Friday, June 17, 2011




Posted: 17 Jun 2011 11:44 AM PDT

Barua BN

Sedangkan dalam Alquran, dengan jelas Allah SWT berfirman:

Self-determination can be described as the ability of individuals and groups to be able to enjoy the values of life, prosperity, freedom, and human dignity. Self-determination means to define one's own destiny; and is especially effective when involving the younger generation, the empowerment of women, and the economically disenfranchised.
Since the 19th century, the idea of self-determination has been applied to the building of nation states, and in the second half of the 20th century it has often been used in response to colonialization. However, a new definition of self-determination is evolving in the second decade of the 21st century inspired by current events in North Africa and the Middle East described as the 'Arab Spring.'
Struggles in Egypt, Bahrain, Syria, and Yemen can and should be considered expressions of this new form of self-determination — not necessarily with its traditionally understood state-shattering character but with the objective to make the people's voices heard and renovate the nation within the existing boundaries.
Talk of the role of religion within these movements has largely been framed in negative terms. Yet religion has an important role to play in these self-determination movements and religious leaders and communities should be part of any international policy calculations towards the region.
Religion gets to the core of who people are and aspire to be. The term religion is a stand in for the striving of an ultimate realization, enlightenment, or union with the will of the Divine. It involves ideas, but also action. Religion is never abstract, it is always very specific and consists of a dynamic combination of moving parts, both seen and unseen, that animate individuals, communities and nations. For that reason religion becomes an even more powerful factor when discussing self determination.
Even the term 'self-determination' has to be modified as religious people may understand the movement of their life not as self-determined but rather as co-determined with God's will. Religious commitments recommend what is worth struggling for, sustain the endurance of a people in their efforts, provide a prolonged sense of eternal rather than temporal time, and form a cost/benefit analysis which includes an ultimate sacrifice as worthy of the ultimate reward.
When speaking of religion's influence on self-determination we can say that instead of religion being an opiate, it functions like an amphetamine.
Religion can be important within cultural or national identity as it involves a transcendent or ultimate value. Religious identity not only affirms a core connection with the tenets of the faith, but also a Divine sanction of that identity and all those that hold it. Religious identity can be a source of communal and national cohesion, but it can also trigger disconnect with people who do not share the same faith identity, and thereby the same connection with the Divine.
We should recognize that all countries have religious histories that are either implicitly or explicitly tied in with their current character. India, Pakistan, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Iran, and most recently Sudan, are vivid examples. But the United States and the member states of the European Union also have their unique religious DNA that informs how they will manage questions of national allegiance, as well as the best ways to incorporate people of other faith commitments within their borders.
The role of religion complicates self-determination efforts as it both includes and excludes. International relations come into play as outside powers may feel compelled to become involved within the internal religious tensions of another state — particularly when they share religious commitments and/or identity with what they perceive as a persecuted religious minority within a foreign sovereign territory.
In terms of the new form of self-determination in the Middle East, we have both positive and negative examples of the role religion can play. The case of Egypt demonstrates the tenuous possibility that the religious difference between Coptic Christians and Sunni Muslims need not shatter the state, but that both religious communities can be involved in one new national identity that includes their religious traditions. By contrast, Bahrain has seen a movement originally inspired by socio-economic and political concerns devolve into a conflict increasingly defined by religious difference and exacerbated by outside intervention.
It would be a grave mistake for those who seek to encourage peaceful change in the region to ignore the powerful role that religion can play — both as a means of reconciliation or disintegration.


Seatbelt 'offender' lodges complaint at Bukit Aman

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 02:26 AM PDT

The bank manager, arrested for not wearing a seat belt, has filed a complaint with the Inspector-General of Police Ismail Omar about his treatment at the hands of a traffic police in Malacca. Adding to the tit-for-tat exchange, 26-year-old Hiew Kok Ming, claimed that he had been very cooperative with the policeman concerned but the latter had 'failed to control his emotions and ego'. "As a result, I was accused with a false report by the policeman and had to stay in the police lock-up for three days," he said. Full story:
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10000 penduduk mahu MRT bawah tanah

