Thursday, December 2, 2010

MAHA Flowers & Fruits...

MAHA Flowers & Fruits...


MAHA Flowers & Fruits...

Posted: 01 Dec 2010 10:29 PM PST

At last we arrived at MAHA today at 10am.Parking was easy and a lot to see...and a lot of people.This shot was taken using Nokia N8 smart phone.

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Bas Perantara Bawa 40 Penjawat Awam Hangus Terbakar

Posted: 01 Dec 2010 11:26 PM PST

Bas Perantara Bawa 40 Penjawat Awam Hangus Terbakar

KUALA LUMPUR: Sebuah bas perantara yang membawa kira-kira 40 penjawat awam terbakar di Lebuhraya Sungai Besi berdekatan Desa Petaling ketika dalam perjalanan dari Putrajaya ke Selayang dekat sini petang Rabu.

Kebakaran itu disedari oleh seorang penumpang wanita yang melihat kepulan asap dari belakang bas dalam kejadian kira-kira 5 petang tadi, ketika mereka dalam perjalanan pulang dari pejabat.

Penolong Pengarah Bahagian Operasi Bomba, Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat Kuala Lumpur, Azizan Ismail berkata, bomba menerima panggilan mengenai kejadian itu kira-kira 5.50 petang sebelum menghantar dua jentera dari Balai Bomba dan Penyelamat Taman Desa dan Sungai Besi berserta enam anggota ke tempat kejadian.

Beliau berkata, ketika anggota bomba tiba, bas berkenaan sudah rentung sepenuhnya dan semua penumpang serta pemandu sempat menyelamatkan diri.

"Bomba dapat memadamkan kebakaran itu kira-kira 45 minit. Setakat ini, punca kebakaran bas tersebut masih dalam siasatan yang dilakukan oleh forensik kami," katanya di sini, malam ini.

Sementara itu, penumpang berkenaan yang enggan dikenali berkata beliau menyedari asap keluar dari bahagian belakang bas itu sebelum memaklumkan kepada pemandu bas tersebut.

"Saya terus beritahu pemandu bas itu sebelum dia berhentikan bas ke bahagian kiri jalan dan menyuruh kami semua turun segera dari bas," katanya yang bertugas sebagai akauntan dan berusia 40 tahun. - BERNAMA


Tentu Boleh

Posted: 01 Dec 2010 11:03 PM PST

Ayatullah Ali Khamenei, pemimpin politik umat Islam syiah menerima tetamu ulama sunni dari Iran.


Ulama sunni dan syiah solat bersama di Iraq.


Ahmadinejad solat di belakang ulama sunni ketika menziarahi Umayyad di Damsyik, Syria. Turut hadir untuk majlis maulud nabi itu adalah Presiden Syria, Bashar Assad.

Harapan kartunis terkenal Somalia yang kini menetap di Mesir, Abdul Arts.


KEMANA PENASIHAT POLITIK PRESIDEN?

Posted: 01 Dec 2010 10:55 PM PST

themalaysianinsider melaporkan;

KUALA LUMPUR, 2 Dis — PAS kini menumpukan usaha untuk merampas semula Terengganu yang kini diterajui kerajaan pimpinan Umno-Barisan Nasional (BN) dalam pilihan raya umum ke-13.

Pemimpin-pemimpin Pakatan Rakyat sebelum ini meramalkan pilihan raya umum ke-13 akan diadakan awal tahun depan, namun pentadbiran Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak menolak spekulasi tersebut.

Umno telah pun menangguhkan pemilihan parti yang sepatutnya diadakan tahun depan.

Presiden PAS Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang (gambar) berkata, parti Islam itu yakin akan merampas semula Terengganu daripada BN kerana kerajaan negeri pimpinan Datuk Seri Ahmad Said selaku Menteri Besar sekarang tidak membawa apa-apa perubahan yang signifikan sejak BN menguasai semula negeri itu pada 2004.

"Kita yakin untuk merampas semula Terengganu... Umno menang di negeri itu dengan penipuan... apa pembangunan yang dibuat di sana? Hanya stadium runtuh sahaja," kata Hadi dalam temubual dengan The Malaysian Insider. [sila klik]

KOMEN:

aku terkejut membaca berita ini. Sebagai presiden PAS, perkara yang dia perlu bicarakan adalah MERAMPAS MALAYSIA. Menawan negeri termasuk terengganu, hanya perlu diserahkan kepada Pesuruhjaya PAS negeri sahaja yang bercakap. Tidak perlu Presiden bercakap. Jika beliau bercakap juga, bermakna beliau telah merendahkan status negarawannya dalam persepsi dunia politik.

Persoalan aku adalah, kemana pergi penasihat politik Presiden? kemana pergi penasihat strategi politik Presiden, sehingga presiden mengeluarkan kenyataan sebegini?

sekian

Wallahu 'Alam

Al-Bakistani


- Sri Indah [b] Sg Buloh
2 Disember 2010 * 3:02 petang


Apakah jadahnya gaji CEO SYABAS RM425 ribu sebulan?

Posted: 01 Dec 2010 11:03 PM PST

26 Zulhijjah 1431H - Solidariti anak muda malaysia (SAMM) sebuah gerakan anak muda non-structural yang yakin dengan penyusunan anak muda ke arah kebangkitan mendesak perubahan, telah memutuskan akan bersama dengan YAB Menteri Besar Selangor dalam satu himpunan aman bagi mengadap DYMM SPB YG Dipertuan Agong bagi memohon campur tangan baginda tuanku dalam isu hak air rakyat Selangor dan Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.

SYABAS sebuah syarikat ciptaan regim yang terlalu kaya sehingga gaji CEOnya TanSri Rozali menjangkau RM425 ribu sebulan (itu belum masuk perbagai elaun keistimewaan) hanya dengan memperdagangkan air yang menjadi hak asas rakyat.


Bukan sahaja kenaikan harus ditolak tetapi air seharusnya dikendalikan oleh kerajaan bagi pihak rakyat.

Himpunan aman merupakan hak rakyat. Rekod setakat ini himpunan aman hanya menjadi kacau dan menyebabkan gangguan trafik teruk apabila melibatkan gangguan pihak polis.

SAMM sudah bertemu dengan pihak penganjur bagi untuk bersama memastikan himpunan aman ini lancar. Sekurangnya 50 orang 'marsyal demo' yang berpengalaman akan diturunkan bagi memastikan kelancaran dan mengelakkan sebarang kejadian tak diingini. Mereka ini berpengalaman sejak 1998, mereka ini terdiri dari yang pernah mengendalikan himpunan bersih,kesas dan lain-lain. Difahamkan seperti biasa unit sukarelawan merah (unit amal) akan menjadi petugas utama dalam acara tersebut. Maka petugas SAMM akan menbantu dan bergabung dengan mereka.

SAMM menyeru semua anak muda untuk turun bersama atas semangat ketuanan rakyat mempertahankan hak asas. Ini juga kali pertama dalam sejarah himpunan anjuran kerajaan negeri.

Seharusnya semua anggota JKKK, ahli majlis dan jentera bawah kerajaan negeri harus hadir bersama mengiringi Menteri Besar. Semua ADUN tidak harus gagal hadir demi pertahan hak rakyat.

