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DEBAT - NIK AZIZ PILIH JUMPA HARIMAU DARIPADA BERJUMPA KUCING

Posted: 05 Feb 2011 10:29 AM PST

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HAJAT untuk menyaksikan perdebatan di antara Ulamak Veteren Umno Kelantan iaitu Mohd Noor Deris dengan Mursyidul Am PAS Tuan Guru Nik Aziz Nik Mat akhirnya tidak kesampaian. Ini adalah kerana Tuan Guru Nik Aziz mahu agar tokoh yang lebih berwibawa dan mempunyai peranan penting di dalam kerajaan atau Umno untuk berdebat dengannya.

Sebelum ini akhbar Sinar melaporkan bahawa Tuan Guru Nik Aziz bersedia untuk berdebat dengan Ulamak Umno yang mencabarnya itu. Tetapi laporan akhbar itu disangkal oleh Pejabat MB Kelantan, di antara lain sebab yang diberikan adalah seperti berikut:

" Sukalah diperjelaskan bahawa tajuk dan laporan berita tersebut sama sekali tidak benar. Apa yang berlaku ialah YAB Tuan Guru ditanya berkenaan desakan Mohd Nor Deris agar Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan membincangkan kenyataan beliau yang di dakwa menjejaskan akidah. Menjawab pertanyaan tersebut, YAB Tuan Guru bersetuju agar kenyataannya dibincangkan oleh Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan. Persetujuan tersebut termasuklah mengadakan perbincangan antara beliau dengan Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan." "Tidak timbul isu berdebat dengan Mohd Nor Deris yang tidak mempunyai apa-apa jawatan di dalam kerajaan sebagai penggubal dasar. Secara logiknya, individu yang layak berdebat dengan Menteri Besar Kelantan yang juga al-Mursyidul Am PAS tentulah tokoh yang mempunyai jawatan berpengaruh di dalam kerajaan atau parti." (Kenyataan Media Pej MB Kelantan)

Tuan Guru Nik Aziz berani menyahut cabaran Mohd Noor yang mahu agar dirinya disiasat oleh Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan. Beliau bersedia untuk berdepan dengan Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan yang tentunya lebih berwibawa daripada Mohd Noor Deris. Sekaligus, Mursyidul Am PAS tersebut memberikan tamparan memalukan kepada Mohd Noor Deris. Ulamak Veteren Umno Kelantan tersebut boleh mengukur baju di badannya sendiri kerana kesangupan Tuan guru Nik Aziz berhadapan dengan Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan yang bukan seorang atau dua ahli, tentunya meletakkan Tuan Guru Nik Aziz sebagai pemimpin yang berani kerana benar.

Namun demikian, Mohd Noor boleh berusaha untuk berdebat dengan anak murid Tuan guru Nik Aziz yang setaraf dengannya. Beliau perlu akur bahawa beliau tidak layak menggantikan PM, TPM atau Menteri seperti Jamil Khir untuk berdebat dengan Tuan Guru Nik Aziz. Mereka semua itu lah sepatutnya yang bersesuaian untuk berdebat dengan MB Kelantan, bukan Mohd Noor Ulamak yang digelar `ulamak terompah kayu' di Kelantan.

Sekali lagi, tahniah buat Tuan Guru Nik Aziz yang telah memilih berhadapan dengan `dua tiga ekor harimau' daripada berhadapan dengan seekor kucing. /wfauzdin.blogspot.com

JIKA MAHU BERDEBAT BERDUA SAHAJA, BAIK PERGI SEMBANG KEDAI KOPI

Posted: 05 Feb 2011 07:43 AM PST



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CABARAN debat yang disuarakan oleh Pengerusi Biro Agama dan Ulama Majlis Veteren Umno Kelantan, Mohd Noor Deris kepada Mursyidul Am PAS Tuan Guru Nik Aziz Nik Mat telah bersambut. Bahkan, Tuan Guru Nik Aziz juga bersedia untuk berdialog dengan sesiapa sahaja termasuk pihak Majlis Fatwa.

Mohd Noor Deris menyuarakan rasa gembira kerana Tuan Guru Nik Aziz menyahut cabarannya itu. Namun, terdapat syarat yang pelik dan melucukan dari beliau. Katanya, " Saya akan hantar surat dalam beberapa hari lagi untuk mengadakan debat dengan Nik Aziz. Saya mahukan debat itu diadakan hanya antara saya dan dia saja tiada pihak lain di tempat awam. Kini cabaran saya sudah disahut," katanya kepada pemberita di sini hari ini (Rujuk sini).

