Bebel Without a Clause

Bebel Without a Clause

Thursday, December 24, 2015

Memang semua bukan salah Najib, hanya satu sahaja salah dia?.

Ramai blogger yang beranggap gerakan yang dijalankan oleh Pro-Tun, Pro-Umno dan Pro-TSMY adalah gerakan anti-Najib.
Ini adalah satu andaian yang kurang tepat dan bahaya bagi UMNO.
Memang kita tidak nafikan DSN ada membuat akuan bahawa duit 2.6B tu adalah pada nya duit UMNO kemudian dikatakan duit peribadi yang telah di alihkan kepada bitcoin (menurut sumber yang tidak boleh dipercayai). Pada segelintir ini, sudah cukup untuk menyarankan DSN untuk berundur. Kita disini akan tetap mengundi DSN, namun perlu diingat kami blogger ini satu undi sama dengan blogger belaan. Undi di akar umbi lebih banyak dari undi seorang ketua cawangan,
Namun kita percaya DSN akan menang dengan undi dari golongan rakyat yang bukan ahli UMNO.
Ini tidak mustahil kerana DSN tanpa pengetahuan Bahasa Arab dapat meraihkan sumbangan yang begitu banyak dari Tun Dr Mahathir sepanjang Tun menjadi PM.
Syabas. Malaysia Boleh, DSN Boleh.

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Siapakah mantan MKT keturunan Raja Hitam?

Namun, ramai yang tidak tahu ada mantan ahli politik besar dari Melaka berasal dari susur galur Raja Hitam yang pernah di angkat menjadi Yang Di Pertuan.

Clue: Handsome.

Siapa dia?
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TIDAK seperti ketua pemerintah di negeri lain yang bergelar raja atau sultan, Negeri Sembilan menggunakan gelaran Yang Dipertuan Besar. Ada pendapat menyatakan kemungkinan gelaran Yang Dipertuan Besar disebabkan pengaruh dari kesultanan Palembang yang wujud dalam masyarakat Minangkabau. Kesultanan Palembang dikatakan mula-mula membahasakan Yang Dipertuan kepada rajanya yang membawa maksud raja yang dituankan itu adalah dijemput. Penggunaan gelaran itu di Negeri Sembilan menurut Prof. Datuk Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali ada kisah dan sejarahnya yang selalunya dimulakan dengan kehadiran seorang anak raja dari Minangkabau yang bergelar Raja Melewar. “Namun, sebelum pertabalan Raja Melewar, sudah ada raja Minangkabau yang menduduki takhta negeri tersebut iaitu Raja Adil, Raja Kasab dan Raja Khatib. “Sejarah awal kehadiran raja berkenaan ke Negeri Sembilan bagaimanapun tidak jelas namun, ada catatan yang menyatakan mereka sudah berada di negeri tersebut,” katanya. Menjadi tanda tanya mengapa negeri yang sudah ada raja, penghulu atau undang sebelum ini memerlukan seseorang untuk mengetuai luak-luak ini dan menjadi Yam Tuan (sebelum gelaran Yang Dipertuan) di Negeri Sembilan. Dalam hal ini, Dr. Abdullah berkata, ia sering kali dikaitkan dengan kebimbangan masyarakat dan pembesar keturunan Minangkabau terhadap perkembangan pengaruh dan kuasa orang Bugis yang bertapak di Linggi bermula pada 1722. “Opu Bugis lima bersaudara iatu Daeng Parani, Daeng Marewah, Daeng Chelak, Daeng Menambun dan Daeng Kemasi dikatakan membantu nelayan Bugis yang berselisih dengan pengikut-pengikut penghulu Linggi. “Penghulu Linggi yang menyedari tidak mampu menentang angkatan Bugis lima bersaudara itu kemudian meminta bantuan Raja Kechil yang menduduki takhta kerajaan Johor dengan gelaran Sultan Abdul Jalil Rahmat Shah. “Bagaimanapun, ketika perang di Linggi, Raja Kechil telah dikalahkan dan terpaksa berundur ke Siak sementara Johor ditawan kembali oleh Opu Bugis lima bersaudara. Maka bertapaklah Bugis di Linggi. Oleh sebab itu, sehingga kini kebanyakan yang duduk di Linggi berketurunan Bugis,” katanya. Penguasaan Bugis di Linggi mencetuskan kebimbangan, sekali gus mendorong Penghulu dan Undang mengambil keputusan menjemput seorang anak raja dari Pagar Ruyung untuk ditabalkan sebagai raja di Negeri Sembilan. Raja Melewar tiba di Negeri Sembilan dan ditabalkan sebagai Yang Dipertuan di Penajis, Rembau pada 1773 dan seterusnya bersemayam di Seri Menanti. “Raja Melewar bagaimanapun tidak menjadi pengasas kepada kerajaan Negeri Sembilan meskipun mempunyai putera, namun keturunannya tidak dilantik sebagai Yang Dipertuan ketika itu. “Para pembesar bermesyuarat dan membawa seorang lagi anak raja dari Pagar Ruyung yang dikenali sebagai Raja Hitam untuk menduduki takhta kerajaan. Keturunan Raja Hitam juga tidak mewarisi pemerintahan kerajaan itu dan sekali lagi pembesar menjemput anak raja lain dari Pagar Ruyung iaitu Raja Lenggang. “Raja Lenggang kemudian menjadi pengasas kerajaan Negeri Sembilan kerana puteranya Tunku Radin menjadi Yang Dipertuan Besar (1830) diikuti puteranya yang kedua, Tunku Imam (1861 hingga 1869),” katanya. Pertabalan Tunku Radin sebagai Yang Dipertuan Besar menggantikan ayahnya menunjukkan berakhirnya penjemputan anak-anak raja dari Minangkabau menduduki takhta di Negeri Sembilan. - See more at: http://www.utusan.com.my/rencana/ketua-negeri-tidak-bergelar-sultan-1.163012#sthash.6LcLG3qJ.dpuf

Cabaran Ketua2 Cawangan untuk menjemput Timbalan Presiden ke mesyuarat dan aktiviti cawangan-cawangan. Bila lagi kalau berani,

Setelah, Timb Presiden tidak lagi dibenarkan ke persidangan Sayap , TSMY akan menjelajah dan merasmikan mesyuarat cawangan mulai dari tahun depan.
Ketua-ketua cawangan di minta untuk menjemput Timb Presiden ke mesyuarat dan aktivit di peringkat cawangan2.
Ada Bran?

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KUALA LUMPUR 27 Nov. – Tradisi Timbalan Presiden UMNO merasmikan Perhimpunan Agung Pergerakan Wanita, Pemuda dan Puteri adalah hanya satu keistimewaan diberikan kepada kedudukan jawatan berkenaan dan bukannya hak yang tidak boleh ditarik balik. Menteri Komunikasi dan Multimedia, Datuk Seri Dr. Salleh Said Keruak berkata, ketetapan bahawa perasmian perhimpunan agung berkenaan dilakukan ketua sayap masing-masing juga telah dibuat oleh Majlis Tertinggi (MT) UMNO berdasarkan cadangan daripada sayap-sayap terlibat. “Ini hanya satu tradisi. Satu keistimewaan yang diberikan kepada Timbalan (Presiden UMNO). Ini bukannya hak. Hak tidak boleh diambil dari orang lain. “Keistimewaan pula sebaliknya perlu diperoleh dan keistimewaan boleh hilang sekiranya disalah guna,” katanya menerusi satu kenyataan dalam laman blog sskeruak.blogspot.com hari ini. Selasa lalu, mesyuarat MT UMNO memutuskan perasmian Perhimpunan Agung Pergerakan Wanita, Pemuda dan Puteri UMNO pada bulan depan akan dilakukan oleh ketua sayap masing-masing. - See more at: http://www.utusan.com.my/berita/politik/tradisi-perasmian-sayap-umno-boleh-diubah-1.163121#sthash.B3MNq94C.dpuf

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Friday, November 27, 2015

Nurul Kiram bagaikan menang sorak kampung tergadai


Tindakan Nurul bebal dan tidak sensitif kepada Rakyat Sabah.
Ini bagaikan seorang anak yang melawat sambil berceria dengan pembunuh bapanya.
Isu penembakan kepalterbang Rusia oleh Turki sampai sekarang tiada seorangpun mengaku bersalah. Mereka ini sanggup mati namun maruah negara tetap dipelihara.
Perbuatan Nurul dan Tian Chua boleh dianggap sanggup sebagai menjual negeri Sabah , deposit kekal BN, agar mereka dapat menang Parlimen.
Bak kata perpatah, menang sorak kampung tergadai.
Menang Sorak Atas bawah tergadai?

