Presidents, but he himself is not fit for the portfolio!


Posted: 23 Jun 2011 09:39 AM PDT

The Malaysian Indian Muslim Congress (Kimma) a.k.a Mamak Association has asked the Sultan of Perak, Sultan Azlan Shah, to revoke the datukship of former Bar Council president Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan for planning an illegal gathering on July 9.Ambiga Sreenevasan is a colossus of intellect and integrity in the Malaysian legal fraternity. Ask any lawyer and they will tell you. Here is what Wikipedia has to say:Dato' Ambiga Sreenevasan (born 1956) is a Malaysian lawyer who served as the Malaysian Bar chairlady from 2007 to 2009.In March 2009, she became one of the eight recipients for the 2009 Secretary of State's Award for International Women of Courage Awards. In the ceremony, the United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton commented, "… Ambiga Sreenevasan, has a remarkable record of accomplishment in Malaysia. She has pursued judicial reform and good governance, she has stood up for religious tolerance, and she has been a resolute advocate of women's equality and their full political participation. She is someone who is not only working in her own country, but whose influence is felt beyond the borders of Malaysia. And it is a great honor to recognize her and invite her to the podium."References: "Remarks by Clinton on International Women of Courage Awards". United States. 11 March. Retrieved 2 December 2009.Power is the glue of politics. That is why a government is expected to be in array and opposition generally in disarray. Ideology is a fickle custodian of unity in an age of convenience. Its absence has eliminated the difference between single-party rule and coalition government. Both are held together by individual or sectarian self-interest, which is why they last. Ideology is a differentiator; it makes a partnership untenable even if the partners consider it sustainable. Sentiment is irrelevant to any political marriage. This is true of all democracies where coalitions become necessary. Politicians live for power; why would they invite a premature death?Indian Muslim politics, reduced to minimalist, notional ideology, devoid of individual or party accountability, is peculiarly suited to coalitions. If there were accountability, the KIMMA Syed Ibrahim  the great ballsucker would not  been in the Senate,.if not for his ballsucking Because there is none, the current coalition will survive without either condemnation or confession. An occasional spot of PR-driven tinkering is all that is needed.Draupadi called Karna "a charioteer's son" rejecting him at her swayamvar. She lived to regret her words and lusted for the man through her life; Karna never forgave her that slight. Later, at her Palace of Illusions, drunk on her husbands' success, Draupadi laughed at Duryodhana as he stumbled and fell, saying "Son of a blind man would be blind himself" . That slight led to her disrobing , which led to the battle of Mahabharata.Words uttered in haste, without consideration , often lead one to big trouble. Wrongful acts are often easier to forgive or forget, but hurtful words keep playing on the mind and heart. A lashing of the tongue can sometimes be more severe than physical hurt. Words uttered irresponsibly cannot be taken back and often have the power to change our lives. Look at how a few words spoken under influence of drugs and alcohol put paid to the upward rise of one of the world's most talented designers, John Galliano.Just three words uttered together "Talaq , talaq , talaq" can sever marital ties forever ; no wonder Islam warns proponents to utter the words only after serious consideration and family consultation . Not just anger, even words uttered in humour can have the potential for disaster . Recently a man jokingly typed "talaq , talaq , talaq" thrice in a skype chat with his wife. In a fix when he realized the significance of what he had done, he sought clarification. A ruling issued by Darul Uloom Deobandi, one of Islam's leading authorities on religious law, clarified that his divorce was real and the woman would have to remarry another man, and be with her second husband for a year before she could divorce him to remarry her first husband.In a free-wheeling conversation, a senior colleague known for his philosophical world views said, "You know, the tongue is the source of all trouble – it makes you say things you never meant to say! Then consider taste, which also resides in the tongue. The tongue makes you overeat, which results not just in being overweight, but in innumerable health problems as well!Golden words indeed, and they set me thinking. Remember all doctors ask you to poke your tongue out for diagnostic purposes? The texture and colour of the tongue can apparently give a doctor a good indication of your general health condition . The same tongue poked out without the doctor's suggestion can be construed in many different manners. In movies of yore, the heroine would poke out her little pinky at the hero in a flirtatious gesture before running away just beyond reach. A nervous flick of the tongue to hastily moisten dry lips can be a very seductive gesture calculated to drive a man wild! Children use poking of the tongue as a derisive or challenging gesture , often accompanied by showing the thumb toI remember a group family picnic at Surajkund as a child. Wandering away from our parents, we were accosted by some beer swiveling aggressive youngsters who got a kick out of scaring us with shouts and lewd gestures. We ran away from them, but just as we were almost on safe ground, one of the kids in the group turned around, thrust out his tongue and showed a thumb (today's equivalent would be showing the finger) to them. This enraged the guys and they ran towards us throwing their bottles in our direction . Thankfully we had reached the area where our parents sat and those were the days when just the sight of adults was still enough to scare away even drunk young men!Indeed, by disciplining this one bag of muscles, the tongue, one can claim to have achieved control over a major part of one's life! Many are the emotions the tongue achieves for us. Surprise and regret are also depicted by a poking out of the tongue and biting iEver wondered why Goddess Kali is always portrayed with her red tongue thrust out and dancing on Lord Shiva's body? According to the Markandeya Purana, in her form as Goddess Durga, when Kali's anger against the demons Sambhuand Nishambu couldn't be controlled and she kept on her path of destruction , the Gods enlisted the help of her consort Lord Shiva. Shiva lay down amongst the demons on whose bodies Durga was dancing. When she realized that she was dancing on her husband Shiva's body, stunned, Durga thrust out her tongue in surprise and regret and remained frozen. That is the way the Goddess is depicted always nowOf course the tongue, an essential tool in speech for humans, is also responsible for many pleasures. Sweet-tongued talk has the power of healing and pleasuring as nothing else does. Silver tongued are those people who with smartalecky talk can worm their way into hearts or through tough situations. Indeed, we are often warned about people who talk too sweetly! For every John Galliano who paved the path to his destruction with the help of an irresponsible tongue, there are many who sweet-talk their path up fanstastic careersComing to animal tongues, a serpentine tongue depicts deceit and untruthfulness, as a serpent's tongue is forked. Human tongues have just one tip, which signifies the unity of truthful speech. It testifies to the fact that there is one truth, but many lies. If a dog's laving tongue is an indication of its loyalty and love for us, we use the poor buffalo's tongue as a delicacy to be savoured. Considered an exotic meat high on nutritional value, buffalo's tongue has also been used by native American Indians as a fly-swatters , or hollowed out for baby shoes!Coming back to more 'palatable' uses of the tongue, tongue-in-cheek humour is widely appreciated while a slip of the tongue can cause acute embarrassment at times. And then of course, tongue twisters have forever been a source of joy. To wind up,

