Tuesday, 25 September 2012


2013: Pembangkang Pening, Tiada Alasan Tukar Kerajaan



Tahniah dan syabas kepada kerajaan pimpinan oleh Datuk Seri Najib kerana bakal mengumumkan bajet yang akan mengekalkan pendekatan mesra rakyat dan mesra pembangunan. Rata-rata rakyat Malaysia termasuklah pencacai PR mengakui akan kebajikan yang telah dibuat oleh kerajaan. 

Cuma pencacai PR segan nak mengaku, hanya berterima kasih di dalam hati. Lebih-lebih lagi bajet 2013 akan dibentangkan pada hari Jumaat ini. Resah dibuatnya puak-puak PR. Apatah lagi dari sumber yang dipercayai PM akan umumkan yang BR1M pusingan kedua akan diberikan. Serba salah para penyokong PR, nak terima bantuan, dah puas memaki hamun, kalau tak diambil duit tu!.


Sebagaimana bajet yang lepas-lepas, kakitangan awam akan sentiasa mendapat perhatian kerajaan. Presiden Ceupacs telah memohon agar dipertimbangkan 2 bulan bonus untuk 1.4 juta kakitangannya, paling tidak pun sebulan bonus. Ceupacs percaya transformasi yang dilakukan oleh PM cukup berkesan dan berjaya menaikkan kecekapan serta tanggungjawab jabatan kerajaan.

Melatah lagi puak-puak PR yang ada dalam perkhidmatan awam. Mereka ini tak ubah seperti gunting dalam lipatan. Imbuhan diambil, kutukan diteruskan. Mereka boleh diibaratkan seperti menghina bapa sendiri tapi dalam masa yang sama meminta duit  belanja. Mereka adalah kakitangan yang derhaka.



TR1M pusingan kedua juga bakal dibuat. Nampak gayanya tak sempat pun tayar mereka botak, kerajaan bagi lagi bantuan tayar baru. 

Walaupun ada kes dimana pemandu teksi yang tak pernah bersyukur dengan menjual vaucer bantuan untuk mendapatkan duit tunai, kerajaan melihatnya sebagai kes terpencil. Kerajaan percaya masih ramai lagi pemandu teksi di luar sana yang tahu cara bersyukur.



Begitu juga dengan isu rumah mampu milik yang mendapat perhatian serius Perdana Menteri. Kerajaan akan mengambil langkah yang proaktif dalam memastikan terutamanya bagi mereka yang baru pertama kali ingin memiliki rumah tercapai. Ianya melibatkan kerjasama pihak-pihak seperti Persatuan Pemaju Hartanah dan Perumahan Malaysia (Rehda), persatuan pembeli rumah, persatuan arkitek dan profesional yang lain.

Kalau nak disenaraikan kesemuanya tentang penambahbaikkan dalam bajet 2013 memang banyak. Apa yang penting ianya menjurus ke arah kebajikan rakyat dan pembangunan berterusan yang mana akhirnya juga dikembalikan kepada rakyat. Dan yang lebih penting lagi ialah menepati setiap janji yang diberi.

Pembangkang tentunya akan bertambah pening kerana kerajaan mampu menunaikan setiap janji, berbanding dengan mereka yang saban hari kerjanya hanya melalak menabur janji dan fitnah, tapi satu haram pun tak tertunai. Jika tertunai pun seperti melepaskan batuk ditangga.

Monday, 24 September 2012

PRO-ISRAEL GROUPS SUPPORT MALAYSIAN OPPOSITION


Written by Admin





By : NILE BOWIE

AS MALAYSIA approaches its highly anticipated 13th General Elections set to take place at some point before late June 2013, a tense political climate and a sense of unpredictability looms over the nation. The significance of these upcoming elections cannot be understated.

During Malaysia’s 2008 General Elections, the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition, which held power continuously since the nation’s independence, experienced its worst result in decades, while the opposition Pakatan Rakyat coalition won 82 parliamentary seats.
For the first time, the ruling party was deprived of its two-thirds parliamentary majority, which is required to pass amendments to Malaysia’s Federal Constitution. As the United States continues to militarily increase its presence in the Pacific region inline with its strategic policy shift to East Asia, Washington’s leaders would like to see compliant heads of state who will act to further American interests in the ASEAN region.