Mengapa debat tersebut diadakan di antara beliau dengan Tuan Guru Nik Aziz sahaja? Dan, tidak secara terbuka untuk dipertontonkan hujah kedua-dua pihak agar kita semua boleh menilainya dengan baik? Bukankah Mohd Noor Deris mengemukakan cabaran debat itu secara terbuka melalui media TV dan akhbar? Sekarang mengapa perlu disembunyikan?

Jika sekadar berdua, itu bukan berdebat namanya. Mohd Noor boleh membuat temujanji dengan Tuan Guru Nik Aziz atau datang terus ke rumah MB Kelantan itu untuk berjumpa, berbual atau berbincang berdua. Bukankah lebih mudah? Tetapi mengapa perlu keluar kenyataan akhbar di hadapan media menunjukkan kununnya beliau hebat untuk berdebat dengan Tuan Guru Nik Aziz, tetapi akhirnya minta berdebat berdua sahaja. Melucukan dan memalukan ulamak seperti ini.

Saya jangkakan pihak media seperti TV tidak keberatan untuk menyiarkan secara langsung debat ini nanti sebagaimana pihak media menyiarkan secara meluas cabaran debat oleh Ulamak Umno tersebut. Sekiranya Najib dan Muhyiddin telah menunjukkan sikap pengecutnya untuk berdebat dengan DS Anwar, mungkin Mohd Noor boleh mengembalikan maruah Umno yang dipandang sebagai selalu takut untuk berdebat itu. Sewajarnya yang lebih `aula' dan layak untuk berdebat dengan Tuan Guru Nik Aziz adalah orang seperti Jamil Khir, Menteri yang menjaga Hal Ehwal Agama Islam di Jabatan Perdana Menteri atau sekurang-kurangnya pihak JAKIM.

Namun, hajat sudah disuarakan oleh Mohd Noor. Orang menjual, kita membeli. Itulah agaknya sebab mengapa Tuan Guru Nik Aziz menerima cabaran debat tersebut. Pada pendapat saya, jika mahu berdebat di antara mereka berdua sahaja, baik tidak perlu diadakan debat kerana ternyata ianya tidak ikhlas./wfauzdin.blogspot.com

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Video dan Gambar awek dan awok UIA main minyak(sapa2 kenal tk awek dan awok ini?)

Posted: 05 Feb 2011 07:31 PM PST

ahahahahahahaa...geng beruk simbah cat carik pasal ngn geng monyet..

politik untuk populariti..

anakmuda siswa dan siswi..

inilah AGENDA KAMU!!!!!!!

harharharhar...

yg menyimbah cat mmg bengap....

yg kena simbah cat..agak2 la nk nilai gaya student..

berilmu???ahahahahahaha....boleh..boleh...diorang mmg pandai..aku je slow sket..

Islamik???ahahaha Islamik la sngt2.....ahahahaha wekkkkkkkk

berkakhlak???ada tu ada...tak smuaaa...

ahahahahahahahahahahaha

karang tak pasal2 aku kena carik dek dekan..

mamposssssssss

ahahahahahahahaha

HIDUP PAKWE!!!!!!!!!

(aku bukan ape..anti sikit ngn budak2 perasan nk jadi leader ni..sbb apa..aku jumpa diorang..tengok gaya diorang..dan aku menilai diorang...hmm.dari kata2 diorang tu..tak ubah mcm ayat najib kat perhimpunan agung umno.....masalahnya ini bukan pandangan aku sorang..ramai lg...)

esok dah nk berambus balik..

woooooooooh...7 minggo lagey...

lopeh tu perang pun bermula..

kalau ku gugur tanpa kejayaan(fail)..

mampuih la dennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh

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Mesir makin runcing, satu demi satu dilaporkan maut

Posted: 05 Feb 2011 06:56 PM PST

Footage of what appears to be a Egyptian protester being shot dead by police in Alexandria has been released on the internet.
The clip, which lasts for two-and-a-half minutes, was filmed from the balcony of a backstreet apartment in the Manshya district of Egypt's second city and shows demonstrators setting up a makeshift barricade across the roadway.
A tyre is set on fire and then one of the protesters approaches a number of armed police positioned further up the street.
Initial approach: The protester, seen at the bottom of the frame, confronts two armed security officers
Standing firm: The protester stands his ground as more police arrive on the scene
The protester approaches the police, dropping his jacket to prove that he is unarmed (left). Soon more officers have arrived on the scene and train their weapons on him