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 02:23 AM PDT

Lebih 10000 penduduk Damansara di ibu negara membantah pembinaan keretapi Aliran Transit Massa (MRT) yang membina landasan atas melintasi kawasan kejiranan mereka. Bantahan itu dinyatakan melalui petisyen yang diusahakan oleh Gabungan persatuan penduduk dan rukun tetangga Lembah Klang yang dikumpulkan dalam tempoh tiga bulan terkini. Menariknya mereka tidak menolak terus kemudahan MRT, sebaliknya mahu ia dibina di bawah tanah, seperti yang dilaksanakan di negara maju. Full story:
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Don't Fall For Umno's Charade Over BERSIH 2.0

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 08:22 AM PDT

By Admin

Umno Youth will organise a gathering on July 9 to " strengthen the democratic system" and rival electoral reform group Bersih 2.0's rally on the same day.

Its chief Khairy Jamaluddin said it won't join the Bersih rally, which is also facing a counter-protest by Malay rights group Perkasa.

"Umno Youth will organise a gathering on July 9 to strengthen the democratic system. Won't join Bersih because they have opposition agenda," the Rembau MP wrote in his Twitter microblogging account.

He had earlier chaired an Umno Youth council meeting today.

Police have said it won't issue permits for any rally in the city on that day, when a rock concert featuring Sweet Charity and Blues Gang will be held later that night.

Meanwhile, Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said Friday that Umno Youth will have to face the consequences of their action if they proceed with their intention to hold an illegal rally on July 9.

Hishammuddin, who is also former Umno Youth chief, said nobody was above the law and that they (Umno Youth) would have to deal with the police just like others.

What The Scribe would like to know here is whether Umno Youth is supporting BERSIH 2.0 or is it marching in protest against BERSIH 2.0. The Scribe smells a rat here. This is a little charade made by desperate BN/Umno to confuse the People. We, the Rakyat (People) must not fall for this charade acted out by Hishamuddin and Khairy because birds of a feather flock together.

Anwar pergi Phuket

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 05:55 AM PDT

Baca kisahnya di AIDC sini dan Gelombang Wangsa Maju sini

Islam versus Islamism - a distinction without a difference?

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 05:32 AM PDT

By the Anti Jihadist

When reading anything regarding Islam and Islamic terrorism -- something more and more common nowadays -- it doesn't take long to find references to 'Islamism', 'Islamists', and 'radical Islam', especially in the politically conservative side of the blogosphere. Most often, these words are mentioned when observers and pundits speculate as to the motives of the Muslim men (and sometimes women) who carry out, or attempt to carry out, their various terrorist atrocities. This sort of thinking represents a vast improvement over the usual politically correct narrative, namely that (Islamic) terrorism is caused by some combination of poverty, unemployment, so-called 'Islamophobia', US foreign policy, and the like. However, even if we accept the 'Islamism' explanation for Islamic terrorism, we are still short of a full and complete understanding of the motives of those who carry out this evil.

Here are some typical ways of how conservative commentators mention 'Islamism' and/or 'Islamist':
  • A recent article at American Thinker is entitled "The Egyptian Revolt and Imperial Islamism" (link)
  • "Islamist terror is in fact driven by a vile, totalitarian, hallucinatory ideology - Islamism." (link)
  • "Islamism is an ideology that demands man's complete adherence to the sacred law of Islam and rejects as much as possible outside influence..." (Daniel Pipes)
Daniel Pipes' quote comes from his article "Distinguishing between Islam and Islamism" dated June 30, 1998. Pipes characterizes 'Islamism' as a totalitarian ideology that, at the time of the article was written, ruled three countries (Afghanistan, Iran and Sudan).  He further describes 'Islamism' as a "...huge change from traditional Islam."  To support this assertion, Pipes says that 'traditional Islam' is when a person is committed to personally following 'sacred' laws, whereas 'Islamism' is an ideology geographically delineated in certain countries, and all persons in said jurisdictions are compelled, presumably by an organized central authority, to follow such 'sacred laws'. Pipes' implication here is, 'Islamism' is inherently political, whereas 'traditional Islam' is not.

