Wednesday, February 1, 2012

SEBUAH MESIN JAHIT Utk MB Kedah Ust Azizan

Mesin jahit style lama ini amat sesuai.
Perlu kita akui, tak payah susah-susah masuk kandang Shahrezat untuk menjadi seekor lembu. Kadang-kadang secara automatik kita akan jadi seekor lembu di tempat parking kereta, semasa memandu di jalanraya, sewaktu melempar sampah dari tingkap rumah malah sewaktu makan pun kita boleh berubah menjadi seekor lembu.

Hatta jangan hairan, duduk di kerusi Menteri Besar Kedah pun penjawatnya boleh menjadi seekor lembu yg gemok.

MB Kedah harus sedar, setakat ini hikayat perjuangannya lurus. Tak ada naik bukit masuk hutan, turun bukit masuk jel. Meski pun dia boleh cakap bergegar-gegar bahawa dia sudah berpuloh-puloh tahun main politik dan sudah masak dengan asam garam politik. MB Kedah kena sedar diri, jgn buat macam Madey yg tak pernah sedar-sedar diri bahawa dia bukan Melayu ori. Kena sedar bahawa dirinya belum diuji dgn makan nasik digaul kuku kaki, batang tengkok kena karate, tulang belakang lari 'alignment' kena penendang, dipaksa minum 'air kecil' dan bermacam jenis ujian yg kreatif-kreatif. Itu pasal dia tak nampak AUKU sebenarnya cucu ISA.

MB Kedah pernah kena ISA? Mungkin kot, tapi aku tak pernah terbaca.

Dalam menangani isu pelajar KUIN yg digantung pengajian mereka, kita boleh nampak betapa dangkalnya dan betapa tersangap-sangapnya tindakan MB Kedah dalam mencari penyelesaian. Punya lah hamprak, dia boleh sokong AUKU!

Boleh gerenti aci hisap cekam kuku sendiri, ayat bodoh bangang kepala bana macam gitu tak akan keluar dari mulut Nizar, Khalid Ibrahim dan Nik Aziz. Hadi Awang entah.

Susah siksa hati perut MB Kedah utk menentang AUKU. Berbelih-belih berbelit-belit tali perutnya. Kalau ikut kata Peguam Pas (disini), pergi beramboslah dari Pakatan Rakyat! Sebab Pakatan Rakyat sudah berbuih-buih mulut mencanangkan pendidikan PERCUMA utk rakyat, tup-tup sekor ustaz ini dok main tarik tali dgn lembu lagi. Aplancaw?!?

Maka oleh itu sayugia dicadangkan, memandangkan MB Kedah ini asyik sakit itu ini, makan tiram pun dah tak boleh, kayuh basikal pun dah tak larat (sorong larat pulak? kahkahkah kah kah!!!) dan mata pun dah tak berapa terang, mari kita hadiahkan MB Kedah ini sebuah mesin jahit duduk. Mudah-mudahan dia sedar masih ada ibu-ibu yg susah payah mengambil upah menjahit untuk menanggung perbelanjaan pengajian anak-anak mereka di universiti. Lu senang-senang sokong mereka digantung!

Juga sekiranya ustaz ini rasa susah sangat jadi MB, duduk lah dalam rumah diam-diam dan ambik upah menjahit kain pelikat.

(Klik 'Like' dibawah tajuk posting sekiranya anda setuju artikel ini, kalau tak setuju pergi masuk kandang Shahrezat. KAH KAH KAH!!!) 

~Libang Libu~

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MADEY Tahu George Bush CEBOK Atau Tidak

Alhamdulillah...
Sempat saya bertemu dgn George Bush.
Sempat juga saya bersalaman dengannya.

Tulang belakang herot benyot. Pungkoq makin hari makin pipih. Pakai tali pinggang dah habis lubang. Dah tua. Kalau berjalan nampak melengkung.

Sekali dia bukak mulut, selonggok taik naik atas muka. (disini)

Madey naik stim dan cuba ambik kesempatan bila Mat Nuar berkomen di AWSJ berbunyi, 

"Some refuse to recognize the state of Israel,” he said, “but I think our policy should be clear – protect the security [of Israel] but you must be as firm in protecting the legitimate interests of the Palestinians." (sini)

Terjemahan: "Ada sebahagian yang menolak pengiktirafan negara Israel. Tetapi polisi kita mesti jelas - menjaga keselamatan (Israel) tetapi mesti mempunyai ketegasan yang sama di dalam menjaga kepentingan orang2 Palestin"

Kalau nak tau lebih lanjut pergi ke blog Malaysia Waves

Madey bukan reti sedar-sedar diri. Siapa yang bayar pelobi zionis Jack Abramoff? Sebenarnya berjuta duit kita rakyat Malaysia hangus masuk kantung Jack Abramoff semata-mata kerana Madey al Mamakkutty ini naik berahi nak cium tangan George Bush. (tak caya baca kat sini)!

