Friday, February 24, 2012

This is leadership by example

This is leadership by example.
Have you ever seen CSL or KSK eating with the rakyat in this manner?

 
 

Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang, Saudara Lim Guan Eng sedang makan nasi bungkus, menu yang sama juga telah disediakan untuk semua delegasi.. makan disamping delegasi, tanpa meja VIP...

Err.. Najib atau Muhyiddin korang pernah tengok makan macam ni? sepatutnya semua pemimpin wajib bersikap begini. baru lah boleh dikatakan wakil rakyat....berkhidmat untuk rakyat. bukannya rakyat yang menjadi hamba kepada mereka. bukannya bila mereka datang untuk bertemu dengan kita..rakyat bawahan terpaksa membelanjakan jutaan ringgit untuk tujuan mendirikan khemah-khemah berhawa dingin, dibentangkan karpet merah, menyediakan jamuan yang enak-enak yang hanya dilihat oleh rakyat bawahan. mereka datang dengan kereta besar, minyak diisi oleh kerajaan(duit kita rakyat) duduk hotel beribu bintang. kita sebagai rakyat apa yang dapat. dituduhnya kita pengkhianat....kerana apa...kerana membongkarkan penyelewengan yang berlaku didalam felda.

kenapa kita rakyat yang mesti takut dan tunduk pada pemimpin. kenapa kita rakyat mesti patuh pada pemimpin. jawapannya ialah kerana pemimpin itu telah melaksanakan amanat yang rakyat berikan pada mereka. kerana pemimpin itu telah melaksanakan perintah yang telah diturunkan oleh allah dan rasul. meletakan ugama allah pada tempat yang sepatutnya.mengurus negara dengan adil, bersih,telus dan amanah.kita wajib patuh pada pemimpin yang begini. tapi bukan menjadi hamba kepada mereka.kita wajib patuh selagi mereka juga patuh pada perintah allah.tetapi jika sah mereka melanggar dan ingkar pada perintah allah dengan melakukan penindasan,penyelewengan,kezaliman..... yang terang-terang didepan mata hanya pandai membuat kekayaan, bermulut manis, dan menunjukkan kekayaannya ....batang hidung hanya kelihatan di musim-musim pilihanraya sahaja. maka wajib kita tentang mereka dan menjatuhkan mereka.

LGE makan dalam satu majlis dengan pingan tanpa beralas meja

kalau dulu pemimpin-pemimpin Bn kerap kali melaungkan kata-kata bahawa jika negara ini jatuh kepada pembangkang, maka negara akan huru-hara.ingat tak kita kalau dulu bila nak pilihanraya umum maka orang-orang kampung akan membeli keperluan seperti beras,garam dan gula dengan kuantiti yang banyak. takut kalau pembangkang menang akan jadi huru hara. tapi kini terbukti memang BN kaki penipu.....kelantan 20 tahun dibawah PAS tak jadi huru hara pun. Kedah, Selangor dan Pulau Pinang  tak jadi apa-apa pun. malah lebih baik lagi jika nak dibandingkan dimasa pemerintahan BN. 53 tahun BN perintah tak rasa air percuma seperti di SElangor dan Pulau Pinang. pendapatan hasil negeri bertambah. bonus pun dapat lebih dari yang Bn boleh bagi.(pulau pinang aje)

LGE menyuap makanan mengunakan tangan di satu majlis berbuka puasa

sudah tiba masanya untuk rakyat berubah. bagi peluang kepada pakatan rakyat PR untuk membuktikan kebolehan mereka untuk merubah hidup rakyat malaysia . untuk mendapat hidup yang lebih terbela. untuk punyai pemimpin yang memimpin rakyat tanpa mengira bangsa dan agama. yang mempunyai jiwa dan harapan rakyat...... hidup sederhana ....tidak membuat kekayaan untuk diri dan keluarga.......kita tidak akan rugi apa-apa. Jika mereka gagal tunaikan janji mereka maka kuasa ditangan kita..... jatuhkan mereka pada pilihanraya seterusnya....... bukti didepan mata.....lihat negeri-negeri dibawah PR. jangan percaya pada media tali barut..... pergi sendiri melawat mereka.......sempena cuti-cuti malaysia . atau layari laman web kerajaan negeri untuk maklumat sebenar.

