Jumaat, 22 Februari 2013

Dr Shafie Abu Bakar

Dr Shafie Abu Bakar

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Posted: 22 Feb 2013 03:49 PM PST

N45 Dr Halimah Ali

N45 Dr Halimah Ali


Posted: 22 Feb 2013 04:26 PM PST

Is your Internet fast enough?
Is your Internet speed too slow to keep up with your online needs? Is your internet service provider (ISP) fooling you by not providing you with the advertised internet speed or bandwidth ALL the time or at CERTAIN TIME of the day? Some ISP allow more users than their network can handle.
Adapted from Yahoo / By Terry Loose

If your Internet experience was an animal, would it be a cheetah or a slug? A silly question maybe, but the answer is anything but silly.

That's because in today's globally connected world of computers, video streaming, and social media, the speed of your Internet connection could mean the difference between a mega bright smile and a mega bummer frown.

"If your connection is too slow, you'll have a really frustrating experience," says Phil Dunn, a technology specialist at Synapse Services Co., a web technologies and content development company.

"[Connection speed] is a quality of experience issue," adds Dunn. "The bottleneck with Internet use is that a lot of today's computer programs are relying on the Internet connection to work, such as video streaming with Netflix or YouTube or streaming music, to name just a few."

On the flip side, some people might not need the more expensive lightning-fast speeds certain Internet providers offer, according to Dunn.

Keep reading for tips on how to match your Internet speed to your lifestyle speed.

Tip #1: Determine Your Speed Need

When it comes to your Internet connection, your need for speed is a function of what tasks you go online to perform. According to Dunn, the more data rich stuff you do - such as streaming videos and music or playing online games - the faster your connection to the Internet needs to be.

"Let's say you're a family with a TV that's streaming Netflix through an Internet connection, and a few kids who are streaming songs, and you have a slow Internet connection," Dunn says. "You're going to run into problems. Things will stall because the bandwidth just isn't big enough."

So how can you calculate your Internet speed? This can be done over the Internet at certain sites.

And to help you decide if it's time to upgrade your speed, here are some suggestions based on your amount of online usage, according to the "Cut your telecom bill" article:

Light Usage: You only have two people using the Internet simultaneously, Web surfing, downloading short, standard-definition videos, emailing, and perhaps playing simple Internet games.

Speed Suggested: Up to 3 megabytes per second [Mbps]

Moderate Usage: Occasionally up to three simultaneous users. They are commonly video streaming, with some high definition (HD) content from places such as iTunes. Also, some HD interactive game playing and uploading of high-resolution photos to a cloud storage service, which keeps your data at a remote location to free up your hard drive. You can tolerate the occasional quality compromise.

Speed Suggested: Up to 6 to 12 Mbps

Heavy Usage: You have up to four people online simultaneously, some perhaps using a tablet or smartphone. They are doing content-rich stuff like streaming movies or videos or uploading big files or photos to cloud storage services. Users also might demand high speeds. Professional photographers and videographers could fall into this group.

Speed Suggested: At least 15 Mbps

Tip #2: Get the Right Type of Connection

When it comes to connecting to the Internet, you have a lot of options, says Dunn. They range from snail-paced slow (dial up) to fabulously fast (the best cable) and everything in between. Below is a breakdown of some of the many options available, according to Dunn:

Option 1: Dial-up Connection: This option uses a traditional phone line to access the Internet.

Speed: Very slow by today's standards.

Typical Cost: Free to very inexpensive.

Expert's Take: "This is the minimum. Someone on a dial-up modem trying to use Skype or watch videos is going to have a horrible time," says Dunn. In addition, you need a home phone line, which more and more people are replacing with their cell phone.

Option 2: DSL (Digital Subscriber Line): This option also uses a traditional phone line to access the Internet, but it's a bit faster.

Speed: Slow by today's standards.

Typical Cost: Low to moderate.

