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- Danger Ahead: H7N9 Bird Flu
- Deaf But Love Abounds
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- Is public and citizens' safety a private responsibility?
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Posted: 26 Apr 2013 10:59 AM PDT
Putrajaya kawasan berprestij, Husam lah yang secucuk sebagai wakilnya
Pertembungan diantara Husam Musa dan Tengku Adnan di kawasan Parlimen Putrajaya dalam PRU ini amat menarik bagi diri saya untuk membuahkan sedikit komen. Awal-awal bicara saya ini, saya terus terang berkata kalaulah benar-benar pengundi di Putrajaya mahukan seorang wakil yang betul-betul mempunyai 'attribute' sebagai seorang wakil yang betul, maka Husam lah orangnya. Jika kita mahukan seorang yang 'colorful' dengan berbagai-bagai isu, maka Tengku Adnan lah yang betul.
Husam seorang Naib Presiden PAS dan tidak mempunyai apa-apa warna yang menjadikan beliau seorang yang boleh dipersoalkan. Berbeza dengan T Adnan, Husam tidak mempunyai isu yang membabitkan perjudian atau isu salah laku korporat yang menjejaskan imej sebagai seorang ahli Dewan Legislatif bagi kawasan yang berprestij seperti Putrajaya itu.
Jika kita benar-benar memilih mengikut markah keperibadian, Husam sememangnya jauh lebih bersesuaian untuk mewakili rakyat Putrajaya. Segala-gala yang ada pada Husam itu semuanya 'natural' dan tidak ditempelkan dengan imej-imej palsu seperti yang ada kepada Tengku Adnan.
Hanya satu yang lebihnya T Adnan dari Husam, iaitu T Adnan banyak wang ringgitnya. Tengku Adnan mempunyai banyak bisness yang besar-besar dan semua bisness beliau itu adalah dari kedudukan beliau dalam UMNO selama ini sehinggalah jawatan beliau sebagai Setiausaha Agong UMNO.
Tengku Adnan berbuat bisness dengan taikonya Vincent Tan. Tengku Adnan lebih takut kepada Vincent Tan dari pimpinan tertinggi UMNO itu sendiri. Kita boleh campurkan satu dengan satu atau dua dengan dua, kita tahu kenapa Vincent Tan begitu berpengaruh dalam kerajaan dan UMNO itu sendiri.
Justeru jika rakyat Putrajaya mahukan wakilnya seorang yang seperti T Adnan ini maka Tengku Adnan lah patut dipilih. Tetapi di sebaliknya jika kita mahukan seorang wakil Legislatif yang berwibawa dengan keperibadian yang segar secucuk dengan imej Putrajaya sebagai kawasan induk negara ini, maka Husam Musa lah orang yang paling tepat dan sesuai untuk mewakili pengundi di Putrajaya. Dari segi kemanusiaannya Husam adalah seorang yang secara relatifnya jauh lebih lengkap dari lawannya itu.
Saya yang merupakan pengundi di Kuala Pilah tidak dapat memberikan undi kepada Husam. Jika undi boleh dikirim seperti kita mengirim undi dalam rancangan Akademi Fantasia, saya akan menghantar undi kepada Husam Musa sebanyak yang mungkin kerana sokongan terhadap Husam tidak boleh di abaikan jika kita mahukan perubahan.
Husam perlu diberikan sokongan samada dengan kerja tubuh seperti berkempen dan merayu undi atau usaha yang lebih mulia iaitu untuk bermohon terus kehadrat Allah SWT. Pengundi-pengundi Putrajaya wajar menjolok rahmat dari Allah SWT agar Putrajaya mendapat seorang wakil yang berprestij imejnya dan jernih wajahnya.
Saya berdoa agar Husam sentiasa berada di dalam keredhaan Tuhan Maha Esa. -aspanalias
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 07:30 AM PDT
We all know about the importance of contraception in preventing unwanted pregnancy -- in 2013 more women are aware of their reproductive options than ever before.
While there have been great strides to make birth control and contraception common knowledge, women's options in terms of fertility are often not widely known. During National Infertility Awareness week, we have the unique opportunity to discuss reproductive aging, a topic that affects all women yet is rarely addressed.
As a woman, you are born with every single egg you will ever have for the rest of your life -- a fact most women should know and many find shocking.
Unlike men, who are constantly able to produce new, viable sperm throughout their life, a woman's eggs begin to age even before birth and continue to do so until their final depletion at menopause.
This may seem like a terrifying concept for most women who plan on having children later, but it doesn't have to be. With egg freezing and the many new related technological advances in the field of reproductive medicine, women are now able to have children later in life. The key is not only knowing your options, but knowing them before it's too late.
CLICK HERE for more.
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 06:43 AM PDT
The virus attacks the respiratory system.
Keiji Fukuda, assistant director-general for health security of the World Health Organization (WHO) stated in a press conference Wednesday that, "This is an unusually dangerous virus for humans" as is is more easily transmitted than H5N1
The Los Angeles Times reported today, "To date, the mortality rate is 21%, but since many of [sic] patients with confirmed H7N9 virus infection remain critically ill, we suspect that the mortality may increase," they wrote in their study, published online Wednesday by the New England Journal of Medicine. "Since this H7N9 virus appears to have emerged recently to infect humans, population immunity is expected to be low, and persons of any age may be susceptible to infection."
The report paints a fuller picture of the outbreak, which hascaused Chinese people to become so panicked that one motorist felt the need to flag down police after a bird dropping landed on her car.
Cases of H7N9 infection have been confirmed in six provinces: Shanghai (31 cases), Zhejiang (25), Jiangsu (20), Anhui (three), Henan (two) and Beijing (one). The statistics paint a picture of the typical bird flu victim as an older urban male.
Chinese health officials tested 664 pneumonia patients who were sick enough to be hospitalized between March 25 and April 17. Of these patients, 81, or 12%, tested positive for H7N9 infection. In addition, 5,551 unhospitalized people withflu-like symptoms were tested, and one of them was confirmed to have H7N9.
The 82 confirmed patients ranged in age from 2 to 89 years old, but most were at the higher end of that range and 46% were at least 65. The report said that 73% of patients were men and 84% lived in urban areas."
