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August 20, 2012   ·   6 Comments

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PENULIS cukup senang dengan pelbagai cerita tidak menarik mengenai pentadbiran negeri Selangor yang dijaja rakyat Selangor sendiri yang pulang beraya ke kampung sempena dengan sambutan hari raya sekarang ini.

Selama hari ini tenat penulis kempen, masih ada juga seorang dua yang tidak percaya. Tapi setelah berita dari sumber sendiri mengesahkan apa yang penulis kempenkan, barulah masing-masing nak yakin.

Rata-rata berkongsi pengalaman mereka dengan sanak saudara di kampung.  Tidak setakat itu, ada nasihat yang diberikan kepada mereka yang berangan-angan nak memilih Pakatan haram ini sebagai kerajaan baru negeri dalam pilihanraya akan datang – lupakan sajalah atau hadapi masalah yang mereka hadapi sekarang.

Sampah tidak berkutip, gangguan air yang kerap, janji banyak tak laksana, kronisme, keadaan jalan dan seumpama dengannya, adalah antara intipati penting yang disampaikan mereka bila ada kesempatan berbual tentang hal politik.  Ada juga diselitkan tentang rumah urut dan kegiatan gansterisme yang berkaitan dengan pusat maksiat ini.

Pendek kata, semua masalah yang bukan baru  kepada kita semua di alam maya ini, cuma yang ini keluar dari mulut 'mangsa' sendiri.

Seronok rasanya melihat mereka membandingkan keselesaan di kampung – keselesaan sama di rumah sendiri yang beransur hilang sejak Pakatan haram ini mengambil alih pentadbiran kerajaan negeri pada Mac 2008.

Majoriti dari orang ini bukan penyokong BN pun tapi mereka cakap apa yang mereka rasai sendiri, getirnya kehidupan di Selangor dibanding dengan ketika zaman BN memerintah dulu.

Pada penulis, 'kempen mulut ke mulut' ini adalah peluru paling ampuh untuk memadam semua pembohongan Pakatan haram ini mengenai keadaan sebenar di Selangor yang kononnya aman dan makmur di bawah pemerintahan mereka.

Hanya kerana marahkan Dr. Khir Toyo beri penyapu kepada YDP PBT yang gagal menjalankan tugas, mereka menanggung risikonya sekarang dengan menyerahkan negeri tersebut kepada pihak yang salah.

Akhirnya sekarang, semua PBT pun gagal menjalankan tugas dek kepincangan kerajaan negeri, baru nak nampak rasional disebalik tindakan Khir Toyo dulu.

Itupun katanya tak boleh nak salah mereka juga sebab pilih pihak yang salah jadi kerajaan negeri.  Sebelum Mac 2008, rakyat Selangor dan seluruh rakyat Malaysia tak tahupun PKR dan PAS akan berpakat dengan DAP untuk bentuk kerajaan.

Ketika itu Pakatan Rakyat belum ada, yang ada ialah Barisan Alternatif (BA) yang dianggotai PAS dan PKR setelah DAP keluar pada 2003 kerana tidak setuju dengan draf hudud di Terengganu.

Buktinya, dalam manifesto BA tahun 2008 untuk Selangor (yang banyak janji tak tepat itulah), yang ada hanya muka Khalid dan Hasan Ali, muka Ronnie Liu dan Teresa Kok (Menteri Besar sebenar sekarang) mana ada!!

Lagipun tak siapa yakin PAS akan bekerjasama dengan DAP disebabkan idealogi masing-masing yang bertentangan antara satu sama lain.  Siapa sangka demi kuasa dan wang, mereka sanggup ketepikan perjuangan (sebut Islam) asal dapat bentuk kerajaan!!

Ya tak ya juga.

Tidak mengapalah, yang dulu jadi tauladan, jangan nak diulang dalam masa hadapan.  Sememangnya sekarang pun BN semakin kuat di Selangor sebab banyak betul yang pincang untuk dijadikan peluru.

Cuma harapannya dengan penerangan sendiri dari yang mengalami masalah ini, akan menipiskan lagi peluang Pakatan haram untuk menawan Putrajaya dan lebih banyak negeri dalam PRU13 nanti.

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KEAKRABAN YANG AKAN MEMBUATKAN ANWAR AL JUBURI TAK TIDUR MALAM!


Kata orang, gambar menceritakan seribu satu kisah. Inilah gambar yang diambil di Rumah Terbuka PM tempohari, Terima kasih kepada NSTP untuk gambar ini.

Melihat saja gambar ini, pasti iannya akan membuatkan golongan Pakatan dan golongan yang nak buat reform kununnya tak lena tidur malam la! Well done

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Akar Umbi PAS Jatuh Kapir Sokong Nasha?


Apahal dengan khawarij PAS ni..bab nak sokong hudud dengan tak sokong hudud pun bergaduh..1 kelompok nak tunjuk kejantanan satu lagi selonggok gerembolan pertahankan mereka adalah kaldai tungangan DAP.

Kelompok yang nak tunjuk ada telur ni bolehlah kita katakan masih ada prinsip tapi tak guna juga sebab mereka masih berpayungkan daulat DAP kerana parti khawarij masih berpegang kuat kepada tali perkahwinan haram mereka.

Barisan kepimpinan PAS sekarang ini menjadi bahan lelucon sepanjang hari raya,kemana saja kita pergi akan kedengaran PAS hanya pak angguk kepada DAP,Pisau beraya dengan ramai kenalan yang begitu kuat totok PAS ada yang memegang jawatan di peringkat kawasan,negeri dan ada juga diperingkat pusat.Ada yang hanya mampu tersenyum tawar,ada yang berkata mereka walaq kepada saf kepimpinan ulama.

Kesimpulannya kalau ulama PAS bertakbir dan menjilat tapak kaki DAP,maka pak janggut berserban berkopiah inilah terlebih dahulu berpusu pusu jilat tapak kaki DAP.

Nasharudin sekarang ini sudah dianggap musuh kepada parti Isle PAS. Kerana fahaman mantan timbalan presiden ini sudah bercanggah tidak berimamkan Karpal,Kit Siang dan karpal.Maka dosa besar dan menempah ke neraka akibatnya.

Ahli-ahli akar umbi Pas Pulau Pinang menyatakan sokongan padu terhadap pendirian bekas Timbalan Presiden parti itu, Nasharudin Mat Isa (gambar) yang sanggup melakukan apa sahaja bagi mempertahankan kesucian Islam.

