Wednesday, December 16, 2009

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Posted: 16 Dec 2009 08:30 AM PST

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MACC's interrogation hours: Appeal tomorrow

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 09:25 AM PST

The court will hear an appeal against a landmark ruling which restricted the MACC's interrogation period to office hours only.

The landmark ruling was a result of
a suit filed by DAP's Kajang councillor Tan Boon Hwa on July 22. In the suit, Tan questioned the legitimacy of the MACC in questioning him between 9.45pm on July 15 and 2.53am on July 16 and claimed that the MACC had falsely imprisoned him when he was detained and questioned at odd hours.

Why is MACC dying to fight for the right to question at odd hours?

MACC is so ineffective and inefficient in combating corruption.

What is the use to work round the clock when all you catch is just 'ikan bilis'??? Useless MACC!!!!

Keith Green - The Lord Is My Shepherd (23rd Psalm)

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 08:37 AM PST

The Lord is my Shepherd I shall not want
He makes me lie down in green pastures.
He leads me beside the still waters.
He restoreth my soul
And guides my path in righteousness
For His name's sake.

Surely goodness and loving kindness
Shall follow me al the days of my life.
And I will dwell in the house of the Lord
Forever and ever and ever.

Though I walk through the valley
Of the shadow of death
I will not fear, Thou art with me.
Thy rod and Thy staff they comfort me.
Thou preparest a table
Before me in the presence of my enemies.

Thou anointest my head with oil
My cup's overflowing

Surely goodness and loving kindness
Shall follow me al the days of my life.
And I will dwell in the house of the Lord
Forever and ever and ever.

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Who is good storyteller?

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 07:41 AM PST

When I read this news, I feel really funny. The kera-jaan always says that the Penans are good storyteller. But the real good storyteller here is our own leaders, the politicians. Why I say so? Don't believe in me?

Let me prove it to you. Every election, these kera-jaan people will say,

''Saya akan bina jalan raya, bagi maju semua rakyat.'' <---- Their favourite words. After election, not only their ''batang hidung tidak nampak'', ''bau kentut'' also we can't smell. I really love James Masing, especially he was being ''kelentong'' by the Al-Jazeera, during the interview in 101 East program. He was living in denial. (You can read the transcript of the interview here). Lying is the most dangerous sin. Because it will lead you to more dangerous sins. In the end, ended up in HELL.

Read his statement again,

"I think this is where we get confused I think… the Penan are a most interesting group of people and they operate on different social etiquette as us… a lot this sex by consensual sex,"

and this too,

"They change their stories, and when they feel like it. That's why I say Penan are very good story tellers."

See? Now Penans are liar? Is it true? Who is the real liar here? The federal ministry is already made the report on the sex abuse. And he still denying it, again and again. How could the Penan lying about their daughter's lives? Sexual exploitation is a serious matter. Oh come on, he is a Dayak too. Can't he just help his own people? I'm ashamed to admit that I'm Iban like him.

Kitai bela bangsa Dayak, endang patut kitai nulong diri sama diri. Ukai ngenyai ka pangan diri. Anang ngemalu ke urang Iban. Diatu aku udah mantai ka buah pikir aku, nama salah jaku aku bakatu? Nama ditangkap pulis aku udah tu laban jaku ngelaban perintah? Aku enda ngelaban perintah, tang dalam kitai ngereja pengawa, mesti digaga enggau ati ti badas sereta jujur. Anang udu bula ka bala rakyat. (This is in Iban, sorry, I'm lazy to translate it. Ha ha ha).

Let me tell you, the Penans never being exploited by the NGOs. Actually they've been fighting on their own, there's no NGOs that ''menghasut'' them. All the blockades are come from their own will, without anybody telling them to do so. They fight for their own rights? Is that wrong??

I urge the state government to read this.


p/s:Hidup Orang Asal!

Photogenic Wednesday - 014

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 07:48 AM PST

Another 8 more days, we will be celebrate Twenty Zero Nine Xmas... I would like to dedicate this post to all my fellow Christian friends/readers: Have a Merry Merry Merry Xmas eh~ For all my fellow non - Christian: Have a Happy Holiday... It's a holiday season now... Enjoy eh~

Hmmm... Anyone know where is Santa? Is he going to bring me what i wish for this xmas?
Dear Santa, don't forget to grant all TZ's wishes eh~ Thank you...

Starbucks: FREE freshly brewed coffee on Thursday, 17 December 2009

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 07:49 AM PST

That's Tomorrow!

(Source: The Sun on 16 Dec 2009 pg 11)

Shopping for schooling needs – Round 3

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 05:45 AM PST

Done with Sofie's and Yati's family, today I brought Zainab and her daughters to shop for their schooling needs. Since it was Zainab's off day at work, I promised to fetch Zainab and her girls at 2.30 pm today.

The moment they knew I was going to bring them shopping, the 2 girls got excited. I promised them 2.30 pm, and I got there on time (in fact I think I was a few minutes early) but apparently the girls were ready by 2 pm and by 2.15, kakak was already asking, "Mana makcik tak sampai-sampai lagi ni?!" When I got to their house, the 2 girls were already waiting outside the house, all set to go.

