Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Mungkin TGNA Kansel Main Golf. MUNGKIN

Jangan lupa pakai serban lilit tebal-tebal.



Akibat terlupa pakai serban. Pakai songkok tinggi.

KUALA LUMPUR, July 21: Pro-UMNO Malay daily Utusan Malaysia has again misquoted an opposition leader, this time twisting a statement by PAS Youth chief Nasrudin Hassan Tantawi to suggest that he was for PAS to join UMNO for the sake of Malay-Muslim unity.


Ini kisah pemuda berahi.. thee he he

Ini kisah pemuda yang tak reti-reti bahasa.. thee he he

Pemuda berahi yang lupa sejarah..thee he he

Pemuda berahi yang patut 'dipadankan muka'!..thee he he

Yang dilayan paper Utusang Malayalam buat hape??

Pergi tanya TG Nik Aziz.. jadi ke bawak keluar kayu golf??

GA GA GA!! Gagagagagaga!!....ggggaaa ggaaagaaaa..

Writing in his blog, Nasrudin had asked UMNO to join Pakatan Rakyat if they were sincere in forging unity, a far cry from what Utusan reported today.

“Why not the current UMNO leadership take the lead and emulate PAS by joining the coalition for the sake of Malay unity during the era of Tun Abdul Razak.

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What Anwar's Trial Means for Malaysia

From Wall Street Journal
By JOHN R. MALOTT

A guilty verdict would be a serious step backwards for this aspiring Muslim democracy.

The trial of Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysia’s opposition leader and his nation’s best-known and most respected international figure, is scheduled to resume this week in Kuala Lumpur.

The Malaysian press dubs the affair “Sodomy II,” for it appears to be a repeat of the Muslim democrat’s 1998-99 trials, when he was convicted on corruption and sexual charges. Sentenced to 15 years in prison, Mr. Anwar later had his conviction overturned, and he was released after six years in solitary confinement.

I was the U.S. ambassador to Malaysia when Mr. Anwar first was arrested and put on trial, and everything I knew then and know now leads me to conclude that this trial also is an attempt to sideline him politically.

Already convicted by the government-controlled media, Mr. Anwar and his defense team have been denied access to the evidence that the government possesses, including police and medical reports, surveillance tapes, and even the witness list. Malaysia does not have a jury system. The verdict will be rendered by one judge, appointed by the same government that wants to remove Mr. Anwar from the political scene.

While a handful of human rights groups and some Australian parliamentarians have condemned the trial, there has been little interest at the broader international level. The Obama administration has been silent.

When I visited Malaysia last month, it was clear that Mr. Anwar and most observers expect a guilty verdict in August. At that point, the question is whether he remains free on bail during his appeal or is jailed immediately.

A charismatic campaigner, Mr. Anwar led his coalition to near victory in Malaysia’s last parliamentary elections in 2008, when the opposition took 47% of the popular vote and gained 62 seats. The government’s new political game plan seems to be to put Mr. Anwar in jail and the opposition in disarray, call snap elections, and ride to victory.

Today Malaysia gets little attention in the world press. The lingering image is of an Asian economic success story, a moderate Islamic country and aspiring democracy, and a multiracial society in which harmony prevails. Unfortunately, that is not the case today. Malaysia is a nation adrift.

Once one of the world’s dynamos, Malaysia’s economy has underperformed over the past decade, with an average annual growth rate of 4.5%. Much of that growth was the result of government spending, which has pushed Malaysia’s debt level to 54% of GDP. Foreign direct investment (FDI) has remained relatively flat over the past 15 years, while flows into Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam have soared. To make matters worse, Malaysia experienced a net outflow of $6 billion in FDI capital in 2008.

Malaysia desperately needs to upgrade its skills base and innovation capabilities, but almost 500,000 Malaysians—nearly 2% of the population—left their country for good between 2007 and 2009. Malaysian experts believe most of these émigrés were skilled ethnic Chinese and Indian Malaysians, concerned by economic decline and growing racial and religious tensions.