Difahamkan kerajaan negeri sudah berhubung dengan pihak istana. Acara 5 Dis. 12pm itu ialah praktik membesarkan institusi beraja, rakyat mengadap raja mengadu masalah. Siapa yaang mengganggu urusan rakyat mengadap raja boleh dikira derhaka.

SAMM juga merafak sembah ke atas DYMM Seri Paduka Baginda Yg Di Pertuan Agong ke atas keperihatinan baginda menerima rakyat mengadap. Begitulah seharusnya hubungan raja dan rakyat. Ingat ketika Malayan Union dipaksa kepada bumi ini yang bakal menelan kuasa raja, rakyat bangkit membela.. Maka sewajarnya bila rakyat derita pertahan hak air sebagai hak asas semua pintu istana yang terbuka amat bermakna.

Kesudian Tuanku mencemar duli membuka pagar istana untuk rakyat mohon mengadap amat dihargai dan sama sekali menghapuskan pandangan persepsi negatif bahawa Raja Melayu merupakan institusi yang tidak bermaya.

PDRM dipercayai akan bertindak lebih waras lagi terutama selepas keputusan mahkamah tinggi Kuala lumpur yang membebaskan tertuduh himpunan bersih dengan kenyataan hakim yang menyatakan masjid negara tempat awam dan orang ramai bebas berkumpul.

Ayuh semua datang raikan pesta kuasa rakyat. Warna tema kali ini merah. Datang dengan baju merah, belon merah, payung merah pendek kata serba merah.

Jumpa di sana.

--- Oleh che'GuBard, Penyelaras/pengasas SAMM, 1 Dis. 2010

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Lagi Nahas Bas Ekspres: 8 Tercampak

Posted: 02 Dec 2010 12:36 AM PST

Hulu Selangor: Seorang pemandu bas ekspres dan sembilan penumpangnya cedera parah selepas kenderaan dinaiki merempuh belakang sebuah bas ekspres lain yang turut terbabit dalam kemalangan di Kilometer 420.8 Lebuhraya Utara Selatan arah Kuala Lumpur berhampiran susur Bukit Tagar, di sini, semalam.

Gambar: REMUK...keadaan bas yang remuk selepas melanggar bahagian belakang bas ekspres lain di kilometer 420.8 di Lebuhraya Utara Selatan berhampiran susur Bukit Tagar, petang semalam.

Jurucakap polis berkata, kejadian membabitkan dua bas ekspres dan sebuah lori kira-kira jam 6.15 petang semalam berlaku selepas bas ekspres yang membawa sembilan penumpang dari Setiawan, Perak, cuba mengelak melanggar lori di hadapannya yang secara tiba-tiba memasuki laluannya.

"Pemandu bas terbabit terkejut apabila sebuah lori di lorong paling kiri lebuh raya tiba-tiba memasuki laluan hadapannya menyebabkan dia cuba mengelak sambil menekan brek.

"Pada masa sama, sebuah lagi bas ekspres lain yang mengekori belakang bas berkenaan gagal mengelak sebelum merempuh bas di hadapannya itu. "Rempuhan kuat itu menyebabkan pemandu bas di belakang sekali yang juga dari Setiawan, Perak menuju Lapangan Terbang Tambang Murah (LCCT) Sepang, cedera parah di kaki akibat tersepit," katanya.

Menurutnya, lapan daripada 18 penumpang yang berada dalam bas di belakang sekali cedera apabila kebanyakan mereka tercampak di dalam bas yang remuk di bahagian hadapan.

"Kebanyakan mangsa yang cedera diselamatkan orang ramai sebelum dibawa keluar dari bas terbabit. Kebanyakan mangsa yang masih dalam keadaan terkejut dan kesakitan diberi rawatan kecemasan sementara menunggu ketibaan ambulans.

"Tidak sampai 15 minit kemudian empat ambulans dari Hospital Tanjung Malim, Hospital Kuala Kubu Baru dan Hospital Sungai Buloh tiba di lokasi kejadian sebelum membawa mangsa yang cedera ke hospital," katanya.

Bagaimanapun, katanya semua penumpang bas ekspres yang melanggar bahagian belakang lori berkenaan terselamat.

Seorang mangsa yang cedera, Fauziah Abdilah, 41, berkata, dia terkejut dengan kejadian yang hampir meragut nyawanya dan penumpang lain.

Menurutnya, kejadian berlaku sekelip mata apabila bas berkenaan tiba-tiba bergegar sebelum berhenti mengejut.

"Akibatnya saya tercampak dan kepala melanggar kerusi di hadapan. Hentaman kuat menyebabkan kepala saya berpinar dan hampir pitam," katanya sambil memegang dahinya yang lebam.

Fauziah berkata, keadaan mungkin menjadi tragedi lebih dahsyat sekiranya bas berkenaan dipandu laju atau tercampak ke laluan bertentangan.

"Walaupun bersyukur kerana terselamat, saya mungkin terlepas penerbangan pesawat Air Asia untuk ke Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, malam ini. Kemalangan ini boleh dielak jika bas berkenaan dipandu dalam jarak selamat," katanya.

Sementara itu, pemandu bas, Muhammad Asraf Nordin, 36, yang terselamat berkata, dia cuba mengelak sebuah lori di hadapannya yang tiba-tiba memasuki laluannya tanpa memberikan lampu isyarat.

Menurutnya, dia cuba menekan brek, tetapi terlanggar sisi lori terbabit menyebabkan cermin hadapan bas pecah.

"Namun, belum sempat saya menarik nafas lega, sebuah lagi bas ekspres merempuh kuat belakang bas dipandu saya. Namun, saya dan sembilan penumpang lain bernasib baik kerana tidak mengalami kecederaan serius," katanya.

Ketua Jabatan Ketenteraman Awam/Trafik Selangor, Superintendan Che Hussin Omar yang dihubungi mengesahkan kejadian itu dan berkata, pihaknya masih menyiasat punca kemalangan terbabit dan akan mengambil keterangan dua pemandu bas dan seorang pemandu lori berkenaan. -hm


Dasar pertanian negara cacamarba

Posted: 29 Nov 2010 05:52 AM PST


Maha: Jangan sekadar pameran sahaja

Posted: 30 Nov 2010 03:01 AM PST


Ketuanan bangsa undang permusuhan

Posted: 30 Nov 2010 01:53 AM PST


Piala Malaysia: Kelantan hadiah RM200,000

Posted: 30 Nov 2010 09:54 PM PST


Henti diskusi ke Putrajaya, kuatkan parti dahulu

Posted: 30 Nov 2010 04:31 PM PST


MACC investigates airtime scandal

Posted: 02 Dec 2010 09:43 AM PST

I was told that a team of eight MACC officers 'visited' the office of a high-ranking officer at a broadcasting complex last week. Details are unknown but they spent a few hours with him during that two days 'Q & A' session.

The core of investigation was about my posting on Airtime Scandal last month which drew mixed reaction from readers. Minister in-charge Datuk Seri Utama Rais Yatim, in responding to the posting promised a full investigation into it.

I called the MACC but was told to wait for the outcome. "We are still investigating. It will take sometimes... but we got some leads here," on official said.