Yet Saudi Arabia, a nation long noted for its strict adherence to Islamic law, a country which proudly proclaims the Quran as its constitution, is not listed as an 'Islamist' state by Mr. Pipes, at least as of his 1998 article. One might ask, are there any appreciable political or religious differences between Saudi Arabia and Sudan? Both are totalitarian states, with Shariah enshrined as the law of the land.  Both feature tyrannical, non-elected governments. Both employ ruthless religious and lifestyle police apparatuses with sweeping and arbitrary powers of arrest, detention, torture and imprisonment. Both have long-standing, atrocious human rights records. Yet one is characterized by Daniel Pipes as 'Islamist', and not the other. But Saudi Arabia, a nominal US ally, was home of most of the 9-11 terror team, a team which struck at the very heart of the 'Great Satan' in both New York and Washington to commit acts of mass murder, a 'victory' hailed by many Muslims and 'Islamists' alike. Isn't this precisely the sort of violent, aggressive act the very raison d'ĂȘtre of 'Islamism'? 

Pipes' own article discusses how Muslims, in the mere span of a single century, and in accordance with the wishes of their prophet, seized control of a sprawling tract of territory from Spain to India. In other words, the followers of Mohammed built an empire, not only an innate political act, but a quintessentially imperialistic enterprise. When the 'righteously guided' caliphs conquered much of the world, and ruled its conquered peoples with a heavy hand, should this be described as 'Islamism' or 'Islam' in action? Are there in fact any appreciable differences between Islam and Islamism? Along similar lines, are there any differences between a Muslim and an 'Islamist', or between a Muslim and a 'radical or fundamental Muslim'? If one posits the evil twin 'Islamism', then one must also posit some sort of non-totalitarian, non-imperialistic 'good' Islam, which hence must be supported somewhere in Islamic scripture.

The Quran itself, the very heart of Islamic ideology, is a document that devotes much of its length to the treatment of Muslims and non Muslims. The Quran says that Muslims are fated to rule the world, and everyone in it. While Jesus of Christianity says, "My Kingdom is not of this world," Muslims are explicitly commanded to do otherwise, to make the world an Islamic kingdom. In other words, the Quran is an inherently political document. Consequently, there is no separation between mosque and state in core Islamic texts. In traditional Islam, dating back to the time of its prophet, the spiritual and the political are one.  

Drawing distinctions between Islam and its '-ism' is a false dichotomy. There is no political Islam, no 'Islamism', no 'Islamists' -- there are only Islam and Muslims. The so-called 'radical', 'fundamentalist' or 'militant' Muslims, the 'Islamists', and indeed the terrorists, are the ones faithfully practicing the dictums of Islam, exactly as Islam's founder intended.

The Anti Jihadist writes for Jihad Watch, FrontPage Magazine, and Infidel Bloggers Alliance.

Is This A Challenge to Anonymous?

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 04:35 AM PDT

".. most of the hackers were local, not from abroad," says Maximus

Anonymous, he claims, is based abroad. If you ask me, Anonymous is
probably a group that has members internationally. Some may come from

But the majority of them, I believe, are from abroad.

I think the Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation has not heard
of TOR - The Onion Router - and heaps of other anonymizer software that
protect the identity of the user.

Any self-respecting hacker would know how to protect himself.

But for now, I'm taking it as a compliment. Perhaps we Malaysians are as
good as the rest of the world when it comes to hacking.

Bloggers' Solidarity at BERSIH 2.0 Walk on July 9?

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 03:57 AM PDT

Desi was privileged to hear from the horse's mouth last Saturday at BUM2011 Forum about the massive rally planned by BERSIH 2.0 for July 9, 2011.

Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan, current BERSIN chairperson, was being teased by Desi who questioned whether she would have compromised her official position by accepting the Datukship award while serving some years back as Bar Council president. I was asking in the context of noting that many -- or all -- of the group editors of the MSM/mainstream media, were awarded the Datuk title, and it was my opinion that they would then feel obligated to toe -- or even promote -- the Government's line in all key "policies", right or wrong. I had earlier also recalled former PM Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad having said at two public fora that the government of the day (at least speaking of his 22 years at the BN Government's helm) did not instruct the MSM editors on how to run their (political) stories. It was the editors themselves who tried to read their political masters' or press oweners' mind and then "spin" the stories to please their masters (No, mistresses are not involved here/hear!).

Ambiga assured that she accepted the royal award based on her stewardship of the national law ppractitioners'body and that he would continue to serve professionally in whatever organisation she chose to be involved in, including the now-hot-in-the-news BERSIH, who stands for a coalition of NGOs promoting clean and fair elections.