READ MORE HERE.
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 04:52 AM PDT
Being deaf has many challenges. It can be frustrating to feel isolated from the world around you. One man says, "I hate having to rely on others to tell me what's going on, I hate looking like the prize idiot when someone talks to me." But having someone around that can understand what you're going through can make a world of difference. Such is true for a Connecticut boy and his dog.
Last month, an eight-year-old dog called Barney was rescued from an Oxford, CT property along with three other dogs and some farm animals. When he was examined by a vet, it was determined that Barney was deaf. Knowing how difficult it is to place blind and deaf dogs, animal control staff hoped a home could be found for him.
CLICK HERE to read this touching post.
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 03:30 AM PDT
Who are they?
Zahid didn't reveal their names but a report will be submitted to the Attorney-General's Chambers for further action.
"What I can say is that two of the opposition leaders involved are from the peninsula and the other, from Sabah," he said at a news conference after his visit to the Royal Malaysian Air Force College in Alor Setar today.I am not going to point fingers at any of them but if investigation leads to their doings, they must face heavy penalty.
They are traitors to the nation and its people for having hands in the intrusion. Whether they are with Pakatan or Barisan Nasional, they dont deserve to be with us!
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 06:01 AM PDT
Malaysian rising star fights for political survival
Updated 26 April 2013, 17:48 AEST
Kate Arnott for Newsline
Nurul Izzah Anwar, the daughter of Malaysia's opposition leader, faces possible defeat in her own electorate.
The daughter of
Malaysian Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim has a big fight on her hands
to retain her
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 08:27 AM PDT
Kajiselidik Pusat Kajian Demokrasi dan Pilihan Raya Universiti Malaya (Umcedel) menunjukkan Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim mendahului Datuk Seri Najib Razak sebagai calon perdana menteri Malaysia yang baru.
Tinjauan pada awal April itu, melibatkan 1,407 responden yang menetap di Semenanjung Malaysia menunjukkan sebanyak 43 peratus responden percaya Anwar layak menjadi perdana menteri manakala 24 peratus lagi berpendapat sebaliknya, dan selebihnya tidak pasti.
Untuk Najib pula, 39 peratus responden berkenaan berpendapat beliau layak menjadi perdana menteri manakala 31 lagi tidak bersetuju. Seramai 30 peratus lagi tidak pasti.
Apa yang menarik, seramai 54 peratus responden Melayu berpendapat Anwar layak menjadi perdana menteri dan hanya 28 peratus yang mahu Najib menjadi perdana menteri.
Di kalangan pengundi kali pertama pula, 48 peratus responden percaya Anwar layak menjadi perdana menteri manaka 25 peratus lagi berpendapat demikian untuk Najib.
Berbanding dengan hasil kajiselidik Umcedel pada bulan Januari, rating Najib merosot empat mata manakala Anwar meningkat satu mata.
Dari segi responden Melayu, Kedudukan Najib merosot 18 mata manakala Kedudukan Anwar pula meningkat sembilan mata.
Najib dan Anwar dilihat bersaing rapat dalam bidang-bidang yang lain.
Najib mempunyai sedikit kelebihan dari segi pemimpin yang rapat dan mesra rakyat, berbanding dengan Anwar.
Lima puluh empat peratus responden percaya Najib lebih "mesra rakyat" berbanding dengan 46 peratus untuk Anwar.
Pengarah Umcedel, Prof Datuk Mohd Redzuan Othman memberitahu satu sidang media hari ini bahawa ini kerana Najib muncul di TV hampir setiap hari, berbanding dengan Anwar yang hanya muncul apabila ada sesuatu yang tidak baik mengenainya.
Najib juga dilihat sedikit lebih mampu dalam pentadbiran berbanding dengan Anwar, manakala Anwar mempunyai kelebihan sedikit dari segi ketelusan dan wawasan untuk memajukan negara.
Bagaimanapun, Anwar mempunyai kelebihan yang jelas dari segi pemimpin yang memiliki ciri-ciri kepimpinan Islam, dengan 43 peratus daripada responden menyatakan beliau memiliki ciri-ciri tersebut, berbanding dengan 37 peratus untuk Najib.
Sementara itu, kajiselidik itu juga mendapati 62 peratus responden berkata mereka tidak dipengaruhi oleh video seks yang didakwa membabitkan seorang pemimpin Pakatan Rakyat yang beredar di Internet.
Tiga puluh sembilan peratus responden berkata mereka yakin video seks itu sebagai "propaganda Umno" untuk membuat serangan peribadi, manakala 39 peratus berkata mereka tidak pasti.
Dua puluh dua peratus responden tidak bersetuju bahawa klip itu "propaganda Umno".
Redzuan berkata, nampaknya kempen memburuk-burukkan Anwar (dalam media arus perdana) tidak benar-benar memberi kesan buruk terhadapnya.
Sementara itu, 63 peratus responden berkata mereka mahu melihat debat antara Najib dan Anwar manakala 19 peratus tidak bersetuju dengan idea tersebut. -mk
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 05:47 AM PDT
By J. D. Lovrenciear
The numerous invitations to the BN leader to debate with the opposition coalition pact leader, Anwar Ibrahim, has been turned down by Najib. It seems that according to BN and its leaders, it is not Malaysian culture to have healthy debates on principles, political philosophies and above all on political and governance matters that are close to the hearts of all Malaysians and especially the voting citizenry.
The entire world promotes and believes in public debates as a way forward to political maturity and social development. It is a civilized approach to understanding viewpoints. It is an accepted standard in winning support for our thoughts and intentions. Debates are deemed as necessary enlightenment for humanity.
And even here in our schools and universities, we are nurtured, trained and encouraged to participate in debates as a healthy means to enrich our minds and arrive at enlightened pathways on issues and concerns that matter most to society. But when it comes to politics in Malaysia our leaders throw healthy debates down into the sewer.
Well if political debates are not a Malaysian culture, then what is, pray tell the nation Najib! Is producing a profuse series of porn videos our Malaysian culture in the run up to a general election? Or is splashing red paint and burning cars or encroaching and disrupting political ceramahs our way?