Kimma Youth chief Amir Hamzah Abdul Rajak said the action should be taken against Ambiga for defying the authorities by planning to go ahead with the rally.Kimma' call for the withdrawal of the state award was made in a memorandum submitted to Comptroller of the Royal Household Datuk Shamsul Baharin Hasan at Istana Iskandariah here today.Speaking to reporters after handing over the memorandum, Amir Hamzah claimed that that Ambiga tried to instigate the people, especially youths to take part in an illegal assembly, which could cause chaos and threaten public order.Yesterday, Perkasa, a Malay right wing group also called for Ambiga's datukship to be stripped.The Constitution of India is acknowledged by social commentators as an evolutionary, all-encompassing and exhaustive elemental building block of our democratic State-in-being. It is the backbone of India's policy, administration, civic structure, social governance and progressive drive. It is the Union's Bible; perhaps the only sacrosanct documental reference for the architects of India. The Constitution of India abolishes untouchabilityA week ago, a 17-year-old boy, K Vinith visited a temple to get sacred ash for his sister, who was expecting her class X exam result. His sister passed the exam without the ash, with a competitive grade. Vinith, however, was beaten up by the priest of the temple- for daring to do the unthinkable – entering the 'holy' precincts, even as he is an 'outcast'. This incident happened in south India. But, when it comes to casteism, the warring parochial pockets of India, suddenly, become a united country. Caste discrimination is an injustice that cannot redeem itself unless we are ready to amend the basis of our religious ideology.We all know. We don't care. Not unless we need to agitate against reservation or snarl at rupee-garland toting Behenjis in power- carved in stone and utter opulence, and so far removed from those they are supposed to represent. They are not people – they are the vote bank. Those in power are not representatives. They are aberrations.The representative is the boy who cannot choose his God, or his place of worship, or his occupation, or his path. If the fundamental rights enshrined in the constitution are alien to him – it is because he has been alienated. Right to equality, to freedom, right against exploitation…are useless, when what he is fighting for is the right to be…The Constitution of India was drafted upon independence by India's first Law Minister- an educated, modern visionary. He was a Dalit. His treatise on the subject doesn't need amendment.  He included equality for all. Vinith and I are equals.Vinith isn't untouchable, his God is. The temple that closes its doors to the devout is. The priest with perverted ritualistic pedigree is. The religion that thrives on highbrow clique is. The society that shuns a social cause for a political agenda is. The sacred ash that reduces the divine to dust is. Ganga is, Kashi is, Puri is.  We are. 

Rally Bersih sudah 'international' pula

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 09:21 AM PDT

Rally anjuran Bersih akan secara serentak juga diadakan di negara-negara lain pada 9hb Julai ini. Malaysian Insider melapurkan yang rally tersebut akan di adakan di Osaka, Seoul, Melbourne, Sydney, New York, Los Angeles dan California.

Rakyat Malaysia yang menetap di negara-negara tersebut telah bersetuju untuk bersama-sama mengadakan rally tersebut dan kebanyakan dari mereka itu telah tampil secara sukarela untuk bersama-sama menganjurkan rally tersebut pada hari yang sama.di tempat dan bandar mereka tinggal.

Di bandar-bandar tersebut tidak ada pula mereka dicegah dan tidak pula rakyat di sana merungut kerana menjejaskan perniagaan mereka. Di sini berbagai-bagai macam alasan yang dibuat untuk mengelakan rally ini di adakan termasuk lah alasan yang rally itu akan menjejaskan perniagaan di tempat rally itu di adakan.

Malahan ada pihak yang berbohong yang rally anjuran Bersih pada tahun 2007 dahulu telah menjejaskan perniagaan peniaga-peniaga selama 6 bulan. Bagaimana peniagaan boleh terjejas selama 6 bulan itu tidaklah saya tahu bagaimana ianya jadi begitu. Alasan yang lain termasuklah ianya akan menjejaskan pelaburan asing negara.

Di Thailand rakyatnya telah berdemonstrasi selama hampir 6 bulan tetapi Thailand tetap merupakan negara yang paling banyak pelabur-pelabur asing datang untuk melabur; jauh lebih tinggi dari negara kita yang jarang-jarang rakyatnya berdemonstrasi. Pada tahun-tahun yang akhir-akhir ini Malaysia hanya mampu untuk menyaingi negara Myanmar sahaja dari segi penglibatan pelabur asing.