Desi assured her he had no doubt about her integrity to professional conduct once she chose to wear the captain's hat at BERSIH, even assured her he would bring some Kentucky Fried Chicken for her if she became a guest at the famous/notorious Kamunting! Ambiga quickly revealed she's a "vegetarian". So now Desi must be prepared like a girl guide to look for brinjals, cucumber,lettuce and ladies' fingers to steal in his neighbourhood gardens. Emcee Dr Mave Yeoh -- you grow some men's fingers at thyKoala Lumpuh garden?

Okay, enough digression, which I as BUM organising committee chair has been promoting as among the privileges to freely abuse for anyone joing the Bloggers' bandwagon -- B2B anywan? -- back to that rally on July 9.

Ambiga said it would be a peaceful march for fair, clean and transparency in the conduct of the forthcoming 13Th General Elections, and that all parties,including from the Barisan Nasional components and the Pakatan Rakyat, are welcomed to join.

To desi, this July 9 walk for NegaraKu,is clearly a citizens' effort which can only benefit the country by moving it forward to a greater democratic nation, so there is no need for any third party to protest or organise a counter-rally.

As a blogger, let me tax my ER (esteemedreaders') indulgence a little to a pint which Ambiga elaborated on athe BUM Forum which I felt full empathy with. So I shall now "paraphrase" with some of my own addition which I had no opportunity to add on too that night, so "minta maaf" if I digress or even wrongly postulate again!

The "talkative" MC that evening had noted earlier whether there was any solidarity among the bloggers themselves -- hwhat more they were ambitious of sowing solidarity with the Press (MSM)? In fact that was the reason for ending the forum theme "Bloggers' Solidarity with the Press?" with a question mark, not a fullstop. Mave noted in a frank post that bloggers had gone off into (at least three) different groups, and so he concluded it was toomuch to in fact expect solidarity.

Ambiga then expanded on the point of solidarity in the sense that bloggers can empathise with the Press/ print media when they gree on common grounds involving good media practice,including the commitment to truth, fair and honesty reportig and blogging. Desi couldn't agree more, and I would even add that I would join my "rival" bloggers from Blog House Malaysia or Malaysian Civl Liberies Movement (MCLM) by putting aside our personal differences, and waling in solidarity with BERSIH2.0 cometh July 9.

So I assure my BUMmers and fellow bloggers and B2B based in Kuala Lumpur that Desi will round up a few Serembanknights to make up the numbers from diverse and different groups from the whole country to march in solidarity. For common ideals of free assebly and promoting clean and fair elections so essential a desideratum for a developed nation status -- nine yaers away is quite a near horizon, and every citizen must rise up to the occasion, YES!

Zul Nordin Kata "SPR Barua BN". AYUH BERSIH 2.0!!!

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 03:23 AM PDT

Apologise To Muslims Over Cartoon, Abim Tells Utusan - By Syed Mu’az Syed Putra.

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 02:55 AM PDT

The Malaysian Islamic Youth Movement (Abim) has demanded Utusan Malaysia apologise to Muslims nationwide over its comic strip titled "Kekeliruan kes rogol" ["Confusion in rape cases"], saying that it was an insult to Islam.

Abim president Dr Muhd Razak Idris charged that the cartoon had insulted Islamic laws, and gave the false impression that the religion did not defend rape victims.

"We want Utusan Malaysia to make a public apology to Muslims for the publishing of the cartoon, which we see shows ignorance towards Islamic laws and principles. This should not happen in our society and should not be carried by a media organisation which fights for Malays and Islam," he told The Malaysian Insider.

Muhd Razak said that the cartoonist who drew the comic strip appeared to be "ignorant" about Islam and urged him to repent and not repeat the mistake again.

"So I ask that after this any cartoons that want to be published should be checked by those who are knowledgeable in religion because we do not want Islamic laws to be seen as victimising rape victims, like this comic strip has," he added.

The Abim president was referring to a two-panel comic strip on page 15 of the Malay daily on Wednesday titled "Kekeliruan kes rogol" ["Confusion in rape cases"] depicting a tudung-clad woman seeking advice after being raped.

