Rabu, 20 Jun 2012

N45 Dr Halimah Ali

N45 Dr Halimah Ali


Posted: 20 Jun 2012 07:42 AM PDT

Daerah Sepang: Pegawai Daerah dan YDP serta anugerah pengguna terbaik

Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi


Hari Ilmu Selangor yang diisytiharkan pada 26.6.2010 oleh DYMM Sultan Selangor sudah menjadi acara tahunan bagi kerajaan negeri Selangor.

Program yang telah dirancang oleh Jawatankuasa Tetap Pendidikan Kerajaan Selangor ini mendapat sambutan hangat dari seluruh pelusuk negeri Selangor. Bermula dengan majlis ilmu berskala besar yakni Gerakan Membaca Perdana yang telah memecah Malaysia Book Of Records sebagai The largest outdoor reading event pada HARI ILMU PERTAMA 26-6-10  telah dilanjutkan momentum tersebut dengan acara tahunan sambutan HARI ILMU dengan acara 15 minutes reading break di semua daerah di Selangor.
Pada tahun 2012 ini acara yang diadakan di semua daerah diurusetiakan oleh PPAS(Perbadanan Perpustakaan Awam Selangor) di rasmikan sendiri oleh YB Dr Hjh Halimah Ali selaku EXCO Pendidikan, Pendidikan Tinggi dan Pembangunan Modal Insan Negeri Selangor merangkap Pengerusi Lembaga Pengarah PPAS.
   Di sertai oleh Pegawai Daerah selaku Pengerusi Gerakan Membaca Daerah dan YDP PBT serta pegawai kerajaan dan swasta, guru dan pelajar serta orang awam, JKKK, AHLI MAJLIS termasuk kanak-kanak tadika.


Posted: 20 Jun 2012 06:49 AM PDT

Najib's cautious, methodical preparation seen delaying polls

By Jahabar Sadiq

Najib is anxious for BN to regain the parliamentary supermajority it lost in 2008

ANALYSIS, June 20 — When is the next general election? From last year to now, several dates have been cast as the "definitive" election date for Datuk Seri Najib Razak to get his personal mandate as prime minister, after he replaced Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in April 2009. But as yet, the election date is as hazy as the smoke that blew across the Malay peninsula earlier this week, even as business groups and civil servants say an early election is preferable as it would end uncertainty and allow them to launch their plans at a time when the world economic outlook is gloomy.

An election must be called by next April 28, otherwise Parliament will be automatically dissolved and a general election held within 60 days.

Those familiar with Najib's thinking say he is cautious and meticulous about ensuring that his Barisan Nasional (BN) can win big and reclaim their two-third parliamentary majority that was lost in Election 2008.

Many have blamed Abdullah for the shock loss, especially the influential Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, and Najib has been working hard to revive and regain support for the country's only ruling coalition since Merdeka, when it had been called the Alliance.

"Najib has said an election is war and one has to be prepared for war. That [the election is] not being called shows they are not as prepared as he wants them to be," a BN strategist told The Malaysian Insider.

This includes catering to every demographic, especially first-time voters, whose support could help grow the 330,000-vote margin between BN and political foes Pakatan Rakyat in March 2008.
The strategist pointed out that while Najib remains popular with the public, receiving a 65 per cent approval rating in the last Merdeka Center poll, the government is not as popular — securing only a 48 per cent approval in a survey done after the Bersih rally on April 28. The results for Najib's Umno was not revealed but is said to be even lower.

Dr Mahathir had banked on BN's support when he grew personally unpopular. — File pic

A BN leader recalled that even when Dr Mahathir grew unpopular for sacking Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in 1998, Umno and BN were well-accepted enough to carry the vote and form the federal government with a two-third majority, although the ruling coalition lost Terengganu. "Najib is popular but he alone can't carry the party and its slate of new candidates. So he needs time; Umno needs time," said the BN leader, who declined to be named.
He also pointed out that Abdullah had a 71 per cent approval rating going into Election 2008 but still lost the supermajority and four states.
"It will be a miracle that Najib, at 65 per cent popularity rating, can top Pak Lah and get back the two-thirds," he said, calling Abdullah by his popular moniker.

Several polling dates
The BN leader also said the coalition was ready for polls this month or July, but the violent crackdown during the Bersih 3.0 rally on April 28 had dented BN's strengthening popularity.
"We had our chance but the police action blew it for Najib," he said.

Opposition officials also said they were prepared for a July election after BN rushed through 22 Bills in Parliament in April.

"As you can see, we only have four bills to debate now. Najib had July in mind but the numbers don't seem to be with him," a DAP official told The Malaysian Insider.
Najib can still call a July election by dissolving Parliament this week, but polling would need to be done by July 21, the expected start of the Ramadan fasting month, politicians said.
"It is not likely to happen in July because of Ramadan and also Putrajaya just gave RM1.5 million to each BN MP. We'll need time to spend it, soften the ground and get support," said one BN lawmaker.

He also expects more benefits and good news from the Budget 2013 due to be tabled on September 28 by Najib, who is also the finance minister.
"That appears to rule out September, too, although Dr M would like it then," the MP said.

