Nurul Izzah Aidilfitri

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Isnin, 21 Februari 2011

YANG MENIPU PILIHANRAYA MESTI DI LAWAN




INI KEGANASAN DI MALAYSIA





MUBARAK JATUH KERANA RAKYAT TOLAK PILIHANRAYA TIPU
– harakah daily

Antara faktor penting kejatuhan regim Hosni Mubarak di Mesir adalah disebabkan penolakan rakyat terhadap pilihanraya-pilihanraya penuh penipuan.

Setiap kali pilihanraya, pihak pemerintah sentiasa mendapat kemenangan luarbiasa sedangkan hak sebenar rakyat dalam proses itu dinafikan.

Demikian dinyatakan ketua pembangkang, Anwar Ibrahim ketika berucap di majlis makan malam anjuran Keadilan Kelantan di PUTIK kelmarin.

Meskipun dalam bentuk berbeza, keresahan rakyat berkait perkara yang sama di negara ini bukan sesuatu yang harus dipandang mudah

nota:
dunia arab dan timur tengah sedang bergolak
rakyat selama berpuluh tahun telah ditipu dengan pilihanraya

macam macam cara digunakan:

pertama wujudkan suruhan pilihanraya yang sedia jadi barua
ini penting untuk menipu
wujudkan pengundi hantu
alih daftar pengundi
hilangkan nama pengundi
silapkan ejaan nama pengundi
batalkan borang penamaan calon pembangkang
beli calon pembangkang
tangkap calon pembangkang
siasat hutang calon pembangkang
bongkar kesah calon pembangkang
nafikan pembangkang dari membuat ceramah
kekang media dari membuat laporan tentang pembangkang
tangkap dan penjara tanpa bicara pemimpin pembangkang
tuduk pembangkang extremis islam
gaduhkan islam dengan bukan islam
bakar gereja

lihat ada persamaan atau tidak dengan apa yang berlaku di malaysia?

apakah ini secara kebetulan?
atau ini memang sifat pemerintah yang zalim



nota:
dunia arab masih bergolak
di mesir demo masih berterusan
di tunisia rakyat masih tidak puias hati
di libaya 200 telah shahid
di bahrain pertempuran berterusan
di tehran demo sednag di rancang
di moroko demo sedang berjalan


petikan dari akhbar the guardian london:

LIBYA

Libyans in Benghazi and elsewhere are being reminded to their cost that of all the Arab regimes shaken by popular uprisings in recent weeks, Muammar Gaddafi's is the most instinctively repressive. With the civilian death toll after four days of unrest now over 100 – at a conservative estimate – there is no sign the violence is going to end anytime soon

MASIH BERDEMO DI TUNIS





TUNISIA

Tunisian security forces fired into the air on Sunday as tens of thousands of demonstrators gathered downtown to call for the replacement of the interim government, a Reuters witness said.

Following weeks of relative calm, as many as 30,000 marchers gathered in front of the prime minister's building shouting slogans such as "Leave!" and "We don't want the friends of Ben Ali!". Security forces fired into the air.

More than a month after Ben Ali's departure, some Tunisians have complained the caretaker government charged with setting elections to replace him has failed to provide security amid a surge in crime and worries over political violence.

INI CHE DI MOROKO



MOROKO

Estimates now say a thousand or so protesters are out in Rabat's Bab el Had square, while there are more than a hundred in rainy Casablanca and people are also out in
Marrakech (which can be followed almost live at the mobile phone video site bambuser). My sources say Tangier seems more tame, but it is too early to tell overall numbers as people still seem to be arriving.

My figures may be conservative, as some Tweets are claiming several times this many. Police are remaining relatively discreet (compared to other countries), though Moroccan journalist Ali Lmrabet is reporting that two Italians have been detained in Casablanca. Train services to Rabat are running at a minimum, according to Twitter reports that I cannot confirm.

Libyans in Benghazi and elsewhere are being reminded to their cost that of all the Arab regimes shaken by popular uprisings in recent weeks, Muammar Gaddafi's is the most instinctively repressive. With the civilian death toll after four days of unrest now over 100 – at a conservative estimate – there is no sign the violence is going to end anytime soon

LAGI LAPORAN

LIBYA
The death toll in the Libyan city of Benghazi has risen to 104, according to Human Rights Watch, after at least 20 people were killed on Saturday. There are reports of dozens of anti-government protesters shot in the eastern city by army and security forces.