End of the line: The protester falls to the ground after apparently being shot
End of the line: The protester falls to the ground after apparently being shot
The protester spreads open his coat as if to show the officers - who already have their weapons drawn - that he is unarmed.
But he continues to face them and gesture to them - even though the black-clad security officers have their weapons trained on him.
Then, after a tense 30-second standoff, the protester drops to the floor as if dead before the clip abruptly ends.
An accompanying caption reads: 'Most likely killed on Friday the 28th of January in the Manshya District in Alexandria'.
Although not confirmed as genuine, the graphic film is the first recorded evidence of fatalities during anti-government demonstrations that have ravaged the country for almost two weeks. So far, officials claim that 11 people have been killed and thousands injured in the clashes.  
Last night the country appeared to be in chaos, despite announcements by the unpopular government that it was making moves to stand down.
Key members of President Mubarak's ruling party resigned in a move protesters dismissed as a ruse designed to 'gain time'.
People power: Egyptian anti-Mubarak protesters face military tanks in Cairo yesterday as the government came under mounting pressure to stand down
People power: Egyptian anti-Mubarak protesters face military tanks in Cairo yesterday as the government came under mounting pressure to stand down
Amid confusion after a day of talks between ministers, it was initially reported on state TV that the despised 82-year-old autocrat, who has been in power for 30 years, had also stepped down – but this was later retracted.
And there were further reports that the newly appointed vice president had survived an assassination attempt in which two of his security guards were killed.
Persistence: Tahrir Square was once again crammed with protesters last night, refusing to give up their calls for a change of government
Persistence: Tahrir Square was once again crammed with protesters last night, refusing to give up their calls for a change of government
Meanwhile, Barack Obama's special envoy for Egypt, Frank Wisner, said Mubarak should stay in power for the time being to oversee the political transition. The Egyptian president has insisted that he intends to serve out the remaining seven months of his term. Protesters are demanding that he quits immediately.
The president's son Gamal Mubarak was among the senior National Democratic Party members to leave office. Mr Wisner said the resignations, which were announced on state TV, were a positive step.
The new party secretary-general, Hossam Badrawi, is seen as more liberal.
Chain reaction: Anti-government protesters form a human chain to prevent Egyptian Army tanks from clearing barricades, next to the Egyptian Museum at an entrance to Tahrir Square
Chain reaction: Anti-government protesters form a human chain to prevent Egyptian Army tanks from clearing barricades, next to the Egyptian Museum at an entrance to Tahrir Square
Defiant: Demonstrators stand in front of army tanks alongside the Egyptian Museum on the front line near Tahrir Square
Defiant: Demonstrators stand in front of army tanks alongside the Egyptian Museum on the front line near Tahrir Square
But protesters were unimpressed. One, Bilal Fathi, 22, said: 'These are not gains for the protesters; this is a trick by the regime. This is not fulfilling our demands. These are red herrings.'
Leading Muslim Brotherhood member Mohammed Habib said: 'It is an attempt to choke the revolution and gain time.'
Earlier, opposition leaders claimed they had met with Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq to discuss proposals. One option being considered would leave President Mubarak as a figurehead, with real power handed to his vice-president, former intelligence chief Omar Suleiman.
Praying for change: Opposition demonstrators pray in front of barricades alongside the Egyptian Museum on the front line near Tahrir Square
Praying for change: Opposition demonstrators pray in front of barricades alongside the Egyptian Museum on the front line near Tahrir Square
There were also reports of an 'organised' attempt to assassinate Mr Suleiman several days ago in which two of his bodyguards were said to have been killed.
It is not clear who was behind the assassination attempt – if it was genuine – or where it took place. Elsewhere, saboteurs were blamed for an explosion at a gas pipeline in the northern Sinai Peninsula that supplies gas to Israel and Jordan. It is not known whether gas supplies had been disrupted as a result.
More than 70 British expats were ferried under guard to Cairo airport for a flight back to Gatwick laid on by the Foreign Office. Further emergency evacuations are planned 'if necessary'.

