Barisan Nasional (BN) Social Political Buzz & Bulls

FAQ: Where is Mahathir's G-Spot and what is the best way to ... ?

First, why is bungkus-ing Mamak a must for Najib?


To me, the answer is undoubtedly yes because this man is simply too dangerous to be allowed to continue to breathe ... Not that the air is very precious, it's just that he is too serious a time bomb to everyone. Yes, everyone including his own machai, in case they are not aware.

To machai of Mamak, listen, no one in their right mind would want a Mamak to run this country and let him fark the cosiety and makes a fool out everyone. Just ask yourself, what can Mamak offer you that others can't ...? Money? Where do you think Jho Low got the $8M to throw party for Paris Hilton comes from ...? Power? Mamak got none (it's a delusion to think there is ... ask Muhyiddin for a clue), and Botak will never get it because we make sure he will never get to the top. As a matter of fact, anyone selling Mamakism disguised as Malayism will be barred from getting close to the throne. This message is also for other potential PM wannabe ...

So, what else can Mamak offer? Ketuanan Melayu? Gimme a break lah ... everyone is offering this shit including the Ah Pek of DAP. Guess what, even PAS is offering liberalism. So, tell me, who can't or don't know how to offer such a low tech thing?

Just tell me, what fark can Mamak offers that is uniquely Mamak? I can't think of any ... except OGAITNB2MD (Open Gasak As If This Nation Belongs To My Dad) which is unfortunately, no longer an option. It's 2010, my friends.

Back to the question ... What can Najib do to eliminate this dangerous prick without too much hassle?

I of course don't have the answer lag, if I do, I'd be sitting on an altar for people to pray lah. Anyway, I could be wrong but I think Najib and his men have been focusing on the wrong thing as far as Mamak is concerned.

I don't know ... If I were Najib, I will hit him where it's likely to hurt him like fark ... Where is his G-Spot? I think it's Malay, Malay, and Malay. That 's what he cares the most, that is where he has instilled a lot of shits. that is pretty the only shit he knows and good at ... and that is what may just collapse him. I think.

If I were Najib, I will first confiscate Utusan Melayu and all the rest of the Malay media. There is no need to purge the staffs, just tell them you are either with us or you are with the terrorists. No kaki bodek of Mamak will resist but to cross over happily. Remember, this men hardly has any true followers ... unlike Anwar and some other Malaysian politkus, nearly all Mamak's men are prostitutes of some sorts eg. totally open for business.

Then, just launch a non-stop campaign to tell the world the truth. You don't even need to make things up like him eg. spray starch on mattress etc. Just tell the Malays what has Mamak done to fark them ... it's all there and that alone will do him so much damages that I expect him to wear a miniskirt waiting in front of Najib's residence everyday, rain or shine, to try to surrender ... Remember, you either do it or you don't. Accepting surrender from him simply means a potential suicide for yourself. So, don't even think about it.

Of course, there are many more things you can do to ensure this is a sure win such as blocking the websites of his dogs and I am sure Najib's boys can think of the rest ... If in doubt, just refer back to how he got the Sultans kowtow to him. But in this case, you must not accept kowtow for that is just another time bomb.

Actually, just look at how he treated his own men (no even nemesis yet), you should know what is it like to let such a dangerous man to even just get close to the throne ... Najib, the Goose that lays golden eggs is yours loose.

True Scene Behind Panggong UMNO


Zaid Ibrahim Kena Sesah Punggung

Nasib Zaid semakin kritikal apabila wujud sebuah blog anti Zaid. Aku tak nak letak link blog tersebut sebab tak pasti milik siapa. Kalau milik blogger pro kerajaan sebagai satu kempen nak jatuhkan Zaid, aku sokonglah. Kalau ianya dibuat oleh orang PKR, pergi mampuslah dengan mereka semua. Lantaklah mereka bergaduh sesama sendiri. Lagi banyak gaduh lagi bagus. Boleh kambus terus satu parti pembangkang.

Menurut cerita Media Permatang Pauh pula, Zaid ni mendapat bantuan abang tiri angkat iaitu Khalid Gap Gap. Maklumlah Khalid sudah tewas sama Azmin. Inilah masanya nak bangkit balik. Sekurang kurangnya dendamnya terbalas (klik sini)



Makcik Jijah juga memberi restu pada Zaid supaya Azmin tersungkur dipintu syorga dunia. Hanya dengan cara ini sahaja makcik Jijah dapat menghalang nafsu gila pakcik Nuar dari bergelora yang boleh memusnahkan masa depan keluarganya.

Sama samalah kita melihat parti PKR menuju kehancuran dek musibat nafsu gila duniawi.
See What Pakatan Rakyat Gotta Say?

Chinese Freehold Di Kelantan, Anda Setuju Dengan Nik Aziz?



Tidak pernah pula kita terdengar atau melihat kenyataan "Chinese Freehold" sebelum ini. Tetapi ianya berlaku semasa pemerintahan Nik Aziz PAS di Kelantan! Kita tentu pernah mendengar "Hak Milik Kekal" atau "Tanah Rizab Orang Melayu" tetapi bukan khas untuk kaum bukan bumiputera.

Apa halnya ni Nik Aziz? Sudah ada akta tanah yang baru di Kelantan ke? Atau Nik Aziz tidak tahu menahu isu ini kerana sudah tidak kompeten dan senile untuk menjadi Menteri Besar?

Atau pun exco-exco PAS Kelantan telah lupa diri dan sanggup meliwat bangsa sendiri dan menggadai tanah orang Melayu?

Seperti yang ditulis oleh rakan blogger Empayar Pemuda :-

"Apa yang kita ketahui, pemilikan tanah di Kelantan hanya terhad kepada rakyat negeri Kelantan sahaja. Kalau mengikut Enakmen Tanah Kelantan 1938 :

Sila rujuk Enakmen penuh klik sini

Penama Syarikat boleh memohon untuk memiliki tanah di Kelantan. Beberapa prosedur yang wajib perlu dilaksanakan. Permohonan tersebut akan melalui beberapa saringan oleh pihak yang dipertanggungjawabkan untuk mendapat kelulusan. Tiada jaminan kelulusan akan dikeluarkan.

Undangan-undangan ini dibuat untuk menjaga kepentingan orang Melayu di Kelantan. Berbeza di Pulau Pinang. Habis tanah di Pulau Pinang dimiliki oleh orang cina akibat dari tiadanya kawalan. Hanya 18 peratus sahaja tanah dimiliki oleh orang Melayu.

Blog Media Permatang Pauh pula menulis :-

"Di negeri Kelantan, tanah Kerajaan tidak boleh diberimilik kepada orang yang bukan anak Kelantan seperti yang ditakrifkan dalam Enakmen Tanah Kelantan, 1938 tanpa kebenaran Pihak Berkuasa Negeri. Peruntukan ini dipelihara melalui Jadual Kedua Belas KTN.
Dan p ada pengetahuan saya juga, orang cina tak boleh membeli tanah di Kelantan kecuali dia memang lahir di Kelantan. Kalau tidak, dia terpaksa berkahwin dengan warga siam Kelantan dan membeli harta tanah menggunakan nama isteri atau anaknya nanti.

Saya difahamkan, peraturan sebegini dibuat bagi melindungi kepentingan anak-anak Kelantan.

Jadi, apakah Kerajaan negeri Kelantan dibawah pimpinan Nik Aziz dan PAS mahu mengenepikan kepentingan anak-anak Kelantan hanya demi memenangi hati kaum cina?"

Nik Aziz baru saja berkata dia tak bangga jadi melayu ,Pisau berasakan tidak menjadi masaalah untuk beliau mengadai tanah di Kelantan. Orang melayu bukan penduduk Kelantan tidak ada pula keistimewaan sebegini seperti Chinese Freehold.


Mengapa tidak ada Indian or Siamese Freehold? Nik Aziz pun double standart?Pisau rasakan pasti rakyat Kelantan setuju dengan tindakan Wali Selipar kesayangan mereka ini memberikan chinese freehold apa saja tindakan dari wali mesti kena ikut.


Sekurang kurangnya pasti lebih ramai kaum cina dari luar Kelantan akan berhijrah ke sana. Adalah lebih elok mansuhkan saja Enakmen Tanah Kelantan,alang alang nak bagi Chinese Freehold biar buat sungguh sungguh Pisau pasti semua rakyat Kelantan dan pemimpim PAS Kelantan pasti akan setuju.Lagi pun apalah sangat dengan majoriti penduduk 87 % peratus melayu disana dah ramai.


