22 January 2017

39 lelaki bogel di pusat peranginan...

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Polis menahan 39 peserta satu program motivasi kerana disyaki berkelakuan lucah di tempat awam di sebuah resort di Bentong tengah malam tadi.

Ketua Polis Daerah Bentong Supt Mohamad Mansor Mohd Nor berkata polis menahan kumpulan lelaki berumur dalam lingkungan 19 hingga 23 tahun itu dalam serbuan pada pukul 12.30 tengah malam setelah mendapat aduan daripada orang awam.

"Polis mendapat maklumat daripada orang awam menerusi panggilan telefon pada pukul 6.12 petang semalam yang memberitahu ada sekumpulan lelaki berbogel menjalankan aktiviti di padang permainan di kawasan resort tersebut.

"Seterusnya polis menjalankan siasatan dan mendapati kejadian itu telah
berlaku dan kumpulan lelaki yang dilihat berbogel merupakan peserta kem motivasi di resort terbabit," katanya kepada Bernama hari ini.

Mohamad Mansor berkata menurut ketua penyelia aktiviti motivasi itu,
kejadian berkenaan dipercayai berlaku apabila peserta terbabit menanggalkan pakaian untuk membentuk garisan panjang dalam satu permainan dinamakan 'All Out' pada pukul 5.30 petang semalam.

"Dalam permainan itu, peserta yang sudah dibahagikan kepada beberapa kumpulan dikehendaki membuat garisan panjang dengan menggunakan alatan yang ada pada badan peserta.

"Semasa permainan ada peserta mulai menanggalkan pakaian untuk membentuk garisan tersebut dan menyebabkan keadaan berlarutan sehingga peserta mula menanggalkan semua pakaian serta berbogel," katanya.

Beliau berkata sembilan fasilitator termasuk dua wanita bagi program
motivasi yang dirancang selama tiga hari bermula Jumaat lepas turut ditahan bagi membantu siasatan mengikut Seksyen 294(a) Kanun Keseksaan. -Bernama

Cops nab 39 for going nude at motivation camp

No Najib, the numbers don't add up...

The electoral make-up of Malaysia simply will not allow DAP or non-Malays to call the shots, in the event Pakatan Harapan wins the next general election, said DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang.

Regardless of whether Umno or Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak remains in power, the reality is there are just too few seats which has non-Malay representation, said Lim.

"How is it possible that Malays, who dominate in 70 percent of the parliamentary seats in Peninsular Malaysia, will lose political power to the Chinese, who are in the majority in only 13 percent of the parliamentary seats?" said Lim in a statement today.

Lim was referring to Najib's claim that DAP will likely have the largest say should Pakatan Harapan and its ally Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia form the next federal government.

Najib said that in a democracy, the party with the most seats will rule, thereby implying that DAP will have the most seats in the Dewan Rakyat in the event of a Harapan-Bersatu government.

'Big Nazi lies'

This, said Lim, was part of Najib and Umno's "Goebbelian" tactics to repeat a simple lie until the Malay rural folk believe in it.

Lim said it was "puerile and ludicrous" that on one hand, Umno and their agents had been accusing Mahathir of subservient to DAP while MCA and Gerakan have been accusing the very opposite.

"Clearly, these BN leaders and propagandists cannot understand neither Mahathir or I is the stooge or puppet of the other, that we can continue to disagree on many political questions but yet can come together on the larger national agenda of saving Malaysia from becoming a global kleptocracy and a failed and rogue state," said Lim.

Regardless of whether the allegations made sense or not, Lim predicted that BN's propagandists will continue to peddle the "Big Nazi Lies" about DAP all the way until the next general election, because the prospect of losing grip of Putrajaya was very real.

However, Lim believed that the ongoing campaign to demonise himself and DAP will come to naught.

"Only cretins and political medicine-sellers will believe or disseminate lies that there can be a DAP or DAP-controlled government after the next general election," he said. - mk

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Korang mesti tau kan...

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21 January 2017

Bila 'burungnya' tersangut dalam botol mineral...

He claimed he had decided to urinate in a water bottle as he could not reach the bathroom in time, when his penis got stuck.
If you wanna be with me,
Baby there's a price to pay,
I'm a weenie in a bottle,

Seorang pemuda terpaksa menanggung kesakitan kira-kira 90 minit akibat kemaluannya tersangkut dalam botol air mineral sebelum "dibebaskan' anggota bomba.

Penolong Pengarah Operasi Bomba dan Penyelamat Selangor, Mohd Sani Harul berkata kejadian berlaku di Telok Gong, Pelabuhan Klang apabila pemuda berumur 21 tahun terbabit cuba membuang air kecil di dalam botol itu di rumahnya kira-kira 4 pagi tadi.

"Pemuda itu yang dalam keadaan terdesak cuba memotong botol air mineral itu menggunakan gergaji logam," katanya dalam kenyataan di sini.

Beliau berkata tindakan itu sebaliknya lebih memudaratkan menyebabkan kecederaan pada kemaluannya hingga berlaku pendarahan yang banyak.

Katanya sepasukan anggota bomba dari Balai Bomba dan Penyelamat Pelabuhan Klang serta Andalas yang menerima panggilan kecemasan kira-kira 5.25 pagi, bergegas ke lokasi kejadian dan berjaya memotong botol itu dan menamatkan penderitaan pemuda itu dalam tempoh 10 minit. 

Mangsa kini menerima rawatan di Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah di Klang, katanya. - Bernama


Acara lepak santai sambil minum teh tarik di Gombak lewat malam Isnin lepas menyaksikan segerombolan lelaki Melayu pertengahan usia, bersongkok, gendut dan garang misainya tiba-tiba kelihatan manja dan tersipu-sipu, menyambut kedatangan Ketua Parlimen DAP, Lim Kit Siang.

Kit Siang dijadual beraksi malam itu bersama Naib Presiden Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia, Datuk Rashid Asari, serta pengerusi Amanah Wilayah Persekutuan, Dr Hatta Ramli.