Saya bukan penggalak demonstrasi jalanan, tetapi saya tidak dapat menerima alasan-alasan yang diberikan tadi kerana ianya menampakan sangat yang kita diberikan alasan-alasan yang hanya kanak-kanak sahaja yang mungkin mempercayainya.

Bersih telah memberikan jaminan yang rally itu merupakan rally yang aman dan jika berlaku perkara yang tidak di ingini ianya bukan datangnya dari pihak Bersih. Malahan Bersih telah meminta semua pihak termasuk parti-parti dalam BN untuk menyertainya untuk mendesak pihak berwajib yang mengendalikan pilihanraya melaksanakan PRU dengan lebih adil dan telus. Jika pilihanraya dilakukan dengan adil ianya akan menjadikan negara kita lebih diyakini oleh rakyat negara dan masyarakat antarabangsa kerana mandat yang di dapati itu adalah mandat yang legitimate.

Yang menyangkutkan Bersih dalam isu ini hanyalah permit dari pihak Polis. Yang lainnya Bersih telah memberikan tujuan dan matlamat rally ini di adakan dan Bersih juga meminta parti-parti dalam BN untuk bersama. Bagi saya BN patut menuruti apa yang dilakukan oleh Bersih kerana kita mesti bersedia untuk menjadi pembangkang dalam keadaan sekarang ini.

Jika tidak di adakan sistem yang adil maka BN sendiri akan menghadapi masalah jika komponen ini di letakan oleh rakyat untuk mengambil 'role' sebagai pembangkang selepas PRU ini. Seandainya BN menjadi pembangkang maka sistem yang tidak adil ini akan diguna pakai oleh parti alternatif apabila mendapat mandat rakyat. Justru apa yang ingin dilihat oleh Bersih ini ialah untuk menjaga setiap pihak tidak akan tertekan dengan sistem pilihanraya yang tidak adil.

Bersih sebagaimana yang saya tulis dalam posting-posting yang lalu mempunyai tujuan yang betul. Itu sebabnya Bersih telah memohon untuk mendapatkan permit dari pihak Polis untuk menunjukan manifestasi rakyat sebenarnya. Tetapi pihak berkuasa merasakan yang tuntutan Bersih ini akan memberikan lonjakan yang kuat terhadap pembangkang kerana pengalaman yang di alami hasil dari rally Bersih pada tahun 2007 yang lalu.

Tuduhan terhadap Bersih memihak kepada pembangkang itu nampaknya dimainkan dengan sepenuhnya oleh pihak yang berkuasa, sedangkan Ambiga sendiri telah memberi amaran kepada Anwar Ibrahim supaya tidak masuk campur dalam urusan rally ini. Bersih telah menyatakan dengan jelas yang semua pihak dijemput termasuk BN untuk menjayakan rally ini.

BN mengambilnya sebagai rally yang ditakuti mereka akan memihak kepada pembangkang. Malahan dengan reaksi negatif pihak berkuasa itu dengan otomatiknya rally ini dianggap sebagai urusan pihak pembangkang. Itulah sebabnya blog ini telah menyatakan acapkali yang advantage yang diperolehi oleh pembangkang itu diberikan sendiri oleh pihak parti yang berkuasa.

Reaksi negatif yang ditunjukan oleh BN itu secara terus dan direct telah menambahkan sokongan ramai terhadap Bersih samada rally itu benar-benar akan berlaku atau mampu digagalkan oleh pihak yang berkuasa.

Dengan peranan yang sama-sama dimainkan oleh rakyat Malaysia diluar negara untuk menganjurkan rally di negara-negara permastautin mereka itu akan memberikan 'advantage' kepada pihak pembangkang. Dengan keadaan ini ianya memberikan tekanan yang begitu kuat kepada pihak yang memerintah kerana penganjuran rally yang sama oleh Bersih untuk rakyat Malaysia di sana akan menjadi tumpuan masyarakat antarabangsa pula.

Apabila perkara ini berlaku saya bersama dengan pandangan yang tidak kurang banyaknya dari mereka yang menyalahkan pihak ketiga seperti Perkasa dan kenyataan pemimpin-pemimpin yang berkuasa yang terlalu lancang menempelak pihak NGO seperti Bersih ini. Berjaya menyalahkan Bersih bukan bermakna kita telah berjaya matlamat membenamkan pemikiran rakyat. Yang ingin dilihat oleh rakyat yang ramai ialah kebijaksanaan atau pun 'wisdom' impinan yang berkuasa memberikan reaksi kepada rancangan Bersih menganjurkan rally ini.

Apabila ditolak dan dicampur ramai berpendapat pembangkang telah mendapat lonjakan sokongan secara percuma hasil dari lonjak dan tari pihak ketiga seperti Perkasa dan lain-lain. Kata-kata 'kerana lonjak koyak ketayap di kepala' itu sudah menjadi kenyataan. Kita tidak akan mampu untuk mengawal perasaan orang ramai kerana mereka adalah manusia yang mempunyai pemikiran yang berbeza dalam satu-satu isu.

Kita tidak boleh mengawal pemikiran manusia seperti kita mengawal kambing yang boleh direbankan mengikut kehendak hati kita sahaja. Oleh kerana sebegitu lama diyakini kita telah begitu ketagih dengan sokongan membuta tuli tanpa soal dari rakyat. Apabila kita dipersoalkan oleh mereka yang selama ini menyokong tanpa soal, kita menjadi mengelabah dan tidak ada yang bersikap 'magnanimous' termasuk Menteri Dalam Negeri sendiri.