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Sabah bans Nurul, Tian Chua
Sabah state assembly passed a special motion to bar PKR vice presidents Nurul Izzah Anwar and Tian Chua from entering the state for meeting with self-styled Sulu princess Jacel Kiram in Manila earlier this month.

Sabah Barisan Nasional assemblymen fully backed the special motion tabled by Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Raymond Tan to censure the two MPs, whose meeting with Jacel was an affront to the sovereignty of Sabah.
 
Read here

Monday, November 16, 2015

Must Read: LETTER TO THE SPEAKER AND MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT BY TENGKU RAZALEIGH HAMZAH

Must Read: LETTER TO THE SPEAKER AND MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT BY TENGKU RAZALEIGH HAMZAH

TENGKU RAZALEIGH HAMZAH
No.31 Jalan Langgak Golf,
55000 KualaLumpur, Malaysia
Tel: (03)21485655, (03)21485673 Fax:(03)21423559

30hb Oktober, 2014.6hb Muharam, 1436.

Y.B. Member of Parliament.

Y.B. Tuan,

With the utmost respect to you as responsible Members of Parliament duty-bound to serve the interest of our beloved Malaysian people, I am writing to you about some critical economic issues besetting our country today, affecting the rakyat and impacting on our future generations. Avoiding the “business-as-usual” debate on the 2015 Budget tabled by the Government now on-going in the august House, I choose this route in order to underline the seriousness of the matters involved. The negative impact of the current Budget proposals, I believe, will most immediately be felt by our middle-class, recent graduates, first time employees and the poorer income groups. While endorsing the “people economy”, the Budget 2015 does not seem to give them priority over the “capital economy”.

2. From the current perspective, we can only see that the nation is moving headlong in the wrong direction, that current economic trends are not sustainable, which, if not corrected, will lead to a crisis, which we can ill afford, sooner than we can safely anticipate, nor can we get out of it without much hardship to our ordinary citizens. Such a crisis will threaten the future peace, prosperity and security of our nation.

3. The 2015 Budget projects that GDP growth rate next year will likely be around five to six per cent, which is thought to be sufficient as envisaged in the EconomicTransformation Programme (ETP) to push the country forward to achieve developed status by 2020. This forecast may be overly optimistic given the current global economic threats and our own model of growth that depends so much on our external markets and the optimism of foreign interests in our economy. As noted in the 2015 Economic Report, the downside risks are at higher odds that may impel an economic shock through our bodypolitic. More importantly, these figures conceal some forewarnings that are not highlighted. I think the Government has been ignoring these signals towards a global economic reset, begun with the 2008 subprime crisis in the US and sovereign debt issues in the Eurozone, which is now shifting its focus to Asia with the slowing down of the Chinese economy and the Modi government’s recharging of the Indian economy. While rocking all boats, only those prepared with anticipatory reforms will be able to weather the incoming storm.

4. In terms of government fiscal management, the tipping point, induced by an external economic collapse such as a crash of the US Dollar or a debt default by 1MDB, would throw our financial sustainability into a spin. The rule of thumb for sustainability (whether it can be funded by current output together with net foreign inflow) for any given year is that the sum of government debt (in 2014 around RM41 billion) plus outstanding loans of commercial banks and households (now totaling RM1,273 billion) - making up to RM1,314billion - must NOT be more than five times the sum of government revenues (that is, 5xRM225b=RM1,125 billion). Clearly this rule of thumb has been breached!

5. A good part of this deficit and the national debt overhang arises on the operating budget side from tax expenditures to support consumption to achieve growth, for example through the BRIM awards, and to finance the public wage, subsidies and pension obligations. This consumption-based expenditure, together with the high energy and food subsidies given to industry and the public to sustain aggregate demand, is itself not sustainable. This type of expenditure to boost the economy does not add to the capacity building through investment that is necessary to enhance future economic growth. But the Government still persists over the last five years in driving a consumption-based pump priming to compensate for the weakening growth fundamentals on the revenue side, including exports. I believe it is more fruitful to provide allocations for the growth of the agricultural sector to enhance food security and stop foreign exchange outflow through the import of food. This is more beneficial in the effort to support the cost of living of the masses in times of economic emergencies.

6. The problem with our public finance is not so much on the revenue side, but on the expenditure side. The increase in public sector fixed overhead costs cannot for instance beat the expense of development expenditure, especially when so much more is needed to bring up the economic status of Sabah and Sarawak in terms of social infrastructure and basic amenities compared to the Peninsular states. The share of the latter expenditure has been decreasing as the operating budget increases, from in excess of 30 per cent a decade ago to about 15 per cent of the total budget proposed for 2015. With the Auditor-General exposing wastage, profligate spending, unaccountable losses, and sheer incompetence and intransigent corruption, both petty and in high places, we are excused from any restraint to express our anger and intolerance as taxpayers and ordinary citizens at the current state of affairs. There are efficiencies that can be had to enable cutting back on the secularly rising operating budget over the years. I would have recommended that an Auditor-General office be established in every ministry and government agency to ensure necessary compliance and accountability in public spending. An Office of Ombudsman answerable to Parliament should also be established on the executive side besides the Public Accounts Committee of parliament. At the same time, we need to control and eliminate corruption by strengthening the Financial Procedure Act through its revision and amendment.

7. The rising cost of living is the most urgent issue in the economy. The raft of knock on price increases subsequently in transport, electricity and food items etc. act to increase the build-up of pressure on the cost of living now facing the people. The issue of the rising cost of living affects everybody, but impacts the middle and lower income classes more than others. The main causes of rising prices are insufficient supplies to meet rising demands. Hence more could be done to liberalize the economy. We must monitor the cost of electricity to ensure its affordability among the people. The same goes for road toll charges. It must be reviewed to ensure that unavoidable cost increases must be reasonable. If a road toll cannot be avoided, then the government must finds ways not to burden the people. More licenses, less quotas, a greater ease of doing business especially for small and medium businesses and traders, should be considered.

8. The cost of housing has been rising in major urban centres, and house prices have been accelerating due to demands engendered by foreign and local investors, not just for higher-end properties but also the lower cost categories. Affordable housing, even withthe 1Malaysia Prima Homes Plan, is currently beyond the reach of fresh graduates and the lower middle class who are facing the spectre of unemployment or low wage employment and heavy debt. In this regard, I would like to see the government, through Bank Negara, reviewing the private housing loan programme of commercial banks for houses below RM250,000 which should be based on service charge rather than on compound interest. This is commensurate with charges for government housing loans.

9. Next year’s implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), although havinga one-time impact and is then dissipated through the rest of the economy, is bound to add to this pressure on living costs. In order to ease the rising burden on the rakyat, I would like to propose that the implementation of the GST be postponed until the economy is consolidated and strengthened. It is hoped that our economy would enjoy a rapid and along-term high growth. Should there still be a need to implement the GST, it is hoped that the rates will be recalculated.

10. Beyond that macro-picture, I am seriously concerned about the high personal and household debts that are reaching critical levels, now in excess of 87 per cent of GDP, due to housing mortgages and car loans, study loans, credit card and personal (through Ar-Rahnu or Ah-Long) consumption charges that are pushing debt repayment ratios close to 30 – 40 per cent of household incomes. This situation has led to the acceleration of personal bankruptcies and mental pressures on families, and is not sustainable in the best of times, what more in an economic crisis. Yet, while it is most needed now, along with unemployment insurance, the government has been tardy in amending the bankruptcy laws and provisions, and the enhancement of other safety nets such as for medical expenses.

