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23 June 2012

GEMPAR : LIM GUAN ENG MEMANG TAK GUNA SATU SEN PUN


Sekarang baru orang PAS, PKR dan lain-lain bahawa Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang, Lim Guan Eng memang TAK GUNA SATU SEN PUN ....................baca di IMEJ SEBELAH......


22 June 2012

PENGHINAAN : RAKYAT DIBAYAR RM6 HADIR KE UTC?

Ada maklumat yang diperolehi petang ini bahawa orang ramai akan dibayar RM6 jika hadir ke program perasmian UTC (Urban Transformation Centre) yang akan disempurnakan oleh Perdana Menteri Najib Razak esok.

Kalau benar fakta maka jelas sekali rakyat dihina oleh penganjur dengan hanya RM6. Apakah maruah, masa, tenaga dan penat rakyat yang datang dari jauh dan dekat hanya bernilai RM6.00 sahaja. Takkan nilai seorang manusia hanya RM6.00.

Mungkin mereka sudah tidak ada wang untuk 'menyogok' rakyat supaya hadir ke program itu bagi mencapai target kehadiran 100,000 untuk membuktikan kepada Najib bahawa BN mendapat sokongan penuh dari rakyat.

Kalau nak 'sogok' pun biarlah nilainya munasabah dengan harga seorang manusia bukan setaraf dengan haiwan yang tidak tahu berfikir.


GEMPAR : KERAJAAN MELAKA SOROK BAS?

Oleh kerana malu dan takut dilihat oleh Boss besar mereka iaitu Najib Razak, kerajaan Melaka terpaksa menyorokkan bas-bas buruk yang tersadai kepunyaan anak syarikatnya PMCT Sdn Bhd. Bas-bas tersebut yang sebelum ini tersadai di Stesyen Bas Melaka Sentral telah dialihkan ke Dataran Klebang bagi mengelakkan rahsia mereka terbongkar di hadapan Perdana Menteri  Najib Tun Abdul Razak yang dijangka akan membuat lawatan ke Melaka esok bagi merasmikan program UTC (Urban Tranformation Centre) peringkat Negeri Melaka.

Bas-bas buruk itu sebenarnya sudah lama tersadai di Melaka Sentral kerana rosak, tiada road tax, tiada kelulusan Puspakom dan sebagainya. Ternyata perkhidmatan bas henti-henti di negeri ini semakin buruk selepas diambilalih oleh kerajaan negeri melalui anak syarikatnya iaitu PMCT Sdn Bhd.

Jelas sekali kerajaan negeri cuba menutup pekung di dada mereka dengan menyembunyikan bas-bas tersebut sedangkan mereka tidak sedar bahawa isu ini telah diketahui umum dan tersebar ke seluruh negara.


Inilah sikap pemimpin Umno/BN yang hanya tahu menyorokkan segala keburukan dan kegagalan mereka tetapi tidak mahu berusaha bagi menyelesaikan masalah sebenar yang timbul akibat kegagalan PMCT Sdn Bhd mengendalikan sistem pengangkutan awam ini. 

Apakah dengan menyorok bas ini ianya akan menyelesaikan masalah rakyat yang menggunakan bas henti-henti sebagai pengangkutan utama mereka untuk bergerak dari satu tempat ke tempat lain. Banyak rungutan yang diterima menyatakan bahawa bas Panorama kendalian PMCT ini tidak memberikan perkhidmatan yang baik di mana penumpang terpaksa menunggu berjam-jam untuk mendapatkan bas malah situasi di mana bas terus tidak datang.


Sumber : Blog Yusofwahab.

21 June 2012

GEMPAR : RAFIZI LETAK JAWATAN

Pengarah Strategi PKR Rafizi Ramli hari ini mengumumkan perletakan jawatan sebagai Ketua Eksekutif Pejabat Penasihat Ekonomi Selangor.

Perkara itu turut dimaklumkan dalam twiternya sebentar tadi.

"Saya telah beri notis letak jawatan dari Pejabat Penasihat Ekonomi Selangor. Sbarang pertanyaan mengenai ekonomi Selangor dan lain-lain, rujuk Kerajaan Negeri," katanya.