Nik aziz makan nasi bungkus di warong tepi jalan

Sudah cukup banyak penyelewengan di depan mata.....PKFZ, KAPAL SELAM SCORPENE, ENJIN F5, PERWAJA STEEL, KHIR TOYO, TAIB MAHMUD,SYABAS, STADIUM GONG BADAK, MASJID KRISTAL, MONSOON CUP, ROYALTI MINYAK KELANTAN DAN TERENGGANU..........BERUBAH LAH RAKYAT MALAYSIA

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Imam flings shoes at judges over eviction case

Imam flings shoes at judges over eviction case
An imam, who had been ordered to be evicted from his premises because of disciplinary problems, took the unprecedented step of throwing his shoes at three judges on the Federal Court bench today.

NONEThe incident took place just after 10am when the three-man bench led by Chief Judge of Malaya Justice Zulkifli Ahmad Makinuddin (right) rejected imam Hoslan Hussain's application to hear his appeal.

This followed an objection raised by the Federal Territory Islamic Affairs Council (MAIWP) lawyer Zulkefli Che Yong that Hoslan’s affidavit was filed outside the timeframe allowed.

Hoslan, who was not represented, was standing at the row of tables where the prosecutors and lawyers are seated.

The imam is said to have argued with Justice Zulkefli and asked him to be lenient, but the judge replied that the bench had to allow the preliminary objection as this was in accordance with the law.

Justice Zulkefli tried to pacify Hoslan, but the imam did not want to listen any longer and suddenly took off his shoe and flung it at the judges' bench.
The shoe narrowly missed the head of one of the judges, but then Hoslan took off his other shoe and threw it - which hit the deputy registrar of the apex court.

The two other members on the panel were Justice Suriyadi Halim Omar and Justice Zaleha Zahari.

Following the incident, police on duty at the court grabbed hold of Hoslan and calmed him down.The court then adjourned the matter and as the lawyers left, Hoslan held a prayer in court.

It is learnt that the three-member bench did not initiate any contempt order against Hoslan. The deputy registrar is said to have asked mainstream media not to report the shoe throwing.
MAIWP wants to evict imam

According to MAIWP's lawyer Zulkifli, the council wanted to evict Hoslan, an imam rawatib or an appointed by the community, who has been with the Ar Rahimah mosque in Kampung Pandan since 2008, because of disciplinary problems.

NONEHe said Hoslan (left) refuses to read the stipulated khutbah as required by MAIWP and that there were also other complaints against him.

“However, he does not want to leave his quarters in the mosque premises, resulting in MAIWP  applying to the High Court to evict him, and the court in Kuala Lumpur issued an order for him to be evicted on June 16 last year.

“Hoslan appealed to the Court of Appeal and it upheld the High Court decision on Sept 20 last year, resulting in the case coming up to the Federal Court today,” Zulkifli said.

He said Hoslan's notice of motion to the Federal Court was not filed within the stipulated time.

Hence, the lawyer said he had been instructed to raise a preliminary objection under the Courts of Judicature Act as well as the Federal Court Rules, under which applicant's affidavit should also be filed, within 30 days of the motion being filed.

“This is the procedure and Hoslan did not comply with it,” Zulkifli said.

The imam tells a different story  (Seals: You Must Read this)

Contacted later by Malaysiakini, Hoslan said his grouse was not eviction but justice, for he had been highlighting corruption and abuse of funds at the Ar Rahimah mosque and these issues had not been attended to.

He claimed that he had made numerous reports to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and also to the police over the abuses, but there had been no action.

“In fact, Umno extends its  powers on the mosque. It was Umno's hands behind this and it used MAIWP to remove me.

“Prior to being an imam rawatib, I was the bilal at the mosque. I have been imam since 2005, but I refused to leave because the mosque committee has been abusing its powers and funds,” Hoslan claimed.

“I did not have legal representation in all the court cases. It is not that I cannot afford it, but MAIWP has suspended my pay.

“I want to set the record straight on corruption and abuses in the mosque. I believe such abuses are taking place in other mosques in the Federal Territory, especially those controlled by Umno.”
A staunch supporter of PAS
Hoslan also admitted to being a staunch opposition supporter of the opposition, especially PAS, and said he helped out in every by-election campaign the party was involved in.

At the height of the Bersih 2.0 saga last year, he said, the Friday sermon at his mosque advised the people not to attend the rally.

Upon hearing the sermon, Hoslan said, he lifted his robe in protest before the congregation, to show them his yellow Bersih T-shirt.

He said one of the abuses he discovered was that of a renowned restaurant paying monthly fee of more than RM3,000 to the mosque – but the money did not reach the mosque committee.

palace of justice 260207 04The money was allegedly paid to a mosque committee member who approved the restaurant's use of land belonging to the mosque.

“Despite such blatant abuses, there is no action despite me reporting the matter to the mosque committee. Where is justice?” Hoslan asked.

