27 May 2017

Geng pro PAS-UMNO tampaq dan hina bekas tentera...


Perhimpunan sekumpulan NGO pro PAS-UMNO hari ini yang bertujuan memburuk-burukkan Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang, Lim Guan Eng di hadapan Masjid Simpang Enam dekat sini bertukar kecoh.

Insiden tercetus apabila kumpulan itu tidak berpuas hati dengan pegawai penerangan Ketua Menteri, Mejar Zaidi Ahmad yang cuba berkomunikasi dengan seorang bekas pemimpin pemuda PAS yang sedang memberikan ucapan.

Melalui rakaman video yang dimuatnaik di laman Youtube oleh NSTonlinetv, Zaidi telah ditolak ke belakang oleh penyokong kumpulan tersebut.

Lebih mengejutkan, salah seorang penyokong kumpulan itu mula berang dan bertindak menampar Zaidi.

Dalam rakaman yang disiarkan di FreeMalaysiaToday, Zaidi sempat bertanyakan soalan.

“Dia tuduh kerajaan negeri, tu aku nak tanya fatwa apa yang dihalang?” soalnya.

Perkataan ‘bodoh punya tentera’, ‘makan dedak bab* banyak sangat’ ‘hei lembu’, ‘bangang’ kemudiannya dilontarkan kepada Zaidi ketika beliau diiringi keluar oleh seseorang yang dipercayai anggota keselamatan berpakaian preman keluar dari kawasan tersebut.

Himpunan dianjurkan oleh NGO yang menamakan diri mereka sebagai  Jaringan Muslimin Pulau Pinang itu dibuat bagi membantah kononnya wujud campurtangan kerajaan negeri dalam urusan fatwa di negeri itu.

Isu tersebut bagaimanapun telah dijawab sendiri oleh Mufti Kerajaan Pulau Pinang, Dr Wan Salim Wan Mohd Noor.

Menurutnya, Kerajaan Negeri Pulau Pinang tidak pernah campur tangan atau menghalang sebarang pewartaan fatwa negeri itu.

“Saya amat berharap agar ahli-ahli politik khasnya dan masyarakat amnya dapat menghormati fatwa yang diputuskan oleh mana-mana AJK Fatwa di negara ini sama ada di peringkat Muzakarah Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan mahupun fatwa negeri-negeri.

“Masyarakat hendaklah memahami bahawa keputusan fatwa dibuat berdasarkan kaedah-kaedah tertentu di samping mempertimbangkan kepentingan awam dan situasi sekeliling,” jelasnya. – Roketkini.com

Opposition Grand Coalition 
Can KO Barisan...

According to news report on the celebration of UMNO’s 71 anniversary, Prime Minister Najib has teased the UMNO supporters by asking if he should dissolve Parliament as early as the next day.

Well, some observers see it as a sign that he is very confident of a victory and that he may call for an election soon. However, there are two sayings which he needs to be reminded.

One is the old saying – “Pride goes before a fall”

The other is a quote attributed to Harold Washington, the first African-American elected as Mayor of Chicago. “Let’s not be overconfident, we still have to count the votes.”

BN sponsored analysts who dominate the official media have been saying that BN has more than the required number of votes to win the next election by a comfortable margin. In fact, some are so confident that they are assuring BN of a more than two thirds majority. Because these analysts are tied to the BN money machine, this message of a big BN victory will be drummed into our heads for the next few months.

But is this big BN victory a sure thing?

Going by my knowledge of politics in Ipoh and Perak, I wish to differ. - Koon Yew Yin
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For those of you who do not know him, Mr Koon Yew Yin(pix,above) is Malaysia's version of Warren Buffet. Warren Buffet was once the richest man in the US. He is still among the Top 3 beside Bill Gates and one more.  Warren Buffet is a savvy stock market investor in the US.

