Kisah maharaja perompak ahlan wasahlan dengan lebai ular dalam semak bukan lagi fantasi tapi sudah jadi realiti. Lebai ular dalam semak tidak malu menjaja sokongannya terhadap maharaja penyamun.
Dulu lebai ular dalam semak berpelukan mencium pipi Lim Kit Siang dan Lim Guan Eng. Kawin mut'ah politik tak lama bila lebai munafik terlondeh serban mengecam DAP yang kafir.
Lebai ular dalam semak ini mungkin mabuk budu dan terlekat keropok lekor berkulat. Fitnah dilontar sama banyak dengan kentut busuk mereka. Ahli-ahli berstatus kaldai, lembu pawah, kerbau balaq merhaban separuh gila menyokong lebai ular dlm semak menyebar fitnah dengan fatwa songsang.
Sekarang lebai ajaran songsang ini merhaban dengan maharaja penyamun selepas tersedak makan dedak haram. Dulu UMNO dikafirkan. Keluarga hancur akibat konflik fahaman politik.
Berlaku sembahyang dua imam. Inilah ajaran sesat, fatwa songsang hasil punahsihat iblis dan syaitan yang bergayut pada serban dan janggut sejemput.
Cermin diri dan tanya diri sendiri dengan penuh kejujuran, wahai Melayu. Jangan kamu menipu diri menjaja hak istimewa Melayu dan Islam yang terancam. Dengan kuasa Allah dan rakyat yg insaf maharaja penyamun dan kabilah super koruptornya ditendang dari Putrajaya.
Inilah para pemimpin yg bangsatkan Melayu dan memperlecehkan Islam. Memang kita mahu Melayu/Bumiputra bersatu, tapi bukan dininabobo oleh para pemimpin Melayu yang super korup, gila kuasa, lupa daratan, zalim, tidak berpegang pada tali Allah.
Kalau kamu Melayu berpegang pada tali Allah, insaf, anti korupsi, berjihad di jalan Allah, anti rasuah dan penyalahgunaan kuasa maka jadikan Tun Mahathir Mohamad sebagai obor perjuangan untuk memperkasakan hak dan kepentingan Melayu/Bumiputra dan Islam tanpa menyalahkan bangsa-bangsa lain untuk menutup kelemahan bangsa kamu sendiri. - Yahaya Ismail
Anwar on Talk Asia...
Singapore seeks to extend truce
with Malaysia over air and sea borders...
Singapore’s offer – made after a scheduled meeting on Wednesday between the two countries’ transport ministers – was for both sides to extend the concessions on the air space row.
Announcing the proposal on Facebook, Singapore’s Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said his Malaysian counterpart Anthony Loke would “take my suggestion back to his cabinet colleagues”.
The dispute regards Malaysia’s objections to a Singaporean plan to broadcast a new radar system over the state of Johor which borders the Lion City. Malaysia says this will inconvenience residents and restrict industrial development in Johor.
As a temporary measure, the two countries’ foreign ministers had agreed to stay their hand in the dispute. Malaysia, which reacted to the Singapore plan by declaring the affected area a restricted military training zone, lifted that restriction for a month, while the city state has suspended the implementation of the radar system for the same time period.
Khaw’s proposal is for these temporary terms to continue “to give our officials more discussion time to reach a win-win solution”.
He said he would meet Loke again after Lunar New Year. There was no immediate comment from Loke’s office.
Singapore-based analysts said the Lion City’s gesture was a huge contrast from its angry reaction a week earlier. It had accused a state level Malaysian official of jeopardising an accord on the row it had struck with the federal government led by Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.
“I see Singapore’s offer as an attempt to keep things on an even keel,” Eugene Tan, a political observer and law professor at the Singapore Management University, told This Week in Asia.
“Given the pace of negotiation and the entrenched position of both parties, Singapore is mindful that such an extension can help keep tensions at bay and would be positively received by Malaysia,” he said.
The ministers – who had exchanged fierce words after the row broke out in December – appeared to be engaged in “confidence building”, the law professor said.
Other analysts predicted the move would bring an air of calm to talks after the sour episode involving the state level official – the Johor chief minister Osman Sapian.
A day after the foreign ministers’ meeting in January, Osman boarded a Malaysian vessel in waters claimed by both countries – the second of the two disputes the neighbours are embroiled in. That action ran contrary to the entente reached by the foreign ministers. The Malaysian foreign ministry later distanced itself from Osman’s actions.
Buying more time for talks “creates a climate of diplomatic positivity”, said Mustafa Izzuddin, a research fellow at Singapore’s ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute who studies ties between the Lion City and its closest neighbour.
With the Lunar Year a major festival in both countries, it was “prudent to hold discussions after the festivities,” Mustafa said.
The cross border row has dominated social media conversations in both countries. Observers have described the current state of affairs as the lowest point in the two countries’ relationship in two decades.
The diplomatic chill has coincided with the return of Mahathir, widely viewed as a Singapore hawk, as prime minister.
Ties between the neighbours have been testy at times in the decades since they acrimoniously split in 1965. - scmp
Syed Saddiq on Hard Talk...
How shameless are these goons pretending not
to know about a scandal of this magnitude?