Gerombolan lelaki Melayu pertengahan usia ini semua memakai pakaian merah, sisa-sisa kenangan daripada parti keramat yang telah ditinggalkan namun masih melekat sebagai identiti parti cap bunga raya pimpinan bekas Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Meski dengan baju merah, songkok tinggi, misai tebal dan berperwatakan panglima Melayu pantang dijentik itu; semua kelihatan sejuk hati berhadapan Kit Siang yang pernah dianggap musuh tradisi. Segala kanta perkauman penuh kebencian yang digunakan untuk memandang Kit Siang sebagai komunis, anti-Melayu, anti-Islam, cauvinis Cina, dan segala yang buruk-buruk selama ini habis tertanggal semua.

Pada saya ini lambang Kit Siang sebagai seorang pemberani, yang sanggup membuka jalan perpaduan dan meleburkan pagar-pagar besi perkauman, berbanding mereka yang sedikit penyegan dan malu-malu mahu berinteraksi kerana kekangan-kekangan komunikasi, budaya dan sebagainya.

Acara anjuran DAP malam itu seakan diambil alih seluruhnya oleh gerombolan parti baru Mahathir. Penuh muka-muka totok UMNO yang sedang perlahan-lahan bertatih menuruti langkah yang telah dirintis Kit Siang sejak 51 tahun lalu.

Bagi saya ini sangat comel. Seperti melihat anak-anak kecil yang baru belajar berjalan, setelah lelah dipimpin tangannya sejak Reformasi 1998.

Tertanggalkah hijab minda Melayu?

Rata-rata mereka yang hadir malam itu punya banyak persoalan yang sudah lama menanti untuk dileraikan. Ya lah, selama dalam UMNO, propaganda yang disaji habis ditelan mentah-mentah tanpa usul periksa. Apabila UMNO telah dibuang jauh ke belakang, dan hijab-hijab yang mengaburi pandangan habis terlerai, maka mulalah bertanya untuk menjernihkan segala yang keruh.

Melihat sendiri bagaimana lapis demi lapis fitnah dan tuduhan yang selama ini dilemparkan kepada Kit Siang akhirnya dibersihkan sendiri oleh tangan-tangan bekas UMNO ini agak menggelikan hati. Pun begitu saya merasa lega. Akhirnya mereka mengaku juga bahawa segala tuduhan yang dilempar kepada Kit Siang dan DAP itu semuanya tidak benar belaka.

Malah ada yang bertanya, “Apa yang DAP telah ambil daripada orang Melayu selama ini? Dan apa pula yang UMNO telah ambil daripada orang Melayu?”

Apa yang aneh bagi saya ialah bagaimana mereka ini memerlukan masa yang begitu lama untuk menyedari kejahatan UMNO selama ini? Adakah tidak cukup maklumat dan ceramah untuk meyakinkan bahawa UMNO itu bobrok dan korup membusuk hingga ke dasar?

Namun lebih aneh lagi ialah apa yang berlaku semalam di Universiti Malaya.

Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak, berbusana kemeja santai, berucap di pentas bulat dikelilingi ratusan anak muda kelihatan seolah-olah masih punya kredibiliti.

Ya kita tahu, penonton dan tukang soal semua sudah habis ditapis sebelum diizin masuk ke Dewan Tuanku Canselor itu. Cuba kalau benar dibuat acara ‘town hall’ itu secara terbuka. Entah apa bala bakal menimpa. Silap-silap Mahathir pun ada bersama. Tapi itu bukan poin saya.

Gaya seolah-olah ada kredibiliti sambil berbicara soal masa depan dan rasa percaya kepada negara itu, kelihatan sangat meyakinkan. Najib Razak kelihatan sangat percaya bahawa agenda barunya untuk menggantikan Wawasan 2020 itu akan diterima dan dilambung sebagai legasinya 30 tahun lagi.

Untuk itu, kita perlu ingatkan Datuk Seri Perdana Menteri bahawa, ya, kita semua percaya kepada negara dan segala nilai murni yang dikongsi bersama, tanpa mengira latar kaum, keturunan, agama mahupun ekonomi.

Tetapi kita tidak lagi boleh percaya kepada Datuk Seri Perdana Menteri.

Kalau gerombolan bekas-bekas UMNO yang dahulu totok mahu meludah muka Lim Kit Siang pun kini sudah bergegas menghindar dan menubuhkan parti baru. Inikan pula anak-anak muda celik teknologi dengan maklumat di hujung jari.

Ya minda Melayu sudah kian terbuka, untuk membaca, bertanya dan mempersoal segala penipuan yang telah dihidangkan sekian lama.

Janganlah terus cuba ditipu kami semua lagi. Transformasi Nasional 2050 bakal menyaksikan masa depan negara ini, tanpa United Malays National Organisation. – Roketkini.com

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TN50 Apa Pula ? Bajet Bayar Gaji Profesor / Lecturer IPTA Sampai Ogos Sahaja.

Remember the most recent news about University Malaya  laying off over 700 contract staff? It is also going to affect University Malaya's wold rankings because some (if not many) of those contract staff are researchers who conduct research and write papers which goes towards pushing up UM's world rankings.

No salary no researchers.
No researchers no research papers.
No research papers downgrade in rankings.  

Here is something else folks. It is a fact that in Budget 2017 (which was tabled last October 2016) the Budget for the payment of salaries to all the IPTA's permanent staffs (including professors and lecturers) is only until August of 2017.

For September until December 2017 there is so far no "peruntukan" to pay monthly salaries. Meaning, technically, the IPTA staffs will be paid until August 2017.  

This is no big deal. I believe these things have happened before. What will happen is that the relevant Ministry will raise the matter to the Minister who will then ask the gomen for extra 'peruntukan'. A supplementary Budget can be passed and shortfalls made up during the course of the year. No big deal.

But the talk is that for this year there will be no more Supplementary Budgets. Jeng .. ..jeng  .. ..jeng.   This is what I heard.



The last part of Point no. 3  'predicted widespread unrest in the universities" is highly speculative.  This is Malaysia. Such things will not happen here. 

As I said before, they will drive their cars until the petrol tank becomes empty and their cars stop running. Then they will get down and just stand there by the roadside not knowing what else to do.