Pejabat Penasihat Ekonomi Selangor diterajui Ketua Umum PKR Datuk Sri Anwar Ibrahim sebagai penasihat.

Rafizi pula menyandang jawatan Ketua Eksekutif di pejabat itu sejak 2009 lalu.

"Letak jwtn proses biasa. Perlu sedikit rehat, letih buat dua kerja di Kerajaan Negeri & parti. Ramadhan dah dekat, tumpu ibadah," katanya lagi.

Dalam tulisan lanjut di twiternya, beliau berkata belum membuat sebarang perancangan namun mahukan rehat dan menumpukan kepada ibadah sempena bulan Ramahan ini.


Sumber : Hdaily

GEMPAR : BANGUNAN RUNTUH LAGI DI TERENGGANU ......

Apa nak jadi dengan Terengganu, runtuh sana runtuh sini. Sinar Harian petang ini melaporkan bahawa sebuah astaka yang masih dalam pembinaan di Padang Astaka, Jertih (gambar) di Besut runtuh jam 1.30 petang tadi menyebabkan enam pekerja warga Indonesia terperangkap dalam runtuhan.

Sehingga jam 3 petang, seramai empat pekerja berjaya dikeluarkan dan dihantar ke Hospital Besut untuk mendapatkan rawatan.

Pasukan penyelamat masih bertungkus lumus untuk mengeluarkan dua lagi mangsa yang masih terperangkap.


Kita mengharap suatu siasatan terperinci dijalankan dan semua sebab musabah, sebarang unsur penyelewengan atau rasuah jika ada hendaklah diumumkan kepada rakyat. Sesiapa yang terlibat dengan sebarang kesalahan yang berkaitan mesti dihadap ke muka pengadilan, jangan senyap seribu bahasa ...........

'LEFTENAN ADNAN' PULA MASUK PAS

Pelakon Hairee Othman yang pernah memegang watak Leftenan Adnan dalam sebuah filem pula menyertai PAS. Majlis penyerahan borang keahlian PAS akan dilangsungkan pada satu majlis di Taman Melewar 6 Julai ini.

Rakan beliau pelakon Zulkifli Ismail (Boss Inspektor Haliza) juga akan turut sama menyerahkan borang menyertai PAS pada program tersebut.

Malam tadi Hairee Othman (gambar) tampil menyampaikan ceramah sulungnya di atas pentas PAS pada program anjuran PAS Kawasan Batu Gajah.

Adalah dijangkakan selepas ini lebih ramai lagi artis akan menyertai PAS kerana mereka telah sedar bahawa PAS sahajalah satu-satunya parti yang berjuanga atas landasan Islam sebenar.

AYUH KE HIMPUNAN HIJAU NEGERI MELAKA

Rakyat negeri Melaka diseru untuk bersama-sama menyertai program Himpunan Hijau Menuju Putrajaya peringkat negeri Melaka pada 24 Jun 2012 di perkarangan Surau Ustaz Ali di Permatang Pasir, Alai.

Program tersebut akan bermula pada jam 4.30 petang hingga 12 tengah malam.

Setiausaha Perhubungan PAS Negeri Melaka, Asri Shaikh Abdul Aziz (Gambar) dalam kenyataannya pagi ini menjemput seluruh rakyat Melaka untuk sama-sama menunjukkan solidariti dan perpaduan bersama-sama PAS dan PR menyelamatkan negara ini dari rasuah, penyelewengan, pembaziran dan kezaliman.

"PAS Melaka menyeru seluruh rakyat negeri Melaka tanpa mengira bangsa, agama, ideologi politik dan sebagainya untuk berkumpul pada Ahad ini bagi menyatakan tekad dan keazaman untuk membentuk sebuah kerajaan baru di Putrajaya bagi menggantikan Umno/BN".

"Kerajaan pusat yang ada pada hari ini sudah terlalu lama memerintah yang menyebabkan mereka sudah tersasar jauh dari menjadi sebuah kerajaan yang telus, bersih dan bebas rasuah" ujar Asri.

Beliau berkata rakyat Melaka mesti memberikan isyarat kepada kerajaan Umno/BN supaya mereka sedar bahawa rakyat sudah muak dan menunggu masa untuk menukar kerajaan pada Pilihanraya Umum ke 13 nanti.