Oh well, I guess I can understand their excitement. Usually they'd only go to kedai runcit or at the most, minimarkets. Although I didn't tell them where I was taking them, the thought of going "shopping" was enough to excite them. Imagine the looks on their faces when they saw the hypermarket I took them to – priceless!

Zainab's kids were just about the same age as Yati's but much easier to control. I guess because they were both girls? They didn't go around touching this and that saying nak ini or nak itu. I never had to step in to say NO to unnecessary requests. In fact, for school bags for example, I chose the bags and let them choose the colour they wanted. They never complained.

Anyway, the girls were so excited knowing I was coming to take them shopping, they refused to have lunch at home earlier. Probably they figured I'd take them makan-makan somewhere too. Well yes, I did bring them to a fast food outlet at the shopping complex. After all, they were such good girls during shopping time, I guess they deserved some sort of reward.

Done with 3 families, a few other families to cover – most of the rest would probably buy first and we'd reimburse them later. This morning Murni was at the hospital for her daughter's appointment and she passed to my colleague some receipts of purchases she made for her children's schooling needs. Once I get the receipts, I will reimburse her from our Children Education Fund (CEF).

Hana too had bought one pair of uniforms each for her children (they are entitled to 2 pairs each but Hana didn't have enough cash to buy 2 pairs) and so I will reimburse her with whatever she had spent, after which she will buy another pair each for her children.

I'd better call and check on Lin and Mrs K to find out if they're done with their children's schooling needs.

Asiah would usually buy first and claim later, but she's due to deliver her baby soon, and so I'm not sure if she has settled her children's school needs yet.

Yah? Well, the 2 older daughters are at an orphanage, and as for the 3rd child, I recall Yah did mention about wanting to send him to an orphanage too, so she's no longer entitled to be reimbursed for any school necessities. But I'd better still check on her, if she hasn't changed her phone number again lah

Fuzi called while I was out with Zainab and the children today. Last year she bought her children's schooling needs first before we reimbursed her, but this year she's running out of cash after having to spend on some other things. So I told her I'd probably bring her family out next week to settle their schooling needs.

As for our other PLHIV clients not assigned to me, I shall leave it to their respective Buddies to check their needs, and submit whatever claims, if any. We do have enough funds in our CEF this time, part of which were allocated from the grant we received earlier from Yayasan Sultan Azlan Shah. And today we received another cheque of substantial amount meant for CEF. So we didn't really have to resort to our in-house "professional beggars" for the funds this time. The latest cheque especially, came rather unexpectedly. Alhamdulillah.

Besides, some of these children are covered by our Education Sponsorship programme. Which reminds me, I'd better start doing up the reports to be sent to the individual sponsors under this programme so I can ask them for next year's sponsorship amount.

Tomorrow, to bring the representative of a particular organisation to Hana's old house to assess if they are willing to help with the house repairs.

This weekend, I shall be heading to KL to attend my alumni dinner and hopefully to meet up with a few other friends the next day.

So, no more shopping for this week. To be continued next week.

Gerakan 'Koh' macam barang di pasar malam

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 06:37 AM PST

Huan quits Gerakan, Koh unfazed
UPDATED 7PM 'I received word that I would be sacked, so (it is) better for me to sack them first,' says Huan Cheng Guan.

Huan also lashed out at Gerakan, saying it "lacks direction" as it only rubber-stamps decisions made by the BN top leadership. Therefore, Penang Gerakan has lost support among Penangites because the leadership "is no longer marketable".

Huan said, "Even if you put it in a pasar malam (night market) or lelong (auction) it, no one will buy it. You'll know (who I am talking about) if you ask the people in Penang."

Violence against women is not a tenet of Islam

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 04:30 AM PST

As a Muslim who knows that the core of her religion is about justice and mercy, I asked myself how the perpetrators of these acts could have strayed so far from the Muslim faith and from basic humane principles. Yet certain verses continue to be misused in support of unequal treatment of women, such as: "Your women are as a tilth [land] for you (to cultivate) so go to your tilth as when or how you will" (Qur'an 2: 223). This verse is misinterpreted by some as giving license to men over women's bodies- in Malaysiakini

Here are some differences, which confuse alot of us, especially so from the article above which excuses away, that a verse is misinterpreted. Are the translations wrong? : Six translations of Qur'an 4:34:

"Men are superior to women on account of the qualities with which God has gifted the one above the other, and on account of the outlay they make from their substance for them. Virtuous women are obedient, careful, during the husband's absence, because God has of them been careful. But chide those for whose refractoriness you have cause to fear; remove them into beds apart, and scourge them: but if they are obedient to you, then seek not occasion against them: verily, God is High, Great!" (Rodwell's version of the Koran, Quran, 4:34)