Or the politicians will give them a kain pelikat or two, give them RM50 or give them BR1M and they will quietly go away.  There will be no widespread unrest. 

I do not know the source of the above power point slide.  But lets take a look at it.

Point 1 and 2 are facts. All the public universities are suffering deficits in their Operating Budgets. This means they do not have enough money to cover all their expenses including paying salaries. Hence UM laying off over 700 staff. Lecturers are restricted to one ream of paper per year ! !

Public universities will be forced to use their savings, endowments or sell their assets. 

(Property developers from China or local Chinese who wish to develop those old University Malaya owned bungalows along Jalan University can call the Vice Chancellor now.  His toll free number is 1-800-5555.  Ask for extra cheese ok.  They may be ready to sell those lands.)  

I do not know if UM will be bankrupt in 2 to 3 years.   But when their expenses and cash outflows exceeds their revenues and cash inflows they will become cashflow negative or "technically bankrupt". 

Talk is the gomen itself has been in this "technically bankrupt" situation since September last year or earlier.  Yes maybe July as well. Cashflow negative. Talk is the gomen has been borrowing money to cover its operating expenses. 

If University Malaya has retrenched 700 staff, surely it will affect their academic programs. Yes student intake will be affected. They will not be able to take in as many students. 

What about the other public universities? They cannot be any better shape than University Malaya? So if the intake of students is reduced, where will our school leavers go  for higher education? Especially Malay and bumiputra students? 

The Chinese students will go to Xiamen University, Taylors University, Nottingham, Segi, UCSI, Monash, Curtin, UTAR and so many more. All highly ranked, well staffed and efficient private universities.  Graduates of these private universities are highly sought after by the private sector economy.  

I think this is a very good time to enter the 'kain pelikat' business.  

Unlike point 6 above, I think the private sector universities will become even more sustainable. They will become the premier universities in Malaysia. 

UTAR, Taylors, Monash and others are already building up a very good name for themselves.  Some of them are developing into research universities as well. 

Those "private" universities that are dependent on the gomen in one way or another will suffer. For example those institutes that depend on gomen money to pay the fees of 'Matrikulasi' students or those universities that depend on the PTPTN loans for their students will see a big hit in the numbers for enrolment.  These universities and institutions will go bust or be put up for sale.

Yes private universities and private parties will be interested to buy up any of the public and private universities if they are put up for sale. 

If any of them are interested to sell out,  please call this toll free number 1-800-5555. Please ask for extra cheese again.

Tuan-tuan do you know what is really happening? Kiamat sudah sampai.  This is the kiamat that has been promised. It is here.

You can continue to bungle along. You are about to lose everything. Sadly your children can become poorer.  

Ideally every generation should become better than the previous generation. Except in the Islamic societies and Islamic countries.  With them the pattern is reversed. 

Kekawan I dont need your money or your support. But do listen to me. Its free advice. 

I am a selfish businessman. If you become wealthy and happy I become wealthy and happy too.  Its as simple as that.

Susah sangat ke nak faham? - ostb

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Sebenarnya, yang berlaku di Forest City bukanlah pelaburan asing, tetapi penjualan tanah kepada syarikat asing. Ketika saya menjadi Timbalan Perdana Menteri, saya mempengerusikan Mesyuarat Majlis Tanah Negara yang dihadiri oleh semua Menteri Besar dan Ketua Menteri. Dasar kerajaan pada ketika itu ialah tanah-tanah yang dijual kepada pelabur asing mestilah TIDAK BERSTATUS HAK MILIK KEKAL. Ini penting supaya tanah-tanah ini tidak jatuh ke tangan pihak asing.

Adakah dasar ini telah tidak dipatuhi oleh kerajaan negeri Johor ketika meluluskan penjualan tanah-tanah di Forest City kepada syarikat asing? Atau adakah DASAR MENGENAI PEMILIKAN TANAH OLEH ORANG ASING TELAH BERUBAH? Persoalan ini perlu dijawab oleh kerajaan negeri Johor dan kerajaan Persekutuan. - Tan Sri Muhyiddin Hj Mohd Yassin



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Guan Eng pi shopping baju kat kedai murah pula.

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20 January 2017

'Harga' sentuhan payu dara Nikita RM226,000 saja ...


Selebriti yang pernah dikaitkan dengan sindiket pelacuran, Nikita Mirzani, merelakan payu daranya disentuh oleh dua lelaki. Aksi menyentuh payu dara itu dirakam dalam sebuah klip video sebelum ditularkan di media sosial.

Ekoran kejadian tidak bermoral itu menggemparkan pengguna dunia maya, pelakon Perempuan Perempuan Liar itu tampil membuat penjelasan.

“Video itu sudah setahun lamanya. Video itu dilakukan atas dasar kontrak iaitu dibayar Rp800 juta (RM266,477 ribu),” katanya seperti dilapor media tempatan.

Bagaimanapun, janda anak dua itu tetap mempunyai alasan untuk 'menghalalkan' aksi berkenaan. Katanya, dua lelaki yang menyentuh payu dara itu bukanlah "lelaki sejati" sebaliknya dua orang yang gemar berpakaian perempuan.

Atas alasan itulah, Nikita berkata dia memberi kebenaran kepada "dua lelaki" terbabit untuk memegang payu dara miliknya.

“Itukan mak nyah, bukan lelaki asli,” katanya.

Walaupun saat ini video klip terbabit sudah menjadi tular di media sosial, Nikita menjelaskan emosinya tidak tergugat dengan perkara itu.


Dalam video yang dimuat naik di Instagram itu, Nikita diajukan beberapa soalan oleh dua orang lelaki. Sampai pada satu ketika, seorang daripada lelaki terbabit bertanyakan tentang keaslian payu dara Nikita.

Akibat 'tersinggung', Nikita mempersilakan dua lelaki tadi melakukan ujian ke atas payu daranya bagi memastikan ia adalah asli.

Nikita sebelum ini pernah ditangkap dan didakwa melacurkan diri dalam serbuan polis di sebuah hotel mewah di Jakarta pada 10 Disember 2015. Turut ditangkap bersamanya adalah seorang model Puty Regita dan dua bapa ayam. 

