Thursday, December 29, 2011

Jangan Ingat Madey Bangang

Mahathir bukan cerdik sangat - Ku Li
Harakah

Mula-mula sekali kena ingat kalau Madey bangang, macamana dia boleh jadi doktor? Orang bangang tak jadi PM berpuluh-puluh tahun. 

Kalau Madey ni bangang, dah tentu kalah dgn Ku Li dulu. Tapi Madey menang 43 undi, tak kira la lampu padam ka, first kira Ku Li dah menang ka, sebab break Zohor ka, janji kira kali akhir Madey menang. 

Projek Empangan Bakun pun dah lama siap. Iban lemas ke terapung ke, apa dia peduli. Apsal tak belajar berenang awal-awal?

Projek kereta nasional Proton dah berjaya. Ramai rakyat Malaysia kena hukuman kerja berat 7 tahun atau 9 tahun dok bayar hutang kereta. Tak mau pakai Proton, pegi beli Honda. Tak mampu? Kayuh basikal. Kah kah kah!!!

Dia bersara senang hati, sebab anak pinak dia semua dah kaya-raya jutawan. Ada seorang anak dia dah berjaya jadi taukey todi San Miguel. Kawan-kawan dia Ananda, Vincent, Pek Khing, semua dah kaya-raya. Lingam Korek sampai sekarang tak ada orang berani usik.

Dia bersara bukan sebab bangang, tapi sebab tulang belakang dah herot, pungkoq dah pipih dan tali pinggang dah pakai habis lubang. Kalau boleh dia nak pulun sampai masuk lubang.


Madey tak bangang. Yang bangang UMNO, berpuluh tahun berketuakan orang bukan Melayu.

~Libang libu~




KUALA LUMPUR, 28 Dis: Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah meramalkan dalam pilihanraya umum ke 13 yang akan datang ini United Malay National Party (UMNO) akan menerima kekalahan lagi.

Dari pemerhatian beliau pengundi bukan Melayu semakin menjauhkan dari Barisan Nasional atau lebih tepat lagi lari dari UMNO.

Beliau dakwa ada kemungkinan Barisan Nasional dan juga Pakatan Rakyat tidak memiliki majoriti yang meyakinkan. Bila terjadi sedemikian, negara kita mungkin menghadapi krisis.

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UK's Times newspaper names Bouazizi person of 2011

reuters

Britain's The Times newspaper on Wednesday named as person of the year Mohamed Bouazizi, a Tunisian whose self immolation inspired uprisings that toppled dictators across the Arab world and shook the region's remaining autocracies.

Bouazizi set himself alight last year after officials confiscated the unemployed 26-year-old's unlicensed grocery cart, reportedly slapping and insulting him. His desperate act struck a chord with millions of Arabs living with few job prospects or avenues for change under entrenched autocracies.

"The Times today names Mohamed Bouazizi, the street vendor who became the inspiration for the Arab Spring, as its person of the year," the paper said on its front page. "Bouazizi was no revolutionary, yet his lonely protest served as the catalyst for a wave of revolts that have transformed the Middle East."

Bouazizi' death from his wounds in January prompted protests across Tunisia, forcing autocratic President Zine Al-Abidine Ben Ali to flee the country. Soon afterwards, millions took to the streets in Egypt, Libya, Syria and elsewhere to protest against repression, corruption, poverty and joblessness.

The uprisings unseated despots in Libya, Egypt and Yemen as well as Tunisia, while Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad's writ is disintegrating and other authoritarian rulers in the region are eyeing the tide of public anger with nervousness.

Tunisia has since elected new leaders through peaceful democratic elections.

In an October interview with Reuters, Bouazizi's mother Manoubia urged the new leaders to honor her son's sacrifice by helping poor people like him.

"Nothing would have happened if my son had not reacted against voicelessness and a lack of respect," she said.

"But I hope the people who are going to govern will be able to keep this message in mind and give consideration to all Tunisians, including the poor."

(Reporting by Mohammed Abbas)

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