Pisau kata " mesti ramai yang setuju tindakan nik aziz,wali selipar keluar fatwa orang tak boleh lawan cakap"



See What Pakatan Rakyat Gotta Say?

Perpaduan Satu Malaysia

1. Apabila YAB Dato Sri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak memperkenalkan idea 1 Malaysia saya percaya beliau bertujuan meneruskan kesinambungan gagasan perpaduan yang dibawa oleh Dato Onn Jaafar, dan diusahakan secara berterusan oleh Tunku Abdul Rahman, Tun Abdul Razak, Tun Hussien Onn, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad dan Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

2. Justeru tidak perlulah diterjemahkan terlalu banyak falsafah dan prinsip sehingga naik pening kepala rakyat di bawah. Satu (1) Malaysia harus mencerminkan makna-makna seperti "bersatu teguh bercerai roboh", Yang berat sama dipikul, yang ringan sama dijinjing.

3. Masalah perpaduan di negara ini terlalu banyak dipolitikkan. Dibicarakan atas pentas politik dan diwarnai oleh kepentingan politik kepartian. Justeru sukar sama sekali untuk mencapai perpaduan apabila pentasnya ialah pentas politik.

4. Sejak dahulu pentas perpaduan terbaik ialah melalui sukan. Kejayaan dan penyertaan kita dalam pelbagai pertandingan antarabangsa terutamanya dalam acara Badminton, Hoki dan Bola sepak telah mewujudkan ikatan perpaduan antara kaum dan agama. Nama-nama seperti Isa Bakar, Soh Cin Aun, R. Arumugam, Mokhtar Dahari, Lim Teong Kim, Hasan Sani, M. Karathu adalah nama-nama yang dilihat sebagai pemain bola sepak berjaya tanpa mengira kaum. Demikian juga kejayaan pemain badminton negara seperti Punch Gunalan, Wong Peng Soon, Ooi Teik Hock, Ong Poh Lim, Misbun Sidek dan adik beradik telah mewarnai dunia badminton negara dengan sokongan berbelah bagi tanpa mengira bangsa, agama mahu pun sempadan negeri. Kita juga pernah melahirkan perenang cemerlang bernama Nurul Huda Abdullah, seorang perenang dari kaum Cina dengan nama seperti orang Melayu.

5. Saya fikir sebab itu juga Tun Dr. Mahathir membawa kejohanan sukan yang besar dan diminati rakyat seperti Piala Thomas, Sukan Sea dan Sukan Komanwel. Ia merupakan agenda perpaduan yang tidak perlu disorak dan dilaungkan. Demikian juga dengan laungan "Malaysia Boleh" diucapkan oleh semua kaum setiap kali negara kita mendapat k! ejayaan sama ada dalam bidang sukan mahu pun pencapaian lain di peringkat antarabangsa.

6. Baru-baru ini saya menonton filem Invictus arahan Clint Eastwood yang diadaptasi daripada kisah benar mengenai usaha Nelson Mandela menghapuskan prasangka antara kaum melalui sukan Ragbi.

7. Saya fikir kerajaan perlu menumpukan usaha-usaha perpaduan melalui sukan terutamanya sukan popular seperti badminton, Sepak Takraw, Hoki dan Bola sepak. Jika laungan Satu Malaysia boleh menggegarkan Stadium Negara seperti mana laungan Malaysia Boleh suatu ketika dahulu tentulah agenda perpaduan ini lebih bermakna.

8. Agenda Satu Malaysia juga boleh dicapai melalui kerja-kerja kemasyarakatan, rekreasi dan usaha mencipta nama negara di luar negara. Ini semua akan dilihat atas kepentingan negara bukannya kepentingan politik.

9. Filem Invictus memaparkan sikap segelintir pemimpin kulit hitam yang menguasai pentadbiran negara apabila Nelson Mandela menang pilihan raya Presiden. Mereka mahu melakukan perubahan-perubahan yang boleh menyinggung perasaan kaum kulit putih. Ini termasuklah usaha menghapuskan warna jersi, lambang dan juga nama "Springbook" daripada pasukan Ragbi Afrika Selatan. Mujurlah ia dihalang oleh Presiden Mandela kerana beliau mahukan perpaduan rakyat bukannya pembalasan dendam.

10. Sungguhpun tidak sama, namun apa yang terjadi dalam filem tersebut sedikit sebanyak boleh dikaitkan dengan apa yang terjadi kepada negara kita pasca pilihan raya 2008.

11. Kemunculan kaum bukan bumiputera sebagai penentu kekuatan pemerintah di beberapa negeri telah membuka ruang untuk segelintir pemimpin bukan Melayu yang bersifat ultra untuk menuntut perubahan terhadap perkara-perkara yang membabitkan bumiputera. Pemimpin bukan Melayu yang bersikap sederhana sebelum ini juga turut menyertainya kerana bimbang hilang sokongan.

12. Kaum bumiputera, khususnya orang Melayu, pula melihat ini sebagai satu usaha menangguk di air yang keruh. Apabila tuntutan-tuntutan ini menggunakan pula laungan Satu Ma! laysia s ebagai satu alat untuk mendesak tuntutan mereka dipenuhi, maka prasangka orang Melayu terhadap 1 Malaysia kian buruk.

13. Agenda Satu Malaysia tidak mungkin tercapai jika ia terus dijalankan atas landasan politik. Hari ini Satu Malaysia digunakan sebagai alat politik. Pemimpin politik kaum Cina dan India melihat Satu Malaysia sebagai satu alat untuk menuntut penghapusan perkara-perkara yang dianggap pro - bumiputera dan telah dipersetujui sejak merdeka lagi.

14. Tuntutan-tuntutan yang ingin menghakis kepentingan bumiputera berselindung di sebalik pentas 1 Malaysia pula menyebabkan kaum bumiputera berprasangka buruk terhadap usaha perpaduan menerusi agenda 1 Malaysia. Lalu ramai yang skeptikal dan pesimis terhadap agenda perpaduan menerusi slogan 1 Malaysia ini. Ini kerana tuntutan-tuntutan atau pandangan yang dibuat menerusi kaca mata politik.

15. Dalam rumah Terbuka UMNO Selangor baru-baru ini saya sempat bercakap dengan Pengerusi MCA Selangor, Dato' Donald Lim. Saya nyatakan bahawa MCA terlalu melihat isu pembahagian ekuiti dan pembabitan bumiputera sebanyak 30% dalam perniagaan. Ini ialah isu-isu ahli perniagaan yang tidak mungkin berpuas hati sampai bila-bila pun. MCA tidak boleh menjadi parti yang pro ahli perniagaan semata.

16. Bagi saya MCA dan juga parti komponen BN yang sepatutnya melihat isu-isu rakyat banyak seperti pengangguran, kos sara hidup, pendidikan, penagihan dadah, kesihatan dan kemiskinan yang merentasi batas kaum. Apabila isu-isu ini dibincangkan tanpa membabitkan hak kaum bumiputera barulah isu kerenggangan kaum ini dapat dielakkan.

17. Selagi kita melihat 1 Malaysia melalui kaca mata politik selagi itulah rakyat yang pelbagai kaum ini akan saling curiga-mencurigai antara satu sama lain.

18. Saya melihat setakat ini 1 Malaysia bukan sahaja gagal merapatkan hubungan antara kaum tetapi makin menjarakkannya kerana ia digunakan oleh pemimpin politik kerajaan dan pembangkang untuk menuntut dihapuskan perkara-perkara tertentu yang menjadi polis! i sebelu m ini. Kaum bumiputera marah kerana mereka seolah-olah "digertak", manakala yang bukan bumi pula marah kerana 1 Malaysia tidak mengubah kedudukan polisi-polisi pro-bumiputera yang sedia ada.

19. Justeru adalah penting agenda perpaduan 1 Malaysia ini diterjemahkan dalam bentuk di luar kerangka politik seperti mana kita pernah menyatukan rakyat di bawah slogan "Malaysia Boleh" dan kempen "Bersatu Teguh Bercerai Roboh".
Letter & Opinion From Joe Public

Our economic transformation can’t be zero-sum

Yesterday at the Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) Open Day, the Malaysian public got a good look at the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP), a public-private initiative centred around 12 Domestic Direct Investment-centric National Key Economic Areas (NKEAs) expected to make a substantial contribution to Malaysia’s economic performance in the next 10 years.