Mereka juga bersependapat dengan Ahli Parlimen Bachok tersebut supaya Pas mengkaji semula kedudukannya termasuk keluar daripada pakatan pembangkang dan menjadi parti yang berdiri dengan sendiri.

Mereka turut melahirkan kekecewaan dengan sikap pemimpin tertinggi ! Pas yang membisu dalam soal penentangan keras DAP terhadap pelaksanaan hukum hudud.

Ketua Pas Cawangan Bagan, Azmi Jaafar berkata, pemimpin parti itu sepatutnya meletakkan kepentingan Islam dan perpaduan ummah melebihi agenda politik sempit mereka.

"Pemimpin atasan Pas dilihat mula menggadai prinsip perjuangan asal demi meraih sokongan politik pada pilihan raya semata-mata.

"Selama ini kami dididik oleh mereka supaya memegang teguh prinsip menegakkan Islam tetapi tiba-tiba mereka jugalah yang menggadai atau menjual prinsip tersebut demi meraih kuasa," katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian pada sidang akhbar yang dihadiri oleh sekumpulan ahli Pas Pulau Pinang termasuk yang pernah memegang jawatan-jawatan penting dalam parti itu di sini Jumaat lalu.

Khamis lalu, sebaik sahaja tiba dari Mekah, Nasharudin mengadakan sidang akhbar khas bagi membalas kenyataan beberapa pemimpin Pas yang mempertikaikan kehadirannya di Tanah Suci bersama Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Mereka juga membidas Nasharudin berikutan kenyataan beliau yang menggesa Pas mengkaji semula kedudukannya dalam pakatan pembangkang jika DAP terus menolak pelaksanaan hukum hudud.

Sementara itu, bekas Setiausaha Pas Pulau Pinang, Mohamad Nordin Mohd. Nor berkata, pemimpin DAP terutama Pengerusinya, Karpal Singh secara terang-terangan menunjukkan beliau menentang penubuhan negara Islam.

Justeru, sebagai orang Islam, sudah semestinya menjadi kewajipan untuk ahli Pas menghentikan mana-mana perbuatan menyentuh perasaan dan kesucian agama itu.

"Sekiranya Karpal sanggup menggadai nyawa untuk memastikan sistem perundangan Islam tidak dilaksanakan di negara ini, maka ahli-ahli Pas juga rela berbuat perkara sama demi Islam," tegasnya.

Sehubungan itu, beliau mengingatkan Karpal dan pemimpin DAP lain supaya berhenti menimbulkan perkara sensitif sedemikian bagi mengelakkan keadaan buruk berlaku.

Bagi bekas Setiausaha Pas Kepala Batas, Abdul Halim A! bd. Rashi! d, matlamat utama perjuangan Pas bukannya mahu memerintah Malaysia tetapi hendak mewujudkan keharmonian dalam kalangan semua kaum dengan cara berdakwah.

Beliau memberitahu, pemimpin Pas sepatutnya dapat mengajar erti perpaduan ummah sebenar kepada rakan mereka yang bukan Islam.

Tambahnya, mereka wajar menunjukkan Islam sebagai agama yang telah terbukti berjaya menjaga keharmonian semua kaum di dunia dengan asas-asas perpaduan sesama umat.

"Sebaliknya jika Pas sendiri kini menjadi juara perpecahan umat Islam dengan sikap dwistandard mereka dalam isu perpaduan ummah. Bagaimanakah keharmonian semua kaum dalam negara ini akan terjamin?" ujarnya.-utusan



Pisau kata " berapa kerat khawarij yang sokong Nasha.. elok keluar jer..tak kapir pun keluar PAS...ada faham ka?"

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True Malaysians and patriotism

With Merdeka Day just round the corner, the nation can feel proud to have enjoyed peace and freedom for the past 55 years. Still, more can be done to nurture a patriotic spirit especially among the youths.

IN the midst of the excitement in celebrating Aidilfitri, one must not forget another forthcoming celebration — Merdeka Day. While the former rejoices the spiritual journey and striving in the way of God during the month of Ramadan, the latter calls for every citizen to commemorate the feeling of love towards the country and be thankful over the nation's independence enjoyed over the past 55 years.

Why does a country's independence matter? When we look around us today and see the physical and social development that has rapidly taken place, we need to appreciate the freedom that we have been enjoying in determining our own path and future.

Compare this to a situation where we could not make decisions on what was best for us as a nation but had to succumb to the will of a colonial master. With this realisation, a sense of appreciation must be demonstrated in various ways during the Merdeka Day celebration.

It is thus imperative to have in us a strong spirit of patriotism.

Patriotism is generally defined as the feeling of love or devotion to one's country. When we claim to be patriotic, what do we actually mean?

One must realise that being patriotic should not be limited to only putting up a flag or merely standing up for the national anthem. The spirit of patriotism entails a deeper reason for these actions.

Being patriotic also requires a feeling of wanting what is best for the nation and doing things that would make the nation proud.

So, when we hope for a gold medal in the Olympics, a win in an international football tournament or feel exuberant when the first Malaysian astronaut boarded the International Space Station, we are actually taking pride in the country's success.

This pride and hope are a form of patriotism, as is supporting the good qualities and ideals of the country and striving to mitigate its negative ones.

Patriotism also implies feelings of solidarity and mutual responsibility among people of different ethnicities and religious backgrounds. A multi-racial and multi-religious nation like Malaysia needs to find commonalities due to the differences that exist among the various groups.

Therefore, through the spirit of patriotism and love for the nation, these differences can be transcended, thus allowing a strong basis for consensus among the citizens. For Malaysia, this form of solidarity is central.

In Islam, being patriotic or having a love of one's country is highly encouraged.

A renowned Muslim thinker and activist who might have been thought to say little about patriotism and nationalism was Hassan al-Banna. He coined terms like wataniyyat al-hanin (love for the country) and wataniyyat al-hurriyyah wa al 'izzah (nationalism of freedom and glory) to explain the need for patriotism and freedom for one's country. In Risalat al-Mu'tamar al-Khamis, he said:

"Islam enjoins upon every person to strive for the good of his country and lose himself in its service, render utmost service to the nation (ummah) in which he lives, and to give precedence to kinship and neighbourliness (in acts of benevolence)."

Malaysia today is at a juncture where globalisation seems to pose an imminent threat to the spirit of patriotism among its citizens. It is not a problem only for Malaysia but also for many countries in the world.

As we celebrate more years of independence gained from Western colonialists, the more difficult it becomes to educate and instil a feeling of patriotism in the younger generation. This is the challenge we face today.

