31 December 2018

BERSATU sebagai wadah perjuangan Melayu baru....

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Sepuluh jong masuk pelabuhan Melayu bercawat minda lagi. Sudah 61 tahun Melayu berkuasa bawah UMNO akhirnya reput, hilang kuasa akibat kerakusan para penyamun, lanun, koruptor dan munafik menguasai parti itu. 

Jangan salah orang lain kerana Melayu terpinggir menjadi pengemis di bumi sendiri. Kalau kamu pilih para pemimpin kelas penyamun, munafik, korup maka hancurlah segala mimpi kamu. Apa yang kamu tanam itulah yang kamu dapat.

BERSATU bertekad memperjuangkan nasib Melayu/Bumiputra yang dihanyutkan oleh maharaja segala lanun di masa lalu. Melayu mesti berani menempuh gelombang cabaran, bukan dengan emosi melulu, tapi dengan ilmu pengetahuan, ide-ide super bernas, berjiwa dinamis dan positif, berpegang pada tali Allah dan patriotis.  Kata peribahasa bersatu teguh bercerai runtuh. Kita boleh berbedza pendapat tapi mesti bersatu dalam wadah perjuangan Melayu dan Islam.

Melayu mesti keluar dari kepompong fantasi Mat Jenin, banyak mimpi dari tindakan bererti. Allah tidak akan mengubah nasib bangsa Melayu kalau orang Melayu sendiri tidak mengubahnya. Revolusikan minda Melayu melalui berbagai ilmu pengetahuan. Pegang pada wahyu 'iqraq' (bacalah) sebagai pedoman hidup.Menguasai ilmu bermakna menguasai kuasa. 

Melayu mesti membentuk sejarah gemilangnya. Jangan harapkan pihak lain memapah dan membantu kalian dalam perjuangan hidup. BERSATU mesti memperlihatkan kepimpinan yang super dinamis, berpegang pada tali Allah, menghargai ilmu, tidak korup, berjiwa patriotis. 

Jangan hanya menjaja slogan kosong, menjadi pahlawan mimpi, menipu rakyat, zalim dan rakus. Ingat kehancuran UMNO yang berkuasa 61 tahun sebagai iktibar. Seluruh umat Melayu dari petani, nelayan, buruh, lebai dan haji, pegawai dan istana mesti insaf dan bersatu tekad memperkasakan perjuangan bangsa dan agama.

Orang Melayu hanya pilih parti Melayu utk melindungi mereka...

Tun Mahathir telah memberi ingatan kepada umat Islam mesti bersatu memperjuangkan hak dan kepentingan Melayu dan Islam. UMNO sudah kulluhum, muka-muka tokak, kudis buta dan puru politik masih berkuasa parti itu. 

Berjuta umat Melayu yang menjadi ahli UMNO perlu berhijrah ke BERSATU sebagai wadah perjuangan Melayu Baru dengan semangat waja yang progresif, dinamis, berakartunjangkan Islam dan ilmu sebagai penubrak zaman dan bukan sebagai pengekor angin. Moga-moga Allah berkati perjuangan BERSATU sebagai pemimpin Bangsa, Agama dan Negara. Allah-hu-Akhbar. - Yahaya Ismail

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Komen Mukhriz tentang resolusi PPBM...
Tun M tadbir Malaysia sehingga habis penggal 5 tahun.

Dear Tun...
There you go... the fall of Najib's UMNO is because of Bersatu's might?... I thought its due to the rakyats' relentless commitment and solidarity that crippled Najib and smashed BN? I thought it was Dr.M who was conveniently riding on the opposition's popularity to remain relevant that time?...
Lock Them Up - UMNO Gangster Jailed - Papagomo, Jamal, Azwanddin
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UMNO Gangsters,Racists 'n' Bullies...

What do Jamal, Papagomo and Azwanddin have in common? They were all UMNO gangsters who used to make a living by screaming, crying and bitching about Malay and Islam supremacy being threatened by non-Muslims. Of course, the Malay and Islam supremacy have never been threatened because they were protected under the Constitution.

Besides being the majority (61.7%) of the 32 million populations of Malaysia, the ethnic Malays dominate the civil service – 78.8%. The Malaysian army comprises 98% of Malays, while in the Royal Malaysia Police, 80% consists of Malays. In terms of King, Sultans, Malay Rulers and Governors, all of them – 100% – are Malay Muslims. So, how could anyone threaten the Malays and Islam?

However, like sex, yelling Malays and Islam under threats always sells for obvious reason. People like Jamal, Papagomo and Azwanddin knew the Malays, let alone Islam, can never be threatened due to multiple levels of protection. But like hot cakes, playing 3R cards (religion, racial and royalty) always succeeded in rallying the gullible and ignorant Malays.

Most often than not, mercenaries like Jamal, Papagomo and Azwanddin would benefit financially from their sponsored rally or demonstration. For example, when Jamal Yunos boastfully targeted 300,000 participants for his “Red Shirt” rally in 2016, he made millions supplying red shirts to the hired protesters paid by ex-UMNO President Najib Razak.

Emboldened by their political master, the (former) ruling government led by UMNO Malay nationalist party, Jamal and Papagomo were invincible and untouchable. Even the police forces became their bitch – forced to protect the mobsters instead of applying the rule of law on them. But everything crumbles upon the downfall of the mighty racist and corrupt old regime.

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The world’s biggest crook Najib Razak and his deputy, Zahid Hamidi, being slapped with dozens of charges of criminal breach of trust (CBT), money laundering, corruption and abuse of power, can no longer protect or sponsor their minions. The first casualty was Jamal Yunos. The burger seller turned drug pusher turned UMNO mobster became fugitive almost overnight.

Mr. Jamal fled to Indonesia but was soon arrested, while getting a haircut, and deported back to Malaysia to face justice. The Red Shirt leader, once the blue-eyed boy of ex-premier Najib, is today a toothless tiger. Yes, it would take only 27 days of being locked up in prison to change the racist, bully and thug. The fearsome gangster is today as harmless as a dove.

After his release from detention, Jamal said he felt that prison was the worst place on earth, even though he was housed in the “Tawakal” block which was the “best” block in the Sungai Buloh prison. He described it as entering a grave, where the stench and the confined space caused mental anguish – even to the prison guards. Obviously the time spent in prison has changed him, one way or another.