Nikita bagaimanapun menafikan menjual badan sebaliknya mengaku dirinya adalah mangsa pemerdagangan manusia. Selain video, Nikita turut menggemparkan umum dengan imej separuh bogel yang menggiurkan dan beredar di Internet.- mk


Kontroversi pelantikan syarikat pembinaan daripada negara China sebagai kontraktor perumahan di Perak dipersoalkam sedangkan projek-projek berkenaan tidak memerlukan kepakaran asing.

Merujuk perjanjian kerajaan negeri Perak dengan firma China Huashi Enterprises Company Limited dalam melaksanakan projek fasa kedua Rumah Mampu Milik D Aman Residensi di Meru Raya, Parti Amanah Negara (AMANAH) mempersoalkan kewajaran itu.

“Kami mempersoalkan apakah kewajaran kerajaan negeri memberikan projek tersebut kepada syarikat asing sedangkan masih banyak pemaju dan syarikat tempatan yang mampu melaksanakan projek tersebut.

“Sedangkan, pembinaan rumah mampu milik bukanlah satu projek yang memerlukan kepakaran tertentu yang memungkinkan untuk memilih syarikat asing sebagai pemaju,” kata Ketua Pemuda AMANAH Perak Hasnul Zulkarnain dalam satu kenyataan.

Menurutnya, projek-projek seumpama itu sewajarnya ditawarkan kepada pemaju tempatan dan ia secara tidak langsung memberi manfaat kepada rakyat di negeri Perak.

Hasnul juga menyoal sama ada kontraktor yang dipilih melalui tender atau pilihan secara mutlak oleh kerajaan negeri Perak?

“Adakah kontraktor daripada China ini menawarkan kos pembinaan yang jauh lebih rendah daripada syarikat-syarikat tempatan?

“Sekiranya kosnya jauh lebih rendah, kami berharap tawaran perumahan kepada rakyat diberikan dengan harga yang lebih rendah dan berpatutan berbanding harga ketika ini.

“Tawarkan rumah yang benar-benar mampu milik, bukan hanya mampu tengok!” katanya. - mk
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Read full article here and here...

- Harvard profs say M'sia education policies fail to filter down to students 
- Msian grads equated to Danish high school dropouts
- Harvard prof Lant Pritchett found Indon similar to M'sia
- grads in Indon same as junior high school dropouts in Denmark

(Ostb : Prof Pritchett has just made the Education Ministry's job even easier. Now they will benchmark our education system against Indonesia !! Well two million Indons work here as house maids and labourers. Yesterday I had a mind freaking time at a construction site with an Indon supervisor. They balanced a four ton back hoe tractor on a half dry cement wall. The wall crumbled.  Please benchmark ourselves against the best in the world for example Singapore or Denmark. Please dont benchmark Malaysia with the Indons, the Saudis or the Zimbabwes. That is the easy way out.)

- reason is students leave school without mastering subjects 
- they reach tertiary (level), left far behind
- no deep understanding of materials
- rote memorisation, applying theory, regurgitating exams

(Ostb : But they have Hysteria Kits at University Malaysia Pahang. They can build a grave inside a school compound to remind them of death. When they grow up they can have 'Tandas Muslimin'. Even when they reach Oxford or Cambridge they surf porn. Or they can join ISIS. Or they can get jobs at the jabatan agama. Or they can become Cabinet Ministers.)

- real measure of education is mastery of subject with practical application
- system should redefine role of education 
- are children emerging from school adequate for 21st century

(Ostb :  Well at the MRSM Ulil Al Bab campuses the kids practise shooting arrows from horseback. They want to emulate the early Arabs. This is very 21st century. This will prepare the MRSM Ulil Al Bab kids to become extras in Sylvester Stallone's next film 'Back to Afghanistan Again'. Yup they will be adequate for the 21st century.

- Harvard Prof Woolcock said big challenge is make system work for everybody
- European system worked well for 200 years 
- good traditional practice 
- students learn critical thinking skills, apply what they learn
- Woolcock spent 18 months researching Malaysian education system.

(Ostb : After 18 months of serious research, Harvard Prof Woolcock has given Ostb a sneak preview of his research findings on the Malaysian education system. Here it is :

1. Dumb and dumber
2. Idiocracy
3. Bodoh nak mampos
4. Export of labourers to Singapore increasing   

End of sneak preview. No 4 is real ok, many Malays are now working as labourers in Singapore. Many Chinese and Indians are working as managers in Singapore.

- 51% of  lower classes, factory workers, cannot read manuals 
- cannot do basic procedures
- unable to apply theory or understand English

(Ostb : Never mind. They can become peneroka. UMNO can keep them there as their vote bank. They need the unthinking people to keep voting for this gomen. If they can apply theory or understand too much English then they will become like OutSyed The Box. Can you imagine how much headache and havoc that will cause?))

- English a big barrier
- biggest barriers was English 
- Europeans are good at English and native language
- in Iceland everyone speaks Icelandic and English
- They learn English to do deals with Italians, Spaniards 

(Ostb : So what? Who gives a sh_t? They dont speak English in heaven. What is the use of learning English if you are going to heaven.

- Better tracking system
- Malaysia needs system to track why schools perform better or worse 

(Ostb :  Tamil primary schools are now tops in the country in Mathematics and Science. Chinese schools are producing all round high achievers. They are also tops in Mathematics, Science, English and ethics for their students. Yup Chinese schools have changed tremendously. So what is the solution? Shut down Tamil and Chinese schools. Then the problem is solved. The gomen schools dont have to be embarrassed by the Chinese and Tamil schools.)

Conclusion :  The Harvard professors have been studying the Malaysian Education system for 18 months. These are Harvard professors. Do you think the Ministry of Education will read their report or study their research findings or implement their recommendations? I dont think so.