Maybe our political culture is running down each other's opponents with all kinds of threats and allegations. Maybe our political culture is one of fist fights, hurling primitive molotov cocktails, and burning effigies as well as doing a butt-dance in front of the homes of globally recognized and respected individuals. So Najib and his team must be right to state that debates are not a Malaysian culture.
How on earth can our leaders proclaim that healthy public debates are not our Malaysian culture and yet claim and preach transformation? How on earth can we even reach the doorways of a developed world standard when our leaders are already downgrading our national image and status quo by telling the world that it is not a Malaysian culture to participate in sound, healthy political debates before the voting public?
For how long more must Malaysians be made to look stupid, immature and incapable in the eyes of the global community of fast-forwarding nations?
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 05:44 AM PDT
By J. D. Lovrenciear
A jog in the park can cause your life. Your driving to work can spell disaster for the entire family. Parking in the basement can rob you of your virginity if not your limbs. Sleeping at home can bring misfortune and financial setbacks. Yes, public safety is a major concern that citizens have been grappling with for far too long. Unfortunate for the voters, your safety has been made out to be your sole and private responsibility.
BN leaders and through their top civil servant as well as media mouth-pieces have often warned citizens that we must exercise greater care and caution when going to the park; when out shopping; when parking in basements of malls; when reaching and leaving our gated-dwellings. Endless warnings and advise each time a heinous crime makes it to the media. Well now with the most unfortunate and totally uncalled for shooting of a senior civil servant on the way to the office, what will our leaders preach? That we must be careful on the way to work too?
Or will they admonish us not to politicize the unsafe conditions under which citizens live? Perhaps they will splash some more statistics and joyfully say, "our crime rate has been drastically reduced". May be they will sweep it all away with that infamous and often quoted statement, "This is an isolated incident". But let us get real. Just as foreing nationals can get bombed away, citizens too have every reason to feel unsafe - at home, at work or in public places.
Are our homes not barricaded with iron and steel grills, gates and fencing? How many of our homes even feature padlocked grills to the trap door on the ceiling? On top of that we even have to invest in CCTVs and alarm systems of sorts. By comparison, none of our friends in neighboring countries live like this. Why?
No small wonder then why property developers are minting these days with their 'Gated and Guarded' exclusive homes for a 'Peaceful sleep' projects. How many of us have fallen victim to car or motorbike thefts? And that too despite having multiple security features from door to booth to windscreen and glass breakin-security. Even your player has to be bolted with password, mind you. Right?
How many women these days do not dare carry handbags to public places – let alone when going to work? And if they do, how many of them consciously and even subconsciously clutch their bags tight under their armpits? No? Let us not kid, ladies say your piece, please. How many dads and moms will let their daughters go to the park for a run or healthy exercise – even in their own tamans unescorted?
Why do we citizens have to live in so much of fear and be surrounded with so much of risk after over five decades of the world's longest serving political party that forms the government every five years without fail? Or are we not to mix politics, governance and public safety? Some heads of NGOs on the payroll of the government even can advocate that pedestrians must enhance vigilance. How much Sirs?
Leaving our handbags behind; clutching tight our personal belongings under armpits; avoiding the parks; bolting our homes; investing in alarm systems for our vehicles; locking our scooters to drain covers with chains; looking over our backs in public streets – all of these is not enough vigilance? And now in the wake of the brutal shooting of our top civil servant who was been driven to work - and right here in the vicinity of the nation's most secure Putrajaya, we need to ask:
Is public safety solely a private responsibility? Or shall we rephrase it: Should we hold BN responsible for all the crimes and risks that citizens have to shoulder at their own cost, own risk and own initiative and yet not be assured of their personal safety in public places and at home? When citizens cannot feel safe in their own homes, and when our lives are at huge risks in public places, it simply means that there is a degree of negligence and omission on the part of the political party that has been given the mandate to govern all these years.
That is not politicizing crime. It is basic accountability.
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 05:26 AM PDT
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 05:20 AM PDT
Source: Mu Aye> LDC
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 04:49 AM PDT
Aung San Suu Kyi on Muslims in Burma : via ShingetsuNews Japan M-Media April 21st, 2013
Although there were criticisms to Aung San Suu Kyi because of her silence on violence against Muslims in Burma, in this video of Shingetsu news agency of Japan, we might find out that what Suu Kyi said is full of tactics and acceptable. But according to some analysts, there is also a worry that all sorts of Buddhists majority had been sealed their sights by military Junta and they might not be able to think well about what Suu Kyi is trying to point out.
Before watching this clip, we have to keep one very important fact in mind, which was said by Suu Kyi at the debate about rule of law organised by the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2012 and what she said is that "Burma law is obsolete".
M-Media presents you of this video via youtube channel of http://www.shingetsunewsagency.com.
" With regard to violence, I object to violence committed by anybody against anybody. It is not matter whether the violence is committed by buddhists or by muslims or by christians. I object to it entirely. I've always been against violence especially in politics. I am sorry that our people are not able to settle their differences across the table like talking to one another rather by resorting to violence. I've said this very clearly that any violation of human rights and any acts of violence are inimical to united and peaceful society, and I stand by that. With regard to whether or not, the rohigyas are citizens of the country that depends very much on whether or not they meet the requirements of citizenship laws as they now exist. There are those who say Burmese citizenship laws which are based on 1982 law are not fair. That is the different question. At present what we have to find out is whether all those who are entitled to citizenship until the present law have been given citizenship. And once they've been given citizenship, they have to be given all the rights of citizens. That has to be established first. And then we must go on to assess this citizenship law to find out whether it is in line with international standards. I think every country is entitled to say that they will work in accordance with existing laws at the same time, every country has a responsibility to consider the possibility that the laws are not in keeping with international standards. And this, the Burmese should have the courage to do, to face the issue of citizenship fairly. With regard to Muslim of Burma, I met some Muslim leaders recently just before I came to Japan. I've been talked about all these communal problems. And it is very sad because none of them every known any other country except this one. I mean that to say except Burma. And they did not feel that they belong to anywhere else and it was sad for them that they were made to feel they did not belong in our country either. And this is a very sad state of affairs. We must learn to accommodate those with different views from ours. But as I said earlier if we want our people to sort out the differences, we must give them security. We must make them feel secure enough to talk to one another. If you don't feel secure enough to go out of your house, if you're afraid that every time you go out of the house, you might be attacked by somebody from a different community, how can you expect them to sit down and sort out the differences which is why I put so much emphasis to rule of law. And this is why people find my attitude to so boring because rule of law is not exciting. But it is very necessary. "
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 03:45 AM PDT
UPDATE ON SITTWE IDP AREA INCIDENTS WITH IMMIGRATION AND SECURITY FORCES
At Khaung Dakkar, a far south west village near Ba Du Paw Village, government officials including immigration, military, NaSaKa, police and village administrators came to perform the current operation to insist that Rohingya register as Bengali for the President's census. School children came out chanting "Rohingya, Rohingya" repeatedly. A police car drove up and
fired shots. 2 children were shot.