Expert's Take: "When you go beyond basic email and get into more graphic heavy stuff or videos, you're going to want DSL at least," says Dunn. "But it's still going to be frustrating at times."

Option 3: Cable: This option uses the same cable line as your cable TV. The bigger line offers the opportunity to transfer more data at a time, thus it's much faster.

Speed: Fast to Very Fast. Anywhere from 2 Mbps to 100 Mbps. (See chart in Tip #1)

Typical Cost: Ranges widely, depending on speed and whether you bundle your service with cable TV and home phone, which makes it less expensive.

Expert's Take: "This is typically very fast," says Dunn. "For most families, this is the option that will allow them to do all the things they want to do, from watching movies and streaming music to photo sharing and playing online games."

Tip #3: Use Cafes and Libraries for Web Access

Next time you're at a cafe and order a chai latte with soy, you might think about ordering up a side of Internet access. That's because in today's Internet-fueled world, many businesses give customers Internet access for free - or as a premium when they buy a drink or meal. Public spaces often have this feature as well.

Typically referred to as hotspots, they range from cafes and bookstores to libraries and airports. Conceivably, a consumer who doesn't have good Internet access at home - or doesn't want to pay for it - could supplement their usage by frequenting these places, according to Dunn.

But it's not all whip cream and chocolate cookies; there is a downside.

"They typically don't offer great connections because it's an expense that they have to make up by selling an extra cup of coffee or muffin," says Dunn. "They also have to support all the freeloaders who come in and buy a Coke and hang out for five hours."

This brings up another potential problem: the more people sharing the connection, the slower each of their connections will be, says Dunn. So especially in public places such as libraries and airports, that could really wipe out your Web surfing plan.

Tip #4: Make Sure You're Getting the Speed You're Paying For

Are you paying for cable Internet, but your favorite website is taking more time than usual to load? It may be time for an Internet service upgrade. In other words, time to go shopping.

But first you might want to check to make sure the cable company is delivering the speed they promise, and that your equipment is not to blame.

To start, check that your connection is as fast as you believe it to be. "Performing a speed test to determine your [Internet connection] speed is a good start," says Dunn.

Next, make sure you are connecting your computer to the cable modem (the box that connects your computer to the cable coming into the house) in the best way possible.

"If your computer is connected to the cable modem with a line, your experience is going to be much better than if you're using a router and Wi-Fi [a wireless connection that uses radio waves]," says Dunn.

"Wi-Fi slows things down, depending on what kind you have," adds Dunn. Why? Because it relies on radio waves instead of an uninterrupted copper wire connection.

But if you love to go mobile, routers with Wi-Fi might be essential to your lifestyle. If so, two things to remember about routers and Wi-Fi: update the software often and newer routers will provide faster speeds (look for the term 802.11.n). To update your router, you can check your router instructions or call the manufacturer's tech support.

Tip #5: Check for Speed Killers

If you've done all you can to ensure a great Internet connection speed, but you still can't seem to stream the latest blockbuster, make sure you haven't fallen victim to a computer virus.

"The big one that's going to kill you with Internet speed is malware or viruses, or Trojan horses," says Dunn. "Those are all under the security category and are really going to cause damage."

These programs are designed to break into your computer and perform things you don't want happening in your circuitry.

But how do you get these viruses? By visiting sites or opening emails from hackers who want to use your computer and connection to perform illegal activity, such as pirating movies or music, says Dunn. Their computer programs [the malware, viruses, and Trojan horses] are loaded onto your computer and perform the illegal tasks.

"So you think your Internet connection is slow, but it's really this third party who is using part of your bandwidth to do their nefarious deeds," says Dunn.

So how do you avoid it? "Virus and malware software, like Microsoft Security Essentials, or Norton, or McAfee, are pretty good at protecting your computer," says Dunn.

But he adds that these anti-virus software programs are not perfect, so keeping your computer healthy is a balance between having those protection tools installed and being careful what sites you visit.


