16 October 2019

W.Ehsan bukan Royalti ibarat terima BRIM tapi bukan BSH..

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Kerajaan Kelantan tak bagi tau kat rakyat depa duit royalti telah dibayar 
sehingga Lebai Tn Ibrahim pun tak tau? Nak nipu ye?

Kata Ahmad Yakob Kelantan tak terima Wang Royalti yang diterima Wang Ehsan, Dia lebih kurang mcm ni lah.. Dikata dia terima cuma BRIM.. tapi bukan BSH.. Jadi dia nak dua dua.... Senang lah mcm tu, Wang Ehsan nak, Royalti pun nak.. rupanya dapat sebelum ni senyap jer..

Ni bagi tau, Zaman BN pun Kelantan terima jumlah wang yang sama, Tak Bising pun...Malah boleh puji pulak Najib.. Hari ni sampai nak buat sidang, buat usul kutuk Lim Guan Eng.. Ni nak habaq mai.. urusan Royalti, Ekonomi itu urusan Menteri Ekonomi dan Tun Mahathir.. bukan urusan Lim Guan Eng.. 
Najib dok curi berbillion kamu dok sokong. Mano pitih nok bayar sekali gus? Baso tak bersyukur.. Jika ikutkan tak perlu bayar Lebai duit Royalti kerana bersubahat dgn penyamun...LGE kata Wang Royalti Minyak. MB Kelantan kata Wang Ehsan. Sebenarnya lebai nak rembat berapa?

Lim Guan Eng ini ibarat Acountant, Apa yang CEO ngan COO buat arahan, Dia kena ikut lah... tak puas hati pi Tanya Tun Mahathir ngan Azmin.. Dalam pentadbiran Kerajaan negeri Lim Guan Eng ni ibarat Pegawai Kewangan Negeri, SUK ngan MB lah buat keputusan perbelanjaan..

Kenapa dulu dipanggil wang Ehsan ?, Sebab Bayaran dibuat melalui Majlis Agama Islam dan JPPP.. Hari ni zaman DAP jadi Menteri Kewangan, Dia bagi terus ke Akaun Negeri... Itu pun masih tak puas hati... Memang rasa aku jumlah yg diberikan belum cukup tinggi, Tapi telus lah, bayaran dibuat terus ke Akaun negeri..bukan Agensi Kerajaan Persekutuan mcm Zaman BN..
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Ahmad Ya'kob, Selaku MB Kelantan dengan Bangganya membentang belanjawan 2020 Kelantan dengan katanya jumlah defisit menurun.. Mana tak turun, rupanya sebelum bentang Belanjawan Kerajaan negeri minta RM 15 Juta... Memang lah ada lebihan.. dan itu bukan bayaran pertama diterima Kelantan pada tahun ini..
Satu soalan?

Apakah kerajaan Pas mengiktiraf Wang Ehsan di zaman UMNO? Kalau tak mengiktiraf wang ehsan, maknanya itu wang royalti. Sebab PH tak mengiktiraf wang ehsan.

Tranung dulu pun masa UMNO perintah dipanggil wang ehsan, tapi MB dia bagi statement itu wang royalti.- f/bk

Belanjawan 2020 tidak anak tiri Kelantan dan Terengganu

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Bagi kek secret recipe,puas hati pak lebai...

Sebenarnya kita tak perlu nak marah sangat dengan pembangkang yang kritik bahkan hentam kerajaan. Biarlah. Itu memang piawai kerja pembangkang di negara ini.

Apatah lagi pembangkang daripada Pas. Kalau mereka tak buat pantun untuk perli kerajaan, apa yang mereka nak buat? Kalau mereka tak sebut mereka tak setuju dengan kerajaan, apa lagi yang mereka nak sebut?

Sedangkan wang royalti yang sudah dibayar pun, dinafikan pembayarannya. Guru KAFA dan imam yang kerajaan mereka lantik, lalu dibayar elaun oleh kerajaan pusat, mereka masih tak puas hati. Kita nak harap mereka puas hati dalam perkara lain?
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Ada seorang individu saja yang pemimpin Pas pernah puas hati iaitu Arul Kanda. Selain dia, sebaik mana pun orang itu, jika bukan orang Pas, sampai kiamat mereka tak akan puas hati.

Mungkin individu kedua dan ketiga yang mereka puas hati ialah Najib dan isterinya. Mungkin, sebab tak pernah nampak mereka kritik bekas PM itu. Peluk adalah.

Nak harap mereka puas hati dengan LGE yang tambah peruntukan untuk hal ehwal Islam sebanyak RM100 juta? Jangankan sebanyak itu, jika LGE tambah RM1b pun mereka tak akan puas hati. Jadi biarkanlah mereka begitu.

Jika nampak mereka marah sangat, belilah kek Secret Recipe. Hadiahkan untuk mereka dan beritahu, ini produk muslim. Agaknya puaslah hati mereka. - Zolkarnain Abidin Al Abyadhi

Bajet Najib dulu tak masuk bayaq hutang 1MDB,cincang dokumen ada...

Zaman Najib Jadi PM dan Menteri Kewangan, Pernah tak masuk dalam Belanjawan yang Kerajaan tolong Bayar hutang 1MDB.. ? Zaman Najib jadi PM.. Dia kata 1MDB syarikat yg Untung, Mana Pernah Rugi.. Dia tipu orang Kampung ,Pak Lebai termasuk Ulama PAS yang 1MDB taja orang pergi tunai Haji, Taja Haji adalah lah kos RM 10 Juta.. Tapi Depa guna duit Kita bayaq Hutang 2000 Juta.. Nampak tak silap mata Najib.. ?