Menurut Asri pelbagai program telah diatur untuk himpunan tersebut antaranya konvoi motorsikal Alternative Riding Club (ARC), persembahan dari Iwan Syahman, Hafiz Bandboyz, bacaan ikrar dan bai'ah,  munajat perdana serta amanat dari Timbalan Presiden PAS, Haji Mohammad Sabu.

"Pimpinan Pakatan Rakyat negeri Melaka juga akan sama-sama memeriahkan himpunan tersebut dan kita juga mempelawa seluruh ahli dan penyokong parti komponen PR untuk turut sama memeriahkan himpunan yang julung kali diadakan ini".

"Perpaduan dan soladiriti penggerak PR dan rakyat Melaka Insya Allah akan menghasikan suatu gerakan yang mampu menumbangkan kerajaan BN Melaka dan Pusat bagi menyelamatkan negara kita" tambah Asri yang juga merupakan Setiausaha PAS Kawasan Masjid Tanah.

Program himpunan tersebut yang pada peringkat awalnya dicadangkan di Stadium Hang Tuah akhirnya terpaksa dipindahkan ke Permatang Pasir kerana permohonan untuk menggunakan stadium tidak diluluskan kerana ia digunakan untuk pertandingan Bolasepak Piala AFC bawah 22 tahun.

20 June 2012

DEBAT SALAHUDDIN-SAIFUDDIN : SIAPA MENANG?

Sumber Revolusi Anak Muda Malaysia [ R.A.M.M ]


Keputusan undian sinar harian menunjukkan YB Salahuddin Ayub menang besar dalam debat malam ini. tahniah bakal MB Johor

DEBAT SINAR: Hujah siapa yang anda lihat konstruktif:

Saifuddin Abdullah 14 % (140)
Salahuddin Ayub 81 % (803)
Kedua-dua pendebat 5 % (54)
Jumlah Undian: 997



Penganjur Survey : Sinar Harian.

19 June 2012

MANA HJILANGNYA REZAB FELDA?

Sumber : FB Wan Jo

HUTANG NEGARA RM456BILION, HUTANG ANDA RM18,244

Sumber : FB Megat Komeng

TIMBALAN MENTERI KELUAR UMNO SERTAI PR?

lajim ukinBeaufort MP Lajim Ukin has tendered his resignation as Kerambai Kebatu Umno chief following an earlier revelation that he would not defend his seat as Beaufort Umno division chief.

Timbalan Menteri Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan, Lajim Ukin dijangka akan keluar dari Umno dan menyertai PR.


Perkara ini sudah lama kedengaran namun ianya masih belum menjadi kenyataan. Namun Ahad lalu Lajim mengejutkan semua pihak apabila menghantar surat perletakan jawatan sebagai Ketua Umno cawangan dan membuat kenyataan bahawa beliau tidak akan mempertahankan jawatannya sebagai Ketua Umno Bahagian Beaufort.


Lajim berkata inilah adalah tidak mempertahankan jawatan Ketua Bahagian, langkah kedua ialah meletakkan jawatan Ketua Cawangan dan langkah ketiga kita tunggu dan lihat nanti.


Keputusan Lajim ini menguatkan spekulasi yang beliau akan menyertai PKR dalam masa terdekat. Dari sumber-sumber yang boleh dipercayai memang terdapat usaha-usaha terancang yang sedang dilakukan oleh bekas pemimpin kanan Sabah untuk membawa seberapa ramai pemimpin BN tempatan menyertai atau sekurang-kurangnya menyokong PR pada PRU 13 nanti.


Ianya tidak mengejutkan kerana pemimpin politik Sabah memang sukar diramal. BN pernah jatuh beberapa kali di Sabah.


18 June 2012

CALON FJP IKHWAN MUSLIMIN MENANG DI MESIR?

Australian.Com melaporkan bahawa calon FJP, Ikhwan Muslimin, Dr Mohamed Morsyi (Gambar kanan) sedang mendahului calon proksi barat/Yahudi Ahmad Syafik pada Pilihanraya Presiden Mesir yang berakhir semalam.