"Men have authority over women because God has made the one superior to the other, and because they spend their wealth to maintain them. Good women are obedient. They guard their unseen parts because God has guarded them. As for those from whom you fear disobedience, admonish them and send them to beds apart and beat them. Then if they obey you, take no further action against them. Surely God is high, supreme." (Dawood's version of the Koran, Quran, 4:34)

"Men are in charge of women, because Allah has made the one of them to excel the other, and because they spend of their property (for the support of women). So good women are the obedient, guarding in secret that which Allah has guarded. As for those from whom you fear rebellion, admonish them and banish them to beds apart, and scourge them. Then if they obey you, seek not a way against them. Lo! Allah is ever High Exalted, Great." (Pickthall's version of the Koran, Quran, 4:34)

"Men are the managers of the affairs of women for that God has preferred in bounty one of them over another, and for that they have expended of their property. Righteous women are therefore obedient, guarding the secret for God's guarding. And those you fear may be rebellious admonish; banish them to their couches, and beat them. If they then obey you, look not for any way against them; God is All high, All great." (Arberry's version of the Koran, Quran, 4:34)

"Men are the maintainers of women because Allah has made some of them to excel others and because they spend out of their property; the good women are therefore obedient, guarding the unseen as Allah has guarded; and (as to) those on whose part you fear desertion, admonish them, and leave them alone in their sleeping places and beat them; then if they obey you, do not seek a way against them; surely Allah is High, Great. (Shakir's version of the Koran, Quran, 4:34)

"Men are the protectors and maintainers of women, because Allah has given the one more (strength) than the other, and because they support them from their means. Therefore the righteous women are devoutly obedient, and guard in (the husband's) absence what Allah would have them guard. As to those women on whom part you fear disloyalty and ill conduct, admonish them (first), (next), refuse to share their beds, (and last) beat them (lightly); but if they return to obedience, seek not against them means (of annoyance) for Allah is Most High, Great (above you all). (Ali's version of the Koran, Quran, 4:34) Wikipedia

Tidak tahu Prioriti. Jawapan 2 MP PAS Dikesalkan

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 05:14 AM PST

Ekoran kegagalan hadir sewaktu undian menolak bajet sulung Datuk Seri Najib pada lewat malam Isnin lalu, dua dari lima Ahli Parlimen PAS yang dihubungi hari ini memberi penjelasan, demikian lapor Dzulfikar Mashoor untuk Harakahdaily.

Mereka masing-masing Ahli Parlimen Pokok Sena, Datuk Mahfuz Omar dan Ahli Parlimen Hulu Langat Dr. Che Rosli Che Mat.

Mahfuz ketika dihubungi memaklumkan beliau berada di Jakarta pada tarikh tersebut atas urusan peribadi dan telahpun memaklumkan lebih awal kepada Presiden Parti, Tuan Guru Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang.

Selain itu beliau juga memberitahu tidak mendapat maklumat berhubung hasrat pakatan mahu menolak bajet 2010 yang dibentang Najib sebelum ini.

"Saya sebenarnya sudah maklumkan kepada Presiden (PAS) seminggu yang lalu... saya mahu ke Jakarta Jumaat lalu atas urusan peribadi.

"Sehingga hari saya ke Jakarta (Jumaat), saya tidak tahu tentang hasrat Pakatan nak tolak Bajet 2010 (pada) 11 malam Isnin lalu," jelas Mahfuz yang juga Naib Presiden PAS.

Seorang lagi ahli parlimen, Dr. Che Rosli Che Mat pula menjelaskan beliau terpaksa meghadiri satu program anjuran Pakatan Rakyat di Sungai Besi bagi mewakili PAS menggantikan Menteri Besar Perak, Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin yang tidak dapat hadir ke program tersebut.

"Saya terima sms (sistem pesanan ringkas) lewat petang, ketika itu saya di Sungai Besi dalam perjalanan ke Hulu Langat.

"(Sebagai) tuan rumah, saya terpaksa hadir suatu majlis Pakatan (demi) menggantikan Nizar (Ahli Parlimen Bukit Gantang) yang tidak hadir,"

Beliau juga menolak dakwaan sesetengah pihak yang menuduh beliau cuba lari dari tanggungjawab ekoran kejadian itu.

"Saya bukannya lari tugas," katanya lagi.

Kedua-dua mereka juga bercadang menghantar surat penjelasan kepada presiden parti dan Ketua Pembangkang, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim berhubung perkara itu dalam masa terdekat.

Isnin lalu bajet 2010, yang dibentangkan oleh Najib sebelum ini hanya diluluskan dengan majoriti tiga undi sahaja iaitu 66 menyokong dan 63 menentang dalam pengundian lewat malam tersebut.

15 ahli parlimen Pakatan Rakyat masing masing lima dari PAS dan bakinya dari PKR dan DAP gagal hadir pada sesi pengundian tersebut.

Manakala 70 Ahli Parlimen dari BN juga gagal hadir pada pengundian tersebut.