Dia tak Bagi Tau pun kita Kerajaan tolong Bayar interest jer Berbillion.. sampai 7 Billion.. Dia ambik duit mana kalau tak sebut dalam Belanjawan.. Itulah Rahsianya Duit Refund GST lebuh entah kemana.. Depa gali lubang,Tutup lubang..Tu baru 1MDB..Zaman PH, Bayaran Khidmat Hutang , Sampaikan Kos faedah hutang pun dia bentang dalam Belanjawan..

Orang kata kenapa zaman PH hutang bertambah..? Kenapa PH kata Hutang 1 Trilion.. Itu tandanya Kerajaan telus..dia crystalize Hutang yg dulu tersorok bawah karpet rumah rosmah..Yang hutang dia kata Hutang.. Yang dulu hangpa tak nampak Sebagai Hutang, hari ni kerajaan PH bagi nampak.. Tu nama dia bukan buat Hutang, Tu nama Dia Pengstrukturan dan penyelesaian Hutang.. - Ipohmali


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A Budget unlike its predecessors...

The recently unveiled Budget 2020 is very different from past Budgets. Before the last Budget was tabled in the Parliament last year, the entire nation had been psychologically prepared for a painful Budget. This year's Budget is more expansionary in nature, as exemplified by the re-initiation of the Bandar Malaysia project.

The global economy is heading to a slowdown this year, with nations slashing interest rates, cutting taxes and aggressively launching development projects to kickstart the economy. To firm up the national economy and to ward off the impact from unfavourable external factors, it is imperative for the government to adopt the necessary measures. While the 2019 Budget was essentially more defensive, the 2020 Budget has taken a more proactive stance.

The Treasury has run into deficits for many years and it is difficult for the government to fork out large sums of money to revitalise the economy. Operating expenditure has already taken up more than four-fifths of the budgetary allocations, with very little left for development. This instantly reminds us of the severely bloated civil service. Without addressing this long-standing issue, the country's future development will be restricted. Fortunately, the government has proposed a higher development allocation for the coming year.

Young people, men or women, get generous offers from the government: additional incentives for unemployed people managing to find new jobs as well as expecting mothers returning to the job market, besides extended maternity leave. In the meantime, the new government is also helping to lighten the young people's pressure, which is consistent with the shared prosperity vision proposed by the prime minister.

Following the introduction of younger voting age, taking good care of young people has become a boon to the PH government, as this group of new voters will constitute a crucial factor that will decide whether the coalition will remain in power come the next general elections.

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Budget 2020 is more definitive where development is concerned. From the financing of 5G projects, to training and assisting technopreneurs and financing of SME digitisation initiatives, “technology” is apparently the government's future development direction. Even the one-off bonuses for the public will now be credited into the recipients' electronic wallets in a bid to boost the adoption of sophisticated technology.

The Budget has also touched on remarkably improved Internet speed and reduced pricing, which have become a reality now. Today, Malaysians can look forward to high-speed broadband packages for under RM100 a month. Thanks to reduced tariffs, more people can now gain access to high-speed Internet packages. Malaysia's ranking in SpeedTest Global Index has jumped from 36th to 26th, a promising phenomenon for the country's advancement towards the digital age.

Compared to the national car project in the previous Budget, at least the government's emphasis on digital technology projects this year holds much better potentials. We cannot deny that the manufacturing sector is still very important to the country's economy, it is high technology sector that holds the key to our future development. Through Industry 4.0, the manufacturing industry can be transformed with technology, effectively cutting down its reliance on cheap foreign labour while creating high-tech job opportunities for our younger generation.

Real estate has always been a tacky issue for many Malaysians. On the one hand, we do have a huge unsold stock; on the other hand, housing prices are beyond reach for many. Where the former is concerned, the government has proposed in the new Budget to bring down the pricing threshold for foreign acquisition from RM1 million to RM600,000, applicable only to existing unsold condominium units. As for the latter, the government will introduce the “rent first, buy later” scheme to make it easier for Malaysians to buy houses.


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The above are only short-term measures meant to alleviate the problem. The problem of sluggish property sale will remain if newly built houses are priced beyond the affordability of average potential buyers. The long-term plan must be one that fundamentally addresses the issue of supply-demand imbalance. 

SMEs will receive the much needed tax relief, while multinational corporations investing in Malaysia can look forward to lucrative incentives provided by the government. Foreign investments have picked up steam since the onset of Sino-American trade war, and the government is banking on this unique opportunity to woo investments from Fortune 500 companies. The budgetary allocation for this area is as high as RM1 billion.

Monetary incentives are not the only pull factor for international investors. In late 1990s, the government planned to develop Cyberjaya into a high-tech enclave similar to Silicon Valley of the United States. Many incentives were set aside to lure high tech enterprises to invest in this country. However, this project is still very far from the initial target, with some western media calling it Malaysia's failed Silicon Valley project.

New plans need to take cue from past experiences in order to re-position Malaysia as a high-tech hub while shedding its negative past image in creating a truly irresistible business environment for global companies. I personally feel that Budget 2020 is different from the previous ones in that there is a determined shift from conventional business to tech-heavy sector, from focusing on development to sharing of prosperity, and from austerity-driven to expansionary.