11. In as far as bankruptcies are concerned, it is worthwhile for the government to limit the bankruptcy period to, say, 12 months. This will ease the pressure against the bankrupt apart from sparing him the embarrassment of his situation. In striving for equity, the loan providing institution should provide a breather through moratoriums meant to postpone the application of the provision of the bankruptcy law while the borrower makes the effort to repay the loan. This would certainly be helpful to families with limited excess savings when they face unexpected emergencies. It should be noted that many government pensioners and private sector retirees are hard put in making ends meet now in the effort to face the ever-rising cost of living on their limited pensions and EPF savings.

12. Corruption itself adds to the cost of living and is a burden to all. When development projects, big or small, have a political mark-up imposed on contract awards and taken upfront, little much is left to contractor profit margins that can only be charged to end-users, that is the taxpayers and consumers. To quote a columnist recently, the insufficient checks and balances continue to dog the country’s economy, thus leading to increasing concentration of power within the executive branch and persistence in rent-seeking behaviour, patronage politics, opaque governance practices and pervasive corruption. Is it any wonder then that Malaysia is perceived as among the world’s worst countries on integrity?

13. Besides corruption, we also need to be vigilant against the occurrence of any and all forms of economic sabotage to the detriment of our national resources and wealth to benefit our future generations. It is for this reason of instituting checks and balance that reforms of the Official Secrets Act and the Universities and University Colleges Act, a freerpress, and a freedom of information legislation are required. The restoration of the reputation of the courts and the enforcement agencies, including independence and enhanced power of the anti-corruption agency, SPRM, must be set in train if we are serious about tackling this cancer in our political system, bureaucracy and society in general. Even the Standing Orders of Parliament and the structure of the Senate may have to be reformed in order to respectively allow for private members bills and greater independent representation of the states in our system of fiscal federalism.

14. Worse, whether it is a consequence of government policies or not, the distribution of wealth in the country, as expected, is extremely skewed. The wealth of Malaysia’s top 10per cent exceeds those of the bottom 70per cent, and about 12 per cent of Malaysian households have no wealth at all. In fact, the wealth of the top one per cent, in 2012, is much higher than the whole of the bottom 40 per cent combined.

15. The government’s position as reflected in the Budget address is to divide the country into two economies: the capital economy and the people economy. The latter refers to the world of capital, enterprise and big investment, while the latter consistent with the New Economic Model refers to the bottom 40% of households in terms of income distribution. This is an unfortunate even dangerous classification. To solve the issue of inequality and achieve social justice in a rich and favoured nation such as ours requires treatment of all classes of stakeholders in the nation. Economic growth must involve and benefit all, not through distinctions of capital and work.

16. The status of inequality and imbalance, and the issue of fairness in economic benefit remain the main faultline in our society. These economic cleavages tend and can lead to dissatisfactions among the communities and the breakdown of social cohesion built over the decades of our now maturing nation. They take on emotional overtones and extremism, and have led to racial envy and biases and prejudice that undermine the underlying and potentially unifying values of our ethnic diversity. In view of the issue being closely linked to economic activities, I would like to suggest that the government and relevant agencies draw up policies favouring local contractors and suppliers, including those from Sabah and Sarawak, in the awards of contracts, both major and minor.

17. Going forward, the challenge of achieving a high-income economy is our ability to create quality and high-paying jobs, especially for new entrants into the labour force who have higher post-secondary and tertiary qualifications; not the low paying jobs that are now being filled by foreign workers in plantations, construction business and assembly-based manufacturing. Shifting to a service-oriented economy may be part of the answer to this economic restructuring, but we cannot abandon higher-valued manufacturing altogether while maintaining our industrial competitiveness by importing such foreign labour to keep our unit labour costs down. Longer term sustainability of economic growth requires the enhancement of the knowledge content of our manufacturing and service industries, which require innovation, technology and new entrepreneurship. This will increase productivity which, in turn, will raise wages and salaries. This involves not just the up-skilling of our labour force, but also the provision of correct incentives and institutions to support such value-added growth. I wonder whether the New Economic Model is sufficiently geared towards the above tasks.

18. Achieving social justice and fairness is where the work of economic reform is most important and most urgent. These involve reform of the tax system in its separate treatment of capital and labour, the handling of labour market discrimination in the public and private sector, policies that improve the wage share of gross national income, and practices that achieve equality of opportunities and outcomes. Moving to a higher wage regime and away from a cheap labour policy involving guest workers in order to maintain our competitiveness is not an insurmountable task. This is so because data show that productivity, especially in the manufacturing sector, has been rising steadily over the years, but the wage-productivity gap has also been widening. As an immediate remedy, on top of the minimum wage law, I would suggest that a productivity-indexed bonus system be implemented by both the government and private sector employers. This is one of the more critical issues if the goal of inclusive development for Malaysia is to be achieved.

19. In spite of criticisms in the House, civil society and the media, especially social media, the Government leadership has continued to ride over these critical faultlines in our economy in the proverbial “three-monkeys” fashion, pushing through a “roll-over” budget that routinely moves the tough questions that need to be addressed immediately furtherdown the road to the next budget and five-year plan. The critical issues involved are of astructural nature not easily tackled via routine annual provisions.

20. I would submit that the national task to address the economic faultlines above will require new and bold ideas. These ideas need to be implemented over the next five to 10 years with supporting institutional reforms to reset the nation on the right path as promised by our founding fathers. These reforms require considerable political will to put them into effect; they cannot be undertaken piecemeal.

21. I am afraid for our economic situation. In truth we urgently need comprehensive economic reforms and institutional adjustment for resetting the economy in order to put ourpeople out of harm’s way.

22. The people expect bold changes and even bolder leadership. We certainly cannot deny them the answers to their concerns and aspirations. Leaders will have failed the mandate given to them if we are only toying with political slogans, labels and creating myths about our development. The reality is that there is a need for change now; otherwise, as a nation, we are doomed to the status of a failed state. This is what we have to answer for to our future generations.

23. You may think that I am a pessimist. No, I am not. I am a passionate believer in the capacity and capability of our people and especially of our youth who are going to inherit this beloved country, lead it to the global stage and sit hand in glove with countries of the first world. This, then, is the challenge before us and I know we can rise to tackle it with our collective wisdom.

Thank you.

Yours truly,
(Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah) Member of Parliament Gua Musang

Sunday, November 15, 2015

UPDATED: Are we too late on the China's encroachment issue? Sadomasochism of China


An interesting message driven by our current Deputy Prime Minister taken from the Just Read's latest post. Here.

"Deputy Prime Minister Zahid Hamidi said a regional superpower has encroached into maritime territory by constructing airstrips, jetties and other facilities on three atolls just 155km (84 nautical miles) from Sabah.

Without naming the superpower concerned, he said the country’s motives of building the facilities 3,218km from its mainland were questionable"


While I could agree with the comments made by DPM, I always wonder whether we have left too late to make such comments which would only be regarded as a wishful thinking or just a deserving pat on the back from Obama by just saying so. I will just say it is just a politically correct statement  but the beef is no longer there. It is just like having a Mee Banjir without the beef (or is it kambing ?) stock in it. Tasteless, and just another lip service. (NOTE: Aku dah jumpa Mee Banjir original )

What can we do now?

I always wonder what will Mahathir do if he is still in power, I wonder if any of our ministers had ever called him up and ask for his opinion and idea on how to contain China's expansion.
After all, he made a very bold move before in securing Terumbu Layang-layang many years ago. He instructed Promet to build as secured floatilla commanded as a ship. After it was built, it was once gallantly and unselfishly commandeered by Komander Siva.