Koon Yew Yin is also a very successful stock market investor with a networth that runs into the hundreds of millions of Ringgit (or more).  Yesterday he was at an event at Hotel Istana. Despite being a multi-millionaire (if not a billionaire) Mr Koon arrived by LRT. 

When will the elections be held?  Its all about making people feel good. There will be a hype up over Bulan Puasa from May 27 till about June 26th. The Civil Servants will be treated to makan tak habis type 'gomen sponsored' Buka Puasa.  Make them feel 'kenyang'.

The stock market may see a Ramadhan Rally - to make the Chinese happy as well. There are few or no more Malay investors ("punters")  in the Stock Market. There will be a big boost up over Hari Raya (June 26th).  Possibly PLUS will be told to give huge Toll Discounts over the Hari Raya holidays. (Of course they can claim it back from the gomen).

Throughout July,  after Hari Raya,  there will be one month of Syawal Open Houses (from June 26 till July 25th)  to make the Civil Servants happy.   This year will see an overflow of feasting in the Month of Syawal at Minister's and Ministry 'open houses'.

Come August, there will be more "feel good" for the 60th Merdeka Celebrations. It will be one month of flag waving, chest thumping and butt kissing. The SEA Games will also be held around this time (19th - 20th August). More opportunities to pump up the "feel good".

The "feel good" will peak at the Budget 2018 which will be tabled in October. Many goodies will be given out,  taxes cut,  taxes and duties on cars will be cut (since Proton has been sold to Geely) causing a significant drop in car prices (thank you in advance).

Since "feel good" is very expensive and the "feel good" can disappear very quickly without money, they will likely dissolve Parliament just after the October Budget.

Time is not on their side. As more time passes, things are getting worse for the Malays. The Elders talked about seeing a Malay family of five eating white rice and sharing two pieces of chicken. 

Mr Koon Yew Yin is correct. They will be kicked out. - ostb

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26 May 2017

Proton, berakhirnya sebuah legacy...

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1. Proton has been sold. It has been sold to foreigners.

2. They say Proton is my brainchild. Now the child of my brain has been sold.

3. Yes. I am sad. I can cry. But the deed is done. Proton can no longer be national. No national car now. We Malaysians are glad to be rid of this pesky car. I am sure Proton will do well. It will be a commercial success. It will be sold all over the world. The Proton name will be everywhere.

4. It will be like Singapore. Malaysians are proud of this great city-state. If it had not been sold it would be, perhaps, as well developed as Kuala Kedah or Kuala Perlis. Then we cannot be proud of Singapore.

5. Now we can be proud of Proton. With money and superior technology it will compete with Rolls Royce and Bentley.

6. But I cannot be proud of its success. I cannot be proud of the success of something that does not belong to me or my country. Maybe other Malaysians will, but not me. Come to think of it, if our country is sold to others, to the very rich people of other countries, I am sure our country will become well developed too. It can even be a fully developed country – exceeding the expectations of Vision 2020.



7. It will be a great country with super highways, high-speed rail (HSR), gleaming skyscrapers, shining new towns, beautifully landscaped and lighted. But I can’t be proud! Can I be proud to be living on the fringes of this great country so well developed by the buyers.

8. I will die soon. I am already beyond average age. And as I slip into my final years, or month or days, I will watch as our beloved country is sold to foreigners to settle the trillion Ringgits that we owe. We will have to sell more and more of our country.

9. What are our assets? Our land of course!! That was what we did in the past. We sold chunks of our country. We lost the land we sold. That is what we are doing now. And that will be what we will have to do – or forfeit our country; like we forfeit Proton.

10. Proton the child of my brain has been sold. It is probably the beginning of the great sell-out. The process is inexorable. No other way can we earn the billions to pay our debts. The only way is to sell our assets. And eventually we will lose our country, a great country no doubt, but owned by others.

11. I am a sissy. I cry even if Malaysians are dry-eyed. My child is lost. And soon my country.

12. Please excuse me. - chedet

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Proton Bukan Projek Nasional Lagi...