These areas are going to receive priority public investment and policy support, including assurance of meritocracy and transparency. Further, the public was promised the ability to scrutinise, give feedback and monitor the ETP and its Entry Point Projects (EPP) closely when the documents are published on October 26. “The ETP is a programme, not just a plan,” Pemandu CEO Datuk Seri Idris Jala went on repeatedly during his presentation, in which he also implored Malaysians to “keep the faith,” saying: “If there is no hope for the future, there is no power in the present.”

By all accounts it was a taster that went down well with the 10,000 or so attendees inside and outside the hall, watching via video feed. There was palpable buzz as the Pemandu chief paced the stage and delivered his overview and exhortations Steve Jobs-style. Online, Twitter interest peaked enough to register a trending topic — proof of interest among those who couldn’t be there in person. As an attendee, you could sense that the additional unspoken message from Idris Jala was that the ETP, along with the Government Transformation Programme (GTP) and the larger, as-yet-not-fully-disclosed New Economic Model (NEM) represent our make-or-break as a transitioning nation heading into 2020. Our pretentions of a high-income, knowledge-based economy hinges on the civil service transforming itself to better serve the public; on the success of the private sector to deliver on those ETP EPPs; and perhaps more importantly on the recognition by the government that it needs to butt out of business after doing the important job of setting the stage.

Please, enough already with the suffocating hand-holding, catalysing and facilitating characteristics of “big” government. In the 21st century, the time for being paternal is at a nadir. We’ve had enough history of that for all the wrong reasons. That for the first time the ETP has relied a lot on seconded private sector input especially for the EPPs means it should be left to the Malaysian private sector, GLCs and non-GLCs combined, to deliver along the lines of the “programme.” That is, unless we’ve somehow failed to heed our lessons from past government-contrived “corridors” and “hubs.” Today’s world moves apace. One of the BRICs is at our doorstep. The time for academic, time-wasting debate is over; what is paramount now is constructive feedback and execution. Let’s all be collectively smart about this and allow the private sector to do its best to get the country back into shape. We have 10 years; we owe it to our future generations.

After 53 years I realise it may be too easy to be cynical about it all, but this is truly our hour of reckoning. The government should keep pressure groups like Perkasa off of business’ backs but otherwise keep out of the way and trust the rakyat and the private sector to get things done on merit. This request goes for the cynical whiners amongst us, too. To Barisan Nasional (BN), it’s time to be magnanimous. Move to de-politicise the ETP, GTP and NEM. So you’ve “enabled” it — fantastic. Go on and take credit for the ideation but not for the private sector delivery of it, please. After all, Pemandu recommends based on private sector and rakyat feedback for government to enact the supportive policies. To Pakatan Rakyat (PR), now would be the time to demonstrate genuine intent. Instead of riling against everything perceived to be of BN-origin, step up to the plate and take the high road. Quit being naysayers and be at the forefront of ETP constructive public feedback, or run the risk of the private sector not taking you seriously as contenders. Newsflash: Even if PR wins the next general election, does it make any sense to dismantle what Pemandu has done? For the rest of us, regardless of our political or apolitical standing, it behooves us to view the ETP as not a BN thing but “our” thing. It is the voice of the private sector made possible through Pemandu — and I, for one, would like to play a part in our nation rolling up its collective sleeve and hunkering down. As the saying goes: If you don’t vote you don’t get the right to bitch. Well, if it all goes belly up in 10 years, at least I didn’t stand with my arms folded as the economic narrative unfolded.

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Association calls on Indonesia to expedite ‘maids’ MoU

The Indonesian government should expedite the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Malaysia on sending maids here to ensure they are protected by law and not abused. President of the Malaysian Association of Foreign Maid Agencies (PAPA), Alwi Bavutty, said the MOU would allow maids to enter Malaysia legally. He said the Indonesian goverment should look into the matter seriously as continued delay in finalising the MoU was contributing to maids entering the country illegally due to the ban imposed by the republic in June, 2009.

“The MOU is the best way to solve problems such as illegal workers and abuse cases, even though the number of cases is not high,” he said when asked to comment on the delay in signing the MOU. On Tuesday, Indonesia’s Labour and Transmigration Minister Muhaimin Iskandar announced that prospective maids from the country would be banned from leaving for Malaysia until the Indonesian government could assure their safety. His statement came in the wake of Indonesian maid Winfaedah, 26, who hails from Lampung, reported to have been physically and sexually abused by her employer and his wife for months before being dumped by the roadside in Nibong Tebal.

Alwi said the signing of the MOU could ensure the maids would be properly protected by law, with proper registration. On the abuse of Winfaedah, he said such cases should be prevented from happening and that foreign workers should be protected no matter whether they were here legally or illegally.

“There are some Indonesian maids who came to Malaysia on social visit passes and decided to work here without following the formal procedures. Maybe they prefer Malaysia because of the environment, culture and also the short distance to Malaysia compared to other countries,” he added. He said the association supported the plan under the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) to make it compulsory for all foreign workers to be insured. In fact, PAPA had arranged a special insurance scheme for maids of its members with better coverage and cheaper premium compared to many other schemes, he added. — Bernama

PM says religious understanding key to resolving rows




Najib today pledged his support to the Cabinet-approved multi-religious committee. — file pic

PUTRAJAYA, Sept 22 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak said today that religious tension and conflict remained major challenges to his administration’s efforts in nation-building but reaffirmed his commitment to resolving these differences.

“As the head of government, I give my full support to this committee,” the prime minister vowed openly at a luncheon with leaders of Malaysia’s diverse religions here, referring to his Cabinet-approved Committee to Promote Understanding and Harmony Among Religious Adherents. In a thinly-veiled reference to the dispute between Muslims and Christians tussling over the right to use “Allah”, Najib stressed the need for religious understanding.

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Najib Loves to have Paris Hilton here

No ban on Paris Hilton, says Immigration DG



Paris Hilton arrives at the World Music Awards in Monte Carlo May 18, 2010. - Reuters pic

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 22 — Heiress Paris Hilton will not face any problems entering Malaysia as part of her Asian tour despite pleading guilty to a misdemeanour drug charge in the US, the Immigration Department said today. Immigration Department director-general Datuk Abdul Rahman Othman said Malaysian law does not forbid entry to those who take drugs, only those who are guilty of drug trafficking.

“On principle, there is nothing to stop her from coming to Malaysia... Her name’s not on the system, so it’s okay,” he told The Malaysian Insider today. “Only those whose names are listed in the system as suspected terrorists and those who are wanted by Interpol will be barred from entering the country and arrested.” Hilton’s promotional tour hit a snag yesterday when she was stopped by immigration authorities upon her arrival at Narita International Airport yesterday, one day after her plea in Las Vegas. Japanese law forbids entrance to people with convictions for violating drug laws, even in another country, although the authorities there have previously made exceptions for some individuals.

The 29-year-old celebrity socialite was reportedly made to spend the night at a budget airport hotel while waiting for her appeal today, according to CNN. Tokyo was the first stop on Hilton’s planned Asia tour, during which she planned to visit Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and open a new retail store in Jakarta, Indonesia.

MASEU: Hands-off government risks bankruptcy



Datuk Seri Idris Jala said the government will pass the reins to the private sector under the ETP. — file pic

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 22 — The Malaysian Airline System Employees Union (MASEU) pointed out today that diminishing the government’s role in business would create uncertainties in the market. MASEU believes the government must have some control of the stake in major and important businesses in the country, especially for government-linked companies (GLCs).

GLCs, it said, are key agencies mandated to drive shareholder value creation, efficiency gains and enhance corporate governance, in leading the way towards enhancing the country’s economy. From an economic and political perspective, it is too risky for the government to simply divest its shares and exit business for the sake of letting the private sector grow, MASEU executive secretary Mustafar Maarof said in a statement.

“GLCs are also striving to sustain their business in the new competitive arena. The private sector and GLCs are actually on a level playing field. “The government will go bankrupt if it diminishes its role in business,” he added. According to Mustafar, government control of shares in GLCs is not the main reason for the private sector to cut back on investments in the country. The government, he said, has initiated many incentives to attract investments, such as offering pioneer status, investment tax allowances and incentives for strategic projects. MASEU was responding to calls from some private sector players yesterday that the government should get out of business. — Bernama

Kit Siang claims ETP just pie in the sky



Lim accused Pemandu of making unrealistic assumptions the basis of the ETP. — file pic

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 22 — DAP’s Lim Kit Siang claimed today that the Najib administration’s Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) was rich in rhetoric, business-school clichés and lofty speeches, along with unrealistic assumptions about the country’s economic growth prospects.