Inilah jadinya jika kita lawan api dengan api. Sepatutnya kita lawan api dengan air yang sejuk untuk memadamkan kepanasan api tadi. Pihak kita yang sedang berkuasa hanya pandai mengugut kerana itulah senjata yang digunakan sejak dulu hingga sekarang. Tetapi saya tahu pandangan saya ini akan dibidas oleh mereka yang malas berfikir atau yang tidak tahu untuk berfikir. Tetapi itu tidak mengapa bagi saya.

Bidaslah sekendak hati. Kebenaran akan zahir juga akhirnya.

The Home Minister and the UMNO mistress Khairy hold the key to Najib’s “Deathtrap. …

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 08:06 AM PDT

Hisham makes Bersih illegal but leaves Ibrahim Ali alone
The Home Minister finally speaks and it is not the announcement everyone has been waiting for. Not only did he ban the Bersih rally by refusing to grant its organisers a permit, he sinisterly called them to the the Bukit Aman headquarters for a grilling.
This has upset many civil society leaders, who are not part of the Bersih movement, although they support the principles of the rally, which basically is a call to Malaysians to insist that Prime Minister Najib Razak ensures free and fair elections.
"By refusing to issue a permit is to make it illegal. So to punish those who take part is very unfair. Why should the permit be withheld in the first place? By doing so, the government will be seen as forcing the people to take part in an illegal activity," Ramon Navaratnem, past president of Transparency International told Malaysia Chronicle.
"My advice is to let the rally proceed. This is the people's fundamental right under the Constitution. Sure, there will be trouble and crowd control will be tough. But that is the job of the police. Let them do it. Everyone has their role to play in our society. The rakyat or populace, the NGOs, the government and the police."
But to Hishammuddin Hussein, the Home Minister who is also Najib's cousin, the Bersih rally is 'evil'. He tried to show he is fair by not only banning Bersih but also Malay rights group Perkasa and the UMNO Youth. However he only drew criticism as both Perkasa and UMNO Youth are linked to his political party UMNO. He further insists that his priority is the safety of the people.
"My statement today is that all three parties will not be granted permits to gather on that date. I am saying that categorically, all three of them will not get it. I have already stated that immediate action must be taken on this matter and police will call all parties involved because although we have said that we are not going to grant them permits, the statements from Perkasa, UMNO Youth or Bersih, indicate that they plan to proceed," Hisham said on Wednesday.
Behind the shadow-play of Hisham's words

"If this democracy faces its greatest peril from someone, it is from the tyranny of the unelected and the unelectable" – 
No man is good enough to govern another man without that other's consent. Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865)
Piranhas are known to be extremely ferocious predators. They also have another important role to play in the ecological set up within which they operate, they are expert scavengers too. No longer are the Piranhas confined to the Amazon basin, they exist in plenty in our own country. They manage, they lead and they raise their ugly heads and devour the small minnows in a hapless fashion in order to satiate their voracious appetite. And just in case the small minnows decide to come together to tackle the giant piranhas, then the minnows get attacked by a school of cannibalistic piranhas. The minnows are helpless and face the brunt of the bloody aggression, either they retreat timidly or continue to bleed slowly. But can this be changed? Can the minnows fight the Piranhas? The Piranhas believe they cannot.readmore  

Lalang déjà vu?

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 07:52 AM PDT

Déjà vu!

In 1987 the nation was facing rising political tension with racial issues embedded. The situation was tinder dry with clowns pouring paraffin onto piles of kindle.

The issue?

Protests against the government's decision to send non-Mandarin qualified principals to Chinese vernacular schools.

Guess who was the (UMNO) Education Minister? Wakakaka!

There was bipartisan political support against the Education Ministry's decision, but alas, this was where the racial element supposedly crept in - the bipartisan stand against the Education Ministry were from the Chinese-based party MCA and mainly Chinese-based Gerakan, both part of the ruling party BN, and the opposition DAP, a party demon-ized for years by UMNO and thus perceived as a Chinese party by Malays.

Gathering at a KL Chinese temple together with Dong Jiao Zong (Chinese educationists & parents association) they vociferously voiced their anger and disagreement with what they saw as the Education Minister's ulterior motive to weaken the leadership and administration of the Chinese vernacular schools. They threatened to boycott the vernacular schools for 3 days, though this specific threat was subsequently withdrawn.

However, the choice of a Chinese temple as a venue for the protesting parties was most unfortunate because it provided justification for then-PM Dr Mahathir's to conduct pre-emptive arrests. He subsequently alluded to the Chinese gathering at Thian Hou Temple in KL as a Shaolin-type rebellion against the central (Qing) government.

While he didn't mention the word 'Shaolin' wakakaka, every Chinese Malaysian understood what he meant when he said (as I was told), words to the effect, the history of Chinese groups gathering at a Chinese temple to protest against the government, has shown this to be dangerous for the authority.

How did Dr Mahathir know about the history of Shaolin? Maybe he was informed by his Chinese (or SB Chinese specialist) advisors, or maybe he was a closeted Chinese kungfu movie fan wakakaka.

In typical Malaysian political jaguh (heroic) fashion, an intrinsic characteristic of our ethnocentric political culture, UMNO Youth responded with a planned mass counter-rally. Someone declared he wanted his keris to be dripping with Chinese blood.

The rest is history, which saw Ops Lalang launched.