Selain Mahfuz dan Dr. Che Rosli, tiga lagi wakil rakyat PAS adalah Ahli Parlimen Kuala Krai Dr. Mohd Hatta Ramli, Ahli Parlimen Baling Taib Azamuddin dan Ahli Parlimen Parit Buntar Dr. Mujahid Yusof Rawa.

Harakahdaily bagaimanapun sedang berusaha meminta penjelasan dari ketiga-tiga wakil rakyat PAS yang belum dapat dihubungi hari ini.

Kegagalan kesemua ahli parlimen pakatan rakyat hadir pada proses pengundian tersebut dikritik hebat oleh media khususnya blog yang mendakwa mereka penyebab Pakatan gagal menolak bajet Najib.


Keputusan Bajet 2010 diluluskan melalui majoriti tiga ( 3 ) undi sahaja tidak sepatutnya menjadi Isu besar. Saya bersetuju dengan Tan Sri Speaker yang Ahli ParlimenPakatanRakyat seharusnya bersikap Gentleman dimana kehadiran wakil kita juga kurang. Lirik lagu " Kita Serupa" nyanyian Zainal Abidin terpakai disini. Saya tertarik dengan komen Datuk Sri Nazri Aziz (dalam Berita TV) dimana YB-YB dari Pakatan Rakyat pun ramai yang ponteng iaitu kehadiran mereka disekitar 60 orang sahaja. Wakil-Wakil dari Pakatan tidak sepatutnya terikut-ikut dengan cara mereka dalam BN. Sebagai sebuah Gagasan yang dikatakan cukup bersedia mengambilalih Pemerintahan Negara perkara sebegini sama sekali tidak patut berlaku. Peluang keemasan supaya kita dilihat lebih bersedia dan komited telah terbuang begitu saja.

Di luar sana ahli-ahli politik PR menghurai kepada khalayak umum betapa Borosnya Kerajaan kita membuat Cadangan Perbelanjaan Tahunan melalui Bajet yang dibentang. Tetapi apabila bantahan itu mahu dikira kehadiran pula tidak solid menentangnya. Peluang untuk meningkatkan moral Pakatan Rakyat telah dipersia-siakan. Tidak secara langsung kita telah meremehkan hasrat pengundi-pengundi kita.

Semua ini terjadi kerana tersilap memberi Keutamaan ( Priority). Alasan seperti terpaksa hadir di majlis-majlis kenduri demi menjaga hati penyokong tidak boleh diterima sama sekali. Di setiap kawasan pihak Ahli Parlimen boleh melantik Pegawai-Pegawai Khas membantu mereka menyelesaikan masaalah rakyat tetapi TIDAK di Persidangan Parlimen. Pelajaran yang macam mana lagi diperlukan supaya bijak meletakkan sesuatu Priority? Tentu ada yang mencemuh saya kerana terlalu pandai menegur dan mengemukakan soalan. Saya tak kisah apa orang nak kata. Yang pastinya saya bukan seorang Wakil Rakyat. -ahmadzawawi

Ulasan GB

Jawapan Mahfuz Omar menyatakan bahawa beliau berada di Jakarta atas urusan peribadi dan telahpun memaklumkan lebih awal kepada Presiden Parti menjelaskan bahawa Mahfuz tidak memperdulikan sidang parlimen yang sedang berjalan sebaliknya mendahului (mengutamakan) urusan peribadinya sekalipun telah mendapat izin dari Presiden parti.

Persoalannya: dimana prioriti? Anda diberi mandat oleh rakyat dan dibayar gaji dan elaun untuk urusan kepentingan peribadi andakah di luar negara sedangkan di waktu itu anda sepatutnya berada di Dewan Rakyat? Anda tahu bahawa tarikh persidangan Dewan Rakyat, tetapi memilih tarikh yang sama untuk melakukan urusan yang tidak ada kena mengena dengan rakyat yang memilih anda!

Apa urusan peribadi yang hebat sangat sampai terpaksa diutamakan dari kepentingan parti dan negara? Apa sebab yang mendesak sangat sehingga terpaksa melakukannya di masa Dewan rakyat bersidang? Berkahwin? Berubat? Berbomoh? Malah jika bertemu dengan Presiden Susilo pun tidak dikira prioriti.

Soal tidak tahu berhubung hasrat pakatan mahu menolak bajet 2010 yang dibentang Najib sebelum ini pun hujjah yang lemah kerana di dalam apa juga situasi, ahli PR perlu "alert". Di medan perang, musuh boleh menyerang tiba-tiba, dan anda tidak ada! Tidakkah anda merasa berdosa?

Jawapan Dr. Che Rosli Che Mat pula menjelaskan beliau terpaksa meghadiri satu program anjuran Pakatan Rakyat di Sungai Besi untuk mengganti Datuk Seri Nizar Jamaluddin juga tidak boleh di terima. Memalukan. Anda sudah terima SMS tetapi mengabaikannya. Malahan jika anda bagitahu pengerusi majlis anda dan sidang hadirin yang ada pun bahawa anda perlu ke Parlimen kerana urusan penting, penganjur dan para hadirin boleh menerimanya kerana tanggungjawab di Palimen itu lebih utama untuk anda tunaikan. Anehnya Datuk Seri Nizar boleh berada di Dewan rakyat.

