28 September 2016

“1 Pengundi, 1 Undi, 1 Nilai”...

SPR move

Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) dinasihat supaya tidak menjadi alat kepada pemerintah zalim dan digesa bertanggungjawab kepada sistem demokrasi berperlembagaan negara dengan tidak sewenang-wenang membuat persempadanan semula kawasan pilihanraya.

Ini kerana cadangan SPR menjalankan persempadanan semula baru-baru ini menyebabkan wujudnya pembahagian kawasan yang tidak seimbang sekaligus mendiskriminasi nilai setiap undi yang diberikan.

Gesaan ini dibuat Sosialis Muda DAP (DAPSY) Perak membantah tindakan SPR yang telah mengabaikan prinsip “1 Pengundi, 1 Undi, 1 Nilai” dan hanya akan menguntungkan parti pemerintah.

Bercakap kepada Roketkini, ketuanya Howard Lee berkata, persempadanan semula yang dilakukan SPR jelas merupakan strategi kotor untuk memenangkan Barisan Nasional (BN) dalam pilihanraya akan datang.


“Persempadanan semula di atas niat politik kotor yang telah berlaku di beberapa tempat di Negeri Perak merupakan suatu strategi yang telah biasa diamalkan oleh kerajaan BN untuk merampas kuasa tunggal Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya,” ujar ADUN Pasir Pinji itu.

Menurut Howard, selain SPR, para pengundi juga perlu memainkan peranan menyatakan bantahan dalam siasatan awam berkenaan proses persempadanan semula.

“Kita perlu menuntut supaya setiap undi yang diberikan punya nilai. Tapi malangnya, pengundi hanya diberi masa sebulan untuk bantah cadangan SPR ini,” katanya.

Justeru, beliau bersama rombongan DAPSY Perak telah berkunjung ke Pejabat SPR Perak semalam bagi menyerahkan memorandum menggesa agensi tersebut memikul tanggungjawab supaya kepercayaan dan kuasa yang diamanahkan oleh rakyat kepada SPR ini terpelihara.

Beliau menegaskan, kegagalan membantah cadangan SPR yang tidak wajar itu akan memberi kesan terhadap masa depan negara dan generasi akan datang. – Roketkini.com

Side Effects Of Projek IC...

While the world watches in horror as the sixth case of kidnapping-for-ransom is reported this year alone in Sabah, minister Masidi Manjun says it is becoming painfully apparent that locals are playing a heavy hand in the illegal activities and turning a tidy profit from it.

Commenting on how challenging the situation had become, Masidi, who is state tourism, culture and environment minister, was reported in news portal Malay Mail Online as saying local villagers and weapons dealers were likely to be involved as they stood to gain financially from the illegal activities.

“There are so many people involved, it is fast becoming a public-listed company,” he said during his speech at a workshop on marine environment and security at University Malaysia Sabah today.

(That would be largely the Projek IC people brought in from the Philippines. I dont think you will find any Dusun or Kadazan people, or Chinese people or my ACS classmate who lives in Sabah involved in kidnapping their neighbors or selling out their country. These are people who have no love for their neighbors or our country. I blame this on Projek IC.  Do the Semenanjung people care? They are stupid. Bodoh. They know that in situations like this, they can make money. ESSCOM spent RM660 million, and has little to show.)

He also said the authorities were pulling out all the stops to nab those involved but that the state’s security forces would be saddled with the burden of balancing aggressive and deadly response with human rights and diplomatic relations, the news portal reported.

Filipino militants have been suspected of boldly crossing the borders of Sabah to carry out kidnappings, with Masidi warning authorities including the Eastern Sabah Security Command (Esscom) to prepare for a surge in intrusions following heavy military action in Southern Philippines against the Abu Sayyaf’s stronghold on Jolo island.

“Everyone knows they (militants) will flee here, that will mean double trouble for us. They are armed and dangerous and some of them may already be here.