Maybe we should have done a preemptive political strike just like what Tun Razak did to neutralize PKM but kowtowing to the Chinese Leaders. It seems then the Comunist Party of China was more warm to the Malay Bumiputera  leadership than the Chinese led Parti Komunis Malay.
Recent comments by the Chinese Ambassador must be analyse if there is a policy change by the Chinese government on Malaysia and the Nusantara. Chinese for so many years had been in backwaters of technology, however China has been at the forerunner of high technologies and had acquired many tech companies in the US and the West. There are so much emotional conflicts of natural needs between a Capitalist and a Communist. But is China becoming Capitalist Communist? What are the main traits of a Capitalist Communist country? Definitely, there must be a lot of policy changes for China to go all out for high technology and now are rebranding themselves as a forerunner of high tech leader competing with the West with their army of workers at 350 Million people. Surely the encroachment was supported by this technology.

China is definitely a threat and also a treat. It is more like a sadomasochist (BSDM) giving you pleasure and treats but at the same time threaten your existence.

We should now close rank before it is too late and make another blunder like the Pulau Batu Putih case. And worse.

It is not a small red lion but  a red Dragon vaping right in front of your doorstep.

This is the time for a Bugis warrior to show his mettle worthy like one particular member of Force 136, Abdul Razak Hussien, old boy of Malay College and Raffles College.

 

Suaramu di kenang oleh Halik Chik

Ruang untuk malam ini saya khaskan kepada Saudara Halil Chik. Teman dan rakan di Bukit Antarabangsa. Ini antara lagu yang saya suka. Suara lunak dalam lagu ini amat terserlah. Tidak syak kenapa Halil ini diminati oleh peminat tanahair dan antarabangsa seperti Brunei dan Singapura.
Beliau adalah anak seorang Mat Kampau Pearl's Hill barrack, seangkatan dengan Rubiah Suparman.

 

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Tatasusila menghina pemimpin

Saya setuju dengan ulasan dari seorang Facebooker berkenaan membenci pemimpin tanpa menjaga tatasusila bangsa kita:

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Bila kita tengok komen2 menghina pemimpin di page pemimpin tersebut contohnya di page perdana menteri
Timbul juga tanggapan kurang waras seseorang itu dalam perjalanan hidupnya yg tentunya anti establishment sehingga hilang tata susila terhadap pemimpin
Nyata semua kita ada perasaan benci terhadap pemimpin di mana saja tetapi luahan hati kena kawalan ketat bak kata jgn jadi loose cannon
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Mungkin salah satu sebab ramai yg sangkut dalam jawatan yg sama berpuluh tahun.                              "

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Dulu UMNO kafir kini Amanah .....Penjelasan hukum kafir ....Astora mengganas

Ini satu lakaran oleh Astora, (bukan Astro ) Jabat yang sudah lama tidak menulis blog mungkin kerana beliau sibuk dengan politik Melayu di Selatan Thai..
Tulisan beliau ada kala kontroversi namun kalau di amarkan ada nukilannya yang boleh masuk akal.

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UMNO nampaknya terlepas daripada politik pengkafiran dicap sebagai kafir, syirik dan jahiliah oleh para pemimpin Pas yang bergelar ulama dan tuan guru selepas parti berlabel Islam itu membuat keputusan untuk bekerjasama dengan parti terbesar orang Melayu itu.
Bagaimanapun, politik pengkafiran masih tidak terhapus daripada Pas juga, tetapi ia hanya beralih arah dan ditujukan pula kepada parti serpihannya, iaitu Parti Amanah Negara.

Pengerusi Parti Amanah Negara, Mohamad Sabu menggesa pemimpin-pemimpin PAS supaya berhenti memanggil ahli Amanah sebagai kafir kerana ia tidak memberikan sebarang kebaikan, lapor akhbar Mstar, 9 November 2015.


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Layar ke blog Astora Jabat untuk selanjutnya...Disini.

 

Thursday, October 29, 2015

UMNO: When I was a boy, I had a dream......

Satu lagu yang akan buat kita tertanya tujuan masuk UMNO dulu kala.
Apakah kita mempunyai angan atau impian? Berjuang kerana agama, bangsa dan negara?
Atau perjuangan kita di sia-siakan?
Bila segala peraturan dilanggar dan kita hanya mampu melihat dan mengiyakan kerana takut kan bangsa kita kalah semasa pilhanraya akan datang.
Adakah adil bila hak kita dirampas?

A song that makes we ask ourselves, what was the objective of entering UMNO long, long time ago.
Was it a dream or a vision? Or just passing time?
To struggle for religion, nation and country?
When all rules and regulations are broken and we can only look and agree because of fear our nation will lose the next elections.
Is it fair when our rights had been robbed?


Sunday, October 25, 2015

Timbalan Presiden UMNO: Adakah saya Scissors in the fold?


We must remind ourselves the Deputy President is elected to assist the president. Assistance in what way? He continually reiterated that his duty to the party is paramount to merely being an followship assistance in the party president.,
If he was an assistance to the President why wasn't him requested to assist the President when there was tons of money in the coffers? He was the BN Director of Elections then.
If the duty to perform to the Party is treated as a traitor to the Party, then I bet there is many more 'api dalam serkam'/'gunting dalam lipatan/duri dalam daging' in the party. And many of these traitors had been serving the party for many years, they are just probably fed up being treated look like an idiot. while the top leaders are just controlling from afar never really know what is the sentiment from the ground. A lot are being afraid to speak up because they are constantly being lablled as traitors. But until when?

Kita kena sentiasa mengingatkan diri bahawa Timbalan President di pilih untuk membantu President. Bantuan macamana? Beliau acapkali menyatakan tanggungjawab beliau kepada parti adalah lebih agung dari menjadi pembantu yang menurut arahan membabi buta kepada president.
Sekiranya, beliau adalah pembantu kepada President . mengapa beliau tidak diminta untuk membantu bila ada bertan-tan duit dalam simpanan. Beliau ketika itu adalah Pengarah Pilihanraya BN.
kalau tanggungjawab kepada Parti. di anggap mengjhianat parti maka saya berani kata ada ramai lagi 'api dalam serkam'/'gunting dalam lipatan/duri dalam daging' dalam Parti. Dan banyak yang penghianat ini telah berkorban untuk parti banyak tahun, mereka ini mungkin telah bosan di perbodohkan, sementara ketua di atas hanya mengawal dari jauh dan tidak pun tahu persasaan dari akar umbi. Ramai yang masih takut untuk menberi pendirian kerana takut di cop sebagai pengkhianat. Namun sampai bila?
 
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KUALA LUMPUR: Timbalan Presiden UMNO, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin menegaskan beliau bukan gunting dalam lipatan di dalam UMNO.

Malah Ahli Parlimen Pagoh itu mempertahankan tindakan beliau yang berterusan lantang menyuarakan apa yang tidak kena di dalam UMNO sebagai manifestasi sayangkan parti.

"Saya bukan 'gunting'.

"Kita sedang berhadapan dengan masalah dan saya tidak rela (berdiam diri) kerana saya sayangkan UMNO," kata Muhyiddin ketika menjawab soalan pada sesi dialog 'Berani Kerana Benar' anjuran Sinar Harian di Johor Baharu, pada Sabtu. Program itu disiar secara langsung melalui laman web, Sinar.TV

Tambahnya, selaku pemimpin yang berasal dari Johor, bekas Timbalan Perdana Menteri itu tidak pernah gentar untuk berhadapan dengan segala kemungkinan termasuk implikasi terhadap kedudukannya dalam UMNO.

Beliau mengakui walaupun masih menjawat jawatan Timbalan Presiden UMNO, namun dinamik peranannya terutama melalui aspek pengurusan parti sudah tidak sama seperti dahulu.

"Mesyuarat yang lalu saya tidak lagi mempengerusikan mesyuarat pengurusan parti.

"Saya tak tahu bagaimana keadaan akan datang dan cara ini seolah-olah tidak menghormati keputusan orang yang memilih saya sebagai timbalan presiden parti," ujar Muhyiddin.

Selain itu, beliau mengakui ada mendengar khabar angin yang mengatakan wujudnya rancangan untuk menghalang beliau daripada merasmikan Perhimpunan Agung Sayap UMNO semasa Perhimpunan Agung UMNO Disember depan.