Namun keputusan rasmi hanya akan diumumkan pada Khamis ini. 
Berita online tersebut melaporkan bahawa Jurucakap FJP membuat pengisytiharan bahawa calon mereka Mohammed Morsyi memperolehi 52% undi manakala Syafik mendapat 48 % sahaja dari 95 % daripada 13,000 pusat pengundian di seluruh Mesir.

Laporan penuh adalah seperti di bawah : 

EGYPT'S Muslim Brotherhood has claimed victory for their candidate Mohammed Mursi in the country's key presidential vote, the first after a 2011 uprising that overthrew ex-leader Hosni Mubarak.
''Doctor Mohammed Mursi is the first Egyptian president of the republic elected by the people,'' read a tweet from the official Twitter account of the Freedom and Justice Party, the Brotherhood's political arm.
The declaration was based on returns the Brotherhood reported from 95 per cent of the more than 13,000 polling stations nationwide. The returns showed Mr Mursi with 52 per cent of the vote, his opponent former prime minister Ahmed Shafiq with 48 per cent. A million votes separated the two, which a Brotherhood spokesman said the remaining votes could not overcome the difference for Mr Shafiq.
The figures were from results announced by election officials at individual counting centers, where each campaign has representatives who compile the numbers and make them public before the formal announcement. The Brotherhood's early, partial counts proved generally accurate in last month's first round vote.
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The final official result is to be announced by Thursday.
As vote counting began, the ruling military issued an interim constitution that handed themselves the lion's share of power over the new president, enshrining their hold on the state and sharpening the possibility of confrontation with the Muslim Brotherhood.
With parliament dissolved and martial law effectively in force, the generals made themselves the country's legislators, gave themselves control over the budget and will determine who writes the permanent constitution that will define the country's future.
That could set Egypt on the path of continued turmoil, particularly if conservative Islamist Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood emerges the victor in the presidential run-off against Ahmad Shafiq, Mubarak's former prime minister.
Already, the Muslim Brotherhood was warning that they would launch protests if Mr Shafiq is declared the winner. After polls closed on Sunday night after two days of voting, the Brotherhood claimed an early lead in the hand counting, though it narrowed as more results rolled in. After midnight, Mr Morsi led at 55 per cent to Mr Shafiq's 45 per cent of the votes from just under half of the country's more than 13,000 polling stations, according to the Brotherhood.
The figures were based on results announced by election officials at individual counting centers, where each campaign has representatives who compile the numbers and make them public before the formal declaration. The early, partial counts proved generally accurate in the first round of the election last month, which narrowed the field down from 13 candidates to two.
"If it happens that they announce he (Shafiq) is the winner, then there is forgery," said Brotherhood spokesman Murad Mohammed Ali. "We will return to the streets" - though he added, "we don't believe in violence."
Mr Shafiq, a former air force commander, is seen as the generals' favourite in the contest and would likely work closely with them. So closely that his opponents fear the result will be a continuation of the military-backed, authoritarian police state that Mubarak ran for nearly 29 years.
A victory by Mr Morsi could translate into a rockier tussle over spheres of power between the Muslim Brotherhood and the military.
Trying to rally the public in the last hours of voting, the Brotherhood presented a Morsi presidency as the last hope to prevent total control by the military council of Mubarak-era generals.
"We got rid of one devil and got 19," said Mohammed Kanouna, referring to Mubarak and the members of the military council as he voted for Morsi after night fell in Cairo's Dar el-Salam slum. "We have to let them know there is a will of the people above their will."
The Brotherhood seemed to lay the groundwork for a confrontation with the military over its power grab. It rejected last week's order by the Supreme Constitutional Court dissolving parliament, where they were the largest party, as a "coup against the entire democratic process." It also rejected the military's right to declare an interim constitution and vowed that an assembly created by parliament last week before its dissolution will write the new charter, not one picked by the generals.
However, the Brotherhood has reached accommodations with the generals at times over the past 16 months since Mubarak's fall, as it struck deals with Mubarak's regime itself.
It also has no power to force recognition of the parliament-created constituent assembly, which already seems discounted after parliament's dissolution and is likely to be formally disbanded by a pending court ruling. Lawmakers are literally locked out of parliament, which is ringed by troops.