Blog anda pun dah berbulan tak dikemaskinikan.

Inikah sikap Ahli Parlimen PAS yang konon ingin menjadikan PAS sebuah "kerajaan yang dinanti"? Tak tahu meletakkan keutamaan?

Rakyat menasihatkan anda: Kedua-dua tarik diri dari bertanding di PRU akan datang.

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Sibu In The Blue Ocean - Part 34

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 04:24 AM PST

Tan Kee Hian in his sharing with me after the forum pointed out that most, if not all newspaper reports (on "Sibu In The Blue Ocean") referred to the 5 Blue Ocean Strategies and ignored the equally important 5 Capabilities.

In the views of Kee Hian, the 5 Blue Ocean Strategies and the 5 Capabilities together make up the 10 Blue Ocean Ideas. He stressed the importance of the 5 Capabilities, without which the probability and degree of success of the 5 strategies would be severely compromised.

I have given detailed coverage of the 5 Blue Ocean Strategies. To refresh your memory, the 5 strategies are as follows:

1. Centre of Excellence for Gerontology
2. Agri-business hub
3. Hub for mass tourism
4. Arts and Crafts Cluster
5. "Polytechnic" University

The stage has now been set right for us to move on to look at the 5 Capabilities.

The timber industry is now a sunset industry in Sibu. We badly need to transform Sibu to get it out of its present dilemma. Photo: Wong Meng Lei

Penduduk lihat hukuman rejam

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 03:53 AM PST

MOGADISHU - Sekumpulan militan Islam memaksa penduduk melihat mereka merejam seorang lelaki sehingga mati kerana berzina di Somalia, lapor sebuah akhbar semalam.

Kumpulan itu turut membunuh seorang lelaki kerana didakwa sebagai pembunuh.

Menurut beberapa saksi, hukuman itu mencetuskan pertempuran senjata antara kumpulan tersebut dengan kumpulan lain dengan mengakibatkan tiga militan terbunuh.

Kejadian berlaku di Afgoye, 32 kilometer dari sini pada Ahad lalu.

"Tiga anggota pejuang kumpulan Hizbul Islam terbunuh dan lima lagi cedera apabila mereka saling bergaduh antara satu sama lain," kata seorang pekedai, Halima Osman.

"Sebahagian anggota kumpulan itu mahu menangguhkan hukuman manakala yang lain menentangnya.

"Anggota-anggota itu kemudian berbalas tembakan.
"Kumpulan yang menentang hukuman itu tewas dan kemudian melarikan diri," tambahnya.

SEORANG lelaki menimbus tanah di dada Mohamed.

Sebelum dijatuhkan hukuman mengikut undang-undang syariah, Hakim Osman Siidow Hasan memberitahu penduduk, dua lelaki itu mengaku melakukan kesalahan selepas siasatan dilakukan.

Seorang wanita yang mengaku melakukan hubungan seks di luar nikah turut dihukum 100 kali sebatan.

"Ini merupakan hari penghakiman," kata Osman kepada orang ramai.

"Kami telah melakukan siasatan dan mereka sudah mengaku," tambahnya.

Hukuman itu dibuat selepas pertempuran antara kumpulan yang menentang dan kumpulan yang mahu hukuman itu dilaksanakan dengan segera berakhir.

Seorang anggota keluarga mangsa yang dibunuh kemudian menembak mati penembaknya yang telah ditangkap.

BEBERAPA orang merejam Mohamed sehingga dia mati.

Pesalah zina tersebut, Mohamed Abukar Ibrahim ditanam di dalam lubang sehingga ke dada dan direjam sehingga dia mati.

"Saya tidak sanggup untuk melihatnya," kata seorang lelaki, Ali Gabow.

Menurutnya, seorang wanita yang mengaku berzina itu dihukum 100 kali sebatan kerana dia menyatakan dirinya masih belum berkahwin. - Agensi

Kerugian RM 8 Bilion MAS Harus Disiasat

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 03:54 AM PST

Pakatan Rakyat menggesa Jawatankuasa Kira-Kira Wang Negara menyiasat dokumen yang mendakwa Sistem Penerbangan Malaysia menanggung kerugian RM 8 bilion.

Ahli Parlimen Kubang Kerian Salahuddin Ayub berkata Parlimen perlu memberi perhatian kepada salinan surat dari bekas Pengarah Bahagian Siasatan Jenayah Komersil kepada Perdana Menteri Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi yang mengesyaki ada unsur-unsur jenayah disebalik kerugian ini.

"Apa yang membangkitkan kemusykilan dan keresahan saya ialah, kemungkinan MAS telah ditipu atau diperdayakan sehingga mengalami kerugian sebanyak RM 8 bilion daripada tahun 1994 sehingga tahun 2001. Dokumen yang dikatakan sebagai surat daripada Pengarah Bahagian Siasatan Komersial PDRM kepada PM itu mencadangkan supaya tindakan undang-undang diambil kepada beberapa orang individu warganegara Malaysia dan juga warganegara asing", ujar Salahuddin Ayub.