A 15 year old boy was shot twice, once in the lower leg behind the knee and in a finger. A 10 year old was shot. Both were taken to the Dept of Health run Da Paing clinic. Both boys and their wounds were deemed not serious.
In They Kay Pyin, a village halfway between downtown Sittwe and Khaung Dakkar, the government team was meet with school children chanting "Rohingya, Rohingya" repeatedly. An immigration officer, Immigration is a division under NaSaKa, slapped a child. Tensions flared on both sides.
Listen, watch and smile!!!!!!! Rohingya Spirit! "Rohingya, Rohingya, Rohingya!" chanted over and over again by Rohingya school children in Sittwe IDP area in response to the government and security force immigrations teams who today started the President's census program to insist and force all Rohingya to self-identify not as Rohingya but as Bengali.
ေဗာဒူဗ ဒုကၡသည္စခန္းမွ ဘဂၤလီမ်ား ဆႏၵျပေသာင္းက်န္းေနပံု
ေဗာဒူဗ ဒုကၡသည္စခန္းတြင္ ၂၆-၄-၂၀၁၃ ေန႕ နံနက္ပိုင္းတြင္ ဘဂၤလီလူစာရင္း(ဆြဲ၊ တင္၊ စစ္)ေကာက္ယူမွဳအစီအစဥ္အား မေက်နပ္သျဖင့္ ဆႏၵျပေနေသာ ဘဂၤလီမ်ား ဗီဒီယိုမွတ္တမ္း၊
(ယခု ဗီဒီယိုအား ရခိုင္ျပည္နယ္၊ ဓာတ္ပံု၊ ဗီဒီယိုပညာသည္မ်ားအသင္းမွ ကူညီေပးပါသည္)
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 05:34 AM PDT
Sebaik saja selesai solat Jumaat di Masjid Besi, Putrajaya hari ini 26hb April 2013 hampir semua jemaah bila mendapat tahu akan kehadiran Mursyidul Am PAS TGNA dan calon PAS/PR Dato' Hj Husam Musa berada sama dalam masjid berkenaan, terus menyerbu kearah kedua pemimpin ini untuk bersalaman.
Satu suasana yang cukup menyentuh kalbu dan mengharukan sekali.
Sayugia diingat, majoriti jemaah adalah kakaitangan kerajaan yang bertugas di Putrajaya.
Apakah reaksi spontan jujur lagi ikhlas para warga Putrajaya terhadap TGNA dan Husam Musa menandakan tidak mustahil calon PAS/PR Parlimen P100 Putrajaya, Dato' Hj Husam Musa, akan memenangi parlimen ini?
Jawapannya ialah....Ins'y Allah, harapan cukup cerah sekali. -omakkau
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 01:38 AM PDT
Chinua Achebe's writings had a strong impact on my perspective of life and discrimination. It was back in the 1970's when I first heard about him as I had to study his novel 'Things Fall Apart", the best-selling and most important work of modern African literature, for my English Literature exam for the M.C.E. I still have my copy of that book filled notes scribbled in my tiny handwriting.
According to this site:
Chinua Achebe, born Albert Chinualumogu Achebe, 16 November 1930 – 21 March 2013) was a Nigerian novelist, poet, professor, and critic. He was best known for his first novel and magnum opus, Things Fall Apart (1958), which is the most widely read book in modern African literature.
Raised by his parents in the Igbo town of Ogidi in southeastern Nigeria, Achebe excelled at school and won a scholarship for undergraduate studies. He became fascinated with world religions and traditional African cultures, and began writing stories as a university student. After graduation, he worked for the Nigerian Broadcasting Service (NBS) and soon moved to the metropolis of Lagos. He gained worldwide attention for Things Fall Apart in the late 1950s; his later novels include No Longer at Ease (1960), Arrow of God (1964), A Man of the People (1966), and Anthills of the Savannah (1987). Achebe wrote his novels in English and defended the use of English, a "language of colonisers", in African literature. In 1975, his lecture An Image of Africa: Racism in Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" featured a famous criticism of Joseph Conrad as "a bloody racist"; it was later published amid some controversy. CLICK HERE for more.
Here's a BBC report about his death:
Nigerian writer Chinua Achebe, who has died aged 82, was revered throughout the world for his depiction of life in Africa.
He wrote about the effects of colonialism and its aftermath, as well as political corruption and attempts to introduce democratic reforms.
Born in 1930, he has often been referred to as the founding father of African literature in English.
Chinua Achebe said that any good story or any good novel should have a message and a purpose.
His first novel - the groundbreaking Things Fall Apart, published in 1958 - dealt with the clash between Western and traditional African values - and how traditional norms and values had been undermined.
Translated into more than 50 languages, its focus was on the traditions of Igbo society in south-eastern Nigeria, where he grew up.
"The white man is very clever. He came quietly and peaceably with his religion. We were amused at his foolishness and allowed him to stay. Now he has won our brothers, and our clan can no longer act like one. He has put a knife on the things that held us together and we have fallen apart," one of the characters said.
He wrote his novels in English and defended the use of English, a "language of colonisers", in African literature.
After he won the Man Booker International Prize for his work in 2007, he told the BBC that African literature was important for the wider literary world, and for African states themselves.