He also compared the government’s ambitious programme to that of a command economy and the collapse of the Soviet Union in the late 1980s. Malaysia unveiled yesterday high-aiming plans to boost its economy by mobilising more than a trillion ringgit of private investment, although questions remained over whether the money would materialise.

The plans ranged from a new mass transit system to relieve congestion in Kuala Lumpur, to building a huge oil storage facility next to Singapore to form a regional oil products trading hub. A casino project in Sabah is also being considered. The Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) said it had identified investments worth RM1.38 trillion over 10 years, of which 60 per cent would come from the private sector, 32 per cent from government-linked companies and eight per cent from government.

The investment aims to double per capita income and push Malaysia into the ranks of “developed” nations by 2020, rebalancing Asia’s third most export-driven economy towards domestic demand and the service sector. Lim, however, was unimpressed with Pemandu’s presentation, saying that ETP was based on “unrealistic targets” and failed to address existing government policies which have resulted in the country being caught in a middle-income trap. “Like the previous pronouncements of 1 Malaysia People First Performance Now, the Government Transformation Programme, [and] the 10th Malaysia Plan, the ETP is rich in rhetoric.

“The sloganeering and spin that is common to all of these exercises provides a clear indication that the government led by (Datuk Seri) Najib (Razak) is wholly at sea in tackling the enormous challenges that the country faces. “A common feature of the series of announcements is that they contain unrealistic assumptions about economic growth prospects; they use clichés that are taken from business school texts that have been spun in order to create a false impression of a rethinking of policies,” said Lim in a statement today. The DAP parliamentary leader took a dig at Jala’s ETP presentation yesterday, saying that the entire event was filled with “lofty speeches” and colourful presentations that were more confusing than enlightening.

“The concepts embodied in the ETP are beyond the comprehension of the public at large. Each event at which these so-called policies are unveiled lays bare the inability of and impotence of the government to boldly deal with the core and fundamental policy distortions that are responsible for the country becoming trapped in the middle-income group,” said Lim. He said that any hope of reforms by the Najib administration under the New Economic Model (NEM) has been sunk by Malay rights group Perkasa through their attacks on any form of policy reforming the New Economic Policy (NEP). Lim also scoffed at Jala’s economic projections, dismissing the government’s RM1.38 trillion investment target as mere assumptions rather than actual forecasts.

“These assumptions — these it must be stressed are assumptions rather than forecasts — are wholly unrealistic in view of the historic growth rates attained over the past decade and a half and the current flows of FDI (foreign direct investments) which are negative in view of capital flight. “The underlying assumption appears to be that the private sector will make a remarkable shift without the government doing its part. This assumption lacks all credibility as such a turnaround cannot be anticipated so long as the government remains entrapped by the policy framework espoused by Perkasa and others of its ilk,” said Lim. The Ipoh Timur MP lamented on how no framework or explanation had been presented thus far to illustrate how the Najib administration plans on attaining the said RM1.38 trillion for investment over the next 10 years.

“A grave omission in the ETP is the singular lack of an articulation of changes in the policy regime to arrest corruption, increase competitiveness and transparency in procurements, introduce meaningful safety net programmes, rationalise labour market policies including the adoption of a minimum wage policy and the abolition of anti-competitive measures, for example APs (Approved Permits). “To resort to what is obviously a system of central planning — with unrealistic targets, dubious statistics to show ‘performance’, picking ‘winners’, maintaining constraints to growth via quotas and a system of approvals together with subsidies to corporate entities (both GLCs and selected private corporate tycoons) — is totally in contradiction to the announced intent to let the private sector act freely,” added Lim, who likened the direction of the Malaysia’s economic programme to the features which brought about the collapse of the Soviet economy in the late 1980s. Lim also said that a system of central planning needed to be done away with in order for the country to move forward.

“It is also salient to note that the remarkable success of China and its modernisation programme which can be attributed to the dismantling of central planning is being largely ignored. The real danger is that the country is going nowhere until there is a determined effort to implement real reforms,” said Lim.

Kit Siang claims ETP just pie in the sky


Lim accused Pemandu of making unrealistic assumptions the basis of the ETP. — file pic

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 22 — DAP’s Lim Kit Siang claimed today that the Najib administration’s Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) was rich in rhetoric, business-school clichés and lofty speeches, along with unrealistic assumptions about the country’s economic growth prospects.

He also compared the government’s ambitious programme to that of a command economy and the collapse of the Soviet Union in the late 1980s. Malaysia unveiled yesterday high-aiming plans to boost its economy by mobilising more than a trillion ringgit of private investment, although questions remained over whether the money would materialise.

The plans ranged from a new mass transit system to relieve congestion in Kuala Lumpur, to building a huge oil storage facility next to Singapore to form a regional oil products trading hub. A casino project in Sabah is also being considered. The Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) said it had identified investments worth RM1.38 trillion over 10 years, of which 60 per cent would come from the private sector, 32 per cent from government-linked companies and eight per cent from government.

The investment aims to double per capita income and push Malaysia into the ranks of “developed” nations by 2020, rebalancing Asia’s third most export-driven economy towards domestic demand and the service sector. Lim, however, was unimpressed with Pemandu’s presentation, saying that ETP was based on “unrealistic targets” and failed to address existing government policies which have resulted in the country being caught in a middle-income trap. “Like the previous pronouncements of 1 Malaysia People First Performance Now, the Government Transformation Programme, [and] the 10th Malaysia Plan, the ETP is rich in rhetoric.

“The sloganeering and spin that is common to all of these exercises provides a clear indication that the government led by (Datuk Seri) Najib (Razak) is wholly at sea in tackling the enormous challenges that the country faces. “A common feature of the series of announcements is that they contain unrealistic assumptions about economic growth prospects; they use clichés that are taken from business school texts that have been spun in order to create a false impression of a rethinking of policies,” said Lim in a statement today. The DAP parliamentary leader took a dig at Jala’s ETP presentation yesterday, saying that the entire event was filled with “lofty speeches” and colourful presentations that were more confusing than enlightening. “The concepts embodied in the ETP are beyond the comprehension of the public at large. Each event at which these so-called policies are unveiled lays bare the inability of and impotence of the government to boldly deal with the core and fundamental policy distortions that are responsible for the country becoming trapped in the middle-income group,” said Lim. He said that any hope of reforms by the Najib administration under the New Economic Model (NEM) has been sunk by Malay rights group Perkasa through their attacks on any form of policy reforming the New Economic Policy (NEP). Lim also scoffed at Jala’s economic projections, dismissing the government’s RM1.38 trillion investment target as mere assumptions rather than actual forecasts.

“These assumptions — these it must be stressed are assumptions rather than forecasts — are wholly unrealistic in view of the historic growth rates attained over the past decade and a half and the current flows of FDI (foreign direct investments) which are negative in view of capital flight. “The underlying assumption appears to be that the private sector will make a remarkable shift without the government doing its part. This assumption lacks all credibility as such a turnaround cannot be anticipated so long as the government remains entrapped by the policy framework espoused by Perkasa and others of its ilk,” said Lim. The Ipoh Timur MP lamented on how no framework or explanation had been presented thus far to illustrate how the Najib administration plans on attaining the said RM1.38 trillion for investment over the next 10 years.

“A grave omission in the ETP is the singular lack of an articulation of changes in the policy regime to arrest corruption, increase competitiveness and transparency in procurements, introduce meaningful safety net programmes, rationalise labour market policies including the adoption of a minimum wage policy and the abolition of anti-competitive measures, for example APs (Approved Permits). “To resort to what is obviously a system of central planning — with unrealistic targets, dubious statistics to show ‘performance’, picking ‘winners’, maintaining constraints to growth via quotas and a system of approvals together with subsidies to corporate entities (both GLCs and selected private corporate tycoons) — is totally in contradiction to the announced intent to let the private sector act freely,” added Lim, who likened the direction of the Malaysia’s economic programme to the features which brought about the collapse of the Soviet economy in the late 1980s. Lim also said that a system of central planning needed to be done away with in order for the country to move forward.

“It is also salient to note that the remarkable success of China and its modernisation programme which can be attributed to the dismantling of central planning is being largely ignored. The real danger is that the country is going nowhere until there is a determined effort to implement real reforms,” said Lim.

Surau vandals: Perkasa wants the boys hanged to death

Court puts off sentencing surau vandals



The trio pleaded guilty previously to having vandalised the surau on August 23. — file pic

SEREMBAN, Sept 22 — The sentencing of three teenagers charged with vandalising a surau in Taman Pulai Impian Indah here was postponed today as the probation report by the social welfare department had yet to be completed. The lawyer for the three, Datuk Lee Kong Fee, told reporters outside the courtroom that the session will only resume next month, once the document was finalised.

