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Ahad, 22 Februari 2015

KU LI TERLAMBAT




KOMENTAR
ku li ini
adalah calon tetap
presiden parti ketuanan melayu

ku li juga calon tetap
perdana menteri malaysia




Aktiviti pembalakan tidak terkawal antara punca banjir 

besar, kata Ku Li -

Ahli Parlimen Gua Musang Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah tidak menolak pembukaan tanah pertanian dan aktiviti pembalakan tidak terkawal antara punca kejadian banjir besar melanda Kelantan akhir Disember lepas.
Beliau berkata kesan daripada kegiatan itu juga menjadi penyebab beberapa sungai utama khususnya Sungai Belatop di Lojing menjadi cetek dan mudah melimpahi tebing apabila hujan lebat pada musim tengkujuh.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/bahasa/article/aktiviti-pembalakan-tidak-terkawal-antara-punca-banjir-besar-kata-ku-li#sthash.IfZ2zmY1.dpuf


KAH KAH KAH

woit
ampoooon tunku
tunku terlambat
kah kah kah
masa banjir tunku
tak berani bersuara
ni dah masuk musim panas
kah kah kah
kesian pada tunku

YA AMPOOOON

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SATU LAGI TANDA




KOMENTAR
berita di bawah keluar
di akhbar sinar harian
apa yang penting dalam berita ini
ialah keberanian akhbar ini
menyiarkan komen mengutuk najib

ini adalah tanda tanda
bahawa najib akan ditendang
ini maknanya rosmah akan terbarai

bila kayu sudah condong
bukan saja kura kura memanjat
jadi ambin tempat terberak




Najib sepatutnya tak jawab apa-apa

Najib Razak sebenarnya tidak perlu menjawab ketika diajukan soalan mengenai kenyataan bekas anggota Unit Tindakan Khas, Sirul Azhar Umar bahawa dia diarah pihak atasan dalam kes pembunuhan model Mongolia, Altantuya Shaaribuu.

Ketua Jabatan Komunikasi Pusat Pengajian Teknologi Multimedia dan Komunikasi Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM), Dr Mohd Khairie Ahmad berkata, pastinya jawapan ‘mengarut’ yang diberikan Najib mengenai isu itu boleh menimbulkan pelbagai tanggapan.


“Polemik timbul apabila cara Najib jawab seolah-olah ingin mengetepikan persoalan tersebut atau menidakkan kemungkinan tentang perkara itu.



KAH KAH KAH

woit
tanda sudah sampai
tanda sudah jelas
najib kena terajang
rosmah kena halau

PADAN MUKA
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NAJIB KENA TIBAI LAGI




KOMENTAR

ini dari meja pengarang
ini dasar akhbar
ini bukan surat dari pembaca
ini dari akhbar australia