The outcome of the approaching elections could have significant ramifications for Malaysia’s foreign policy, economy, and trade relations. While allegations of corruption and economic mismanagement hinder the credibility of ruling Prime Minister Najib Razak, foreign organizations affiliated with the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and funded by the United States government, have contributed support toward bolstering the influence and status of the Malaysia’s opposition groups, in addition to the controversial Bersih coalition for electoral reform, led by Ambiga Sreenevasan.

Opponents of this information may dismiss these claims as the “propaganda” of Barisan Nasional, however the validity of these accusations have been highly documented, and constitute an attempt by foreign governments to undermine Malaysia’s independent political process.

On June 27th, 2011, Bersih coalition leader Ambiga Sreenevasan conceded that her organization received financial assistance from two private American organizations:


Ambiga admitted to Bersih receiving some money from two US organisations — the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and Open Society Institute (OSI) — for other projects, which she stressed were unrelated to the July 9 march. [1]

However innocuous such contributions may seem, a more critical review of these organizations and their affiliations is necessary. Hungarian-American philanthropist and financier George Soros founded the Open Society Institute in 1993, whose principle aim sought to “strengthen open society principles and practices against authoritarian regimes and the negative consequences of globalization,” with an emphasis on countries in transition from communism after the fall of the Soviet Union.

[2] Although OSI has emphasized its commitment to "human rights" and "transparency" by heavily sponsoring organizations such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, Soros was convicted of insider trading in 2002 regarding French bank Société Générale and was ironically denied an appeal by the "European Court of Human Rights."

[3][4][5] Although Soros has appeared to be publicly critical of capitalism, he has disingenuously profited from predatory trading in many instances, most prominently in 1992 when he earned an estimated $1.1 billion by short selling sterling while the British government was reluctant to adjust its interest rates prior to devaluing the pound.



Former US Secretary of State Madeline Albright chairs the National Democratic Institute, an organization that supplies electoral observers and promotes governance reform, widely seen as an attempt to foster foreign political systems compatible with American interests by assisting civil society groups in mounting pressure on national governments.

NDI President Kenneth Wollack served as the legislative director of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, widely considered to be Israel’s most prominent lobbyist organization, one that influences American legislation to exert aggressive Israeli policy and viewpoints.

[6] The National Democratic Institute is one of four organizations funded by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), in addition to the International Republican Institute (IRI), the Chamber of Commerce's Center for Private Enterprise (CIPE) and the American Center for International Labor Solidarity.

Alan Weinstein, one of the founders of the National Endowment for Democracy was notably quoted in 1991 as saying, “A lot of what we (NED) do was done 25 years ago covertly by the CIA.”




[7] The National Endowment for Democracy receives its funding entirely through an annual allocation of funds from the United States Congress within the budget of the development assistance agency USAID, a branch of the US State Department. [8] Although the NED receives public funding from the US taxpayer, the activities of its four satellite institutes are not reported to Congress, making funding trails and their final recipients difficult to identify.

Although the organization boasts of “promoting democracy” and “fortifying civil society” around the world, history had proven that these tired euphemisms have been used in numerous countries to mask funding to various political forces opposed to their national governments and aligned with American interests. American historian and former employee of the US State Department William Blum writes:


NED's Statement of Principles and Objectives, adopted in 1984, asserts that "No Endowment funds may be used to finance the campaigns of candidates for public office." But the ways to circumvent the spirit of such a prohibition are not difficult to come up with; as with American elections, there's "hard money" and there's "soft money". As described in the "Elections" and "Interventions" chapters, NED successfully manipulated elections in Nicaragua in 1990 and Mongolia in 1996; helped to overthrow democratically elected governments in Bulgaria in 1990 and Albania in 1991 and 1992; and worked to defeat the candidate for prime minister of Slovakia in 2002 who was out of favor in Washington.

And from 1999 to 2004, NED heavily funded members of the opposition to President Hugo Chavez in Venezuela to subvert his rule and to support a referendum to unseat him. [9]

NED President Carl Gershman was formerly a member of the Governing Council of the American Jewish Congress and Vice-Chairman of the Young People's Socialist League, and in 1968, he was employed in the research department of the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, considered the most prominent Jewish service organization in the world, committed to the security and continuity the State of Israel.