“It has been postponed to October 19 for the report to be ready. Then only will we set a date for the decision for the sentencing,” he said. Lee explained that the report was important for the court to determine the environment in which the teenagers were raised. “The report is a very detailed account of the child’s background. It includes the parent’s education background, the welfare and environment of the child. The report will show if the child is from a rich or poor family. If he is living in a wooden or bungalow house,” he said. On August 27, the three had pleaded guilty to two counts of committing mischief by throwing bottles into a surau and splashing red paint on its walls.

The trio, aged between 15 and 17, from Ulu Temiang and Sikamat, had committed the offence on August 23. They were earlier charged under Section 427 and Section 34 of the Penal Code which provides for a maximum of two years imprisonment or fine or both if convicted. The eldest of the three also faces another charge of abetment for splashing paint at surau, under Section 109 and Section 427 of the Penal Code which provides for a maximum of two years’ imprisonment or fine or both. Magistrate M. Mageshwary had released the teenagers on RM2,000 bail each.


Arman Azha outside the court today. - Picture by Jack Ooi

SEREMBAN, Sept 22 — Perkasa Youth chief Arman Azha Abu Hanifah today said the court must give the maximum sentence for the three teenagers who have admitted to splashing red paint on a surau in Taman Pulai Impian Indah. Arman said that the court must consider the sentiment of the Malay community.

“It is very simple, we are talking about the racial sensitivity and will the court show racial sensitivity to the Malay community? Because when we see the Melawati incident, the two accused received a sentence of five years. We want the court to give a harsh sentence because this thing must stop because it will lead to racial tension. “What we need is for the court to clear show stern action against those that jeopardise the country’s stability. The court cannot give a lenient sentencing because this is a juvenile case,” he told reporters while waiting outside the court room. He stressed that the court must set an example with the trio to avoid similar incident from happening.

“We want the court to take harsh because failure to do so will lead to similar incident to occur in the future. “If the court just gives a normal pardon then how will the Malay community react? Will they think that this is justice?” Arman added. The teenagers are charged under Section 427 and Section 34 of the Penal Code that provide for a maximum of two years imprisonment or fine or both if convicted. One of them faces the additional charge of abetting for splashing paint at surau in accordance with Section 109 and Section 427 of the Penal Code which provides for a maximum of two years imprisonment or fine or both.

In August, Raja Muhammad Faizal Raja Ibrahim and Raja Muhammad Idzham Raja Ibrahim were each sentenced to five years in prison after the siblings were found guilty of torching the Metro Tabernacle church on January 7.

Oil Hub Super Deal

Sabah BN MPs to bemoan RM2.4b oil hub deal

Seeing a Sarawak company make off with a lucrative Sabah deal has put Anifah under pressure. — file pic

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 22 — The RM2.4 billion job to build a fuel terminal in Kimanis has sparked widespread discontent in Kota Kinabalu, with the state’s Barisan Nasional (BN) MPs expected to publicly complain in Parliament next month about the contract given to a company linked to Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Taib Mahmud’s family. With little fanfare on September 1, Naim Holdings Bhd announced that Samsung-Naim JV, a joint venture between its subsidiary NCSB Engineering Sdn Bhd and Samsung Engineering Co Ltd, had won a contract worth US$766.39 million (RM2.40 billion) from Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd to provide services for the Sabah Oil and Gas Terminal project (SOGT), one of the country’s largest infrastructure project.

“There is no reason why a competing bid from Sabah should not have been given the job. Why is a Sarawak company given a job in Sabah? This means more of the state’s wealth will flow out of the state,” an Umno MP from Sabah told The Malaysian Insider. The MP did not want to be named but said he and his colleagues were now planning to take their grouses to Parliament when it convenes next month. Other BN MPs polled by The Malaysian Insider also confirmed they were unhappy and would find it difficult to defend the coalition against expected criticisms from Pakatan Rakyat (PR).

The Najib administration will want to head off such a show of dissent from the east Malaysian state, considered one of BN’s “fixed deposits”, to ensure the ruling coalition stays in control of Putrajaya. In Election 2008, BN won fewer votes than PR parties in peninsula Malaysia and remained in power largely due to support from Sabah and Sarawak. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak is understood to be considering calling early polls next year. The Sabah and Sarawak could prove crucial in determining the country’s balance of power. It is understood that a Sabah joint venture had struck up a partnership with a China oil company to make a bid for the SOGT project. Sources said the Sabah-China bid was at least US$50 million lower than that of the Samsung-Naim JV proposal. The unhappiness in Sabah also comes amid speculation that the final cost of the project may double to nearly RM4 billion.

The national oil company had invited bids this year after a three year hiatus for SOGT’s engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning project. The earlier invitation for bids in 2007 was pulled back due to “technical reasons.” It is understood that the Kimanis MP Datuk Anifah Aman, who is foreign minister and a key member of the Najib Cabinet, is facing political pressure because the project was awarded to Naim. Anifah had emerged in 2008 as the fulcrum of a movement within BN, from which Sabah and also Sarawak hoped to get some reward for offering the strong support the ruling coalition needs to stay in power. The SOGT in Kimanis is being developed by Petronas as part of its Sabah-Sarawak integrated oil and gas project. Besides the SOGT, a 500km Sabah-Sarawak gas pipeline is also being constructed from the SOGT in Kimanis to Bintulu.

The construction of the pipeline has already created some controversy with state opposition leaders objecting on grounds that Sabah’s wealth was being siphoned off to Sarawak. The north Borneo island state has about 11 trillion cubic feet of gas and 1.5 billion barrels of oil in reserves. It exported almost RM14 billion of crude oil last year which formed almost 40 per cent of all of the state’s exports. But oil and gas make up slightly less than one-tenth of Sabah’s GDP.

Idris delivers his address at the Pemandu Open Day September 21, 2010. — Picture by Jack Ooi

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 22 — An oil storage hub in Johor, touted as the main supplier of fuel to the rapidly-growing economies of Southeast Asia, is among the biggest initiatives in the government’s bid to transform the oil, gas and energy (OGE) sectors by 2020. The move, said industry players met by The Malaysian Insider, would take advantage of Johor’s deep-water coasts and be located close to Singapore, which currently boasts the region’s largest oil storage facilities.

The plan was unveiled at the Economic Transformation Plan Open day where Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s administration laid out its roadmap to develop Malaysia into a high-income economy by 2020. Though the hub idea was well received, other initiatives for the OGE sectors, such as diversifying the country’s energy mix by moving away from coal and gas to solar and nuclear, were criticised by some in the industry. The main thrust of the OGE programmes was to ensure that the sectors, which contribute about 20 per cent to the nation’s income, would continue to be big revenue earners despite falling domestic oil production. According to the Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu), the agency responsible for implementing the ETP, the OGE programme involved sustaining current production rates, growing activities in the sectors and diversifying energy sources by developing alternatives. The government hopes that the sector will contribute RM131 billion to the gross national income (GNI) and create 52,300 jobs by 2020.

A private investor described the oil storage hub plan as “natural” progression given that Malaysia already produces oil and is at the centre of the East Asia-Mideast shipping route. The initiative would see oil storage terminals being built along the Pengerang coastline in south-eastern Johor to Tanjung Langsat, and extending to Tanjung Pelepas and Tanjung Bin in the southwest of the state. The target is to supply and store 10 million cubic metres of oil for the region by 2020. The investor, who has a substantial stake in one the facilities being built in Pengerang, said that in the past, it was difficult to get such projects off the ground. “There were obstacles,” said the investor, who declined to be named and refused to elaborate on was meant by “obstacles”.

“This time [it] is real. There is an actual map of how to go from start to finish and there are incentives,” said the investor, whose company was tapped to help develop plans for the OGE sectors. Anthonie Versluis, of management consultancy Arthur D Little Malaysia, said demand for storage in the region has out-stripped supply and that it is getting costlier to operate such facilities in Singapore. “Once there is storage, there will is also be potential to build refineries along the Johor coast,” says Versluis. Not everyone was optimistic with the other announcements, most notably the push to build a nuclear power plant by 2021. During Pemandu’s briefing session on the OGE sectors, a few participants questioned the feasibility of going nuclear by highlighting the associated cost and the problem of safely disposing nuclear waste.