In fact, Jamal the mobster was so traumatised by his short stay in the prison that he had nothing but praises for premier-in-waiting Anwar Ibrahim. He said – “I have to salute Anwar who spent years in jail. He was mentally and spiritually tough. When I was in there, I understood how Anwar, as a human and leader, was “cukup hebat” (incredible) and should be given recognition.”

He even said his experience in jail was an important lesson from God and it had educated him – suggesting that the arrogant man might have finally understood about karma. Has anyone heard about the mighty Jamal Yunos since then? He was too chicken to even join the recently held anti-ICERD rally, a supposedly demonstration to protect the supremacy of Malay and Islam.

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Another notorious gangster under UMNO payroll, Papagomo (real name: Wan Muhammad Azri Wan Deris,above), appeared to have suffered the same fate. Belonging to Malay criminal gang groups in the country – the “Tiga Line” and “Double 7” – the former policeman turned blogger turned gangster was a bigger bully than Mr Jamal, until the collapse of UMNO and his recent arrest on Nov 29.

When UMNO was still in power, the “untouchable” Papagomo had no respect for the law whatsoever because he was “above the law” due to the special protection given by ex-PM Najib and his deputy Zahid. The mobster must have had thought he was still invincible when he posted a seditious video with ill-intention to spread racial hatred and touched on religious sensitivities.

So, Papagomo insulted ethnic Indians as “squatters” and urged for ethnic minorities to be stripped of voting rights. The UMNO gangster had also defamed DAP (a component party of the new government) as the mastermind behind the riot at the Sri Maha Mariamman temple in Subang Jaya recently. He even accused DAP Supremo Lim Kit Siang of plotting the bloody May 13 racial riots.

Surprisingly, the supposedly tough guy Wan Muhammad Azri Wan Deris – known as “The War Machine” within UMNO politicians – has turned out to be a bigger coward than Jamal Yunos. What the police needed to tame the UMNO’s biggest bully was 4 days of imprisonment. Upon his release on police bail on Dec 3, with a tail behind his legs, the thug has become as timid as a mouse.

Like his UMNO brother Jamal, Papagomo had not dared make fun, let alone mock and insult, the non-Muslims since his release. As dumb as he might look, the thug-for-hired finally realises that the rule of law is real under the new government. Hence, he could spend years behind bars if he continues to make stupid stunt inciting racial hatred and riots.

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Another fake Malay and Islam champion – Azwanddin Hamzah (above) – has become the third idiot who followed Jamal and Papagomo footstep. Azwanddin is the adviser to Raggie Jessy, a blogger known for his controversial Third Force blog and the head of a new coalition, “Gabungan 3”, a supposedly new force comprises extremist and racist Malay groups such as UMNO and PAS.

Mr. Azwanddin obviously hadn’t learned any lesson from Jamal and Papagomo when he openly challenged the authorities and the government – “I long for May 13 (bloody racial riot). If we have to sharpen the parang (machete), we have to do it. If we have to sharpen the Keris (Malay dagger), we have to do it. If you record this, show it to DAP. If you are insolent, we Malays can be more insolent.”

The defiant racist and extremist, also the president of Jaringan Melayu Ma­lay­sia (JMM), continued his racist antic during a rally on Christmas day when he insulted Minister Waytha Moorthy as a pariah. Challenging the authorities again, he had even threatened to launch an attack on the Klang police station if action was not initiated after the death of fireman Muhammad Adib.

On Friday (Dec 28), he was remanded for four days under Section 506 of the Penal Code for criminal intimidation. Amusingly, when Azwanddin almost fell after alighting from a police truck because he knocked into a flower pot in the court compounds, his followers quickly spread fake news – crying, whining and bitching that the police had used rough tactics on the JMM president.

The police revealed that the incident occurred because the other detainee who was handcuffed with Azwanddin was walking too fast while the latter was waving to his supporters. The fact that his minions make a mountain out of a molehill after Azwanddin tripped himself speaks volumes that the so-called Malay and Islam hero is yet another coward like Jamal and Papagomo.

It will be fun to see if Azwanddin Hamzah will emerge from his short detention a changed man. Like it or not, the UMNO gangsters and racist bullies were more often than not cowards hiding behind special protection. Once the special privilege is removed and the rule of law is applied to them, they would be exposed as fake heroes or cheap opportunists. They dare not go to jail. - FT

I can work with Sdr.Rafizi....

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Sebulan setengah yang lalu, nadanya berbunyi comel dah. 
Kenyataan semalam sudah tidak kekal tenang lagi. 

Azmin-Hishammuddin di Maghribi cetus khabar angin...

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Tun M ketuai senarai 500 Individu Islam Paling Berpengaruh 2019.?
Hadi Awang ada masuk list tak.? Kalu ikut pasal Islam, rasanya Ayoh Chik lagi 
 berpengaruh dan ramai pengikut tukang kapirkan orang..

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UMNO kata undi popular masih kuat. Cerdikkah UMNO? BN bertanding 222 kerusi tentulah dpt byk undi popular berbanding dgn Amanah, Bersatu, PKR dan Dap. Cuba banding dgn PH dgn BN.

Ehhh..macam P Ramlee pulak?

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29 December 2018

Bolehkah Melayu berfikiran kritis...

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Setelah menganalisa beberapa berita yang disebar di WhatsApp dalam kumpulan saudara mara dan rakan handai yang berjumlah lebih dari 10 “group”, saya membuat kesimpulan orang Melayu tidak boleh berfikiran waras, tidak tahu menilai secara kritis dan tak mahu fikir langsung jika sesuatu berita itu dikaitkan dengan isu Melayu dan Islam.

Boleh dikatakan kalau diceritakan dongeng 1001 malam tetapi ia berkait dengan menegakkan ketuanan Melayu dan melindungi Islam dari tercemar, orang Melayu akan percaya bulat-bulat dan tungang langgang.

Kalau berita atau isu yang dicoretkan itu mempunyai “watak jahatnya” sebagai orang Cina, orang India, DAP, Kristian, Lim Kit Siang dan Lim Guan Eng, maka orang Melayu akan “totally lose it” atau dia hilang akal, tak tahu di mana otak dan fikirannya. Yang dia tahu adalah marah yang membuak-buak dan muka yang merah padam.

Melayu akan jadi tidak waras dan akan percaya bulat-bulat, akan tidak perlu selidik fakta atau sumber berita, akan percaya habis-habis dan tidak perlu tahu hujung pangkal; yang jahat memang Cina, Kristian, DAP, India, Lim Kit Siang dan Lim Guan Eng.