From the perspective of race, we have yet to see the arrival of New Malaysia, but hopefully this unlike-others budget will at least breathe new life into the country's economy. - Alex Chong 



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cheers.

15 October 2019

Perjanjian - Rakyat Keliru...

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1. Hari Rabu 9hb Mei 2018 , merupakan Hari Keramat kepada Negara

2. Selepas 61 tahun berkuasa dan dengan beribu juta wang ringgit dan seluruh jentera kerajaan digunakan namun dengan izin ALLAH Yang Maha Esa UMNO / Barisan Nasional telah ditumbangkan

3. Kombinasi 4 parti , PKR , DAP , AMANAH dan BERSATU yang diketuai oleh Tun Dr. Mahathir Muhammad telah diberi mandat menubuhkan Kerajaan baru

4. Sebelum ini beberapa cubaan yang di ketuai Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah melalui Perpaduan Ummah dan Anwar Ibrahim sebanyak 2 kali melalui beberapa parti TIDAK mendapat kepercayaan rakyat terutama pengundi - pengundi Melayu

5. HANYA dengan kepercayaan terhadap Tun sahaja maka majoriti pengundi Melayu termasuk ahli - ahli UMNO sendiri telah memenangkan Pakatan Harapan atau PH

6. Anwar Ibrahim yang menjalani hukuman undang - undang dipenjara Sungai Buluh ketika Piliharanraya Umum yang lepas HANYA dibebaskan MELALUI pengampunan Yang Di Pertuan Agong SELEPAS Tun dilantik sebagai Perdana Menteri buat kali ke 2

7. Walau pun usia Tun sudah menjangkau 93 tahun ketika itu namun kesemua parti dalam PH mahukan Tun mengetuai mereka


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Dr.M dan Anwar...

8. Malah ada seorang bekas pemimpin PKR telah terbang ke London meminta Tun berjuang bersama mereka

9. Berbulan lama nya seperti orang muda dan tanpa peduli penat lelah , hampir setiap hari Tun berkempen di seluruh negara

10. Difahamkan 4 parti tersebut telah memeterikan satu perjanjian persahabatan

11. Setahun selepas PH menubuhkan Kerajaan dan setahun selepas Anwar dibebaskan sehingga kini berbagai tekanan dan gesaan meminta Tun melepaskan jawatan Perdana Menteri dilakukan ; Ia tak ubah seperti ' Selepas Menyeberang, Tongkat Hendak Di Buangkan - Ia seolah - olah Tidak Berguna Lagi'

12. Ada yang berhemah dan bersantun dan ada juga yang biadap dengan menggunakan bahasa kesat

13. Ada NGO yang menetapkan tarikh April atau Mei 2020 bagi Tun mengundurkan diri dan ada juga yang mahu beliau berbuat demikian jika boleh hari ini juga

14. Ada puak yang mengatakan termaktub dalam perjanjian PH yang kedudukan Tun sebagai Perdana Menteri adalah berupa sementara sahaja iaitu 2 tahun tapi ada pula yang menidakkan nya

15. Kebelakangan ini hampir setiap hari berbagai kenyataan dan tulisan bagi memastikan Tun mengundur diri

16. Sebenarnya rakyat sudah mula bosan dengan apa yang mereka dengar dan lihat

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Gunting Dalam Lipatan

17. Sepatutnya mereka berganding bahu sama - sama membantu demi kesejahteraan dan kebajikan rakyat BUKAN sebok nak merebut tempat dan harta

18. Permainan kotor ini bukan sahaja datang nya dari mereka yang berada di luar malah yang lebih menjijikan ia dilakukan oleh mereka yang berada di dalam

19. Mereka ini tak ubah seperti 'Gunting Dalam Lipatan' atau seperti nyamuk yang senantiasa menggigit untuk menyedut darah

20. Inikah budaya Melayu ' Baru ' yang sedang diperkenalkan ; mereka ini sebenarnya sudah hilang maruah dan budi pekerti yang boleh dijadikan contoh generasi akan datang

21. Mereka lebih mementingkan diri dan puak dari rakyat dan negara ; percayalah apa yang kita lakukan sekarang akan berbalik kepada kita atau kepada anak kita satu hari nanti

22. BAGI MENJERNIHKAN KEADAAN , DAN MENUMPUKAN MASA MEMBELA RAKYAT , ADALAH LEBIH BAIK PERJANJIAN ITU DI KONGSIKAN BERSAMA RAKYAT SECARA TERBUKA

23. Kalau boleh biarlah...
RUMAH SIAP DAN PAHAT TAK BERBUNYI LAGI

24. Yang berkokok di luar sana ;
JANGANLAH SEPERTI
ANAK KECIL YANG TAK RETI BAHASA,
MERENGEK - RENGEK DAN MELALAK TAK SABAR - SABAR
NAK KAN GULA - GULA !!!

25. Apakah kita lupa atau tidak percaya bahawa 'Kita Merancang Tapi Allah SWT Adalah Sebaik - Baik Perancang'. MASANYA PASTIKAN TIBA JUA SABAR LAH !! - Tamrin Tun Ghafar

Genggam bara api biar sampai jadi arang... 
Genggam Amanat Hadi biar sampai jadi bangang.
Awatlah...bangang tak sudah...