Compared to earlier generations in post-independent Malaysia, the later generations may not appreciate the struggle and hardship that took place to liberate the country from its colonisers.

Little do they know that the country's fight for independence did not begin on the discussion table in London in 1956, but was actually a continuous struggle of many national heroes that had begun decades before that significant event. This is why we have been told many times to appreciate what we have today.

A patriotic spirit must be instilled in the hearts and minds of all citizens. Serious efforts need to be taken to nurture the spirit of patriotism especially among youths today.

Although patriotism is an innate feeling, it is the responsibility of various parties to help spur a love for the country. The education system must be tailored to inculcate a sense of pride and belonging to the nation.

It is insufficient to focus only on elements of patriotism in subjects like History and Nationhood Studies. Teachers also play an important role in educating students about the importance of a spirit of patriotism.

NGOs too must play their roles in educating the public on the importance of patriotism. They serve as the best bridge between the government and the public in a civil society framework.

NGOs can carry out activities that are non-partisan and less political. The love of country should be above politics and politicians must also accept this.

Citizens should not be dragged into a situation where efforts to nurture patriotism among the public are politicised.        

Ultimately, true Malaysians would always want the country to remain peaceful and harmonious. Real Malaysians would ensure that the bond among fellow citizens remains strong and intact.

It is love for the country that binds the people together. As Malaysians, we should be proud of what the country has achieved in 55 years.

Nonetheless, for Malaysia to become a strong and developed nation, much more needs to be done.

Malaysians from all walks of life should understand that nurturing patriotism is not just the responsibility of the government of the day, but also a collective endeavour of all who do it for the love of the country.

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Modern lessons on disappointed idealists

A recent book by an Asian observer of Asian societies breathes new life into some old(er) ideas.

I SPENT much of the 1990s either writing or reading about the Asian Values debate. It's hard to imagine now, but in the years leading up to the 1997 financial crisis, books by Pakistan's Muhammad Iqbal and Iran's Ali Shariati, not to mention our very own Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, were top of my reading list.

So, it was with a degree of dismay that I first picked up Pankaj Mishra's latest book: From the Ruins of Empire: The Revolt Against the West and the Remaking of Asia. Fearing a repeat of those tiresome, discredited arguments, I turned the pages warily.

However, Pankaj's spritely account of turn-of-the-century Asian intellectual life approaches the subject from an altogether more exciting vantage point. For a start, he begins with an account of the Battle of Tsushima in May 1905 of the Russo-Japanese War.

Over a century ago, the result seemed a foregone conclusion. How could the Japanese possibly overcome the sheer might of Imperial Russia? Everything seemed to favour the Europeans as they systematically subjugated the Asiatic world.

However, and almost unbelievably, Admiral Togo's fleet was to emerge victorious. In one fell swoop, Korea, Manchuria and much of the western Pacific were to become an extension of Japanese power – setting in motion a series of events culminating with the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki 40 years later.

Nonetheless, Japan's victory was also to have an enduring impact intellectually across Asia – galvanising a generation. Men such as the Iranian-born pan-Islamist Jamal Al-Din Al-Afghani, Liang Qichao of China and the Indian Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, the chief protagonists of Pankaj's book, had witnessed their civilisations endure a succession of humiliating defeats.

For them and others – Sun Yat Sen, Ataturk (then known as Mustapha Kemal) and Nehru – Tsushima brought hope. It allowed them to imagine what their peoples were capable of if they embarked (like the Japanese) on a journey of political and economic transformation.

Interestingly, in an era long before the advent of mass democracy, all three men recognised that enlightened (and perhaps despotic) leadership was critical in order to achieve societal change resilient enough to repel the Europeans.

Uttar Pradesh-born and Allahabad-trained Pankaj Mishra has produced a remarkable book - something that we were striving for back in the 90's but never produced.

From the Ruins of Empire is essentially an Eastern canon of political thought – linking Indian, Chinese and Arab/Muslim figures and ideas. Pankaj reveals how their responses to the ignominy of colonialism were to shape their future nation-states.

This heir of V.S. Naipaul's mantle is in fact very similar to his three chosen subjects. Growing up on a diet of the American critic Edmund Wilson, Pankaj is himself a firm believer in the power of ideas and it's this commitment to intellectualism (unlike Dr Mahathir and Anwar Ibrahim who trusted in raw power) that propels his narrative.

Moreover, as a world-class traveller and essayist, Pankaj's writings have a certain contemporary resonance. He traces the skein of ideas, like the growth of Wahhabism and its intermingling with specifically Egyptian experiences of Hassan al-Banna and Sayyid Qutb – a process that was to lead to the swift globalisation of Wahhabi thought.

At the same time, Pankaj's trio were conscious that a blind adoption of Western modes would rob Asia of its cultural heritage and turn the Occident's vices into its own.

Each of the men sought a "middle-path", calling on their societies to equip themselves with modern science and thinking but to reject the grosser aspects of Western modernity with greater cultural confidence.

Sadly, all three men were to be grievously disappointed. Whilst they sought to find an acceptable compromise between East and West, they were not to live to see any of their ideas come to fruition, besides which their intransigence was to come at great personal cost.

Al-Afghani, arguably the father of political Islam, lived a life of constant re-invention. Dying in obscurity, this latter-day "Scarlet Pimpernel" was to rue his focus on traditional Muslim elites, most of whom ignored his call for a pan-Islamic revival.

Liang, whose reformist activities made him a wanted man in Qing-dynasty China, wound up a Confu-cian conservative arguing after a disillusioning trip to America that "…the Chinese people must for now accept authoritarian rule; they cannot enjoy freedom."

Even Tagore's calls for Asia to maintain its cultures was violently rejected by revolutionary-minded thinkers (including a young Mao Zedong) during his lecture tours of China, a prelude to the destructive Cultural Revolution.

Their failures are warnings for Asian leaders today. As Pankaj argues in his excellent Epilogue, China and India have now unthinkingly bought into the gospels of globalised capitalism which "…looks set to create reservoirs of nihilistic rage and disappointment among hundreds of millions of have-nots."

Pankaj's book is hence not some simplistic paean to "Asian values." He warns that we Asians should not gloat over the West's decline and our prosperity.

Rather, the failure of our elite to, in Pankaj's words, forge a "…convincingly universalist response … to Western ideas of politics and economy, even though the latter seem increasingly febrile and dangerously unsuitable in large parts of the world" condemns us to repeat the mistakes of the West.