Tak hairan kalau ada penggiat media sosial yang memprotes atau berjenaka mengenai penjualan kawalan Proton kepada syarikat China, memberi nama baru kepada projek kereta nasional itu.

Mereka memanggilnya “Ploton” iaitu sebutan yang zalim di kalangan sesetengah penutur bahasa Cina. Dengan penjualan kawalannya kepada Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, berakhirlah status Proton sebagai projek nasional atau kebangsaan.

Proton bukan lagi projek pendayaan ekonomi tetapi hanyalah sebuah perniagaan biasa. Jadi adalah wajar status nasionalnya ditarik balik. Apatah lagi majoriti sahamnya kini milik orang asing.

Semalam, DRB-HICOM, pemilik utama Proton, mencapai persetujuan untuk menjual 49.9 peratus saham Proton kepada syarikat negara China itu. Sebagai tambahan, Geely juga akan membeli 51 peratus saham pengeluar kereta sports British, Lotus.



Zhejiang Geely Holding Group kini memiliki Geely Automobile Hong Kong dan Volvo Car Group, Sweden.

Kalau kita masih ingat dan peduli, projek kereta nasional ini dilancarkan pada tahun 1983 dan mengeluarkan kereta pertamanya – Proton Saga – pada tahun 1985. 

Sebagai projek pendayaan ekonomi, ia telah mencetuskan beratus ribu peluang pekerjaan dan melatih pekerja mahir dalam industri automotif.

Pada satu ketika ia menjadi kereta paling laris di Malaysia sebelum kerajaan membuka pasaran tempatan kepada kereta import murah. Baca seterusnya...

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25 May 2017

再见(Zàijiàn) Ploton...


Sayonara Proton
Geely milik 49.9% dalam Proton
Lotus dilepaskan sepenuhnya...

Susulan daripada rangakaian berita yang tersebar sebelum ini berkaitan rakan strategik asing bagi Proton, Kumpulan DRB-Hicom tengahari ini mengadakan taklimat khas bagi media berhubung perkara itu. Seperti yang dilaporkan sebelum ini, kini sah Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co., Ltd sudah memeterai perjanjian untuk menjadi rakan strategik berkenaan, sebentar tadi.

Bagaimanapun, ada kemaskini terhadap pegangan kepentingan berbanding yang dinyatakan sebelum ini, baik ke atas Proton mahupun Lotus sendiri. Bagi Proton, Geely akan mempunyai pegangan kepentingan sebanyak 49.9% hampir separuh daripada pegangan keseluruhannya.

Bagaimanapun, bagi Lotus, yang sebelum ini disebut-sebut akan diserahkan pegangannya dalam jumlah antara 50-75%, juga sedikit berbeza. Proton akan menjual keseluruhan pegangan ekuitinya dalam syarikat pembuat kereta dari Britain, Lotus, kepada Geely Holding, sekali gus menamatkan penglibatannya dalam segmen sports car. 


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Namun, Geely akan mempunyai pegangan sebanyak 51% dalam Lotus, manakala 49% lagi menjadi pegangan Etika Automotive Sdn Bhd. Dengan ini, Lotus tidak lagi menjadi milik Proton.

Kedua-dua syarikat telah menandatangani perjanjian persefahaman itu hari ini, di Putrajaya serta disaksikan oleh Menteri Kewangan II, YB Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani.

“Sememangnya hasrat kami adalah untuk menghidupkan semula jenama Proton di mata dunia. Ia merupakan kereta nasional yang pertama dan mempunyai sejarah selama 30 tahun. Perjanjian ini akan menjadi pemangkin yang dapat menjulang semula sebuah jenama yang dibanggakan oleh semua rakyat Malaysia ini,” kata Pengarah Urusan Kumpulan DRB-HICOM, Dato’ Sri Syed Faisal Albar.