Malaysiakini memetik status Bendahari PAS bekas Naib Presiden PAS si Iskandar Samad .. Bayangkan, England yang kalah kepada Republik Czech 2-1.. dia kata England sengaja kalah dengan maksud berpakat dengan Republik Czech dalam perlawanan kelayakan EURO 2020 bagi menyekat Pasukan negara Islam seperti KOSOVO..

Bayangkan begitu teruk pemikiran tahap Profesional dalam PAS.. ini tahap IQ bendahari Presiden PAS dan Bekas EXCO Selangor.. Sentimen Perkauman dan Ashabiyah yang dibawa Haji Hadi telah merosakkan Pemikiran dikalangan cerdik pandai dikalangan Mereka..

Keputusan Kelayakan EURO pun depa kait dengan sentimen Agama.. Dalam Sukan Bola Sepak pun depa rasa Islam ditindas.. Tak tahu bagaimana dia letakkan begitu rendahnya cara dia berfikir.. Memang rosak pekiran dia..

tapi kalau baca Status status dia pun memang kita heran, Apakah ini tahap IQ Profesional dalam PAS.. Mungkin jugalah tekanan dan gangguan jiwa selepas tidak lagi jadi EXCO di Selangor.. Tapi nak heran apa kalau Profesional mcm Iskandar Samad mcm tu.. IQ Mufti Perlis pun lebih kurang Sama.. Tu tahap Mufti ngan Ahli Hadis.. - f/bk

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Haram to be Malaysian?...

PAS president Hadi Awang, discussing his involvement in the recently concluded Kongres Maruah Melayu (KMM) – by all counts, an outrageously racist event – explained that he wanted to promote Muslim unity because “it was forbidden for people of Islamic faith to surrender power to other races who are not Muslims.”

His message was clear: power-sharing with non-Malays and working together through multi-ethnic coalitions like Pakatan Harapan (PH) is tantamount to “surrender” and is, therefore, unacceptable. Of course, he had no problems working with the DAP when it suited him but such is the measure of the man.

What he is promoting is nothing short of an exclusively Malay-Muslim state that makes little room for diversity, for other ethnicities or religious communities. It is at the core of the “Malaysia for Malays” construct, a particularly virulent form of ethnoreligious nationalism that Ketuanan Melayu ideologues led by Hadi are now articulating and advocating.

Racial and religious superiority

It is, of course, not the first time that Hadi has talked about an exclusively Malay-Muslim nation. He has long insisted, for example, that only Muslims should be appointed to high office. At the congress, a party colleague sought to formalize this view, calling on the government to appoint only Malay-Muslims to top positions including the chief justice, the attorney-general, secretaries-general of ministries, inspector-general of police, chief of defence forces, local council presidents, etc.

It would be fair to conclude, given the preponderance of Malays already in government, that for Hadi even one senior non-Malay position is one too many.

Race and religion, it seems, trump qualities like integrity, character and virtue. As a certain fugitive preacher from India once put it: better to have a corrupt Muslim official than an honest non-Muslim one. Perhaps that is why they are not at all perturbed by the fact that such erstwhile champions of race and religion like Najib Tun Razak, Zahid Hamidi, Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor, Azeez Abdul Rahman, and Bung Moktar Radin are all currently facing corruption charges.
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Malaysia for Malays

Other resolutions and statements at the congress further detailed the agenda of the emerging ‘Malaysia for Malay’ construct.

One resolution called for the abolition of vernacular schools, long a favourite target of Ketuanan Melayu ideologues. They made much about how such schools are not conducive to national unity although they themselves have never been interested in national unity.  Indeed, everything they do or say is designed to stymie national unity which they see as a hinderance to building an exclusively Malay-centric nation.

Other conference speakers took aim at some of the reforms that are so necessary for building a kinder, better, more democratic and inclusive nation. One by one, they have declared ICERD, ICC, the abolition of the death penalty and the repeal of sedition laws anti-Malay or anti-Islamic or both. And the many references to Islam being “belittled and questioned” – all entirely groundless – could well presage further restrictions on religious freedom.

They made no secret, as well, of their dislike for respected organizations like Suhakam and the Bar Council, and NGO’s like Sisters in Islam and G25 whom they insist should either be straightjacketed or curtailed. Pressure is also growing on many moderate Malay-Muslim writers, scholars and academics who are courageously speaking out in favour of a more inclusive nation. 
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An ethnoreligious dictatorship

Make no mistake: the end result of this evolving ‘Malaysia for Malays’ construct would be an ethnoreligious dictatorship by a small group of bigoted, narrow-minded fascists that will change the very character of Malaysia. The limited freedoms that we all – Muslim and non-Muslim, Malay and non-Malay – now enjoy will be seriously eroded. Ketuanan Melayu fascists will set the agenda, tell us what we can think, how we should dress, who we can mix with, how we should live and who will be beneficiaries of government largesse.

For non-Malays and non-Muslims, it will be even worse; our status will be reduced to little more than “guest workers” with no right to even call ourselves Malaysian because Malaysia is only for Malay-Muslims.

This is the ‘Malaysia for Malays’ construct – the antithesis of everything that Malaysia stands for – that is now the dominant theme in Malay political discourse. Influential leaders like Perlis Mufti Asri Zainal Abidin, senior academics at public universities and a broad spectrum of Malay political and business leaders are supportive of it.