"I only managed to record the incident with a handphone," the sobbing woman is depicted as saying to her serban-clad village head in the first panel.

"You were raped? Were there four witnesses?" he replies, adding, "The recording device cannot be a witness because it has no ears and eyes. It's only steel ... enough, it's better for you to drop the case."

The woman's same complaint in the second panel to a figure resembling a police officer draws a different response.

"Superb … the tool can be used as evidence!" the moustachioed man informs her while appearing to type out a report.

PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat yesterday described Malay daily Utusan Malaysia as "Denmark Malaysia" for publishing a comic strip that he said was an affront to Islam.

Similarly, Persatuan Ulama Malaysia (PUM) has accused the Umno daily of insulting Islam, which the society said was based on an incorrect reading of the religion's laws.

The 4,000-strong Muslim scholars' society demanded the authorities charge the cartoonist and the publisher for insulting Islam, saying the publication of the misleading cartoon had portrayed in a negative light the religion of the majority in multicultural Malaysia at a time when Muslims were seen to lack religious knowledge.

Courtesy of The Malaysian Insider

On Facebook, Protest Grows Against Yen Yen - By Clara Chooi.

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 02:39 AM PDT

A spontaneous Facebook campaign started by critics of Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen has drawn the support of nearly 90,000 Malaysians, almost a triple of those who follow her ministry's official page.

The campaign kicked off on Tuesday evening, shortly after it was revealed that the ministry had spent a whopping RM1.8 million to manage its Facebook accounts.

While the ministry's following in its official Facebook page "Tourism Malaysia - Cuti-Cuti 1 Malaysia" barely grew over the week, a protest page entitled "Curi-curi Wang Malaysia" saw its numbers soar in the thousands.

As at 11.50am this morning, "Curi-curi Wang Malaysia", which was started anonymously at 6.04pm on Tuesday, drew 87,809 fans. The ministry's page, which was started in May, had only drawn 35,042 fans.

This latest public uprising via the popular social networking site joins a host of other online protests, including one against the government's plan to build a RM5 billion mega-tower, another to protest the Lynas refinery plant and one against the proposed 1 Malaysia email.

According to a note posted by Curi-curi Wang Malaysia's administrators yesterday, the page attracted 19,705 fans within 24 hours of its launch, then leapt to 65,870 fans in 48 hours, as dissent began to grow.

"Bravo! Malaysians. We need to gather more voice and put our hands together to fight for our money," the page's administrators said.

They also urged Facebook users to click "like" on their page, saying this would prove to the government that managing such an account does not require such a high sum.

"LIKE this page. We can prove to government we no need to spend RM1.8M for a success fan page. We want our mismanaged money back! This page created with purpose to voice against Malaysia Tourism Ministry who spent RM1,758,432 for a simple facebook fan page with 6-simple apps (cost RM293,072 each). Facebook is FREE. Don't cheat our money in such stupid way and treat us like idiots. Suspend the contract and RETURN OUR MONEY!" it said.

The debacle began when Deputy Tourism Minister James Dawos Mamit revealed in Parliament to DAP's Rasah MP Anthony Loke that RM1,758,432 was spent on developing six Facebook pages to promote Malaysia's tourism.

He said each Facebook page cost RM293,072 — Cuti-Cuti 1 Malaysia, Citrawarna 1Malaysia, Karnival Jualan Mega 1 Malaysia, Festival Pelancongan Seni Kontemporari 1 Malaysia, Kempen 1 Malaysia Bersih and Fabulous Food 1 Malaysia.

Yen Yen has since blamed DAP for "distorting" facts, claiming that the sum was spent for an "integrated social media campaign". The RM1.8 million, she said, would cover the cost of six different campaigns over seven months, and includes the cost for contests and advertising on Google and Facebook.

Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said today that the Cabinet would seek an explanation from her over the matter.

He said that if the tourism minister's explanation was not satisfactory, the government might investigate the matter.

Courtesy of The Malaysian Insider

Kalau BERSIH 2.0 Berjaya, UMNO Tutup Kedai

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 02:13 AM PDT

Sudahkah kita lupa. Sewaktu BERSIH 1.0, kerajaan BN/Pak Lah mengusai semua kerajaan negeri kecuali Kelantan. Kerajaan Pak Lah juga menguasai bilangan kerusi terbanyak dalam sejarah pilihanraya Malaysia.