Geely Holding, pemilik Volvo Car Corporation dan The London Taxi Company, merupakan antara pengeluar utama kenderaan penumpang China. Syarikat berkenaan memiliki operasi di seluruh dunia, merangkumi 16 kilang pembuatan, tujuh studio reka bentuk serta lima pusat penyelidikan & pembangunan (R&D). 

Usahasama dengan PROTON akan membolehkan Geely bertapak di pasaran ASEAN dan meningkatkan penglibatannya dalam industri pembuatan serta R&D serantau. Kedua-dua pihak bakal menandatangani Perjanjian Muktamad dalam bulan Julai 2017. - paul tan.org

 Why an opposition grand coalition 
can defeat BN...

According to news reports on the celebration of Umno’s 71st anniversary, Prime Minister Najib Razak had teased Umno supporters by asking if he should dissolve Parliament as early as the following day.

Some observers see it as a sign that he is very confident of a victory and that he may call for an election soon.However, there are two sayings which he needs to be reminded of.

One is the old saying “Pride comes before a fall”. The other is a quote attributed to Harold Washington, the first African-American elected as Mayor of Chicago: “Let’s not be overconfident, we still have to count the votes.”

Barisan Nasional-sponsored analysts, who dominate the official media, have been saying that BN has more than the required number of votes to win the next election by a comfortable margin. 

In fact, some are so confident that they are assuring BN of a more than two-thirds majority. Because these analysts are tied to the BN money machine, this message of a big BN victory will be drummed into our heads over the next few months.

But is this big BN victory a sure thing? Going by my knowledge of politics in Perak, I wish to differ.

Tide turning against BN

In Perak, most voters have not forgotten that power was “stolen” from the then Pakatan Rakyat by BN. In the next election, many voters will want to correct the injustice and vote for the opposition.

Included in this group will be most of the civil servants as well as Felda settlers who have been regarded as Umno’s and BN’s vote banks. To some extent these voters have also been PAS’ vote banks.

But will the Malay civil servants and Felda settlers continue to allow themselves to be swayed by racial and religious politics and vote with their hearts rather than with their heads in the next election?

Or will they realise that both Umno and PAS have let them down badly and are not worth the support that the two parties have been provided with during the past 50 years and more?

Today, everyone, except for the elite, are suffering from a socio-economic crisis arising from the mismanagement of the economy and pervasive corruption. Food is more expensive, transport prices have soared, education costs have escalated.

According to Cuepacs president Azih Muda, civil servants have ended up heavily in debt to manage rising living costs, to the point that more than 60,000 of them risk bankruptcy.

“This is a direct effect of the hike in cost of living. Civil servants end up taking up a lot of loans and this is unsustainable and they are unable to manage their finances,” Azih told the foreign news agency Reuters.

This report was, understandably, not carried in the mainstream Malay media. Neither have the numerous reports on the financial mess inflicted on Felda settlers through the launch of Felda Global Ventures Berhad.

This time, I am sure the revolt of the Malay masses will take place. And when this revolt led by the civil servants and Felda settlers happens at the polling booth, a new page in our nation’s history will be reached.

Battle for change led by Dr Mahathir

Fittingly, the battle for change will be led by Dr Mahathir. Several weeks ago, I attended a Parti Pribumi Bersatu meeting at Padang Rengas, Kuala Kangsar, where I took the opportunity to renew my friendship with him and gave him a copy of my book,” 

Road Map for Achieving Vision 2020” which was partly inspired by Dr Mahathir’s vision for our nation’s future.Dr Mahathir was my business partner before he became the prime minister.

It is not only the Malay masses who will push for change. Today we have a new opposition coalition which will operate as a single entity against BN.

Featuring PPBM, DAP, PKR and Parti Amanah Negara as its component members, the opposition coalition will also include East Malaysian parties. This is an unprecedented grand coalition of Malaysian anti-BN voters which, in my opinion, can bring about the biggest upset in our political history once it gets its act together.

In the last GE, the opposition secured more than 51% of the total votes, but in terms of state and parliamentary seats, the opposition had less than BN because of the gerrymandering.