Read more: dailymail

Selepas 15 hari, Mubarak masih enggan berundur

Posted: 05 Feb 2011 06:24 PM PST

Out: Hosni Mubarak has resigned as Egypt's ruling party leader
Out: Hosni Mubarak has resigned as Egypt's ruling party leader
Ahad 6 Feb 2011 hari ke-15 Himpunan 'Mengingati mereka yg Syahid' diteruskan di Dataran Tahrir Mesir. 
The leadership of Egypt's ruling party resigned today - but despite reports President Hosni Mubarak had joined them and stepped down as leader, it was later confirmed he is clinging to power.
It comes as the country was on the verge of descending into chaos as newly appointed vice president Omar Suleiman reportedly survived an assassination attempt and saboteurs allegedly attacked an oil pipeline.
The balance of power hung precariously as demonstrations against President Mubarak entered their 12th day - and the army was beginning to reassert control on the streets.
The mass resignations come just days after Mubarak said he would not resign immediately – because he feared there would be 'chaos'.
The move by the other members of the ruling elite is being seen as a gesture aimed at convincing anti-government protesters that the regime is serious about reform.
The resignation of Gamal Mubarak, the hated son of the President, was hailed as a 'positive step', an Obama administration official said.
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs refused to confirm the alarming reports of an 'organised attack' on Omar Suleiman. Two of his bodyguards were said to have been killed in the incident several days ago.
The pipeline attack has been linked to Islamist militants and, along with the apparent assassination attempt, represents a frightening new element in the popular uprising that has seen one of the U.S.'s greatest Middle Eastern allies descend into chaos.
The head of Egypt's natural gas company, Magdy Toufik, said today that the explosion and fire at a gas terminal in the northern Sinai Peninsula was caused by a gas leak.

There were no reported casualties from the fire, but officials had to shut off the flow of gas to neighbouring Jordan and Israel to contain the blaze.
Up in flames: the pipeline in Al-Arish, Egypt burns after the bomb attack
Up in flames: the pipeline in Al-Arish, Egypt burns after the bomb attack

Don't leave: Anti-government protesters block an Egyptian army armoured personnel carrier at Tahrir Square in Cairo today on February 5, 2011. They fear more riots if trrops depart
Don't leave: Anti-government protesters block an Egyptian army armoured personnel carrier at Tahrir Square in Cairo today on February 5, 2011. They fear more riots if trrops depart

Mubarak's son, Gamal Mubarak, also resigned from the National Democratic Party.

Earlier, a regional governor in the Sinai, Abdel Wahab Mabrouk, told Egyptian media he suspected sabotage, but did not explain further.
Al-Qaeda linked groups have reportedly been urging Islamic militants to take advantage of the situation in Egypt to launch attacks.
Of the pipeline incident, state TV quoted an official as saying that the 'situation is very dangerous and explosions were continuing from one spot to another' along the pipeline. 'It is a big terrorist operation.'
Not going away: Anti-government protesters remained in camps in the square this morning for atwelfth day of protests
Not going away: Anti-government protesters remained in camps in the square this morning for atwelfth day of protests

We shall not be moved: demonstrators defied a curfew and remained packed in Tahrir Square last night
We shall not be moved: demonstrators defied a curfew and remained packed in Tahrir Square last night
There was no sign of Mubarak loyalists who had attacked protesters on previous days with rocks, petrol bombs and sticks.
It comes after the Egyptian government warned the country faced significant financial losses after 11 days of protests in major cities.
New Finance Minister Samir Radwan said the tourist business, centred on the pyramids and beaches, had been ravaged.
Mr Radwan said a fund worth $850million had been set up to compensate people whose property had been damaged.
Defence Minister Hussein Tantawi and senior army officials visited the Tahrir square yesterday in a sign that Egypt's most powerful institution was sanctioning the demonstration.
Soldiers checked IDs and performed body searches at entrances to the square.
On alert: Protesters man a barricade placed in a street near Tahrir Square
On alert: Protesters man a barricade placed in a street near Tahrir Square


Out in force: Opposition supporters gather to listen to Egyptian-born cleric Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi
Out in force: Opposition supporters gather to listen to Egyptian-born cleric Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi

Tahrir Square in Cairo
No go: An army tank bearing graffiti blocks the path of a mob of anti-government protesters. Kereta kebal tentera diconteng 'Tidak kpd Mebarak dan tidak kpd Sulaimen (Naib Presiden yg dilantik ganti Mubarak)

The government in the past has used a perceived threat from Islamist militancy to justify its use of emergency laws which helped keep Mubarak in power.