[10] The Anti-Defamation League is a US-based human rights group committed to the “security of Israel and Jews worldwide," and was implicated in 1993 by the District of Attorney of San Francisco for overseeing a vast surveillance operation monitoring American citizens who were opposed to Israel’s policies in the occupied West Bank and Gaza, prior to passing their personal information to the Israeli government in Tel Aviv. [11]

In addition to providing funding to the Bersih coalition through the National Democratic Institute, the National Endowment for Democracy’s Malaysian operation provides $100,000 (RM 317,260) for political news website Malaysiakini, considered to be the nation’s most pro-opposition news outlet.
[12] Premesh Chandran, Malaysiakini CEO, is a grantee of George Soros’ Open Society Foundations and launched the news organization with a $100,000 grant from the Bangkok-based Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA), a recipient of funds from the Open Society Institute, the NED, and Freedom House, an organization reliant on US federal government grants for a significant percentage of its funding. 
[13][14] NED also provides $90,000 (RM 285,516) to SUARAM, an organization promoting human rights. [15]

The most significant recipient of NED’s Malaysia programs is the International Republican Institute (IRI), who annually receives $802,122 (RM 2,544,670) and is tasked to “work with state leaders in Penang and Selangor to provide them with public opinion research, training and other resources to enable them to be more effective representatives of their constituents.” [16] IRI’s mention of these specific regions is unsurprising, as Penang is held by the Malaysian Democratic Action Party, while Selangor is held by Parti Keadilan Rakyat, two of the three organizations comprising the opposition coalition Pakatan Rakyat, led by Anwar Ibrahim.

US Senator John McCain, an ardent supporter of American militarism who boasts of being “proudly pro-American and proudly pro-Israel”, chairs the International Republican Institute, whose mission statement in Malaysia reads:

Since Malaysia’s independence in 1957, the country has experienced a series of national elections, but never a change in national government. The ruling coalition, known as Barisan Nasional (BN) since 1973, has held power continuously during Malaysia’s post-independence era.

In the 2008 general elections, for the first time, the BN lost its two-thirds majority in parliament and control of five state assemblies to the opposition coalition, Pakatan Rakyat (PR).






Subsequently, in April 2011 in Sarawak (the only state holding assembly elections before national elections occur) the BN retained control of the state assembly but suffered a reduction in its majority. It is in this context that IRI provides technical assistance, training, and consultation to political parties to build knowledge and impart skills that enable both ruling and opposition Malaysian political leaders to more effectively address citizen concerns.

IRI’s current work in this area started in 2009 when the Institute began a groundbreaking series of training sessions designed to assist political parties in developing the in-house capacity to conduct and analyze focus group discussions. These sessions were followed by workshops which allowed focus group moderators to present their findings to their colleagues and craft messages that were used to recruit new political party members and retain existing ones. [17]

It comes as little surprise that opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim talks boldly of a “Malaysian Spring,” as the same organizations bolstering the opposition in Kuala Lumpur have successfully fomented events that led to the series of uprisings across the Arab World in 2011. Such organizations rely on the passive impressionability of their followers, while enflaming the legitimate grievances of the subject population to pressure a change in government.


This is accomplished by the formation and propagation of dissident news media organizations, and by leveraging police misconduct and human rights abuses to discredit targeted governments in the eyes of the international community. Such agitation is not intended to promote a genuine democratic framework; its purpose is the gradual installation of national governments friendly to American interests by coaxing popular uprising and social unrest.

In an April 2011 article published by the New York Times titled, "U.S. Groups Helped Nurture Arab Uprisings," it was stated:

A number of the groups and individuals directly involved in the revolts and reforms sweeping the region, including the April 6 Youth Movement in Egypt, the Bahrain Center for Human Rights and grass-roots activists like Entsar Qadhi, a youth leader in Yemen, received training and financing from groups like the International Republican Institute, the National Democratic Institute and Freedom House, a nonprofit human rights organization based in Washington.

The Republican and Democratic institutes are loosely affiliated with the Republican and Democratic Parties. They were created by Congress and are financed through the National Endowment for Democracy, which was set up in 1983 to channel grants for promoting democracy in developing nations.