There is no money in such things. They would rather pay Mcshitty another RM1 billion for another education blueprint and  makan some kickbacks. Or go to Boston for the Power Point presentation. And sneak out to go shopping.  That would be more fun.- ostb

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Forest City rupanya diisytihar ZON BEBAS CUKAI sejak 6 Mac 2016, setaraf Langkawi, Tioman dan Labuan!Status tersebut diumumkan sendiri Najib semasa pengumuman pembangunan pulau buatan manusia di Iskandar Malaysia, Gelang Patah, Johor pada hari sama.Najib juga turut mengumumkan Forest City TIADA SYARAT KEKANGAN EKUITI kepada syarikat asing.Ini bermakna mereka BEBAS MEMBELI apa sahaja bentuk pembangunan yang didirikan di pulau berkenaan tanpa perlu berkongsi peratusan bahagian dengan syarikat tempatan.Hidup Melayu...

Johor akan dipenuhi warga China...
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Evolution...

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19 January 2017

Anwar boleh cabar keputusan Lembaga Pengampunan...


Mahkamah Rayuan di Putrajaya membenarkan Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim membangkitkan dua persoalan undang-undang berkaitan cabarannya terhadap bidang kuasa Lembaga Pengampunan dirujuk ke Mahkamah Persekutuan.

Hakim juga mengarahkan kes berkenaan didengar di mahkamah tinggi. Pengurusan bagi kes berkenaan ditetapkan pada 2 Februari ini.

Keputusan sebulan suara itu dibuat tiga hakim diketuai Datuk Rohana Yusuf, Dua lagi hakim ialah Datuk Seri Zakaria Sam dan Datuk Mary Lim.

Ekoran keputusan itu, Anwar menyatakan rasa lega dan syukurnya.

"Alhamdulillah. Saya di sini untuk menghadapi perjuangan yang sukar tetapi keputusan ini dialu-alukan," katanya.

Sebelum ini tanggapan meluas mengenai Lembaga Pengampunan ialah keputusannya tidak boleh dipertikaikan.

Bagaimanapun, Anwar membangkitkan persoalan undang-undang berdasarkan kes di United Kingdom dan pindaan Artikel 40 (1A) Perlembagaan Persekutuan pada 1994.

Peguam Anwar, N Surendran, berkata keputusan itu mempunyai implikasi besar bahawa Mahkamah Persekutuan bersetuju dengan mereka, keputusan Lembaga Pengampunan boleh dipersoalkan.

"Ini memberi kesan kepada hak semua banduan, terutama mereka yang berdepan hukuman mati.

"Jika Mahkamah Rayuan membenarkannya, hak banduan untuk di dengar di depan Lembaga Pengampunan akan dibuat," katanya. - mk


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The Malay Tsunami...

Many pollsters, economists, experts and scholars believe that the Barisan Nasional led by Datuk Seri Najib Razak will win the next General Election easily. Some even predict a two-thirds BN majority in Parliament, halting the gains that the Opposition has made over the past three elections. They may be experts but they are all wrong.

No country in the world with leaders who have taken money from public coffers — as much as RM3 billion — can win a re-election. Has there been a kleptocracy that has won a democratic election with a two-thirds majority? I have not heard of such a thing. Why then are the experts writing off the chances of the Opposition in Malaysia?

The answer is simply that these experts do not think much of Malaysians as a people. They do not believe Malaysians care at all about kleptocracy or about massive corruption. They think we are a bunch of buffoons who will be happy to receive some crumbs near polling day and we will return the current leaders to power.

These experts do not think much of Muslims in Malaysia, who are the majority of voters. They think our Islamisation policy is totally superficial and totally ineffective at instilling the right religious values amongst Muslims here. They think Malaysian Muslims do not care about integrity and honesty, and can be easily duped by their leaders with the promise of “hudud” and subsidised trips to Mecca, which will cause them to forget all about injustice and corruption.

These experts do not think much about Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. They think Malays have forgotten the many things he has done for them. The experts think Tun Dr Mahathir has no more influence and that he is just an angry old man who cannot match the firepower and ruthless machinations of the Prime Minister. They think he only has nuisance-value.

These experts do not think much of Malaysia’s three million civil servants. They think that these civil servants—frequently subjected to raids for corrupt practices—are still a solid voting block for UMNO. To them, these civil servants do not feel ashamed to serve a Government that is full of lies and hypocrisy. They think these civil servants have no sympathy for their colleagues who have been sacked, dismissed or demoted for wanting to do a professional job.

These experts think civil servants do not care if Government money is used for the personal luxuries of BN leaders. In other words, they think the Malays who comprise the bulk of the service are a bunch of fools who tolerate being berated for stealing money from the people although politicians are spared such accusations.

These experts do not think that the people will retaliate when their land is taken away for high-rise buildings and mega-projects, or when food prices rise to sky-high levels. These experts believe that people will stay loyal to the BN despite facing daily financial problems caused by high prices and by low wages. These experts think people will accept that this is their fate and will continue to be indebted to the Government and will stay grateful forever.

These experts are all wrong. Malays are waiting for the election to come sooner rather than later. There will be such a huge Malay tsunami against the BN that Najib and company won’t even know what hit them.

Malay voters do not answer questionnaires. They do not want BN and UMNO operators to cause them problems, so they pretend that they support UMNO—but change is in the air. A huge swing of voters to the Opposition is in the offing and we will have a new Government after GE14.

The Opposition’s campaign is not about race or religion. It’s simply about how much humiliation people can suffer at the hands of those in power. The coming General Election will be a contest between the needs of ordinary Malaysians against the interests of the greedy and unscrupulous.

Never has an election been held in this country when the issues have been so clear cut. Do not feel intimidated by the predictions of experts. The people will win this contest.

To my Chinese readers and friends, Gong Xi fa Chai .Please accept our best wishes, and a happy and prosperous New Year. Do not be disheartened that in the last three general election, the opposition had fallen short, and Ini Kali la was another hollow shout from a grieving electorate. Your continued support is necessary for a more peaceful and prosperous Malaysia. - zaid ibrahim


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EC using ‘backdoor’ to change boundaries...

Penang Institute has shown examples of "hard evidence" of the Electoral Commission's (EC) alleged sustaining and worsening malapportionment of parliamentary and state assembly seats in view of the coming general election.