Sekarang pula kita kena tambah senarai hitam musuh ketat orang Melayu yang disarankan seorang mufti seperti P Waytha Moorthy, P Ramasamy, M Kulasegaran dan V Ganavaritsu. Nasib baik Karpal Singh dah meninggal dunia, kalau tidak tsunami terjadi pun boleh dipersalahkan orang tua tu! Itulah lojik Melayu yang saya analisa.

Siapa orang Melayu yang tidak boleh berfikiran waras ini? Adakah mereka orang kampung? Adakah mereka sekolah setakat darjah 6? Adakah mereka ini kaki kedai kopi dan kedai mamak? Kalau itu sajalah golongannya, tuan-tuan, saya tak tulis artikel ini. Kalau orang berpendidikan rendah berfikir macam tu memang kita boleh agak dan fahami dan maafkan. Tetapi sebaliknya, bukan golongan macam ini saja.

Kebanyakan 99% Melayu kenalan saya yang pernah belajar di universiti luar negara, universiti tempatan, dah ada Master dan dah ada PhD, semuanya sama macam orang kampung dan kaki kedai kopi yang tidak berpendidikan tinggi. Saya mempunyai ramai kenalan Melayu dan saya berani katakan yang tidak boleh berfikiran rasional, tidak tahu berfikiran kritis, tidak mahu berfikir panjang-panjang adalah orang-orang yang jawatannya tinggi-tinggi belaka.

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Apa jawatan mereka?

Guru sekolah menengah, guru besar, profesor madya, profesor VK7-6-5, arkitek, jurutera, pegawai tinggi GLC, pegawai eksekutif dan doktor. Bukan calang-calang pendidikan, tuan-tuan. Semuanya extra hebat belaka.

Tapi fikiran? Macam tak sekolah tinggi pun. Percaya bulat-bulat, tunggang langgang dan habis-habis. Sebab? Nak menegak ketuanan Melayu dan keagungan Islam. Dosa fitnah? Tak kisahlah. Dosa mencerca? Sikit saja. Dosa menyampai-nyampai? Tak ada hal punya beb. Apa nak jadi dengan orang Melayu macam ini saya pun tak tahu. Negara kita ni bakal hancur dengan Melayu yang tak boleh nak urus emosi dan berfikiran rasional.

Tengoklah kes Kuil Seafield dan kematian Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim. Waytha dituduh tak semena-mena. Kenapa tuduh dia bertanggungjawab? Dia pukulkah?  Polis kata samseng yang pukul. Dia arah kah? Polis kata mungkin One City punya lawyer bagi upah.

Belum tahu lagi sebab penyiasatan tak habis. Tetapi orang Melayu dalam kumpulan WhatsApp mempunyai “karamah” dan ilmu ghaib. Tak payah siasat. Tak payah soal suspek. Tak payah “post mortem”. Waytha salah. Dia perlu dipecat serta merta dan dihadapkan ke mahkamah.

Boleh kita gantung dia minggu depan hari Jumaat? Begitu fikiran kaumku, orang Islam seagamaku. Malu saya dengan kawan-kawan bukan sekaumku, bukan seagamaku. Di mana nak sorok batang hidungku?

Dalam kitab Ihya Ulumuddin, Imam al-Ghazali menulis satu bab kegemaran saya. Tajuknya adalah Bencana Lisan. Kitab panjang lebar ini diringkaskan oleh seorang hamba Allah dan dibukukan dalam buku berjudul Bimbingan Mukminin. Dalam lebih 100 buku yang saya baca tentang Islam, ini adalah buku “favourite” saya. Saya khatam “cover-to-cover”.

Dalam bab Bencana Lisan, Imam Al-Ghazali menukilkan 20 bencana lidah kita yang bakal mengheret kita ke neraka. Tak kiralah kita dah pergi haji 4 kali, umrah 12 kali, lidah kita yang menginterpretasi maklumat berita dan cerita bakal menjerumus kita ke api neraka jahanam. Saya amat takut dan berhati-hati dalam tulisan dan cakapan saya setelah membaca kitab itu.

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Pernahkah orang Melayu yang bukan ustaz atau ustazah menatap kitab ini? Saya berani kata kalau tanya 50 orang Melayu, mereka akan kata mereka tak pernah dengar pun kitab ini. Kalau tanya 100 Melayu ada kemungkinan yang kata pernah dengar tapi tak pernah beli. Kalau tanya 200 orang Melayu kemungkinan ada yang membeli tapi tak tahu simpan di mana. Kalau tanya 400 Melayu mungkin jawapan yang ada adalah pernah beli, ada kat rak buku tapi takut nak baca sebab ustaz kata kalau baca buku sendiri kita jadi sesat.

Minda kritis orang Melayu setakat itu saja. Mereka suka dengar ceramah dan celoteh Ustaz Kazim Elias, Ustaz Zamihan Mat Zin dan Ustaz Mat Don. Buat apa nak baca? Tanya ustaz sajalah.

Kalau ustaz kata Ramasamy salah, maka salah Ramasamy lah tu. Kalau mufti yang ada PhD kata Waytha tu orang jahat maka jahatlah Waytha tu. Tak payah bukti, tak payah hujah panjang. Dua-dua mereka Hindu.

Orang Hindu memang sembah berhala dan pakai sistem kasta. Zakir Naik pun cakap macam tu. Tapi Zakir Naik bukan ustaz. Tak apa, dia pandai cakap orang putih dan pandai ilmu agama Hindu. Kalau dia cakap dia memang betul dan tak ada yang salah.

Dari orang Melayu jual goreng pisang sampai Pak Profesor mendokong Zakir, Azhar Idrus, Zamihan, Datuk Seri Hadi Awang dan siapa-siapa lagi yang pandai cakap Arab, serban besar, jubah panjang, selendang pula “style” Akil Hayy.

Kenapa orang Melayu suka sangat percaya pada fitnah dan dongeng WhatsApp? Tak takutkah pada dosa? Kenapa perlu takut? Tak pernah pun dengar khutbah Jumaat kata percaya kat WhatApp tu berdosa. Tak ada dalam kitab lama pun tentang bencana Instagram, WhatApp, Facebook atau Twitter. Maka itu tak berdosalah. Lagi pula kalau tersilap pun, kita nak jaga kedaulatan Melayu dan Islam. Perjuangan suci kononnya.