Another upsetting news I got was, about 600 companies have registered with the TV station for airtime approval but it was only given to a 'selected few'. I dont understand it as we are encouraging local contents to be aired on all TV stations.

A few people, including a former MP also promised me evidence relating to a person named 'Anuar' awarded with most airtime although he is not directly involved in any kind of television production programs.

How many people are actually involved in the issuance of television airtime? I really dont know but it could be three or four by government standard.

And this officer is expected to reach his retirement age less than a year from now. If you are a policeman, some people are already watching you prior to your retirement...


Christchurch, anyone?

Posted: 02 Dec 2010 09:02 AM PST

AirAsia X is finally flying beyond Australia and it's landing in Christchurch, New Zealand, from April 2011. Should be worth exploring around the AirAsia website today to see whether the deal is really that good. I know for sure that the cheapest one-way ticket from Kuala Lumpur to Auckland by Malaysia Airlines is almost RM1,800. My only apprehension is the likelihood of being stuck in AirAsia X's seat for about 10 hours. Can be an ordeal.
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Russia & Qatar to host 2018 & 2022 FIFA World Cup

Posted: 02 Dec 2010 08:07 AM PST

FIFA has chosen Russia to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup, while the 2022 tournament was awarded to Qatar. Official press release below…

FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter announced the result of the FIFA Executive Committee's vote on Thursday 2 December 2010 in Zurich's Messe.

The contenders for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, other than Russia, were England, a joint bid from Belgium and the Netherlands, and a joint bid from Spain and Portugal. Meanwhile, for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Australia, Japan, Korea Republic and the USA were competing with Qatar.

22 members of the FIFA Executive Committee were entitled to vote. 12 votes were needed for an absolute majority and therefore to obtain the right to host the FIFA World Cup. Here are the full results of the voting rounds:

2018 FIFA World Cup

Round 1: England 2 votes, Netherlands/Belgium 4 votes, Spain/Portugal 7 votes and Russia 9 votes (as no absolute majority was reached, the candidate with least amount of votes, England, was eliminated).
Round 2: Netherlands/Belgium 2, Spain/Portugal 7, and Russia 13.

2022 FIFA World Cup

Round 1: Australia 1 vote, Japan 3 votes, Korea Republic 4 votes, Qatar 11 votes, USA 3 votes (Australia eliminated).
Round 2: Japan 2, Korea Republic 5, Qatar 10, and USA 5 (Japan eliminated).
Round 3: Korea Republic 5, Qatar 11, and USA 6 (Korea Republic eliminated).
Round 4: Qatar 14 votes and USA 8 votes.

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Dr M: Melayu atau bukan Melayu boleh jadi PM, apatah lagi Timbalan PM!

Posted: 02 Dec 2010 07:49 AM PST

Tun Mahathir had reportedly said a few times that a non-Malay could become a PM. On Thursday November 13, 2008, The Star Online: 'PM must have people's trust'.

So, what is the big deal if the DPM is a non-Malay?

Well, RPK has an article here in response to the latest attack by Umno-led BN government against Anwar's offer of the Deputy Prime Minister's post to DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang if the Pakatan Rakyat won the 13th General Election.



Foto-foto Eksklusif Peninggalan Rasulullah SAW

Posted: 02 Dec 2010 08:09 AM PST

Bila kita berjauh jarak dengan yang terkasih Muhammad Rasulullah. Kita hanya dapat menemuinya melalui do'a-do'a yang kita lantunkan, memohon syafa'at Nabi untuk keselamatan kita di akhirat dari pedihnya azab neraka, tidakkah foto-foto berikut ini mengubati kerinduan kita yang sangat dalam kepada Nabi Tercinta, Kekasih Allah, peribadi mulia yang menjadi rahmat sekalian alam??

Ratusan orang menitiskan air matanya setelah menatap langsung baju beliau yang bersahaja dan sudah robek, sandal beliau, keranda beliau yang tak terhalang apapun. Allahu Akbar … serasa dekat denganmu ya Rasulullah … Andai aku dapat melihat wajahmu, lemah segala persendianku, tak tahan dengan kenikmatan memandang kemuliaan wajahmu… Allahumma solli 'ala sayyidina Muhammad ….

(Foto-foto ini kebanyakan adalah koleksi yang tersimpan dari berbagai tempat di beberapa negara: Museum Topkapy di Istambul Turki, Yordania, Irak dan negara-negara Timur Tengah lainnya. Selamat merasakan kelezatan menatap peninggalan-peninggalan ini. Semoga kerinduan kita semakin memuncak kepada Nabi Agung, kekasih Allah …)


Allahumma solli 'ala sayyidina wa maulana Muhammad Solallahu 'Alaihi Wassallam …



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The Blessed Shirt of Prophet Muhammad SAW
(Baju gamis Nabi SAW yang lusuh dan robek-robek.
Ya Allah … betapa sederhananya baju sang pemimpin dunia yang suci nan agung ..!!)



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The Blessed Shirt of Prophet Muhammad SAW
(Bagian dari baju gamis Nabi SAW yang sudah sobek)



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Jubah Nabi Muhammad, Rasulullah SAW



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The Blessed Seal of Rasulullah SAW (Cap surat Nabi SAW)



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Mangkuk tempat minum Rasulullah SAW


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Kunci Ka'bah Masa Nabi Muhammad SAW



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Jejak Kaki Rasulullah SAW



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Beberapa helai rambut Rasulullah SAW



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Peninggalan gigi dan rambut Nabi. Itu giginya jelas ya?


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Wadah Kotak Gigi Rasulullah SAW






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Berbagai pedang yang pernah dimiliki Nabi dengan nama-namanya yang digunakan untuk menegakkan ajaran tauhid, ketika orang-orang kafir memerangi Nabi dan dakwahnya sehingga harus mengangkat pedang.




Gagang Pedang "Hatf" Nabi SAW tampak lebih jelasa


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aBusur Panah Nabi SAW






Bendera Rasululullah SAW



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Ini lebih jelasnya.





Salah satu sorban/tutup kepala Rasulullah SAW




Topi Besi Rasulullah SAW




Baju dan barang-barang Rasulullah SAW



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Sandal-sandal (terumpah) peninggalan Rasulullah SAW tercinta …



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Surat Nabi SAW kepada Raja Nijashi, Raja Habsyah



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Surat Nabi SAW kepada rakyat Oman, Arab Selatan



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Surat Nabi SAW kepada Kaisar Romawi abad ke- 7




Surat Rasulullah SAW pada Raja Heraclius



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Surat Nabi SAW kepada Raja Muqauqas, Mesir




Makan Siti Aminah, Ibunda Rasululllah SAW



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Kotak milik putri tercinta Nabi SAW, Sayyidah Fatimah Az-Zahra R.A.



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PINTU EMAS MAKAM NABI MUHAMMAD SAW



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The blessed dust from the tomb of the Prophet Muhammad PUBH (Butiran pasir yang diambil dari makam Nabi Muhammad SAW)

-moeflich



PR Telah Hilang Kekuasaan Terhadap Alam Siber

Posted: 02 Dec 2010 06:30 AM PST

Blogger telah banyak membantu Pakatan Rakyat sewaktu pilihanraya umum 2008 yang lepas dimana akhirnya berlaku tsunami politik yang kemudian berjaya menafikan majoriti dua pertiga BN.