Although the gerrymandering will continue during the next election, the significant difference is that Dr Mahathir’s new party under Muhyiddin Yasin will be competing for Malay votes in the small towns and villages.

I believe, too, that PAS is deeply divided under president Hadi Awang, who is presently sick and unable to exert much influence. Once it becomes clear that the new grand opposition coalition will win, I expect many PAS leaders and voters to join the opposition and quit the friendship with BN.- Koon Yew Yin,fmt 

How Najib plans to win...

1.Najib is fully aware of the dire consequences to him if he loses. He will therefore leave no stone unturned in his effort to get the votes for the 14th General Election. He knows the possibility of losing even in his constituency of Pekan. In 1999 he won only by 241 votes and that also by hijacking votes of soldiers encamped in other constituencies.

2.For some time now he is striving to starve the opposition of funds.

3.Elections are costly. Posters, flags and buntings need a lot of money. Literally hundreds of thousands of these have to be produced. They will cost millions. The workers must be paid allowances, fed with nasi lemak and bottled drinks. There will be tens of thousands of them. At 2 bottles a day, 30,000 to 40,000 of bottle will be drunk.

4.Then the vehicles have to be rented or borrowed. Fuel would have to be paid for.

5.Rallies and ceramahs cost money. Thousands will attend and some drinking water would be needed. Tents and stages and public address systems will have to be rented.

6.All these need millions. If you do not have millions you cannot influence the people. Najib has billions. He is ensuring the opposition receive no donations.

7.How?

8.By imposing taxes on any money owned by even the relatively rich. And so:

9.Money more than RM 40,000 taken out from the bank will be asked to give details as to how the money is to be spent. Any hint that the money is to be donated to Opposition parties will meet obstacles to withdrawals, and harassments by income tax people.

10.Any borrowing for this purpose will not be approved. Baca seterusnya 


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24 May 2017

Populariti Najib lebih teruk dari Trump...

Najib trumps Donald in 
world unpopularity contest...

Prime Minister Najib Razak is one of five world leaders to have beaten US President Donald Trump in the unpopularity stakes, says TIME magazine.

Trump, who has been accused of the full gamut of misdeeds from tax evasion to racism and who is now facing allegations of collusion with US’ old foe, Russia in his presidential campaign, is undeniably unpopular. Yet, with an approval rating of just under 40%, Trump is "sitting pretty" compared with Najib and four others.

In terms of unpopularity, Time says Najib ranks up – or rather, down – there with President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela, President Michel Temer of Brazil, President Jacob Zuma of South Africa, and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of Greece.

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President Nicolas Maduro(Venezuela)

Maduro is currently the world’s most embattled political leader, says the report. Venezuelans taking to the streets daily to violently protest his government amid crippling food and medicine shortages. 

More than 70% of Venezuelans have lost an average of 19 pounds over the past year, and roughly 80% of basic medicines are unavailable.

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President Michel Temer(Brazil)

Temer, whose approval rating is in the single digits, is reported to be clinging to his job after recordings emerged of him allegedly negotiating the payment of a bribe. The slowdown of the global economy and the accompanying crash in commodity prices have led to the country’s worst recession ever. 

GDP has fallen more than 7% in the last two years, unemployment has roughly tripled, and at least 3.5 million people who had been lifted out of poverty in the boom years between 2004 and 2014 have slid back. 


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President Jacob Zuma(South Africa)

Zuma’s approval rating is at an all-time low of 20% across the country; more than 70% of  South Africans want him to resign. Since Zuma assumed the presidency in 2009, the country’s currency has lost a third of its value, and unemployment currently stands at 27%. 

Zuma has had nearly 800 charges of corruption levelled against him, and he relies on patronage networks to keep him afloat politically. He’s gotten rid of ministers and political rivals who crusaded against government corruption. 