"Wallahualam, kalau ikut konvensyen atau tradisinya, timbalan presiden akan merasmikan perhimpunan sayap," kata beliau.
Muhyiddin turut berharap semua pihak di dalam UMNO memahami tindakan beliau tidak sepatutnya dilihat sebagai faktor menggugat kekuatan parti.

"Saya bukan merogol atau meliwat. Kalau pun presiden tidak mahu dengar tidak mengapa, cuma kalau silap mengakulah kesilapan," ujarnya.

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Lapuran MH17 adalah konspirasi Barat menyalahkan Rusia


Lapuran MH17 adalah konspirasi Barat menyalahkan Rusia.

Sila baca baik dan fahami apa yang ditulis .

Baca juga disini.Hanya yang bodoh sahaja akan terima repot Belanda itu. Tanpa black box d bagaimana boleh suruhanjaya itu mengatakan lokasi itu dating dari kawasan Russia.

Kita boleh menggunakan matematik untuk melastikkan Apollo 13 kembali ke arah bumi dengan menggunakan daya gravity bulan.
Baca lah komen dari link itu disini.
Baca disini untuk selanjutnya.

Looney:
The missile exploded, just as designed, a few feet away from the plane. Simple math, isn’t it?
So, how come nobody can do the reverse calculation to PINPOINT the launch site, within a few feet?
We can easily calculate the trajectory of the Slingshot around the Moon, or landing on a freaking asteroid. Elon Musk’s rockets have consistently smashed into a tiny barge in the ocean.
So, the freaking math works on those occasions, but not for the MH17 investigation?
Don’t they have a calculator, an abacus, or a Slide Rule in the Netherlands? πŸ˜‰
Looney
Jack Burton:
Have you ever heard of an air traffic crash investigation where the Black Box was kept secret? Have you ever heard of an air crash investigation that didn’t even ask for the air traffic control tapes?
When has an air crash investigation NOT asked for testimony of the Air Traffic Controller who was in contact and handled the planes flight details?
The bitch woman who was on MH-17 has been on vaction for over a year and a half, not seen or heard from. She never went back to the tower.
CNN and NPR pretend with a straight face that this is even an investigation! Fuck’n hell!
jeff montanye:
kind of reminds me of the 9-11 investigation (no black box data released whatsoever).
this also looked fishy to me:
Malaysia not only disallows inquests. It has forbidden family members of the 43 Malaysian victims from opening the coffins. None of the kin of those killed was permitted to view the victims in their coffins, Wan Lailatul Masturah said. “We were not allowed by the government, nobody must see. All the corpses who came back were not allowed to be opened.”
Latina Lover:
Could you imagine being denied the right to see your dead wife or child because the “government’ forbid it?? Does this not stink of a coverup?
Latina Lover:
Remember the Germanwings crash? It took less than 72 hours to release the cockpit recordings. Yet the Fucking Dutch can’t produce them after 15 months??
I’ll bet Putin has a copy of the black box recordings and is waiting for the right time to stick it to the USSA/EU/Dutch and Ukie stooges.
cheech_wizard:
I remember looking into the 3 planes that went down after the one in Ukraine. All their black boxes were recovered in days, if not weeks…(Only because one went down in a somewhat remote area in Africa.)
So yes, it’s complete bullshit.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Selama Hari Raya Korban. Balik lah kampong yang masih ada ibu dan bapa


Selamat Hari Raya Korban

Yang ada bapa dan ibu , balik lah kampong.

Sebelum mereka tinggalkan kita selamanya.

Alfatihah kepada kedua ibubapa saya.

Bila sudah tiada orang tua barulah terasa rindu.
 

Friday, September 18, 2015

Jerman bermain wayang: Kenapa pelarian dari Syria dll tidak di benarkan masuk Hungari?.

 
Many Syrian Immigrant may be sent back if they fail to convince they are war refugees.
Blame it on the Dublin Regulation.
Masaalah yang timbul di sempadan Hungary adalah berpunca dari regulasi yang telah dipersetujui oleh Negara EU.
Hungary is stopping the Refugees entering or passing through the country since Germany is not responding responsibily they are accepting these refugees.
All refugees are needed to be properly processed before letting them through.
Kerajaa Jerman sekarang ini sedang bermain wayang dengan Hungary.
Croatia pun telah menutup sempadan mereka walaupun mereka bukan negara EU.

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The answer is: Hungary is forced to act according to EU law and Germany refuses to apply an optional clause that would suspend this law.

The explanation in detail: To understand what is going on in Hungary, one needs to understand the Dublin Regulation.

The Dublin Regulation determines the Member State responsible for an asylum claim. It consists of two parts:
  1. The responsible Member State  will be the state through which the asylum seeker first entered the EU.
  2. Asylum seekers entering another Member State can be transfered back to the responsible Member State.
Due to the Dublin Regulation only Member States at the external borders (e.g. Italy, Greece, Hungary) of the EU can become responsible Member States. Germany, for example, can never become a responsible Member State, because all neighbors of Germany are also members of the EU.

The consequence of the Dublin Regulation is that non-responsible Member States like Germany refuse to process asylum applications from most refugees and legally transferred them back to the responsible Member States. As a result of this practice, structurally weaker and poorer Member States like Greece, Italy, and Hungary have been left alone with the burden of the increasing refugee influx for many years.

It is not surprising that the Dublin Regulation was primarily supported and enforced by Germany. The Dublin Regulation was extended to the Dublin II and then to the Dublin III Regulation.

According to the Dublin III Regulation and other  EU law, the responsible Member State has to operate reception camps, where they assess personal characteristics of the refugees (e.g. fingerprints) and where refugees have to apply for asylum.

Responsible Member States violate EU law if they allow refugees to pass through to another Member States without assessing  and submitting their personal characteristics into the European Data Directory. Such violation of EU law entail a contractual penalty.

Thus, Hungary is forced by EU law to first register refugees in reception camps. Refugees at the Keleti train station in Budapest can shout "Germany" as loud as they want, Hungary is not allowed to let them go without concession of Germany. The Dublin III regulation includes a sovereignty clause that allows any Member State to declare responsible for the refugees. Since Germany refuses to apply the sovereignty clause, refugees can't pass through.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

16 Sept, himpunan merah Mat Rempit dan Melayu Baruah Burit

Bila mana Melayu mahu bersuara maka adalah mula-mula Melayu yang berada dan kononnya pandai bersuara Melayu yang berbaju merah di beri jolokan Melayu merempit ingin menebus maruah bangsa.

Banyak Melayu ini sudah menjadi baruah tanpa mereka perlu mendapat sokongan bangsa asing.
Mereka ini adalah orang yang fikir mereka terhebat walaupun kedudukan mereka ini bukanlah dari titik peluh mereka tapi dari keringat mat-mat yang dalam majority  sanggup untuk meletakkan diri mereka dalam keadaan aman. Our strength is our sheer numbers. It doesn't matter if they are not smarter than you. Everyone has its own strength.

Dalam keadaan aman lah mereka ini mendapat peluang untuk mengaut laba perniagaan dan menyenangkan mereka secara pendirian. 
Adakah mereka ini memberi sumbangan untuk mempertahankan kemelayuan?
Tidak sama sekali. We are Malaysians.

Mereka ini bila ada masa akan mengutuk semua ciri-ciri melayu dan tidak akan sesekali menggunakan kekayaan mereka untuk mengembangkan kebudayaan dan kekuatan melayu dari segala sudut. Mereka ini self centred.

Bila mereka sudah berjaya mereka akan menjadi anglophilia dan lupa asal usul mereka.

Mereka mula mengutuk melayu walhal ada lah menjadi tanggungjawab kepada yang kononnya intellectual memperjuangkan nasib Melayu yang lain.

Saya merasa sedih dengan sikap mereka yang memualkan dan amat pathetic .

Ada yang telah menjadi warganegara dunia pertama namum masih mengutuk melayu konon semua melayu yang sokong kerajaan adalah bodoh, dan korup. Dan mereka ini warga British atau Amereka keturunan Melayu yang telah berjaya memburitkan wanita Eropah.

Kepada mereka ini kamu adalah sebenarnya baruah.