The National Endowment receives about $100 million annually from Congress. Freedom House also gets the bulk of its money from the American government, mainly from the State Department. [18]

In the Egyptian context, these organizations have experienced “blowback” from their activities training and funding dissidents, and fomenting Egypt’s popular revolution. In a December 2011 article published by the Los Angeles Times, it was said:

Egyptian security forces on Thursday raided the offices of 17 nongovernmental organizations, including three U.S.-based agencies, as part of a crackdown on foreign assistance that has drawn criticism from the West and threatened human rights groups and pro-democracy movements.

The move appeared to be part of a strategy to intimidate international organizations. The ruling military council has repeatedly blamed "foreign hands" for exploiting Egypt's political and economic turmoil. But activists said the army was using the ruse of foreign intervention to stoke nationalism and deflect criticism of abuses. Egyptian soldiers and black-clad police officers swept into offices, interrogated workers and seized computers across the country.

Those targeted included U.S. groups the National Democratic Institute, the International Republican Institute and Freedom House, which are funded by Congress to monitor elections and promote democracy overseas. [19]

While the Los Angeles Times frames its report to insinuate that Egypt’s security forces have intrusively aimed to “intimidate” international human rights groups, one must examine the case of Egypt’s newly drafted constitution.

After the overthrow of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, democracy advocates called for the constitution to be rewritten from scratch. Reuters published reports citing a pro-opposition judiciary official, who said Egypt’s new constitution would be drafted by civil society groups, namely, the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, a recipient of funds directly from George Soros' Open Society Institute and the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights, financed by the National Endowment for Democracy.


[20][21][22] Undoubtedly, the conduct of foreign nations and their relationship with opposition organizations and civil society groups is incompatible within any authentic democratic framework.

In the Malaysian context, opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim maintains close ties with senior US officials and organizations such as the National Endowment for Democracy.

In July 2006, Ibrahim chaired the Washington-based Foundation for the Future, established and funded by the US Department of State at the behest of Elizabeth Cheney, the daughter of then-Vice President Dick Cheney, who was recently convicted in absentia for war crimes for his issuance of torture during the Iraq war by Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission, chaired by former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed.

[23] In 2007, Ibrahim was a panelist at the National Endowment for Democracy's "Democracy Award" event held in Washington. [24] These questionable affiliations raise strong concerns over the legitimacy of the candidate and the administration he would lead if winning the 13th General Election.

It would be advisable for Malaysia to follow the example of Russia; President Vladimir Putin recently approved a new law that tightens controls on civil rights groups receiving funded from abroad, forcing non-governmental organizations (NGOs) engaging in "political activity" to register with the Russian Justice Ministry as "foreign agents," requiring such organizations to file a report to officials every quarter.





[25] While such a law would inevitably be criticized as a suppression of dissent, it must be understood that such legislation would not hamper legitimate activism. Malaysia, like Russia, must take the initiative to address the legitimate grievances of activists by bolstering its own indigenous institutions and civil society organizations. Foreign organizations with questionable affiliations attempting to tip the balance of power in their favor is the very antithesis of an authentic democracy. A quote from a recent Op-Ed penned by Russian journalist Veronika Krasheninnikova sends a strong message to the people of Malaysia:

Building a patriotic civil society cannot be outsourced. Democratic processes and national security cannot be outsourced – all the more so to openly hostile governments. [26]

(Nile Bowie is a Kuala Lumpur-based American writer and photographer for the Centre for Research on Globalization in Montreal, Canada. He explores issues of terrorism, economics and geopolitics.)

Foot Notes:

[1] Bersih repudiates foreign Christian funding claim, The Malaysian Insider, July 27, 2011
[2] A Global Alliance for Open Society, Soros Foundation Network, 2001
[3] Report and financial statements for the year ended 31 March 2010, Amnesty International, March 31, 2010 (Page 10)
[4] Partners, Human Rights Watch, 2012
[5] Soros Loses Case Against French Insider-Trading Conviction, Bloomberg, October 6, 2011
[6] Kenneth Wollack, National Democratic Institute, 2011
[7] Democracy promotion: America’s new regime change formula, Russia Today, November 23, 2010
[8] History, National Endowment for Democracy, 2011
[9] Trojan Horse: The National Endowment for Democracy, The International Endowment for Democracy, 2003
[10] Who is Who, Annual Conference on World Affairs, 1971
[11] The ADL Spying Case Is Over, But The Struggle Continues, Counterpunch, February 25, 2002
[12] Malaysiakini Blog: Donors, 2011
[13] Southeast Asian Press Alliance, Southeast Asian Press Alliance, 2010
[14] 2007 Annual Report, Freedom House, 2007
[15] Malaysia | National Endowment for Democracy, National Endowment for Democracy, 2011
[16] Ibid
[17] Malaysia, International Republican Institute, 2011
[18] U.S. Groups Helped Nurture Arab Uprisings, The New York Times, April 14, 2011
[19] Egypt raids foreign organizations' offices in crackdown, The Los Angeles Times, December 29, 2011
[20] Rewrite Egypt constitution from scratch, say critics, Reuters, February 16, 2011
[21] Acknowledgements, Arabic Network For Human Rights Information, 2004
[22] Egypt | National Endowment For Democracy, National Endowment For Democracy, 2005
[23] Foundation for the Future Holds its First Board Meeting in Doha, Qatar, Foundation for the Future, July 15, 2006
[24] 2007 Democracy Award, National Endowment for Democracy, 2007
[25] Russia's Putin signs NGO "foreign agents" law, The Star, July 21, 2012
[26] West's battle for Russian ‘hearts and minds’: NGOs on steroids, Russia Today, July 13, 2012

Gilaaa laaa,belum jadi PM sudah ada Jet, abisss duit rakyat Selangor.

Dana asing belikan Anwar jet peribadi?

Sudahlah Anwar ke sana ke sini dengan bas mewah, kini pembangkang ke sana ke mari dalam jet peribadi yang hanya mampu diguna oleh orang perniaga korporat. Ikuti laporan Utusan Malaysia berikut:

Anwar Ibrahim kelihatan ketawa ketika berbual-bual dengan Tan Seng Giaw di dalam jet eksekutif. 
KUALA LUMPUR 23 Sept. - Penasihat Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim dilaporkan menaiki jet eksekutif bersama-sama beberapa pemimpin pembangkang lain dari Terminal SkyPark Subang untuk ke Labuan, Sabah pada 15 September lalu. 
Menurut pendedahan blog yang memetik kenyataan akaun Twitter Naib Presiden PKR, Tian Chua beberapa hari lalu, jet eksekutif itu dinaiki Anwar bersama-sama para pemimpin pembangkang lain ke Labuan dan Kota Kinabalu, dipercayai bagi menyambut perayaan Hari Malaysia. 
Antaranya, blog http://mediawangsamaju.blogspot.com menerusi gambar daripada akaun Twitter Tian Chua memaparkan Anwar yang memakai kaca mata hitam kelihatan gembira sambil berbual dengan para pemimpin pembangkang lain di atas jet mewah tersebut....

Baca seterusnya di Utusan Malaysia sini

Dalam Kedahan69ers, mereka tidak ada segan silu bertwitter:



Jet ini kepunyaan orang niaga korporat atau ahli politik pembangkang? Ahli politik BN pun tidak naik jet peribadi.

Kami rasa iayanya kepunyaan Tan Sri Ibrahim Menudin. 

Kenapa Anwar tidak korek bagaimana Ibrahim kumpulkan harta sedangkan dia hanya bekas Setiausaha Politik Dato Harris Salleh  dan makan gaji sebagai CEO MMC?

Atau dia tak mahukah korek hubungan Ibrahim dengan Majid Khan yang pernah terlibat dalam Oil for Food? 

Memang SAH PANCACAI PAKATAN HARAM JADAH suka MeMfitnah, tapi sayangnya mereka buat fitnah paling Buduuuh.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2012

GEMPAR BERAPI! BETUL KE ROSMAH SORANG JE DIJEMPUT KE PERKAHWINAN ANAK SULTAN BRUNEI?

Berbuih mulut penulis pakatan haram jadah bila menulis memfitnah PM dan isteri..umpama seekor anjing..letih berlari lidah terjelir..letih kekenyangan gonggong tulang busuk terjelir lidah..nak bersenggama..hehe bahasa sopan sikit pun anjing akan terjelir..pendekata..perangai anjing terjelir lidah dah meresapi jiwa sang penulis upahan pakatan haram jadah setiap kali mereka ini mengutuk PM dan isteri..tambahan pula kalau depa dapat burukkan DS Rosmah..semua penulis anjing ini seolah sepakat..