Aduhai, kesian orang Melayu, kata Datuk Ismail Kamus selalu. Beliau pernah berpesan, “Kita harus membetulkan yang biasa dan biasakan yang betul”. Kata-kata hikmat itu saya pegang sehingga hari ini. Kita umat Islam harus ada integriti. Kita perlu menilai maklumat, cerita dan berita dengan kritis, jika tidak, kita tumpang sekaki di neraka nanti.

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Bagaimana berfikiran kritis? Ada 4 perkara perlu ditanya untuk memastikan sesuatu berita, cerita dan maklumat itu kemungkinan besar sahih atau tidak.

Pertama, tahukan sumber berita itu. Tanya di mana berita ini didapati.  Siapa penulis?  Di mana ia diterbitkan? Perlu ada nama penuh penulis, walaupun penulis itu menggunakan nama samaran. Perlu tahu di mana ia diterbitkan. Sinar Harian kah, Berita Hariankah dan sebagainya. Kalau Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, semua tak boleh pakai. Sebabnya? Tidak ada penyunting berita dan cerita. Tidak ada editor yang bertanggungjawab.

Kedua, tanyakan apakah cerita keseluruhannya? Jangan reaksi apabila dengar India pukul Melayu. Lepas tu pergi demonstrasi di Dataran Merdeka. Mungkin Melayu kacau anak dara India maka dia kena belasah. Itu cerita penuhnya. Kebanyakan orang Melayu suka dengan sekerat cerita, bukan separuh pun, sekerat. Orang Melayu hebat, ada firasat dan ilmu ghaib jin. Maklumat sekerat dia boleh jadikan satu buku ceritanya. Tak boleh macam tu. Tidak kritis namanya. Tahu cerita sepenuhnya sebelum bertindak.

Ketiga, apa niat pembawa cerita, penulis isu dan pembawa bicara? Kalau dia boleh untung dari berita itu kerana dia parti lawan maka itu ada “conflict of interest” atau konflik kepentingan peribadi. Kena cuba teka-teka niat orang yang tulis. Mungkin dia nak bodek supaya dapat jadi menteri atau dapat projek atau menang pilihan raya.

Kempat, rujuk sumber lain tentang isu dan berita yang sama.

Sekali-sekala tu tengok dan baca Roketkini. Ini Roketkini pun tak tahu binatang apa, tahu DAP juga yang salah. Cuba rujuk FMT atau Malaysiakini, jangan asyik baca Kosmo, Sinar Harian atau Utusan Malaysia berkurun-kurun sampai cucu pun dah nak masuk universiti.

Itulah dia empat petua nak tahu cerita sahih ke tak sahih dan petua nak lindung dari kita tersadai di neraka. Tak laku solat kita, puasa kita, haji kita dan sedekah kita. Lidah kita melalui WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook dan Twiter menjunamkan masa depan kita di dunia dan di akhirat.

Nasib-nasib kena tangkap polis menyebar berita palsu. Dunia pun terbang akhirat entah ke mana. Wahai orang Melayu, tolong betulkan yang biasa dan biasakan yang betul. - Tajudin Rasdi, fmt

Shahidan's formula "A Malay Kingdom" plot to kickout PKR,DAP allowing Dr.M to stay in power indefinitely...

A Perlis UMNO leader who is being prosecuted in court on charges of molesting an underaged girl, Shahidan Kassim said Tun Mahathir Mohamad could continue to retain his powers as Prime Minister even if PKR and DAP leave Pakatan Harapan.

He said that with the exit of PKR and DAP, Tun Mahathir was still able to maintain power through the support of Malay and Bumiputera MPs.

Taking into account all Umno MPs, PAS and from Sabah and Sarawak to support Tun Mahathir, Shahidan, who is also Arau MP, said the PM’s support would still be strong coming from a total of 129 MPs.

His count of 129 seats is based on a total of 221 MPs (not counting Cameron Highland which is due to have a by-election on January 26) excluding the 50 parliamentary seats held by PKR and 42 more by DAP.

In other words, under Shahidan’s formula or idea, the new government that will be formed will in really be a Malay and Bumiputera kingdom that has abandoned almost all non-Malay support, except for one MCA Member of Parliament and one MIC Member of Parliament (not including Cameron Highlands).

The question is how realistic is Shahidan’s formula or is it born out of personal interest to escape the molest case he’s facing?

Are all the Malay and Bumiputera MPs ready to support Tun Mahathir? In UMNO itself, would MPs like Najib Razak, Zahid Hamidi, Nazri Aziz and others be ready to give support?

The crux of Shahidan’s proposal to create a Malay and Bumiputera government and leave out the Chinese and Indians, is very dangerous for a multi-racial country like Malaysia.

His proposal reeks not only of intrigue tainted by personal interests, but is racist and opens the door to great danger towards disunity and disharmony in the country’s society.

Unless Tun Mahathir is no longer the Tun Mahathir we know who has contributed to Malaysia, it seems that it is impossible for Shahidan’s suggestion to be accepted positively by him.

During his 22 years in power and in his latest success in overthrowing UMNO-BN at the recent elections, it was because he never abandoned the support of the non-Malays.

For Tun Mahathir, it does not matter if Malays are split, he is still able to retain power or overthrow the government if the majority of non-Malay supporters are still in favor of him.

Therefore, besides having to go back to the drawing board for more fruitful suggestions to bring UMNO back into power or to save himself, it is also good idea that Shahidan readies himself to face his trial scheduled early next year. - mk

"In other words, under Shahidan’s formula or idea, the new government that will be formed will in really be a Malay and Bumiputera kingdom that has abandoned almost all non-Malay support, except for one MCA Member of Parliament and one MIC Member of Parliament (not including Cameron Highlands).

The question is how realistic is Shahidan’s formula or is it born out of personal interest to escape the molest case he’s facing? Are all the Malay and Bumiputera MPs ready to support Tun Mahathir?

In UMNO itself, would MPs like Najib Razak, Zahid Hamidi, Nazri Aziz and others be ready to give support?

The crux of Shahidan’s proposal to create a Malay and Bumiputera government and leave out the Chinese and Indians, is very dangerous for a multi-racial country like Malaysia.