Ada bau taik ka tangan George Bush?

George Bush cebok atau tidak. Kah kah kah kah!!!

~Libang Libu~

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Remember Perak

Before Malaysia really becomes the world's laughing stock, it is up to all Malaysians and not just Perakians to boot out BN.

Photo of Perak MB taken in the dark
There has been widespread rumours that Parliament will be dissolved anytime in February with Feb 6 being bandied about as one of the likely dates to pave the way for polling on March 11 (there seems to be a general consensus on this March date for the polls from various sources). This goes to explain the heightened political activity in Perak from late last year till the present.

The recent big activity in Perak is, of course, the National Chinese New Year Open House celebration hosted by Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak in Sitiawan on Jan 28. It is just too much of a coincidence that Perak is hosting this big event. Something is on the boil and yes, many are already saying that the continuous presence of Barisan Nasional bigwigs in Perak is an indicator that polls will be held very soon.

In the meantime, Perakians will be “celebrating” two dramatic anniversaries in February:

Feb 5 – the third anniversary of the fall of the Pakatan Rakyat state government; and
Feb 9 – the second anniversary of Umno’s Zambry Abdul Kadir being declared as the menteri besar by the Federal Court who upheld the Court of Appeal’s decision via a 5-0 verdict in favour of the Umno man.
A quick recap on how the Perak power-grab came about. Just before the Chinese Lunar New Year of 2009 (Year of the Ox) at around the third week of January, Umno’s state assemblyman for Bota, Nasarudin Hashim, jumped over to PKR and this triggered off a string of defections and dramatic events that would be instrumental in the downfall of Perak.

The main event was the disappearance of three Pakatan lawmakers who suddenly became incommunicado with their party leaders only to appear several days later at a press conference together with the then deputy prime minister Najib Tun Razak to declare that they were BN-friendly.

The names of the “Terrible Three” are Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi (state assemblyman of Behrang, ex-PKR); Kapt (B) Mohd Osman Mohd Jailu (state assemblyman of Changkat Jering, ex-PKR); and Hee Yit Foong (state assemblyman of Jelapang, ex-DAP).

This dastardly deed by Najib just before assuming the prime ministership on April 3, 2009, gives a clear indication of the sort of leader that he is – someone diabolical who has no scruples and is willing to achieve his goals by hook or by crook, with the latter being the usual means employed.

Sadly too, Malaysians have no say on the choice of prime minister as the post is handed over from one Umno president to the next Umno president. The solution then would be to boot out Umno and Barisan Nasional (BN) entirely by voting them out in the coming 13th general election.

As the polls are to be called very soon, BN leaders have stepped up their campaign in Perak. Long lines of the RM500 cash aid recipients are shown in the mainstream papers and banners have been put up by BN in the rural areas and small towns in Perak to tell all and sundry that the cash aid comes from the BN political coalition. The BN federal government is thus deceiving the rakyat as this cash aid is from the taxpayers’ money.

‘Homestay projects’

Besides the cash aid, Umno members are having “homestay” projects in 135 villages in Larut, Parit Buntar, Bagan Serai, Bukit Gantang, Taiping, Padang Rengas (parliamentary seat of Nazri Aziz), Beruas and Lumut wherein Umno members will stay with the village folk to show their so-called care and concern for the rakyat and, at the same time, bad-mouth the opposition while singing praises of Umno.

This project is carried out in areas that Umno thinks are not to easy to win over. The parliamentary seats of Parit Buntar, Bukit Gantang, Taiping and Beruas belonging to Pakatan are very “black areas”, according to Umno.

Going by the results of the previous general election, there are 16 state seats in Perak which can swing either way due to small winning margins of less than 1,000 votes. Here are the results from the previous polls in March 2008:

1. Selama – BN won by a margin of 355 votes.
2. Kubu Gajah – BN won by a margin of 66 votes.
3. Kuala Kurau – PKR won by a margin of 467 votes.
4. Alor Pongsu – BN won by a margin of 95 votes.
5. Selinsing – PAS won by a margin of 547 votes.
6. Kuala Sapetang – PKR won by a margin of 564 votes.
7. Trong – BN won by a margin of 916 votes.
8. Kamunting – BN won by margin of 555 votes.
9. Pokok Assam – DAP won by a margin of 865 votes.
10. Lubok Merbau – PAS won by a margin of 72 votes.
11. Manjoi – BN won by margin of 348 votes.
12. Kepayang – DAP won by a margin of 490 votes.
13. Manong – BN won by a margin of 749 votes.
14. Pengkalan Baharu – BN won by margin of 14 votes.
15. Sungai Rapat – BN won by a margin of 636 votes.
16. Teja – PKR won by a margin of 175 votes.