Now, what did I say at the very beginning of this post?

Déjà vu!

Yup, the political situation today is not unlike that in September 1987, with the tinder dry escalating political tension, racism at its worst, a protest (Bersih) is planned, a counter protest by a favoured party (Good Lord, it's the same one though with a devolved name), the keris is implied by someone telling the Chinese to stock up with emergency food, etc etc. Three names involved in 1987 are still with us today, namely Najib, Anwar and Dr Mahathir.

Ops Lalang II?

If that comes about, make a guess who'll be eating nasi kamunting, some perhaps for a second time under a new Lalang sweep?


Posted: 23 Jun 2011 06:42 AM PDT

You just can't believe everything you read in the mainstream media.
I was at the Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall last Sunday for the launch of Bersih 2.0. I find it incredulous that reporters covering the same event can come up with different interpretations of the event. Some chose to omit certain details to give a misleading picture of what actually took place.
Datuk Ambiga speaking to reporters before the official launch of Bersih 2.0 .
Invitations were sent out to all major political parties, including those from the ruling party Barisan National (BN) as well as from the Opposition parties. The front row seats were reserved for them. However, none of the BN component parties sent representatives. It's misleading to say that the Bersih 2.0 launch was an Opposition sponsored event. It seemed to be so only because the BN had obviously boycotted the launch, while the opposition turned up in large numbers. A pity, as BN could have made use of the platform given to each representative to make known their party's stand on the need for electoral reforms.

Do these two ladies shown above with Bersih 2.0 organizing chairperson Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan look like troublemakers?
Many of my friends who supported Bersih 2.0's demands were afraid to turn up at the launch because they were worried that political activists would be out in full force to create mayhem. In actual fact, the crowd was made up of people of all ages, races and walks of life. There was a family with their young daughter sitting behind me. There were grey-haired retirees like me everywhere I looked, and youths too, especially from the universities and colleges.

Perkasa members reportedly burned and stamped on photographs of Bersih chairman Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan on Sunday. Its leaflets have depicted Datuk Ambiga, a former president of the Malaysian Bar, as a 'dangerous Hindu woman' and a threat to Malay Muslims. (Source: Straits Times 21 June 2011)
This is the real troublemaker - Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali. He made a thinly-veiled threat about possible racial riots breaking out if Bersih's rally on July 9 went ahead as scheduled. He warned the Chinese to stock up on food supplies as "anything can happen" on the day. The following day he said his statement was twisted by the online press. He was merely 'advising' the Chinese. His group Gerak Aman is also planning to hold a "Peace March" on the same day. Bersih has repeatedly said their rally would be a peaceful "Walk for Democracy". If both groups have assured the public that their respective rally will be 'peaceful', why should Ibrahim, or anyone for that matter, expect trouble?

Ibrahim was also quoted as saying "When there are protests, I don't see the Chinese joining in. They never take part in street demonstrations. The clash is between Malays and Malays." (The Sun 22 June). Well, the NGOs that turned up at the launch to pledge their support and participate in the rally were of various ethnicity. Among them were the Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall, OHMSI (a Christian-based group) and The Tamil Foundation. All have promised to send their members to the rally on 9 July. For a list of the NGOs supporting Bersih 2.0, visit their website.

Opposition MP Nurul Izzah takes the mike to pledge support for Bersih 2.0. Behind her are representatives of various NGOs. PAS has said 100,000 of their members would be at the rally.
MP Nurul Izzah Anwar was present at the launch, but her father was nowhere in sight. Datuk Ambiga in her speech pointed out that the decision to hold the rally was made by Bersih, not Anwar. She made it very clear that Anwar had no authority to speak or make decisions on Bersih's behalf. So don't believe everything you read in the papers about Datuk Ambiga being Anwar's stooge, or that he is using Bersih 2.0 as a ploy to further his political agenda.

The rally is much more than just a call for electoral reforms. Here are Bersih 2.0's eight demands:

1. Clean the electoral roll.
2. Reform postal ballot.
3. Use of indelible ink.
4. Minimum 21 days campaign period.
5. Free and fair access to media.
6. Strengthen public institutions
7. Stop corruption.
8. Stop dirty politics.

Nothing racial or political in these demands. No right-thinking Malaysian would object to any of these eight demands. At the launch the audience was shown a video that gave proof of vote-buying and vote-rigging during the recently concluded elections in Sarawak.


The right to assemble peacefully is enshrined in our constitution. If you can't be at the rally, but would like to show your support for these eight demands, wear something yellow or carry something yellow as you go about your daily routine on 9 July. There will be simultaneous rallies in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Osaka, Seoul, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, with more cities being added as the countdown to the rally continues. The world will be watching via the major TV news network. Let the world see that Malaysians are capable of holding peaceful street protests to demand fair and clean elections.

Ustaz cilik ~ Mudah2an selamat membesar menjadi mujahid! Amin!

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 06:38 AM PDT

Masya Allah! Terhibur hati saya melihat si abang tekun mengajar adiknya belajar mengaji Muqaddam. 

Sungguh comel anak anak kecil ini dua beradik sedang berusaha mempelajari ilmu mengaji!

Amat bertuah ibubapa mereka ini!

Marilah kita bersama sama mendoakan anak anak kecil ini berjaya didalam kehidupan mereka.

Amin. Ya Rabbal Alamin.