This is a prophetic book that cannot be ignored by Asia moving forward. How I wish Pankaj had written it all those years ago. It would have saved me a lot of effort.

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Of airline lounges and layovers

For the well-heeled, long layovers in-between flights arent necessarily a bad thing.

THERE has been a lot of talk in the news about full service airlines doing badly and how low-cost is the way to go in the business of commercial air travel. I find all that most distasteful whatever the analysts may say, and I applaud the premium carriers who care enough about their high-end passengers to insist on upholding their standards in premium service and offerings.

As I have written before, for some people the journey is always as important as the destination, and premium travel is all about the whole experience, from the moment you leave your front door, till the moment you return.

I am one such person that takes delight in every part of the journey. Which includes the pre-flight delight at the luxury lounges. Let's talk about the way respectable airlines take care of their most valued guests even before you set foot on an aircraft.

We can begin with the Middle Eastern airlines that have taken the world by storm. Because of their ever widening network and reach as well as the frequency of their flights, a couple of gulf-region based carriers have become the carrier of choice for many globe trotters.

Of course like all five-star premium airlines, their lounges feature the gourmet menus, business centers and showers all of which are now de rigueur in lounges of Asian airlines. But they do try to put in extras to stay above the competition.

In fact, they make it so nice that one may find oneself rather looking forward to long layovers there. (Incidentally, European and American airlines are not included in this discussion because they simply don't pass muster. Their lounges are spartan while they serve apples and cereal and call it a luxury buffet.)

In one of those Middle Eastern hub lounges, particular features I enjoyed include the private cubicles boasting proper beds complete with Egyptian-cotton bedding and goose down duvet, where one can get a decent snooze, however briefly, before one's next jaunt. And of course there's the spa featuring the sauna and jacuzzi.

It's amazing how the weariness of flying just disappears after a good hot soak. After a nice dip, you are offered some of the finest selection of wines from a private cellar should you need a drink before taking a nap.

A connoisseur would have been thrilled, but unfortunately yours truly does not drink so that was a freebie gone to waste.

In another Middle Eastern airline lounge, the spa treatments they offer put some proper spas to shame. Well-trained therapists in tastefully appointed serenity suites knead away your exhaustion as the hours till your next flight disappear.

Don't be surprised if you feel you've somehow reached a holiday destination instead of being on transit in an airport.

But because of their popularity, there is a downside to travelling with those Middle Eastern airlines in spite of the unbelievable luxury that they offer: There are simply too many other luxury travellers travelling with you.

The end result is that if you are unlucky and happen to be travelling at peak hours, luxury doesn't seem all that luxurious. I mean, yes it's great that you are privileged to travel First class and all, but when there are a hundred other folks having the same privilege at the same time, it doesn't seem that much of a privilege, does it?

Recognising this, one airline here in our neighbourhood has been offering an uber luxury passenger lounge for a class that's above First, if that's even possible. Of course, as any self-respecting snooty establishment should be, it's by invitation only.

So they have their Business class lounge, they have a First class lounge and then they have a luxurious little enclosure ensconced well beyond the entrance into the First class area (Seriously, you need to clear two "checkpoints" before you get to this place) which they deliciously call The Private Room.

I remember the first time I received my burgundy and gold coloured invitation to the Private room, and I was ushered past the curious (and envious?) eyes of those in the lounges I passed. The number of people became less and less as you walked deeper and deeper on the path to The Private Room.

When you got there, you knew you've arrived, in every sense of the word. The whole area is extremely well decorated with elegant wing chairs and chesterfield sofas and the smell of plush leather lingers faintly in the perfumed air.

You are immediately enveloped in space and opulence and if you don't look out the window, you'll forget that just outside the entrance is a pretty busy terminal.

Sometimes you can spot a Russian billionaire or two, in their loud crocodile jackets and blinding jewellery, but apart from those, you still get that feeling that you have the area all to yourself.

On one side, there is a dining area that feels more like a Michellin-star restaurant complete with its fine-dining table service and a sumptuous menu for you to choose from.

My usual favourites are the poached lobster provencale and beef burger with foie gras. Of course you can also find some Asian faves like satay and Tauhu goreng, but we all know hawker food is only ever good at an authentic hawker stall. Having said all that, my favourite lounge of all remains, Malaysia Airlines' own Golden Lounge.

Other lounges may have offerings that it does not, but the Golden Lounge has got soul.

If you are flying home from somewhere, you feel you are already back in Malaysia as soon as you step through the lounge doors and see your kebaya-clad receptionist, and that always puts me in a good mood for the flight ahead, especially if it's a long one.

Anyway, I can't wait to see what the new refurbished Golden Lounge at KLIA looks like.

Hopefully, in line with their renewed vigour and optimism arising in part from the arrival of the new A380, Malaysia Airlines can retain not only all that's good about the lounge they have now, but also try and replicate some of the extraodinary elements that competitors offer their passengers.

Of course cost is an issue. But get the formula right, and the well-heeled will pay, and they are the clientele worth keeping. Remember, low-cost is always about going to the cheapest vendor, but the luxury business is a business of loyalty and the wealthy keep coming back to those who treat them best.

* Snobama thinks that "penny wise, pound foolish" is an important concept for airlines to grasp. Snobama is away on an extended vacation and will be back in September.

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Fikir-fikirkan: Dolak dalik PAS

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Impian mereka yang sayangkan alif ba ta


Blog ridzuanrichiedotcom menerangkan 5 sebab nama Neelofa sering terkeluar di mulut jejaka-jejaka. Neelofa menjadi impian ramai teruna dan harap dijauhkan dara pula suka kat dia.

Menurutnya sini, inilah sebabnya ramai lelaki berkenan dengan Neelofa.

1. Muka Ciri-Ciri Kemelayuan – Muka Neelofa memang nampak macam orang Melayu dan bukan kacukan. Walaupun ibubapa dia memang ada kacukan Pakistan & Arab tapi muka dia lebih nampak Melayu. Lelaki lagi suka orang Melayu kan? Haha..


2. Lirikan Mata Menusuk Jantung – Aku jamin kalau ada mana-mana lelaki yang kena tenung dengan Neelofa mesti tangkap punya. Kalau lirikan manja memang cair macam aiskrim la mamat tu. Tapi kalau kena tenung marah, memang terkencing dalam seluar laaaa… Waakaka!