Ramai YB-YB samada di peringkat parlimen atau DUN dari Pakatan Rakyat telah dapat dinobatkan hasil dari kerja keras para blogger PR ini. Ada yang telah menjadi exco, menjadi ahli parlimen, malah menteri besar!

Tetapi anehnya, mengapakah PR melupakan peranan media reformasi ini?

Akibat daripadanya kini seorang demi seorang blogger PR telah mengundur diri. Sudah hilang blogger-blogger bernama "taranama", "ketuaperusuh", "mimpiboneka" dan lain-lain.

Yang ada pun kini hanya blogger-blogger 100% salin-tampal, pun telah mula berkurangan dan kurang aktif. GB tidak memandang rendah kepada blogger salin tampal ini, malah mengalu-alukan kehadiran mereka, setidak-tidaknya meramai dan menceriakan alam siber ini dengan blogger PR.

Namun kesannya dapat dilihat di dalam pilihanraya kecil mutakhir ini dimana PR semakin kalah dan tren kekalahan tersebut nampaknya akan berterusan. Kuantiti merosot begitu juga kualiti blogger PR turut merosot.

Ini diperburukkan dengan sikap SYOK SENDIRI blogger dan forummer dan ahli PR sendiri yang "merasa diri amat kuat" dan merasakan "rakyat masih menyokong kita" sedangkan apa yang berlaku adalah disebaliknya.

Hal ini perlu disedari segera.

Sebuah blog iaitu cenangau telah bersusah payah melakukan kerja-kerja menyenaraikan topblog Pakatan Rakyat. Jadi kita sangkakan bahawa blog PR masih menguasai alam siber sedangkan hakikatnya blogger PR sudah tewas dengan blogger mesra kerajaan (baca: UMNO)!!

Malah dari segi bilangan pun jumlah blogger mesra PR sudah kurang berbanding dengan blogger pro-UMNO.

Dan anihnya belum ada sebarang usaha positif dari pihak pimpinan PR sendiri untuk membantu membetulkan semula keadaan ini.

Perjuangan alam siber yang dahulunya dikuasai oleh blogger PR, kini sudah berjaya dirampas oleh blogger UMNO. Kisah Bukit Uhud berulang. Apabila masing-masing pimpinan PR merebut ghanimah di bawah bukit untuk membuncitkan perut, yang tinggal hanyalah blogger-blogger yang kurus kering yang masih setia dengan perjuangan. Tapi kerana kurus kering, akibatnya musuh berjaya merampas Bukit Uhud, dan awas PR akan kalah teruk di dalam pilihanraya akan datang ini jika berdasarkan kepada peristiwa Bukit Uhud itu.

Dahulu GB ada dengar seorang Menteri Besar ingin menubuhkan satu tabung untuk para blogger PR. Tapi ia hanya janji kosong yang sehingga kini tidak menjadi realiti.

Ketua Umum PR tak payah kita nak sentuh lagi. Ia hanya perjuangan untuk keluarga dan kroni. Pemilihan parti yang baru lalu penuh dengan penipuan untuk mengangkat kroni dan keluarga. Pun tak mahu diakui. Masih nak pertahankan kejelekan penipuan dengan pelbagai alasan.

Pimpinan PAS dan DAP pula hanya menjadi penumpang-penumpang dalam arus perjuangan alam siber. Lansung tidak pernah ada dalam agenda di dalam parti-parti ini untuk menghargai, membantu dan memertabatkan blogger.

Di dalam forum-forum portal mesra PR dan para blogawan penyokong PR, perjuangan PR tampak semacam cukup hebat. Tetapi apabila dibawa ke gelanggang pilihanraya, PR kalah. Terbeliak mata masing-masing tetapi lansung tiada siapa pun melakukan post-motem mengapa berlaku fenomena kekalahan sekalipun blogger dan forummer telah cukup hebat memainkan peranan.

Di pihak pula, selain dari sindrom syok sendiri, blogger PR juga terjebak dengan sindrom penafian dan sindrom mengampu berlebihan.

Blogger khuatir dan takut untuk mengkritik. Kerana takut menjadi sasaran caci maki pembaca yang terdiri dari penyokong tegar PR. Akibat dari itu penyakit-penyakit dan segala kekotoran PR disapu ke bawah karpet. Tersuratnya cantik sedangkan tersiratnya terlalu kotor dan meloyakan.

Telah berulangkali GB katakan, zaman ini ialah zaman walking the talk. Zaman rakyat melihat apa yang kamu boleh sumbangkan untuk rakyat, untuk negara. Tapi apa yang berlaku pemimpin-pemimpin PR masih leka degan kaedah semalam, masih terkepung dengan teknik talking the talk, terkongkong dengan kesempitan minda lantaran malas untuk belajar, malas untuk berkhidmat, malas untuk memperbaiki kualiti diri dan parti. Masih ramai YB yang masih tidur lagi, walau ada diantaranya bergelar PhD.

Perhatikan betul-betul kedudukan ranking yang dilampirkan. Tren yang ada menunjukkan bilangan blogger PR semakin mengecut dan kualitinya semakin menurun. Ia petanda yang amat buruk - dan merupakan satu anti-klimaks terhadap kegemilangan PR.

Di alam siber ini, masih ramai pula yang bermimpi kononnya jika pilihanraya esok, PR akan memerintah katanya. Sama seperti melonjaknya perasaan akibat dari berita-berita muluk dipersembahkan oleh para blogger PR sepanjang kempen pilihanraya Galas dan batu Sapi. GB telah menduga kekalahan lebih awal sekalipun GB juga berusaha, bekerja dan berdoa untuk kemenangan PR.

Jika senario ini tidak berubah, usah mimpi untuk menang di dalam pilihanraya yang akan datang ini.



Burma seen as ‘Periphery of China’

Posted: 02 Dec 2010 04:23 AM PST

Source: Kings of Burma

The principle behind this page and this index is that of China as the "Middle Kingdom", with the rest of the world arranged around it. This works pretty well for the countries listed, as does the Chinese five element theory. For Earth (yellow), in the Center, is China itself. For Water (black), in the North, is Mongolia. For

Metal

(white), in the West, is Tibet. For Fire (red), in the South, are Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Burma. And for Wood (green/blue), in the East, are Korea and Japan.

Anomalies here are the Southeast Asian group, of Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Burma, and then Japan and Mongolia. Thailand (with Laos), although seeking and accepting a diploma from China for its ruler as a king (wang), nevertheless is largely a sub-Indian rather than a sub-Chinese culture, with Theravada Buddhism and a Sanskrit-derived alphabet. Burma, which was occasionally invaded from China, and sometimes under Chinese suzerainty, was also a sub-Indian civilization. Cambodia, with Champa, at first developed quite independently of China, under Indian influence from Indonesia, later, like Thailand, came under Chinese influence. These Theravada states are thus all colored more orange than red, to indicate their cultural status in relation to India rather than China.