The FGVH listing, among others, was expedited to avoid fallout from the euro zone crisis.

Economic factor

  Civil servants and businessmen privately agree with Dr Mahathir in wanting an early election, citing the world economic outlook that could put pressure on the local economy.
"I am all for an early election. My tenants don't want to sign long leases until they know which government is in power," said a landlord with a number of lots in one of the capital city's shopping malls.
Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) president Tan Sri Yong Poh Kon also called for early polls, saying the constant speculation and delays have affected the manufacturing industry.
"I am sure everyone in the business community would want the elections to be done with, and finished. It has created a certain amount of uncertainty.
"Decisions (about the future) would be much easier once elections are done with," said Yong.
Several initial public offerings (IPOs) have also been delayed because of the uncertain polling date, according to merchant bankers.

They noted that government-linked companies such as energy provider Gas Malaysia Bhd, integrated plantation group Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd, and medical services provider IHH Bhd have brought forward their public listing before world markets tumble further due to the euro zone crisis.

A merchant banker said others are adopting a wait-and-see attitude.
"The PM must call elections soon as we have already delayed several IPOs for it. The markets are uncertain," he said, pointing to the Formula One and Manchester United listings being delayed in Singapore.

Election campaign
Despite the uncertainty surrounding the timing of the election, all political parties have begun their campaigns by increasing their outreach, holding daily rallies, and putting up flags in various parts of the country.
Najib himself has walked farther than any BN politician, with almost daily activities to meet all and sundry to drum up support ahead of the country's 13th general election.

The 1 Malaysia concept has been used to brand BN's efforts to win popular backing.
His 1 Malaysia concept has been used as an umbrella for various initiatives, including the Bantuan Rakyat 1 Malaysia (BR1M) RM500 cash each for some 5.3 million households earning less than RM3,000 a month, a training scheme for youths called Skim Latihan 1 Malaysia (SL1M), affordable grocery shops named Kedai Rakyat 1 Malaysia (KR1M), 1 Malaysia clinics, and the latest, providing RM520 tyre vouchers for taxis this weekend under a scheme called Teksi Rakyat 1 Malaysia (TR1MA).

The son to second prime minister Tun Abdul Razak Hussein, who did much to develop Malaysia, Najib has also taken to social media, setting up two Facebook accounts to cater to the English- and Mandarin-speaking communities. He also boasts of more than 500,000 followers on microblogging service Twitter.

He was recently at #TwtupKami in Stadium Nasional Bukit Jalil on June 9, a day-long national gathering of music, sports and other events that is said to be organised with help from the ruling coalition.
BN lawmakers said Najib praised the event at the pre-council meeting before the current parliamentary sitting, noting that he has encouraged them to embrace social media to find support among the first-time voters.

"Calculations and projections show that the result will depend on new voters, and many of the new voters are young voters. They will be kingmakers," Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin was quoted as saying after launching the PPP Youth convention here last Saturday.

Some 12 million are eligible to vote if elections are called this year, up from the nine million in 2008. According to Election Commission (EC) statistics, around 40 per cent of these are young voters.
These voters are said to eschew traditional media such as newspapers and television in favour of the Internet, leading to both BN and PR engaging them through social media and websites.

The big win
"Najib wants to win big, go past Pak Lah's 140 seat win and get back the two-thirds majority of at least 148. It won't happen now until the various campaigns take effect, so the elections won't happen as yet," a BN strategist said when summing up the election delay.
BN's internal survey results from March showed the ruling coalition can win 80 federal seats outright, with possible wins in 66 seats. Another report in May indicated that only 118 federal seats were within its grasp, prompting coalition strategists to call for a delay until the numbers get better.
It is understood a series of surveys are being done now for the BN chairman to consider before deciding on the polls.

Najib is personally spearheading efforts to drum up support for BN.
"There are issues to overcome, such as Bersih, some missteps by ministers like the PTPTN issue, the WWW15 number plate issue. They are small issues but they build up," said the BN strategist, referring to a student loan scheme suspended for a day in Selangor and a free premium vehicle registration number given to MCA deputy president and Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, who later gave up the number after a public outcry. "BN just asked for RM13.8 billion extra for the Budget. That will help it in the short term but not the long term until the various

projects take off and pay back by 2020," a senior government official told The Malaysian Insider on condition of anonymity.
The official was referring to the various projects under the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) and feel-good initiatives under the Government Transformation Programme (GTP), which are expected to bear fruit by 2020.
"People need (to) feel good now if BN wants to win big," said the official.
That, the BN strategists said, is what Najib is doing. The man they call the hardest-working politician in Malaysia is going around the country solving problems that snowballed in the past decades, under the programme called "Jelajah Janji Ditepati (Promises Fulfilled Tour)".

The prime minister liked the "Janji Ditepati" tagline sufficiently for it to be made the theme for this year's Merdeka Day and Malaysia Day celebrations.
"He's fulfilling promises and expects that will help BN win the next election. It is a war that he wants to win," said one of the strategists, adding wryly, "but it takes time, so we wait."