3. Senyuman Tak Berbelah Bagi – Senyuman memang senjata rahsia Neelofa kot. Kalau dia senyum, mesti ada lelaki tu rasa memang Neelofa senyum dekat dia sorang je dan bukan dekat orang lain. Cuba tengok gambar atas niaa haaa..

4. Seksi! – Hohohohoo.. Memang seksi laa kan Neelofa ni. Masa mula-mula dulu kan heboh pasal gambar seksi dia yang tersebar tu. Jadi ni jadi pembuka mata dekat sang buaya. Huhuhuuu.. Tapi seksi Neelofa macam tak dibuat-buat, nampak memang dia seksi. Boleh kata NEELOFA = SEKSI . Weh awek kau Neelofa la siottt.. Maksudnya sama dengan! , Weh aw ek kau seksi la sioottt!! Muahaha!


5. Tidak Gedik Tapi Manja – Kalau aku tengok dekat mana-mana rancangan yang interview Neelofa, dia nampak cool je dan tak gedik-gedik macam sesetengah artis perempuan yang lain. Dia tampak manja yang natural..

Itu yang impikan Neelofa tapi bagi yang impikan agama, bangsa dan tanahair, mereka tak harap mangkuk bawah ini nak bersara. Impian mereka adalah:

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Lawak Pagi: Pilihan Raya

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January
9 Anwar court decision
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PAS JADI LEMBU DITARIK HIDUNG DALAM PAKATAN RAKYAT


Setelah menjadi keldai tunggangan DAP dan PKR untuk sekian lama, pemimpin PAS masih tidak mengerti dan faham bahawa mereka sebenarnya telah dipergunakan untuk menjayakan agenda liberalisme, pluralisme serta penghapusan kepentingan dan hak-hak Melayu di negara ini.


Sentiasa sahaja PAS akan mempertahankan kedua-dua sekutunya dalam Pakatan Rakyat apabila mereka diserang tetapi adalah parti itu benar-benar faham apa yang mereka cuba pertahankan?


Takkan pemimpin PAS seperti Abdul Hadi Awang dan Nik Aziz Nik Mat begitu bodoh dan bebal sehingga tidak dapat membaca perancangan DAP dan PKR yang akan menyisihkan masa depan Islam dan Melayu sekiranya mereka berkuasa?


Dalam isu fatwa haram mengundi dan menyokong DAP yang dikeluarkan oleh Tuan Guru Abdullah Sama'ah, PAS begitu beria-iya mempertahankan DAP.


Pernahkan kita lihat DAP melakukan perkara yang sama mempertahankan PAS dalam mana-mana isu selama ini?


Yang kita dengar hanya amaran demi amaran dari DAP jika PAS masih berkeras untuk menegakkan Negara Islam serta melaksanakan Hukum Hudud.


Akhirnya PAS kecundang di gelanggang sendiri - Negara Islam bertukar menjadi Negara Berkebajikan dan Hukum Hudud terus lenyap sekali daripada agenda Pakatan Rakyat.


Kalaulah DAP iklhas menyokong PAS mengapa parti cauvinis Cina itu selama ini tidak pernah mahu duduk semeja dengan PAS bagi berdialog atau berbincang mengenai Hukum Hudud atau Negara Islam?


Ini membuktikan DAP tidak berminat langsung untuk mengkaji mengenai Islam dan ini telah ditegaskan puluhan kali oleh pemimpinnya, yang dungu hanya PAS.


Dituduh pula Umno menolak Hukum Hudud sementara DAP hanya sekadar menentangnya.


S! ekali la gi pemimpin jumud PAS tidak tahu membezakan antara maksud perkataan tolak dan tentang.


Tolak maknanya tidak menerima manakala tentang pula membawa erti melawan atau menyanggah.


Walaupun kedua-dua istilah membayangkan maksud yang hampir sama, 'menentang' adalah lebih kuat maksudnya daripada 'menolak'.


Justeru, Umno hanya 'menolak' Hukum Hudud bukan kerana parti Melayu itu 'menentang' hukum Allah swt tetapi tidak menerima pendekatan dan cara ianya mahu dilaksanakan oleh PAS.


Berlainan dengan DAP yang bukan setakat menentang Hukum Hudud malah menghina hukum Allah serta memperlekehkannya.


Pelik sekali Abdul Hadi selaku Presiden PAS membuat perbandingan dengan mengatakan perlembagaan parti itu mempunyai peraturan untuk memecat mana-mana ahli yang meminum arak dan memakan babi, sesuatunya yang dikatakan tidak ada dalam Umno.


Bagi PAS kalau ahli minum arak dan makan babi amat merbahaya tetapi jika pemimpin PAS balun RM50 juta wang caruman ahli dalam Kohilal tidak mengapa atau berkhalwat dengan isteri orang dan kemudian mengahwininya bila-bila masa pun boleh dihalalkan, malah boleh dipilih sebagai Timbalan Presiden!


Sebab itu Nik Aziz boleh keluarkan pelbagai fatwa sesat seperti pangkah PAS masuk syurga atau hatta boleh bersekutu dengan syaitan sekalipun kalau syaitan boleh beri kemenangan kepada parti itu atau Abdul Hadi boleh keluar fatwa mengkafirkan ahli Umno!


Mungkin PAS terlepas pandang melihat sikap sebuah parti Islam bernama Parti Keadilan dan Pembangunan, AKP yang kini berkuasa di Turki di bawah Perdana Menteri Recep Tayyip Erdogan.


Erdogan seperti semua maklum adalah penyokong kuat Ketua Pembangkang, Anwar Ibrahim dan seringkali memberi dana besar kepada PKR untuk menjalankan aktivitinya.


AKP pula adalah sebuah parti Islam liberal yang tidak peduli atau 'angkat pot' samada anggota parti atau wakil rakyatnya kaki botol, taik judi atau kaki perempuan.


Bagi DAP dan PKR, hak kesamarataan! dan keb ebasan beragama semua penganut mana-mana agama atau kepercayaan di negara ini menjadi tunggak dan prinsip perjuangan Pakatan Rakyat.


Bagi Anwar dan Karpal Singh, PAS perlu keluar daripada Pakatan Rakyat jika terus bermimpi mengenai Hukum Hudud dan Negara Islam.


Bagi Umno, keadaan realiti masyarakat majmuk di Malaysia hendaklah dijadikan asas dalam menggubal hukum syariah sedemikian rupa.


PAS mengganggap Malaysia seperti juga mana-mana negara Arab seperti Arab Saudi, Pakistan atau Sudan yang melaksanakan Hukum Hudud.