Japan, although definitely a sub-Chinese culture and addressed as a "kingdom" in Chinese diplomacy, was never in any doubt that it was the equal or superior of China; and so is given separately with India and China under its own principle as a member of the Sangoku, the "Three Kingdoms." Japan's Great Power status in the 20th century, and brief East Asian hegemony, certainly rates this. Mongolia was also never in doubt about its superiority, and it is the only one of the listed countries that ever conquered and ruled China itself (not to mention most of Central and Western Asia, and Eastern Europe). Although then conquered by (Manchu) China, Mongolia is sui generis and rates its own page, including many successor states (the Golden Horde, etc.) that never had anything to do with China.

While Vietnam eventually styled itself an "empire," equal to China, Korea, into which Chinese force was the most easily and frequently projected, seems to have accepted its status. Tibet, while a sub-Indian culture like Thailand, and which was once strong enough to drive China out of Sinkiang, was never subordinate to a native Chinese government (i.e. had only been conquered by the Mongols and the Manchus) until the Communist invasion of 1950. Politically and diplomatically, Tibet was always within the Chinese sphere of action, but its modern annexation is an anomaly both of Tibetan and of (Han) Chinese history.

The Burmese speak a Sino-Tibean language, more closely related to Tibetan and Karen than to Chinese itself. But, despite frequent political and military involvement with China, Burma has always been a sub-Indian culture, with Theravadin Buddhist religion and a Sanskrit based alphabet. The interesting circular form of Burmese letters is a consequence of the original writing materials. These were strips of leaves that would split easily if straight lines were made along the grain. Circular forms avoid or minimize this danger.

The earliest civilization in Burma was on the coast of Arakan. This was occasionally subject to the strong Burmese states in the Irrawaddy valley and eventually was absorbed.

ARAKAN
WETHALI
Mahataingsandra 788-810
Thuriyataingsandra .810-830
Maulataingsandra 830-849
Paulataingsandra 849-875
Kalataingsandra 875-884
Dulataingsandra 884-903
Thiritaingsandra 903-935
Thingghathataingsandra 935-951
Tsulataingsandra 951-957
Amyathu 957-964
Paiphyu 964-994
Ngamengngatum 994-1018
First PINGTSA
Khettarheng 1018-1028
Tsandatheng 1028-1039
Mengrengphyu 1039-1049
Nagathuriya 1049-1052
Thuriyaradza 1052-1054
Punnaka 1054-1058
Mengphyugyi 1058-1060
Tsithabeng 1060-1061
Mengnanthu 1061-1066
Menglade 1066-1072
Mengkula 1072-1075
Mengbhilu 1075-1078
Thengkhaya 1078-1092
Mengthan 1092-1100
Mengpadi 1100-1103
PARIN
Letyamengnan 1103-1109
Thihaba 1109-1110
Radzagyi 1110-1112
Thakiwenggyi 1112-1115
Thakiwengngay 1115-1133
Gauliya 1133-1153
Datharadza 1153-1165
Ananthiri 1165-1167
KHYIT
Mengphuntsa 1167-1174
Pintsakawa 1174-1176
Gannayubaw 1176-1179
Tsalengkabo 1179-1180
Second PINGTSA
Midzutheng 1180-1191
Ngaranman 1191-1193
Ngapuggan 1193-1195
Ngarakhoing 1195-1198
Ngakyun 1198-1201
Ngatshu 1201-1205
Ngatswaitheng 1205-1206
Mengkounggyi 1206-1207
Mengkhoungngay 1207-1208
Kambhalounggyi 1208-1209
Kambhaloungngay 1209-1210
Letyagyi 1210-1218
Letyangay 1218-1229
Thanabeng 1229-1232
Nganathin 1232-1234
Nganalum 1234-1237
LOUNG-KYET
Hlanmaphyu 1237-1243
Radzathugyi 1243-1246
Tsaulu 1246-1251
Utstsanagyi 1251-1260
Tsaumwungyi 1260-1268
Nankyagyi 1268-1272
Mengbhilu 1272-1276
Tsithabeng 1276-1279
Meng Di 1279-1385
vassal of Ava, 1379-1430
Utstsanangay 1385-1387
Thiwarit 1387-1390
Thintse 1390-1394
Radzathu 1394-1395,
1397-1401
Tsithabeng 1395-1397
Myintsoingkyi 1397
Thinggathu 1401-1403
MYOUK-U
Mengtsaumwun 1404-1406,
1430-1434
Vacant, 1406-1430
Menkhari 1434-1459
Batsauphyu 1459-1482
Daulya 1482-1492
Batsonygo 1492-1494
Ranoung 1494
Tsalenggathu 1494-1501
Menradza 1501-1523
Gadzabadi 1523-1525
Mengtsau-o 1525
Thatsata 1525-1531
Mengbeng 1531-1553
Dik-Kha 1553-1555
Tsau-Lha 1555-1564
Mengtsekya 1564-1571
Mengphaloung 1571-1593
Mengradzagyi 1593-1612
Mengkhamoung 1612-1622
Thirithudhamma 1622-1638
Mengtsani 1638
Thado 1638-1645
Narabadigyi 1645-1652
Tsandathudhamma 1652-1684
Thirithuriya 1684-1685
Wara Dhammaradza 1684-1692
Munithu Dhammaradza 1692-1694
Tsandathuriya Dhammaradza 1694-1696
Naukahtadzau 1696
Mayuppiya 1696-1697
Kalamandat 1697-1698
Naradhibadi 1698-1700
Tsandawimala I 1700-1706
Tsandathuriya 1706-1710,
1731-1734
Tsandawidzaya 1710-1731
Naradhibadi 1734-1735
Narapawararadza 1735-1737
Tsandawidzala 1737
Katya 1737
Madarit 1737-1742
Nara-Apaya 1742-1761
Thirithu 1761
Paramaradza 1761-1764
Maharadza 1764-1773
Thumana 1773-1777
Tsandawimala II 1777
Thamitha-Dhammayit 1777-1782
Thamada 1782-1784
to Burma, 1784

 

The first great central Burmese state was that of Pagan. This eventually came to an end with invasion by the Mongols and the influx of the Shan people.

KINGDOM of PAGAN
Pyinbya c.900-c.925
Tannet c.925-c.950
Nga Khwe c.950-c.955
Theinkho c.955-c.970
Ngyaungusaw Rahan c.970-c.995
Kwonsaw Kyung Phyu c.995-c.1014
Kyitso c.1014-c.1020
Tsukkata c.1020-1044
Anawrahta 1044-1077
Sawlu 1077-1084
Kyanzittha 1084-1113
embassy to China, 1106
Alaungsithu 1113-1167
Mengshengtsau 1167
Narathu I 1167-1170
Narathenkha 1170-1173
Narapatisithu 1173-1210
Nantonmya 1210-1234
Kyaswa 1234-1250
Uzana I 1250-1254
Narathihapate,
"He who ran
from the Chinese"
1254-1287
Mongols loot Pagan, 1287
Kyawswa Mongol Vassal,
1287-1298
Sawahnit 1298-1325
Combined with Pinya
KINGDOM of PINYA 
Athinhkaya 1298-c.1312
Yazathinkyan 1298-c.1312
Thihathu 1298-1324
Uzana II 1324-1343
Ngashishin 1343-1350
Kyanswange 1350-1359
Narathu II 1359-1364
Uzana Pyaung 1364
KINGDOM of AVA 
Thadominbya 1364-1368
Nga Nu the Usurper 1368
Minkyiswasawke Chinese Vassal,
1368-1401
Tarabya 1401
Nga Nauk Han usurper,
1401
Minhkaung I 1401-1422
Thihathu 1422-1426
Minhlange 1426
Kalekyetaungnvo 1426-1427
Mohnyinthado 1427-1440
Minrekyansa 1440-1443
Narapati Chinese Vassal,
1443-1469
Thihathura 1469-1481
Minhkaung II 1481-1502
Shwenankyawshin 1502-1527
Thohanbwa the Usurper 1527-1543
Hkonmaing the Shan 1543-1546
Mobye Narapati Shan Vassal,
1546-1552
Sithkyawhtin Shan Vassal,
1552-1555
to Taungu, 1555