His proposal reeks not only of intrigue tainted by personal interests, but is racist and opens the door to great danger towards disunity and disharmony in the country’s society." - f/bk

I thought he more interested on baby formula?

Khairuddin challenges TMJ to 
abdicate and join politics...

Amanah member Khairuddin Abu Hassan has challenged Johor crown prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim to relinquish his claim to the throne and take part in politics.

"Your Highness, if you feel that you are great at politics and like to make political statements, I humbly advise that you relinquish your crown and enter the political arena full time.

"Your Highness should follow the praiseworthy footsteps of Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah and Tengku Azlan Sultan Abu Bakar who are involved as full-time politicians," Khairuddin said in a statement today.

He said Tunku Ismail should not hide behind royal immunity to protect himself for criticism from the public.

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Only birthday wishes.Just say thanks.But to say this? 

The Johor crown prince often makes politically flavoured remarks on social media.

Prior to voting in the 14th general election, he had made veiled swipes at Bersatu chairperson Dr Mahathir Mohamad, who is now prime minister.

He also often takes jabs at Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman.

Khairuddin said Tunku Ismail making political remarks can reflect badly on the royal institution.

"I am worried the people will no longer respect the palace," he said. - mk

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Ampun Tuanku,

Sekiranya tuanku rasa tuanku hebat berpolitik dan gemar buat kenyataan-kenyataan berbaur politik; patik dengan rendah hati serta penuh tawadduk ingin sarankan kepada tuanku untuk turun takhta seterusnya libatkan diri dalam arena politik secara penuh masa!!

Tuanku harus ikut jejak langkah mulia dan terpuji ybm tengku razaleigh hamzah dan ym tengku azlan sir abu bakar yang mencemar duli melibatkan diri sebagai tokoh politik sepenuh masa!!

Tuanku jangan berada di atas takhta serta berselindung di belakang perlembagaan yang mana rakyat marhein akan dikenakan tindakan undang-undang sekiranya menjawab tohmahan tuanku secara kritis!!

Perlembagaan dan undang-undang melindungi tuanku dari menerima kenyataan-kenyataan kritis dari rakyat jelata di peringkat akar umbi!!

Bagi patik ianya amat kurang enak kerana tuanku boleh kritik rakyat marhein tetapi rakyat marhein tidak boleh mengkritik tuanku kerana keistimewaan perlembagaan untuk memagari tuanku!!

Sekiranya tuanku masih terus mengeluarkan kenyataan-kenyataan berbaur politik; patik amat risau nanti kalangan rakyat marhein tidak lagi menghormati istana!!

Sesungguhnya, tuanku amat bijak pandai dan kemungkinannya berpendidikan tinggi!!

Lupakah tuanku bahawa negara kita mengamalkan sistem ‘Raja Berperlembagaan” yang melarang raja-raja melayu terbabit dengan politik?!

Janganlah tuanku senantiasa serta secara berterusan mengungkapkan kenyataan-kenyataan politik yang amat tidak manis didengari oleh rakyat jelata kerana kita mengamalkan sistem ‘Raja Berperlembagaan!!’

Tetapi seandainya tuanku rasa hebat berpolitik; turunlah dari takhta secara terhormat agar tuanku boleh terus mengkritik tokoh-tokoh pemimpin kerajaan seterusnya pula rakyat pun boleh mengkritik tuanku secara terbuka!!

Teladani lah jejak langkah ybm tengku razaleigh hamzah dan ym tengku azlan shah sir abu bakar!!

Jejak langkah ini barulah tuanku akan lebih dihormati dan dipandang mulia oleh sekalian rakyat marhein!!


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28 Disember 2018

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28 December 2018

Beruk kalu pakai baju kot pun tetap dipanggil beruk...

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Maaf Lebai, Tun tak ada dedak...

Kenyataan terbaru dari Setiausaha Agung Pas yang menyatakan Pas sedia bekerjasama dengan PH, tidak seharusnya dipandang dengan jiwa terbuka, kerana sifat spesis golongan pelacur politik ini terkadang lebih teruk dari anjing yang kembali menggigit orang yang melepaskannya dari tersepit.

Kita imbas kembali sikap Pas terhadap PH dan BN sebelum ini terutama menjelang PRU 14 yang lalu.

Kepada PH, seolah-olah Pas telah isytihar perang sabil dan jihad qital kepada kita, digambarkan bahawa PH ini musuh Islam, puak musyrikin dan kafirin yang halal darah dan boleh dibunuh oleh sang pejuang Islam berpanji bulan hijau ini.

Kemuncak kebencian Pas kepada PH ini terserlah apabila YAB Tun dihalang dari menziarahi pusara Almarhum Tuan Guru Nik Abdul Aziz, bahkan kompleks perkuburan Pulau Melaka itu dikepung dan dikunci pagar dan diletak lori pula di pintu masuknya.

Bagaimana pula sikap Pas terhadap BN?

Aduh, sungguh kita selaku rakan lama dalam Pakatan Rakyat suatu ketika dahulu amat berasa kecil hati dan sedih, Pas amat mesra dan berlembut dengan BN, dari baju sedondon ke pentas ceramah dan meja makan di hotel mewah mereka bergembira gelak ketawa bersama.

Selepas PH memerintah Malaysia pada PRU 14, kita jangkakan Pas akan kembali sedar bahawa mereka tidak sepatutnya bersama BN, rupanya jangkaan ini meleset.

Ternyata, Pas amat teringin untuk bekerjasama dengan BN, Umno terutamanya, dengan membakar sentimen keagamaan dan perkauman, kedua pelacur politik ini saling menyimbah minyak gas ke api yang membara, ditambah dan persepsi dan tuduhan bahawa Kerajaan Persekutuan yang dikuasai oleh PH kini anti Islam, mahu hapuskan Raja2, mahu hapuskan hak bumiputera, mahu hapuskan Islam sebagai agama persekutuan.

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Begitu jahat tuduhan Pas dan Umno terhadap PH, seolah-olah sudah kafir harbi kita semua dibuatnya.

Kini, setelah mereka sedar bahawa pelampung perkauman Umno yang diharapkan rupanya semakin hanyut dan bocor, maka Pas terus menunjukkan sikap pelacur mereka, berpaling tadah sambil menghina rakan yang pernah mereka selingkuh bersama, dan tanpa segan silu membuka paha menjual diri kepada kita PH.