Some facts about Chinua Achebe:
CLICK HERE for more.
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 01:01 AM PDT
Lim Guan Eng, Chief Minister of Penang, was in Sibu speaking at a ceramah with a turnout of more than ten thousand. He is simply a crowd-puller!
When I was in Year 3 at Faculty of Economics & Politics, Monash University, doing my Bachelor of Economics majoring in accounting, Lim Guan Eng was there in Year 1 undertaking the same course. That was way back in 1980.
Soft-spoken and shy-looking, Lim Guan Eng then was commonly known to the Malaysian students as Lim kit Siang's son.
I used to see Lim Guan Eng in Student Music Room on Level 1 of Student Union Building during lunch break enjoying some fine music.
In 1980, Lim Kit Siang was in Monash University giving a high-powered public forum on Malaysian politics at Rotunda Hall. The hall that evening was packed with a crowd of more than 500. I noticed Lim Guan Eng sitting at the front row giving his father some moral support.
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 12:21 AM PDT
၁။ ျမန္မာမြတ္စလင္ အထိကရုန္းမ်ားသည္ စစ္တပ္က ျပဳျပင္ေျပာင္းလဲေရးကုိ မလုိလားေသာ ေခါင္းမာသူမ်ားရဲ့ လက္ခ်က္ျဖစ္သည္ကုိ သံသယမရွိ။
၂။ မြတ္စလင္ေတြက ဗုဒၶဘာသာကုိ တုိက္ခုိက္ေနျပီ။ ဗုဒၶဘာသာအမ်ိဳးသမီးေတြကုိလည္း အတင္းအၾကပ္ ရယူေနျပီဆိုတဲ့ အေျခအျမစ္မရွိတဲ့ အျမင္အယူေတြကုိ စစ္အရာရွိေတြ၊ ဝန္ႀကီးေတြက ေျပာေနၾကတာကုိ က်ေနာ္ ျမန္မာျပည္ေရာက္စဥ္က ကုိယ္တုိင္ ၾကားခဲ့ရတယ္။
၃။ အခ်ိန္မီ အေရးမယူရင္ အေနာက္တံခါး က်ိဳးေပါက္လိမ့္မယ္လုိ႔ ဝန္ႀကီးအဆင့္တစ္ဦးလည္း က်ေနာ့ကုိ ေျပာခဲ့တယ္။ ရုိဟင္ဂ်ာေတြအတြက္ လူ႔အခြင့္အေရး မရွိဘူးလို႔ အဲဒီဝန္ႀကီးက ယုံၾကည္ေနတယ္။
၄။ မြတ္စလင္ဆန္႔က်င္ေရးက တရုပ္ဆန္႔က်င္ေရး မျဖစ္လာေအာင္ တစ္ကယ္ဘဲ လမ္းလႊဲေပးႏုိင္ခဲ့တယ္။ မေတာ္မတရား အျမတ္ထုတ္ေနတဲ့ တရုပ္ေတြကုိ အေရွ႕ေတာင္အာရွႏုိင္ငံေတြက မႏွစ္ျမိဳ႕ၾကဘူး။
၅။ ကုလသမဂၢတာဝန္ခံမ်ားကလည္း မြတ္စလင္ဆန္႔က်င္ေရး အထိကရုဏ္းေတြမွာ ဦးသိန္းစိန္အစုိးရ ပါဝင္ပတ္သက္ေနေၾကာင္း ေျပာေနၾကျပီ။
၆။ ျမန္မာဘင္လာဒင္လုိ႔ေခၚတဲ့ ဘုန္းႀကီးဦးဝီရသူ၏ မြတ္စလင္မုန္းတီးေရး ေျဗာင္လႈံ႔ေဆာ္မႈမ်ားကုိ အစုိးရက အေရးမယူဘူး။
၇။ မြတ္စလင္ဆန္႔က်င္သူမ်ားကုိ လမ္းေပၚမွာတင္ မဟုတ္။ လႊတ္ေတာ္အတြင္းမွာ၊ စစ္တပ္အတြင္းမွာ၊ လုပ္ငန္းရွင္ေတြမွာ၊ ဘုန္းႀကီးေက်ာင္းေတြမွာ အႏွံ႔အျပားရွိေနတယ္။ အခ်ိဳ႔ဘုန္းႀကီးေက်ာင္းေတြဆုိ လူမ်ိဳးေရး ဘာသာေရး အစြန္းေရာက္မ်ား ေမြးထုတ္ေပးေနၾကျပီ။
၈။ ေဒၚေအာင္ဆန္းစုၾကည္က ယခုထက္ပုိျပီး ေျပာဖို႔လုိျပီ။
၉။ သမၼတဦးသိန္းစိန္က အခုလို အၾကမ္းဖက္မႈေတြကုိ အျမန္ရပ္ျပီး၊ ေအးခ်မ္းတည္ျငိမ္မႈကုိ မတည္ေဆာက္ေပးႏုိင္ဘူးဆုိလွ်င္ ကမၻာ့ႏုိင္ငံမ်ားအၾကားမွာ ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံဟာ (အရင္ကလိုဘဲ) အထီးက်န္ျပန္ျဖစ္သြားလိမ့္မယ္။
(နယူးေယာ့တုိင္း သတင္းစာမွာ ဧျပီလ (၂၄) ၂၀၁၃မွာ ကုိေအာင္ေဇာ္ရဲ့ ေရးသားခ်က္အခ်ိဳ႕မွ ေကာက္ႏႈတ္ခ်က္မ်ား)
Translated by Aung Tin
http://www.nytimes.com By AUNG ZAW
Anti-Muslim violence is no accident but the product of an effort led by army hard-liners to thwart both reforms and Myanmar's opening to the outside world.
VICIOUS sectarian and ethnic violence has set back the fragile political reforms introduced in Myanmar last year. As tensions flare in the majority-Buddhist country that I and other exiles still call Burma, many fear that the deadly anti-Muslim riots are no accident but the product of an effort led by army hard-liners to thwart both the reforms and Myanmar's opening to the world.