Shades of the ‘Malaysia for Malays’ construct are already spreading through religious talks as well as seminars and discussion groups in public universities and government departments. All these places are already overwhelming Malay-Muslim and receptive to the ‘Malaysia for Malays’ message.

Alarmingly, the ‘Malaysia for Malays’ narrative is being promoted in tandem with an ethnoreligious jingoistic narrative that non-Malays are to blame for all the ills of the Malay community. The unspoken message is that for so long as the non-Malays are “in control” (to quote Mahathir himself), the Malays will be “enslaved” (Mahathir’s words again) and kept from fulfilling their destiny. How long before such rhetoric leads to open hostility towards ethnic minorities?

The police have now indicated that they would call in Zainal Kling for questioning but why just him when all he did was echo what Hadi and other Ketuanan Melayu ideologues have been saying for some time now? They can try to police the rhetoric but who will rise to counter the ideology behind it?
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A deafening silence

While no one is surprised with such racism from Hadi and other UMNO-PAS leaders, the deafening silence of PH’s Malay leadership is deeply troubling. Several senior PH ministers like Redzuan Yusof, Syed Saddiq, Maszlee Malik, Mukhriz Mahathir, Azmin Ali and Mohamad Sabu were all present at the congress, and yet they kept quiet both during and after the congress. Only Anwar Ibrahim – who was not there – had the courage to speak out against the divisive and racist rhetoric.

Where was Syed Saddiq who once proclaimed, with false bravado it now seems, that “an attack against our Chinese and Indian brothers and sisters is an attack against all Malaysians”? Where was Mujahid Yusof Rawa and his “Rahmatan lil’alamin” (mercy to all) concept?

Mahathir must, of course, share the greatest blame of all. He could have faced down the bigots and refused to accept their racist resolutions but he, too, abandoned his moral, if not constitutional, responsibility to stand up for all Malaysians irrespective of race or religion.

The shameful conduct of PH’s Malay government leaders, their silence in the face of such egregious racism and bigotry, will come to be remembered as one of the coalition’s greatest moral failures. When the very idea of Malaysia most needed champions, there was simply none to be found.

We are now, as a nation, cast adrift on an uncertain sea of bigotry with even the pretense of decency and respect for diversity gone.  While many were celebrating the new Malaysia, a dark and sinister form of ethnoreligious fascism was taking shape and is now upon us. The hour is late. The dangers are real. The time for half-measures are long gone. If we don’t mobilize now to stop the Ketuanan Melayu fascists, the battle for Malaysia will soon be lost. - Dennis Ignatius


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Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail berkesempatan mengikuti ucapan Ketua Pembangkang, Ismail Sabri Yaakob di Dewan Rakyat pagi tadi. Budaya menghormati ketua pembangkang ini tidak pernah dilihat di zaman Barisan Nasional berkuasa dahulu. Namun Pakatan Harapan menunjukkan sikap berbeza setelah menjadi kerajaan persekutuan. 
Tahniah Dr Wan Azizah!

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Gambar pembesar PAS potong kek secret recipΓ¨. 
Depa kata kempen BMF dah tamat, walaun pakat serbu kedai Cina semula...

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Sg.Buluh melambai² Ku Nan oiii...

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cheers.

14 October 2019

Kenapa gomen PH mesti dipertahankan...

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Kita harus berlaku jujur. Pilihan Raya Kecil Tanjung Piai adalah sukar bagi Pakatan Harapan.

Pun begitu, adalah penting bagi kita rakyat Malaysia untuk mempertahankan Kerajaan Harapan daripada dihancurkan pihak-pihak tidak bertanggungjawab yang menjadikan isu perkauman sebagai senjata, untuk memecahbelahkan masyarakat.

Pembangkang, iaitu gabungan PAS-UMNO, langsung tidak ada idea serius untuk rakyat, melainkan bercakap berulang-ulang dengan modal kebimbangan agama dan perkauman melampau. Mereka tidak berminat untuk bersaing dengan kerajaan dari sudut dasar-dasar awam.

Contohnya, Belanjawan 2020 telah menunjukkan bahawa ia bukan sahaja akan merangsang ekonomi, bahkan mencipta peluang pekerjaan dan memperbaiki kelangsungan hidup rakyat.

Namun, gabungan PAS-UMNO tidak mempunyai pemikiran dasar dan polisi. Belanjawan Alternatif pun mereka tidak mampu buat. Tiada sebarang usaha daripada pihak mereka untuk membahaskan dasar awam secara rasional.

Gabungan politik berasaskan kaum ini, yang turut disokong MCA dan MIC, sedang mempergunakan kaum dan agama sebagai senjata politik untuk menentang kerajaan.

Dalam kalangan orang Melayu, gabungan PAS-UMNO terus menyebarkan dakyah kononnya DAP, terutamanya Lim Guan Eng dan Lim Kit Siang, mengawal dan menundukkan kerajaan. Di pihak bukan-Melayu pula, MCA dan MIC menjalankan propaganda kononnya DAP dikawal oleh Perdana Menteri Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, yang mengutamakan kepentingan Melayu berbanding yang lain.


Biar saya perbetulkan fakta. Itu semua adalah pembohongan semata-mata. Bagaimana mungkin ia benar sedangkan kedua-dua pembohongan itu saling berlawanan sama sendiri. Ini tidak masuk akal.