The new vice president, widely considered the first successor Mr Mubarak has designated, fuelled anti-foreign sentiment by going on state television and blaming outsiders for fomenting unrest.
Omar Suleiman said: 'When there are demonstrations of this size, there will be foreigners who come and take advantage and they have an agenda to raise the energy of the protesters.'
The government has accused media outlets of being sympathetic to protesters, who want the president to quit now rather than serve out his term as he has vowed to do.
Praying for a change: Anti-government protesters kneel towards Mecca for Friday prayers below a hanging effigy of President Mubarak
Praying for a change: Anti-government protesters kneel towards Mecca for Friday prayers below a hanging effigy of President Mubarak
We shall not be move: Anti-Mubarak protesters link hands in Tahrir Square
We shall not be move: Anti-Mubarak protesters link hands in Tahrir Square

Sitting down on the job: Men sit cross-legged during a break in the slogan chanting
Sitting down on the job: Men sit cross-legged during a break in the slogan chanting
Attacks: A member of the press lies huddled on the ground after he was beaten by a mob as soldiers surround him in Cairo
Attacks: A member of the press lies huddled on the ground after he was beaten by a mob as soldiers surround him in Cairo (Terkini: wartawan Mesir ini Ahmaed Mahmoud 36, akhbar Al-Taawun telah meninggal dunia akibat ditembak)

Read more: dailymail

Demo kemuncak hari Mubarak berambus

Posted: 04 Feb 2011 07:47 AM PST

Jumaat 4 Feb 2011 Egyptian protesters trying to topple the regime of President Hosni Mubarak have called on supporters to fill every square in the capital today.
The call follows two days of vicious street battles between pro and anti-government camps that marked an ugly turn in the country's crisis.
The military guarded thousands of protesters as they poured into Cairo's Tahrir Square this morning for 'Departure Day' - as the clamour for Mr Mubarak to step down intensified.
'Departure Day': Egyptian soldiers stand behind a barbed-wire barricade at Cairo's Tahrir Square as anti-government protesters began massing this morning
'Departure Day': Egyptian soldiers stand behind a barbed-wire barricade at Cairo's Tahrir Square as anti-government protesters began massing this morning

Rally call: A Facebook page set up to launch the protests has called for 'the final nail to be hammered into the coffin of the Mubarak regime'
Rally call: A Facebook page set up to launch the protests has called for 'the final nail to be hammered into the coffin of the Mubarak regime'
Omar Suleiman said: 'When there are demonstrations of this size, there will be foreigners who come and take advantage and they have an agenda to raise the energy of the protesters.'
The government has accused media outlets of being sympathetic to protesters, who want the president to quit now rather than serve out his term as he has vowed to do.
Inspection: Defence Minister Mohammed Hussein Tantawi talks to protesters. Senior army figures descended on Tahrir Square this morning in a sign the military was backing the unrest
Inspection: Defence Minister Mohammed Hussein Tantawi talks to protesters. Senior army figures descended on Tahrir Square this morning in a sign the military was backing the unrest

Slogan: A protester holds up an Egyptian flag. President Hosni Mubarak has refused to step down and said if he did it would leave the country in chaos
Slogan: A protester holds up an Egyptian flag. President Hosni Mubarak has refused to step down and said if he did it would leave the country in chaos

Support: Demonstrators gather next to a makeshift barricade in Tahrir Square ahead of morning prayers
Support: Demonstrators gather next to a makeshift barricade in Tahrir Square ahead of morning prayers
Pro-government mobs beat foreign journalists with sticks and fists yesterday. The Committee to Protect Journalists said 24 reporters were detained in 24 hours and 21 were assaulted.
One Greek journalist was stabbed in the leg with a screwdriver.
Unrest: Opposition supporters listen to cleric Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi has he urges President Mubarak to stand down
Unrest: Opposition supporters listen to cleric Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi has he urges President Mubarak to stand down

Security: Soldiers have been searching anti-government protesters as they entered Tahrir Square
Security: Soldiers have been searching anti-government protesters as they entered Tahrir Square

Rubble: A woman looks at a burnt-out car in Tahrir Square after 10 days of violent protests in the capital
Rubble: A woman looks at a burnt-out car in Tahrir Square after 10 days of violent protests in the capital