Tahu bercakap besar namun tidak tahu untuk menolong bangsa sendiri.

Kamu hanya tahu memuji bangsa asing yang asalnya datang untuk merompak harta kekayaan pribumi Malaysia.



 

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Takziah kepada Jailani Harun

Takziah kepada blogger, saudara Jailani Harun keatas pemergian bondanya pagi tadi.
Jenazah akan di kebumikan di Ramuan China Besar, Melaka.
Semoga roh bondanya ditempatkan di kalangan orang-orang yang beriman. Amin.
ALFATIHAH.

Suara Ampang Puteri: Welcome back! Ampang sokong Najib

Selamat kembali Ampang Puteri yang telah lama menyepi. Nampaknya, SOP ini datang nak menyengat kami di Ampang, jadi saya tak lah mahu siarkan isu yang kontroversi di Ampang.

Lihat: Disini Ampang Sokong Najib

Thursday, August 20, 2015

The Antarabangsa hill billies: I want to be Azmin the billionaire

 
Enjoy

Syabas Azmin Ali kini dikatakan atau di bohongi adalah Melayu yang antara terkaya di dunia

Kalau dipercayakan kenyataan Khalid Ibrahim dengan kelesapan duit RM8B itu , maka menteri besar Azmin Ali , Wakil Rakyat DUN aku, kita penduduk bukit antarabangsa merasa bangga dengan pencapaian seorang Melayu dari Klang Gate .

Bermula dengan latar belakang keluarga yang kerdil beliau menggunakan kepala otak nya dan dapat mengumpul kekayaan mungkin setarf denga Emas Yamashita (Yamashita's Gold).
Penyampaian beliau boleh di katakan satu yang membanggakan penduduk disekitar Hulu Kelang dan Bukit Antarabangsa ini dan mempunyai adik beradik yang amat masyhur dan berjaya dari pelbagai industry termasuk perikanan (industry sotong), perfileman (lakunan dan lawak) dan politik (indusri amphibia).
Pusat karaoke Wangsa Walk malam tadi mencatatkan lagu "I want to be a Billionaire" antara lagu yang paling popular.


Untuk keterangan lanjut sila layar ke :  Disini

Untuk nyanyi lagu I want to be like Azmin (billionaire) sila layari disini.


Ini turn Azmin pulak, hari tu Najib. So tak biar kita bising2 pasal Najib. Masing-masing dengan rezeki masing-masing. Bukan rezeki kita, Kita terserah kepada kecukupan yang Allah berikan.

Malaysia- Where billions truly lesap.

Monday, August 17, 2015

Bakri Musa: The arrival of Islam was “the most momentous event in the history of the Malay archipelago,”

by M. Bakri Musa
 

The arrival of Islam was “the most momentous event in the history of the Malay archipelago,” to quote Syed Naquib al-Attas. It came not through the point of the sword but peacefully through trade. Islam did not land in a cultural and religious vacuum as Malays were already steeped in Hindu and animist traditions. Nor did the Arabs come to emancipate our ancestors; there was no messianic zeal or even an inclination to engage in their salvation.

      Those Muslims came only to trade; there was no intention to dominate or colonize. Their Islamic faith and the prevailing Malay culture interacted through gradual and mutual accommodation. The result was that “the local genius of the people shone through” in the melding of the two, to quote Farish Noor, respected scholar and frequent commentator on Malaysian affairs.

     This was vividly illustrated with my matriarchal Adat Perpateh. It coexisted peacefully with traditional male-dominated Islam, demonstrating a brilliant and workable synthesis of the two. Malays did not repudiate our traditional ways to become Muslims, and Islam was not adulterated to accommodate Malay culture. Both were remarkably malleable to and adaptive of each other.
 
     This accommodative attitude is best captured by the Minangkabau wisdom, Adat menurun, syarak mendaki (‘custom descended, religion ascended’), in reference to the belief that the Minangkabau descended from the highlands, the heartland of the culture, to meet Islam as it ascended from the coast. Both Islam and Malay were elevated as a consequence of the melding.

      Expressions like Adat basandi syarak, syarak basandi kitabullah (Customs based on shari’a; shari’a on Koran), and the more practical, Syarak mengato, adat memakai (Sharia prescribes, adat subscribes) attest to this grand accommodation. The sociologist Taufik Abdullah expressed it best, “The genius of Minangkabau is to synthesize contradictions harmoniously.” There were certainly contradictions real as well as imagined between Islam and traditional Malay culture, but our ancestors took them in stride and with composure.

      It is said that a Minangkabau baby is fed white rice and red chili early so it could learn at a very young age to tolerate opposites. Later we would go beyond mere tolerating to actually relishing contradictions. Thus as adults we could not do without our rice and sambal (chili paste).

     Of course all these happened several centuries ago, long before the advent of “purist” Islamists. Today these purists would condemn any accommodation of the faith as bida’a(adulteration). Little wonder that Malays of that religious persuasion are today busy rewriting history to obliterate our legitimate pre-Islamic existence. They would like us to believe that prior to the arrival of Islam, Malays were cultureless and devoid of any spiritual values, and that our history began only with the arrival of Islam.
 
     Thus instead of learning and benefiting from the wisdom and ingenuity of our ancestors in synthesizing contradictions harmoniously, these later-day Islamists are obsessed with “purifying” and "cleansing" our faith of what they deem to be “un-Islamic” and “primitive” elements.
 
     These purists obviously have not learned anything from our recent history. They should remember that the last time this “cleansing” effort took place it triggered the Padri War from 1821-37 in West Sumatra. That conflict succeeded only in further tightening of Dutch colonial rule.
 
     Today there is little risk that the Malay world would ever be colonized again, our leaders’ fear of neo-colonization notwithstanding. Colonialism is no longer cool, except in such odd places like Chechnya and Tibet. However there is a fate far worse than being colonized, and that is being left behind by a rapidly modernizing world.
 
     This preoccupation with Islamic “cleansing” distracts Malays, especially the idealistic younger set looking for a cause and meaning to their life, from making their rightful contributions to society. It is far too easy for their religious zeal to degenerate into something sinister, as with futile “jihads” against phantom enemies of Islam.
 
     A notorious and tragic example was the “Bali bomber,” Dr. Azahari Husin. Smart enough to be the top student at Malay College, Kuala Kangsar, he was later selected to pursue his engineering degree in Australia and subsequently, doctoral work in Britain.
 
     By all accounts he was a competent academic and an inspiring teacher. He could have made a significant contribution by training future engineers, quite apart from being a much-needed role model especially for young Malays. Somewhere along the line he acquired a zeal for “purifying” the faith. Instead of making a meaningful contribution, he ended up leaving behind a trail of death and destruction. A needless tragedy, for him, his family, and society!
 
     At the community level, this increased emphasis in religion has resulted in, among other things, our national schools taking on all the trappings of a religious institution. As a result non-Muslims are abandoning the system in droves making these schools all the more insular. Malays too are abandoning the system but for the very opposite reason – these schools are deemed not religious enough! As a consequence religious schools now mushroom all over the country.
 
     Unlike religious schools in America, those in Malaysia are heavy into religion, paying lip service to such important but deemed “secular subjects” as science and mathematics. Then we wonder why local companies cannot get enough qualified Malay applicants.
 
     This emphasis on religion has resulted in the massive expansion of the bureaucracy associated with Islam just to employ these otherwise unemployable Malay graduates. This further encourages Malays to enroll in religious schools, feeding this non-productive cycle. Today thousands of Malay talents are diverted not in producing something for the economy but in the destructive pursuit of keeping citizens along the “straight and narrow path,” as these zealots see it.
 
     If this were to continue, we could expect a modern version of the Padri War, with the Malay community in conflict with each other and be left behind. This time there would be no outside force coming to mediate or rescue us; we would be left destroying each other while the world bypassed us.
 
     The need for Malays and Muslims today is not to further divide us by heaping useless labels as liberal or conservative Muslims, or needlessly dividing us into tudung-clad versus the well-coiffured. As so eloquently stated in the Koran, true piety lies not in turning your face to the east or west (as in praying) rather one who spends his substance on his kin, the orphans, the needy, and the wayfarer.
 