Sekiranya rakyat Malaysia menelan bulat-bulat tipu daya ini, bersedialah untuk menyaksikan kembalinya pemerintahan Najib Razak pada pertengahan penggal. Pakatan Harapan mungkin sahaja menjadi kerajaan setengah penggal; atau sebaliknya mentadbir selama sekurang-kurangnya dua penggal sekiranya ia berjaya bertahan di tengah-tengah usaha memecahkan gabungan melalui mobilisasi perkauman.

Apa yang kita perlukan sekarang ialah pembangkang yang bertanggungjawab, demi kebaikan negara.

Malaysia memerlukan pembangkang yang mampu mencabar dan bersaing dengan kerajaan dalam hal dasar dan polisi awam, bukannya pembangkang yang mempermainkan isu perkauman dengan menyebarkan berita palsu atau khabar-khabar sekerat tanpa konteks, hanya untuk menghakis kredibiliti dan keabsahan kerajaan.

Mana-mana parti yang mahu mentadbir Malaysia mestilah mendapat sokongan semua kaum. Kita mesti ada rasa saling hormat menghormati antara semua kaum.

Pakatan Harapan tidak akan jadi sebuah parti yang lebih Melayu berbanding UMNO, lebih Islam daripada PAS, atau lebih Cina daripada MCA, lebih India daripada MIC. Pakatan Harapan juga adalah parti untuk semua kawan-kawan dan rakan kongsi setara kita di Sabah dan Sarawak.

Ini sebabnya kenapa Pakatan Harapan adalah induk politik sebenar untuk seluruh rakyat Malaysia yang percaya kepada kuasa kesederhanaan, ke-Malaysia-an dan jalan tengah.

Keutamaan kita ialah kesejahteraan setiap rakyat. Kita peduli tentang usaha untuk mewujudkan peluang pekerjaan yang lebih baik, gaji yang lebih baik dan peluang perniagaan yang lebih baik, pendidikan berkualiti yang lebih baik dan masa depan yang lebih baik untuk semua.


Pilihan Raya Kecil Tanjung Piai akan menjadi suatu medan pertempuran yang sukar buat Pakatan Harapan. Namun pilihannya ialah antara sebuah Malaysia yang lebih baik, atau politik berasaskan kebencian. Kita semua mesti membuat keputusan yang berani, demi seluruh rakyat Malaysia.- Liew Chin Tong 

Bajet Alternatif...

Zaman Pakatan Rakyat.. Pakatan Harapan.. Menjelang Belanjawan dibentangkan.. masa tu panggil Bajet.. Anwar akan ketuai perbincangan bagi merangka Belanjawan Alternatif dikalangan parti dalam Pakatan...

Dan masa tu watak seperti rafizi akan mula membincangkan, membawa isu melibatkan tadbir urus, Laporan kewangan dan skandal kewangan melibatkan agensi dan Kementerian demi kepentingan rakyat ke Parlimen..

Skandal 1MDB dulu awalnya didedahkan di Parlimen oleh Ds Anwar pada 2011 di Parlimen.. Selain Anwar, Rafizi antara watak yang memainkan peranan penting mendedahkan Skandal NFC, FELDA,Tabung Haji.. Dah hari terbukti semua yang dibangkitkan itu benar benar berlaku.. Sebelum PRU 14, bagi Pemimpin PAS, semua skandal ni depa berpuas hati..
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Tapi Malangnya Pembangkang Hari ini, Bila ditanya Belanjawan Alternatif depa takda.. Nak kata bangkitkan Skandal kewangan pun takda, Lepas tu berkumpul ramai ramai buat sidang media hari belanjawan sembang pasal LTTE..takda kena mengena langsung.. Tuan Ibrahim lagi teruk, Di parlimen dia dedahkan 2-3 kali dia ulang dengar Anwar sebut barua,bukan Maruah..

Agaknya sebelum Belanjawan Apa yang depa Bincang ? Rupanya sebelum ke Parlimen.. Depa berbincang sesama depa, Nak pakai baju warna apa, depa pun ramai ramai Pakai Baju Melayu putih, bersampin pergi ke Parlimen. dah macam orang nak pergi kenduri Kahwin.. dah mcm geng Boria sungai pinang.. Rasa aku Belanjawan tahun depan, Mesti depa Ramai ramai Pakai tema Jubah dan Serban, tak pun pakai Keris ngan Tanjak Melayu..- Ipohmali

Muhammad V and Oksana Voevodina in a photo taken after their wedding that was posted on Instagram.
Malaysia’s Sultan Muhammad V ‘did not abandon’ Russian beauty queen wife Oksana Voevodina...

Malaysia’s Sultan Muhammad V has denied claims by his ex-wife, Russian beauty queen Oksana Voevodina, that he abandoned her and did not offer help towards the end of her difficult pregnancy when she was in need of cash.

The clarifications, made by the Kelantan Sultan’s Singapore-based lawyer Koh Tien Hua, came after the news website MailOnline ran a report on Monday in which Oksana claimed she had pawned her £203,000 (US$250,000) wedding ring to cover medical bills when she was “at risk of losing the baby”.

“I won’t say the price I sold it for, but it was three times less than its cost,” she told MailOnline, the website of UK-based tabloid Daily Mail.

“I used this money to cover my medical bills in Switzerland as I was at risk of losing the baby.”