When I returned to my homeland last year — for the first time in 24 years — I witnessed a rising wave of extreme nationalism and anti-Muslim hate speech. I heard senior army officers and government ministers express unfounded fears that Muslims would force their religion on Buddhists and try to "steal" Buddhist women. These hatemongers said that Saudi Arabia was secretly financing Muslim businesses and mosques, and that the Rohingyas, a Muslim minority in the west, were being joined en masse by illegal migrants from Bangladesh.
"If we don't deter them, the western gate will break," one senior minister told me, referring to Arakan State, which borders Bangladesh and is home to most Rohingyas. In his view, human rights did not apply to Muslims.
These attitudes have spread deep within the populace. Last year, clashes between Buddhists and Muslims in western Myanmar killed at least 180 people and displaced more than 120,000, mostly Rohingyas. Last month, violence spread to central Myanmar, killing dozens and leaving more than 13,000 homeless.
Although many culprits have been suggested, I have no doubt that national officials bear some responsibility, and that the violence suggests a power struggle within the elite. Infighting between hard-line and moderate forces in the government, which took power two summers ago under the moderate general Thein Sein, is no secret. His cabinet, Parliament and the army remain dominated by holdovers from the regime of the former dictator Gen. Than Shwe. Many are resisting President Thein Sein's reforms.
The generals who ruled the country for five decades control much of the nation's wealth, and some are close to Chinese interests that stand to be eclipsed if Myanmar deepens economic ties to the West. The anti-Muslim violence is a useful distraction from Burmese grievances against China, whose heavy-handed economic activities have bred resentments across much of Southeast Asia.
Opposition leaders note that the violence began, suspiciously, just months after the party of the opposition leader, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, won a landslide victory in by-elections in April 2012. Muslims were targeted with "brutal efficiency," according to Vijay Nambiar, then the United Nations secretary general's special adviser on Myanmar. Tomás Ojea Quintana, the United Nations special rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar, said he'd received reports of "state involvement," with the authorities "standing by while atrocities have been committed before their very eyes, including by well-organized ultranationalist Buddhist mobs." The government has denied the allegations, but it defies belief the security forces and riot police, who ruthlessly suppressed protests in 1988 and 2007, have suddenly lost their nerve.
Last month, President Thein Sein warned "political opportunists and religious extremists" that hateful actions would "not be tolerated." So far, however, his government has largely failed to hunt down the perpetrators. Perhaps, observers say, some perpetrators are too big to catch.
Others blame extremist monks; one of their most charismatic leaders, U Wirathu, has been called "the Burmese Bin Laden" because of his video sermons urging attacks on Muslims and boycotts of their businesses. His hateful incitement goes unchecked, and photographs on social media sites have even shown him receiving alms from hard-liners.
The sowers of hate have rich soil in which to work, but it wasn't always so.
Muslims began arriving in Burma as traders and mercenaries in the 13th century and lived alongside Buddhists in relative peace for centuries. In the 19th century, under the reformist King Mindon, mosques were built and thousands of Muslims served in Burmese infantry and artillery divisions. Mindon even helped build a hostel in Mecca for Burmese Muslims making the pilgrimage, or hajj.
The seeds of sectarian conflict date from British rule, which started in southern Burma. Indian immigrants flocked there after the first Anglo-Burmese War, from 1824 to 1826. Later, after two more wars that made Burma a province of colonial India, riots erupted, targeted at Indian Muslims who had come to dominate low-skill jobs and money-lending. In some of the worst clashes, in 1938, hundreds of Muslims and Buddhists were killed, and mosques were destroyed.
Nevertheless, Muslims achieved prominence as student activists, politicians, army officers, civil servants, scholars and teachers. U Razak, a Muslim cabinet minister, was assassinated alongside the independence leader Aung San — Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi's father — in 1947. But the situation for Muslims worsened after the military seized power in 1962.
The regime sought to impose ethnic purity by marginalizing minorities (ethnic Burmans make up only two-thirds of the population) and non-Buddhists. Eventually, even traditional Buddhists were marginalized, as dictators employed a grotesque parody of their religion to manipulate the masses. The leaders portrayed themselves as devout, but showed no compassion in brutally repressing minorities and dissidents.
Today's Buddhist extremists are the legacy of this policy. They are everywhere: on the streets and in Parliament, wearing military fatigues, business suits and monks' robes. Some monasteries have become breeding grounds for extreme nationalism. Many senior monks are corrupt, including those in the state-sponsored Buddhist council, the Sangha.
President Thein Sein and Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi, former rivals, share some responsibility for the violence and have a legal and moral duty to act. Freed after more than a decade under house arrest, Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi, now a member of Parliament, has called for the rule of law, but this is not enough. To be as respected as Mohandas K. Gandhi and Nelson Mandela, she must explicitly condemn the bloodshed against Rohingyas, Kachin and other minorities and criticize the police and security forces for their negligence and complacency. Newspapers, newly freed from censorship, must cease their jingoistic sloganeering and assume the responsibilities that come with liberty.
Machete-wielding monks and militants, implicitly granted a license to kill, have been a blot on our nation and the government's recent commitment to change. If President Thein Sein does not move quickly to stop the bloodshed, a historic opportunity for peace — and acceptance for Myanmar in the community of nations — will be lost.
A version of this op-ed appeared in print on April 25, 2013, on page A31 of the New York edition with the headline: Are Myanmar's Hopes Fading?.
Posted: 26 Apr 2013 01:22 AM PDT
Memperalat murid sekolah sebagai budak suruhan bagi kempen Barisan Nasional (BN) adalah pelanggaran etika pilihan raya, kata Pengerusi Biro Pendidikan KEADILAN, Abbas Awang.
Beliau mengulas gambar di laman sosial yang memaparkan murid Sekolah Kebangsaan Long Jeeh Baram, Sarawak mengibarkan bendera BN ketika mahu menyambut dan memberi sokongan kepada calon BN Baram yang juga bekas Timbalan Ketua Menteri Sarawak, Tan Sri Alfred Jabu.
"Ini jelas melanggar undang-undang demi kepentingan politik BN. Parti itu seolah-olah makin terdesak sehingga sanggup menggunakan murid untuk kempen politik.
"Perkara ini tidak sepatutnya berlaku, mereka masih kecil. Jangan heret kanak-kanak dalam kancah politik," katanya ketika dihubungi.