The state think-tank has conducted a thorough analysis to examine the constitutional compliance of the EC's recommendation for 165 parliamentary and 445 state constituencies.

While presenting the report, PI researcher Wong Chin Huat said the EC's recommendations were found to be flawed in two major ways.

"They are sustaining non-compliance with Sub-section 2(c) and causing non-compliance with Sub-section 2(c)," Wong claimed.

Sub-section 2(c) of the 13th Schedule of the Federal Constitution states that the number of voters in each constituency ought to be approximately equal.

This should prevail, unless there is greater difficulty of reaching voters and other disadvantages facing rural constituencies.

Wong explained that non-compliance is defined as deviation from the state average by more than 33.33 percent.

Evidence of non-compliance

Wong said the EC's redelineation should comprise two steps: (a) identifying instances of non-compliance and (b) proposing boundary changes to correct or reduce such instances of non-compliance.

However, PI's studies have shown that 38 state seats remained over-represented in Kedah (1), Kelantan (3), Penang (2), Perak (1), Pahang (6), Selangor (11) and Negeri Sembilan (6) and Johor (8), he said.

The report showed that EC has sustained under-representation in 40 state seats in Kedah (2), Kelantan (2), Terengganu (2), Penang (5), Perak (4), Pahang (4), Selangor (1), Negeri Sembilan (3), Malacca (3) and Johor (14).

"One seat in Johor was near average in size of voters but after EC's recommendation, it has increased by more than 33.3 percent (over-representation)," Wong noted.

"Likewise, eight state seats - Perak (2), Selangor (4), and Malacca (2) were near average size but after EC's redelineation, they have become over-represented by 33.3 percent, " he added.

He cited examples in Bukit Lanjan, Selangor (held by PKR's Elizabeth Wong) and Kajang (held by PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail), which were near average size but are now over-represented after the EC's redelineation.

"For example, in Kuala Lumpur, the EC recommendations would change Lembah Pantai's electorate from being just above average to being undersized by more than 10 percent," Wong said.

"The EC must be accountable to all these instances of non-compliance and make public its reason to do so," he added.

He was responding to the Court of Appeal decision on Jan 10, which ruled that voters cannot get information from the Election Commission on how it arrived at the process of redelineation.

Sustaining non-compliance in Penang

Wong said the institution's analysis showed the EC "did not touch" Penang but has sustained oversized representation in Paya Terubong, Batu Maung and Batu Uban.

It has also sustained under-sized seats such as Air Putih and Balik Pulau, without giving any reason to do so.

"EC should identify the problematic areas and correct them, instead of not giving any recommendation at all," Wong said.

It was also revealed that the EC's recommendation worsened the over-representation in three parliamentary constituencies in Selangor.

The three parliamentary constituencies were constitutionally compliant (having the right size of voters) before the EC recommendations.

The ideal size is to find the average number of voters for each state.

"Why make things worse, why doesn't the EC correct what is wrong?" Wong asked.

Make grounds for redelineation known

Wong said the EC should reveal its grounds for redelineation as it is not reasonable to expect the public to "second guess" EC's considerations and give it benefits of doubt.

"Only with EC revealing its grounds for its recommendations, the public may access the constitutionality of these recommendations," Wong said.

"Without making known its grounds, it would appear that the EC is helping BN stay in power," he added.

Other research fellows involved in the report were Toh Kin Woon, Yeong Pey Jung, Nidhal Mujahid and Ooi Kok Hin.- mk



The bouncing ringgit...


Kau kata tak guna duit MARA tapi sebenarnya kau dah gunakan,
itu menipu namanya...

cheers.

18 January 2017

Dr.M : Biaq pi lah kalu saya dituduh penderhaka,tuduhlah...

Pembangunan Johor Baru...
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Selepas ditegur Sultan Johor sebagai melampaui batas, bekas perdana menteri Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad menulis surat menjawab kenyataan itu.

Melalui surat yang disiarkan hari ini Dr Mahathir berkata beliau tidak pasti sama ada kenyataan dibuat Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar semalam benar-benar mencabarnya atau ia sekadar tafsiran akhbar.

“Namun, kecuali DYMM menafikan baginda mencabar saya, saya menganggap laporan The Star itu adalah benar," katanya sambil mengingatkan keadaan tidak berpihak kepadanya.

"Ketika orang lain boleh bercakap apa yang mereka mahu mengenai saya, dan saya mengalu-alukan kebebasan mereka bercakap begitu, saya berharap dalam maklum balas kepada cabaran DYMM, saya tidak ditangkap dan dipenjarakan tanpa bicara.

"Jika ia dibuat dengan perbicaraan, saya mengalu-alukan penahanan tangkapan," katanya.

Dalam temu bual eksklusif dengan akhbar The Star, Sultan Ibrahim mencabar pengerusi Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (BERSATU) itu menunjukkan kepada Johor pelabur dari Arab, Australia atau AS "daripada mengecam China".

Sultan Johor juga bertitah, baginda "amat tersinggung dan disakiti" oleh beberapa ulasan dibuat Dr Mahathir sejak beberapa minggu lalu.

"Cukuplah cukup. Selama ini ini beta telah mengelak untuk mengulas mengenai kontroversi mengenai City Forest yang diperkatakan oleh Dr Mahathir dan para penyokongnya," titah baginda.

Dr Mahathir yang pernah menjadi perdana menteri selama 22 tahun berkata kenyataan beliau mengenai Forest City di Johor Bahru - yang menimbulkan kemurkaan Sultan Ibrahim - tidak lebih daripada sekadar mengulangi laporan Bloomberg berkaitan projek pembangunan di negeri itu.

"Apa yang dikatakan Bloomberg dalam laporannya pada 22 November tahun lalu?

“Ia mengatakan, sebuah syarikat China akan membina Forest City in Johor Bahru yang akan menempatkan 700,000 orang. Laporan itu kemudian menyatakan ramai orang China diterbangkang (ke Johor) untuk melihat model dan mereka sudah dan akan membeli kebanyakan harta tanah di Forest City.

"Saya tidak yakin ramai Melayu dan Cina Johor membeli atau akan membeli apartmen-aparten itu. Tidak ramai orang Malaysia akan membeli harta tanah ini.