Lihat sahaja dalam kes Sudan yang memperkenalkan undang-undang syariah sejak tahun 1983 oleh presiden ketika itu, Ja'afar Numeiri.


Pergolakan terus berlaku disebabkan sebahagian rakyatnya yang beragama Kristian dan animis (pemuja elemen alam seperti pokok, batu dan sebagainya) menentang pelaksanaan hukum tersebut bukan kerana faktor agama tetapi kerana Islam telah dipergunakan oleh pemimpin negara itu untuk tujuan politik peribadi.


Akhirnya Sudan, sebuah negara Islam dan mempunyai keluasan terbesar di benua Afrika, berpecah dan kehilangan wilayah selatan (kini sebuah negara merdeka di panggil Sudan Selatan) yang amat jaya dengan minyak.


Adakah di Sudan, Islam menang dan syiar agama itu menjadi semakin kukuh dan kuat serta umat Islam menjadi lebih maju dan kaya setelah pelaksanaan Hukum Hudud ala Ja'afar Numeiri?
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Video raya Bernas anih?

Sinopsis video raya Bernas di You Tube sini berbunyi berikut:

Two special children build a beautiful relationship based on genuine care and understanding. On the eve of Hari Raya, these orphans, Ahmad and Fizi embark on a journey and encounter many challenges along the way. Through their perseverance and determination, they overcome all odds to fulfill their obligation of unconditional love.

Agency: Affinity Worldwide
Production: Reservoir Production
Film Director: Hafiz Ibrahim

Tengok pun menyayatkan hati. Kalau iklan raya, kena touching untuk jadi yang popular.

Disebalik itu, mesejnya anih.

Budak OKU berusaha untuk ke Segamat dari KL untuk ke kubur ibunya. Kenapa pula dua kanak-kanak yatim piatu dan OKU duduk di KL dan di rumah anak yatim sukarela dan bukan anak yatim kerajaan? Kenapa di KL dan bukan di Segamat?


Jalan cerita tak lojik untuk dua budak OKU dibiarkan saja berdua dalam asrama yang kosong. Selalunya penjaga asrama itu tidak akan biarkan mereka berdua berseorangan.

Teksi boleh caj dua budak OKU RM10.

Ada tak kena di sini.

Mesejnya seolah-olah penjaga tak bertanggungjawab dan dunia tak perihatin dan mengasihani pada anak OKU. Orang akan rasa kasihan dan membantu orang OKU dan ini pula kanak2.

Rupanya Director dia orang malaun ...


Secara halus dia mengkritik negara dan kerajaan BN sebagai menyebabkan masyarakat tidak tahu prihatin dan tidak tahu mengasihani.
Mungkin kami bias tapi hairannya ada pula satu saluran TV kempen dan promosi iklan oleh pendurjana itu. Yang si pengulas filem iklan pun ....

... LGBT. Hehehe ... saluran LGBT Anda. Yang dijumpa hanya jenis sotong atau pihak liberal yang terbuka dan terima gaya hidup sotong.

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PAS kebas duit fitrah orang ramai!!!


... perkara yang mengaibkan dan memalukan yang menjadi bualan maysarakat laman sosial Facebook adalah tindakan PAS Teluk Intan yang telah menggunakan wang Zakat Fitrah untuk kepentingan parti. Perkara berkenaan telahpun dibuat laporan polis.

Laporan polis terhadap bayaran zakat yang berkemungkinan akan diselewengkan oleh PAS Teluk Intan. Laporan polis telah dibuat berikutan kemungkinan penipuan yang di buat oleh Parti Artis SeMalaysia (PAS) dan sekarang hanya menunggu untuk membuat laporan kepada Pejabat Agama Islam dan pihak Kerajaan dan Media sahaja. Laporan polis berkenaan berbunyi seperti berikut:

No. Report Polis - Teluk Intan/010597/12
Tarikh: 19.08.2012; Jam 1512

"Pada jam lebih kurang pukul 6.30 pagi pada 19 Ogos 2012 saya bayar zakat fitrah di Masjid Batak Rabit, Batu 3, Jalan Maharajalela, Teluk Intan, Perak dengan bayaran tunai RM70.00 untuk 10 orang tanggungan. Apabila selesai membayar saya dapati resit yang dikeluarkan atas nama Parti Islam SeMalaysia (PAS) No Resit 9946 bagi pihak Bendahari PAS Kawasan Teluk Intan, Perak sedangkan seharusnya dikeluarkan resit di atas zakat fitrah ini daripada Majlis Agama Islam Perak. Saya telah hubungi salah seorang pegawai pihak Agama Islam dan mereka suruh maklumkan kepada pihak polis dan seterusnya merujuk kepada Jabatan Agama Islam. Inilah laporan saya."

Polis telahpun mengesahkan yang perkara yang berlaku ini adalah satu penipuan dari pihak PAS kepada orang ramai. Komen CTS senang sahaja, memang payah sangatlah PAS ni sampai kerja pejabat agama pun mereka ambil-alih! Kita tidak perlu hairankan semua ini. Sedangkan duit derma anak yatim Memali pun mereka kebas apatah lagi duit Zakat Fitrah. Kalau tak percaya, tanya Abang Mat Sabu.

Petikan dari Cucu Tok Selampit. Baca serusnya untuk tahu kisah pelik Anwar Ibrahim sini

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Penang Hindu Endowment Board ex-secretary ‘victim of DAP bickering’

KUALA LUMPUR: The political bickering between the "godfather" and "warlord" factions in DAP has now spread to the Penang Hindu Endow-ment Board.

A board commissioner, who de-clined to be identified, said the spat between the factions of party chairman Karpal Singh and deputysecretary-general Dr P. Ramasamy had forced the resignation of board secretary R. Siva Nathan.

"Siva Nathan is hardworking, affable and indifferent to the internal politicking, but in the end the demands got to him," he said.

The factions came about after Karpal and Ramasamy, the Deputy Chief Minister, had an intense verbal war last December which has yet to be resolved.

The commissioner said Ramasamy had brought in former councillor M. Ramachandran as an executive director and appointed E. Jothi as assistant secretary to strengthen his hold on the board, while the duo could not get along with Siva Nathan.

"A group of people came in and shouted at Siva Nathan recently and accused him of favouring Bagan Dalam assemblyman A. Tanasekaran and Seri Delima assemblyman R.S.N. Rayer, both board commissioners who are aligned to Karpal," he said.

Siva Nathan, who quit his post last Saturday, confirmed the incident where he was shouted at.