One Command Centre arah maka depa bakal terjelir d iringi lelehan air liur hapak keluar dan berlumba..siapa yang hebat fitnah maka dialah yang bakal dapat tulang lebih !!

Kini..setelah sekian lama dah lapuk dek hujan fitnah..anjing pakatan haramjadah mula menggunakan foto DS Rosmah ke majlis perkahwinan anak Sultan Brunei..kononnya DS Rosmah ke sana "Wakil Malaysia" dan PM..malah hanya beliau sorang sahaja yang pergi..perghHH hebat anjing-anjing pakatan haramjadah buat cerita.

Mereka semua cuba tutup cerita yang DS Rosmah tiba awal bersama Ragad Waleed Alkurdi, isteri kepada Ketua Menteri Sarawak. Pm menyusul d hari rasmi..takkan aakj nak tulis jadual padat seorang PM d sini..sama macam kitalah..kalau kita sibuk maka kita minta isteri kita pergi awal d kenduri tu dan jumpa d sana...bingai betul laa !!

Bila foto d atas keluar..semua anjing menikus tanam kepala dalam mangkok jamban...tak berani angkat muka..bimbang aakj ludah atas muka muahahah puihHHH !!

Aakj kekadang makin heran tahap penulis bertaraf anjing kurap peliharaan pakatan haramjadah...tulislah sesuatu yang manafaat..contohnya..nik aziz makin layu..makin uzur..makin nyanyok ke..masih nak jadi MB..tulis bab anwar yang makin teruk moralnya...hahah makin mewah..woohh ada jet mahal tuu...makin tak ubah perangai dengan "jantan muda"..hahaha ye ke nuar..aakj dengar ada yang baru ni..siap bervideo yang ada suara mengerang berahi antara kamu dan anak muda ni hahaha opsss ye ke..aakj tanya je ni..

Tulis yang boleh banggakan Agama..bangsa dan negara...


foto d atas d jadikan modal anjing lidah terjelir pakatan haramjadah....
Sumber: Blog AAKJ

House PK: Adeh, naik sengal dah aku dengan pencacai Pakatan bangsat ni, tak habis-habis nak buat fitnah!

Saturday, 22 September 2012

Boikot Malaysiakini,... Halau KAF, NED, ... Tutup SUARAM, BERSIH, IDEAS, ...


Semalam blog Rocky sini mendedahkan posting seorang bekas Editor Malaysiakini yang dibuat setahun lalu. Ianya berbunyi:

I was then News Editor, and hence privy to information raised at Mkini's meetings, and I had learned that indeed Mkini had received an initial 10percent down payment of RM188,000 for a 10percent interest in Mkini. At a weekend meeting I told the top two guns--Steven Gan and Premesh Chandran-- they had better come clean by telling the "full story" and not half-truths. I saidf how the investment money came through from George Soros -- direct or indirect -- was not important. The truth was indeed that RM188,000 came as initial investment from MDLF, a Soros unit. 

I told them since Mkini flagged itself as promoting transparency and openness, it was not right to hide the fact. I said I had no problem with funding from Soros into the news portal -- as long as we practised ethical journalism. Since the top two guns did not agree with me -- in fact Steven Gan said it would be the death of Malaysiakini if they admitted to receiving this Soros funding! -- I was given Hobson's choice but told them I would hand in my resignation the following Monday (two days later) 


Dah jelas begini maka wajib kita mintak kerajaan dan UMNO boikot Malaysiakini dari semua sidang akhbar dan acara kerajaan dan parti.

Selain itu, Kementeriaan harus tarik balik pas wartawan Malaysiakini dan akhbar online yang tuanpunya dan dana operasi tidak jelas asal usul.


Sekarang jelas juga bahawa tindak tanduk NGO-NGO yang konon perjuangkan demokrasi, pilihanraya Bersih, menentang korupsi dan lain-lain adalah modus operandi CIA untuk jatuhkan kerajaan.