"Bloomberg, dalam laporan sama, menyebut 60 lagi pembangunan seperti Forest City, dan ini juga sedang dijual kepada orang China.

"Lihat kembali ke tahun 1819, apabila Sultan Ali tidak memajak Singapura kepada British, (tetapi) Temenggong menandatangani pemajakan itu. Dan lihat Singapura hari ini. Sebahagian daripada Johor kini negara asing - begitu maju, memang, tetapi sebuah negara asing," katanya.



Dapatkan kemahiran, bukan jual tanah

Beliau juga menyatakan akan ada lebih sejuta orang asing tinggal di Forest City dan 60 projek pembangunan lain di Johor.

Walaupun kawasan petempatan baru itu tidak akan menjadi negara asing, Dr Mahathir mengingatkan, akan wujud peratusan rakyat luar yang tidak seimbang nanti.

"Jika mereka tinggal lebih lama, mereka layak menjadi warga Malaysia," katanya.

Dr Mahathir menegaskan, walaupun beliau pernah mempromosi pelaburang langsung asing (FDI) di negara ini suatu ketika dulu, ia tidak membabitkan penjualan tanah, membangunkannya dan menjual harta itu kepada warga luar.

“FDI ialah mengenai pelaburan dalam industri pembuatan. Syarikat Malaysia membina bangunan dan rakyat Malaysia bekerja dalam industri itu. Mereka akan memperoleh kemahiran dan memulakan perniagaan pembuatan.

"Kontraktor Malaysia benar-benar mampu membina semua jenis bangunan dan memajukan tanah. Kita tidak perlukan orang asing untuk melakukannya.

"Lihat Malaysia hari ini. Sembilan puluh peratus atau lebih bangunan dan pembangunan baru dilakukan syarikat Malaysia. Majoriti pembeli adalah orang Malaysia dan mereka adalah orang yang akan kekal di sini.

"Tetapi apabila orang asing membeli tanah, tidak ada kemasukan modal pun. Kebanyakan modal dipinjam secara tempatan dan mereka boleh menjalankan urusan dengan bank mereka sendiri," katanya.

Apa saja yang diperoleh syarikat asing itu, tambah Dr Mahathir, akan dihantar ke negara asal mereka. Ia, katanya, menyebabkan pengaliran keluar modal dari negara ini.

"Apabila skim diperkenalkan, anda boleh membeli harta tanah di China dan mendapat satu flat atau rumah percuma di Malaysia, tiada keuntungan dibuat di Malaysia. Justeru tiada cukai dibayar kepada kerajaan Malaysia," katanya.



Kebenaran dibisik, tidak dilaungkan

Surat itu juga menggesa supaya semua transaksi dijalankan secara telus.

"Siarkan semua dokumen pelaburan, jumlah pekerja, negara asal mereka. pembeli, bank yang memberi pembiayaan serta semua dana asing. Lakukan dengan jujur. Usah berselindung.

"Biarkan Transparency International memeriksa dokumen rasmi yang didedahkan. Biar rakyat melihat dokumeen itu untuk membuktikan keasliannya," kata beliau lagi.

Mengenai polisi yang pernah digunakan untuk menyanggah kenyataannya sebelum ini, Dr Mahathir berkata, Dasar Pandang Ke Timur diamalkan bukan dengan tujuan meminta negara terbabit membeli tanah di Malaysia, membangunkannya dan menjual kepada orang asing.

"Ya, kita menggalakkan orang luar menjadikan Malaysia rumah kedua mereka. Tetapi jumlahnya sangat kecil. Pandang Ke Timur bukan mengenai perpindahan ratusan ribu orang. Ia mengenai Malaysia belajar bagaimana negara timur membangunkan diri mereka," katanya.

Mengenai tuduhan rasis, Dr Mahathir berkata, memang mudah menuduhnya begitu dan pada masa sama, beliau juga pernah dilabel sebagai pelampau Melayu.


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"Memburuk-burukkan dan melabel ini mendedahkan betapa tiada hujah kukuh untuk menyanggah apa yang saya buat atau kata. Ia menggambarkan tiada asas untuk berhujah dengan saya.

"Ini negara berbilang kaum. Rakyat dengan pelbagai etnik, bahasa, agama, budaya, malah ekonomi boleh hidup dengan aman damai.

"Di banyak negara, sedikit perbezaan tafsiran mengenai agama menyebabkan keganasan dan perang. Namun secara relatif, Malaysia adalah stabil dan aman.

"Ia stabil dan aman sebab kita menerima satu sama lain seadanya. Sepanjang 22 tahun saya menjadi perdana menteri, tiada perbalahan kaum yang besar. Berbeza, memang ada, tetapi tiada keganasan. Dan negara membangun.

"Jika saya rasis, tempoh saya menjadi perdana menteri akan menyaksikan kekecohan di negara ini," katanya.

Melalui surat itu juga Dr Mahathir mencabar The Star menyiarkannya tanpa sebarang suntingan.
"Saya akan terima (jika) tulisan ini dipadamkan langsung kerana kita hidup dalam negara kleptokrasi di mana kebenaran dikutuk, ia hanya dibisikkan tetapi tidak pernah dilaungkan.

"Saya warga Malaysia yang dilahirkan di Kedah. Malaysia adalah rumah saya dan tempat saya menumpahkan taat setia. Jika saya dituduh menderhaka atas apa yang saya katakan, biarlah," katanya. - mk

Dr M replies on Forest City issue...

I DON’T know if it is true about HRH the Sultan of Johor throwing a challenge to me over the development of Johor Baru.

Maybe it is only The Star which is interpreting what HRH says as a challenge to me. But unless HRH denies he is challenging me, I will take the report of The Star as the truth.

I admit I am at a disadvantage here. While people can say what they like about me, and I welcome their freedom to say so, I hope that in responding to HRH’s challenge I will not be arrested and jailed without trial.

If it is with trial, I welcome the arrest.

Now, what did I say? Nothing more than repeating a report by Bloomberg in the press. But I appreciate why Bloomberg is not challenged nor denied.