Hisham: Malaysia will benefit

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 03:31 AM PDT

Meanwhile, Hishammuddin defended the refugee swap deal between Malaysia and Australia, saying it could become a model for cross-border cooperation in dealing with human trafficking and terrorism. The minister said whichever way the issue is viewed, Malaysia will benefit from the deal as the country will send over 4000 illegal immigrants to Australia, who in turn will only send over 800 refugees. He noted that both the Malaysian and Australian governments agreed to the swap deal as it is one way to take the fight to human traffickers and terrorists, who constantly take advantage of migrants. "If this is done well without polemics and it becoming politicised, this would be a very good model for other hotspot areas in the world," he said. Full story: Camera: Amir Abdullah Editing: Tan Jiun Wuu
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Ambiga death threat: Hisham orders police probe

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 03:17 AM PDT

Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein today said he will order an immediate police probe into a death threat against Bersih 2.0 chief S Ambiga in connection with the group's planned mass rally on July 9. He said the threat, which was sent through SMS to several Bersih 2.0 members and journalists late last night and early this morning, must be taken "very seriously". Full story: Camera: Amir Abdullah Editing: Tan Jiun Wuu
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Bar Council backs all July 9 rallies, raps Hisham

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 02:32 AM PDT

The Bar Council said freedom of assembly is an essential right for a democracy and is thus backing three groups intending to rally on July 9. Bar Council chairperson Lim Chee Wee said freedom of assembly was also protected under Article 10 of the Federal Constitution and the authorities should take heed of this. He said that Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein should not be clamping down on the rallies, reminding him that his grandfather Onn Jaafar had also once taken to the streets in the name of democracy. "It should be recalled that it was the United Malays National Organisation led by Onn Jaafar, the then-president of Umno, who is the grandfather of our present Home Minister, which led the public to the streets nationwide to protest the setting-up of the Malayan Union. Full story: Camera/Editing: Tan Jiun Wuu
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DAP “Speechless….ATHEIST OK Bah.!!”

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 02:26 AM PDT

The country's civil servants are now taking the brunt of politicians and general public at large from trying to push their message across in terms of scholarships,race and religion.

Malaysians have grown up no doubt and while we grow up they will be many obstacles which the country will faced.  Some good laws, some obsolete laws while some needs to be revised and looked into by our parliamentarians and state legislators. 50 years for a country to put everything in order is indeed a very short time.

Not all things will be fair to the naked eye but obviously the people who implement and deliver what the policy holders deliberate must also know that there are a lot of 'sensitive issues which must be dealt with amicably".

Malaysia is a multi racial,multi cultural and multi religious country where Malays,Chinese,Indians,Kedazans,Ibans and other ethnic races live together and surely they will be differences but we accept that we need to live peacefully in accordance with the Federal constitution. If we move slightly away from its origin


We are not about to lecture the DAP on this issue but we need to address this issue by angling it correctly instead of politiking on it.  Yea,DAP is a political party we know and without a doubt its like scoring points 1 Up to the gallery. We all know too you are doing your job by publicising it but one must remember this is a highly sensitive issue.

Lets take up my case and see whether I make sense or not. We all were young once,brash,radical rebellious and at times uncontrollable. I do come from a staunch Catholic background and when we were young we followed everything our parents threw at us in accordance to our faith and the many no no's which are 'blasphemy' if we break them. I confessed my sins every month without failed. If I did not I imagined I will be attacked by the "devil and his followers"

Religious festivals,prayers were all kept in checked. Sunday Masses were a must and all attempts were made not to miss them. When the boy grew up thats me coming from overseas the boy changed to a man and started questioning. I stopped going to church on Sundays and even had a good 'three hours session being lectured" with my uncle who was parish priest  of St Josephs at that time in 1984. He is still a Priest but now the Parish priest of Blessed Sacrement BDC in Kuching Sarawak. (you have my permission to asks him) At the end of the blistering and hard counselling I was given a chance to speak.

I said to him in front of my dad. Why should I go to Church? It doesn't make me any holier than thou.? I also said Why was I not given a choice of religion? Why was I baptise to the faith? Then I could see the anger and the astonishment from their eyes.

My dad replied," Oh Yeah, when you are born if we know you are going to be like that we might as well save the money spent on milk for a better purpose(Want to know the exact words.We might just as well KILL YOU or starve you and leave you for DEAD. no need to waste the duit susu  ).See whether you could be like what you are today" Today I see it. Our parents wants the bests for us. They can give us a religion to follow but in the end its up to us to CONTINUE PRACTISING IT. We have our own choices but its up to us.

As for the DAP Komtar assemblyman he is trying to do the bests for his child but it could be a genuine mistake and it also could be put right by seeing the officer in charge. We also do not know what really transpire between him and the NRD clerk on duty. Do you know what actually happen..?? Was the CCTV on??

I must say when I changed my IC earlier this year I tested the NRD lady. Of course I was cheeky and naughty and she took it. She was putting the RACE in my IC I said," Rojak.. she said,"cannot come I said mixed blood so I put Sino/Melanau.  She changed to Chinese so I took it eventhough my name had an extra name behind( ….. curious dbl click here)

{The only reason why I changed my old IC was that the immigration officer in Sabah when I entered say this is the last time we allow you to use the old IC and now we have Mycard.

I have a tendency to love to go against the system to tests it fully and I was reminded by the former Home Minister who said,"we can still use the old IC until such time it outlived its usage and will be obsolete. I remember telling the officer I am after all a Malaysian with or without a Mycard. He accepted and after trying my luck in and out of Sabah a number of times it I might just run out of LUCK and I could be turned back to Sarawak for reasons like being a ' bad element/hat". So I became a good boy again. Really…!!!  :p

Next it came to Religion I put ATHEIST . { One who disbelieves or denies the existence of God or gods} She said sure or not and I said alright. She doubled checked everything before she put into the system and I asks her NICELY AND COURTEOUSLY boleh kah repeat?