 

 

 

SHAN
Wareru 1287-1306
Khunlau 1306-1310
Dzau-au 1310-1323
Dzaudzip 1323-1330
Binya-e Lau 1330-1348
Binya-u 1348-1385
Binya-Nwe 1385-1423
Binya Dhamma Radza 1423-1426
Binya Rankit 1426-1446
Binya Waru 1446-1450
Binya Keng 1450-1453
Mhaudau 1453
Shengtsaubu (f) 1453-1460
Dhamma Dzedi 1460-1491
Binya Ran 1491-1526
Takarwutbi 1526-1540
TAUNGU/TOUNGOO 
Tabin Shwehti 1531-1550
captures Pengu, 1539; King of Lower Burma, 1542; captures Pagan, 1546; King of all Burma
Thamindwut 1550
Thaminhtau 1550-1551
Bayin Naung 1551-1581
captures Ava, 1555; captures Chiang Mai, 1557; attacks Ayuthya, 1563; captures Ayuthya, 1569
Nandabayin 1581-1599
driven from Siam, 1593; Chinese intervention, 1599-1600
TAUNGU
Ngyaung Ram Meng 1599-1605
Mahadhammaraja 1605-1628
Mengre Dippa 1628-1629
Thalwun Mengtara 1629-1648
Bengtale 1648-1661
Pyi Meng 1661-1672
Narawara 1672
Thiri Pawara
Mahadhammaraja
1672-1698
Thiri Maha
Thihathura Thudhamma
1698-1714
Thiri Pawara
Mahadhammaraja
Dibati Hsengphyusheng
1714-1733
Mahadhammaraja Dibati 1733-1751
to Konbaung, 1751
SHAN
Buddha Thi Gwe Meng 1740-1746
Binya Dala 1746-1757
KONBAUNG 
Alaungpaya 1753-1760
Naundawgyi 1760-1763
Hsinbyushin 1763-1776
Chinese invasion, 1765-1769; Ayuthya destroyed, 1767
Singu Min 1776-1781
Maung Maung 1781
Bodawdaya 1781-1819
captures Arakan, 1784; invasion of Siam defeated, 1785; Peace with Siam, acquisition of Tenasserim coast, 1793
Bagyidaw 1819-1837
First Burmese War, 1824-1826, loss of Assam, Arakan, & Tenasserim to Britain, 1826
Tharrawaddy 1837-1846
Pagin Min 1846-1852
Mindon Min 1853-1878
Second Burmese War, 1852-1853, Lower Burma to Britain, 1853; Manalay becomes capital, 1857
Thibaw 1878-1885,
d.1916
Third Burmese War, 1885, Burma annexed by Britain,
1886-1942, 1945-1948; Japanese occupation, 1942-1945
 

 

British Chief
Commissioners
Sir Arthur Purves Phayre 1862-1867
Albert Fytche 1867-1871
Ashley Eden 1871-1875
Sir Augustus Rivers Thompson 1875-1878
Charles Umpherston Aitchinson 1878-1880
Sir Charles Edward Bernard 1880-1883
Sir Charles Haukes Todd 1883-1886
Third Burmese War, 1885, Upper Burma annexed by Britain, 1886
Sir Charles Edward Bernard 1886-1887
Sir Charles Haukes Todd 1887-1890
Alexander Mackenzie 1890-1895
Frederick William Richard Fryer 1895-1897
Lieutenant Governors
Frederick William Richard Fryer 1897-1903
Sir Hugh Shakespear Barnes 1903-1905
Sir Herbert Thirkell White 1905-1910
Sir Harvey Adamson 1910-1915
Sir George Shaw 1913-1913
Sir Spencer Harcourt Butler 1915-1917
Walter Francis Rice 1917-1918
Sir Reginald Henry Craddock 1918-1922
Sir Spencer Harcourt Butler 1922-1923
Governors
Sir Spencer Harcourt Butler 1923-1927
Sir Charles Alexander Innes 1927-1932
Sir Hugh Landsdowne Stephenson 1932-1936
Sir Archibald Douglas Cochrane 1936-1941
Sir Reginald Hugh Dorman-Smith 1941-1946
Japanese Occupation, 1942-1945; Military Commanders
Shojiro Iida 1942-1943
Masakazu Kawabe 1943-1944
Heitaro Kimura 1944-1945
Allied Military Governors
Louis Mountbatten 1944-1945
Sir Hubert Elvin Rance 1945-1946
Governor
Sir Hubert Elvin Rance 1946-1948

 

1422-1426

 

 

Minhlange

 

 

1426

 

 

Kalekyetaungnvo

 

 

1426-1427

 

 

Mohnyinthado

 

 

1427-1440

 

 

Minrekyansa

 

 

1440-1443

 

 

Narapati

 

 

Chinese Vassal,
1443-1469

 

 

Thihathura

 

 

1469-1481

 

 

Minhkaung II

 

 

1481-1502

 

 

Shwenankyawshin

 

 

1502-1527

 

 

Thohanbwa the Usurper

 

 

1527-1543

 

 

Hkonmaing the Shan

 

 

1543-1546

 

 

Mobye Narapati

 

 

Shan Vassal,
1546-1552

 

 

Sithkyawhtin

 

 

Shan Vassal,
1552-1555

 

 

to Taungu, 1555

After the fall of Pagan and a transitional kingdom, the next great Burmese state was Ava. Ava, however, would never dominate Burma. It was precariously surrounded by the Shan states in the north, Arakan in the west, and Pegu in the south, sometimes advancing, as against Arakan in 1379-1430, sometimes retreating, and sometimes dominated by China.

These lists were largely derived from Bruce R. Gordon's Regnal Chronologies, with some details added from An Encyclopedia of World History (William L. Langer, Houghton Mifflin, 1952). The Maps are based on the Oxford Atlas of World History (Patrick K. O'Brien, General Editor, 1999, pp.64-65). Good linguistic information is in The Atlas of Languages (Facts On File, 1996, pp.62-64); and a description of the Burmese language and its alphabet is in The World's Major Languages, edited by Bernard Comrie [Oxford University Press, 1987, pp.834-854].