What did Bloomberg say in its report on Nov 22 last year?

It said that a China Chinese company will build Forest City in JB which can accommodate 700,000. It went on to say that planeloads of China Chinese are being flown in to view the man-sized model (with pictures) and they have and will buy most of the properties in Forest City.

I doubt if many Johor Malays and Chinese are buying or going to buy these apartments. There just aren’t that many Malaysians to buy all these properties.

Bloomberg, in the same report, mentioned 60 other developments similar to Forest City, and these are also being sold to mainland Chinese.



Looking back to 1819, when Sultan Ali of Johor did not lease Singapore to the British, the Temenggong signed the lease. And look at Singapore today. A part of Johor is now a foreign country – well developed no doubt, but a foreign country.

There will be in all more than a million foreigners living in JB Forest City and the 60 other deve­lopments. These new places will not become a foreign country but they will have an inordinate percentage of foreign people. If they stay long enough, they will be entitled to become citizens of Malaysia.

Yes, I promoted foreign direct investment. But it was not about buying land in Malaysia, developing them and selling them to foreigners who will stay here.

FDI is about investment in the manufacturing industry. Malaysian companies will construct the building and Malaysians will work in the industries. They will acquire skills and start their own manufacturing business.

Malaysian contractors are completely capable of building all kinds of buildings and develop land. We don’t need foreigners to do this. Look at Malaysia today. Ninety per cent or more of these new buildings and development are by Malaysian companies. Majority of the buyers are Malaysians, and they are the people who stay there.


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But when foreigners buy land, there is not even an inflow of capital. Much of the money will be borrowed locally. And they can do their business with their own banks.

Whatever foreign companies earn will be expatriated, and will result in outflow of capital. When the scheme is introduced wherein you can buy property in China and get one flat or house free in Malaysia, no profit will be made in Malaysia, therefore no taxes will be paid to the Malaysian Government.

Let all transactions be transpa­rent. Publish all documents about the investments, the number of workers, their home countries, the buyers, the banks which finance and all expatriation of funds. Do this honestly. No hiding.

So let the truly international Transparency International examine the exposed official documents. Let the people see the documents to prove their genuineness.

Looking East is not about asking the countries of the East to buy land in Malaysia, develop and sell to the people from these countries. Yes, we have encouraged foreigners to make Malaysia their second home. But their numbers are very small. Looking East is not about mass immigration of hundreds of thousands. It is about Malaysians learning about how these Eastern countries developed themselves.

It is easy to accuse me of being a racist. I have been called a Malay ultra before.

This labelling, this demonising actually exposes the lack of credible arguments against what I do or say. It reflects a fundamental lack of basis for the arguments against me.


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This is a multiracial country. People of different ethnicity, language, religion, culture and even economic wellbeing have lived in this country in peace.

In many countries, even a slight difference in the interpretation of their common religion has resulted in violent conflicts and wars. But relatively speaking, Malaysia is stable and peaceful.

It is stable and peaceful because we accept each other as we are. During my 22 years as PM, there were no significant racial clashes. Differences, yes, but no violence. And the country grew.

Had I been a racist, my period would have seen turmoil and regression in this country.

You can dispute what I say. That is your democratic right.



I dare The Star to publish what I say in full. It is a measure of the Government fear of the truth that the mainstream media is strictly controlled.

I will accept this article being totally blacked-out because we are living in a kleptocratic country where truth is anathema, only to be whispered but never said aloud.

I am a Malaysian born in Kedah. Malaysia is my home and the object of my loyalty. If I have to be accused of lese majeste for what I say, so be it. - Dr. Mahathir Mohamad

Anonymous - I salute you Tun.We need more Malaysians like you, Tun. This small country of ours has been "trampled" by many foreign powers - the Dutch, Portuguese, British, Japanese, Refugees, Illegal Immigrants, idiotic dirty-looking Mullahs from problematic countries and NOW THE CHINESE FROM MAINLAND CHINA...

Malay politicians will never learn from history. To them money speaks and their pockets must be filled with money. Many of them own homes and properties overseas. They are ready to leave anytime when this country of ours is ruined not only by foreigners entering this country but also the rampant corruption, religious fanatics and many other social problems.

Bila lagi kita rakyat Malaysia mahu sedar? BILA? Janganlah terlalu kolot sangat pemikiran kita... Jangan jadi macam Pak Kadok...'Menang sorak kampung tergadai'... 



A perfect storm is forming around the Malaysian ringgit, as its value remains at risk from a protracted economic slump aggravated by a domestic political scandal and the prospect of rising US interest... 

But the distress does not stop there, as a currency sell-off in Malaysia could have a contagious financial spillover on neighbouring economies, sparking capital outflows and compounding financial volatility.

The value of the ringgit has nosedived dramatically over the past two years, along with investors' confidence in the government of Prime Minister Najib Razak. Mr Najib has been fighting tooth-and-nail to block any serious domestic investigations of the heavily indebted 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), which is being investigated in six other countries for dubious investments and opaque financial transactions. 

At 4.48 per dollar, the ringgit has touched its lowest level since the Asian financial crisis in 1998 and was Asia's worst-performing currency for emerging markets in 2016. Continue Reading...

Between 1998 to 2016, India's foreign reserves have jumped 12 times. South Korea's have jumped 7 times. Thailand is 6 times. Malaysia is the least,  increased 3.7 times only.  Finally Bangkok Post says : 'transparency in government is vital in shoring up investment sentiment'

Malaysia is now known as a kleptocracy.The US DOJ said it plainly that MOI is a thief. The US DOJ said, they used public funds like their "personal piggy bank".

The country is led by a person who is recognised as being a thief.  

The Ringgit will crash further because this person is still in power. I think that is what the Bangkok Post is saying. - ostb

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MH370 underwater search called off...
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MULAI 15 FEBRUARI 2017:
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Tol 2-hala: SGD6.50
Reciprocal Road Charge: SGD6.40
Jumlah: SGD47.90 (RM149.60)
Selamat datang ke Singapura!


Nanti Menteri UMNO akan kata,
"Kalau dah Mahal Jangan Makan"



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