Revolution? Anti-government supporters slept overnight in Cairo ahead of a massive rally today
Revolution? Anti-government supporters slept overnight in Cairo ahead of a massive rally today
Revolution? Anti-government supporters slept overnight in Cairo ahead of a massive rally today and, right, men take shelter in front of a tank as they sleep

Clashes: The protests have seen violent conflicts in Cairo, Suez, Port Said and Alexandria
Clashes: The protests have seen violent conflicts in Cairo, Suez, Port Said and Alexandria


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Ketua Cawangan Umno Silam hentam Umno

Posted: 05 Feb 2011 04:44 PM PST

Aku sekarang berada di Lahad Datu Sabah sejak 1 Feb lagi. Aku kesini atas tugas rasmi syarikat , bukan nak mai makan dengan ketua-ketua cawangan umno ni.
Kebetulan, seorang pengikut dan penyumbang artikel di Mimpi Senja ni berasal dari Lahad Datu. Dah bila aku dah di LD ni, ambil lah kesempatan tuk jumpa dia. Tak tau pula aku rupa-rupanya dia adalah seorang ahli umno ...tak pa, biarlah, itu hak dia ... tapi artikel-artikel yang pernah dihantar beliau semuanya menghentam umno ... hahaha

Hari khamis lalu dia ajak aku makan tengahri, bersama seorang lagi kawannya. Dalam perjalanan baru dia cakap, yang orang yang nak kami jumpa ni seorang ketua umno cawangan. Sesampai di restoran, aku dapati ketua umno ini dengan isterinya, yang katanya baru lepas miting. Si isteri siap dengan baju kebaya 1Malaysia ... tak pa pi lah bukan dia kacau aku. Walau apa pun aku dah dapat makan 'free'.

Masa makan kami hanya bercerita bab pernigaan, tapi bila lepas makan cerita dah bertukar ke bab politik ... macam-macam dia cerita ... macam-macam diluahkan ketidakpuasan nya pada Umno ... hahaha, aku dengar saja.

Selepas balik ke hotel, ingin sangat aku ceritakan di sini apa yang telah ketua cawangan ini menghentam partinya sendiri ... tapi tunggu dulu, aku perlu dapat cerita lagi ...

Hari ini - Sabtu - kami bertemu lagi. kali ini bukan satu tapi 3 orang ketua cawangan duduk semeja dengan aku bersama sahabat aku tu untuk meluahkan ketidakpuasan hati masing-masing terhadap UMNO ..

Antara yang masih tak dapat aku lupa ... "encik tengok lah pada pilihanraya yang lalu? ... PKR yang tidak punya cawangan di sini, tidak pernah adakan sebarang ceramah atau kempen, malah tidak ada kenderaan pun yang mengangkut pengundi ke tempat mengundi, boleh mendapat hampir 5000 undi .... kenapa? Kerana rakyat dah bencikan UMNO"

"Wakil rakyat tidak pernah mengambil kisah tentang kami. Dia hanya datang semasa hendak mengundi, selepas mendapat undi rakyat mereka pun hilang"

"Sudah 20 tahun saya menjadi ketua cawangan, sejak 1991. Kami dulu dari dari Usno. Bila umno masuk Sabah pada 1991, kami secara otomatis menjadi ahli Umno ... apa kami dapat? Tidak dapat apa-apa. Sebagai ketua cawangan pun tidak dapat apa-apa, tambahan lagi lah sebagai ahli biasa, atau rakyat biasa."
Sekarang kami hanya menunggu PRU13 ...

Tapi bila aku terbaca pula tadi Ketua PKR Sabah keluar parti ... aku jadi pening ... tak tau siapa yang betul ...???

Esok - Ahad - aku nak jumpa depa lagi, insyaallah akan aku korek lebih dalam lagi ... Nite

[Executive Hotel Lahad Datu -1.26am 6/2/11]

Apa dah jadi ni DSAI? - Ketua PKR Sabah keluar parti

Posted: 05 Feb 2011 04:11 AM PST


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PKR Sabah yang sedang dibelenggu masalah menerima satu lagi tamparan apabila ketua perhubungan negerinya, Pajudin Nordin mengumumkan keluar dari parti dan berhasrat menyertai Umno.