Posted: 22 Feb 2013 04:09 AM PST

Dr Halimah: Bantuan Tunas diberi berperingkat-peringkat

KUALA LUMPUR, 21 Feb - Exco Pendidikan dan Pembangunan Modal Insan Selangor, Dr Halimah Ali berkata bantuan Skim Bantuan Tadika Selangor (Tunas) diberi secara berperingkat-peringkat, dan mengambil kira pendapatan dan keperluan rakyat.

Beliau yang merupakan ahli dewan undangan negeri Selat Klang menepis dakwaan Badan Bertindak Rakyat Selangor (BBRS) yang mengatakan kerajaan negeri yang dipimpin Pakatan Rakyat (PR) gagal menguruskan kewangan dengan baik dan gagal menunaikan janji manifesto pilihan raya 2008 untuk memberi RM50 sebulan kepada ibu bapa yang mempunyai anak pra sekolah.

"Dia kena tahu BN ni memerintah bila, PR ni bila pula memerintah. Kita buat kerja ni berfasa, kita ada pelan kita sendiri.

"Kita bukan seperti Umno dan Barisan Nasional yang terburu-buru buat kerja. Kita laksanakan apa yang kita mampu buat, dan kemudian kita akan buat secara berperingkat-peringkat," kata Dr Halimah ketika dihubungi The Malaysian Insider petang ini.
Pengerusi BBRS, Datuk Said Anuar Said Ahmad pagi ini berkata kerajaan negeri tidak membuat kiraan yang betul semasa membuat manifesto pada 2008 untuk memberi bantuan RM50 setiap bulan kepada ibu bapa yang mempunyai kanak-kanak pra sekolah.
"Ada 130,000 kanak-kanak pra-sekolah di negeri Selangor, 30,000 kanak-kanak belajar di tadika Kemas tapi kerajaan negeri hanya peruntukkan 5,000 sahaja.
"Dan bantuan tersebut cuma disalurkan kepada tadika PASTI sahaja," kata Said Anuar dalam sidang media, semasa bersama-sama 100 ibu bapa yang berhimpun membantah kerajaan negeri di sini pagi tadi.
Dr Halimah berkata, program Tunas dilancarkan untuk membantu golongan berpendapatan rendah, iaitu kelompok sasaran mereka yang mempunyai pendapatan di bawah RM1,500.
"Kita mahu bantu orang miskin. Kita mahu memberi bantuan kepada mereka yang memerlukan. Orang yang dah kemampuan, yang hantar tadika mahal-mahal, kenapa perlu bagi lagi. Kita tolonglah orang yang berpendapatan rendah," kata Dr Halimah lagi.
Dr Halimah juga mengalu-alukan kerajaan Persekutuan yang diperintah Barisan Nasional (BN) untuk membantu kerajaan negeri, tetapi mengulangi kenyataannya bahawa meminta agar bantuan ke atas tadika-tadika yang menyertai Tunas tidak disekat.
Dr Halimah mendakwa apabila beliau selaku Exco Pendidikan negeri melawat sekolah-sekolah atau tadika, pihak guru-guru sering dipanggil oleh kementerian dan ini menyebabkan mereka takut untuk menerima skim bantuan kerajaan negeri itu.
"Saya selaku exco pendidikan, kita mengalu-alukan kerajaan Persekutuan untuk membantu rakyat di negeri Selangor. Tapi kalau tak sekat kenapa mereka halang kami exco dari nak melawat sekolah?
"Jadi mereka takut nak menyertai Skim Bantuan Tunas ni," katanya lagi.
Beliau juga mencabar BBRS untuk mendesak Kementerian Pelajaran untuk tidak menghalang mana-mana tadika yang mengambil bantuan Tunas dan tidak diambil tindakan.
"Saya mengharapkan mereka mendesak kementerian pelajaran supaya tidak mempolitikkan pendidikan.
"Kita dalam rangka untuk merancang dan buat laporan apa yang kita tunaikan apa yang belum ditunaikan," kata Dr Halimah lagi.