 

 

  SHAN

 

 Wareru

 

 1287-1306

 

 Khunlau

 

 1306-1310

 

 Dzau-au

 

 1310-1323

 

 Dzaudzip

 

 1323-1330

 

 Binya-e Lau

 

 1330-1348

 

 Binya-u

 

 1348-1385

 

 Binya-Nwe

 

 1385-1423

 

 Binya Dhamma Radza

 

 1423-1426

 

 Binya Rankit

 

 1426-1446

 

 Binya Waru

 

 1446-1450

 

 Binya Keng

 

 1450-1453

 

 Mhaudau

 

 1453

 

 Shengtsaubu (f)

 

 1453-1460

 

 Dhamma Dzedi

 

 1460-1491

 

 Binya Ran

 

 1491-1526

 

 Takarwutbi

 

 1526-1540

 

TAUNGU/TOUNGOO

 

 

Tabin Shwehti

 

 

1531-1550

 

 

captures Pengu, 1539; King of Lower Burma, 1542; captures Pagan, 1546; King of all Burma

 

 

Thamindwut

 

 

1550

 

 

Thaminhtau

 

 

1550-1551

 

 

Bayin Naung

 

 

1551-1581

 

 

captures Ava, 1555; captures Chiang Mai, 1557; attacks Ayuthya, 1563; captures Ayuthya, 1569

 

 

Nandabayin

 

 

1581-1599

 

 

driven from Siam, 1593; Chinese intervention, 1599-1600

 

 

TAUNGU

 

 

Ngyaung Ram Meng

 

 

1599-1605

 

 

Mahadhammaraja

 

 

1605-1628

 

 

Mengre Dippa

 

 

1628-1629

 

 

Thalwun Mengtara

 

 

1629-1648

 

 

Bengtale

 

 

1648-1661

 

 

Pyi Meng

 

 

1661-1672

 

 

Narawara

 

 

1672

 

 

Thiri Pawara
Mahadhammaraja

 

 

1672-1698

 

 

Thiri Maha
Thihathura Thudhamma

 

 

1698-1714

 

 

Thiri Pawara
Mahadhammaraja
Dibati Hsengphyusheng

 

 

1714-1733

 

 

Mahadhammaraja Dibati

 

 

1733-1751

 

 

to Konbaung, 1751

 

 

SHAN

 

 

Buddha Thi Gwe Meng

 

 

1740-1746

 

 

Binya Dala

 

 

1746-1757

 

 

KONBAUNG

 

 

Alaungpaya

 

 

1753-1760

 

 

Naundawgyi

 

 

1760-1763

 

 

Hsinbyushin

 

 

1763-1776

 

 

Chinese invasion, 1765-1769; Ayuthya destroyed, 1767

 

 

Singu Min

 

 

1776-1781

 

 

Maung Maung

 

 

1781

 

 

Bodawdaya

 

 

1781-1819

 

 

captures Arakan, 1784; invasion of Siam defeated, 1785; Peace with Siam, acquisition of Tenasserim coast, 1793

 

 

Bagyidaw

 

 

1819-1837

 

 

First Burmese War, 1824-1826, loss of Assam, Arakan, & Tenasserim to Britain, 1826

 

 

Tharrawaddy

 

 

1837-1846

 

 

Pagin Min

 

 

1846-1852

 

 

Mindon Min

 

 

1853-1878

 

 

Second Burmese War, 1852-1853, Lower Burma to Britain, 1853; Manalay becomes capital, 1857

 

 

Thibaw

 

 

1878-1885,
d.1916

 

 

Third Burmese War, 1885, Burma annexed by Britain,
1886-1942, 1945-1948; Japanese occupation, 1942-1945

The Shan were among the Thai-Lao people who streamed into Southeast Asia in the 13th century, perhaps driven out of Yunnan by the Mongols. Shan states destabilize Burma, and their aggressiveness may be responsible for the newly aggressive state of Taungu that creates a bit of a Burmese Empire in the 16th century.

The conquest by Taungu of the Thai Kingdoms, Chiang Mai and Ayuthya, is one of the high points of Burmese history. The triumph, especially over Siam, however, is brief.

The revival of a unified Burmese state under Konbaung led to some triumphs, as for a while over Siam again, and then to a series of setbacks. Defeated in Siam, the Burmese then had to face an enemy even more formidable than China — the British in India.

All the British ever wanted to do was trade and make money, but ideas of private property and free trade were more than a little foreign to Burmese sovereigns. Hassling British subjects in the 19th century, however, brings down the wrath of Britain, with all its modern military superiority.

Three wars with Britain led to the dismemberment and then annexation of Burma. And as the century progressed, the British became increasingly more interested in conquest than just in trade. The First Burmese War meant in 1826 the loss of Assam, still today part of India, Arakan, only recently secured, and Tenasserim, only more recently secured. These territories were not exactly integral to the Burmese state; but the Second Burmese War led to the annexation of Lower Burma, with Rangoon and Pengu, in 1853. The British general Sir Harry Prendergast finally entered Mandalay in 1885, and the whole country was annexed the following year.

British Chief
Commissioners
Sir Arthur Purves Phayre 1862-1867
Albert Fytche 1867-1871
Ashley Eden 1871-1875
Sir Augustus Rivers Thompson 1875-1878
Charles Umpherston Aitchinson 1878-1880
Sir Charles Edward Bernard 1880-1883
Sir Charles Haukes Todd 1883-1886
Third Burmese War, 1885, Upper Burma annexed by Britain, 1886
Sir Charles Edward Bernard 1886-1887
Sir Charles Haukes Todd 1887-1890
Alexander Mackenzie 1890-1895
Frederick William Richard Fryer 1895-1897
Lieutenant Governors
Frederick William Richard Fryer 1897-1903
Sir Hugh Shakespear Barnes 1903-1905
Sir Herbert Thirkell White 1905-1910
Sir Harvey Adamson 1910-1915
Sir George Shaw 1913-1913
Sir Spencer Harcourt Butler 1915-1917
Walter Francis Rice 1917-1918
Sir Reginald Henry Craddock 1918-1922
Sir Spencer Harcourt Butler 1922-1923
Governors
Sir Spencer Harcourt Butler 1923-1927
Sir Charles Alexander Innes 1927-1932
Sir Hugh Landsdowne Stephenson 1932-1936
Sir Archibald Douglas Cochrane 1936-1941
Sir Reginald Hugh Dorman-Smith 1941-1946
Japanese Occupation, 1942-1945; Military Commanders
Shojiro Iida 1942-1943
Masakazu Kawabe 1943-1944
Heitaro Kimura 1944-1945
Allied Military Governors
Louis Mountbatten 1944-1945
Sir Hubert Elvin Rance 1945-1946
Governor
Sir Hubert Elvin Rance 1946-1948

 

 

 

Viceroy of India. Mountbatten, however, was not the field commander on the ground. That was General, subsequently Field Marshall, Slim. Details of this campaign are discussed in more detail below.

It was no trouble for the Japanese to find anti-British Burmese to set up a puppet government, which dutifully declared war on the Allies in 1943. After the War, the bitter feelings were reflected in the fact that independent Burma did not choose to join the British Commonwealth. Since then, Burma has suffered from its isolationist tendencies, especially after a military coup in 1962 and one-party socialist state was decreed in 1974. The present military government, with General Shaw Maung as President since 1988, setting aside democratic election results in 1990, has gained the reputation of one of the worst human rights abusers in the world. In an attempt to stir up fascist-style nationalism, the government changed the name of the country in 1991 to something more "authentic," Myanmar, but this has done little, of course, to ease the sting of dictatorship.