I said not Atheist but a Catholic. I have a choice to lie and should even have capitalised on the system if I wanted while the little girl had no choice.Parents up and down the country will no doubt look into this matter now more seriously and carefully.

To be Speechless I don't think so. Stand up and be Corrected.Help and assists to put it right more like it YB. We have already told you that Malaysia is still very much a young country and we need to help our civil service at times too. The laws that govern the country can be put right through the proper channels and through the Legislative houses i.e in Parliament.  The laws might be outdated and thats why you are in position to asks your colleagues in Parliament to do something about it. We told Hannah Yeoh your Selangor DAP YB too and the same goes for you.


WE HEAR YOU…………..    

Below:-The internet portal article which has created a STIR  but the Bersih 2.0 rally on the 9th July 2011 seems to have overshadowed it all.

More cases of rejected attempts by parents to register their children with the National Registration Department as 'Anak Malaysia' have poured in.

NONEThe latest case is that of Komtar assemblyperson Ng Wei Aik (right), who was dealt the same fate as his counterpart in Kuala Lumpur Hannah Yeoh yesterday when he registered the birth of his second daughter Ng Caryn.

Caryn, born on June 11, was registered by her parents as "Anak Malaysia" for race and "Belum Ada (none yet)" for religion.

But when the official birth certificate was issued to Ng, the two sections were written as "Chinese" for race and "Buddha" for religion.

Ng, who is political secretary to the Penang chief minister, is "speechless" that the NRD, without consultation and without his approval, has chosen the race and religion of his own child.

Rather than blaming the officer, Ng targetted his complaint squarely at NRD's rigid system, expressing disbelief that his child was "ordained" a Buddhist when he clearly stated that she does not yet have a religion.

He was equally upset that Chinese was chosen as the child's race instead of Anak Malaysia.

"Why should she decide this for me? This is a serious matter…why we cannot have a choice for our own children, to register them as Anak Malaysia without a religion yet," he said.

"This is the spirit of 1Malaysia and should be encouraged. Our future generation should have the liberty and freedom to decide their own race and religion," he added.

Appealing against NRD's 'unethical act'

Responding to a Malaysiakini article yesterday highlighting that the NRD issued birth certificates without the ethnicity of the child between 1996 and 2000, Ng said it was not necessary to state those two elements.

The issue of ethnicity in birth certificate registration and other official forms was raised after Yeoh, Subang Jaya MP, failed to register her daughter's race as 'Anak Malaysia' earlier this month.

Like in Ng's case, the NRD officer rejected the parents' request and chose 'Chinese' as the race of their daughter Shay Adora Ram.

The NRD has clarified that the race of the child must stem from either parent in a mixed marriage and that no 'mixed-race' registration is allowed.

Though he recognizes that he is ethnically Chinese, Ng still thinks he should be given the choice to select his own race as Anak Malaysia.

He said he was appealing against the "unethical act" of the NRD officer who, when asked, told him that a child must be registered according to the father's or mother's race and religion.

"Our system is outdated and corrupt until there is no flexibility for us to decide our own faith and religion," he said.

"I do not want to force my future generation to follow my race and religion…I do not want them to be like (those) who did not have a choice before" he added.

Dewan Muslimat Akan Buat Laporan kepada Mahkamah Syariah Terhadap Utusan Malaysia Besok 24 June 2011

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 02:10 AM PDT

NOTA EDITOR: Tulang Besi baru dapat email dari Dewan Muslimat. Tulang Besi cadangkan ramai-ramai kita membanjiri Pejabat JAWI berhadapan Masjid Negara besok jam 0900 pagi sebagai menunjukkan sikap benci kita terhadap tindakan Utusan Malaysia yang biadap terhadap Utusan Malaysia.


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Dengan segala hormat,

Ketua Dewan Muslimat PAS Pusat, YB Siti Zailah Mohd Yusuf, menjemput semua wartawan dan juga blogger untuk hadir ke sidang media berikut

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Peniaga Bazar Tok Guru Minta Maaf. Kickdefella Tercungap-Cungap

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 12:24 AM PDT

NOTA EDITOR: Mari kita ramai-ramai tunggu respon dari KICKDEFELLA yang telah bertubi-tubi menggunakan isu Bazaar Tok Guru untuk menyerang Tok Guru Nik Aziz sebelum ini.
Seharusnya Kickdefella pun turut minta maaf seperti peniaga-peniaga di bawah.
Peniaga mohon maaf pada kerajaan negeri

21 Rejab 1432H. [MOD] -

KOTA BHARU, 23 Jun: "Saya bagi pihak Persatuan Peniaga Pasar Lama MPKB memohon maaf kepada kerajaan negeri di bawah kepimpinan YAB Tuan Guru Datuk Haji Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat, yang mana silap laku saya itu saya mohon maaf," demikian pengakuan mohon maaf secara terbuka Pengerusi Persatuan Peniaga Pasar Lama MPKB, Abdul Salim Ahmad.

Berucap pada sidang media sempena Majlis Pengundian Bazar Tok Guru oleh pada peniaga Majlis Perbandaranan Kota Bharu Bandar Raya Islam (MPKB-BRI) di Dewan Jubli Perak MPKB di sini semalam, Salim mendakwa sekiranya beliau telah bertindak kasar dan agresif sebelum ini, maka itu adalah sebagai tuntutan daripada ahli persatuannya.