Pemandu’s officers manning the OGE exhibition were also bombarded with questions from members of the public on how safe and economical going nuclear would be. Yin Shao Loong, an environmental policy consultant for the Selangor government, pointed out that although nuclear energy theoretically costs 19 sen to produce one kilowatt-hour, this will increase by the time the nuclear reactor goes online in 11 years. “Supply is very limited and because there are more countries in the region that will have reactors coming online at the same time, the price will go up. “Although the cost for solar is 51 sen per kilowatt-hour, it is coming down as more people adopt it.” Lionel Yap of Solamas Sdn Bhd complained that the OGE’s programmes did not offer enough incentives to develop the solar energy industry.

“To put it simply, they are stifling us. They say that solar has not shown results in the past 10 years, so there is no point in the government helping us. But in reality, it has. “Currently there is a nine megawatt cap to what we can produce. The government won’t take more beyond this, so how are we supposed to grow?”

Association calls on Indonesia to expedite maids MoU

September 22, 2010KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 22 The Indonesian government should expedite the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Malaysia on sending maids here to ensure they are protected by law and not abused.President of the Malaysian Association of Foreign Maid Agencies (PAPA), Alwi Bavutty, said the MOU would allow maids to enter Malaysia legally.He said the Indonesian goverment should look into the matter seriously as continued delay in finalising the MoU was contributing to maids entering the country illegally due to the ban imposed by the republic in June, 2009.The MOU is the best way to solve problems such as illegal workers and abuse cases, even though the number of cases is not high, he said when asked to comment on the delay in signing the MOU.On Tuesday, Indonesias Labour and Transmigration Minister Muhaimin Iskandar announced that prospective maids from the country would be banned from leaving for Malaysia until the Indonesian government could assure their safety.His statement came in the wake of Indonesian maid Winfaedah, 26, who hails from Lampung, reported to have been physically and sexually abused by her employer and his wife for months before being dumped by the roadside in Nibong Tebal.Alwi said the signing of the MOU could ensure the maids would be properly protected by law, with proper registration.On the abuse of Winfaedah, he said such cases should be prevented from happening and that foreign workers should be protected no matter whether they were here legally or illegally.There are some Indonesian maids who came to Malaysia on social visit passes and decided to work here without following the formal procedures. Maybe they prefer Malaysia because of the environment, culture and also the short distance to Malaysia compared to other countries, he added.He said the association supported the plan under the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) to make it compulsory for all foreign workers to be insured.In fact, PAPA had arranged a special insurance scheme for maids of its! members with better coverage and cheaper premium compared to many other schemes, he added. Bernama
Letter & Opinion From Joe Public

Bollywood ~ Its open agenda against Islam. When will Muslims realize this?



A straight to the Muslim face video!


Everyday, billions of Muslims all over the so called Islamic nations stretching from masyrik to maghrib waste precious time and money on watching what Bollywood churns out incessantly.


Even in the Arabian peninsular, hundreds of millions of so called Muslims are engrossed in watching what the Kuffars churn out as movies and even in the said to be under Taliban ruled Afghanistan, Bollywood movies are traded clandestinely by those who hate the strict Islamic Syariah which safeguards against the eventual breakdown of social structures and protection against the fahsya and mungkar that the creeping Bollywoodism brings to the average individual suffering financially, spiritually and morally in trying to escape into the world of make believe?


I know that in the video here are exhortations to break your video or DVD player by the singer but that is only a certain part of his message that needs to be taken generally.


It is we who decide what we watch and what we take to be the truth or plain fiction?


Yet we must wake up to the reality that the Bollywood film industry really has an open agenda in distracting the Muslims who are now apparently ones who have swallowed their proverbial hook, line and sinker as far as being addicted to the world of fallacy and mirage of glamor and fantasy that Bollywood icons such as Shah Rukh Khan, Ameer Khan, Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Hrithik Roshan and their lot prance about on the silver screen mesmerizing the legions of agaped Muslims!


Those brainwashed Muslims who despite being mostly poor and suffering from such states of poverty yet do scrounge and strive to make enough just to go and watch such distracting movies in cinemas and theatres all over the Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi nations spreading ove! r to Afg hanistan, Iran, Iraq and other countries in the Arabian peninsular.


If you happened to notice, the underlying message in movies of Shah Rukh Khan, this so called Muslim attempts to show his millions of awe struck fans that its okay for a Muslim to be married to a Hindu and have children who are caught in the proverbial 'pendulum' of being either a Muslim or aHindu?


Maybe its accepted in India to live such a life where anything goes but for those of us who value the purity of our creed and strive our best to live within the Syariah of Allah, that kind of a mixed marriage between the Halal and the Haram is obviously forbidden and we need to stop it right here in our mindsets before we subconsciously allow our kith and kin to think that its okay in Islam???


That's what this video is about?


Although the singer may come off as being rigidly extreme in wanting us to go smash our vcd or dvd players and shut ourselves off from such harami influences, I ask that each of us who are Muslims to think about the warnings being given here in this advisory video as to the state of affairs concerning the Bollywood open agenda in deviating the Muslim ummah from our true bedrock of Islamic Aqeedah.


You who are learned in Islam ought to take heed of such destructive elements of the day to day life we are living and the negative effects of being exposed to such mind bending subtle anti Islam propaganda that such Bollywood movies contain from being viewed in our homes before our beloved families.


I'm not saying that each and every Bollywood movie is like that. No!


There are those which are universal in their storylines and can be watched but those which mix and match religious values as what Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and all other Bollywood actor Khans out there! have be en dishing out to the world ought to be not supported for these fellas have long traded off their aqeedah for a clutch of rupees in the truest sense of the word.


You are what you watch, read or eat?


If you start to think that its okay to let your religion be sidelined in favor of your nafs, then just be ready to suffer the consequences?


This is the reality of our lives here in these Akhirul Zaman and by Allah, we will each be hauled up to face Him and answer Allahu Ta'ala when He questions us as to why we let those under our watch go astray?


See then if you can wisecrack your way out before The Malikul Mulk, Dzul Jalali Wal Ikram?








































His name is Khan...and he is obviously a 'Good Golly Mister Bollywood' Muslim.


You really sure you wanna be like him?
Letter & Opinion From Joe Public

Wang Ehsan: Ternyata Wujud Unsur Lidah Biawak


Setelah membangkitkan persoalan dalam artikel mengenai wang ehsan yang dikaitkan dengan hasil judi,ternyata Kerajaan Negeri Sosialis Chuavanist Rasis Ultra Kiasu berbohong dan sengaja menutup perkara yang sebenar.

Ketua menteri paling celaka dalam sejarah negeri Pulau Pinang yang cukup sinonim dengan gelaran lidah biawak,sebenarnya sejak isu ini dedahkan kerap kali menjelirkan lidah.Kelihatan memang benar lidah beliau memang bercabang. Pembelit dan pembohong ini cukup mahir dalam memutar belitkan fakta.Malah dalam masa yang sama cuba mengalihkan isu yang dibangkitkan.

Mamat brylcream berlidah biawak ini benar benar mendapat simpati daripada gerembolan Khawarij PAS hinggakan tidak ada seorang pun pemimpin melayu pakatan baik daripada khawarij PAS atau pun dari PKR membuka mulut berkenaan dakwaan isu wang ehsan yang mempunyai unsur judi.

Ng Wei Aik bersama 2 ekor anjing pakatan Amir Ghazali dari PKR dan Yusni Mat Piah dari PAS telah menuduh Pisau membuat fitnah cuba menutup pembohongan dan kerja jahat mereka.Nasihat Pisau,siasat dulu sebelum menuduh,jangan hanya kerana isu ini nampak sangat kamu berdua menjadi anjing suruhan dan bersubahat berbohong kepada rakyat.

Ng Wei Aik yang semua orang tahu begitu rasis dan amat membenci kepada melayu dan suka bermuka muka bertindak atas arahan Ketua menteri paling celaka dalam sejarah negeri untuk menutup pembohongan mereka.


Tidakkah anda sedar sudah beberapa kali Pisau mendedahkan pembohongan besar chauvanist ultra kiasu ketua menteri paling celaka dalam sejarah.Telah pisau katakan sebelum ini si bangsat ini cukup suka bermuka muka dalam masa yang sama tidak pernah menghormati agama Islam.Pisau berasa hairan, apa yang syok sangat khawarij PAS tergila gilakan si haprak ini.


Nik Ali SDO digelar lidah biawak dan little napolean,kemudian Guan Eng d! engan be raninya menyaman akhbar Utusan kononnya membuat fitnah terhadap beliau. Setelah bukti video dan gambar didedahkan si bangsat ini terus mendiamkan diri.Rakyat tidak lupa tembelang dan bohong kepada seluruh rakyat negeri berkenaan isu itu:klik sini bukti Guan Eng bohong.