Dr Shafie Abu Bakar

Dr Shafie Abu Bakar

Rundingan Menyelesaikan Bantahan Persatuan Peniaga Kompleks PKNS BBB Terhadap PKNS: Cabaran-Cabaran

Posted: 20 Jun 2012 04:40 PM PDT

念群与沙登人民同在 | Nie Ching for Serdang

念群与沙登人民同在 | Nie Ching for Serdang


Posted: 20 Jun 2012 07:29 PM PDT









" 另外,可能马哈迪年事已高,所以记性越来越不好,我想提醒他,1999年宽柔中学获准建立分校,当时的首相正是马哈迪本人。所以,他现在有什么立场反对纳吉政府复办关丹独中?"



Ceramah Isu Semasa - Taman Impian Indah

Posted: 20 Jun 2012 12:51 AM PDT

24hb Jun 2012 - Ceramah Isu Semasa diadakan di Tapak Letak Kereta, Taman Impian Indah, Balakong.  VIP yang turut hadir adalah YB Khalid Samad, YB R. Sivarasa.

 Encik Zamri yang mewakili Kelab Sukan Dan Rekreasi Taman Impian Putra Balakong untuk menerima sumbangan sebanyak RM1500.

Philosophy Politics Economics

Philosophy Politics Economics

Crime Rising in Selangor

Posted: 19 Jun 2012 09:31 PM PDT

There has been increasing concern over the recent months over the crime rates in the country, especially in Klang Valley and urban areas.

On May 27, 25 year old internet marketeer Chin Xin-Ci had a meat cleaver pressed against her throat before being shoved into the car in an attempted kidnap and car robbery in The Curve. On June 7, teacher Teoh Soo Kim was found  at the Talam oil palm estate in Kuala Selangor after she had been abducted from Bandar Kinrara, beaten up and her car stolen.  Two days later, Bersih steering committee member Wong Chin Huat was left with a bloody face after being assaulted while jogging in Petaling Jaya in the morning.  There is no doubt that there are many other unreported cases.

However, the Home Minister, Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein had said that the recent cases of violent crime were "isolated".  He said "blowing a few cases out of proportion would create a perception that Malaysia was unsafe country, when official data showed otherwise".

The problem is, when we request for official detailed crime statistics from the Minister, such statistics are not at all forthcoming.  This was not the case before 2009 when detailed statistics were readily made available to Members of Parliament.

I've finally received the official reply from the Home Minister to my written answer question posed in the March 2012 parliamentary session after more than 3 months of waiting.  And yet, the answers are intentionally incomplete so as to give the people an incomplete picture of the real crime situation.  I've posed the same questions to the Minister on several other parliamentary sessions over the past 2 years, and each time, I get the same reply with very little information.

In this latest question, I've asked for a detailed breakdown of crime statistics broken down by districts (Petaling Jaya, Klang, Serdang etc.) and type of crime (Violent crime: murder, rape, armed robbery, unarmed robbery, assault; Property theft: Motor vehicles, snatch theft, burglary etc.) in Selangor for each year since 2006.

The Minister has refused to provide the relevant detailed breakdowns. Instead, he gave only the total number of violent crime and property theft for each of these years.  There was no further breakdown by districts in Selangor or by type of crime.

I've also asked that the same national statistics be given, broken down by states and type of crime.  However, the Minister once again gave only the total number of crime incidence for the entire country since 2006.  He refused to break it down by states, or by the type of crime.

Clearly Najib's administration is trying to provide only positive looking summary data to improve the perception of his government.  PEMANDU does the exact same thing by obfuscating crime data which will give a positive perception to the Government in its National Key Result Area (NKRA) reports.  For example, one will not be able to find any of the above data which I've requested in PEMANDU's Annual Report in 2010 for the Government Transformation Plan (GTP) on the NKRA on Crime.

Despite that, with the little data that is provided in the latest parliamentary reply, we could already tell that crime is once again on the rise, especially in Selangor.  In 2010, the total number of violent crimes in Selangor was 7,853 cases but has increased to 8,141 cases in 2011.  Similarly, the total number of theft cases increased from 31,838 to 36,161 cases over the same period.  In total, the crime index for Selangor has worsened by 11.6% from 39,691 to 44,302!

This is despite the fact that many major cities in the Klang Valley has been turned into "war zones" with barricades, security checkpoints and boom-gates set up in various residential zones at the residents' own expense.  These private security measures have contributed to significantly reducing crime incidence in these areas.

The above data proves that there are many possible areas of weakness in the Government's fight against crime which it is trying to hide from the public.  While the overall crime levels may have dropped from 2009 to 2010 due to the initial flurry of police activities after the NKRA on crime was launched, it appears that crime is definitively on the rise again in 2011, and could have increased further in 2012.

We call on the Government to be completely transparent with its crime data.  In fact, the latest annual report of the Royal Malaysian Police which can be downloaded from their website is the 2008 copy.