These points were all disputed in a letter to the MailOnline on Wednesday, seen by the South China Morning Post.

Koh, of Eversheds Harry Elias, said Muhammad, the hereditary monarch of the state of Kelantan, “did not abandon” his wife, and that she had “left on her own accord to return to Russia”.

“[His Royal Highness] made a proposal through us to Oksana in May 2019 to June 2019 that would have settled [with] Oksana a significant and generous sum of money,” wrote Koh.

“Oskana, with her then lawyer, declined to accept the proposal and instead, informed [us] that a UK tabloid was prepared to pay her handsomely for her story.”
Malaysia's Sultan Muhammad V and Oksana Voevodina during happier times. File photo

The letter also disputed the MailOnline report, which alleged Muhammad had “splashed out several million dollars on yachts and nightclubs”, and that the Malaysian royalty spent £50 million a year.

“This is untrue and false,” said the lawyer’s statement.

“Oksana was also gifted a Porsche Cayenne and jewellery including a Jacob Arabo ring and items by the jeweller Cartier,” it added.

The couple first made headlines for their lavish private ceremony in Moscow last year as the sultan was then Malaysia’s Yang di Pertuan Agong – the title held by the ceremonial head of state which is rotated among the nine Malay sultans every five years.

The 49-year-old later stunned the country by abdicating in January just two years into this term, offering no reason for the unprecedented decision. Commentators suggested his abdication was prompted by opposition within royal circles to his marriage to Oksana, a foreigner nearly 23 years his junior.

In June, Osksana revealed the couple had had their first child, named Tengku Ismail Leon Petra Tengku Muhammad V Faris Petra, in an Instagram post which she dated as May 21.

The photograph of the boy’s feet was accompanied with a caption by Oksana: “I am grateful to Allah and my husband for our son. Now there are three of us.”
Oksana Voevodina, the Russian wife of Kelantan ruler Sultan Muhammad V, announces the birth of her baby boy on Instagram. Photo: Instagram

But in a sharp turn of events, the Malaysian newspaper The New Straits Times reported in July that the couple had filed for divorce in May after the birth of their son. The newspaper cited a source verifying an image of the divorce certificate circulating online.

The certificate states the divorce was undertaken through the mechanism under Muslim law known as “triple talaq”, whereby men can divorce their wives by saying the word talaq (‘divorce’ in Arabic), three times.

Triple talaq is considered the most severe form of divorce under Islamic jurisprudence because the couple cannot reunite unless the woman weds another man, consummates the marriage, and then divorces him.

In an October 3 post on Instagram, the Russian beauty queen spoke about the interview she had with MailOnline.

“I haven’t seen my husband since last December. He is hiding from me and our son and unfortunately he is the one who is making the public scandal,” she wrote.

“I would like to apologise for his behaviour … I hope he will think about his reputation and stop all this fighting. Faris, you are a father and you are a royal. Please, think of what you do.” - scmp (This article appeared in the South China Morning Post)


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Pasai si Semah tak dapat apa2 peruntukkan...

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Takda pun MP UMNOPAS meraung marah Kjaan PH guna duit rkyt 
RM2.7b (2020) bayar hutang 1MDB yg dirembat Bossku, Jho Low. 

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12 October 2019

Cam ni dok kata gomen anti-Melayu pi mampuih buang...

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Aku suka cara Pembiayaan Perniagaan kepada kaum Cina yang disalurkan terus kepada Bank Komersial seperti BSN, Berbanding Institusi. dan agensi Kerajaan.. Mudah.. Sepatutnya Kerajaan kena banyak wujudkan skim Mikro Kredit dengan syarat pinjaman yg mudah, terutama melibatkan Penjaja dan Peniaga Kecil..

Antara sebab kegagalan Usahawan Bumiputera Hari ini, Terlampau banyak Institusi dan agensi pelaksanan berbanding dana Pinjaman.. Sepatutnya salurkan jer ke Bank Komersial atau satukan Intitusi Pembiayaan.. Lepas tu mudahkan Syarat pinjaman..


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Bayangkan, Untuk urus bantuan dan Pembiayaan Usahawan Bumiputera saja kita ada agensi seperti MARA, TEKUN, AMANAH IKHTIAR, PUNB, SME CORP ,MDEC dan CGC.. hari ini ada pulak TERAJU.. Cara inilah yg telah membunuh usahawan Bumiputera.. Bila perbelanjaan Pengurusan lagi tinggi dari dana dan Pembiayaan... Bila Melayu nak maju..

Peruntukan beratus Juta setahun kepada agensi Bumiputera setiap tahun.. Mananya empayar Perniagaan Bumiputera ? Agensi Bumiputera ni seronok buat Event..Buat seminar.. Tapi Bani Melayu masih merempat berniaga sana sini.. Berniaga Tepi Jalan..Buatlah kempen BMF pun tak guna kalau takda sokongan yang jelas dari Kerajaan dan Institusi Pembiayaan...


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Tengok Al-Arqam (Global Ikhwan)... Mana pernah diumumkan Peruntukan untuk depa setiap tahun, Tapi Empayar perniagaan depa berkembang setiap tahun... Jadi Jangan salahkan bukan Islam, salahkan Cina atas kegagalan orang melayu, Nak boikot sana sini..Belajar salahkan diri sendiri.. Rasanya Kerajaan dah sedia pelbagai Agensi, Pelbagai Dana.. Tetapi tetap gagal..