Surat bertarikh 21 Julai ini mendakwa adanya unsur penipuan dan sabotaj sehingga menyebabkan syarikat penerbangan nasional ini menanggung kerugian sejak 1994 sehingga tahun 2001.

Soal beliau sekiranya perkara tersebut benar-benar berlaku, mengapa tiada sebarang tindakan diambil sedangkan cadangan untuk menyiasat perkara ini telah diserahkan kepada Tun Abdullah pada tahun 2007 lagi.

"Kesahihan adakah dokumen itu benar merupakan surat daripada Pengarah Bahagian Siasatan Jenayah PDRM kepada Perdana Menteri, harus disiasat dan adakah kandungan dokumen itu benar atau tidak juga harus disiasat kerana ia benar melibatkan kerugian rakyat sebanyak RM 8 bilion dalam MAS".

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Posted: 16 Dec 2009 03:48 AM PST










Nota: Walau pun tak perlu pakai baju batik tetapi sesiapa yang nak pakai baju batik tidaklah dilarang. Terima kasih.

endon oh endon!

Posted: 07 Dec 2009 11:53 PM PST

selamat sore para pemirsa semua...harap baik2 aja ya...wah rasanya lama banget enggak bertemu ini..walaupun baru 4 hari gue ke jakarta...kayaknya bagai seminggu deh... sorry dong bussy banget gue..baru kali ini rasanya gue sempat update dong...

gitew kan feeling2 indonesia ni...akak ade banyak story nak cerita kat uolss...sepanjang akak di jakarta akak mmg sonok gila...mane x sonoknya bila sampai kat jakarta ..x semena-mena ko jadi jutawan..gitew kan...selama ni kalau ko nak jadi jutawan x ke ko kena masuk who want to be a ko pegi je indon trus jutawan uolsss....

banyak peristiwa manis dan melucukan sepanjang akak di sana...contohnya...

1) bersoping macam duit ko ade segunung.
- mmg sonok bebelanja..semua banrang mmg murah2 uolsss..kalau yang gila shopping ko bawak duit satu kapal pun x cukup...akak bawak duit x lah banyak..kiranya cukup lah untuk beli barang untuk family akak...manetaknya ko boleh beli macam2 barang dengan harga borong...feeling ni ke hulu kehilir dengan berbekalkan duit juta2 tu...

a) tanah abang
- kalau korang pegi jakarta tempat wajib mesti dikunjugi uolsss...barang2 kat sini macam2 ..ko nak cari ape je semua ade..tudung, telekong.... dr yang ropol2, leret2 jarang segalannya lah ade..dr kan ko ni jenis sembahyang setahun sekali pun korang leh terpesona tengok telekong yang beranika ragam gitew...yang penting korang kena pandai tawar menawar...contoh dr hargga 100, ooo korang leh tawar jadi 40,000 je..yang penting kena brutal..x pandai tawar maknenya sikit lah barang korang dapat...feeling2 kaya maknanya korang akan rugi....

tanah abang ni tempatnya macam komplek PKNS gitew tetapi lagi pack..ade 10 tingkat kot gitew..dr bawak sampai atas penuh orang..x ke ko gila...macam2 orang ko leh jumpe kat sini..yang mengesot..yang baring..yang comel, yang buruk semua ade lah...di nasihatkan disini jaga beg duit baik2 ...sebab pencopet banyak..yang pakai tudung pun terer mencopet ok..ko jagan gila2

ko cakap je nak beli ape..semua ade...spender ropol2, bra renda2, tudung leret2, baju tidur sexy, telekong jarang, baju sexy, rambut palsu..puki palsu...kaedahnya ape je terlintas kat kepala semua ade...kaedahnya tanah abang ni macam poket doremon lah uolss...

b) mangga 2
- tempat ni macam tanah abang gak kurang skit je packnya dr tanah abang ni...macam2 ade...kaedahnya nak terangkan pun x tau..korang kena pegi kalau korang feeling kelas takut panas x yah lah datang ..sebab aircon mmg x rase..basah ketiak ok...

c) lorong-lorong tikus
- kat tepi2 mangga 2 ngan tanah abang ni ade lorong kecil..kalau gamble leh masuk n cari barang..lagi murah..kalau tanah abang ngan mannga2 tu murah kat tepi2 tu lagi murah..tapi hati banyak peminta sedekah dan pencopet..