 
Presidents of the Union of Burma, Democratic Period, 1948-1962
Sao Shwe Thaik 1948-1952
Ba U 1952-1957
Win Maung 1957-1962
"Burmese Socialism" Military Government
Ne Win 1962-1981
San Yu 1981-1988
"8888″ Democracy Uprising; Military Coup, 1988
Sein Lwin 1988
Maung Maung 1988
Dictator Chairmen of Military State Council
Saw Maung 1988-1992
Aung San Suu Kyi wins general election, nullified by Military, 1990; Burma becomes "Myanmar," 1991
Than Shwe 1992-present
Widespread protests, suppressed by Military, 2007

 

rth Koreans). When some food was distributed to storm victims, reports are either that the government claimed to be the source or that the aid food was kept by the Military and rancid local food was distributed. These tyrants are so vile, it is a shame that the U.S. won't just drop in Don Rumsfeld and the Delta Force and get rid of them. It is otherwise hard to know how the Burmese people will be free of them, though they could not remain in power without some kind of substantial support. While liberal opinion internationally is aroused over the matter, far too much energy is being expended by political activists on confused or vicious condemnations of the American role in overthrowing the late dictator of Iraq to have any serious intentions about overthrowing the dictators of Burma.


 



The New Straits S##t…..…..oops Times on the 29th Nov 2010, spins for Zahid Hamidi

Posted: 02 Dec 2010 04:06 AM PST

….it's a of course a propaganda organ for UMNO, not that organ, gotcha! During the time of Tun Hussein Onn , there were 3 two star, Non Malay Generals in the Army, they were Major General Leong Siew Meng, Major General Selvarajah and Major General Lai Chung Wah. Of course, they served into the era of our Great Leader . I only buy the NST on a need to basis, that is when I need to clear my dog's poop. No wonder it's circulation is dropping, many people apparently think like me. Throughout the era of our Great Leader, whose achievements were many , there were no more two star Generals in the Army. You know why this great man, Tun Hussein allowed this. Tun Hussein Onn was the father of tolerance and meritocracy.

In that article by a so called scribe, quotes Zahid Hamidi, that the Non Malays fear disciplne, that the profession of arms is monetarily less rewarding for them, no support from the family and of course the lack of patriotism for not serving in the Armed Forces. As I have stated before when Malaya/Malaysia was threatened the Non Malays always answered the call magnificently.

I will speak on the behalf of all ex Non Malay servicemen by virtue they have written, spoken and telephoned me, voicing their support. First on the pay, when I was a recruit in 1972, I was paid RM60 a month, it was split fortnightly, therefore I was paid a lordly sum of RM30! So bang goes the theory of less rewarding through the toilet. Which family would encourage their offspring where racial discrimination and religious bigotry is rife? I will not bother this time about the patriotism of the Non Malays, it is insulting, as Defence Minister Zahid Hamidi does not have an inkling of history or maybe feigns ignorance. After all to qualify to be a Defense Minister, in Malaysia, one only needs to be an UMNO warlord.

The scribe says, "the ruling party had always been Malay-based in 53 years of rule, it is natural that the civil service, from top to down, is filled in the ranks with Malays. The same concept applies to other countries, Singapore included." It is so unnatural; he purposefully qualifies that remark by mentioning Singapore. He might as well have said the same concept applies to China! For bloody sanity's sake the, Non Malays are nearly 50 friggin percentage of the population! Whereas my dear Azmi Anshar, Singapore has a population which is 76.8% Chinese and Malays are a measly 13.9% followed by Indians 7.9% . Honesty is definitely not the better part of you.

"thus the need for the minister to address the issue in Parliament". It would be more apt for the scribe to say, "insulting the Non Malays in Parliament". Okay on 'discipline', my cojones are laughing rolling all over themselves. What the hell were we doing in the Army? Fear of discipline? Think of a better reason. Discipline is debatable, it does not only apply in the Military field. He further writes,"perception: the government, being a dominant Malay entity, has little or no place for non-Malays to pursue their ambitions". That is not a perception it is a fact of life in Malaysia. The chutzpah of this guy is, he suggests a quota, what the hell for? To screw more Non Malays again?

Non-Malays in armed forces: Ample opportunity for the deserving to shine from the NST 22 Nov 2010 . They mention Teoh Siang Chang, 55, who served in the Royal Malaysian Air Force for the past 36 years, was made a Brigadier General, S. Mahendra, 51, from the army, was made a Colonel on Oct 15. On Nov 1, Stephen Mundaw a Dayak, 52, was made a General in the armed forces, a first for the Dayak community. They forgot to mention "Brigadier", which is a one star General. Look at the case of Teoh, 36 years of service, makes it to Brigadier, patience is definitely a virtue. If he had joined the Air Force at the age of 18, how old is that, he is 55 years old! In the military anyone above 50 years of age is considered to be in the the twilight years . But then again people with the rank of Colonels and Brigadier Generals are "dime a dozen" . They do not rise above that and that too are given their promotions very late in their career.

They throw some crumbs, to placate the people, to pull wool over their eyes. Here are some of the Non Malays I know who left the service, after slogging years in their stagnant ranks, disappointed, Lt Col Mah Chok Sai, Lt Col Chua Eng Lye, Lt Col Don Too Heng Onn, Lt Col Yap Chok Sang, Lt Col Yap Poh Meng, Major Wong Heng Ging, Major Fabian Bangkong, Captain Kang, Major Harbhajan Singh, Major Christopher Joseph, Major Lee Hock Soon, Major Joseph Chandy, Captain Hareedranathan, Major KD Richard, Captain Ravinthar, Captain Kang, Captain Manisegaran and you know what? These are guys I knew and just rattled them off the cuff. Can you imagine the number of Non Malay names that Mindef can give out?

Yes, one more thing. "They discriminated against you whilst you are in service and ignore your religous rites when you are killed in action There is absolutely no pastoral care for non Malays-dead or alive. Why cannot we have some kind of chaplain service for the Non Malays. I can recall vividly when Ray Chandran was killed in action, we obviously could not use the madarasah but have had to look for an obscure place in Suvla Lines to wash him and had the most senior Hindu soldier to give him his last rites according to his religion. Why can't the Army provide these services?" Old timer 1 Rgr in comments.

Until blatant discrimination based on race and religion, are addressed, the numbers of Non Malays in the military will remain small and further diminish. This did not happen overnight, it happened over a period of 22 years, when our Great Leader was in charge.


Ternyata Lambang Dan Logo Yahudi Israel Ada Di Komputer Anda

Posted: 02 Dec 2010 04:41 AM PST

Ternyata Lambang dan Logo Yahudi Israel ada di Komputer Anda

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My Computer kemudian klik pada My Computer diikuti dengan memilih
lokal disk C:
- Program files
- Microsoft Office
- media
- cagcat10
Nama gambar adalah : j0285926.wmf

Anda akan mendapatkan gambar seperti dibawah ini :



Gambar gabungan lambang israel dan menorah (lilin kemenangan yang juga ditemukan di lambang Mossad)

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