Monday, May 23, 2011

Dakwah APLANCAU?

Cakap la betol-betol.
Nak buat duit, cakap la nak buat duit.

Masa muda kulit tengah tegang,
Ke hulu ke hilir menayang susu thee he he he

Dah tua kulit dah mula melayut,
Pelupuk mata dah mula kendur tak terbotox botox.
Nak kehulu ke hilir lagi menayang susu, tak laku. Thee hehe he he
Susu dah layut dan labuh.

Sekarang nak buat filem dakwah. The he he he he
Filem dakwah aplancau??
Kah kah kah kah kah kah!!!!

Ziela Jalil Berdakwah Melalui filem
Kesabaran Ziela menyampaikan dakwah melalui seni

Mengimbau sejarah awal penglibatan penerbit yang berusia 41 tahun ini, Ziela Jalil, pernah terlibat secara langsung dalam dunia lakonan sejak di bangku sekolah lagi. Ketika itu usianya baru mencecah 16 tahun.

Tidak meletakkan harapan yang tinggi, Ziela hanya sekadar ingin mencuba nasib dan mengisi waktu lapang ketika cuti persekolahan. “Pada tahun 1986, saya menghadiri uji bakat untuk menyertai ‘band girl’ untuk filem ‘Mr Os’ arahan A R Badul, sekadar untuk suka-suka sahaja.

“Selepas saya terpilih, saya dijemput untuk menghadiri majlis untuk artis-artis yang dipilih dalam filem itu bersama artis lain. “Saya ditemani oleh ibu saya pada waktu itu dan saya tidak mengetahui bahawa heroin untuk filem itu adalah saya,” ujarnya.

Selepas membintangi filem itu, namanya semakin menjadi perhatian malah mendapat banyak tawaran lakonan seperti Kembar Siam, Perawan Malam, Ujang, Konstabel Mamat dan banyak lagi. “Untuk filem pertama saya mendapat bayaran RM3,500 dan pada ketika itu nilainya sangat besar.

“Saya tidak sabar untuk menanti cuti sekolah kerana ketika itulah saya akan berlakon,” katanya yang turut popular dengan imejnya yang seksi.


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Alhantuya BLOW...



"Sumpah saya tak kenal pompuan Mongol itu"
thee he he… thee he he…

Blow punya blow..punya blow.
Kesian Alhantuya, datang mai jauh jauh.
Sorang pun tak ngaku kenal.
thee he he…

Sapa nak ngaku kenal kalau dah dibuat bola
Boleh pass-pass.
KAH KAH KAH!

Sapa pun tak mau kawan kalau dah jadi macam Saiful BauKari
Depan belakang boleh..
KAH KAH KAH!

Blow punya blow..punya blow.
Alhantuya sendiri yg meletup!
KAH KAH KAH! KAH KAH KAH!

Altantuya blows hot again on Najib Razak
Written by V Vijay, Wong Choon Mei, Malaysia Chronicle

In 2009, from the streets of delightful Paris, a sewer burst open, disgorging its contents of vile corruption and waste into, of all places, the hallways of Malaysia's administrative capital, Putrajaya. We write, of course, of the expose of the Armaris submarine contract, by the journalists of La Liberation.

The article written by Arnaud Dubus would detail the remarkable corruption of the Armaris submarine deal and would reveal the chilling nature of the murder of Altantuya Shariibu by two policemen. Raja Petra, a well known Malaysian blogger, would shock his audience by signing an affidavit implicating the current Prime Minister and his wife in that murder.

Raja Petra has since retracted his claim, by saying that he only wrote what he was told. The curious timing of his retraction, coinciding with both the Sarawak elections and the upcoming open court hearing on the Armaris contract in France, has given rise to speculation that he has been turned.



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Mari Meneka Gambar Dan Namakan




Malaysia Spends RM 1.5b For Booze
By Christina Tan

Malaysia has been named by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as the world’s 10th largest consumer of alcohol despite its small population and size.

Statistics by the international body this year also showed that Malaysians spent over US$500mil (RM1.5bil) on alcohol with a per capita consumption of seven litres.

Deputy Women, Family and Community Development Minister Heng Seai Kie said the problem of alcohol consumption in the country was getting serious.

“Alcohol is not only causing a lot of health issues but is also contributing to a significant number of accidents,” she said in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday.


Heng was speaking to reporters after launching booklets and seminars on “Promote Healthy lifestyle: Reduce Alcohol Harm” organised by the Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall (KLSCAH).

The event was supported by IOGT International, a worldwide community of non-governmental organisations, and the National Association of the Prevention of Drug Abuse (Pemadam).

She said the ministry, through the National Population and Family Development Board, would hold a campaign to create awareness on the danger of alcohol abuse.

She said 10 seminars would be held nationwide this year.

They would be conducted in Mandarin, Malay, English and Tamil and were aimed mostly at those from the Chinese and Indian communities which had a high alcohol abuse rate.

“The public has to understand that alcohol is not part of our culture and it will bring harm if it is abused,” she said.

Earlier, in his speech, KLSCAH secretary-general Yong Yew Wei said the Road Safety Council estimated that drinking and driving caused 30% of road accidents nationwide, with 38% of these resulting in fatalities.

“A study also shows that absenteeism from workplace among alcoholics is 16 times higher than others,” he said, adding that non-governmental bodies played a vital role in promoting a healthy lifestyle.

Published May 22 2011


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