2) makanan yang pelbagai
- kalau korang ni jenis perut yang brutal x kisah nak makan ape..korang boleh makan kat mane2 sahaja..sebab orang jual makanan ade di mane sahaja..di nasihatkan jagan makan di gerai2 yang kecik2 tu..sebabnya takut kena cirit birit uolss...elok nak bersoping tetiba kena cirit birit x ker hazab...macam2 makanan pelik akak jumpe..sampaikan entah ape kebenda thah nak sebut pun x tau...

kalau pegi endon korang kena rase ni..teh botol...rase dia ala2 teh jamine..ada bau yenna sikit2

dia oarang jual makanan bukan je kat gerai..tengah jem pun leh jual makanan kat tengah jalan..hebat ke tidak uolsss... siap jual air bawak dulang ok..kat malaysia korang x leh dapat tengok...

kalau korang datang indonesia korang kena rase air alpukat ( avocado with coklat) warnanya hijau.., teh botol (i like it so much), ridzone...korang kena rase ni..sebab semua ni kat malaysia xde..kena cuba tau...kaedahnya bangang lah kalau x cuba...

3) shopping complex kelas atasan
- akak kat jakarta akak duk kat riz calton ...feeling2 kelas uolss..5 star katanya..itew pun sebab kawan akak mmg duk san..dia keje kat jakarta..kalau x entah lah..entah2 akak ngan hotmama pasang kemah bawah jambatan le kat bawah hotel tu shopping complek ala2 mid vally n pavilion lah ....yang penting orang2 kelas bawahan x leh masuk ok..melainkan kita dr negara akak boleh lah kan...yang penting setiap kali nak masuk kena scan macam kat airport tu ok...

korang bayangkan semua pompuan yang shopping kat dalam tu dress up macam nak pegi dinner..maksudnya bershopping siap dress bagai..x ko berdebar... akak , hotmama and cyberwira adalah yang paling selebet dalam tu..padahal pakai jean, tshirt gitew..ala pakaian kita selalu ke shopping complex kan...

tapi di sana yang lelaki bergaya siap pakai coat, yang pompuan set rambut bagai nak rak.. dress pendek kembang, kebaya lip lap lip lap, dress labuh....kaedahnya macam nak pegi anugerah or anual diner gitew...x korang menangis....yang penting pegi shopping beli roti kat dalam tu siap bawak clucth...pengsan akak...

ko berani pakai dress bagai pi shopping kat mid valley?...tapi itewlah budaya mereka..hanya yang kaya je layak shopping kat situ..dr situ kita boleh lihat..yang kaya teramatlah kaya..yang miskin siap duk bawah jambatan , merempat dan meminta2 lagi...

then akak masuk lah pasaraya dia dalam shopping complex dia...nak beli roti, jem bagai kan..untuk breakfast esok..belilah air bagai...dia pandang akak atas bawah atas bawah ok..berani mati ko pandang senduk macam tu...

dia jeling2 seolah2 ko xde duit dan kelas bawahan ..sebab ape..pakai jean , sandal n tshirt...perlu ke aku dress up evening gown bagai macam ko nak beli roti...feeling sangat...tapi mereka pakai ok..cuba bayangkan...

then akak pegi kat salah seorang dr mereka akak tanya " excuse me i would like to find a peanut butter..could you show me where i could find it"...terus ternganga dan trus senyum...dia tanya akak " kamu dr mana ya..malaysia ya..maaf ya saya engak bisa bicara bahasa inggeris..."..

then baru lah ko di pandang tinggi sebab ko orang malaysia..sebab ape dia tau orang malaysia ade duit...kalau tidak ko di pandang sebelah mata je...

3)gunung berapi tangkuban perahu
- akak sempat pi gunung berapi uolss...kat malaysia xde uollss...tempat dia sejuk macam cameron...sampai je sana ko macam artis..semua orang serbu ko..sebab ape nak jual barang..korang ke pandai tawar kalau tidak harganya mahal....

ko tengok lah perempuan gendut ni..kemane saje makan je keje dia

suka nya ko senduk..mau meletup gunung berapi tu..ko yang kojot paling awal..

4) bandung
- akak sempat juga berjimba-jimba di bandung uolsss...wah hebat sekali ok..sepanjang jalan kat bandung ni..semuanya factory outlet...x ko gila nak shopping..penat mmg penat..tapi puas hati dengan hasil tuaian di situ...hati2 ok orang terlalu ramai takut2 ade pencopet...

sempat akak snap anak ikan bandung ni kan

5) peminta sedekah
- kat jakarta or bandung..peminta sedekah mmg banyak...x kira kat mane2..diaoarang minta dengan pakse...korang kalau nak bersedekah ini lah masanya..kalau x nak buat je muka kekwat...buat2 x nampak..kalau korang bagi sorang..10 yang lain akan kejar korang...

macam2 cara..ade yang menyanyi..ade yang mengesot, ade yang baring..kaedahnya macam2 pesyen lah...

tapi ape yang penting mmg senorok gila jalan2 kat indonesia...lepas ni akak nak jalan2 di bahagian lain indonesia lak...bali ke..medan ker...

tapi yang penting bila ko sampai je malaysia ko terus sedih..sebab ape ko dah jadi miskin hina duit habis buat shopping...

Nicky’s 23rd Birthday

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 03:35 AM PST

Ah Sir's birthday was all the way back in November. 6 November. This is VERY VERY VERY VERY X infinity, owed.