The pro-government Al-zahf al-akhdar newspaper warned on Saturday that the government would "violently and thunderously respond" to the protests, and said those opposing the regime risked "suicide". One witness told Reuters, "Dozens were killed ... We are in the midst of a massacre here."

ANAK KECIL DI MINAMA BAHRAIN


BAHRAIN

Thousands of anti-government protesters camped overnight at Pearl roundabout in the capital Manama. They had reclaimed the site yesterday after the security forces abruptly surrendered it.On orders from the crown prince, troops and armoured vehicles had withdrawn from the square, which they had taken over on Thursday after riot police staged a night-time attack on a sit-in by protesters, killing four people and wounding 231. Crown Prince Salman has been appointed by the king to lead a dialogue with opposition groups.

INI DI YEMEN


YEMEN

Supporters of the Yemeni president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, tried to break up a demonstration by opponents of the government this morning and shots were fired as unrest in the country entered its ninth straight day. As many as 50 government supporters tried to disrupt the demonstration by more than 1,000 Saleh opponents gathered outside Sana'a University chanting, "Leave, Ali."

One Saleh supporter fired shots from an assault rifle, but there were no reported casualties. Both sides fired weapons on Saturday in protests outside the university - the first reported use of firearms by demonstrators.


MOROCCO

Thousands of Moroccans are expected to join nationwide protests on Sunday to demand that King Mohammed hand some of his powers to a newly elected government and make the justice system more independent. The street protests will also urge the king to dismiss the coalition government and dissolve parliament.


CHINA DAH MULA TAKUT KEANA ZALIM

Jittery Chinese authorities staged a show of force Sunday to stamp out a mysterious online call for a "Jasmine Revolution" apparently modelled after pro-democracy demonstrations sweeping the Middle East, according to AP.

Authorities detained activists, increased the number of police on the streets and censored online calls to stage protests in Beijing, Shanghai and 11 other major cities. Citizens were urged to shout "We want food, we want work, we want housing, we want fairness", a slogan that highlights common complaints among ordinary Chinese.


4 ulasan:

kalbunUMNO berkata...

kami akan ke jalanraya,

Bila akal kami tidak percaya,
bila hati kami terus membenci,
akhbar gemuk berisi penipuan,
TV busuk dengan perbohongan,
siang malam asyik mengampu,
petang pagi membodek sentiasa,
yang hitam menjadi putih,
yang harum menjadi busuk,

kami akan ke jalanraya,

bila penimbang berat sebelah,
bila pengadil berpehak lawan,
SPR yang membelah sempadan,
menentukan tarikh masa,
siapa yang jadi pengundi,
tunjuk si dia wakil rakyat,
SPR bukan berada ditengah,
dua belah kaki dan tangan,
Diikat gaji dan pangkat,
mulut membisu telinga tersumbat
hilang tenggelam adil dan ikhlas.

kami akan ke jalanraya,

Bila periuk kami menjadi mahal,
perut kami tertambah kempis,
jalanraya sudah bercukai,
saman menjadi perniagaan,
minyak meringankan poket.
gula dihitung biji,
susu anak bagaikan emas,
bawang merah bagaikan berlian,
ikan selayang menjadi raja,
kicap budu sehari berkerja,
selaras, pantau menjadi zikir,
tarik lesen diulang ratib,
mulut berbuih janji dan harapan.

kami akan ke jalanraya,

Rasuah jadi budaya,
harta negara dirembat senang,
milik rakyat dirompak depan mata,
perjanjian kontrek jadi taruhan,
peratus dapat hasil ali baba,
SPRM mulut ternganga,
hebat nama melutut tunduk.

kami akan ke jalanraya,

Tanpa Nama berkata...

kalau dah China negara Komunis ni yang rakyatnya sentiasa di takaut2kan,
pun berani turun jalanraya,
aku tak tau nak kata apa dah la rakyat malaysia yg tak berani turun nih,
memang bacul tahap tadak telor lah

Tanpa Nama berkata...

Sajak oleh 11:46....

amat indah
segar dan bergaya

nilainya sama taraf sajak usman awang
sesuai utk rakyat marhain
dan muda mudi yang biadap

syabas...

Tanpa Nama berkata...

Bagus Bangun anak Muda...bantu lah situa yg merasa dirinya masih muda...