Kerajaan Rusia, UAE, Mesir dan pasti ada lain-lain pihak sudah menghalau pihak-pihak seperti KAF, NDI, NED, IRI, OSO dan lain-lain keluar dari negara mereka. Baca di sini


Kita mesti tuntut kerajaan tutup dan halau puak-puak ini dan tutup serta juga kumpulan-kumpulan tempatan seperti Bar Council, SUARAM, Bersih, NGO-NGO kiri yangdapat wangd ari luar, IDEAS, dan lain-lain.

Bila Melayu bersatu tunjuk marah, babi-babi bertambah rasis

Bila Melayu bersatu tunjuk marah, babi-babi bertambah rasis


Apabila UMNO dan PAS bersama-sama tunjuk perasaan membantah video You Tube dan karikutur akhbar Perancis yang menghina Nabi Muhammad S.A.W., ada babi-babi yang berkemungkinan adalah babi DAP yang resah dan gelisah.

Mereka gelisah melihat Melayu bersatu hati dan sepakat yang memungkinkan lebih banyak persepakatan sesama Melayu akan berlaku sebagaimana Cina dalam DAP dan luar DAP begitu bersepakat dan senada dalam memainkan isu berhubung kepentingan mereka.


Muncul komen-komen rasis di Facebook yang mengulang kata-kata Ngeh Koo Ham dan meluahkan pandangan rasis terhadap kaum Melayu dan penganut ugama Islam. BAca Facebook di atas. Mereka menganggap perhimpunan ini menyusahkan mereka kerana sesak jalanraya. Habis tu kenapa tak fikir masa ikut sama-sama dalam demonstrasi Bersih. Fikiran kaum Cina sudah tidak rasional dan dipenuhi dengan kebencian dari sikap cauvanis mereka.

Friday, 21 September 2012

PKR KANTOIIII MENIPU.


SPR dedah penipuan audit daftar pemilih PKR Selangor, Saifuddin Nasution kantoi...


