Nurul Izzah Aidilfitri

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Selasa, 9 September 2008

SEJARAH HURUF A

Mahathir cakap ABK - 1988
Mahathir cakap ABM - 1988
Mahathir cakap ABA - 1998
Mahathir cakap ABD - 2004
Mahathir cakap ABN - 2008

ABK = Asalkan Bukan KuLi
ABM = Asalkan Bukan Musa
ABA = Asalkan Bukan Anwar
ABD = Asalkan Bukan Dolah
ABN = Asalkan Bukan Najib

Rakyat jawab ABM - Asalkan Bukan Mahathir - 1998
Rakyat jawab ABN - Asalkan Bukan Najib - 2007
Rakyat jawab ABD - Asalkan Bukan Dolah – 2008

Tahun 2008 rakyat jawab ABU = Asalkan Bukan Umno – Mahathir ikut rakyat ke... keluar UMNO ….kah kah kah…… ni nak masuk balik ? kah kah kah….

Kah kah kah…… pelik orang tua ni…. kah kah kah – boleh pegang ke cakap dia ni…kah kah kah…. asalkan bukan aku kena tangkap….. kah kah kah.

4 ulasan:

hafiz berkata...

UMNO semakin hilang punca. langit ke 7 telah mencabut tali pedoman buat mereka. kini mereka teraba-raba dalam maupun diluar kain. bukan hanya buta mata tetapi juga hilang deria rasa. lalu, berkokoklah kesana kesini. "hidup melayu!!!!" "orang lain hanya menumpang!!!" lagi kata mereka... sedangkan mereka tak nampak bahwa hidup melayu yang dilaungkan adalah sejenis munafik yang tak terampunkan lagi. Hapuskan RASIS!!!! pandang ke depan yop oiii!!!

rocky din berkata...

tuan hisham, tlg bikin satu satira dimana dua kumpulan perompak berbalah diantara mereka kerana masing2 menuding jari kerana kegagalan merompak lagi.

wakakaka !

haji cia berkata...

https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/tw.html

Taiwan has a dynamic capitalist economy with gradually decreasing guidance of investment and foreign trade by the authorities. In keeping with this trend, some large, state-owned banks and industrial firms are being privatized. Exports have provided the primary impetus for industrialization. The island runs a large trade surplus, and its foreign reserves are among the world's largest. Despite restrictions on cross-strait links, China has overtaken the US to become Taiwan's largest export market and its second-largest source of imports after Japan. China is also the island's number one destination for foreign direct investment. Strong trade performance in 2007 pushed Taiwan's GDP growth rate above 5%, and unemployment is below 4%.


GDP - composition by sector:

agriculture: 1.4%
industry: 27.5%
services: 71.1% (2007 est.)

Agriculture - products:

rice, corn, vegetables, fruit, tea; pigs, poultry, beef, milk; fish

Apa pasal aku tak nampak Kepoweran Taiwan dalam agro nih? sampai berpuluh2 MP nak kena pegi sana? Nnt aku tanya lebai google lagi..

master berkata...

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