Suara Sri Andalas

Suara Sri Andalas

Sekitar Ceramah Merdeka Rakyat Bersama Dato Seri Anwar Ibrahim di Taman Rakyat, Taman Sri Andalas

Posted: 21 Feb 2013 07:36 PM PST

Program Ceramah Merdeka Rakyat Bersama Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim yang diadakan di Taman Rakyat, Taman Sri Andalas, Klang semalam (21 Februari 2013, Khamis) mendapat sambutan yang sangat menggalakkan.

Walaupun program bermula dari jam 8.30 malam, orang ramai telah mulai memenuhi tapak program sejak pukul 7.00 malam lagi. Hadirin terdiri daripada berbagai-bagai kaum dan peringkat umur serta bukan sahaja dihadiri oleh warga DUN Seri Andalas malah mendapat sambutan dari kawasan berlainan daerah dan negeri. Khemah-khemah jualan makanan dan cenderahati juga didirikan di tapak yang disediakan.
Pengacara majlis adalah saudara Azmizam Zaman Huri, Ketua Angkatan Muda Keadilan Kota Raja yang sekali-sekala bertanyakan soalan kepada para hadirin, "Are you ready for Pakatan Rakyat?" dan para hadirin menjawab beramai-ramai "Yes!" dan kemudian "Are you ready for BN?" dan jawapan seperti yang dijangka para hadirin beramai-ramai menjawab "No!".

Antara penceramah yang hadir memberikan ucapan adalah YB Abdullah Sani, Ahli Parlimen Kuala Langat, YB Dzulkefly Ahmad, Ahli Parlimen Kuala Selangor, YB Dr Siti Mariah Mahmud, Ahli Parlimen Kota Raja, Cikgu Jaafar, Yang Di Pertua PAS Kota Raja, YB Dr Xavier Jayakumar, ADUN Seri Andalas selaku tuan rumah.

Orang ramai memberi tepukan gemuruh apabila YAB Tan Sri Dato Seri Khalid tiba kira-kira jam 10.15 malam untuk memberikan ceramah. Walaupun dengan gaya bersahaja Dato' Menteri Besar Negeri Selangor, namun ucapan beliau penuh dengan fakta dan butiran yang menarik minat orang ramai.

Jam 11.00 malam, penceramah yang ditunggu-tunggu iaitu Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim tiba dengan sambutan dan sorakan oleh hadirin sambil memegang placard "Anwar PM Ke-7".  Dato' Seri Anwar memberi ceramah dengan penuh semangat dan menjawab tohmahan-tohmahan yang dilemparkan oleh BN sebelum ini.

Program berakhir sekitar jam 12.20 tengah malam. YB Dr Xavier Jayakumar mengucapkan terima kasih kepada orang ramai yang datang memberi sokongan dan penghargaan kepada rakan-rakan Pakatan Rakyat serta para sukarelawan yang telah menyumbangkan masa dan tenaga untuk menjayakan program ini.

The Systematic Water Torture

Posted: 21 Feb 2013 06:05 PM PST

By Stan CH Lee

Under Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor (Syabas), Malaysians are paying more and more for water that is not even fit to drink.We have been living with murky, tea coloured water for years, forcing us to spend thousands on home water filters.

Imagine, just to get clean water to drink. This alone is the clearest sign that the water concessionare is not doing its job.

Like all BN privatisation projects, this is a lopsided contract favouring cronies over the people's welfare.

When the CEO is paid a whopping RM425,000 a month basic pay, in a loss-making concern, you would think he should be more than satisfied with his pay. But no, he still needs to make even more money by buying pipes from his own company in Indonesia – in clear breach of the terms of the privatisation contract.

I for one do not understand why a contract cannot be nullified if terms are breached.
And now there is the ongoing water crisis in Selangor.