On the shoe-throwing incident today, Hoslan said he was merely making his point on the court's failure to uphold justice and turning a blind eye to such abuses.

He said the courts and the justice system were flawed and had failed, especially since former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad had been running the country.

“Yes, I threw my shoes, the first nearly missing the bench and the second struck the person below (the deputy registrar). I do not believe our courts can uphold justice,” Hoslan said.

Following the incident, he added, he lodged a police report at the Putrajaya police station and that he would personally submit a copy of the report to inspector-general of police soon.

source: http://www-us.malaysiakini.com/news/189968


Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Settler thrown out during Felda co-op briefing

Settler thrown out during Felda co-op briefing
A settler was kicked out of a briefing session held by Koperasi Permodalan Felda (KPF) in Kuala Lumpur today, after he asked Felda chairperson Isa Samad a question.

NONER Sanggam, who is from Felda Sendayan and is the son of a settler, said he was told to leave when he asked Isa what kind of guarantee was available to equity holders in terms of their shares and dividends.

"I wanted a guarantee of our dividends once the Felda Global Venture Holdings (FGVH) listing takes place. Isa told me the prime minister guarantees it. I told him the PM will not be PM forever.

"Then Isa said if I don't trust the PM, I should leave the hall. I told him, 'I have been in Felda for 50 years, but you've only entered Felda for two years and the ink on your thumb is still wet. You should leave'," Sanggam said of the incident that took place about 3.30pm.

Corroborating his story was fellow settler Saparuddin Mohd Yasin, who said the situation got heated as some of the equity holders in the room got angry with Sanggam for uttering those words.

KPF is holding the briefing for its members today to explain the impact of the FGVH listing.
According to Saparuddin, the management could not answer important questions raised by the KPF members, such as how many shares would be made available to them.

“Isa was not prepared. The settlers should know how much is available. Is it a million or two million? They kept saying 'windfall', but what does that mean?” he said when contacted.

Isa: FGVH listing to proceed
In a media statement issued today, Isa said he was disappointed that the action of eight “obviously opposition-influenced” Felda settlers had deprived so many from enjoying the “significant benefits” of the listing.

Isa said that since as FGVH is 100 percent owned by the government, it could proceed with the listing without KPF's direct involvement.

NONEAs such, it proposed to do that and for the potential profits from the FGVH listing to be channelled through a special purpose vehicle set up for this purpose, so that Felda settlers could also benefit.

However, Isa added, about half of the 200,000 KPF members who were not settlers but were Felda employees and children of settlers, would not be able to benefit.

“Although the actions of the eight Felda settlers will not impact on FGVH's proposed listing, we are disappointed with their opposition-influenced decision to deprive the majority of the Felda employees the opportunity to participate in the growth of FGVH...

“The proposed listing would have brought tremendous short- and long-term benefits to KPF and its members, but we respect their choice,” he said, blaming the PAS-led pro-settler NGO Anak for wrongly influencing the settlers.

He added that “nothing has been finalised” as far as the FGVH listing was concerned and that “the management will provide the necessary information as and when approvals are obtained from the authorities concerned”.

Source:  http://www-us.malaysiakini.com/news/189939

How a question to clarify is treated with ?

Monday, February 20, 2012

Mechanic: Gun pointed to my head to force confession

Mechanic: Gun pointed to my head to force confession
 
A 42-year-old mechanic claimed that he was stopped and assaulted by eight Rela personnel after filling petrol in his car in Kajang four days ago.

On top of that, when the Rela officers turned him in to the Taming Jaya police station, he was then assaulted by four policemen, who wanted him to admit to car and lorry theft.

NONES Mogan (left), of Balakong, said his ordeal began about 5am, after he wanted to meet a friend who sought his help at his workshop and home in Balakong.

“Before he arrived I decided to fill up my car with some petrol as I wanted to send my children to school soon after. As soon as I filled up, I was stopped by the Rela personnel who accused me of car theft.

“They searched my Nissan Sunny car and saw that I had many spare parts. I told them that I am a mechanic but this was met with one of them using a metal rod to hit my left leg. Then the other Rela personnel assaulted me, punching and kicking me on the body and in the back.”

Then, Mogan said, he was taken to the Taming Jaya police station by the Rela personnel where they told the police that he was a drug addict.

He said there, the police officers then assaulted him with a water hose and hit him in the feet. They wanted him to confess to stealing cars and lorries.

“At one point of time, one of them pointed a gun to my head, threatening to kill me if I did not confess.”

source: http://www-us.malaysiakini.com/news/189699

Seals: Mr. Home Minister..is this how you solve cases by arresting in random and make them confess?