Besides the above swing seats, there has been a shifting of voting streams (polling centres) done by the Election Commission and an increase in the names of at least 40,000 dubious voters and postal voters. Below is a sample:

1. Kamunting – an increase of 1,102 voters.
2. Temenggor – an increase 690 voters.
3. Pengkalan Hulu – an increase of 506 voters.
4. Chenderiang – an increase of 255 voters (the sole MCA seat belonging to Dr Mah Hang Soon).
5. Sungai Rapat – an increase of 248 voters.
6. Pangkor – an increase of 5,669 postal voters (Zambry’s seat).

The increased political activity in Perak had started last year. Activities included Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s visit to the state to distribute a large allocation of funds to religious schools and MCA president Dr Chua Soi Lek’s forays into Perak rural villages to drum into the rural Chinese that hudud law is a certainty if Pakatan wins control of the federal government.

Power tussle in Perak Umno

Even in Perak Umno itself it is a hotbed of political activity. There are three camps in Umno tussling for power: Zambry’s camp; Second Finance Minister Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah’s camp; and
Sungai Rapat state assemblyperson Hamidah Osman’s camp.
Ahmad Husni is Najib’s man while Zambry is still known as the Court MB trying to get into Najib’s good books.

The blogger who made an accusation against Nga Kor Ming (DAP’s Taiping MP) pertaining to a tailoring contract even went to see Zambry first before making the accusation.
This is called “The Saiful Tactic” (as Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan went to see the prime minister for a scholarship before accusing Anwar Ibrahim of sodomy).

Zambry also lacks leadership qualities due to his flip-flopping. He has made a statement that only winnable candidates are to be fielded in the coming polls and those who lost in the previous general election will be dropped only to backtrack later by saying that recycled candidates will be fielded.

There is much goings-on in the Umno camps as each one is fighting for power for himself.

In the meantime, to woo over the Malay voters, Umno leaders are still using the same old line of “(Former Pakatan MB) Nizar (Jamaluddin) derhaka” and “Nizar is DAP’s puppet”. Whether this will work or not is still left to be seen.

At the end of the day, the Perak power-grab executed by BN via undemocratic, unprincipled and unethical means is clearly illegal but as usual this is Malaysia Boleh and anything goes.
Before Malaysia really becomes the world’s laughing stock, it is up to all Malaysians and not just Perakians to boot out BN so that Perak and Malaysia can shine again in the world’s political stage. Already there is talk on the ground that dubious voters and phantom voters can win the day for BN.

Therefore, the rallying cry for Pakatan should be “Remember Perak”, similar to the American battlecry for courage “Remember the Alamo”.


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‘Wenger Out’ – Rwandan President Tweets That Arsenal Boss Should Quit

It's Rwandan prez people. Rwandan...


he Tweeted:

“I very much support Arsenal – but to be honest Wenger needs to coach another team now and Arsenal needs another coach.”
“When a good team (players) and a good coach fail for long to deliver, one of them has to change, or even both!!”
“The real/main danger is for anyone to get used to mediocre/lacklustre performance and/or results and accepts to live with it … or keeps finding excuses for it!!!”

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Imran Khan says Rushdie's work painful for Muslims

from Harakah

KOLKATA, Jan 31: Describing the writings of Salman Rushdie as "painful" for the Muslim community, Pakistani politician and former cricket captain Imran Khan (pic) on Monday said no one had a right to humiliate someone's belief.

"First of all what is painful for a human community only the human community should decide, the issue is not what Rushdie wrote (in his novel 'The Satanic Verses'). The real issue is that nobody has the right to inflict pain on a society," Khan said during an interactive session at the Kolkata Book Fair.

"We should have respect to what is painful to each other and no one should have a right to inflict pain on each other," he said.

He, however, blamed the Muslim leadership for failing to understand the values of the society and the community.

"The Satanic Verses" of Rushdie, a British-Indian author, was banned in India and many countries 20 years back after allegation that the novel's portrayal of Prophet Muhammad insulted Islam.

Rushdie recently cancelled his visit to India for attending a literature festival in Jaipur after the authorities there warned the controversial author that he was a potential target of assassins at the event.

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