Monday, February 20, 2012


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Kereta nasional Protong.

Memasyhurkan 'liwat'.

Empangan Bakun. Perwaja Steel. BMF? PKFZ.

Litar Sepang yg haram tak guna. Kalah sabung dgn George Soros.

Lingam Korek-korek-korek. Kes Tun Saleh Abas.

KLIA byk burung dari kapal terbang.

Jambatan bengkang-bengkok tak jadi, nak kena pelempang dgn Lee Kuan Yew! KAH KAH KAH
Laluan dalam air pulak... Si botak berair lagi?!? Kah kah kah!!!

Berutus-utus surat dgn Israel. (sini) Gatai na??

Bangga bukan main anak jadi tauke arak San Miguel (Sini)

Ada banyak lagi. Cuma tak terlintas dlm kepala aku sekarang. Tolong bagi cadangan. Nanti aku updatekan list ini.

patih kala said...
Hang Tolong Tambah Kat List Hang....., Inilah Manusia Haram Jadah Kat Malaysia... Yang Merosakkan Bangsa Melayu Dan Islam Tercinta...!!!

Asang Ali Idong Kembang kena tau, inilah sebenarnya;

Bapak kepada bapak segala parasit.

~Libang Libu~


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"What bloody mandate you are talking about? (sini)
It is madat fool..."

Kuasa dan wang ringgit ialah madat paling power dalam dunia. (kalau tak tau makna 'madat', pergi cukur kening dan basuh muka...KAH KAH KAH KAH!!!)

Kuasa dan wang ringgit juga ialah the greatest aphrodisiac. Kalau tidak masakan ada awek-awek Melayu sanggup kena celup dgn Mat Nigeria.

Kalau tidak masakan Altantuya sanggup turun dari Dataran Tibet dan menuju ke Tanah Melayu? Ini kerana tarikan  madat.

Kalau tak kena madatnya juga, Ziana Zain pun tak mau berkaraoke free free. Kan?

~Libang Libu~

An Idiot's Guide to the Palestinian Conflict

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For centuries there was no such conflict. In the 19th century the land of Palestine was inhabited by a multicultural population – approximately 86 percent Muslim, 10 percent Christian, and 4 percent Jewish – living in peace.


In the late 1800s a group in Europe decided to colonize this land. Known as Zionists, they represented an extremist minority of the Jewish population. Their goal was to create a Jewish homeland, and they considered locations in Africa and the Americas, before settling on Palestine.

At first, this immigration created no problems. However, as more and more Zionists immigrated to Palestine – many with the express wish of taking over the land for a Jewish state – the indigenous population became increasingly alarmed. Eventually, fighting broke out, with escalating waves of violence. Hitler's rise to power, combined with Zionist activities to sabotage efforts to place Jewish refugees in western countries, led to increased Jewish immigration to Palestine, and conflict grew.

UN Partition Plan

Finally, in 1947 the United Nations decided to intervene. However, rather than adhering to the principle of “self-determination of peoples,” in which the people themselves create their own state and system of government, the UN chose to revert to the medieval strategy whereby an outside power divides up other people’s land.

Under considerable Zionist pressure, the UN recommended giving away 55% of Palestine to a Jewish state – despite the fact that this group represented only about 30% of the total population, and owned under 7% of the land.

1947-1949 War

While it is widely reported that the resulting war eventually included five Arab armies, less well known is the fact that throughout this war Zionist forces outnumbered all Arab and Palestinian combatants combined – often by a factor of two to three. Moreover, Arab armies did not invade Israel – virtually all battles were fought on land that was to have been the Palestinian state.

On April 9, 1948, Jewish soldiers carried out the slaughter of Deir Yassin in a cold and premeditated fashion, lining men, women and children up against the walls and shooting them

Finally, it is significant to note that Arab armies entered the conflict only after Zionist forces had committed 16 massacres, including the grisly massacre of over 100 men, women, and children at Deir Yassin. Future Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin, head of one of the Jewish terrorist groups, described this as “splendid,” and stated: “As in Deir Yassin, so everywhere, we will attack and smite the enemy. God, God, Thou has chosen us for conquest.” Zionist forces committed 33 massacres altogether.

By the end of the war, Israel had conquered 78 percent of Palestine; three-quarters of a million Palestinians had been made refugees; over 500 towns and villages had been obliterated; and a new map was drawn up, in which every city, river and hillock received a new, Hebrew name, as all vestiges of the Palestinian culture were to be erased. For decades Israel denied the existence of this population, former Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir once saying: “There is no such thing as a Palestinian.”

1967 War & USS Liberty

In 1967, Israel conquered still more land. Following the Six Day War, in which Israeli forces launched a highly successful surprise attack on Egypt, Israel occupied the final 22% of Palestine that had eluded it in 1948 – the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Since, according to international law it is inadmissible to acquire territory by war, these are occupied territories and do not belong to Israel. It also occupied parts of Egypt (since returned) and Syria (which remain under occupation).

Also during the Six Day War, Israel attacked a US Navy ship, the USS Liberty, killing and injuring over 200 American servicemen. President Lyndon Johnson recalled rescue flights, saying that he did not want to "embarrass an ally." (In 2004 a high-level commission chaired by Admiral Thomas Moorer, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, found this attack to be “an act of war against the United States,” a fact few news media have reported.)