Sorry Sir. =D

To the rest, please be warned, this post is INFESTED with ahSIR photos. 21 of them. I am not inside cos I was the one TAKING photos. =D

Miss me?

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 03:27 AM PST

I haven'tlogged in for almost 2 months, neither did I blog for the same amount of time. Did anyone missed me?

Life had been like rather fast paced for me for the past 2 weeks at least. I haven't been sleeping or eating very well.

There was this Standard Chartered Marathon volunteering. Pictures with Joanna. She hasn't upload them. So, no pictures at the moment. Then there was this etiquette class which I was part of the organising committee (part of YEN). Then, there were also assignment and test due.

And my phone almost DIED on me. But no, it just went into cardiac arrest. Though it had moved into the normal ward, it is still put under observation.

Gambar- Gambar Letupan Di Jusco Baru Melaka 14 Dec 2009

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 03:45 AM PST

A Fairy tale....

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 04:10 AM PST

Paris - When Jerusalem was conquered in 635 AD, the second caliph Omar Ibn Al-Kattab refused to pray in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, despite an invitation from the Christian patriarch Sophronius, for fear that his men invoke the precedent to turn the place of worship into a mosque and thus deprive the Christians of their right to freely practice their religion. A leftist's bullshit in Malaysiakini. So who conquered Jerisalem? Answer: The Muslims!

The Ottoman Sultan Fatih Mehmet conquered the Byzantine capital of Constantinople in May 1453, one of his first acts was to order a wooden minaret added to the 900-year-old church of Hagia Sophia to signal its conversion into a mosque. The temporary wooden minaret was soon rebuilt in stone and three others added for good measure. As Mehmet and his successors built other mosques in their new capital, Istanbul's skyline came to be punctuated by dozens of slender, arrow-like minarets that gave the Ottoman capital a distinctive aspect and signaled to all that it was no longer the capital of Christian Byzantium but the new capital of an Islamic empire on the blood of Christians.

Myth 1: The Crusades were wars of unprovoked aggression against a peaceful Muslim world.

This is as wrong as wrong can be. From the time of Mohammed, Muslims had sought to conquer the Christian world. They did a pretty good job of it, too. After a few centuries of steady conquests, Muslim armies had taken all of North Africa, the Middle East, Asia Minor, and most of Spain. In other words, by the end of the eleventh century the forces of Islam had captured two-thirds of the Christian world. Palestine, the home of Jesus Christ; Egypt, the birthplace of Christian monasticism; Asia Minor, where St. Paul planted the seeds of the first Christian communities: These were not the periphery of Christianity but its very core. And the Muslim empires were not finished yet.

They continued to press westward toward Constantinople, ultimately passing it and entering Europe itself. As far as unprovoked aggression goes, it was all on the Muslim side. At some point what was left of the Christian world would have to defend itself or simply succumb to Islamic conquest. The First Crusade was called by Pope Urban II in 1095 in response to an urgent plea for help from the Byzantine emperor in Constantinople. Urban called the knights of Christendom to come to the aid of their eastern brethren. It was to be an errand of mercy, liberating the Christians of the East from their Muslim conquerors. In other words, the Crusades were from the beginning a defensive war. The entire history of the eastern Crusades is one of response to Muslim aggression.

Anymore fairy tales?

Random Thought

Posted: 16 Dec 2009 02:14 AM PST

Certain things just keeps me wondering despite the busyness. Do we be friends with someone because they're important or do we just be a friend to gain benefits? People always say that friends just come and go, and only those true ones will remain vividly till the end. How true is that statement?

Who are your friends today?

Do you think you have friends? 

How true is your friendship? 

Who do you consider as your friends?

Are they the ones that be with you when you're happy and sad?

Have you felt the loneliness that you don't even have anyone to talk to when your sad? 

Do you wonder why some people are born to have so many good friends and yet some are left alone?

 Do you really have to do everything your friends do to get into the gang? 
If you don't, you're just being considered the outcast ones. 

What makes one special and the other not?

There are all kinds of people in this world. Right now you have friends who you deemed as your close friend. A moment later, they nicely gossips behinds you and yet still be as innocent as an angel in front of you. Those people are the ones that live in the "plastic" society. The fact is that, most people are like that. Sometimes, even the hi-bye type of friends happened to helped you the most when you needed it.

But how well could you tell anyone all of your secrets without having fear that they might tell someone else about it? It's not only problems here and there but secrets that you only kept within yourself. You may be friends for more than 10 years, and you always think that you can completely trust them. You're absolutely wrong. The fact of life is, you can never trust a human completely. People just change. When chances come, we grab it and push others down. That's when things changes.

Trust, truth and friendship. Three powerful words. 

To what extend you could completely put your trust and not worry they would ever turn against us?

Guessed the only way is to continue being the light  to people around no matter how tired and hurt you are. A way to make others feel comfortable whoever they are and taking a step towards the road not taken It takes sacrifices to be the change and setting your own beat..

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