spr-pc513Agak-agaknya apa alasan yang hendak diberikan Setiausaha Agung PKR Saifuddin Nasution Ismail selepas 'pendedahannya' tentang Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) kantoi terang-terangan.
Pengerusi SPR Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof dalam sidang media di pejabatnya di Putrajaya pagi Jumaat berkata wujud unsur penipuan yang berlaku dalam audit daftar pemilih yang dilakukan oleh PKR di negeri Selangor.
Abdul Aziz berkata beliau amat kecewa dengan tindakan Saifuddin menggunakan sekeping gambar dan alamat surat-menyurat sebuah pondok di Gombak untuk menyokong dakwaannya mengenai 13 pengundi meragukan yang berdaftar menggunakan alamat tersebut.
Penipuan tersebut dikesan oleh SPR selepas Abdul Aziz dan Saifuddin dijemput dalam sebuah program radio Bernama baru-baru ini.
“Dalam program tersebut Saifuddin menunjukkan kepada wartawan gambar sebuah pondok yang dikatakan terdapat 18 orang pengundi berdaftar di Kampung Sungai Pusu, Gombak.
“Saya minta dia tunjukkan gambar tersebut, gambar tersebut kami ambil untuk buat kajian.
“Saya mengarahkan beberapa pegawai saya untuk memeriksa kawasan tersebut dan sebenarnya kawasan itu luas dan dikelilingi rumah apabila SPR turun dilapangan, rupa-rupanya, pondok itu adalah tempat letak motosikal dan sebenarnya terdapat 32 buah keluarga tinggal kampung tersebut, gambar tersebut sebenarnya di crop.
“Ini salah satu bukti penipuan dalam audit yang dilakukan oleh PKR,” kata Abdul Aziz.
"Pondok itu hanya digunakan oleh penduduk di kawasan itu untuk meletakkan motosikal dan terdapat kedai kopi di sana yang menggunakan alamat surat-menyurat itu.
"Peti surat disitu digunakan sebagai address point para penduduk kawasan itu...,"
"Rumah-rumah tersebut terletak di bukit sekitarnya dan dilindungi pokok. Sebab mengapa mereka menggunakan alamat sama adalah kerana ia terletak di atas tanah rata dan memudahkan posmen untuk menghantar surat.
"Ini tidak unik...terdapat banyak kes di mana orang ramai menggunakan alamat sama atas sebab-sebab serupa. Ia tidak bermaksud pengundi-pengundi ini tinggal di pondok tersebut," katanya.
Menurut beliau lagi, SPR rasa seperti diperbodohkan pembangkang.
“Sebab itu apabila terdapat kekeliruan atau tidak jelas tentang sesuatu perkara, datang berjumpa SPR.
“Jangan terus dedah kepada media kerana ini akan mengelirukan orang ramai,” kata pengerusi SPR itu lagi.
Abdul Aziz turut menunjukkan gambar-gambar hasil  penyiasatan yang dilakukan oleh pasukan penyiasat SPR Selangor ke Kampung Sungai Pusu yang menunjukkan 32 keluarga yang menetap di kampung tersebut menggunakan satu alamat yang terletak di pondok tersebut.
Mengulas hasrat beberapa negeri yang ditadbir pakatan pembangkang mahu mengadakan pilihan raya secara berasingan kerana Daftar Pemilih meragukan, Abdul Aziz berkata, berdasarkan undang-undang mereka boleh berbuat demikian.
Namun katanya, dakwaan bahawa Daftar Pemilih meragukan adalah suatu yang tuduhan yang serius memandangkan SPR memberi ruang dan peluang kepada pemilih untuk melakukan semakan dan bantahan serta pembetulan.
Sejak 2008 hingga suku kedua 2012, SPR membersihkan 480,229 nama daripada Daftar Pemilih dengan jumlah tertinggi dicatat di Perak, Johor, Selangor, Kedah dan Kelantan.
Di Selangor, pembersihan mengikut kategori pemotongan ialah 41,645 (kematian); 704 (bersara tentera); 462 (bersara polis); 587 (hilang layak mengundi); 1,286 (hilang layak pengundi awam); 929 (masuk polis); 690 (masuk tentera); 1,094 (lucut warganegara); 96 (pulang dari luar negara); 211 (pergi ke luar negara); 416 (sabitan mahkamah); sembilan (pendaftaran berganda) dan 370 silap pendataan.
Bagi pendaftaran baharu dan pertukaran alamat bagi tempoh 2008 hingga Daftar Pemilih Suku Tahun kedua 2012 pula Selangor mencatatkan jumlah tertinggi iaitu 615,281 disusuli Johor (449,209), Perak (384,291), Sarawak (275,127) dan Sabah (271,131).
Jumlah pemilih berdaftar sehingga Ogos lalu adalah seramai 13,052,374 orang di mana 12,778,127 orang adalah pengundi biasa dan 274,247 orang adalah pengundi tidak hadir yang terdiri daripada tentera, polis dan pengundi luar negara.-21/9/2012

Selepas Bas, Jet Peribadi Pula


Selepas Bas, Jet Peribadi Pula

AIDCNews – 21/09/12 – Facebooker ANTI-Semua-Salah-UMNO-ASSU menyiarkan foto-foto koleksi pemimpin PKR  termasuk ketua umumnya, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim dalam sebuah jet peribadi yang didakwa dipetik dari facebook Naib Presiden PKR, Tian Chua.
“Jika sebelum ini mereka bermewah-mewah dengan bas RM500K, kini beralih rasa kepada jet peribadi pula! Dan lebih parah, ini semua berlaku ketika mana mereka hanya menguasai beberapa negeri sahaja!
“Apakah kepentingan pembelian jet mewah peribadi ini kepada rakyat di bawah pentadbiran PR?!!
“Perkara ini didedahkan sendiri oleh Tian Chua secara tidak sengaja melalui ruang sosial,” dakwa facebooker itu.
Facebooker itu juga turut mencabar Anwar menafikan penyiaran foto-foto tersebut.
“Bayangkanlah, kalau Penasihat Ekonomi Negeri yang bergaji RM 1 pun boleh melodehkan wang rakyat ke tahap ini, cuba fikir-fikirkan apa pula yang MB dan barisan exco-exconya boleh buat ke atas kekayaan Negeri…
“Beranikah Anwar Ibrahim mengeluarkan kenyataan rasmi menolak gambar-gambar yang disebarkan sendiri oleh ahli Parlimen Batu, Tian Chua,” cabarnya.