There is absolutely no point of the Home Minister and PEMANDU singing praises of the Government with half-truths and blaming the people's real fear of crime on "perception".  Instead, the Government should tackle the serious crime issue head on, by recognizing the increase in crime, especially in Selangor and announce the necessary steps to halt the deteriorating circumstances.

i n t a n h i j a u

i n t a n h i j a u


Posted: 20 Jun 2012 08:04 AM PDT

Dr Siti Mariah Mahmud

Dr Siti Mariah Mahmud

Najib guna formula Pak Man Telo

Posted: 20 Jun 2012 08:19 AM PDT

Sebanyak 2.1889 billion saham akan di jual kedalam pasaran. Pembeli nya? Sebahagian besar apa yang sebut cornerstone investors. Warga Felda ada 5.5% sahaja. Atau 200. 6 juta saham sahaja. Peneroka hanya dapat beli 91 juta sahaja saham. Awak bukan ada duit. Najib tahu ini. Isa sama tahu ini. kalau kita tak beri , mana kamu ada duit. Yang ambik saham dan yang tak ambik saham- semua telah di haramjadahkan oleh Najib.

Katalah dari penjualan ini, Felda dapat RM 10 billion. Tanya Najib dan Muhyidin dan Isa Samad- berapa Felda dapat? 40%? Kalau 40% mereka akan dapat RM 4 billion. RM 6 billion pergi kepada menteri yang control Felda- PM Najib. Kita tahu apa Najib akan buat dengan duit tersebut. Ke hulu dan kehilir- hulur sana dan hulur sini. Maka jadilah BR1M- Beli Rakyat 1 Malaysia.

RM 4 billion tunai ni apa Felda akan buat? Kena bayar hutang EPF. RM 3 billion. Hutang EPF kena bayar sebab itu wang rakyat. Maka tinggal RM 1 billion. Berapa lama Felda boleh bertahan sedangkan Felda memerlukan RM 3 billion setahun untuk beroperasi?

Lama kelamaan, yang baki 40% yang tidak di jual- ada orang yang gatal mahu jual jugak. Bolehkah yang baki 40% itu selamat? Dengan Isa dan Matlaon2 dalam Felda yang ada, boleh kita jamin 40% baki yang tidak dijual , akan selamat dalam tangan Felda? Read more

Suara Sri Andalas

Suara Sri Andalas

Syabas Sabotaj Rakyat Selangor

Posted: 20 Jun 2012 01:40 AM PDT

Kenyataan Media
Syabas Sabotaj Rakyat Selangor
20 Jun 2012
Lanjutan kepada laporan The Star, atas tajuk "There is no shortage of water in Selangor, says Luas" bertarikh 19 Jun, 2012.

Kerajaan Negeri  mengesa Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor (Syabas) agar jangan terus bermain api dengan rakyat Selangor dengan menyebarkan kenyataan  tentang tahap penurunan paras air di empangan Semenyih dan Langat sejak Jumaat lalu.

Ekoran penafian Lembaga Urus Air Selangor (Luas), sebuah agensi kawal selia dan pengurusan air Negeri Selangor yang mengatakan bahawa simpanan air di kedua-dua empangan tersebut bukan sahaja mencukupi malahan 'melempah' (overflow).

Lantaran itu kita menyelar Syabas kerana memberikan kenyataan yang tidak bertanggungjawab.

Kita ingin mengingatkan Syabas agar jangan terus menakut-nakutkan rakyat Selangor dengan pengumuman-pengumuman gangguan air yang palsu sejak kebelakangan ini kerana Kerajaan Negeri Selangor sedang memantau 'tingkah laku' Syabas .

Kita menyeru Syabas jangan menakut-nakutkan rakyat Selangor akan  berlakunya krisis air supaya mereka bangkit menentang Kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat Negeri Selangor.

Memandangkan air merupakan keperluan yang penting kepada rakyat Selangor, Kerajaan Selangor tidak teragak-agak untuk mengambil alih semua loji-loji air yang dikendalikan oleh Syabas atau Puncak Niaga bagi menjamin rakyat Selangor terus mendapat bekalan air yang mencukupi untuk keperluan harian mereka.

Kita juga bertanggungjawab kepada rakyat Selangor yang memilih kerajaan Pakatan Rakyat sedia ada agar mereka tidak terus 'diperas ugut' oleh Syabas dengan berita gangguan bekalan air sewenang-wenangnya.

Kerajaan Negeri ingin menegaskan bahawa Projek Langat 2 yang bernilai RM6 bilion adalah terlalu mahal untuk ditanggung oleh rakyat Selangor. 

Ianya menguntungkan 'Pelobi-pelobi' dikalangan pemimpin-pemimpin UMNO Selangor demi kepentingan syarikat-syarikat kroni yang mahukan projek ini diteruskan.   

Kita tidak mahu rakyat Selangor menanggung beban membayar harga air yang tinggi bagi menampung kos projek tersebut apabila ia siap kelak.

Kerajaan Negeri komitted untuk terus memberikan 20 meter padu air percuma kepada rakyat Selangor.

Kerajaan Negeri sedang menyediakan 500,000 risalah berkaitan isu air ini untuk diedarkan ke seluruh Negeri Selangor bagi menangkis segala tohmahan jahat oleh pihak-pihak tertentu berkaitan isu air di Negeri Selangor.