Bukan kita tidak tahu, Pas sedang menggunakan saluran diplomatik mereka, menggunakan pimpinan yang masih ada hubungan peribadi dengan pimpinan utama PH, untuk menjalin kerjasama atas nama ukhuwwah dan persaudaraan sesama Islam, dan untuk kemajuan negeri Kelantan dan Terengganu kononnya.

Ingatlah, anjing yang berkeliaran di kaki sewaktu kita makan, bukan bermakna mereka jinak dan mahu bersama kita, sebaliknya hanyalah mengharapkan tulang dan sisa makanan yang kita lemparkan.

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Sebaik kita lemparkan sedikit tulang, sudah pasti gerombolan anjing ini akan berkekah berebut sesama sendiri, dan seperti biasa, selepas kenyang, kemungkinan besar gerombolan anjing inilah yang akan menyalak dan mengejar kita, dan akan menggigit kita dengan rakusnya, setelah kenyang dijamu makan oleh kita sebentar tadi.

Usah jadi bagaikan melepaskan anjing tersepit, jika boleh, cukuplah sekadar kita melempar makanan dari luar sangkar, sebagaimana kita lakukan kita berjalan melihat-lihat haiwan di zoo.

Kita tutupi tulisan ini dengan kata-kata keramat Dato Mohd Amar Naib Presiden Pas, “Takdok Kiro-Kiro (rundingan) dengan Pey (PH)”. “Beruk Kalau Pakai Baju Kot Pun Tetap Dipanggil Beruk”. - f/bk

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And the Malaysian of the Year 2018 is…

To say 2018 has been a momentous year would be an understatement. As we come to the closing days of the year, we know that we have lived in, and experienced, one of the seminal, defining years in Malaysian history.

It was the year of many firsts, especially in politics: A former prime minister became prime minister for the second time; at 93, Dr Mahathir Mohamad also became the oldest prime minister in the world; another former prime minister faced criminal charges; and a woman became deputy prime minister.

Also, the unstoppable Barisan Nasional (BN) was thrown out by an electorate seeking changes; Umno, MCA and MIC which had formed the government since the first general election in 1955, found themselves on the opposition bench; the DAP, which had been in the opposition since its founding in 1965, suddenly found itself in government; several top civil servants – including the attorney-general, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief, the chief justice and the Treasury secretary-general, were eased out or resigned; and while the Pakatan Harapan (PH) won control of the Dewan Rakyat the BN retained control of the Dewan Negara.

Who among the main players in this dramatic change has had the biggest impact on the nation’s direction in 2018? Is it Dr Mahathir, former prime minister Najib Razak, or PKR supremo and former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim?

Is it Lim Guan Eng who became the first Chinese finance minister in 44 years? Is it his father Lim Kit Siang – a man who has gone through hellish situations, survived the turbulence of politics, and when his party, as a PH partner, finally formed the government, decided not to be a minister? Or is it P Waytha Moorthy, a rebel who led Hindraf to fight the Indian cause and who briefly fled the country to avoid possible arrest but is now a minister shouldering responsibility for the improvement of the Indian community?

What about Attorney-General Tommy Thomas who has unflinchingly gone after suspected wrongdoers and is working to improve the legal system? What about Bersih 2.0 which has played a pivotal role in waking Malaysians to their rights, galvanising them into action and taking on the might of the previous government to ensure free and fair elections?

Is it the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission that is relentlessly pursuing the corrupt after May 9? Or is it the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) scandal that rocked the nation and led to probes in several countries, bringing in its wake unwanted and ugly attention to Malaysia?

Let’s take a look at Najib. Like his father Razak Hussein, Najib served as prime minister and Umno president. In 2009 he became prime minister and was going strong until the winds of change swept him out of office and into the court of law. He is the first former prime minister to be charged for criminal offences – in this case graft and money-laundering linked to 1MDB, which he set up.

In 1973, the father persuaded several opposition parties to join the Alliance and form the BN; in 2018, the son watched as the BN splintered and returned to the Alliance position with the three original partners – Umno, MCA and MIC – largely due to his failures.

There is no gainsaying the fact that 1MDB was a major reason for the fall of the BN. Although the 1MDB saga had been around since DAP leader Tony Pua raised it in 2010, it did not gain attention until 2014. However, Najib’s government managed to keep it under control by several clever moves, including replacing attorney-general Gani Patail with Mohamed Apandi Ali. The mainstream media buried news of 1MDB and only some news portals and The Edge Weekly carried criticism of the finance ministry-owned investment fund. But when Dr Mahathir entered the fray to openly oppose Najib and formed PPBM, 1MDB became a potent weapon.

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What about Anwar, the prime minister-in-waiting, for Malaysian of the Year? The charismatic politician is back in action, holding the attention of his audience with his oratorical skills which he massages to suit the audience. He was jailed, a second time, on a charge of sodomy by the Najib administration but received a full pardon from the King after PH won the election. Even while in prison twice and even when he did not have power or money to offer his followers, his charisma, and a band of loyalists, kept his party, PKR, going. Today, PKR is the party with the largest number of parliamentarians. What a victory. It speaks well of his political canniness.

The DAP deserves to be considered for the title, too, because from a rank outsider, from a party whose leaders and members never really thought it would be able to form the government, it is today in a position to influence national policy. Despite all the years of suffering under a BN regime that was out to paint it as chauvinistic and anti-Malay, despite all the years of harassment by government agencies, it not only survived, it triumphed in 2018. Its perseverance, one-pointedness and organisational ability has seen it rise above the odds.

And what can I say about Dr Mahathir that hasn’t already been said? He is the comeback kid par excellence. At an age when most people would prefer to stay at home and spend time with great-grandchildren, he is directing the course of the nation.

He could have retired as prime minister and enjoyed the pensions and perks that come with it. But he didn’t. He felt the country was going in the wrong direction and that he was needed. When he formed PPBM and joined the PH alliance of PKR, DAP and Amanah, the voting public felt the nation needed him.

By leading the PH to victory he has changed the course of the nation. His motley coalition of parties unseated the Barisan Nasional behemoth which had been in power since Independence in 1957, first as the Alliance and later as the BN.

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He has shown that bitter enemies can work together for a common goal. Three years ago, who would have believed that Dr Mahathir would work hand in hand with Anwar, the former deputy prime minister whom his administration jailed? Who would have believed that he could work with the DAP, which he had excoriated all his political life until 2017, especially its leader Lim Kit Siang, whom his administration also jailed at one time?