Zuma is grooming his ex-wife to be his political successor to protect himself from prosecution once he leaves office. 

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Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras continues to fall in polls as he is forced to accept more and more austerity measures to keep his country afloat.  Tsipras and his Syriza government are said to have compounded financial woes that began well before Tsipras assumed the reins. 

Syriza triggered elections in 2014 at a time when it seemed the Greek economy was finding its footing, which was followed by a snap referendum on whether to accept a new bailout deal from foreign creditors. Greeks said no, but Tsipras went ahead and signed it anyway.

PM Malaysia

In the case of Najib, Time says, "Who needs to be popular when you can be rich?" Najib established the economic-development investment fund called 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) the same year he assumed office. 

It was alleged that more than US$1 billion (RM4.4 billion) ended up in Najib’s personal account, which the prime minister has since clarified was a gift from the Saudi royal family. He was backed up by Malaysia's attorney-general, who reported that the money constituted a legal donation, and that 'most' of it was returned. 

Although the report did not quote any approval rating with regard to Najib to substantiate its claim, a recent study by a Selangor government think-tank claimed that the findings of its poll indicated that Najib is the most unpopular prime minister in the nation's history.

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Politically-speaking, the report says Najib doesn’t have much to worry about he retains firm control of Umno, the political party that has dominated Malaysian politics for nearly six decades. "Who needs popularity when you have political power and money in the bank?" it added.

He has systematically sidelined opponents within the party, and his main adversaries outside the party have been jailed on what critics say are politicised charges. Who needs popularity when you have political power and money in the bank?

The prime minister has denied abusing public funds for personal gain, and blamed such allegations on those conspiring to topple him from power. - themalaysianinsight/mk

Najib lebih teruk dari Trumph ikut Times

PKR endorses Azmin's move 
to 'maintain stability' in S'gor

PKR today indicated that there will unlikely be changes to the Selangor government after being briefed by Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali who yesterday met with the PAS leadership.

PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said the party's political bureau has taken note of Azmin's explanation that while PAS had severed ties with Pakatan Harapan, its 13 state-assemblypersons and three executive councillors have agreed to continue supporting common policies based on the Buku Jingga agenda.

"The PKR political bureau also agrees with the menteri besar's approach to ensure stability of the state government ahead of the 14th general election and continue with efforts to develop Selangor, in line with the mandate given by the people," she said in a statement after chairing its weekly meeting at the party headquarters.

Wan Azizah further said that PKR remains confident in Azmin's leadership as menteri besar, amid questions over implications following the party's break-up with PAS.

PAS currently has three state excos in Selangor - Chempaka assemblyperson Iskandar Samad, Taman Templer assemblyperson Zaidy Abdul Talib and Sijangkang assemblyperson Ahmad Yunus Hairi.

Azmin had yesterday met with all three of them in Sekinchan, together with PAS Selangor chief Sallehen Mukhyi, in conjunction with Selangor ruler Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah's visit to the town which is famed for its paddy plantations.

Sallehen later denied that there was a discussion concerning the state exco positions during the meeting.

The position of the PAS excos became a focal point after the Islamist party severed political ties with PKR, with its syura council accusing its former ally of betrayal. - mk

KENYATAAN MEDIA

Biro Politik KEADILAN malam ini telah mendengar taklimat dari YAB Dato' Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali, Dato’ Menteri Besar Selangor merangkap Timbalan Presiden KEADILAN, berhubung situasi di Negeri Selangor ekoran keputusan Majlis Syura Ulama PAS yang membatalkan tahaluf siyasi di antara PAS dengan KEADILAN.

Biro Politik KEADILAN mengambil maklum penjelasan yang diberikan YAB Dato' Menteri Besar Selangor bahawa, walaupun mereka bukan sebahagian dari Pakatan Harapan, kesemua 13 Ahli Dewan Negeri dan Ahli Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri Selangor dari PAS telah bersetuju untuk terus menyokong dasar bersama Kerajaan Negeri Selangor berasaskan Buku Jingga, dan meneruskan keyakinan terhadap kepimpinan Dato' Menteri Besar Selangor YAB Dato' Seri Azmin Ali.