“All this while, we are asking them (Esscom) to protect our borders, but these people manage to slip in. If they are living here, then Esscom will be rendered ineffective,” the news portal quoted him as saying.

(Yes ESSCOM will be rendered ineffective if the locals provide intelligence, provide safe havens, provide networks, provide logistics etc for the Abu Sayyaf. Dont forget some of the Sulu who attacked Tanduo had Malaysian ICs.  They had already brought in their weapons and hidden the weapons wwith their relatives and friends in Semporna. This is the result of Projek IC. The anjing tersepit have come home to bite you in the backside. Do the Semenanjung people care? They can make money from these things. RM660 million for ESSCOM.)

He also said that while regional talks between Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia were ongoing, nothing concrete had emerged as yet apart from all three governments agreeing in principle to collaborate on maritime security.

(I told you so. It was just a stupid PR exercise to fool the people that other than shopping with stolen money, MO1 also scratches his butt once in a while pondering the Mindanao problem, and how to gain free publicity from it.  Without the MNLF there is no peace. Dont bullshit and waste time.  Duterte said so already, I know this, you know this, the MILF, MNLF all know this.  Yet you keep brokering these stupid "final, final" peace deals that dont work. Why? Because that is what the Americans want. Anotherc 'final peace deal' that will not work. Just like they are doing in Syria now.)

“We need to turn this into actual action to be effective and soon. The consequences are too high a risk. And unfortunately, it is a risk some have been taking,” said Masidi.

(Masidi dont talk pusing-pusing brader. Just say it point blank, the Semenanjung morons are taking a big risk with Sabah's future. Just to keep Dumbno Sabah alive. They dont care about Sabah. As long as they can secure those 30 or 40 Parliamentary seats in Sabah, MO1 stays out of jail.  So watch out for Projek IC Part 2 (or is it Part 3 now.)  Plus they can make money. ESSCOM's budget was RM660 million.)

The minister’s grave comments come in the wake of the latest kidnapping-for-ransom involving five Malaysian fishermen — Tayuddin Anjut, Mohd Ridzuan Ismail, Fandy Bakran, Mohd Zumadil Rahim and Abd Rahim Summas — who were taken by suspected militants near Dent Haven, Lahad Datu in July and who are still in captivity.

Their captors have allegedly demanded RM8.5 million for their release. - fmt

(I dont believe this. They may have demanded RM2.0 million. Or RM1.0 million. The extra is 'Top Up'.   Budak uniform pun sapu juga. Eating blood money.  Laknatullahi alayhim. Allah will curse them. Endangering the health and the lives of their own children as well. Bodoh.) - ostb

Dewan kosong brader...

Zahid says that some center in Cyberjaya was opened by   "president Obama and president Najib Tun Razak".  

Najib jadi "president" pula?   So does that mean Zahid is the Vice President of Malaysia?  Orang UN ketawa lah. They introduced you as the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia. Hang pula pi kata Najib is "president".  Watch video here.

Zahid also says that he has 'stopped working in silos'.  Watch video here. 

OK. So does that mean that now you work out in the paddock ? By the way, that is where the ewes may hang out too. 

Dato Zahid Hamidi, your speech was terrible. This is the UN. Not Cawangan UMNO Bagan Datoh. I am referring to the contents, the isi.  Tak ada isi brader.  

You went to the UN in New York to say that you are setting up one-stop admin centers in the villages? 

Isnt there anything more substantial that you could have told the UN?   This is 2016. Even our astronaut sudah kahwin.   Whoever is your speech writer should be fired.  

The delivery can be improved plenty. Whoever is your image makeover guy / public speaking coach should also be fired. (People say you pay them RM50,000 a month !!)

I would offer my services but I am too expensive. Plus I ride an electric train. So the smoke goes the other way. 

Anyway people are making fun of your speech. Malaysiakini kata 'Zahid's less than eloquent speech' OMG!!!. - ostb

Antara dua darjat...


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