YB Dr. Xavier Jayakumar
EXCO Kerajaan Negeri Selangor

Lim Guan Eng

Lim Guan Eng

Datuk Mohamed Khaled Nordin Should Move His Parliamentary Constituency From Pasir Gudang To Indera Mahkota Or Kuantan To Prove His Sincerity In Staying Beside The Lynas Advanced Material Plant (Lamp) Which He Described As “the safest rare earth plant in the world.”(en/cn)

Posted: 19 Jun 2012 11:49 PM PDT

DAP challenges Higher Education Minister Mohamed Khaled Nordin and parliamentary select committee's (PSC) report on Lamp to prove his willingness to live next to the plant as announced in the press yesterday. Datuk Mohamed Khaled Nordin should move his parliamentary constituency from Pasir Gudang to Indera Mahkota or Kuantan(where Lamp is located) to prove his sincerity in staying beside the LAMP.

If Dato Seri Khaled can describe Lamp as "the safest rare earth plant in the world.", then when is he moving his family next door to the RM700 million rare earths processing plant in Gebeng, Kuantan. His comments on the safest rare earth plant in the world, made even before the PSC report on Lamp was tabled to Parliament clearly confirms suspicions that the PSC is designed to "whitewash" the issue and legitimatise the operation of Lamp.

I wonder whether Dato Seri Khaled's wife and children would move up with him to Gebeng next to the Lamp when the Australian government has refused to offer any guarantees that they will take back any waste residue produced. The decision by BN to adopt the PSC report in Parliament yesterday exposes the deception of the people and hypocrisy of MCA leaders, including its President Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lik, who had pretended to oppose the Lamp.

The principal issue is why Lynas has to travel thousands of miles away to transport rare earth ore that is mined in Western Australia to Kuantan, when it is cheaper to build one in Australia? Clearly Australian government places the welfare, health and environment of their citizens as more important than profits.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Dato Seri Najib Tun Razak is committed to allowing Lamp to operate as BN values profits more than people's health. By failing to listen to the concerns of the people, BN highlights the contrasting environmental approaches between PR that wants the Lamp closed down.

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Comment on MAS AGM tomorrow: Why Tan Sri Azman Yahya of SCOMI is not seeking re-election by Minority Shareholder

Posted: 20 Jun 2012 09:57 AM PDT

How much is the Advisor, Abdullah Badawi, being paid per month and what has he contributed to MAS so far?

Comment on MAS AGM tomorrow: Why Tan Sri Azman Yahya of SCOMI is not seeking re-election by Anonymous

Posted: 20 Jun 2012 08:10 AM PDT

Banyak conflict of interest lah MAS ni. Lepas tu nak suruh staff sokong, mana staff nak! Staff MAS pandai, bukan bodoh.

Comment on MAS AGM tomorrow: Why Tan Sri Azman Yahya of SCOMI is not seeking re-election by Tiger for malgudi

Posted: 20 Jun 2012 07:40 AM PDT

Hello YB, good work on the exposes! Send those cronies packing!

I humbly suggest however that you will earn more fans if you can propose solutions to this long-running MAS problem. Fact is, MAS is operatig in a very difficult environment (even SQ making losses!), MAS cost structure bloated (by a 22k manpower?)’, cash bleeding, old aircraft, morale at all time low…

If everybody criticizes without offering realistic solutions (and high level rhetoric please, thats also unhelpful) our beloved MAS will continue spiraling towards doom. So without giving solutions, all your eefort in last 8-9 months would have only made MAS worse!

Best of luck YB and keep up the good work!

Comment on MAS AGM tomorrow: Why Tan Sri Azman Yahya of SCOMI is not seeking re-election by Economist Kampong

Posted: 20 Jun 2012 07:37 AM PDT


This ongoing saga seems to link Bina Tak Fikir to Khazanah to MAS to AA to LSG Sky Chef to Brahim to Dolah Badawi to Scomi to CIMB to EY to Fourth Floor boys and back to Azman Mokhtar is making all thinking Malaysians very very upset.

The anger is mounting daily as the PM seems to dilly dally over what needed to be done. It is made worse as the people clearly know what is required to be done but the Government seems to be clueless at best, or unwilling to take action, at worst.

I only hope they would not punish the BN government at the coming poll.

YB WCK – thank you for your very good work in getting us to be better informed. Please continue with this noble endeavour. Thank you very much.

Comment on MAS AGM tomorrow: Why Tan Sri Azman Yahya of SCOMI is not seeking re-election by pertiwi

Posted: 19 Jun 2012 11:50 PM PDT

Dear YB,
It’s good that TSM Azman Yahya stay away as well as Omar, but I wish they will appoint Tan Sri Abd Aziz as a director so that AJ can learn from him instead!!

Comment on MAS AGM tomorrow: Why Tan Sri Azman Yahya of SCOMI is not seeking re-election by HANANA BT ABDULLA

Posted: 19 Jun 2012 09:40 PM PDT







the sandiwara plot become a bit clearer when you

introduced omar ong in the picture. So it would appear

the whole exercise is to help fatten air asia and kill off

mas for good. Omar ong has always been a barua for n…/umno.