    In order to do that we first must have the substance, that is, be productive. This obsession with the external manifestations of our faith distracts us from being so and thus contributing to the betterment of our society.  
 
 
Adapted from the author’s latest book, Liberating The Malay Mind, ZI Publications Sdn Bhd, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia , 2013.
 
Next: The Lessons From Our Encounter With Islam
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Monday, July 27, 2015

Skandal WSJ Sepintas Lalu: Cara Anwar membuat silap mata dahulu kala.


KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- Malaysian Resources Corp. Bhd., controlled by close associates of Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, is preparing to sell its indirect stake in financial services concern Commerce Asset-Holdings Bhd. to FCW Holdings. FCW, a cable manufacturer, is part of an international consortium involved in construction of the massive Bakun hydroelectric dam project.
New Straits Times Bhd., a newspaper publisher 48%-owned by MRCB, will sell its 20.12% stake in Commerce Asset to FCW for 950 million ringgit ($380 million), sources say. The executives say the transaction will value each Commerce Asset share at about 16 ringgit. The deal, which is expected to be announced before the end of the week, would be largely financed by the issue of new FCW shares.
MRCB and FCW officials couldn't be reached for immediate comment. But evidence that a deal is in the works came Tuesday when MRCB, New Straits Times and FCW requested a suspension in the trading of their shares on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange. MRCB and New Straits Times were last traded at 8.50 ringgit and 13.90 ringgit respectively, while FCW shares closed Tuesday at 6.80 ringgit. Commerce Asset wasn't suspended from trading and closed Wednesday at 16.10 ringgit, up 10 sen a share.
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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Harapan Barua parti baru?



 Harapan Barua adalah untuk menangkan PR dan menkam depan PAS setelah sekian lama menikam nelakang

Kini rakyat menfitnahkan Perdana Menteri dalam Facebook

Komen FB dari rakyat subang, Zul Subang:
Kaum Cina Rasict berani pijak kepala Melayu kerana apa ? Bukan kerana kita orang bawah yang takut pada mereka dan bukan kerana kita orang bawah yg bagi muka pad...a mereka. Punca utamanya adalah PM Najib kita yang bagi muka lebih lebih sangat pada mereka ! Satu pengalaman yang amat menyedihkan berlaku pada saya sebelum PRU yang lepas. Setpol PM turun Subang. Kali pertama turun dia umum RM500K. budget untuk 2 sekolah Cina iaitu satu di Kg. Baru Subang dan satu lagi di Kg. Baru Sungai Buloh. Selain daripada itu PM juga setuju luluskan RM1.5juta untuk baik pulih jalan di Kg. Baru Subang. Dua minggu selepas itu dijanjikan Setpol PM akan turun sekali lagi di Kg. Baru Subang. Kesempatan ini saya ambil bersama Tuan Hj. Lut Kasim Pengarah PDM. Peti Undi Subang Perdana untuk memanjangkan permohonan JK. Masjid Subang Perdana kepada Setpol PM bila dia hadir dua minggu lagi selepas lawatan pertama. Atas persetujuan Dato Bushro KB ketika itu kami sampaikan permohonan kami untuk membina Sekolah Agama di Kawasan Masjid Subang Perdana. Kami cuma memerlukan hanya RM300K. sahaja lagi. Permohonan awal telah dibuat secara bertulis pada PM semasa PM melawat Subang Perdana sebelum ini. Malangnya penyerahan surat permohonan yang kami serahkan kepada Setpol disambut dengan perasaan dan riak muka yang agak tawar dan dilihat beliau tidak selesa dengan penyerahan permohonan tersebut ! Ini yang menyebabkan kami teramat sedih ! Malah lebih sedih bila ketika itu beliau telah menaikkan kelulusan baik pulih jalan di Kg. Baru Subang dari RM1.5 juta kepada RM.2.5 juta ! Malah sehingga kini permohonan kami itu senyap tanpa khabar berita !
LIHATLAH ! SIAPA SEBENARNYA YANG BAGI MUKA PADA CINA SEBENARNYA ?
BAB BERGADUH BERTUMBUK MENUNTUT BELA DIKERAH ANAK MUDA KAMI BERSAMA !


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Rusuhan di Low Yatt adalah disebabkan tiada tindakan oleh KPDNKK dan pihak Kastam perihal produk underwater atau tiruan yang di lambakkan di sana.
Nak tunjukkan mereka berkerja, Yang kena peniaga Melayu yang rata-rata ambil produk dari Low Yatt. Peniaga Penipu Low Yatt terlepas,

Sunday, June 28, 2015

DAP: Angin PembaruaAn kini bermula


Ada DAP ada Anjing. Adakah kah ini sebahagian dari agenda [emBaruaAn  yang di laungkan oleh Siang.

Monday, June 22, 2015

APABILA KAFIR MEMINTA ULAMAK BERTAUBAT???

Apakah dunia semakin songsang?
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APABILA KAFIR MEMINTA ULAMAK BERTAUBAT???
Of all acts of man repentance is the most divine. The greatest of all faults is to be conscious of none.
Classic remorse, as all the moralists are agreed, is a most undesirable sentiment. If you have behaved badly, repent, make what amends you can and address yourself to the task of behaving better next time. On no account brood over your wrongdoing. ROLLING IN THE MUCK IS NOT THE BEST WAY OF GETTING CLEAN. Nga The Nincumpoop should k...now this better. The only vice which cannot be forgiven is hypocrisy. The repentance of a hypocrite is itself hypocrisy.
DAP looking down on Ulamak. DAP now even say it out loud. Why must Muslim accepted DAP? I do not understand. They even ask Ulama to repent. Nga just couldn't understand what is repentance all about in Islam. Unlike christianity, Nga who feel repentance through his Sunday confessions for what he did on Saturday and is going to do on Monday.
Nga not just the only one looking down on Ulamak and start questioning Islam as a religion and Muslim as the whole faith and believes. This is totally unacceptable. As usual, there will be a small number of 'Modern Muslim' licking DAP ass by accepting and supporting the statement that they not supposed to publish in this multi religion country.
When ulama start talking about Islam faith and believes DAP will never feel ease. Hudud, they against. Aurat they against too. Word Allah they want it too. What is all this about? Muslim brothers and sisters, just give a thought.
Islam guidelines are based on Al Quran and Sunnah and will still remains as it is until end of day and the judgement day. Quran stated everything perfectly that will suit in at all time. No such things as backwards, stone ages or jurasics law of the jungle.
Muslim has faith that none others have. So, this is the time all muslim be united. All the discrimination should be put to stop once and for all. Do not let the minorities insults Islam.
Dari: G'Mie Awakening.

Friday, May 15, 2015

Parti untuk orang khatan ditubuhkan sebagai kuasa ketiga.

Setelah bertahun2 terumbang ambing. Kadir Nagaworld lancar parti kuasa ketiga.

Adakah ini projek Cikgu Bard seorang politikus umbang ambing yang meramalkan kuasa ketiga akan menjadi penentu dalam PRU14. Sama2 lah kita nanti kan.

Jangkakan satu scenario politik yang berbeza bila parti2 kuasa ketiga ini menjadi tumpuan anak2 muda.

Pakatan Trisakti akan diistiharkan tidak lama
lagi.
Kelibat Presiden I-Khatan ini pernah di lihat semasa satu seminar amjuram Kelab UMNO Alumni UK luar Negara bulan lalu di KDE Ampang.
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SERI KEMBANGAN: Bekas menteri penerangan Tan Sri Abdul Kadir Sheikh Fadzir hari ini ‎melancarkan Parti Ikatan Bangsa Malaysia (Ikatan), yang didakwanya bukan pro-pembangkang atau kerajaan.
 
Berwajah baharu dengan lambang berwarna merah-putih, parti itu menggunakan simbol perdana menteri pertama, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra mengangkat tangan semasa melaungkan kemerdekaan, di tengah bulatan berwarna kuning, dan bertemakan "Bersatu Maju Adil Bahagia".
 