In the aftermath of the May 9 general election victory, he successfully manoeuvred the splintering of the BN coalition. Not only did he remove the threat of the BN’s fixed vote deposits of Sarawak and Sabah but also turned them around into supporting his administration. And he brought to heel the once mighty Umno, the party he helmed for more than 20 years.

There is generally greater confidence among people of a better future, although lately this has been waning. There is greater democratic space and a concerted effort to root out corruption.

While some older Malaysian’s are still skeptical about him, given the slide in democratic practices during his first stint as prime minister, many younger people see him as the only leader capable of bringing about a New Malaysia which practices greater democracy.

I find the pace at which he is going simply amazing. The oldest prime minister in the world has become an example not just for Malaysians to emulate but the world to follow. His sheer willpower and determination is unbelievable, and puts to shame many people decades younger.

As a look back, I can see that all the above are worthy of being named Malaysian of the Year, with Dr Mahathir topping the list by a long chalk.

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However, there is someone else who has to be considered too. I am talking about you. Yes, you, the voter.

Malaysian voters struggled against impediments stacked by the machinations of the BN. Many NGOs and individuals called out the Election Commission for favouring the BN, especially in its electoral boundary redelineation exercise and imposition of certain rules to frustrate the opposition, which it denied. The services of several top civil servants and agencies were used by the BN to deny an opposition victory. Also employed was the usual scare tactic of racial riots if the BN were to lose.

Voters wanted change: a more democratic society where they could express themselves without fear of being detained or harassed; a more Malaysian government that would address the needs of all citizens; a proper separation of powers between the Executive, Parliament and the Judiciary; and a nation where racial and religious issues would not be used by the elite to stay in power. They also wanted better living standards and better control on the cost of living.

A substantial number of voters decided that enough was enough. Aghast at the direction the nation was taking, they decided to put a brake on it; they decided to be agents of change. Picking up courage, they threw caution to the wind as they trooped to the polling booths and marked the most important X in their lives. And in the process altered the fate of the nation – and theirs too.

For the courage shown in overcoming complacency and fear, for becoming agents of change and giving notice to politicians that they are asserting their right for a say in the nation’s direction, and for showing that change is possible if people act in unison, the Malaysian Voter is the Malaysian of the Year for 2018. - A Kathirasen,fmt 

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Aku konfius ni...
 Pasai apa Menteri kena bincang dengan pihak istana pula 
dalam isu penganjuran sukan Sukma Johor...?

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26 December 2018

Lebai PAS - Minda di luar kotak vs dalam kotak...

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Adakah peringatan yang dikeluarkan oleh Ketua Pemuda PAS merangkap anak Presiden PAS, Muhammad Khalil Abdul Hadi, supaya orang Islam tidak membuat ucapan Krismas di Facebook kerana sambutan penganut agama Kristian itu bertentangan dengan akidah Islam merupakan pendirian rasmi PAS atau sekadar pandangan peribadi anak presiden parti itu semata-mata?

Soalan ini timbul selepas Setiausaha Agung PAS Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan membuat ucapan Krismas, meskipun Khalil mengeluarkan peringatan tersebut.

Siapakah yang mempunyai kuasa lebih besar dalam PAS – Setiausaha Agung PAS atau Ketua Pemuda PAS yang juga anak Presiden PAS?

Apakah pendirian Presiden PAS, Datuk Seri Hadi Awang, Mursyidul Am PAS Datuk Hashim Jasin dan Dewan Syura PAS berhubung isu ini?

Semalam, saya menarik perhatian tentang ucapan Krismas yang ditujukan oleh Sultan Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar, Permaisuri Johor Raja Zarith Sultan Idris Shah; Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad; Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail; Presiden PKR, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim dan di luar Malaysia, antaranya Presiden Turki, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Raja Jordan Abdullah II dan Presiden Palestin Mahmoud Abbas.  

Adakah mereka bukan orang Islam sejati kerana membuat ucapan Krismas?

Sekutu Muhamad Khalil Hadi, dalam cubaannya untuk mengalihkan perhatian daripada kontroversi tersebut, mendakwa kononnya “Amanat Kit Siang” lebih bahaya daripada Amanat Hadi.

Saya berbangga dengan kenyataan itu atas dua alasan, pertama, saya sendiri tidak tahu akan kewujudan “Amanat Kit Siang”; dan kedua, kira-kira 15 tahun selepas Hadi menyifatkan saya sebagai “ubat habis tempoh”, saya masih berdiri di sini dan dikatakan membawa “Amanat Kit Siang”.

Adakah Pemimpin PAS tersebut ada terlebih dahulu meminta nasihat daripada Hadi sebelum mengeluarkan kenyataan sedemikian, yang mana boleh membuatkan Presiden PAS berkenaan dilihat dungu kerana pernah mengatakan yang saya tidak lagi relevan pada 15 tahun lalu!

Namun, muslihat sedemikian tidak boleh menutup hakikat bahawa kepimpinan PAS gagal menjawab banyak persoalan penting yang berbangkit.

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Kenapa lain2..dari lebai parti yang sama...

Antara soalannya adalah:

Presiden PAS Hadi berkata semua orang Islam harus menentang ratifikasi Konvensyen Antarabangsa Mengenai Penghapusan Segala Bentuk Diskriminasi Kaum (ICERD) kerana mendakwa ia adalah agenda Freemason dengan niat untuk memusnahkan agama, negara dan masyarakat Islam.

Pun begitu, kira-kira 99 peratus daripada 1.3 bilion orang Islam di dunia tinggal di 179 negara yang telah meratifikasi ICERD, termasuk 55 daripada 57 negara ahli Pertubuhan Persidangan Islam (OIC), seperti Arab Saudi, Indonesia, Turki, Qatar, Emiriah Arab Bersatu, Mesir, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Palestin, Algeria, Maghribi, Afghanistan, Bangladesh dan Pakistan.

Adakah PAS mahu menjadi penyelamat orang Islam di dunia, termasuk orang Islam di negara Arab Saudi, dan melancarkan kempen antarabangsa bagi mendesak 1.3 bilion orang Islam menentang ICERD?

Adalah mengecewakan apabila begitu ramai pemimpian PAS menunjukkan set minda primitif – seperti Ulama PAS Selangor yang berkongsi video kugiran pop Indonesia sejurus sebelum bencana tsunami membadai negara itu.

