Shahidan Kassim kata Israel menciplak slogan ‘Endless Possibilities’ dari Malaysia dan bukan sebaliknya.
Kesian Menteri Najib ni dah sama tahap dengan menteri Mat Maslan kuat kelentong!!!
Katanya Israel melancarkan slogan sama pada Mei tahun ini, manakala Malaysia menggunakan slogan tersebut sejak Januari.
Dahlah 1Malaysia ditiru 1Israel. Selepas itu pandai dia menyindir orang yang bertanya, orang yang pernah belajar di sekolah rendah akan dapat membezakan antara Januari dan Mei.
Website 'Israel Tours Holy Land and Israel Travel' dengan artikel bertajuk 'Haifa a city with endless possibilities in Israel' mendedahkan tarikh sebenar slogan 'Endless Possibilities' mula diperkenalkan oleh negara Israel.
Tarikh slogan itu mula diperkenalkan dan digunakan oleh Kementerian Pelancongan Israel ialah pada Disember 2011 bukannya empat bulan iaitu pada Mei 2013 seperti didakwa oleh Pejabat Perdana Menteri itu..
Kalau betul jawapan untuk sindir orang, oklah juga tetapi bukti yang dipaparkan sebaliknya. Baca di sini
Jadi kesimpulannya ialah Pejabat Perdana Menteri bersama menterinya cuba memperbodohkan rakyat Malaysia..
Israel guna slogan pada 2011.. kemudiannya Mongolia ciplak dari Isreal pada 2012 dan akhirnya Malaysia pula ciplak dari Mongolia pada tahun 2013..
Kalau Shahidan Kassim ingat semua rakyat serupa macam ahli, penyokong dan pendokong UMNO .. Dia amat silap .. kalau dia nak tipu dan perdayakan semua ahli dan penyokong UMNO tiada siapa ambil kisah kerana mereka memang sudah pun cukup terkenal seantaro dunia suka kena tipu bulat-bulat... kalau tidak masakan Tun Dr Mahathir kata para pemimpin UMNO kini bodoh-bodoh belaka dan para penyokong dan pengikutnya lagi bodoh.
Inilah jenis pemimpin yang jadi menteri bukan kerana kehebatan tetapi kebolehan yang luar biasa tanpa ada rasa malu sanggup mencium tangan Najib Razak.
Tapi bagi rakyat yang tak buta maklumat, kenyataan Shahidan Kassim itu hanyalah satu lagi kenyataan lawak dari beliau..
Harap-harap pihak Israel tidak membaca berita ini jika tidak terburailah tahap kecerdikan menteri kita. - f/bk
Baru ini Mat Maslan buat lawak pasai minyak paling murah...
Ahmad Maslan kata dia tak bodoh..yang bodoh tu 47% pengundi yang pangkah BN..
MCA, Gerakan MPs only 'coffeeshop heroes' cakap tak serupa bikin...
The members of Parliament from MCA and Gerakan have been slammed for being “coffeeshop heroes” for not voting against the recently-passed amendment bill to the Prevention of Crime Act (PCA).
Taiping MP Nga Kor Ming said the leaders from the two political parties were outspoken enough to raise their opposing views, only by issuing statements and holding press conferences outside Parliament.
“But when it comes to Parliament, they (MCA and Gerakan leaders) are yes-men (pak turut),” said Nga during a press conference at the Parliament lobby today.
Yesterday, among other 115 BN MPs, MCA and Gerakan MPS voted for the PCA amendment bill, allowing the controversial bill to be passed.
Nga named several leaders like Gerakan acting president Chang Ko Youn and MCA’s Heng Seai Kie who had opposed the two-year detention without trial under the amendments.
“Three times Pakatan Rakyat challenged MCA and Gerakan MPs to oppose the draconian law, but their talk is not the same as action (cakap tak serupa bikin),” Nga lamented.
As political parties with integrity, Nga said, MCA and Gerakan should be responsible and the people should not be cheated in this way.- malaysiakini
Gerakan, MCA say 'No' to preventive detention...
“In the past, preventive detention has been abused, especially for political purposes, and the public anger that followed resulted in the repeal of the Internal Security Act (ISA) and Emergency Ordinance (EO).
"What safeguards are in place this time?” asked Gerakan acting president Chang Ko Youn in a statement today.
He said while Gerakan supports the government's efforts to fight crime, "the party also steadfastly maintains that there should be no return of any law that provides for preventive detention".
This, Chang said was pertinent in light of the police's fierce resistance to any oversight body, including the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC).
“Preventive detention is merely a quick fix. What we need is a comprehensive plan to fight crime and the causes of crime.
"Locking people up and throwing away the key is not the solution, going by our past experiences with the EO.
"In fact, what we need is for the police to fully and systematically investigate crimes and for the prosecution to be brave in prosecuting suspects," he said.
Chang added that preventive detention should not overtake due process as it is against the human rights tenets that Malaysia professes to uphold.
MCA choruses opposition
MCA also voiced opposition to the two-year detention without trial included under the proposed amendments to the Prevention of Crime Act 1959 (PCA).
The party's vice-president Gan Ping Sieu said such detention was no longer suitable to be implemented.
"MCA is not in favour of the detention without trial order although we see the government's effort to strike a balance between combating crime and human rights," Gan told a press conference at Wisma MCA today.
He explained that the 71-day police remand order under the current Act as well as restricted residence imposed were adequate enough to supervise a person suspected of having committed a registrable offence as outlined in the PCA.
“The legal representation for the registered person is not wide enough,” he said.
Lauding another proposed amendment as a progressive move, Gan said it allowed power transition in issuance of the detention order from Home Ministry to a three-member board led by a judge.
However, he said that it was a shame that the Home Ministry did not include religious extremists and big-time Ah Long (moneylenders) under registrable offences.
“They are part of the crime scene and should not be left out,” he reiterated, adding that he hoped the party’s legislators would raise this matter in Parliament.
Judicial review move lauded
The newly-introduced Section 15A(1) explicitly states that no judicial review is allowed against the board’s decision or findings in the exercise of its discretionary powers.
However, Gan, a practising lawyer, argued that judicial review was allowed to challenge the board’s decision to issue a detention order.
Based on the amendment bills that he had read, Gan said, only issuance of a supervision order was not allowed to be challenged, except for matters concerning procedural requirements.
Meanwhile, MCA’s Heng Seai Kie (right) said while the government is “only doing what it deems best for the betterment of the people”, nevertheless, she described some of the proposed amendments as “too harsh”.
Besides that, the amendment to punish perpetrators of vandalism with jail (term) for up to three years is also an example of where the punishment is not proportionate to the crime committed.
“Acts of vandalism should be categorised and penalised according to its degree of seriousness and age of vandals,” she said in a statement.-malaysiakini
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Jack Sparrow dah jumpa kot..
Mutiara kata dari poliTikus2 kelentong...cheers.