He is in petronas to look after n…’s interest.

So it would appear n… /umno has interest in air asia.

Hence Rafida too is in air asia. So far we had seen the

damages done by the regular baruas-mat nor, mat dan and

mat jo [a.] . The three regular mutts are out to kill/bleed

mas under some silly acronyms I would not care to mention.


When the astro woman is emplaced in the mas directorship,

it raise another flag. AK [ a.. k... ] has a

finger in the pie too?


Most likely too. AK probably plays the same role as

chingkie vingkie tan, the savior of perak bn gomen!

So we can look forward to some interesting future dealings

where the ‘man -behind-the -scene’ will make another drastic move

What next?


Note to whisleblowers

Pay attention to AK’s dealing and wheeling. Find out how all

the important people in mas would relate to AK/Max.s thru whatever

relationships-of wives in-laws. It would be interesting to know if AK has

‘plants’ [dalang] in MAS!


The intent of da ‘man’ is clear. Destroy mas and fatten air asia.

The baruas are using slater walker’s [1] tactic-strip the company

and throw out the employees, on mas and other target glc’s



[1]wiki-jim slater , accountant

note: in mas 4 accountants, mat nor , mat dan [d..y],amok and

azman ya..a emulate the style of jim slater-strip the company

to unlock the asset. The melayu ‘mutts’ rebrand the ruse

‘asset unbundling’.

They were probably thinking that they were ‘mat-bundle ‘unbundling

assets for cronies and ‘da-man’



Comment on MAS AGM tomorrow: Why Tan Sri Azman Yahya of SCOMI is not seeking re-election by pertiwi

Posted: 19 Jun 2012 08:13 PM PDT

Dear YB,
I really don’t understand, why Dato' Rohana binti Rozhan from ASTRO will be re-elected? The aviation need an entertainment experties meh? Further more, is Dato’ Rohana one of Tony best buddy?
Tan Sri Mohamed Azman Yahya, from SCOMI. Erm.. let me rethink, why we need a director from Pak Lah’s company(SCOMI) where Pak Lah also a so called Penasihat to MAS? LSG? Conflict of interest!!

Comment on MAS AGM tomorrow: Why Tan Sri Azman Yahya of SCOMI is not seeking re-election by Hana

Posted: 19 Jun 2012 08:03 PM PDT

The share suap was also co-incidental! Bloody pariah and his kuncu2 who are still in MAS.

AJ you are still holding on like Rashdan. Tak malu lagi kah?

Comment on MAS AGM tomorrow: Why Tan Sri Azman Yahya of SCOMI is not seeking re-election by Budak @ Tingkat 4

Posted: 19 Jun 2012 07:11 PM PDT

YB please check many tasks in MAS have been out sourced to several outfits in Symphony House. Symphony Share Registrar Sdn Bhd is just one of them.

Azman Yahya is another great guy in the corporate world. Another Oxbridge graduate like Rashdan, Omar and Azman Mokhtar.

Heard they were part of the Tingkat Empat? ka ka ka!

Comment on Questions Time 19-06-2012: Non-Disclosure clause in the BinaFikir’s consultancy agreement on WAU by Second time

Posted: 19 Jun 2012 06:58 PM PDT

Syabas Y.B. I support you all the way. Expose those people who are hiding behind contract. I do wish you will be in parliament in the next general election.

Nurul Izzah Anwar

Nurul Izzah Anwar

Wakil Pakatan Rakyat: Tahniah kepada Dr Muhammad Morsi dan rakyat Mesir

Posted: 19 Jun 2012 07:44 PM PDT

20 Jun 2012

Pakatan Rakyat mengambil maklum tentang kejayaan yang dilakar calon Parti Pembebasan dan Keadilan (FJP), Dr. Muhammad Morsi menerusi peratusan undi melebihi 50 peratus di dalam keputusan Pilihanraya Mesir yang paling mutakhir. Kami juga bersama dalam mengucapkan tahniah kepada Dr. Muhammad Morsi yang dipilih majoriti rakyat Mesir dan menyaksikan sokongan menyeluruh kumpulan konservatif dan juga kelompok sekular atas nama demokrasi.

Keputusan ini dicatat oleh Parti FJP di dalam suasana tegang yang menyaksikan pengumuman Menteri Keadilan lantikan tentera Mesir yang mengumumkan darurat, justeru memberi kuasa penuh kepada Tentera Mesir sekaligus membubarkan parlimen.

Pun begitu, dokongan dan undi majoriti yang masih diraih Dr. Morsi membuktikan iltizam warga Mesir untuk memilih kerajaan demokratik, bukannya sebarang regim yang masih berada di dalam genggaman ketenteraan.

Pengumuman tentera Mesir juga tidak membantu kuasa parlimen Mesir untuk melakar deraf perlembagaan baru bagi Negara tersebut, yang akhirnya merampas kuasa serta hak yang termaktub dalam mana-mana Negara demokrasi.

