03 January 2016

Penglipur lara PAS kitar semula dongeng lama UMNO...



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Dakwaan Zuhdi terhadap DAP cerita lama UMNO...

Dakwaan Pengarah Penyelidikan PAS Pusat Dr Mohd Zuhdi Marzuki sekiranya DAP berjaya menawan Putrajaya, mereka akan membenarkan pembukaan pangkalan tentera Israel di negara ini adalah cerrita jajaan UMNO yang sudah lapuk.

Pengerusi Amanah Terengganu, Datuk Raja Kamarul Bahrin Raja Ahmad Shah berkata, ia merupakan cerita lama UMNO yang tersebar sebelum Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13 (PRU-13) tetapi senyap selepas itu.

“Apakah Zuhdi telah ketandusan idea dan diberi pinjam idea itu oleh UMNO? Maklumlah ini zaman era baru kerjasama ‘you help me i help you’.

“Atau adakah Zuhdi diarahkan oleh UMNO? Dia merupakan insan yang sangat bertuah kerana walaupun bertahun-tahun menjadi Pengarah Strategi Pas, dia masih diboleh mengajar di universiti kerajaan UMNO.

“Sangat istimewa kedudukannya. Seperti dikatakan oleh Datuk (Seri) Najib (Tun Razak) dahulu, ‘you help me, i help you,” katanya menerusi satu kenyataan pada Sabtu.

Dalam pada itu, Raja Kamarul Bahrin yang juga Ahli Parlimen Kuala Terengganu turut meminta pandangan Zuhdi mengenai keistimewaan syarikat negara China yang dibenarkan memiliki 100 peratus Stesen Tenaga Elektrik Strategik Negara walaupun bertentangan dengan amalan keselamatan negara.

Menurutnya, syarikat negara China juga dibenarkan memiliki tanah strategik negara 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) untuk menyelamatkan syarikat berkenaan.

“Bukankah pihak UMNO dan ultra Melayu sahabat Zuhdi begitu bersangka buruk kepada Cina rakyat Malaysia sendiri sehingga berbagai tuduhan dikeluarkan?

“Kenapa mesti ‘double’ ini?

“Kenapa buruk sangka kepada Cina tempatan rakyat Malaysia dan baik sangka dengan Cina Negara Komunis?,” tanya beliau.

Dr Mohd Zuhdi baru-baru ini mendakwa kononnya DAP ditawarkan RM1.2 bilion daripada Israel sekiranya memenangi PRU-13.

Antara syarat tawaran berkenaan dikatakan termasuk membenarkan pembukaan pangkalan tentera Israel di negara ini, jika DAP dapat menawan Putrajaya.- mk

DAP vows to exact heavy price in court over ‘Israeli’ claim...

DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang has promised a "heavy price in court" for those behind the allegation that Israel offered the opposition party RM1.2 billion in exchange for a naval base in Port Dickson.

"Senior political leaders from other political parties who lied about the DAP, like the one who made the preposterous allegation about the DAP being offered RM1.2 billion in exchange for an Israeli naval base in Port Dickson, will have to pay the heavy price for such baseless and reckless allegations in the courts.

"I expect DAP lawyers to initiate legal proceedings in a day or two," he said at a political dinner function last night.

Lim described the allegation, where the money was given to DAP to fight the 2013 general election in return for Israel to build a military base in Port Dickson should it win power, as "political desperation".

The allegation was made by PAS research centre director Mohd Zuhdi Marzuki but Lim did not name names or mention DAP’s former ally.

Instead, Lim went on to lament PAS without its spiritual leader, Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat.

"We all miss the leadership and guidance of Tok Guru Nik Aziz... for if he is still with us today, his voice would be heard loud and clear denouncing the rampant corruption, widespread injustices and abuses of power as represented by Najib’s RM2.6 billion donation and RM55 billion 1MDB twin mega scandals and calling for national reform," said Lim.

Lim also slammed PM Najib Razak's New Year message where he declared an end to the twin scandals following the sale of 1MDB assets to Chinese companies, describing it as another act of political desperation.

"What beggars the imagination is how Najib could make such an outrageous claim when he himself could not possibly believe it, unless he has left the real world of politics and entered the world of make-believe," said Lim. - mk

PERKASA kritik langkah terbaru 1MDB...

Kumpulan pendesak Melayu PERKASA kecewa dengan tindakan kerajaan menjual 60 peratus kepentingan milik 1MDB dalam Bandar Malaysia Sdn Bhd.

Presidennya, Datuk Ibrahim Ali (gambar) berkata ini kerana tindakan tersebut telah mengakibatkan maruah Melayu dan kedaulatan rakyat tergadai.

“Sedih kecewa yang amat sangat. Tidak boleh buat apa, ia sudah dijual.

“Mungkin kesuntukan masa dan sikap ambil mudah sebagai jalan pintas maka tergadailah maruah dan kedaulatan rakyat apatah lagi bagi kaum pribumi.

“Ini yang di katakan menang sorak kampung tergadai,” tegas Ibrahim kepada Malaysiakini.

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Malah, Ibrahim berkata segala usaha bagi menghalang penjualan tersebut sudah terlewat.

“Dah terlewat. Jika kerajaan baca resolusi dan usul yang diluluskan oleh PERKASA dalam wacana, meja bulat, konvensyen malah kongres PERKASA sebelum ini yang telah diserah kepada kerajaan berkaitan isu ekonomi, tanah dan pelbagai kepentingan rakyat dan negara.

“Jika ia diberi perhatian dan dihayati, penjualan ini sewajarnya tidak berlaku. Sepatutnya ada cara lain,” kata bekas anggota Parlimen Pasir Mas itu.

Kelmarin, 1MDB menjual kepentingan 60 peratus miliknya dalam Bandar Malaysia Sdn Bhd kepada sebuah konsortium yang terdiri daripada Iskandar Waterfront Holdings (IWH) Sdn Bhd dan China Railway Engineering Corporation (CREC) Sdn Bhd. - mk


Malays ‘pawned’ in 1MDB quick fix, decries Perkasa...

Malaysians, particularly the Malays, have been “pawned” in 1MDB's quick-fix solution to its debt problems, laments Perkasa chief Ibrahim Ali.

"There should have been another way. Maybe they ran out of time and took a shortcut. Thus the pride and sovereignty of the rakyat, especially the Malays, have been pawned (tergadai)," Ibrahim told Malaysiakini.

He was responding to the sale of 60 percent of Bandar Malaysia for RM7.41 billion to a consortium consisting of Iskandar Waterfront Holdings Sdn Bhd (IWH) and China Railway Engineering Corporation Sdn Bhd (CREC).

This, together with 1MDB's 100 percent sale of Edra Global Energy to China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN), was part of measures to reduce 1MDB's burgeoning RM42 billion debt.


Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak had earlier promised to resolve the sovereign wealth fund's debt problems by the end of 2015, and proudly announced that 1MDB had now entered agreements that would slash its debts by RM40.4 billion.

Ibrahim said he was extremely disappointed by the sales, adding that it was too late to do anything about it.

He also raised concerns on what else the government would do once it signed the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA).

"We are worried that the TPPA would threaten national assets. But even without the TPPA, our land and energy are being sold to foreigners," he said.

The TPPA is a multinational free trade agreement in which the United State is a key proponent.- mk

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