australia di mana sirul
sedang menginap

berita ini berita baik
berita ini berita amat baik

kita goreng lagi
sasaran akhir 
ialah sekatan ekonomi
kepada malaysia

sama saperti yang berlaku
di iraq
di libya


Anwar case a stain on Malaysia’s reputation

Sentenced to five years in jail on a "sodomy" charge: Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim.
Sentenced to five years in jail on a "sodomy" charge: Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim. Photo: Reuters
EDITORIAL
With the jailing of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim last week, Malaysia appears to have again resorted to dubious law to eliminate political challenges.
The prison term and the ban together bar the 67 year old from politics for a total of 10 years, effectively ending his political career. 
This unfortunate practice has been seen in many Asian nations: Thailand, Myanmar and Singapore are in the unsavoury line-up.
All too often, the courts are used to shape the course of politics. Opponents and vocal critics are arrested, charged, convicted and jailed. Sometimes the courts are doing the governments' bidding. Sometimes, it seems, the courts are trying to second-guess the desires of the nation's rulers or to put their own (usually conservative) stamp on developments.
Whether at the government's instigation, or acting on its own initiative, Malaysia's highest court trod a regressive line on Mr Anwar's case. Rejecting an appeal against his conviction on a charge of "sodomy" (having sexual relations in 2008 with a young man who had worked for him), the court upheld the five-year jail sentence handed down by a lower court last March.
Prison terms of more than one year in Malaysia also carry a five-year ban on standing for political office, effective from the date of release. The prison term and the ban together bar the 67 year old from politics for a total of 10 years, effectively ending his political career.
Critics around the world have deplored the ruling, the archaic law, and Malaysia's failure to deal in a mature and responsible way with Mr Anwar, whose three-party Pakatan Rakyat alliance almost toppled the government at the last national election.
Ordinary Malaysians are increasingly fed up with the vast wealth displayed by the nation's elites, by the abrogation of rule of law, and the rulers' almost casual disregard of people's needs. There is fear the rulers' rampant greed is influencing their political decisions and Malaysia is the poorer for it. The ruling UMNO party, the United Malays National Organisation which has enjoyed nearly six decades of running Malaysia, is on the nose.
Pakatan campaigned in the last election as a clean player and one that would provide a long-overdue change from Malaysia's usual system of entrenched patronage and corruption. Led by Mr Anwar, Pakatan won most ballots in the poll and the coalition was only prevented from taking power by the distribution of votes in Malaysia's gerrymandered seats. 
Since his sentencing, Mr Anwar has been no real threat to the Malaysian government. Locked up in a spartan jail cell (with a thin foam mattress on the floor and a squat toilet, according to his lawyers), his political career has been cut short, his ambitions stymied. A challenge to the government has been quashed. Yet the government insists the judges determined Mr Anwar's guilt with no political interference and the independence of the judiciary was in no way compromised.
The Human Rights Watch monitoring group described the court's verdict as a "travesty" and cited research that noted the discriminatory law under which Mr Anwar had been convicted had only been wheeled out seven times since 1938. 
It's almost impossible to tell whether or not the judges were entirely judicially impartial, or whether anyone from the government gave them a nudge, or whether they acted independently to rid the government of a vocal critic. In any case, the nature of the so-called crime and the hounding of Mr Anwar over the years has stained Malaysia's reputation. The sooner that particular "sodomy" law is abolished, the better for the nation. 
On the face of it, Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak can now rest easy but he and his supporters should remember that Mr Anwar's most vocal critics from within the ruling UMNO party may well now turn their sights on the Prime Minister. 
With the threat of the popular Mr Anwar looming large, they stood firm behind the party boss. With that threat largely eliminated, these in-party critics may feel the leash is off. Certainly Dr Mahathir Mohamad, once a long-standing UMNO prime minister, has cast aside party allegiances to publicly excoriate Mr Najib's performance and ask him to resign.
At the same time, the recent arrest of an outspoken political cartoonist known as Zunar, for a typically critical tweet slamming Mr Anwar's verdict, has done little to reassure those international observers who doubt the government's direction. 
Using archaic sedition laws to silence critics such as Zunar is hardly the mark of a modern, moderate nation in charge of its destiny.












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BILA ISLAM JADI MELAYU





BILA ISLAM  JADI MALAYU
Melayu memang bangsa paling bodoh... Terjemehan Al Quran ikut sukahati mak bapak dia... Mana keadilan Illahi? Kalau makan rasuah, rembat harta rakyat dan zalim masuk syurga..janji dia Islam...kalau orang bukan Islam membantu sesama hamba Allah tidak kira ugama mesti masuk neraka.... Erti kafir dalam kontek Al quran adalah orang ingkar.. 

Melayu yg tak menentang kezaliman malah menyokong adalah orang ingkar...mereka juga boleh dikategori sebagai ingkar... Hak syurga & neraka adalah hak mutlak Allah Swt..bukan hak manusia walaupun status rasul.

 So bani melayu jangan perasan.... Kalau takde orang digelar kafir dimuka bumi ini, melayu masih berak dalam sungai dan pakai cawat... Apa sumbangan melayu Islam pada manusia sejagat? Raja buang anak, raja lawak, raja gelek, raja rempit , Kah kah kah on ALLAH KETUANAN MELAYU
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ADAM DAN FAREZ BEBAS



TERKINI
adam dan farez
mengikut peguam
akan dibebaskan
pagi ini



KENYATAAN MEDIA: AMK MENGUTUK SEKERAS-KERASNYA TINDAKAN POLIS

Saya mengutuk sekeras-kerasnya tindakan pihak polis menahan Ahli Majlis Pimpinan Pusat KEADILAN dan Koordinator Jingga13 Fariz Musa serta aktivis mahasiswa Adam Adli selepas Himpunan #KitaLawan di Sogo. 