Apa kaitannya dengan isu ini? Ya kaitannya Guan Eng memang cukup gemar berbohong dan tidak menjadi masaalah apabila berbohong menutup dengan pembohongan.


Jika si celaka ini selalu berbohong,adakah anda fikir kali ini beliau bercakap benar?Adakah Ng Wei Aik anjing suruhan Guan Eng turut sama bercakap benar?


Buat anjing anjing melayu haprak pakatan Pisau berasakan eloklah bertukar menjadi manusia dan gunakan otak berfikir mengapa Pisau bangkit isu wang ehsan ada kaitan hasil judi. Jangan memperbodohkan diri anda untuk terus menjilat khalifah sosialis kesayangan khawarij PAS ini.



Dua artikel ini dilaporkan kepada pihak SKMM Klik Sini , sini .Apa yang mahu disembunyikan jika benar benar pihak kerajaan negeri tidak menyorokkan sesuatu daripada pengetahuan rakyat.


Masa makin hampir! Jangan cuba memperbodohkan rakyat dengan ayat ayat ugutan terhadap blog ini.


Pisau kata "orang itu makan kuah la lepas ni"



Letter & Opinion From Joe Public

Tahniah...UMNO Kedah Boleh Bagi PAS "Run The Business"


UMNO Kedah akan hanya mulai sedar dan benar- benar berubah setelah tewas buat kali keduanya dalam PRU ke-13 nanti (jangkaan diadakan di tahun 2012).Tujuh sebab empirik aku berikan disini: Andaian yang dikemukakan disini berasaskan sympton and cause theory dan momentum ke arah itu sedang dalam proses untuk menjadi realiti.a. calon-calon yang bakal dipilih mewakili UMNO hampir semuanya disukai oleh pucuk pimpinan atasan atas dasar kawan, sahabat lama dan ihsan, bukannya calon yang popular dan disukai pengundib. sabotaj dan pertelingkahan sesama sendiri antara perkara dasar yang memburukkan lagi keadaan.c. Dato Najib punyai prioriti untuk dahulukan kedudukan kukuhnya sebagai PM dengan menumpukan kawasan Parlimen berbanding DUNd. PAS punyai FD RM500 juta dibawah kawal selia MBI (Menteri Besar Incorporated) wang yang tidak sempat dibelanjakan oleh Mahdzir Khalid semasa menjadi MB. Kewangan kukuh menyebabkan PAS begitu santai dalam mentadbir Kedah kerana 'political fund' bagi kerja-kerja pengurusan kempen pilihanraya akan datang untuk parti mereka sudahpun tersedia.e. Pengundi dibeberapa kawasan DUN akan lebih terdorong untuk memilih calon bebas, berbanding calon dari UMNO atau PAS. Ini disebabkan kemeluatan yang amat sangat kepada dua parti berkenaan yang dilihat sama sahaja dari sudut khidmat dan prestasi kepada pengundi.f. Ramainya calon yang akan bertanding sebagai calon bebas disebabkan kecewa terhadap PAS, PKR mahupun UMNO.g. Sikap tamak PAS yang berkemungkinan bertanding 30 kerusi DUN bakal menyebabkan PKR dan DAP mengambil ketetapan iaitu; jikapun calon mereka menang, tindakan bakal diambil untuk tidak lagi bergabung dalam membentuk kerajaan Pakatan di Kedah.Ironinya kerajaan negeri Kedah akan menjadi tergantung, tidak ada satu parti pun yang bakal memperolehi kerusi simple majority (sekurang-kurangya 19 kerusi DUN untuk menubuhkan keraja! an neger i).Lantas dalam konteks itulah, calon bebas yang menang dan calon yang tidak menganggotai PAKATAN akan berada dalam kedudukan tawar menawar yang cukup berharga kerana golongan ini bakal menjadi buruan sama ada dari UMNO/BN mahupun PAS.Maka jadilah PRU ke-13 nanti satu pasaran niaga yang cukup bernilai, dimana betullah sepertimana kata Husin Lempoyang dalam filem Tiga Abdul 'jual orang lebih untung dari jual unta".
Sumber: Kedah Times

Sudahlah, dah letih pun..jangan bangkitkan lagi alasan pembangkang menang besaq dulu pasal marahkan BN, Pak Lah dan KJ. 3 alasan tuh memang dah konkrit tak boleh nak ubah. Jangan sebab alasan itu UMNO masih lagi selesa dan yakin PRU Ke-13 konfiden boleh menang besaq dan rampas semula Kedah.

Keluaq la dari comfort zone dan stigma tahyul itu.

Letter & Opinion From Joe Public

When compassion is missing in our courts ~ there is simply no justice.

How many of us know of this case?


A poor 64 year old diabetic sickly man hungry and penniless, resorted to stealing canned food and drink packets amounting to RM99.62 from The Store at Plaza Pudu.


Caught by the security guard, he confessed to not having any money to pay for such goods. Arrested and brought to court where Magistrate Mohd Azali Ibrahim sentenced the poor old man to 10 days in jail!


If the magistrate had any compassion in his heart or any realization of the true system of justice in Islam no matter that he was there presiding in a secular civil magistrate's court, he would not have sentenced the poor sickly hungry old man to spend 10 days in prison?


Instead, he ought to have ordered the old man to be given aid by the Social Welfare Department and advised the 64 year old poor diabetic not to resort to stealing in the future and instead seen to it that the old man is given assistance by the relevant authorities.


Looks like compassion is simply not present in our not so civil courts.


No wonder crime is on the rise and people are getting more brutal by the day.


If not for the Malay Mail, this case would have simply disappeared into the growing world of ignorance and apathy that is fast taking place in this nation if not the whole wide world.


Guess, they don't instill that ever important sense and aspect of showing mercy and compassion in law school, eh?
See What Pakatan Rakyat Gotta Say?

The Star says "Prosecute Mahathir ..."


No kidding. The Star says "Don't Protect The Wrong" ... Very good lah. Let's start by prosecuting the nation #1 Wrong ...

Don’t protect the wrong

The Star Says


TO anyone with even the slightest knowledge of Perhilitan, Malaysia’s Department of Wildlife and National Parks, its duty is to protect our nation’s flora and fauna rather than tolerate its ruthless exploitation.

With the questionable conduct of some Perhilitan officials in the infamous Anson Wong affair, the department’s announced revamp is long overdue. But will this promised “revamp” be the thorough overhaul the department needs, or will it be a mere bureaucratic whitewash?

The record of such matters is discouraging and disquieting. Perhilitan’s Penang director had simply been transferred, rather than fully investigated and penalised for any misconduct, following a disturbing pattern of transfers of controversial civil servants.

These transfers tend to be to locations too remote for continued controversy, and where misconduct may continue unobserved. The official message is that those suspected of guilt can remain free of proper investigations and disciplinary action, so long as they keep a low profile.

With convicted serial wildlife smuggler Anson Wong, the authorities have again shown a woeful lack of backbone. His latest crime had been discovered only by accident. Even after conviction his punishment was meek and mild.

From a maximum penalty of a RM1mil fine and a seven-year prison term for smuggling 95 live boa constrictors on board a passenger jet, Wong’s token RM190,000 fine and six-month jail term were paltry. We need to know what exactly happened in the judicial process.

The prosecution’s efforts in pressing for a tougher sentence warrant wide public support. Far from changing their ways, weak sentences will only encourage traffickers like Wong in their lucrative crimes.

We need not spend so much money in promoting the country’s image abroad if our actual standing is so transparently ugly. Like human trafficking, wildlife trafficking is a crime of international proportions that Malaysia is now seen to be a hub for.

Even big-time smugglers like Wong may find it difficult to escape chance discovery for so long without corruption in official circles. Ridiculously weak sentences then encourage more speculation on further corruption and collusion, aggravating Malaysia’s already dented image.

Since corruption is highly probable, the MACC should launch its own investigations alongside routine police work and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment’s internal audit.

These probes should include personnel in Perhilitan and the Customs Department, without being limited to them.

Wong once said that he “got greedy,” which is about as close to regret as he can get. It suggests that had he smuggled less, he might have escaped or been allowed to escape to continue smuggling more.

It must be clear that a licence to trade in the country’s natural resources is a privilege and not a right. Anyone even remotely suspected of wrongdoing should be removed from the list of applicants, with past offenders banned for life.

Much hope is now invested in the proposed Wildlife Conservation Act for licensing zoos.

The required criteria, conditions and vetting and approval processes must be open to public scrutiny, as well as the identities of the awardees.