This is the first time in the board's history that a secretary had resig-ned.

Penang MIC Youth chief J. Dhina-garan criticised the Pakatan Rakyat government for appointing too many politicians to the board.

"The politicians are using the board to further their political interests and this has resulted in friction," he said.

Meanwhile, Penang DAP Indian Cultural Bureau secretary K. Gunabalan, also a commissioner, has urged the state government to investigate Siva Nathan's sudden resignation.

"The resignation has sparked all sorts of speculation. I am concerned since this is not good for the party as the general election is around the corner," he said.

-The STAR-

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‘Opposition are mere critics’

BATU PAHAT: The Opposition is only good at criticising the Government without displaying any concrete policy or plan, said MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek.

He said the Opposition had never shown its programmes to maintain what the nation had been enjoying now or how to even better it.

"Job opportunities and a nation's stability do not come naturally and should not be taken for granted," he said.

In contrast, the Barisan Nasional Government under the Prime Minister's leadership had taken a step further by implementing its transformation programmes to ensure continuous economic growth and improve people's lives, said Dr Chua.

"The programmes provide clear social and economic development and the whole direction is towards becoming a high-income nation by the year 2020," he said, adding that economic and social progress for the next few years was vital in bringing Malaysia out of the middle-income group.

"If we cannot get out in 10 years, we will be unable to compete with other countries, including Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia," he said during a dialogue with youths from 12 Chinese associations here yesterday.

The Opposition, added Dr Chua, had also managed to sidetrack people from the real issues affecting their lives and the country by creating and harping on highly emotional issues.

He said while many were excited over the two-party system in the wake of the 2008 general election, they forgot key matters like education, job opportunities as well as economic and social development.

"They seem to be more worried about other political issues that incite arguments rather than important matters concerning them.

"A two-party system that brings greater competition among political parties and provides alternatives for the people is good.

"Unfortunately in Malaysia, there are a lot of personal attacks rather than policy to policy or service performance comparison," he said

Many people, Dr Chua pointed out, seemed to be less bothered whether the next government could ensure the country's stability and economic growth, and create more job opportunities.

Earlier, Dr Chua, who is Batu Pa­­-hat MCA chairman, visited a health awareness campaign organised by the division's 1MCA Medical Foundation at Taman Makmur.

In PUTRAJAYA, after attending the Prime Minister's Hari Raya open house, he said open houses could be regarded as part of the 1Malaysia concept as it promoted inclusiveness.

This concept, he said, was unique to Malaysia and should be actively practised.

-The STAR-

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Redress for botched beauty jobs

PUTRAJAYA: Victims of botched cosmetic procedures can still claim even if the operators have a non-refund policy.

The Tribunal for Consumer Claims said it could determine if the contract signed had unfair terms or the treatment performed was unsatisfactory.

Its chairman Reihana Abd Razak noted there had been cases where consumers kept silent after errant operators refused to attend to their complaints following failed treatments costing several thousands of ringgit.

"The number of beauty-related cases filed with the tribunal increased from 74 in 2005 to 445 last year," she said.

From January to April this year, 90 cases were filed, indicating a downward trend, Reihana added.

The complaints involved face, hair, body and weight loss treatments while those with severe injuries usually take their case to court.

"Most cases were related to acne, pigmentation and bleaching treatments.

"There were some cases of tattooed black eye brows turning green after a few years, total loss of eye brows after laser treatment to thicken them and burns following pigmentation laser treatment," she said.

The MCA Public Services and Complaints Department recently highlighted that a 39-year-old woman suffered second-degree burns on her private parts after going through a pubic hair removal treatment.

Society for Anti Aging, Aesthetic and Regenerative Medicine Malaysiapresident Dr Selvaraj Y. Subramaniam said almost all who sought treatment after a botched procedure did not lodge complaints with the authorities, possibly due to embarrassment.

Recently, Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said guidelines on cosmetic procedures would be introduced soon to protect consumers.

-The STAR-

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Johor MCA deputy chief to meet family members of deceased over relocation of graves

JOHOR BAHARU, Aug 19 — Efforts to locate and meet the family members of the over 3,000 Chinese graves in Pengerang would start after Hari Raya, said Johor MCA deputy chairman Datuk Hoo Seong Chang.

Hoo, who was tasked by MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek to look into the matter, said he would have to meet with the state government about the matter first.

This was because the state government has its own ongoing mechanism on the relocation of the graveyards and dwellers there, he said.

"We will have to study and understand the mechanism to determine where and when is the right time for me to intervene," he told reporters at Johor Menteri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman's Hari Raya open house here today.

The graves were to be relocated to make way for the Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (RAPID).

He said that registration of the family members of the deceased would take time because while some were still staying in Pengerang, many had moved out to other districts and states.

Hoo said he would also seek the approval and advice from graveyard associations before doing so.

"Hopefully, the family members will be willing to cooperate with us," he said.

Previously, some 11,000 Muslim graves were relocated to make way for the RM60 billion RAPID project.

The authorities plan to move some 3,000 Chinese graves and another 1,000 Muslim graves soon.

Kota Tinggi police have received over 100 reports from Pengerang residents, fishermen and contractors pertaining to the relocation of the graves.

A group of residents was said to have held a protest at the graveyards in conjunction with the lunar ghost month by spending a night there in tents last night. — Bernama

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Clinically, ‘Devil-Incarnate’

An active commenter describe one time an ambitious politician, whose political stardom almost got everyone bought into his act and  nearly made it to the top. God's willing, then Prime Minister finally saw what the Police was trying to tell since 1993.

This 'Devil-Incarnate' and disciple of lucifer is unequivocally definable by these specific descriptive characteristics:

1. Pathological liar
2. Compulsive sex maniac
3. Habitual sex deviant
4. Incorrigibly corrupt and abuse power
5. Vindictive
6. Wife-beater
7. Drama king extraordinaire
8. Grandmaster of manipulator
9. Incurrably insincere
10. Supportive of 'Kalimah Allah' for use in Christianity practices
11. Darling of the Neo Con Jews
12. Apostle of mobstreet-politics-leading-to-anarchy
13. Staunch supporter of LGBT

NO need to further deliberate how dangerous this 'Devil-incarnate' is to the nation and fate of Malaysians.

This short analysis  as a comment is very accurate to describe the 'Devil-Incarnate'.