Pemimpin PAS sepatutnya belajar daripada Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, yang berucap pada resepsi minum petang sempena sambutan Krismas semalam dan berkongsi pengalamannya menuntut di sekolah convent, sambil berterima kasih kepada guru biarawati beliau kerana mengajarkannya nilai-nilai murni yang membentuk jati dirinya atau daripada artikel yang ditulis oleh Fa Abdul dan disiarkan di Malaysiakini bertajuk “My first Sunday mass before Christmas”, kerana jelas apa yang kurang dalam kalangan pemimpin PAS adalah kasih sayang.

Sebelas tahun lalu, pada Disember 2007 di Amman, 129 intelektual Islam terkemuka dari serata dunia mengucapkan Krismas kepada seluruh warga dunia, sebagai seruan perpaduan antara kedua-dua agama tersebut melalui dialog yang diadakan pada Oktober tahun itu.

Kenyataan ucapan tersebut, turut menyelitkan ucapan terima kasih kepada penganut Kristian yang menyambut baik seruan Oktober tersebut yang diberikan tajuk “A Common Word”. Inisiatif “Common Word” itu disokong oleh Aal al-Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought, yang diketuai oleh Putera Jordan Ghazi bin Muhammad bin Talal.

Pemimpin “Common Word” memahami prinsip moral yang dikongsi oleh “agama Ibrahim”, termasuk tekad untuk mengangkat kesucian kehidupan manusia. Ucapan Krismas itu juga turut merayu agar penganut Kristian dan Islam bersatu untuk “menyelamatkan, mengangkat dan menghargai setiap kehidupan manusia, terutamanya kehidupan setiap kanak-kanak”.

Adakah wujud Amanat Kit Siang?

Jika ada, ia akan membawa seruan ini: Seruan supaya seluruh rakyat Malaysia, tidak kira yang beragama Islam, Kristian, Buddha, Hindu atau agama lain, bertekad dengan satu objektif Malaysia Baharu iaitu untuk menjadikan Malaysia sebuah negara yang mempunyai persefahaman agama dan toleransi yang kukuh.

Adakah PAS akan menyokong objektif ini? – Lim Kit Siang,Roketkini

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Kutuk mangsa tsunami sebagai mati dalam maksiat pastu letak 
akaun bank derma pusat tahfiz sendiri...Ustaz jenis apa ini??? 

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MPs, stop bickering – you have 
a country to rebuild...

As we celebrate the birth of Christ in a spirit of giving and loving, we know that some Malaysians will have travelled long distances to be with their families.

If you recall, last May, thousands of Malaysians made a similar journey home. The occasion was not a festival, but a general election.

Malaysians, including those working overseas, returned to their hometowns to vote and make their stand in the May 9 general election. They wanted an end to corruption, bigotry, injustice and extremism so that they could continue to work and live in peaceful harmony.

It was a milestone in history, a show of solidarity, when the rakyat came together to fight off a corrupt and oppressive regime.

There is nothing unusual about this. Sixty-one years ago, Malayans of all races and faiths set aside their differences to work together to become an independent sovereign nation. It was a landmark occasion.

Today, we look on in frustration and hopelessness as we see the politicians whom we elected into office doing their best to break up the fragile harmony that we have woven.

Who could have imagined this outcome?

Seven months after the historic ousting of Umno-Baru, what does the administration’s report card show? Could do better! The MPs have probably set an extremely low standard and sadly, failed to achieve it.

The rakyat are not stupid. Malaysians were prepared to give the new administration time to adjust to their new roles and responsibilities. They are in for the long haul, and realise that it will not take 100 days, 100 weeks, or even 100 months to undo all the brainwashing and bigotry that has divided the rakyat.

Should we blame inexperience for the frictions in Putrajaya? Did power get to the heads of some? Are they unable to cope with the responsibility of healing a nation?

Whilst the MPs wage a war of words, their actions are being watched, not only by citizens but also by those in the previous administration, who are aiming to return to power. Elsewhere, investors and other interested parties, such as foreign powers, whose intentions may not always be noble, keep a watch on the developments in Malaysia.

The rakyat are furious that the ministers are act like children in a playground brawl.

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A fireman died a few weeks after being injured whilst he was attempting to discharge his duties. The investigation into his death is not complete, but some senior politicians and ministers have taken sides, and escalated this into a racial and religious incident, which it was not. But worse was to follow, with a war of words between coalition party leaders.

As a result of this death, a minister has called for the resignation of a fellow minister. He failed to provide any justification for his ill-timed request. Should we dismiss his action and blame it on inexperience and youth? He could have called for calm, but instead he has stoked more ill-feeling amongst the general public.

A minister whose limited depth and understanding of the issues plaguing his portfolio has upset many parents, who had hoped that with the new regime, their children’s future would be assured. Religion has divided the nation, and yet this minister wants to play politics with our children’s education. How different is this from the previous regime?

Malaysians could only watch in horror as the bullies in our society dictated their demands for the rejection of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, or ICERD, and threatened violence. They were able to make the new government yield to their threats. Why was no effort made to pacify the public, and educate them about ICERD, and allay their fears, which were founded on the belief that ratifying ICERD would sideline the Malays?

Some MPs are secretly wheeling and dealing with members of the previous regime. This has prompted a retaliatory move amongst other coalition party members. How can this internal politicking help the rakyat?

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When will MPs force the police to locate Prasana Diksa, the daughter of kindergarten teacher Indira Gandhi? Prasana was kidnapped by Indira’s convert husband Riduan Abdullah.

When will the police renew their efforts to locate Pastor Raymond Koh and the three other people, Pastor Joshua Hilmy and his wife, Ruth, as well as Amri Che Mat? They have also been missing for over a year.

Many activists thought that the time for critical comments had ended; today, they have been forced to sharpen their pencils, once again.

Is the best yet to come? Should activists and political and social pundits slink away now, and let the nation tear itself apart? Who will have the last word?

Will our MPs and ministers rekindle the solidarity and spirit of GE14? Our shared purpose brought people together.

Jesus Christ experienced rejection, hardship and persecution. The same feelings are also experienced by many members of our community; but Christ’s generous love and example has successfully inspired others through the good and bad times. Are we capable of reaching out as He did? Merry Christmas to everyone. - Mariam Mokhtar,fmt

Inilah 3 Calon Negara Bangkrap di 2018...

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