Looming large in the background is the BN backed Langat 2 project – ostensibly conceived to alleviate future water shortage by getting water from Pahang.

The catch is, you need to cut through the Main Range to bring the water over, resulting in a mega billion ringgit bill. To be paid by – you guessed it – increasing the water tariff on a monopolised water supply.

This has been in the pipeline for a while now since BN days and waiting to be fast tracked for negotiated tender and award – no doubt to another BN crony with absolutely no track record but plenty of cables.

But there is a stumbling block.Water is under state jurisdiction – and the Selangor state government, now under Pakatan Rakyat, has an alternative source of water from Perak that will cost only a fraction of what Langat 2 is projected to cost.

This will go a long way to help people mitigate the rising costs of living. So there is a stalemate. BN wants to spend billions on Langat 2. Pakatan does not.
Sense of panic
That is why, with GE13 coming up and the strong possibility of the Federal Government falling to Pakatan, there is a sense of panic and urgency in the air – and the PM has already declared that he wants Selangor back in BN hands by hook or by crook!

In a totally irresponsible, malicious and possibly life threatening move, the Federal Government , through Syabas is using water to hold the people to ransom by manufacturing a water shortage complete with a TV advertisement showing people queueing up for water to highlight the "incompetency" of the Selangor government, thinking that the people will get upset with the Selangor government and bring back BN who will then "magically"turn on the taps.

But the weather has been kind and it has been raining throughout this period and the dams are full to overflowing, so the story about water shortage simply does not – well, hold water.

In spite of this very obviously wet season, the Federal Government expects the people of Selangor to believe there is a shortage nevertheless, that is slated to last through to the Chinese New Year.

As the affected people of Selangor do their daily water runs just remember the water trucks are there not to help you. They are there to help the BN win votes.
Are you giving yours to them?

Source: FreeMalaysiaToday

PKR Lancar Institut Rakyat, Lahirkan Dasar Lebih Baik

Posted: 21 Feb 2013 06:00 PM PST

SUBANG JAYA, 21 FEB : PKR hari ini melancarkan Institut Rakyat bagi menjalankan penyelidikan dan membuat formula dasar ke arah keadilan sosial dan masa depan mampan negara.

Badan pemikir itu akan mendapatkan pandangan awam, masyarakat sivil, pembuat dasar, ahli korporat dan sektor awam melalui bengkel perbincangan, forum, persidangan dan penerbitan kertas kerja bagi melahirkan dasar.

Menurut Ketua Umum PKR, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim Insitut Rakyat dengan slogan 'Ke Arah Malaysia Baru' tersebut dilahirkan dari hasil desakan pemimpin muda dalam PKR.

"Ini sesuatu yang baru, ahli politik seperti saya dari masa ke semasa terpaksa tunduk kepada tokoh-tokoh muda yang mahukan Institut Rakyat ditubuhkan," kata Anwar sebelum melancarkan 'think tank' tersebut dihadapan lebih 100 hadirin.

Sementara itu, Pengerusi Institut Rakyat, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Ismail dalam sidang medianya berkata Institut Rakyat tetap menjalankan fungsi sebagai badan pemikir dan pengkritik kerajaan walaupun sekiranya PKR mentadbir Putrajaya nanti.

Selain Dr Wan Azizah sebagai Pengerusi, turut berada dalam lembaga pengarah Institut Rakyat, Dr Syed Husin Ali sebagai Timbalan Pengerusi, Dr Mehnun Siraj dan tiga nama lain.

Sebelum itu, majlis pelancaran Institut Rakyat yang diadakan di Hotel Empire Subang petang tadi turut dihadiri beberapa ahli akedemik, ahli ekonomi dan pemimpin PKR.

Antara yang turut hadir termasuklah, Naib Presiden PKR, Nurul Izzah Anwar, Pengarah Startegi PKR, Mohd Rafizi Ramli, bekas Timbalan Presiden PKR, Dr Syed Husin Ali, Ahli Ekonomi, Dr Jomo Sundaram dan Pakar ekonomi Azrul Azwar Ahmad Tajudin.