Worried about losing political support, the ruling party has responded by appealing to the baser instincts of the country’s Malay Muslim majority. For example, it told Malaysia’s Christians that they may no longer use the word “Allah” for God, even though the word existed in Arabic long before Islam arose. A new militant group called Perkasa, which claims that Malay rights are under threat from the Chinese and Indian minorities, has won backing from former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and other members of the ruling party.

For Malaysia and the world, there is more at stake in Mr. Anwar’s trial than whether one person is convicted. Malaysia is at a crossroads. The road that it chooses matters not only for some 30 million Malaysians, but for the entire world. The country could be a model for the 600 million people of Southeast Asia and for the entire Muslim world, if it returns to the promising course it was on 15 years ago. But a guilty verdict for Mr. Anwar means that the corruption and cronyism that now pervade Malaysia, its lack of political freedom and its economic decline, will continue. The country’s non-Malay citizens will continue to seek a better haven overseas.

In 1998, Mr. Anwar said, “If this can happen to me, it can happen to anyone.” That is no less true today. If Mr. Anwar is denied his freedom, then Malaysians will continue to be denied their freedom and the country its promise.

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Dengki LAHANAT

Khir berjimat cermat makan pasir Ulu Langat bertahun-tahun untuk memiliki banglo tersergam ini. Manakala bini dikerah buat MLM jual sabun dan kicap untuk belanja dapur. Anak-anak pula dibekalkan dengan timun 10 batang seorang ke sekolah untuk dijual untuk menampung belanja persekolahan masing-masing. Jangan lah sebut Disneyland, gerenti kena pelempang!

Sebagai sumber tambahan, Khir mengambil upah cabut gigi orang-orang tua.


By Rahmah Ghazali
FREE MALAYSIA TODAY

PETALING JAYA: Mining for tin in Selangor is more trouble than it is worth, according to former menteri besar Dr Mohd Khir Toyo.


Ini bahasa orang dengki.. thee he he

Melombong pasir, jumpa bijih, kemudian melombong bijih, rugi? Rugi kepala bana sapa? Rugi aplancau??

Memang dengki lahanat la tu..thee he he

Dengki kat orang melombong pasir, kemudian dapat melombong bijih, kemudian bila bijih habis tapak lombong gerenti berkawah besar..thee he he

Boleh buat industri bela ikan air tawar pulak.. bela buaya pun boleh..ternak lintah..thee he he

Cuma satu jangan diternak..thee he he

Spesies Broheng Ali.

Gagagaga!! ga ga ga! ga! gaagagaagaaaggaa!!!!

Responding to an allegation that Barisan Nasional had a hidden agenda in calling for a stop in sand mining on state lands, he said sand fetched more income than tin.

Yesterday, in a memorandum to the state government, a committee representing licensed contractors in sand-related businesses, accused BN of trying to prevent the discovery of tin deposits while Selangor was still under Pakatan Rakyat rule.


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TG Nik Aziz Main GOLF

1,2,3 .. libas!! TGNA melibas!


Pemuda PAS sokong perpaduan
Oleh Haspaizi Mohd Zain
berita hairan
2010/07/21

Muka Tiger Woods kena libas kayu golf.

Harap pertemuan Muhyiddin, Nik Aziz jadi kenyataan, tingkat kerjasama

KUALA LUMPUR: Dewan Pemuda PAS Pusat menyokong pertemuan kepemimpinan parti itu dengan UMNO untuk membincangkan cadangan supaya kedua-dua parti menjalin kerjasama bagi memastikan perpaduan orang Melayu dan umat Islam.

Macam berpakat-pakat...thee he hee.. "you bersuara this year, next year nanti I pulak"..

Tahun lepas Si Nasha..thee he he tahun ini si Nasru..thee he he

Nasha & Nasru.. pejuang Islam & Melayu, masih menjelejeh air liur kena umpan dengan UMNO, masih mau cari haru biru.. thee he he

Tak habis-habis dengan tajuk "Melayu"!

Ketuanya, Nasruddin Hassan, berharap pertemuan Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin dengan Mursyidul Am PAS, Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat akan menjadi kenyataan sebagai langkah awal untuk memulakan pertemuan yang lebih banyak selepas itu.


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