Dalam keadaan kemenangan yang begitu gemilang sebegitu pun, perhimpunan BERSIH 1.0 telah berjaya menurunkan penguasaan kerajaan BN kepada keputusan yang paling buruk dalam sejarah UMNO/BN pada tahun 2008.

Sekarang ini, kerajaan Barisan Nasional/UMNO berada dalam keadaan yang amat tenat. Kerajaan BN masih mampu hidup dengan talian hayat dari Sabah dan Sarawak.

Ertinya, kalau berjaya BERSIH 2.0 maka, inshaalah, UMNO akan bungkus dalam Pilihanraya ke 13 nanti.

Oleh sebab itu, amat penting bagi setiap ahli dan pendokong serta penyokong Paaktan Rakyat ataupun rakyat Malaysia yang biasa untuk turun beramai-ramai menjayakan BERSIH 2.0.

Kejayaan BERSIH 2.0 menjamin masa depan anak cucu anda

Tulang Besi

Weekend funnies

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 12:49 AM PDT

The brave boys in blue on their way to a march...sorry I mean a rally. Got to get the category right.

It's Friday so I thought I would try and look for something funny to post up here for the weekend. There's not really been much that is funny in the newspapers recently. Okay la so we all thought Ng Yen Yen's spend of RM1.8million to build 6 Facebook pages for Tourism Malaysia was quite funny. Actually, her explanation on video was quite entertaining too......

And did you notice her choreographed hand gestures? That was genuinely funny. And in the funnies stakes she was just ahead of deputy prime minister, Muhyiddin Yassin who announced to anyone who still wanted to listen that "...we (I suppose meaning Umno or/and the BN government) have nothing to hide especially when it involves public expenditure."  If not for the DPM the 1st part of the week would have been positively boring. Reality comedy-wise. Thank you, YB.

And while leafing through today's Star I found a couple of funnies to share with you. The first one is on page 2 titled Umno Youth plans march. Apparently, in a case of "if you can't beat them join them", Umno Youth chief, Khairy Kamaluddin announced that the wing will be organising a march on the same day the Bersih 2.0 flers plan to demonstrate for fair elections. Okay la, so some of you are really worried about what is going to happen on the day of the march (-es) and if there might be violence and injuries. So what is so funny about that, you ask? Well, for one Khairy announced that the reason for the Umno Youth demo is "to create awareness on the shortcomings of the election system and propose suggestions to improve the election process." Huh?  Isn't that what Bersih 2.0 wants to do? So why is Umno Youth organising their own march to demand the same thing? Why not join with Bersih 2.0? After all both groups are Malaysians wanting a better-run country ma.  Regardless of race some more. That would be truly 1Malaysia, right? Or a step in the right direction. But being that I guess it will never happen. Now, that's funny.  This next bit also very funny one...

Khairy alleged that many voters' names were moved by the Opposition from its winning Parliamentary constituencies to losing ones. You understand that or not?  When I read that I was also confused. Huh? What? So I did some asking around. What the accusation meant was this. Let's say Mr.X of Opposition won with a majority of 20,000 in the last election when all he needed was a simple majority of 10,000 to credibly keep the seat. So he got surplus lor. So Mr. X then gets the other 10,000 flers who voted for him to all agree to go to the national registration department and change their addresses and then re-register with the new addresses so that they can vote in the constituencies where the Opposition is weak. Now if you're a Malaysian you will know what an incredible and impossible task that is going to be. But Khairy says that is what is happening. Maybe he knows how it's done. From experience.

In the same Star story it is also reported that DPM Muhyiddin warned that Bersih should think "carefully about what it is doing and its effect on the country and impact on the people."  That is also funny. In a 'hmmmmmm......' kind of way.

In the meantime, Puteri Umno has joined a "chorus of protests" against the planned Bersih 2.0 rally Actually why is the Umno one called a march and Bersih one called a 'rally'? March got no water-cannon and tear gas issit?  And why no protests against the Umno Youth "march"?

Eh? I just thought of something. Both the March and the Rally are going to be heading to the Agung's house, the Istana to present their cases to His Majesty. Then how ah? Interesting leh.

Wah! Actually this week ending quite funny la.


p/s And have a great Father's Day!