Current Conflict

There are two primary issues at the core of this continuing conflict. First, there is the inevitably destabilizing effect of trying to maintain an ethnically preferential state, particularly when it is largely of foreign origin. The original population of what is now Israel was 96 percent Muslim and Christian, yet, these refugees are prohibited from returning to their homes in the self-described Jewish state (and those within Israel are subjected to systematic discrimination).

Second, Israel's continued military occupation and confiscation of privately owned land in the West Bank, and control over Gaza, are extremely oppressive, with Palestinians having minimal control over their lives. Over 10,000 Palestinian men, women, and children are held in Israeli prisons. Few of them have had a legitimate trial; Physical abuse and torture are frequent. Palestinian borders (even internal ones) are controlled by Israeli forces. Periodically men, women, and children are strip searched; people are beaten; women in labor are prevented from reaching hospitals (at times resulting in death); food and medicine are blocked from entering Gaza, producing an escalating humanitarian crisis. Israeli forces invade almost daily, injuring, kidnapping, and sometimes killing inhabitants.

According to the Oslo peace accords of 1993, these territories were supposed to finally become a Palestinian state. However, after years of Israel continuing to confiscate land and conditions steadily worsening, the Palestinian population rebelled. (The Barak offer, widely reputed to be generous, was anything but.) This uprising, called the "Intifada" (Arabic for "shaking off") began at the end of September 2000.

US involvement

Largely due to special-interest lobbying, U.S. taxpayers give Israel an average of $7 million per day, and since its creation have given more U.S. funds to Israel than to any other nation. As Americans learn about how Israel is using our tax dollars, many are calling for an end to this expenditure.

US army general says striking Iran bad move

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Ynetnews, 19 February 2012

WASHINGTON, Feb 19: The Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, Army General Martin Dempsey said Saturday that an Israeli strike on Iran "wouldn’t achieve its long-term objectives" and would be "destabilizing."

In an interview with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, Dempsey said that taking military action against the Islamic Republic would not be not "prudent."

The US general claimed that the economic sanctions imposed on Iran together with international pressure are beginning to have an effect. “We are of the opinion that Iran is a rational actor. We also know, or we believe we know, that the Iranian regime has not decided to make a nuclear weapon."

Addressing the possibility of the US arming the Syrian opposition, Dempsey said "I think intervening in Syria would be very difficult." He explained that international actors like Turkey, Russia and Iran all have an interest in Syria.

Earlier on Saturday British Foreign Secretary William Hague said that Iran is clearly trying to develop a nuclear weapons capability, and if it succeeds it will set off a dangerous round of nuclear proliferation across the Middle East.


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Zlatan Ibrahimovic silenced his critics by putting in a man-of-the-match performance as Arsenal were demolished by AC Milan at the San Siro.

The Swedish striker has gained worldwide recognition as one of the best players on the planet. However for some reason, English football fans have long been sceptical of his abilities.

A criticism often levelled at ‘Ibra’ is that he doesn’t turn up in the big games, or that he’s never really performed in the Champions League. This myth was debunked on Wednesday night.

Two assists and a goal showed Arsenal fans what could have been. Wenger tried to sign the striker twelve years ago but the deal collapsed when Ibra allegedly refused to take part in a trial.

Although one good performance against an admittedly terrible Arsenal side won’t be enough to convince everyone of his talents, it’s certainly a good start. Five goals and three assists from five Champions League starts this season is admirable, including scoring against his former club Barcelona in the group stages.


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Sebesar anak cacing kerawit pun Tun Razak tak terlibat dalam pembentukan FELDA. Kena tau sejarah. Mulut jgn cepat melopong. Orang tuang minyak tanah pun nak telan.

Walau pun aku tau Tun Razak pernah dibaling telur di Austrlia dan Tun Razak pernah kecut perut dgn Soekarno sewaktu kempen Ganyang Malaysia, namun aku tetap memandang tinggi Tun Razak. Pun begitu, aku tak lah taksub sangat sampai nak cium batu kubur dia.

Aku cuma telah tertelan bulat-bulat momokkan UMNO bahawa FELDA itu buah fikiran Tun Razak. UMNO nak tunjuk pemimpinnya lah yg banyak berjasa kepada umat Melayu.

Aku percaya Tun Razak sikit haram pun tak hingin dikenang dijulang sedemikian rupa.

Jangan terkejut, sebenarnya FELDA ialah buah bijik pemikiran British. Rancangan FELDA untuk umat Melayu ialah sepertimana rancangan penempatan kampung-kampung baru untuk orang Cina. Ini adalah bertujuan untuk mengekang pengaruh komunis kedalam 2 golongan majoriti Tanah Melayu ketika itu. (sini)

Mazlan Aliman orang kuat ANAK pun terkena lendir UMNO jugak lah! Legasi apa pulak ni?? (sini) Kah kah kah!!! Kehulu kehilir satu Malaya pukul canang bab FELDA. Asal usul FELDA pun tak hafal.

Mana ada legasi? Yang aku tau legasinya tak pernah miss melawat Batu Caves tiap-tiap tahun.

~Libang Libu~