Tegas beliau, Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) tidak boleh mengambil mudah perkara tersebut dan perlu segera menyiasat kerana ia bertentangan etika kempen pilihan raya.
"SPR sepatutnya ambil tindakan segera untuk mengelakkan pemimpin BN menggunakan murid bagi kempen mereka. Penglibatan guru yang merupakan kakitangan awam dalam kes sebegini merupakan salah guna kuasa.
"Saya hairan mengapa Pengarah Pelajaran Negeri atau Daerah sanggup dipergunakan pemimpin BN, dan kemudian memperalat murid sekolah untuk kempen mereka," ujarnya.
Dalam pada itu, beliau memberitahu modus operandi sama turut digunakan pemimpin BN di Kuala Lipis, Pahang apabila guru diarah mendengar 'taklimat' tohmahan ke atas pemimpin Pakatan Rakyat.
"Semalam, semua guru dikumpul supaya mendengar taklimat memfitnah pemimpin Pakatan di Pejabat Pelajaran Daerah Kuala Lipis. "Antara yang saya dapat maklumat, kononnya kawan Anwar (Ibrahim), Sidek Baba turut diundang memberikan 'taklimat' kepada guru," kata Abbas.
Posted: 25 Apr 2013 11:25 PM PDT
April 25, 2013
Nora Rowley shared Kyaw Ariyan's photo.
So-called Buddhist monks and Rakhine civilians protest shelter built for displaced Rohingya who they label as illegal inhabitants…interesting just when ~670 6,000,000 Myanmar Kyat/house homes just built for Sittwe Rakhine IDP's versus 10,000′s of Rohingya still living in straw huts and tents with dirty pond for water sources and after Bangladesh born Rakhine ethnic given confiscated Rohingya land, new built homes and legal status oin Northern Rakhine Maungdaw Township.
My friend wrote>ဒီေကာင္ေတြနီယတ္(Aim and objective) ကဘာလဲဗ်ာ ဘာဘဲလုပ္လုပ္ကန္ ့ကြက္ေနျကေတာ့တာဘဲ သူတို ့ကန္ ့ကြက္တိုင္းလည္း ဒီစစ္ေခြးေတြကလက္ခံေပးေနတယ္ဗ်ာ
ယခုအခါ မိုးရာသီလည္း နီးလာျပီ ျဖစ္ျပီး ႏိုင္ငံတကာမွလည္း ျမန္မာ အစုိးရ အေပၚ ဖိအားမ်ား တိုးပြား လာေနျပီး တခ်ိန္တည္းတြင္ ရခိုင္လူထုဘက္မွလည္း လံုခ်င္း အိမ္ယာေဆာက္လုပ္ေပးမူ အေပၚ ဆန္႕က်င္ကန္႕ကြက္မူမ်ား ရွိေနသျဖင့္ ျမန္မာ အစိုးရ အေနျဖင့္ မည္သို႕ ေဆာက္ရြက္ရမည္ကို မဆံုးျဖတ္ႏိုင္ဘဲ အက်ပ္ရိုက္လွ်က္ ရွိေနေၾကာင္ သတင္း ရရွိသည္။
အျငင္းပြားရာမွ ရခုိင္၀န္ၾကီးခ်ဳပ္၏ ဒုကၡသည္မ်ားအတြက္ အိမ္ယာေဆာက္လုပ္ေရး ညိွႏိုင္း အစည္းအေ၀းပ်က္
ဧျပီလ ၂၄ ရက္ေန႕ ေန႕လည္ (၁) နာရီက ရခိုင္ျပည္နယ္ အစိုးရ ရံုးခန္းတြင္ ျပဳလုပ္ခဲ့ေသာ မြတ္ဆလင္ ဒုကၡသည္မ်ာအား အိမ္ယာေဆာက္လုပ္ေရး ညွိႏိုင္း အစည္းအေ၀းမွာ အျငင္းပြားမူမ်ားေၾကာင့္ အစည္းအေ၀း ပ်က္ကာ ရပ္နားလိုက္ရသည္ဟု ဆိုသည္။
ႏိုင္ငံသား မစိစစ္ဘဲ အိမ္ယာေဆာက္လုပ္ေပးေရး ကန္႕ကြက္ေနေသာ စစ္ေတြမွ ရခိုင္လူထု (ဓါတ္ပံု- Coral Arakan)