Sumber: Selangorku

Selangor Gantung Sementara Semua Projek Prasarana Persekutuan

Posted: 21 Feb 2013 02:30 AM PST

SHAH ALAM, 21 FEB : Semua projek prasarana Kerajaan Persekutuan di Selangor, seperti jalanraya dan bangunan, telah digantung buat sementara waktu.

Keputusan itu dibuat Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim sebagai respons terhadap keputusan Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur hari ini di dalam kes dua tiang kamera penguatkuasa automatik (AES) yang dipasang di lebuhraya di dalam kawasan Sepang.

" … Kebenaran pembangunan yang telah diberikan kepada jalanraya dan prasarana persekutuan hendaklah digantung buat sementara waktu sehingga proses rayuan selesai," kata Abdul Khalid di dalam satu kenyataan media.

"Kerajaan Negeri juga telah mengarahkan Pengarah Unit Perancang Ekonomi Negeri Selangor untuk menyediakan senarai cadangan pembangunan persekutuan.

"Samada lebuhraya atau Prasarana Transit Aliran Ringat (LRT) untuk disemak semula oleh Majlis Kerajaan Negeri bagi memastikan kepentingan rakyat Selangor dan kerajaan negeri terjamin," kata Abdul Khalid.

Beliau berkata Majlis Perbandaran Sepang (MPSp) dan Penasihat undang-undang Negeri Selangor akan membuat rayuan terhadap keputusan tersebut.

Ini kerana keputusan itu bermakna pihak berkuasa tempatan (PBT) tidak mempunyai kuasa terhadap struktur yang dibina di atas jalan persekutuan.

Sebelum ini Kerajaan Negeri membantah perlaksanaan sistem AES kerana didakwa ia tidak cekap di dalam mengurangkan kadar kemalangan dan hanya membebankan rakyat dengan saman.

Media rasmi Kerajaan Persekutuan Bernama melaporkan bahawa Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur telah membenarkan permohonan semakan kehakiman oleh dua syarikat yang mengendalikan AES terhadap keputusan MPSp.

Pada awal Disember, MPSp telah merobohkan dua tiang kamera AES yang dipasang oleh Beta Tegap Sdn Bhd di km 301.7 Lebuhraya Utara Selatan (PLUS) dan km 6.6 Lebuhraya Lembah Klang Selatan (SKVE).

Dalam penghakimannya, hakim Datuk Zaleha Yusof memutuskan bahawa MPSpc tidak mempunyai bidang kuasa ke atas PLUS dan SKVE.

Sehubungan itu membenarkan Beta Tegap memasang kamera AES di dua lebuhraya berkenaan.

Zaleha berkata, PLUS dan SKVE berada dibawah bidang kuasa kerajaan persekutuan.

Sumber: Selangorku




Posted: 22 Feb 2013 08:08 AM PST


(爱大华 22日讯) 随着今日行动党木威国会选区大选行动委员会召开第一次策略会议,木威区行动党已经提前进入备战状态,准备在大选全力为现任木威国会议员拿督倪可汉助选,让行动党蝉联此国会议席!





YB Dato' Mohd Nasir Tan Sri Ibrahim Fikri

YB Dato' Mohd Nasir Tan Sri Ibrahim Fikri


Posted: 21 Feb 2013 05:28 PM PST

Gambar yang perlu anda sendiri nilaikannya.


Saya tidaklah terkejut sangat dengan kenyataan terbaru Menteri Besar Kelantan, Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Mat yang menyamakan penerima bantuan kerajaan pusat seperti haiwan. Dia ulama politik dan apa yang dia cakap juga bermotifkan politik.

Bagi saya mudah, ulama politik akan hanya mempertahankan kepentingan politiknya sahaja walaupun ia jelas bertentangan dengan ajaran Islam. Tidak perlulah saya menyebut semula apakah kata-kata Nik Aziz sebelum ini, namun saya fikir kita semua sudah sedia maklum akannya.