Pajudin, 42, yang belumpun sebulan memegang jawatan tersebut, membuat pengumuman itu dalam satu sidang akhbar bersama ketua menteri Sabah Datuk Seri Musa Aman, di kediaman rasmi ketua menteri di Sri Gaya, petang tadi.

Beliau berkata keputusan itu dibuat kerana kecewa dengan kepimpinan pusat iaitu ketua pembangkang Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim dan presiden Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail yang tidak serius dalam menangani masalah-masalah dan isu Sabah.

"Saya kesal kerana Datuk Seri Anwar selama ini mengatakan bahawa beliau menghormati hak-hak negeri Sabah, tetapi tingkah lakunya jelas menunjukkan bahawa beliau mengamalkan 'cakap tidak serupa bikin'.

"Maka saya menganggap PKR di Sabah ini sudah tidak relevan untuk kita jadikan sebagai satu parti masa hadapan atau parti yang dikatakan akan menuju ke Putrajaya... Maka saya mengisytiharkan diri keluar dari PKR dan melepaskan semua jawatan saya di dalam parti," katanya.

"Setelah melihat perkembangan politik, saya seterusnya memohon untuk menyertai Umno dan BN di bawah kepimpinan Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak dan Ketua Menteri Datuk Seri Musa kerana hanya BN yang telah lama memperjuangkan hak rakyat dan banyak menyumbang kepada rakyat," jelas beliau.

Katanya beliau telah mengemukakan surat perletakan jawatan lewat petang tadi melalui faks, SMS, dan e-mel ke PKR pusat dan percaya ramai lagi ahli PKR terutamanya ketua-ketua dan ahli jawatankuasa cabang akan turut serta meninggalkan parti kerana ada yang menyuarakan ketidakpuasan hati terhadap cara kepimpinan pusat.

"Saya percaya keputusan untuk keluar dari PKR akan disusuli oleh ramai lagi rakan-rakan kepimpinan yang berada dalam PKR Sabah bila melihat senario politik PKR yang kita anggap sebagai satu parti yang sudah kucar-kacir, tidak ada hala tuju dan tidak ada pembelaan daripada pemimpin-pemimpin di peringkat pusat," tambahnya lagi.

Sebelum ini perlantikan Pajudin sebagai ketua PKR Sabah pada 10 Jan lalu, merupakan satu kejutan kerana ini pertama kalinya pemimpin bagi negeri Sabah dilantik dari bukan kalangan ketua-ketua cabang dalam parti itu. Pajudin merupakan naib ketua cabang PKR Tuaran.

Baru-baru ini, 18 daripada 24 ketua cabang PKR Sabah telah membuat bantahan terhadap perlantikan Pajudin yang lebih mesra dikenali sebagai 'ustaz'.

Pajudin yang menyertai PKR sejak 1999 berkata walaupun selepas dilantik sebagai ketua PKR Sabah, beliau tidak pernah mendapat kerjasama dan sokongan dari Anwar dan Dr Wan Azizah, dan ini menunjukkan mereka 'sengaja mempermain-mainkan' pemimpin PKR Sabah.

Ditanya sama ada beliau keluar dari parti disebabkan bantahan daripada 18 ketua cabang terhadap perlantikan beliau, Pajudin berkata: "Tidak. Bagi saya setelah dilantik oleh presiden melalui perlembagaan parti, maka saya anggap perkara itu sudah selesai."

Sementara itu Musa berkata trend satu demi satu pemimpin PKR keluar daripada parti, jelas menunjukkan bahawa PKR dan Pakatan Rakyat tidak relevan lagi di negara ini atau di negeri Sabah, kerana mereka sedar parti itu tidak akan membawa apa-apa manfaat kepada rakyat.

"Saya mengalu-alukan permohonan beliau menjadi ahli Umno ... Kita akan terima permohonannya dan ini kita akan proses seperti biasa," tambah Musa.

Ditanya sama ada Umno Sabah lebih yakin menghadapi pilihan raya akan datang berikutan perkembangan ini, Musa menjelaskan Umno sentiasa bersedia dan mempunyai keyakinan kerana parti itu telah bekerja keras, sentiasa mendampingi dan membantu rakyat.


MS : Apa dah jadi ni DSAI, DSWA? ... Pajudin yang baru saja dilantik pada 10 Jan kini telah lari ... Mesti ada sesuatu yang tidak kena. Harap DSAI/DSWA dapat menerangkan sesuatu yang benar lagi telus agar kami kat bawah ni tahu apa sebenarnya yang berlaku di dalam sana.