Biro Politik KEADILAN turut bersetuju dengan pendekatan YAB Dato’ Menteri Besar Selangor untuk menjamin kestabilan Kerajaan Negeri menjelang PRU 14 dan meneruskan usaha membangunkan Negeri Selangor selaras dengan mandat besar rakyat pada PRU 13.

Biro Politik KEADILAN yakin terhadap kepimpinan YAB Dato' Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali untuk terus menerajui Kerajaan Negeri sebagai Dato' Menteri Besar Selangor dan melaksanakan pembangunan negeri demi kemakmuran dan kesejahteraan rakyat Selangor.

YB Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail
Presiden KEADILAN
23 Mei 2017

Ini baru politik matang bukan politik natang...


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23 May 2017

Buat apa cakap pasai 2/3 tapi membisu tentang isu 1MDB...

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PAS diperingatkan bahawa, tiada makna anggota parlimen Islam menguasai dua pertiga Dewan Rakyat jika mereka tidak bersuara apabila ada isu rasuah dan skandal besar.

Anggota Parlimen Sepang, Hanipa Maidin, juga berkata sebelum menguasai majoriti besar itu, PAS perlu terlebih dulu meyakinkan pengundi untuk memilih mereka pada pilihan raya umum akan datang.

"Kalau ada dua pertiga sekali pun, tapi tak mahu bersuara apabila ada rasuah, salah guna kuasa dan skandal besar macam isu1MDB, buat apa?" katanya melalui Facebook hari ini.

Hanipa yang pernah menjadi anggota Jawatankuasa Pusat PAS mengulas kenyataan Nasrudin Hassan yang disiarkan Malaysiakini semalam.

Kata Nasrudin, umat Islam perlu bersatu dan memastikan dua pertiga anggota parlimen di Dewan Rakyat beragama Islam bagi mengukuhkan kuasa politik mereka.

Kata ketua penerangan PAS itu walaupun Islam menjadi agama persekutuan dan majoriti penduduk negara ini adalah muslim, masyarakat Islam di negara ini masih lemah, hina dan "bangsat di atas tanah air sendiri."


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Nasrudin yang juga anggota parlimen Temerloh itu berkata, umat Islam perlu bangkit dari lena yang panjang dan keluar dari zon selesa mereka.

Ketika ini daripada 222 kerusi Dewan Rakyat, 135 daripadanya - atau 61 peratus - adalah wakil beragama Islam.

Hanipa berkata dalam keadaan Umno yang tidak memiliki dua pertiga kerusi Dewan Rakyat pun pelbagai skandal dikaitkan dengan parti itu, keadaan mungkin menjadi lebih buruk jika keadaan adalah sebaliknya.

"Yang lebih teruk lagi, ada juga anggota parlimen Islam yang mendakwa mereka memperjuangkan Islam tapi tidak bersuara lantang melawan Umno di parlimen walaupun rasuah dan kezaliman berlaku di depan mata," katanya.

Hanipa juga mengecam perubahan sikap PAS yang didakwanya melupakan janji bahawa parti itu berjuang untuk semua rakyat Malaysia.

Sebaliknya, kata beliau, PAS menuduh pihak tidak sehaluan dengannya sebagai pengkhianat.

"Hangpa (kalian) ingat apa yang hangpa buat sekarang ni, pengundi semua kaum dan agama tak nampak ke?

"Apa hangpa ingat pengundi negara ini bebal macam ramai cyber trooper (tentera siber) di alam maya ke?" katanya lagi. - mk

PAS mula mengugut MB Azmin...

Pecat dulu baru Pas Selangor nyatakan pendirian - tidakkah ini benar-benar pelik?