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The kind of support in terms of apparatus and tools, strategy, media coverage, political clout, tactical operations and money in the form of hard currencies the West is throwing for this 'Devil-Incarnate's cause, was simply incomprehensible by any man's wildest dreams. Forget John Perkin's "Confession of An Economic Hitman". In a former-discipile-now-turned-a-crussader-against-this-devil-incarnate's own word as an 'enlightened man', "Logically, he should already have controlled this blessed land. The kind of resources and support he gets externally is mind boggling. Its with Allah grace, we're still here administering this blessed tanah air".

An Islamist intellectual who became a politician and rose to the position as State Exco in-charge of Islamic Affairs and Malay Customs was sacked from his job, for criticizing this 'Devil-Incarnate'. He is now a warrior general in the crusade of the fight against proselytized Malay-Muslims.

That is notwithstanding in the admission of former Deputy Secretary for Muslim Affairs in Fidel Ramos's administration Umar Camlian in his own words about this 'Devil-Incarnate' at Kuala Lumpur, just a few weeks after the latter's sacking from Federal Government, party and arrest then under ISA.

"We watched him as a a fiery youth leader who talked about Islam in the 70s. We want to be friends with an activist like that since we were also fighting (Ferdinand Marco's dictatorship) tyranny. And we did. He came over to Mindanao many times and injecting motivational words in the form of fiery speeches to our MILF fighters. Then in 1982, our 'champ' was chosen by a Government which had been very supportive for our cause for years, to come into public service and power. We are happy".

"However as this man climbs up the ladder within the echelon of power, we see very little of him. Then to a point, we sees none of him. He has risen to a position of strategic influence and a member of decision making inner circle. However, we were made to understand that he is often 'seen' around Manila, but never bother to be in touch with us".

By that time, former the Phillipines Armed Forces Supremo Gen. Fidel Ramos succeeded Mrs Cory Aquino as President. Ramos, decided to engage the Mindanao Muslims and they started seriously talk. Then, they had a treaty, ended the bloody feud and Ramos was open enough to bring in several Mindanao Muslim leaders as part of his Cabinet team, including ambassadors representing the Phillipines amongst the OIC countries.

One of them is HE Alvaro Alvarez, who was the Phillipines Ambassador to Tunisia when Camlian told this story about the 'Devil-Incarnate'.

The 'Darling of the Neo Con Jews" being ushered to inspect a military parade on his honour and escorted by then Defense Secretary Cohen in The Pentagon

"Even though we laid down arms, but we never disbanded our 'intelligence' network. So every time when the Devil-Incarnate was in town, we got him followed. We took very close observation of whom he is with. One of the most usual 'company' whenever he is Manila is one of Marcos's 'Black Ops' general, who was then one of the President's closest  'cold war warrior' aide by the name of 'Gomes'. We followed his everywhere".

"One time, Gomes brought the Devil-Incarnate to a paramilitary training camp in the provincial home of the late Benigno "Ninoy" Acquino. We saw how this 'Devil-Incarnate' see for himself how persons believed to be Sabahan secessionists being trained by 'Black Ops' agents for paramilitary training. We are now dead sure that he is part of 'Devil's Own' network to take over the control of this region".

Today, this 'Devil-Incarnate' is a tool of the Neo Con Jewish agenda to overpower and re-colonialise all the Muslim controlled countries just like Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and now in the process, Syria. He is working out an 'Arab-Spring' styled Neo Con Jewish sponsored mobstreet-turned-chaos dubbed as 'Malaysian Spring' as a tool for the agenda of minority overpowering the majority.

For the sake of God al Mighty and Muhammad the Rasulullah, this 'Devil-Incarnate' must be stopped, at all cost.


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PAS Rembat Duit Zakat Umat Islam Masuk Perut Sendiri !



PAS Zalim ! PAS Jahat!

Terima Kasih Kerana Sudi Membaca
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Budak sekarang kenakan YB masa beraya?


Di musin raya ini, budak-budak buat satu geng untuk raya dari rumah ke rumah. Kita tahu budak-budak ini datang hanya untuk duit raya tapi keluarga Husin pastikan kedatangan budak-budak ini diraikan.

Keluarga kami akan pastikan budak-budak ini dihidangkan air Maklumlah haus budak-budak ini berjalan. Sambil tu, container kueh dipastikan berisi. Ada makanan pun dihidangkan. Kita akan bantu mulakan perbualan dan tanya soalan dan adakala berikan nasihat.

Pantang kami untuk kasikan mereka duit sebelum mereka masuk rumah. Kunjungan kanak-kanak ini membawa bersama doa dan rahmat. Satu hari mereka akan membesar dan layanan kita kepada kedatangan mereka akan tertera dalam ingatan.

Kita mungkin dah lupa ... jadi YB-YB semua kena beringat. Setiap gerak geri kita membina pandangan masyarakat terhadap kita di masakini dan masa depan.


Ada orang cerita cakap dan ini tidak semesti betul.

Dato Husam Musa sibuk melayan tetamu dan malas nak melayan budak-budak yang datang berkunjung rumahnya. Tak tahulah dia sedang sibuk melayan ahli PAS baru bernama Tamrin Tun Ghaffar dan sembang cerita balak ke ....walluhu alam.

Kisahnya datang satu kumpulan budak-budak nak beraya. Baik dengar loceng ditekan, Huse keluar dan belum dibuka gate, dia tanya mereka, "Nok gapo?"
Budak-budak ini diam saja. Mereka salah sangka Huse serupa marah. Taulah gaya Husam mudah disalah sangka seriusnya. Lalu Huse tanya, "Make ko duik?"

Budak-budak tu tengok saja muka Huse dan tidak berkata apa-apa. Lalu ditanya pula, "Goyak lo mu nak make?"

Akhirnya mereka menyahut, "Doh tokse make ... kenye."

"Kasi duek sajo bule ....?"

"Tokse."

Peace buat YB yang kena dengan kami 

"Cepak ... mu nak gapo?"

"i-pad sore se ...." lalu terus mereka jalan.

Huse tersentak sekejap. Apa ke lojik budak ni nak mintak i-pad dengan aku. Satu i-pad harga ribu. Mintak beg atau yuran sekolah takpa juga.

Lepas sejenak, Huse sedar bahawa dia diperli budak-budak. Syukur ... lepas tu, Huse nampak baru. Sejak tu baru dia sedia menerima kunjungan kanak-kanak yang datang beraya ni. Entah-entah malaikat tak yang kunjung dia ....

Husin tertanya ... tak mahu dia saman raja dalam menyaman blogger yang mengalahkan Rais Yatim.  

Wow! Lagi untung budak jual YB dari dapat duit raya
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