Pajudin juga bukan sekadar keluar PKR malahan diberitakan memohon menyertai musuh ketat kita - Umno. Sampai bila isu-isu keluar parti ni akan terus berlaku? Harap pemimpin-pemimpin pakatan dapat mencari kelemahan-kelemahan dalaman yang membuatkan pemimpin-pemimpinnya lari meninggalkan parti.


harap perbetulkan 'nawaitu' kita ... samada benar-benar ingin menumbangkan najib/umno/bn atau sekadar memperkukuhkan kroni (setakat yang ada sekarang) tanpa memikirkan parti secara lebih khusus. kalau sekadar hanya ingin menjaga beberapa kerat kroni di dalam, aku pasti cita-cita ingin ke putrajaya tak akan kesampaian. ... DSAI/DSWA fikirkanlah dan perbetulkanlah 'nawaitu' agar tidak tersasar ...

Nak beli kereta? AWAS ... penipuan jurujual

Posted: 05 Feb 2011 01:39 AM PST




Gabungan Persatuan Pengguna Malaysia (FOMCA) menasihati orang ramai agar lebih berhati-hati apabila membeli kereta kerana banyak kes penipuan membabitkan jurujual syarikat pengedar kenderaan dilaporkan sejak kebelakangan ini.



Setiausaha Agungnya Muhammad Shaani Abdullah berkata orang ramai tidak menyedari bahawa mereka telah tertipu oleh jurujual kereta sehinggalah kereta tempahan mereka tidak diterima pada masa yang ditetapkan.

"Banyak kes membabitkan penipuan penjualan kereta berlaku akibat kesilapan oleh pembeli sendiri seperti tidak menyiasat latar belakang syarikat pengedar kenderaan, berapa lama jurujual itu telah bekerja dengan syarikat berkenaan, adakah syarikat itu mempunyai rekod penipuan oleh jurujualnya dan sebagainya," katanya ketika dihubungi Bernama di Kuala Lumpur hari ini.

Beliau berkata demikian bagi mengulas sebuah laporan akhbar semalam mengenai hasrat seorang pesara tentera, Anuar Ariffin, 45, untuk memiliki sebuah kereta baru tidak kesampaian setelah wang deposit RM23,550 yang dibayar lesap didakwa dibawa lari seorang jurujual syarikat pengedar kenderaan pada pertengahan tahun lalu.

Menurut Anuar, beliau membayar wang deposit itu dengan cara membuat pertukaran kereta Perodua Myvi miliknya dan menambah wang tunai RM2,616 bagi menggenapkan baki deposit sebanyak RM23,550 yang perlu dibayarnya.

Bagaimanapun jurujual tersebut gagal dihubungi untuk mendapatkan penjelasan lanjut mengenai kereta barunya selepas tiga bulan menunggu malah pihak syarikat pengedar kenderaan juga memberitahu bahawa jurujual itu telah berhenti kerja dan tidak bertanggungjawab atas kesalahan dilakukan jurujualnya.

Anuar membuat laporan polis dan turut mengemukakan masalah itu kepada Tuntutan Tribunal Pengguna dan kesnya masih dalam siasatan.

Sehubungan itu, Muhammad Shaani menasihati orang ramai agar melakukan penyelidikan dahulu sebelum membeli kereta dengan tidak menumpukan terhadap satu kedai sahaja dan mendapat pandangan daripada pelbagai pihak yang mahir dalam urusan jual beli kereta.

Selain itu, beliau juga meminta pihak berkuasa seperti polis dan agensi penguatkuasa yang berkaitan agar memastikan kes-kes penipuan penjualan kereta itu tidak berulang kerana ia memberi bebanan kepada pengguna.

Sekiranya pembeli itu mempunyai wang yang mencukupi mereka boleh melantik seorang peguam untuk mengendalikan kes tersebut tetapi kos guaman lazimnya tinggi dan mengambil masa yang lama untuk diselesaikan, katanya.

Beliau berkata Fomca mahu kerajaan bertindak tegas dalam menangani kes penipuan penjualan kereta kerana wujud individu yang tidak bertanggungjawab yang mahu mengaut keuntungan dalam masa yang pantas.

- Bernama

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