Sehubungan dengan itu juga, KEADILAN, PAS dan DAP meminta pihak kerajaan Malaysia, Majlis Tertinggi Ketenteraan Mesir (SCAF) dan masyarakat antarabangsa secara keseluruhannya untuk menghormati keputusan majoriti rakyat Mesir dan tidak campur tangan demi memastikan ketenangan dan semangat demokrasi kekal bersinar di Mesir.

Nurul Izzah Anwar, Ahli Parlimen Lembah Pantai
Liew Chin Tong, Ahli Parlimen Bukit Bendera
Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad, Ahli Parlimen Kuala Selangor


20 June 2012

Pakatan Rakyat wishes to congratulate Dr. Muhammad Morsi, the candidate representing the Freedom and Justice Party during Egypt's Presidential Elections by garnering more than 50 percent votes in the concluding round of an election that saw unified support both from the conservative as well as the secular groups in Egypt.

The results were obtained despite the tense situation that saw the Military appointed Justice Minister declare martial law, transferring Parliament's legislative powers to the military – which effectively holds the power to enforce law and order.

Such announcements by the Military are considered unnecessary intervention in assisting Egypt's successful democratic transition.

As such, we hope that the results of the recently concluded Presidential election would be fully supported not only by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, but also the Malaysian government and the world community at large. Plans by the political parties to convene parliament must be supported, as do their commitment towards the creation of a civil, democratic and constitutional state.

Nurul Izzah Anwar, MP for Lembah Pantai
Liew Chin Tong, MP for Bukit Bendera
Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad, MP for Kuala Selangor



Kenyataan Media P Siri Pengkhianatan Melayu Terbesar (Kenyataan Media Presiden PAS)

Posted: 19 Jun 2012 07:30 PM PDT

UMNO meneruskan siri-siri mengagalkan bangsa sendiri setelah sekian lama menghapuskan tulisan jawi, bahasa Melayu yang dipinggirkan dalam PPSMI dan kegagalan dalam Dasar Ekonomi Baru.

Terbaru, aset Felda yang berharga milik rakyat Malaysia yang majoritinya orang Melayu menjadi mangsa penggadaian seterusnya. Ladang, tanah dan segala perniagaan milik sepenuhnya warga Felda dan negara, difaraidkan sesama sendiri dan syarikat asing melalui usaha penyenaraian di Bursa Saham.

Apa yang memilukan, peneroka dan kakitangan Felda yang berpuluh tahun membangunkan Felda, diberikan saham terkecil iaitu 2.5 peratus dan 3 peratus sahaja. Tetapi mereka sanggup memberi ruang kepada Syarikat Asing dari luar negara memegang sekitar 20 peratus saham dalam Felda Global Ventures ini. Tidak mustahil dimasa akan datang syarikat asing atau mereka yang tidak kena mengena dengan Felda yang akan menjadi pemilik aset berharga Felda ini setelah saham-sahamnya terjual. Bagi Pas, bukan sekadar masalah pengagihan saham tersebut yang utamanya, tetapi melibatkan tanah-tanah Felda dan aset berharga milik rakyat dan negara ini satu pengkhianatan. Apatah lagi menyerahkan urusan sebesar itu dikendalikan oleh individu yang terpalit dengan rasuah yang diakui partinya sendiri.

Ini adalah satu pengkhianatan kepada bangsa Melayu yang mendiami kawasan Felda dan seluruh negara. Pas menyeru kepada seluruh rakyat Malaysia, khususnya warga Felda supaya segera menggantikan UMNO yang lama memerintah dan terus bertindak gagal dengan memberi undi kepada Pas dan rakan-rakan Pakatan Rakyat. Kita tidak punyai masa yang lama lagi untuk menunggu berapa banyak lagi aset negara berpontensi terjual dibawah pemerintahan UMNO BN hari ini.

Tuan Guru Dato' Seri Abdul Hadi Awang
Presiden PAS


Posted: 19 Jun 2012 09:31 AM PDT

Surat Sore Untuk Mat Isa Samad
Berundurlah Secara Terhormat

Ke hadapan Mat Isa Samad yang dihormati.... surat senja saya ini ringkas sahaja untuk menyatakan sesuatu kepada saudara demi parti saudara dan juga perdana menteri saudara yang juga perdana menteri kita semua Ha Najib Razak. Ekoran keputusan Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur hari ini yang membekukan sementara perlantikan saudara sebagai pengerusi Koperasi Permodalan Felda (KPF) dan keahliannya dalam koperasi tersebut swajarlah audara berfikir mengenai kedudukan saudara sebagai Pengerusi Felda.

Bagi pandangan saya saudara hendaklah berhenti serta menyerta daripada menjadi pengerusi Felda. Saudara harus faham keputusan mahkamah itu walaupun bersifat sementara tetapi ia memberi kesan moral yang tinggi terhadap saudara. Ia mempunyai simbolik tersirat bahawa kedudukan saudara sebagai tidak sah.
Makanya tindakan mahkamah itu sudah cukup untuk saudara menilai kedudukan saudara disitu telah menimbulkan masalah dan musibah. Saudara tidak dapat lagi mempertahankan kedudukan saudara itu dengan apa juga alasan termasuk perlantikan saudara itu atas kehendak dan bidang kuasa perdana menteri.

