16 July 2013

Antara Menteri 'Cap Ayam',Bung Mokhtar,DAP dan Blogger Seks Alvin dan Vivian...


 Harga daging pula naik, setelah Menteri 'cap ayam' syor rakyat makan daging...

Daging tempatan yang dijual di Pasar Pendang didapati mengalami kenaikan harga sebanyak RM2 iaitu peningkatan dari RM22 sekilogram (kg) kepada RM24/kg.

Peniaga, Che Ani Baharom, 58, berkata, harga daging naik sejak seminggu sebelum Ramadan dan menjadi perkara biasa ketika menjelang musim perayaan.

Menurutnya, dia terpaksa menjual daging dengan harga tinggi kerana bekalan yang diambil daripada pembekal adalah tinggi.

“Jualan daging merosot dari seekor sehari kepada setengah ekor sahaja kerana pembeli mengehadkan kuantiti pembelian mengikut kemampuan mereka.



“Modal peniaga juga tinggi menyebabkan mereka tidak berani untuk menanggung risiko kerosakan jika mengambil bekalan banyak,” katanya kepada Sinar Harian.

Che Ani berkata, kenaikan harga daging mengejutkan pembeli kerana tiada pengumuman dimaklumkan pihak terbabit.

“Kenaikan harga daging begitu memberi bebanan bukan sahaja kepada peniaga namun kepada pengguna kerana daging tempatan merupakan barang basah yang sering mendapat permintaan tinggi ketika perayaan.

“Golongan yang berpendapatan rendah begitu merasai bebannya memandangkan Ramadan memerlukan perbelanjaan yang tinggi untuk persiapan Aidilfitri,” katanya. 


Baca seterusnya di sini -sinar harian

Bung Mokhtar dakwa DAP mungkin taja Alvin, Vivian...

Persidangan Dewan Rakyat hari ini kecoh ekoran tindakan MP Kinabatangan membangkitkan dakwaan bahawa DAP mungkin "menaja" tindakan pasangan Alvin Tan dan Vivian Lee yang memuatkan kandungan kontroversi di Internet.

Datuk Seri Bung Mokhtar Radin (BN-Kinabatangan) dalam ucapannya pagi ini meminta agar kerajaan menahan dan menghukum pasangan terbabit yang sebelum ini terkenal dengan kontroversi video seks.

Kekecohan tercebut apabila Bung mendakwa DAP mungkin "menaja" pasangan tersebut.

"Mereka perlu didakwa dan ditangkap serta merta, jangan dibebaskan. Penjarakan.

"Saya rasa gejala ini berlaku selepas (Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13) PRU 13, mungkin ini semua tajaan DAP," kata Bung.


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Kenyataannya itu mengundang kemarahan MP DAP yang bangun dan membantahan dakwaan tersebut, antaranya V Sivakumar (DAP-Batu Gajah), Anthony Loke (DAP-Seremban), Nga Kor Ming (DAP-Taiping).

"Ini fitnah. Tarik balik. Tarik balik kenyataan," jerit Nga.

Bung Mokhtar bagaimanapun hanya ketawa apabila melihat seorang demi seorang MP berkenaan bangun membantah kenyataannya.


"Saya kata mungkin. Bukan tuduhan," katanya lagi sambil ketawa.-malaysiakini

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House erupts, Bung blames DAP for sex bloggers' post

A commotion erupted in the Dewan Rakyat after BN MP Bung Moktar Radin accused DAP of being behind sex bloggers Alvin Tan and Vivian Lee's Facebook posting that was deemed insulting to Islam.

The BN-Kinabatangan MP, who is no stranger to controversy, called for the immediate arrests of the bloggers, but riled up DAP MPs when he blamed them for the incident.

NONE"They should be immediately arrested and charged, don't allow them to walk free.

"I realise this trend happening after the 13th general election, perhaps this is all being sponsored by DAP," he charged.

This drew an immediate rebuke from V Sivakumar (DAP-Batu Gajah), Anthony Loke (DAP-Seremban) and Nga Kor Ming (DAP-Taiping).

"This is slander, take it back, take the statement back," Nga shouted from across the hall.

Bung Moktar then replied that he was suggesting a possibility and not making an accusation.


NONETeresa Kok (DAP-Seputeh, left) then stood up to cite standing order 36(6), stating: “A member cannot make statements in bad faith against another member of the House”.

“I did not mention any MPs, I said DAP in general, maybe DAP, just maybe,” rebutted Bung Moktar, who was debating the Supplementary Supply (2012) Bill.

Finally, deputy speaker Ismail Mohamed intervened, advising MPs to be polite in their language.

However, the chaos did not end there as Bung Moktar continued to taunt other DAP MPs while he elaborated on the sex bloggers.

“This couple used to make sex videos in Singapore and now they are doing this (insulting Islam) in Malaysia. Maybe Bandar Kuching is also involved,” he said.

Chong Chien Jien (DAP-Bandar Kuching) then stood up citing the same standing order and demanded the statement to be withdrawn.

‘Don’t delay action’


Following this, Ismail again attempted to rein in Bung Moktar, who then backtracked slightly, saying: “I was just worried maybe Bandar Kuching had watched (their sex video).”

The deputy speaker finally told the him to move on to another topic, which calmed down the angry DAP MPs.

Later, Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim stood up to intervene and concurred that immediate action should be taken against the sex bloggers.

“We cannot allow anyone to insult Islam in this country or anyone to insult any religions. Our stance is clear, there is no need to delay any more, insulting religion cannot be allowed,” he said.

The sex bloggers had uploaded an image themselves purportedly eating pork on Facebook, with a greeting to Muslims to break fast with Bak Kut Teh.-malaysiakini




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