"Alhamdulillah selepas bertungkus lumus lebih 2 tahun dan dengan bantuan suatu perintah Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur, akhirnya Ikatan sudah pun didaftar," kata Kadir merangkap presiden Ikatan, dalam ucapan perasmian di Hotel Palace of The Golden Horses, Seri Kembangan, dengan kira-kira 300 hadirin.
 
Turut hadir beberapa tokoh politik dan pemerhati, termasuk Pengerusi Yayasan Kebajikan Sosial, Tan Sri Robert Phang dan bekas ketua pengarang Kumpulan New Straits Times Press, Datuk A ‎Kadir Jasin‎.‎
 
"Kita bukan pro-Barisan Nasional dan kita bukan pro-pembangkang, tetapi kita pro roh pemimpin mulia yang sudah, pro-rakyat dan pro-generasi akan datang.
 
"Kita juga bukan parti untuk pilihan raya akan datang," kata Kadir.
 
Bekas ahli Majlis Tertinggi Umno itu menubuhkan Ikatan pada Jun 2012, tetapi menunggu lebih 2 tahun mendapatkan kelulusan Pendaftar Pertubuhan (RoS).
 
Pada Februari 2013, Kadir mengheret RoS ke ‎Mahkamah Tinggi bagi mendapatkan perintah mengarahkannya meluluskan pendaftaran parti berbilang kaum itu. – 15 Mei, 2015.
 

Friday, May 8, 2015

#PermatangPauh: PRK menunjukkan ada penurunan dari segi pengaruh PKR

PRU 13
PKR - 37090
BN - 25369

PRK2015
PKR - 30316
BN-21475

Ratio:
PRU13 37090/25369 = 1.46
PRK2015 30316/21475 = 1.41

Kesimpulan: Ada penurunan dari segi pengaruh PKR

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Ketua Pemuda Orang Gila Terengganu: Siapa yang gila? Yang mengaku waras atau yang mengaku gila

Apakah gila itu hanya subjektif?

Dengarlah ucapan orang Terengganu ini yang dikatakan gila, namun hujahannya ada mendatangkan kebenaran. Itupun kalau pendengar berfikiran waras.
Hanya orang gila sahaja yang mengatakan dia gila atau sebaliknya?


Satu nama lagenda di Terengganu :)
Satu nama lagenda di Terengganu :)More : Sukan Star TVBy : Sukan Star .com @ sukanstar.com
Posted by Sukan Star TV on Thursday, 2 April 2015
 

Thursday, April 16, 2015

7 Dalil Kenapa saya kata pertelingkahan Najib dan Mahathir mungkin wayang?

1. Pelik namun cuba Tanya diri anda kalau ini semua hanya gembar gembur storm before the calm.
2, Siapa yang rugi dengan kehadiran BN dalam media, isu2 yang mulanya di bangkitkan oleh pembangkang?
3. Adakah ini semua reverse physolologi bila DSAI telah pun masuk dalam Sungai?
4. Pembangkang kini bercuti. Tidak datang ke Parlimen untuk undi Akta Pengganas yang baru diluluskan dan ada yang leka pergi bercuti di Australia seperti Lim Guan Eng
5. Kini bukan Mahfuz taking the limelight situasi Sirul.
6. Rafizi pun tak dengar2 dalam media panas.
7. Tup tup, Che det kata saya setuju dengan penerangan Najib. So macamana...?

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Lapuran CNN menyatakan kapalterbang tidak mustahil di hack dan hijack,

Just Reported by CNN. Tak percaya ke?

Lapuran susulan ada juga insiden pergaduhan besar antara co-pilot and pilot.

http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/14/politics/gao-newer-aircraft-vulnerable-to-hacking/index.html

Nampaknya ada kebenaran disebalik kehilangan MH370.

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Washington (CNN)Hundreds of planes flying commercially today could be vulnerable to having their onboard computers hacked and remotely taken over by someone using the plane's passenger wifi network, or even by someone on the ground, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office.
One of the authors of the report, Gerald Dillingham, told CNN the planes, include the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the the Airbus A350 and A380 aircraft and have advanced cockpits that are wired into the same wifi system used by passengers.
"Modern communications technologies, including IP connectivity, are increasingly used in aircraft systems, creating the possibility that unauthorized individuals might access and compromise aircraft avionics systems," according to the report, which is based on interviews with cybersecurity and aviation experts.
The government investigators who wrote the report say it is theoretically possible for someone with just a laptop to:
-Commandeer the aircraft
-Put a virus into flight control computers
-Jeopardize the safety of the flight by taking control of computers
    -Take over the warning systems or even navigation systems ​
    The report explains as the air traffic control system is upgraded to use Internet based technology on both the ground and in planes, avionics could be compromised . Older planes systems aren't highly Internet based so the risk for aircraft 20 years and older is less.​
    The GAO report does not draw a roadmap on how this could be done, but it does say someone would have to bypass the firewall that separates the wifi from the rest of the plane's electronics. GAO Investigators say they spoke with four cybersecurity experts about the firewall vulnerabilities, "and all four said that because firewalls are software components, they could be hacked like any other software and circumvented. "
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      Commercial pilot John Barton told CNN, "We've had hackers get into the Pentagon. so getting into an airplane computer system I would think is probably quite easy at this point."

    The report continues, "According to cybersecurity experts we interviewed, Internet connectivity in the cabin should be considered a direct link between the aircraft and the outside world, which includes potential malicious actors."
    "A virus or malware planted in websites visited by passengers could provide an opportunity for a malicious attacker to access the IP-connected onboard information system through their infected machines," according to the report.
    It says another way a hacker could get access to a plane's computers is through a physical connection and notes that whenever there is a physical linkage, like a USB plug in a passenger seat, if those wires are linked in any way to the airplane's avionics, that linkage creates a vulnerability. Experts told investigators, "If the cabin systems connect to the cockpit avionics systems and use the same networking platform, in this case IP, a user could subvert the firewall and access the cockpit avionics system from the cabin."
    Members of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, along with Senators on the Commerce Committee requested the report. Congressman Peter DeFazio, (D) Oregon, who is the ranking member of the House committee tells CNN, "This report exposed a real and serious threat - cyberattacks on an aircraft in flight." He says that the Federal Aviation Administration, "must focus on aircraft certification standards that would prevent a terrorist with a laptop in the cabin or on the ground from taking control of an airplane through the passenger Wi Fi system. That's a serious vulnerability. "
    The report concludes that the FAA needs to work on certification of aircraft avionics that will account for these vulnerabilities and remove them as possible threats to commercial aviation.
    A source briefed on the report tells CNN that cyber security experts say these vulnerabilities exist and these scenarios are possible. But it is unclear how far the GAO went to test any of these possible scenarios. In the report, the GAO does not say whether this is based on actual testing or just theoretical mockups.
    Captain Barton notes, "This is going to take a long time, vetted by the best experts in the world and safety people to make this technology secure and safe."
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      In a letter to the GAO, Keith Washington, Acting Assistant Secretary for Administration with the FAA said in part, the agency "recognizes that cyber-based threats to federal information systems are becoming a more significant risk and are rapidly evolving and increasingly difficult to detect and defend against. We take this risk very seriously." Washington went on to say "It is also important to note that the FAA had already initiated a comprehensive program to improve the cybersecurity defenses of the NAS (National Airspace System) infrastructure, as well as other FAA mission-critical systems. We are significantly increasing our collaboration and coordination with cyber intelligence and security organizations across the federal government and in the private sector."
      "The Dreamliner and the A350 were actually designed to have the technology in it going forward to be able to have remote control intervention between the pilot and the ground or if an emergency were to happen in the air, " Barton said. But he quickly added, "It's going to take a long time before we get to the point where that technology is safe and secure."
      Boeing did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but Airbus released a statement, which read: "Airbus, in partnership with our suppliers, constantly assesses and revisits the system architecture of our products, with an eye to establishing and maintaining the highest standards of safety and security. Beyond that, we don't discuss design details or safeguards publicly, as such discussion might be counterproductive to security."

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