Saya tetap percaya dan yakin kalau Ha Najib dapat menduga awal perlantikan saudara memegang teraju lembaga tanah itu menimbul masalah besar beliau akan berfikir tujuh kali untuk berbuat demikian. Pasti juga Najib akan memberi jawatan atau kedudukan lain kepada saudara sebagai 'suaka' politik dirinya. Fahamkan maksud tentang ayat ini?

Berani saya mengatakan Najib tidak terfikir akan implikasi dengan perlantikan saudara itu. Sekali fikir untuk tidak menjadikan Felda huruhara dengan perlantikan saudara itu, beliau merelakan saudara untuk mendedahkan hal-hal peribadinya yang berada dalam pengetahuan saudara termasuk apa dinamakan skandal Najib dengan seorang artis.

Tetapi sayang Najib tidak mempunyai pembacaan yang tinggi terhadap kemampuan saudara dan tidak sangka yang pegawai tinggi Felda dan peneroka akan bertindak ke atas saudara. Mungkin Najib juga tidak terfikir para peneroka berani untuk bertindak kerana mereka sudah diberi makanan dan minuman yang cukup. Sebaliknya apa yang Najib harap itu terjadi sebaliknya.

Saudara hendaklah faham juga masalah yang timbul bukan menjejaskan wibawa saudara sebagai orang politik dan juga pengerusi Felda semata-mata tetapi ia turut sama mengheret parti saudara, Umno dan juga perdana menteri Ha Najib Razak. Tidak boleh disembunyikan lagi sejak saudara berada di dalam Felda ia menjejaskan banyak institusi berkenaan, memberi kesan buruk kepada Najib dan seluruh warga peneroka jadi bengong dan ada yang bergaduh sesama sendiri.

Kalau ada orang mengatakan Felda hari ini sudah hilang seri dan kedamaiannya ia bukan saja kerana pembangkang tetapi pangkalnya kerana saudara.

Apakah saudara tidak faham kekecohan atau pun gelora yang berlaku dalam Felda ke belakangan ini ia berpunca daripada saudara? Banyak tentangan dan bantahan dengan kehadiran saudara dalam warga Felda. Ibu pejabat Felda menjadi kelam kabut disebabkan saudara dan tindakan saudara. Felda yang sebelum ini tidak bergolak kini bergelumbang teruk gara-gara saudara. Melihat pergolakan dan keriuhan dalam Felda ia sekaan-akan boleh meruntuhkan menara baru dan menara lama Felda itu.

Mungkin saudara boleh mengatakan saudara layak menjadi Pengerusi Felda kerana saudara ada pengalaman sebagai Menteri Besar dan juga pernah menteri kabinet. Mungkin benar. Tetapi apakah maknanya kalau kehadiran saudara itu terus diperkatakan. Satu persepsi buruk yang meyelimuti diri saudara yang tidak mudah dilupakan warga Felda dan seluruh ahli parti saudara ialah mengenai hukuman yang pernah dijatuhkan ke atas diri saudara yang melakukan rasuah dalam pemilihan pucuk pimpinan parti saudara.

Hukuman itu sangat buruk untuk politik saudara dan reputasi siasah sudah juga terjejas. Pemaafan yang parti saudara berikan kepada saudara tidak akan menghilang rasa prejudis dan buruk terhadap saudara.

Di sini apa yang dapat difahami oleh saya apabila keahlian saudara dalam KFP dibekukan dan begitu juga kedudukan sebagai pengerusi dibekukan, bermakna kedudukan saudara mendatang masalah? Bahawa bukti dan tuduhan mengatakan kehadiran saudara di Felda itu haram ada kebenarannya. Iya jika saudara bertanggungjawab dan kesiankan Najib berundurlah dengan terhormat. Bersikaplah sebagai seorang pemimpin yang bertanggungjawab dan mempunyai nilai kepimpinan yang tinggi.

Saya ingin memberi pandangan jangan saudara mengusutkan lagi keadaan dalam Felda yang kini sudah merebak ke luar di mana berpotensi untuk menyusahkan Ha Najib dalam pilihan raya umum akan datang. Walaupun busuk dalam Felda tidak boleh dinyahkan meskipun saudara telah meninggalkan institusi itu, tetapi sekurang-kurangnya kehanyiran Felda berkurangan sedikit bila sudara sudah meninggalkannya.

Saudara harus tanya kepada diri sendiri apakah saudara terus untuk membela diri sendiri atau pun membiarkan diri Felda terus 'berkucah' dan akhirnya akan menenggelamkan parti saudara dalam pilihan raya umum nanti. Renunglah sebagai mungkin surat senja saya ini kalau-kalau ada kebaikan dan manfaat di hujung titiknya. [wm.kl.6:52 pm 19/06/12]

Source: http://msomelayu.blogspot.com/2012/06/susupan-petang_19.html