The race has been deeply polarising. Critics of Mr Shafiq, an admirer and longtime friend of Mubarak, see him as an extension of the old regime that millions sought to uproot when they staged a stunning uprising that toppled the man who ruled Egypt for three decades.
Mr Morsi's opponents, in turn, fear that if he wins, the Brotherhood will take over the nation and turn it into an Islamic state, curbing freedoms and consigning minority Christians and women to second-class citizens.
While each has a core of strong supporters - each got about a quarter of the vote in the first round voting among 13 candidates last month - others saw the choice as a bitter one. The prospect that the generals will still hold most power even after their nominal handover of authority to civilians by July 1 has deepened the gloom, leaving some feeling the vote was essentially meaningless.
"Things have not changed at all. It is as if the revolution never happened," Ayat Maher, a 28-year-old mother of three, said as she waited for her husband to vote in Cairo's central Abdeen district. She said she voted for Mr Morsi, but did not think there was much hope for him. "The same people are running the country. The same oppression and the same sense of enslavement. They still hold the keys to everything."
The winner will be officially announced on Thursday. But the result could be known by as early as Monday, based on the results from individual counting stations.
Security was tight in Cairo, with heavier-than-usual army and police presence and army helicopters flying low over the sprawling city of some 18 million people.
Turnout seemed tepid in most places over the two days of voting. A figure significantly lower than the first round's 46 per cent would be a sign of widespread discontent with the choice and doubts over the vote's legitimacy. There were no figures yet from the current voting.
Just before the election, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which has ruled since Mubarak's fall, slapped de facto martial law on the country, giving military police and intelligence agents the right to arrest civilians for a host of suspected crimes, some as secondary as obstructing traffic. Then came the high court ruling dissolving parliament.
Now, whoever wins, the military council will hold powers that can all but paralyze the president if it chooses under the interim constitutional declaration issued on Sunday just after polls closed.
According to a copy of the document obtained by The Associated Press, the generals would be the nation's legislators and control the budget. They also will name the 100-member panel tasked with drafting a new constitution, thus ensuring the new charter would guarantee them a say in key policies like defense and national security as well as shield their vast economic empire from civilian scrutiny.
The president will be able to appoint a Cabinet and approve or reject laws.
Under the document, new parliament elections will not be held until a new constitution is approved, meaning an election in December at the earliest. In the constitution-writing process, the military can object over any articles and the Supreme Constitutional Court - which is made up of Mubarak-era appointees - will have final say over any disputes.
The generals, mostly in their 60s and 70s, owe their ranks to the patronage of Mubarak and are led by Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, the ousted leader's defense minister of 20 years. All along, activists from the pro-democracy youth groups that engineered the anti-Mubarak uprising questioned the generals' will to hand over power, arguing that after 60 years of direct or behind-the-scenes domination, the military was unlikely to voluntarily relinquish its perks.
Earlier, the Brotherhood's speaker of parliament Saad el-Katatni met with the deputy head of the military council, Chief of Staff Gen. Sami Anan and told him the group does not recognise the dissolution of parliament, according to a Brotherhood statement that pointedly referred to Mr el-Katatni by his title.
Mr el-Katatni insisted the military could not issue an interim constitution and that the constituent assembly formed last week would meet in the "coming hours" to go ahead with its work in writing the permanent charter.
Few voters displayed an air of celebration visible in previous post-Mubarak elections.
"It's a farce. I crossed out the names of the two candidates on my ballot paper and wrote 'the revolution continues'," said architect Ahmed Saad el-Deen in Cairo's Sayedah Zeinab district.
"I can't vote for the one who killed my brother or the second one who danced on his dead body," he said, alluding to Shafiq's alleged role in the killing of protesters during last year's uprising and claims by revolutionaries that Morsi's Brotherhood rode the uprising to realise its own political goals.
AP

ANTARA 2 DARJAT ISTANA PEMIMPIN DAN PONDOK RAKYAT

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17 June 2012

MALAM KEMENANGAN PR LIHAT BERAPA RAMAI YG HADIR CERAMAH PR

Malam Ini Adalah Malam Kemenangan Penyokong Pakatan Rakyat.. Berikut Beberapa Lokasi Ceramah Yang Diadakan Pada Malam tadi


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SULTAN MUHAMMAD V DAN TAKBIR ALLAHU AKHBAR


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