Pas Selangor dilaporkan akan menyatakan pendirian berhubung kedudukan 13 Adun mereka hanya jika tiga Exconya dipecat oleh Menteri Besar, Azmin Ali.

Pesuruhjaya Pas Selangor, Salehan Mukhyi berkata, dakwaan kononnya semua Adun Pas di negeri ini bersedia keluar daripada pentadbiran negeri pimpinan Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali adalah satu dakwaan tidak berasas.

"Itu tak benar. Nak tahu apa  benar, tunggu selepas dipecat, barulah kita akan beritahu sesuatu yang benar," kata beliau.

Kenapa Pas Selangor seolah-olah masih nak mengugut Azmin Ali?

Tidakkah pendirian Pas Selangor sudah diketahui umum iaitu parti itu tiada lagi apa-apa hubungan dengan PKR? Baca seterusnya...

‘Police played us out’, Nazri says on 
Dr M debate cancellation...

Tourism and Culture Minister Nazri Abdul Aziz has claimed that the police instructed several Umno leaders in Padang Rengas to lodge reports that led to the cancellation of his debate with former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamed last month.

Speaking at an Umno Overseas Club alumni dinner function in Kuala Lumpur last night, the Padang Rengas MP said he was perplexed by the excuse of the police that the permits were denied on grounds of potential security concerns.

"I asked to see the reports. They (police) did not show me, but I got them (the reports) anyway.

"All five reports were identical (in format) and have identical statements," added the Umno supreme council member.

From the five reports, Nazri further revealed that he discovered how an Umno branch leader, an Umno Youth leader and a village chief in his constituency were instructed by the police to lodge reports against the debate, which was initially scheduled to be held at Maktab Rendah Sains Mara in Kuala Kangsar on on March 25.

"All three of them, when I asked, why did you this? They said, 'the police instructed'.

"Do you (police) think this is a joke? How can it be that I, as a minister, if I debate with Mahathir, it could lead to a fight?" asked Nazri.

"It was their (police) game. Truly they played (a game). I don't care if the police are listening," he said in response to a participant who asked whether there were legitimate security concerns for the police's decision to reject the notice submitted by debate organiser Kumpulan Karangkraf.

Nazri also claimed that while their debate was not allowed to take place, the local police had approved an application from Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) to hold a political rally featuring Mahathir in Padang Rengas, on the same night.

How did Mahathir fund elections during his time?

The minister said he was angry with the cancellation as it fuelled speculation that he had backed out of the debate.

"Any other minister may have backed out. Minister Nazri Aziz is different," Nazri said, adding he then personally contacted Karangkraf founder Husammudin Yaacub to arrange for the debate to be held at its premises in Shah Alam.

Despite initially obtaining approval for the debate to be held on April 7, Husammudin said the written consent was revoked by Selangor police in less than 24-hours.

Selangor deputy police chief Mohd Fuad Abdul Latiff later said troublemakers were expected to disrupt the event and that 18 police reports had been lodged against it.

"That's why I said if I was that much of a security threat, we should hold the debate in Antarctica because penguins do not understand Malay.

"I am prepared to face Dr Mahathir… Up in the sky, in the middle of the ocean. Just make it happen," said Nazri.

Nazri also stressed he was adamant on debating Mahathir as there were questions that needed to be asked following the former prime minister's attacks on Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's RM2.6 billion donation.

Insisting that Najib had done no wrong to open a personal account and receive donations from Saudi royalty for BN's election machinery, Nazri said Mahathir must similarly come clean on the amounts he had sourced to fund five elections for BN during his time as Umno president.

"All we know is that all his children are very rich," Nazri said, after pointing out that it was only a crime to accept laundered funds from questionable sources and through corrupt means. - mk

Debat Dr M batal:Polis mainkan kami, kata Nazri



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Takpalah kami tanam harum masam.
Awatlah bangang sangat puak2 ni...

Will finish reading tonite.
Hope I am still a muslim by tomorrow...

Lidah bercabang si Donald Trump...

cheers.