29 November 2019

Ex-IGP dah bersuara,ulama tom yam dan burger belom...

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Pandangan dan pendapat diberikan oleh bekas Ketua Polis Negara Abdul Rahim Noor mengenai abu Chin Peng atau nama sebenarnya Ong Boon Hua munasabah dan praktikal.

Kata Rahim kenapa harus pertikai abu Chin Peng yang dibawa balik dan ditabur di selat Melaka dan banjaran Tititwangsa itu. Alasan Rahim senang sahaja, kalau selepas perjanjian perdamaian Disember 1989, semua mana-mana anggota Komunis yang berada di luar boleh balik kenapa pula tidak dengan abu mereka.

Pada Disember 1989 kerajaan Malaysia bersama kerajaan Thailnad telah mengadakan perjanjian perdamaian dengan Komunis Malaya dan Siam. Antara lain hasil perjanjian itu anggota Komunis yang berada di luar negara dibenarkan pulang dengan syarat-syarat tertentu. Salah satu syarat ialah agar tidak cuba membangkit atau menubuh semula gerakan itu.

Jadi adalah pelik cara orang Malaysia berfikir mengenai bekas anggota PKM itu. Mungkin ia sama pelik dengan cara hukum agama oleh setengah aliran atau mazhab yang mengharamkan memakan penyu tetapi dibenarkan memakan telurnya. Barang kali dalam kes Chin Peng ini mereka berfikir maca penyu dan telur itu jugalah.

Saya tunggu apa komen dan khilaf ulama mengenai abu Chin Peng ini. Saya tidak mahu dengar khilaf daripada ulama dan ustaz politik kerana mereka selalu memberi pendapat dan menjatuhkan hukum mengikut selera mereka. Mereka membuat hukum macam orang demam ada kala nak makan tom yam, ada kala nak makan burger.

Jadi ulama bertaraf Mufti yang bijak pandai dan bijak "agah" itu ayuh keluarkan pendapat anda mengenai abu Chin Ping itu. Kenapa anda diam membisu dan nampaknya Rahim Noor lebih berani dan waras. - mso

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Mutiny in PKR, bounty for others...

People of my generation will remember the movie “Mutiny on the Bounty” not only because of its storyline but also because of the performance of Marlon Brando as Fletcher Christian.

What we are witnessing today in the ranks of PKR is nothing short of a mutiny. How else can you explain the walkout by Ginie Lim and Muhammad Jailani Khamis from the Melaka state assembly at a crucial time when the appointment of its state chairman Halim Bachik as a senator was up for count? It was deliberate. It was calculated. And it was executed as planned to deny their state chief the senatorship.

We witnessed the same mutiny in Sarawak where state chief Baru Bian refused to proceed with the PKR convention in Miri which nonetheless continued without his presence or blessings. Baru made a rather weak attempt to justify why Sarawak would not proceed with the convention until the party settles the issue of the opening of the PKR Youth wing congress in December by PKR deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali.

The icing on the cake was the manner in which Azmin and vice-president Zuraida Kamaruddin have been nothing than less defiant and confrontational towards their president Anwar Ibrahim, the prime minister-in-waiting and the man who was, and still is, the flag bearer of the Reformasi movement.

As a result of this fractious and delicate relationship at the very top level, the second-liners have also become embroiled in open warfare. In all probability, it will filter down to the grassroots levels. Time will tell if this will happen, but the writing is certainly on the wall.

Who will ultimately benefit from a PKR implosion? I will not say that your guess is as good as mine. The fact is, united you stand, divided you fall. The situation at the moment is out of control and, unfortunately for PKR, they are in a catch-22 position.

To sack Lim and Jailani from PKR for walking out of the Melaka state assembly when it mattered the most could mean a backdoor entry for the Umno-led Barisan Nasional to take control of the state government by a simple majority if both elected representatives become independents. If that works for Melaka, it could also work for Perak and Kedah where Pakatan Harapan enjoys a slim majority over the opposition.

Was this a masterful stroke by someone with a shrewd mind to test the murky waters of politics? Could be. Is it written in the stars that Anwar will never be our prime minister, whether by fair or foul means? Might be.

But sadly, the people who are most affected by these ongoing shenanigans are not the politicians. It is not the top government officials or the rich and super-rich. It is the common man on the street. As long as there is no political stability, nothing will move. So while the politicians busy themselves with power plays, ordinary folk like me have nothing to look forward to and have to fend for ourselves, uncertain of what the future holds for us.

Shakespeare’s line in Julius Caesar, “Mischief, thou art afoot, take thou what course thou wilt”, could well be used to describe what is currently happening in this country. I pray that I am dreadfully wrong about this. - Clement Stanley 
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Isshhh awat takut sangat istihar harta nihh..

Foto yg disahkan perasmian bangunan Surau Sg Udang


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