အစည္းအေ၀းကို တက္ေရာက္ခဲ့သူ တစ္ဦးက အိမ္ယာေဆာက္ လုပ္ေရးႏွင့္ ပတ္သက္ျပီး ရခိုင္ျပည္နယ္ ၀န္ၾကီးခ်ဳပ္ ဦးလွေမာင္တင္၏ ေရွ႕ေနာက္ စကားမညီရာမွ ကန္ထရိုက္ ရထားသူမ်ားႏွင့္ အျငင္းပြားသျဖင့္ အစည္းအေ၀းကို ရပ္နားလိုက္ရသည္ဟု ဆိုသည္။" ၀န္ၾကီးခ်ဳပ္ အရင္ေျပာထားတာက ၈ ခန္းတဲြ အေဆာင္ေတြ ေဆာက္ေပးဖို႕ ေျပာထားပါတယ္။ မေန႕က အစည္းအေ၀းမွာေတာ့ လံုခ်င္း အိမ္ယာေတြ ေဆာက္ေပးရမယ္လို႕ ေျပာတယ္။ အဲသလို ေျပာဆိုရာမွာ စကားမ်ားၾကျပီး အစည္းအေ၀းကို ရပ္နားလိုက္ရတာပါ" ဟု ဆိုသည္။
ယခုကဲ့သို႕ ရပ္နားလိုက္ရသျဖင့္ လာမည့္ (၂) ရက္ အတြင္း အစည္းအေ၀းအား ျပန္လည္ ျပဳလုပ္မည္ဟု ဆိုသည္။
" အခု ျဖစ္တဲ့ ျပႆနာက ကၽြန္ေတာ္တုိ႕က အေဆာင္ တန္းလ်ားေတြ မဟုတ္ရင္ မေဆာက္ႏိုင္ဘူး။ လံုခ်င္း အိမ္ယာေတြ ေဆာက္မွာကုိ ရခိုင္ေတြဘက္က ဆန္႕က်င္ေနတယ္။ သူတို႕က ႏိုင္ငံသား ဟုတ္မဟုတ္ကုိ မစိစစ္ဘဲ လံုခ်င္းအိမ္ယာေတြ မေဆာက္ေပးနဲ႕လို႕ ေတာင္းဆိုထားတယ္။ ဒါကို သြားေဆာက္ေပးရင္ ကၽြန္ေတာ္တို႕ ေဆာက္တဲ့ လူေတြအတြက္ပါ ျပႆနာ တက္ႏိုင္တယ္။ ဒါေၾကာင့္ကၽြန္ေတာ္တို႕က လံုးခ်င္းအိမ္ယာေတြဆိုရင္ေတာ့ ကန္ထရိုက္ ယူႏုိင္မွာ မဟုတ္ဘူးလို႕ ေျပာဆိုရာကေန စကားမ်ားျပီး အစည္းအေ၀းကို ရပ္နားလိုက္ရတာ ျဖစ္ပါတယ္" ဟု ဆိုသည္။
မြတ္ဆလင္ ဒုကၡသည္မ်ားအတြက္ အိမ္ယာေဆာက္လုပ္ေရးကုိ ေဆာက္လုပ္ေရး ကုမၸဏီ ၃၉ ခုမွ ကန္ထရိုက္ရထားျပီး အစည္းအေ၀းသို႕ လုပ္ငန္းရွင္မ်ားအားလံုး တက္ေရာက္ခဲ့ၾကသည္ဟု ဆိုသည္။
အဆိုပါ ကန္ထရိုက္ ရထားသူမ်ား အေနျဖင့္ မိ္သားစု (၈) စု ေနထိုင္မည့္ အိမ္ခန္းတြဲ (၈) ခုပါ အေဆာင္တစ္ခုကို က်ပ္ေငြ ၃၆ သိန္းစီျဖင့္ ေဆာက္လုပ္ရန္ ကန္ထရိုက္ ရထားသည္ဟု ဆုိသည္။
ယမန္ေန႕က အစည္းအေ၀းတြင္ ျပည္နယ္ ၀န္ၾကီးခ်ဳပ္ ဦးလွေမာင္တင္မွ အိမ္ခန္းတြဲမ်ား အစား ၁၂ ေပပတ္လည္ လံုးခ်င္းအိမ္ယာမ်ား တစ္လံုးကို (၅) သိန္းက်စီျဖင့္ ေဆာက္လုပ္ရန္ ညႊန္ၾကားခဲ့သည္ဟု ဆိုသည္။ လံုးခ်င္းအိမ္မ်ားကို ေဆာက္ႏိုင္ မေဆာက္ႏုိင္ကို (၂) ရက္အတြင္း အေၾကာင္းျပန္ရန္လည္း ကန္ထရိုက္ရထားေသာ ကုမၸဏီမ်ားကို ေျပာၾကားခဲ့သည္ဟု ဆိုသည္။
ယခုကဲ့သို႕ ျပည္နယ္ အစိုးရမွ ျပတ္ျပတ္သားသားမဟုတ္ဘဲ ေရွ႕တမ်ိဳးေနာက္တမ်ိဳး ေျပာဆိုေနသျဖင့္ ျပႆနာမွာ ပိုမို ၾကီးထြားလာႏုိင္သည္ဟု အမည္မေဖၚလိုသူ စစ္ေတြမွ ႏိုင္ငံေရး သမား တစ္ဦးက ေျပာသည္။
" အခု ရခိုင္ေတြဘက္ကလည္း ႏိုင္ငံသား ဟုတ္မဟုတ္ကုိ မစိစစ္ခင္မွာ တန္းလ်ားေတြ ေဆာက္ျပီးထားမွာကို သေဘာတူထားတယ္။ ဒါေၾကာင့္ ျပႆနာက ေလာလာဆယ္မွာ ေျပလည္ေနျပီ။ ဒါကို ျပန္ျပီး လံုးခ်င္း အိမ္ယာေတြ ေဆာက္ခိုင္းရင္ ျပႆနာက ျပန္တက္ႏုိင္တယ္။ ဆႏၵျပမူေတြ ျပန္ေပၚလာျပီး အေျခအေန ရွဳတ္ေထြး လာႏိုင္တယ္။ အစိုးရ အေနနဲ႕ ျပတ္ျပတ္သားသား ေျပာတ့ဲ အတိုင္း လုပ္ဖို႕လိုပါတယ္" ဟု ဆိုသည္။
လံုးခ်င္းအိမ္ယာမ်ား ေဆာက္လုပ္ေပးရန္ ညႊန္ၾကားမူႏွင့္ ပတ္သက္ျပီး ျပည္နယ္ ၀န္ၾကီးခ်ဳပ္ ဦးလွေမာင္တင္အား စစ္ေတြတြင္ ေ၀ဖန္မူမ်ား ျပင္းျပင္းထန္ထန္ ေပၚေပါက္ေနျပီး စြပ္စြဲတိုက္ခိုက္မူမ်ားလည္း ေပၚေပါက္ေနသည္ဟု သိရသည္။
" ဒီညႊန္ၾကားခ်က္က ေနျပည္ေတာ္က လာတာ ျဖစ္မယ္။ ဒါေၾကာင့္ ဦးလွေမာင္တင္ တစ္ဦးတည္းကို အျပစ္ ပံုခ်လို႕ကေတာ့ ရႏိုင္မယ္ မထင္ဘူး။ အထက္က ညႊန္ၾကားခ်က္မရွိဘဲ ဒီေလာက္ အေရးၾကီးတဲ့ လုပ္ငန္းကို ဦးလွေမာင္တင္ တစ္ဦးတည္း သေဘာနဲ႕ လုပ္မယ္လို႕ ကၽြန္ေတာ္က မယူဆဘူး" ဟု ႏိုင္ငံေရး သမားက ဆိုသည္။
Posted: 25 Apr 2013 09:30 PM PDT
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