However, we must reserve judgment on the proposed Act because Malaysians have too often been promised appropriate action only to be disappointed by miserable delivery. Necessary laws need to be in place and be enforced effectively and consistently.

It is high time Malaysia rises to the standards of current international practice. This must be expected of any decent country, particularly one that is a signatory to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) and vying for developed country status.

To ensure that proper official action continues, Malaysia should also set an example by encouraging private lawsuits by concerned individuals and NGOs against offenders like Wong, with the sums awarded going to wildlife and habitat preservation.

Coupled with official action, this should serve as an effective deterrent against their crimes and help redress the ecological imbalances they perpetrate.

Malaysia should be moving in these constructive directions to stay ahead, not only at the urging of foreign critics but for its own sake.

Ultimately, what is the worth of a country and its proud claims to success if it cannot even protect its own natural heritage against brazen criminals determined to profit by robbing and destroying it?

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Mahasiswa Melayu Sampah Masyarakat?

Bangsa melayu adalah antara bangsa yang unik di dunia. Pemikiran mereka kadang kadang macam budak berumur 2 tahun walaupun sudah tua bangka. Mereka masih lagi percaya kepada jembalang puaka walaupun sudah hidup diakhir zaman.


Benda ini juga tak terkecuali pada mahasiswa melayu di IPTA. Sebab itulah orang melayu masih mundur dan bodoh macam keldai. Saudara Azli (klik sini) mendedahkan ada gerakan tertentu dari golongan ini yang mahu menimbulkan huru hara pada 24 haribulan nanti.

Inilah antara masalah yang membelengu golongan muda melayu. Mak bapak hantar pergi belajar, mereka berpoya poya menghabiskan duit mak bapak. Ilmu didada hanya sejengkal tetapi berlagak bagaikan alim ulama.

Sudah tiba masanya kerajaan menghapuskan semua pertubuhan berunsur politik di IPTA. IPTA sepatutnya menjadi tempat menuntut ilmu. Bukannya tempat melahirkan pengganas. Kalau disekolah para pelajar hanya diwajibkan belajar sahaja, mengapa di IPTA tidak melaksakan perkara begini?

Selagi seseorang itu bergelar pelajar/mahasiswa, mereka sepatutnya hanya belajar. Tidak perlu memikirkan hal hal selain dari pelajaran mereka. Kalau kemaruk sangat berpolitik, berhenti belajar. Bagi tempat tu kepada orang lain yang mahu belajar.

Zaman ini, semakin ramai pelajar lepasan SPM mendapat keputusan yang amat baik. Jadi pihak universiti sewajarnya membuang mahasiswa yang bermasalah begini dan mengambil mereka yang benar benar mahu belajar sahaja.

Negara memerlukan ramai graduan yang bijak pintar, bukannya golongan berjiwa kacau seperti pakcik Nuar. Insaflah sebelum terlambat. Anak bangsa lain berlumba lumba menuntut ilmu sedangkan anak melayu terkinja kinja macam babun buntut merah.


Letter & ! Opinion From Joe Public

Nazri's open letter published on MI


The heck with what was said in the exchanges between Nazri and Perkasa's Ibrahim Ali. It is not about who is right or wrong. Witty or dull.

It is a battle for the majority Malay public attention. With sentiment in favour of Ibrahim, Nazri has no way to go but down.

Our curiosity on Nazri is more on, if he knows who his boss is, why did he published his open letter to Awang Selamat on The Malaysian Insiders?

Say Utusan Malaysia denied him access, why didn't he respond on the nationwide New Straits Times? That is, if he doesn't mind the declining subscription of the Melayu liberal-led newspaper.

There must be reasons more than focusing on the different audience and avoid being known by other audience.

The empty and shallow rhetorics spewed by Nazri in his second wave of attack on Perkasa with assistance from spinners The Malaysian Insiders, here, here and here is in consequential.

Since he acknowledged he is merely a barking dog for the Government of the day in this open letter to Awang Selamat, again on MI here, we can reduce and write off his words as worthless.

Simply, it is not to difficult to spot his position in the past that contradicts his present. He would be in the same mould as his friend and fellow Alma Mater, Anwar Ibrahim.

If we need to hear someone counter him, read what Awang Selamat dished him here that brought about his open letter on MI here.

Read here how Ibrahim Ali brushed him off as "emotional respond" void of any "valid points" to shame him. Earlier Ibrahim brushed off Ku Nan, Nazri and Khairy with a single stroke. "Perkasa never seek UMNO's support."

For a Freemason hiding behind a Malay Nationalistic party and now rebranding as a liberal, his childish cabar mencabar challenge to Perkasa to register as a political party is out-moded and feudel.
Wake u p Nazri! Politics is not just confine to political parties. Didn't these politicians realised that the game in every election, be it general or by-election, is to appease the undecided or partyless or independents?

MI is a pro-opposition portal and when Dato Syed Ali Al Habshee raised about certain quarters out to create a split among Malay voters, he is actually pointing right towards MI.

Utusan Malaysia raised the issue of UMNO leaders using pro-opposition leaders to vent their views.

In a published letter to the editor here, Utusan Malaysia appealed to the leadership of UMNO to take action against such leaders.

If they are not holding positions, it is fine to contribute articles anywhere one wishes. Even that, if it is too rapid and repetitive, one start to ask questions. When one is holding position in Government and claim one's boss is PM Najib, it is totally inappropriate.

Especially, when one is in full knowledge that the editorial team is linked to Kalimullah and Brendan Pereira that contributed to the mess this country is in. Both of them are in cohoot with the traitor to the nation, Anwar Ibrahim and his lackey inside UMNO, Khairy Jamaluddin.

MI's Editor, Jahaber Sadiq is in cohoot with Bendera in Indonesia to harass the Malaysian Embassy in Jakarta and inciting hatred against Malaysia and it's people.

MI provides the avenue for the likes of Kalimullah's friend Tan Sri Nor Mohamad Yakcop, protege Khairy, business cronies Tony Fernandez and defends the slumbering of Abdullah Badawi.

The expose after expose by Anuar Shaari, Anwar Ibrahim's former private secretary and a group by the name of Jaringan Melayu Malaysia (JMM) the link between the portal with Regalia Record Management, VPI International and Efficient E- Solution Berhad.

This is the linkage between the portal with Kalimullah Hassan via shareholders, Shaik Aqmal Shaik Alauddin and Sreedar Subramaniam.

If Nazri claimed his boss is Najib, does he not know that the sland! er again st Najib and Rosmah using the murder of Altantunya that involves Raja Petra Kamaruddin via Malaysia Today and Bala Subramaniam has the touch of Kalimullah and Khairy?

Kalimullah is believed to provide Raja Petra with accomodation in London and some say his monthly stipend. There are others saying it is Soh Chee Wen and Zaid Ibrahim.

MI is an insidious hand and instrument to destroy Najib and UMNO. Najib should realise that even those in his inner circle is in cohoot with MI to destroy him. Omar Ong was exposed here and now Nazri.

If only Najib listen and be decisive, no one can help him any more than we could. Alas, he has been warned orally and textually.

See What Pakatan Rakyat Gotta Say?

Muyiddin is now a Najib's man ... Well done. Stay away from Mamak ... way to go.

DPM wants Chinese to play greater role in country’s development

September 22, 2010


KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 21 — Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin tonight called on the Chinese community to play a greater role in helping the government to develop the country. The Deputy Prime Minister said every community in the country has a role in determining the country’s future. “We aim to be successful in building a developed country in every aspect according to our own way and become recognised by the international community. Our success is based on the diversity of talents, skills and potential of everybody in contributing to every aspect of the nation’s development. “Therefore, all races that have the patriotic spirit should not be excluded in contributing because each citizen has a role and responsibility,” he said when launching the 1 Malaysia Lantern Festival at Wisma MCA here.

Muhyiddin (picture) praised the Chinese community for its role in developing the country’s economy. “As citizens who love the country, we all need to play a role in contributing to the development of our country. In this context, we highly appreciate the contribution and role of our Chinese partners in developing the economy through business and retail activities. Therefore, anyone wishing to succeed in business should take the example and emulate the way of our Chinese partners,” he said. He was confident the Chinese community would help the government to achieve the National Key Result Areas (NKRA) and steer the country to become a high-income nation. “(We are confident) that our Chinese partners will not hesitate to help anyone who has the talent and potential to progress. In a larger context, we are confident that our Chinese partners are willing and sincere to help the government's efforts to achieve a NKRA that enhance the standard of living of low-income people,” he said.
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