Yang sedikit terkilan, kata-kata Nik Aziz terhadap penerima bantuan Kerajaan Pusat yang diterajui BN, telah terkena sama ke atas batang hidung ahli dan penyokong. Sebabnya, pemberian bantuan kerajaan BN, ia tidak mengira apa jua fahaman politik. Setiap rakyat yang layak akan diberikan.

Saya tidak dapat bayangkan betapa hinanya rakyat susah ini di mata Nik Aziz. Lebih terkilan apabila beliau menyatakan bahawa pemberian wang ringgit adalah bukan menjadi ajaran Islam kerana menurutnya Islam mengajar umatnya diberikan ilmu.

Entahlah, sepatutnya sebagai ketua kepada sebuah kerajaan yang dia dakwa kononnya sebagai kerajaan Islam, bantu membantu adalah sesuatu yang wajar diberikan sokongan.

Adalah menjadi tanggungjawab kerajaan untuk membantu rakyat yang memerlukan. Percaturannya mudah sahaja, jika Nik Aziz tidak mampu lakukan atau berikan apa-apa kepada rakyat Kelantan, usahlah beliau menghina orang lain yang membantu rakyatnya.

Adalah sesuatu yang malang jika sebuah kerajaan yang selama ini cuba menukar prinsipnya kepada sebuah kerajaan berkebajikan kononnya, mendakwa pemberian wang kepada rakyat umpama memberikan makanan kepada haiwan. Ia sungguh memalukan.

Bagi kerajaan BN, rakyat adalah diutamakan. Bagi kerajaan BN, apa jua keperluan rakyat mestikan diletakkan dalam senarai paling atas sekali. Bukankah, mandat sesebuah kerajaan itu datangnya daripada rakyat?. Justeru, kerajaan perlulah menjadi pihak yang mampu membiayai kehidupan rakyat dan bukanlah sebaliknya.

BN adalah sebuah kerajaan yang bertanggungjawab. Nik Aziz boleh berkata apa pun, namun rakyat akan menilainya dengan adil.

Jelas sekali, kenyataan Nik Aziz itu mendedahkan kegagalannya mentadbir negerinya sendiri dan memang wajar BN merampas semula Kelantan pada PRU akan dating ini, insya'Allah.


Posted: 21 Feb 2013 05:14 PM PST


Malam tiidak berbau. Semalam (Rabu) kita dikejutkan lagi dengan insiden struktur bumbung di Stadium Sultan Mizan, Gong Badak yang terjatuh ketika kerja-kerja merobohkannya.

Seperti biasa, ia segera diambil kesempatan oleh pihak tidak bertanggungjawab dengan memberikan gambaran yang salah mengenai insiden itu. Malah, diwar-warkan kononnya stadium berkenaan yang dibina pada tahun 2005 itu sekali lagi runtuh.

Saya mengikuti dengan dekat apa yang disebarkan melalui internet akan ulasan orang ramai mengenai kejadian berkenaan.

Sebenarnya, stadium berkenaan tidak runtuh dan tidak pernah runtuh. Kejadian pertama pada bumbung sebelah timur juga bukannya stadium runtuh. Kejadian pertama, adalah struktur bumbungnya sahaja runtuh disebabkan factor-faktor tertentu.

Kejadian kedua itu pula juga bukannya stadium runtuh. Sebaliknya, apa yang berlaku ialah struktur besi bumbung (bumbung itu sendiri telah pun dicabut) yang terjatuh ketika kerja-kerja mencabut dan memecat struktur besi tersebut. Malah, keputusan yang diambil untuk merobohkan bumbung di sebelah selatan itu dibuat hasil cadangan perunding yang membuat kajian intergriti bahawa bumbung tersebut juga tidak selamat sebagaimana bumbung yang telah runtuh sebelum itu.