Rest of humanity gives ultimatum to Illuminati

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 01:16 AM PDT

Watch videos. They are self-explanatory.

For some background information prior to the release of the videos, you may want to go hereBenjamin Fulford interview on Jeff Rense.

Tagged: benjamin fulford, illuminati, leo zagami, secret societies

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'Insulting Islam': PAS Youth hands over memo to Utusan

Posted: 16 Jun 2011 11:28 PM PDT

PAS Youth handed over a memorandum to Malay language newspaper Utusan Malaysia today objecting to a caricature that appeared a couple of days ago, claiming that it had insulted Islam. Four top leaders of the Islamist party's wing said they came in peace to express their concerns over the cartoon strip. Full story:
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Don't hush up radioactive contamination, gov't told

Posted: 16 Jun 2011 11:18 AM PDT

Opposition parliamentarians lashed out at the government today for not being forthcoming with information regarding a radiation leak in a pharmaceutical company in Subang, Selangor. Yesterday, AFP quoted Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Maximus Ongkili as saying the Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB) ordered the company to stop operations and sealed its premises after four of its employees set off radiation monitors.
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Opposition firebrands back in Parliament

Posted: 16 Jun 2011 10:44 AM PDT

Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim and three other MPs returned to Parliament today after an absence of six months, and they were welcomed warmly with floral bouquets and greetings from fellow parliamentarians. The others suspended from the Dewan Rakyat last December were senior opposition member Karpal Singh (DAP-Bukit Gelugor), besides Azmin Ali (PKR- Gombak) and R Sivarasa (PKR-Subang).
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Guan Eng: Even mat rempits have Facebook pages

Posted: 16 Jun 2011 09:41 AM PDT

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Utusan Malaysia Sudah Setaraf Dengan Akhbar Denmark

Posted: 16 Jun 2011 11:22 PM PDT

Beberapa tahun yang lepas, dunia telah dikejutkan dengan kontroversi beberapa akhbar Denmark menghina Nabi SAW secara terang-terangan.

Beberapa hari yang lepas, Malaysia dikejutkan dengan sebuah karikatur yang menghina hukum Qazaf yang jelas termaktub dalam Al Quran Al Karim (seperti di atas).

Tidak di sangka-sangka, akhbar Utusan Meloya telah mengikut jejak langkah akhbar Denmark dengan menghina hukum Allah SWT yang jelas termaktub di dalam Al Quran al Karim.

Oleh kerana kandungan Utusan Malaysia ditentukan oleh Biro Politik UMNO, maka UMNO juga bertanggungjawab ke atas karikatur ini.

Tidak hairanlah UMNO beriye-iye menghina Islam sebegini rupa kerana hukum Qazaf di dalam Al Quran jelas merosakkan rancangan mereka untuk memfitnah Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Video Blue Rahim Thamby Chik yang mereka dipopularkan oleh media mereka nampaknya ditolak oleh majoriti orang Melayu Islam yang beriman dengan hukum Qazaf di dalam AlQuran.

Mengikut kajian terbaru, tidak sampai 30% orang Melayu Islam yang mempercayai video blue tersebut.

Faktor utama penolakan ini adalah kerana hukum Qazaf di dalam Al Quran mewajibkan 4 saksi yang adil dalam perkara Zina.

Adapun kartun di atas membicarakan soal jenayah "rogol|" yang tidak disentuh oleh Hukum Qazaf di dalam Al Quran.

Ini kerana jenayah rogol diletakkan di bawah Hukum "Taazir" dan bukannya "Hudud" di bahawa hukum jenayah Islam.

Ini kerana beban bukti dalam jenayah rogol adalah lebih ringan berbanding Zina.

Akhbar2 di Denmar sudah tentu gembira kerana mempunyai kawan sefikrah di Malaysia dalam bentuk UTUSAN MALAYSIA.

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Use ISA to stop Bersih rally, home minister urged

Posted: 16 Jun 2011 09:38 PM PDT

A body representing taxi operators, Malaysian Taxi Executives, wants the Home Ministry to act now on the Bersih 2.0 rally on free and fair elections planned for July 9 by arresting those behind it under the Internal Security Act. "These people know the law. The Home Ministry has the responsibility of not letting this riot to happen. Full story:
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