Apa puncanya ? Ini yang kerajaan PH kena ubah..jangan dok ikut cara Kerajaan BN dan UMNO urus bantuan kepada Bani Melayu..- Ipohmali

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Do they know what 'dignity' means?

Do the organisers of last Sunday's "Malay Dignity Congress" know what the word, 'dignity', means? The Kongres Maruah Melayu was not a congress in dignity. It was anything but dignified. The organisers were less than honourable. The congress was a contest to massage Malay egos and admire the best sabre-rattlers.

The congress was jointly organised by Universiti Malaya, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Universiti Putra Malaysia and Universiti Teknologi Mara. Academicians have no business wasting taxpayers' money on this futile event. In the end, this congress gave us a spectacular display of the insecurity of Malay leaders, academicians, students and religious preachers.

The order of the day was race-baiting, grandstanding, belittling the non-Malays, whilst at the same time, making five demands relating to politics, religion, the economy, education and culture for the Malays.

Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad and some leaders from Amanah, Bersatu and PKR attended the event. They gave the congress the legitimacy that the organisers were desperate to have. Shame on these Pakatan Harapan leaders!

The political discourse in multiracial Malaysia has been hijacked by racist and corrupt Malays. Malays who lack integrity. Malays who are happy to stick knives into the backs of their fellow Malays, if it will bring them power, wealth and position.

A number of them are already on trial for corruption, and more are in the long queue, soon to be brought to justice. The shame is not so much that these Malays have stolen the rakyat's money. The greater shame is that so many Malays still live in denial and think that rich Malays, senior Malay politicians and the scions of wealthy and noble families cannot be guilty of stealing, of injustice or of committing crimes.

Centuries of Malay upbringing in terhutang budi (debt of gratitude) has crippled the Malay sense of reasoning, especially if he is a beneficiary of a corrupt system. In politics, there was a call for leading positions to be held by Malays, and for institutions like the Bar Council, Suhakam and liberal NGOs to stop meddling in Islamic matters.

Can the congress's audience have forgotten so quickly? In GE14, the rakyat brought down the previous government, in which Malay leaders, who occupied all the top positions in government and in GLCs like Felda, Mara and Tabung Haji, swiped the rakyat's money. Are the Malays gluttons for punishment? Or are they too stupid to learn from past mistakes?

People and institutions do not wish to meddle in Islamic matters. More importantly, it is the brand of Islam that is practised in Malaysia, and propagated by Jakim, that has invaded our private lives, including those of the non-Muslims. There was a call for vernacular schools to be abolished because they do not promote unity. The person who suggested this is both blind and ignorant.

The standard of education in government schools is abysmal. The acts of racism in governments schools, both from students and teachers, are increasing. The quality of teaching and the level of discipline are appalling. Which parents would want to destroy their child's future? The ignorance about Peninsular Malaya's early history, shown by the participants and organisers, especially the congress's chief executive, Zainal Kling (above), is mind-boggling.

Did they ever stop to think about how the economy of Malaya/Malaysia was founded? Chinese traders and Indian spice merchants established the Silk Road and the monsoon sailing routes, several centuries ago.

Over the past 200 years, Chinese miners and Indians working in the estates, formed the backbone of our economy, in rubber and tin. Let's be clear, without the British importing extra labour from China and the Indian sub-continent, business and money would not have come to Malaya.

A similar scenario was enacted in East Malaysia, which also benefited from the discovery of oil in Sarawak. The important ingredient which brought money, business and trade to Malaysia, was brought by the non-Malays, foreigners and kaffirs.
Malaysia's reputation has been severely dented by disgraced Najib Abdul Razak's kleptocracy. Malaysia's status as a moderate Muslim nation has also taken a dive, with the proliferation of extremist preachers who are wannabe politicians, and politicians who are wannabe preachers. We are well on the way to becoming an extremist Muslim country.

The Malay organisers demanding Malay and Muslim dominance in politics, religion, education, economy and culture do not understand that affirmative action policies have not worked and should be discontinued.

In the two decades after their introduction, the affirmative action policies may have contributed to an increase in middle-class Malays, but today, they only give Malays a sense of entitlement. The Malays have become arrogant, spoilt, irrational and they ignore the long-term consequences of a nation where they are mollycoddled.

In the end, Malay nationalists and Muslim extremists do the nation much harm. Foreign investors will bypass us, and we will lose out to the Indo-Chinese nations of Cambodia and Vietnam.

The bottom line is this - without the hard work, dedication and commitment of the non-Malays and non-Muslims, Malaysia would be an even less developed country.

The congress was also a study in stupidity. The Malays at the event failed to realise that Malaysia will become prosperous once again, only when all the races are treated as equals. The Malay congress focused on navel-gazing and massaging one another's egos. - Mariam Mokhtar

Terutama aspek upgrade penjara Sg.Buluh 
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Hadi mesti tak puas hati tengok Wan Azizah (TPM) ambik gambar selfie dgn Tun (PM). Dulu Hadi kata Wan Azizah tak layak jd MB Selangor sbb perempuan. Hadi lebih rela Azmin jd MB Selangor sbb dia ingat Azmin jantan. Rupa2nya geng semburit Wan Azizah tak nak ambik gambar selfie dgn PM online ke? πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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