Thursday, February 16, 2012

High prices and demand result in sales of babies

KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 15, 2012): The lucrative price and good demand are among the factors baby sales in the black market are still going on.

Federal CID Secret Societies, Gambling and Vice (D7) principal assistant director Datuk Abdul Jalil Hassan said a baby could fetch a price of RM20,000 depending on the `level of perfection' and fairness of skin.
"The price of a baby is higher if accompanied with identification documents such as birth certificate during the purchase.

"The process of furnishing the identification of a baby is a difficult one and requires cooperation between the buyer and seller.

"We believe baby sale syndicates are getting more rampant due to the very high demand especially from childless couples," he told Bernama, here, today.

Normally, he said most babies were sold at the age of one to three months but there were cases of children up to six years old being sold.

He said expectant mothers, those who conceived out of wedlock or foreigners who wanted money in exchange for the baby, were placed at illegal centres, and well taken care of, to produce healthy babies who could fetch lucrative prices.

The latest figures indicated a drop to nine cases of baby sales last year compared to 20 in 2010.
In January last year, police thwarted an attempt to sell babies who were between five and seven days old for between RM15,000 and RM20,000.

Police also rescued three babies, two women who were in an advanced stage of pregnancy, aged 20 to 30, and a mother of one of the babies in three raids in Selangor during the period.

Kuala Lumpur Social Development, Crime Prevention and Anti-Drugs Voluntary Organisation (Pencegah) president Jeevan S. Ramamurthy did not rule out baby sales in the interior areas.

"The high birth rate of babies make police monitoring difficult. The syndicates are getting more rampant because families are hard-pressed for cash and lack of hospital records make the racket difficult to detect," he said.

He said private clinics issuing false information on births also helped the activities as it simplified the processing of birth documents.

He said to curb baby sales all parties including headmen, village midwives and rural clinics must play an important role to furnish information on births.

A safer way for women who did not want their babies is to register them with the Social Welfare Department for adoption, he added. – Bernama

Source: http://www.thesundaily.my/news/295617


Seals: The government can do all they want enforce, new law and so on nothing will help, the sales will still go on as long as the government do not take action to make ways to provide easy and right ways for the childless couples to have a baby.
Easy and right way here could be 
1. Allow Sperm Bank for the infertile cases
2. Allow foreign adoption. Even if they allow the "agent" must be avoided to make tonnes of money in transit or optional personal involvement without agents for this adoption
3. Change of attitude of the local enforcement not the treat the out of wedlock pregnancies with insults and threats. We need a real social worker at this interface and not a religion activist
4. Allow Anonymous baby drop center at hospitals, social based NGO centers and share the details with NGOs that manage the rights of the religions so that illegal conversions not executed
5. Reduce long queues at the Welfare Center (the last I know was a wait for 2 years and no option to select) 


Without doing any of the above dont ever expect you can reduce the baby sales in Malaysia. The more action the police takes, the more "Underground" the trade will get and the more expensive the babies will be.


I suggest Malaysia should be more liberal and allow point 1 and 2 soonest.  It is a way we live in Malaysia in almost all the cases we have a "ENFORCING" government and policies not a "SOLVING" one .....


Change Government Change ......!!!!!!

Monday, February 13, 2012

Tough love for Muslims on Valentine's Day

Tough love for Muslims on Valentine's Day
Bernama 4:25PM Feb 13, 2012
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Jamil Khir Baharom has urged state Islamic religious departments to act against Muslims celebrating Valentine’s Day.

“We are moving simultaneously across the country to enforce regulations,” he told reporters after a ceremony to present aid to mosques in Negri Sembilan by Menteri Besar Mohamad Hasan in Seremban today.

He said that various forms of preaching, advice, opinion and statements on  Valentine’s Day had been made because it is not the practice for Muslims.

“We fear that the love being celebrated by couples are not in the sense of husband and wife. Other than giving advice, we also have to act,” he added.

- Bernama

Source: http://www-us.malaysiakini.com/news/189004

Thursday, February 09, 2012


This maks me recall what PERKASA mas said, after living in MALAYSIA for the time he was born, he said I dont know the culture of Chinese on the "white Ang-Paw" case.

Here is another one .....

JKMM, deals directly with the people and the culture and the life of the common people....and they dont even know the basic life of a MALAYSIAN.

So who needs "education" here? A group of people who lives in their own world and still thinking the RAKYAT needs me or the rest of MALAYSIANS?

Dont you think we need a CHANGE NOW?