Sehubungan itu beliau menyeru kepada ahli persatuan serta para peniaga umumnya agar berprasangka baik dengan pihak kerajaan negeri.

Beliau berharap selepas ini, pihak persatuan dan para peniaga berbaik-baik dengan pihak kerajaan negeri dan para pegawainya.

"Berbaik-baik dan jangan salah sangka kepada pimpinan kerajaan negeri dan para pegawainya yang telah banyak membantu kita khususnya dalam segi pemilihan lot-lot gerai di Bazar Tok Guru.

"Kini ada jalan penyelesaian, dan kita pun jemu dah dengan keadaan semasa, berarak sana, berarak sini. Saya sebagai pengerusi persatuan, maka setakat inilah perjuangan saya bersama ahli-ahli saya.

"Saya terimalah mandat kerajaan negeri, dan kita tidak akan bincang (memanjangkan) lagi cerita kita ini," katanya sambil menyifatkan keputusan pihak kerajaan negeri yang meluluskan dibuang sebanyak 26 gerai dengan nilaian lebih RM2 juta sebagai 'kebajikan laluan' di bazar itu adalah sebagai pengorbanan kepada para peniaga berkenaan.

"Ini bermakna, tidak terkiralah pengorbanan kerajaan negeri kepada peniaga-peniaga kita, alhamdulillah," katanya.

Sementara itu, Ketua Pegawai Operasi Perbadanan Menteri Besar Kelantan (PMBK) Sanusi Osman dalam satu kenyataan media berkata, seramai 230 peniaga telah diundang hari ini (22 Jun 2011) bagi menjalani proses pengundian petak perniagaan di tingkat bawah Bazar Tok Guru di Jalan Sultan Ibrahim di sini.

Sementara proses menandatangani perjanjian jual beli akan diselesaikan selewat-lewatnya pada 28 Jun ini dan serahan milikan kosong akan dilaksanakan sebelum 1 Julai.

"Seramai 326 peniaga dijangka dapat memulakan perniagaan di Bazar Tok Guru pada 1 Julai 2011," katanya.

Will Temily come back home?

Posted: 22 Jun 2011 05:20 AM PDT

My Dua Sen | Ep 7: Will Temily come back home? China. India. Global juggernauts and ancient civilisations who will soon retake the world! But Malaysia has no need to fear the two titans, because we have the Chindian community. Imagine the comparative advantage. For those who came in late, Chindians, as we fondly call them, are the offspring of Malaysians of nominally Chinese and Indian descent. Temily Tianmay Jaya Gopan was born in Malaysia. Her father, is classified in official documents as "Indian" and her mother, is "Chinese". She is currently reading journalism at the University of Hong Kong, which has given her a scholarship. At the posh surroundings of Sri Ananda Bhavan restaurant in Bangsar Utama, My Dua Sen asks her about being Chindian, the hoohah over the race of Hannah Yeoh's baby and where in the world bright young things can find a home, if not where they were born. Take note, Talent Corporation: Temily says that the brain-drain faced by Malaysia is compounded by a love-drain. Will Temily come back home? Video by Indrani Kopal
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Meet Temily

Posted: 22 Jun 2011 05:18 AM PDT

My Dua Sen | Ep 6: Meet Temily China. India. Global juggernauts and ancient civilisations who will soon retake the world! But Malaysia has no need to fear the two titans, because we have the Chindian community. Imagine the comparative advantage. For those who came in late, Chindians, as we fondly call them, are the offspring of Malaysians of nominally Chinese and Indian descent. Temily Tianmay Jaya Gopan was born in Malaysia. Her father, is classified in official documents as "Indian" and her mother, is "Chinese". She is currently reading journalism at the University of Hong Kong, which has given her a scholarship. At the posh surroundings of Sri Ananda Bhavan restaurant in Bangsar Utama, My Dua Sen asks her about being Chindian, the hoohah over the race of Hannah Yeoh's baby and where in the world bright young things can find a home, if not where they were born. Take note, Talent Corporation: Temily says that the brain-drain faced by Malaysia is compounded by a love-drain. Will Temily come back home? Video by Indrani Kopal
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RCI head: Agong to decide if report to be made public

Posted: 22 Jun 2011 12:35 AM PDT

Only the Agong can decide whether the report by the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) into the death of DAP political aide Teoh Beng Hock can be made public. Panel head James Foong said this after submitting the RCI's 124-page report to the Agong at his palace this morning. Another copy will be submitted to the Prime Minister's Office in Putrajaya this afternoon. The five panel members presented their findings at 10.30am to Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin, who had a 30-minute audience with them. The RCI commenced gathering evidence from Feb 14, 2011 and ended its proceedings on May 18, 2011. A total of 70 witnesses testified, and 19200 notes of proceedings were recorded, said Foong. Full story: Camera/Editing: Tan Jiun Wuu
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Bersih 2.0 — is there a third alternative? - The Malaysian Insider

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 12:13 AM PDT

JUNE 23 — Bersih 2.0 is scheduled for July 9 in the KL city centre. Even now supporters are rallying people to take part. The news has gone viral; many are excited.

At the other end, Perkasa wants to retaliate by having a counter-rally with its own supporters. It is talking about a face-off to see who has the bigger group, perhaps who can shout the loudest. Both parties want to prove a point. Both parties have their right, although I see more sense if Perkasa were to organise its rally on another day, another time.

Meanwhile, a number of police reports have been made by business owners and NGOs opposing the demonstration.

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