Maka, ketika kerja-kerja mencabut struktur besi berkenaan berlaku, maka terjadilah kemalangan tersebut. Memang, ia sangat menyedihkan, namun jika insiden itu dilihat hanya untuk dijadikan isu politik, saya fikir ia tidak adil sama sekali.

Tragedi boleh berlaku kepada sesiapa dan di mana juga tanpa mengira parti mana. Bagaimanapun disebabkan wujudnya pihak yang bersifat menyalahkan kerajaan di atas semua kejadian, maka wujudlah mengenai perkara tersebut. Perkembangan itu bagi saya adalah sangat malang sekali kerana kita tidak memberi pandangan atau mengulas berasaskan kepada fakta yang betul.

Bagi saya, tragedi adalah sesuatu yang tiada siapa pun yang mengkehendakinya. Namun jika ia berlaku, kita harus mempelajari sesuatu di sebaliknya.

Oleh kerana itu, janganlah kita melihat semuanya atas nama politik. Kita mesti menjadi rakyat yang bijak dan tahu mengulas sesuatu berasaskan kepada kebenaran dan fakta.

Apalah salahnya kita bercakap dan menulis perkara yang benar … itu lebih baik sebenarnya berbanding suka menabur fitnah dan menambah cerita.


Comments for Wee Choo Keong

Comments for Wee Choo Keong

Comment on Why is DBKL shy to announce RM200 million ITIS contract awarded to GTC Global Sdn Bhd by lesonglama@hotmail.com

Posted: 22 Feb 2013 03:55 AM PST

aiya like this one ah!

Comment on Thank you! Warga Wangsa Maju for making the Chinese New Year Open House 2013 a memorable one by IT.Sheiss

Posted: 22 Feb 2013 02:33 AM PST

Dear YB Wee,

Gong Xi Fa Cai and prosperity this Water Snake year.

Keep up the good work

Comment on Thank you! Warga Wangsa Maju for making the Chinese New Year Open House 2013 a memorable one by Hong Lee

Posted: 21 Feb 2013 05:07 PM PST

I wish YB a Happy New Year and success in the coming GE. I missed the Open House as I was still in my home town. The pictures showed that everyone having a good time. I wish i could be there.

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Adakah Zin Mohamed melanggar hak kerahsiaan peribadi orang ramai?

Posted: 22 Feb 2013 12:53 AM PST

N37 Batu Maung

N37 Batu Maung

Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang hadir ke majlis peletakan papan tanda Surau Taman Ampang Jajar

Posted: 22 Feb 2013 07:10 AM PST

22 Februari 2013 - Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang YAB Lim Guan Eng hadir bersama menyaksikan majlis peletakan papan tanda pembinaan surau Taman Ampang Jajar dijangka akan bermula pada bulan Jun 2013 yang menelan jumlah kos sebanyak RM 400,000.00 yang memakan masa 12 bulan untuk disiapkan. Surau yang mampu memuatkan 150 orang jemaah dalam satu masa. Tapak untuk surau dimiliki oleh Majlis Agama Islam Pulau Pinang mempunyai keluasan 587 meter persegi. Bangunan surau tersebut dijangka siap Julai 2014. Segala fitnah dan tohmahan yang dilemparkan pada YAB Ketua Menteri tidak berasas hanya untuk kepentingan politik parti yang kalah dalam pilihanraya umum 2008
 YAB bersama pimpinan kerajaan negeri bergambar bersama penduduk semasa peletakan papan tanda
 YAB memberikan ucapan kepada penduduk yang hadir
 YB Dato' Salleh Man memberikan ucapan sebagai YDP Majlis Agama Islam Pulau Pinang dari parti PAS
 YB Dato Abdul Malik Kassim (EXCO Agama Islam Negeri Pulau Pinang) menunjukkan rekabentuk surau yang akan dibina

Turut hadir memberikan ucapan YB Lim Hock Seng EXCO Kerja Raya