Pihak polis berpakaian biasa turut cuba menangkap saya selepas Adam ditangkap. Saya mengecam tindakan mereka bertindak kasar tanpa memperkenalkan diri dan menjelaskan kesalahan saya dalam cubaan mereka menangkap saya.

Dalam kekecohan itu, orang ramai menarik saya meninggalkan Balai Polis.

Pihak polis harus membebaskan Fariz dan Adam serta-merta. Pihak berkuasa mesti menghormati hak demokrasi rakyat Malaysia sebagaimana termaktub dalam Perlembagaan Persekutuan.

Saya menyeru anak-anak muda dan rakyat Malaysia untuk turun beramai-ramai menyatakan pendirian menolak kezaliman ini di perkarangan Sogo pada 28 Februari dan kemuncaknya 7 Mac nanti.

#KitaLawan #BebasAnwar

NIK NAZMI NIK AHMAD
KETUA ANGKATAN MUDA KEADILAN MALAYSIA
21 Februari 2015

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USTAZ COOL




KULIAH BAIK

dari ustaz cool
tak perlu lesen 
tak perlu permit

mu zakar rah
 nak buat apa
kah kah kah
padan muka



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NAJIB MAKIN DIASAK




Add caption

hari hari akhir saekor najib
tukar tiub telah nyatakan
akhbar dunia sedang menanti
sedag menungu
untuk meledakkan berta najib

DI AUSTRALIA
semua akhbar
radio
dan tv
sedang heboh bukan
tentang sirul 
tapi
tentanng pm malaysia
yang terlibat kes bunuh









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LAGI CIRIT BIRIT





KOMENTAR
sekali cirit birit
nampaknya tak henti henti
masih terberak berak
masih terberak dalam semak
masih terberak berdiri

apa ubatnya?





Ahli PAS akan sesat kalau bukan ulama 

jadi pemimpin, kata Zuhdi 


PAS perlu kembali kepada kepimpinan ulama agar dasar dan perjuangan parti Islam itu tidak tersasar daripada landasan syariat, kata Mohd Zuhdi Marzuki.
Pengarah Operasi Penyelidikan PAS Pusat itu berkata, saranan untuk kembali kepada kepimpinan ulama dibuat kerana khuatir pemimpin yang tidak dilantik daripada kalangan itu hanya akan menyesatkan ahlinya.
- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/bahasa/article/ahli-pas-akan-sesat-kalau-bukan-ulama-jadi-pemimpin-kata-zuhdi#sthash.uDpx89le.dpuf

PAS akan siasat demo, Mustafa minta 

Zuhdi tidak ‘cirit birit’ mulut 

PAS akan menyiasat memorandum dan demonstrasi di ibu pejabat PAS di Kuala Lumpur Ahad lalu, kata  Mustafa Ali, yang turut meminta pengarah operasi Pusat Penyelidikan PAS (PPP) agar jangan "cirit birit mulut dan tulisan" dalam menjalankan tugasnya. 

Setiausaha Agung PAS itu berkata beliau meminjam kata-kata Presiden PAS  Abdul Hadi Awang dan mengingatkan  Mohd Zuhdi Marzuki agar "jangan selalu sangat cirit birit mulut".


- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/bahasa/article/pas-akan-siasat-demo-mustafa-minta-zuhdi-tidak-cirit-birit-mulut#sthash.hEjwQNZu.dpuf

Zuhdi 'cirit birit mulut dan tulisan' - Mustafa Ali

SHAH ALAM: Pengarah Operasi Pusat Penyelidikan PAS (PPP),  Zuhdi Marzuki diminta agar tidak 'cirit birit mulut dan tulisan' dalam menjalankan tugasnya.
 
Ingatan itu diutarakan Setiausaha Agung PAS, Datuk Mustafa Ali apabila Zuhdi dalam kenyataanya semalam, mempertikaikan penafiannnya (Mustafa) dan Naib Presiden PAS, Salahuddin Ayub, kononnya tiada gerakan menggulingkan Presiden PAS dilakukan.


KAH KAH KAH

woit
masih cirit birit
masih berak berjalan
masih terberak terberak'
kah kah kah



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