Tuesday, December 27, 2011

FELDA dan Harta Karunnya

Ada 2  benda penting yang ditunggu-tunggu oleh warga FELDA sekarang ini.

(1) keputusan permohonan injunksi oleh peneroka untuk menghentikan penyenaraian FELDA FGV dibursa saham dan,

(2) Mesyuarat Agung Luarbiasa Koperasi Permodalan FELDA pada 5hb Januari 2012.


Benda pertama jangan usik. Itu mahkamah punya hal.

Benda kedua memang boleh diusik dan dibuat lawak. Mula-mula sekali, nak buat EGM pala bana apa... its a foregone conclusion. Suka tak suka, Isa Katik akan jadi pengerusi KPF. Walaupun Isa Katik ini bukan dari golongan peneroka juga bukan pekerja FELDA. Moyang dia bukan peneroka. Datuk dia pun bukan, bapak dia pun bukan. Isa Katik ini nak pegang pelepah sawit pun ngeri. "Borduri! Goli den!!!" Tup tup jadi pengerusi.

Tetapi lu sendiri mau ingat beb... sendiri mau ingat sapa boss Isa Katik. Boss Isa Katik dah bagi green light. Ada brani mau lawan? Isa Katik ini akan jadi Pengerusi KPF sampai kiamat.

Lu sendiri mau ingat beb... Isa Katik ini kamcing amat dgn boss. 'You help me I help you' kah kah kah kah!!! Minat pun sama. Sama-sama minat bidang seni suara. Terutama yang boleh nganga luas-luas macam Ziana Zain. Boleh tinggal kerja opis jap, turun Port Dickson. Kah kah kah!!! 

Kita tidak perlu di'sidetracked'kan oleh Isa Katik ini sebenarnya, lantaklah dia nak jadi pengerusi KPF sampai kiamat. Perkara yang paling membimbangkan ialah penyenaraian harta benda pusaka datuk nenek moyang orang FELDA ke bursa saham.

Kalau dah jadi saham, sapa2 pun boleh beli saham FELDA, kan? Ananda boleh beli banyak2 saham FELDA, Vincent boleh beli, Baukari boleh beli.

Habis peneroka tinggal hapa? Letih...

Kalau nak tau lebih lanjut,(klik sini) , (kemudian sini) and say thanks to Sakmongkol
liq

Let's Clone More Dr Dzulkeflys in PAS

Maszlee Malik, Dr Musa Nordin, UK
Harakah


It is rather surprising that the Western media started to call Ennahda party in Tunisia as a ‘moderate Islamist party’. The same label has been used to describe the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, to differentiate them from the ‘radical’ Salafi parties. It was not the case a couple of years ago and unimaginable by many considering we are just ten years post-911; the tragic bombing of the WTC in New York. ‘Moderate’ Islamists appears to be a new jargon to describe the ‘not so bad’ Muslim guys who were previously designated with a plethora of Islamphobic labels by the same media which included among others ‘the radical Islamists’, ‘extremist banned group’, “radical Islamic fundamentalist”, “jihadist militants” etc.

Finally, there is now hope that the many self proclaimed political Islam experts in the western media would awaken to the fact that the term ‘Islamist’ is not a monolithic one. It is most unfortunate that J.L. Esposito’s piece, Islamic threat: Myth or Reality was never given much attention to many to better understand this phenomenon. Esposito’s thoughts might be seen as an outlier when contrasted against the tsunami of islamphobic writings published post-911. However, it is an excellent beginner’s book to better understand the wide parameters of the much varied global-Islamism phenomenon and trends.

liq