- DAP dan PKR cemarkan keharmonian Adenan Satem inginkan untuk Sarawak
- ISMA baek punya balun Hannah Yeoh
- PENGARAH PENJARA dah DIGODA Nurul hingga PKR boleh meeting dgn Anwar dlm Sg Buloh?
- Akhirnya MINTAK TOLONG juga polis ... TAK MALU!!!
- Kenapa Jahabar Sadiq tak kena?
- Peduli APA DIKATA! PR tetap hina PDRM ...Syabas raid TMI!!!
- Betty Chiew CHAIRMAN MEETING exco Penang kot ....
- UMNO-DAP Coalition government?
Posted: 30 Mar 2015 10:00 PM PDT
Sarawak satu negeri berbilang kaum dan etnik yang aman dan penuh toleransi dan penerimaan akan perbezaan ini. Bukan setakat itu, mereka memahami adat istiadat kaum dan etnik lain.
Biasa sekali kaum bukan Islam akan ada set pinggan mangkok lain untuk kaum ugama Islam bagi menghormati kaum lain. Di Sarawak, tiap-tiap kaum tahu dan hormati amalan dan ugama laim.
Hal ini adalah sesuatu yang CM Tan Adenan Satem berpegang kuat dan mahu pertahankan. Dia juga mahu supaya pembangunan luar bandar banyak diberi penekanan.
Sedihnya baru-baru ini ada ketegangan apabbila berlaku peristiwa kaum iban kristian mengugut untuk bunuh ustazah dari Kelantan yang dituduh mengislamkan seorang murid tingktan 1. Ini amat pelik kerana orang Kristian memurtadkan orang Islam sering berlaku dan ibu bapa Iban tidak tahan anak-anak mereka yang mahu masuk Islam.
Setakat yang difahamkan budak dan keluarganya sudah mengucap syahadah dan masuk Islam. Budak itu sendiri mahu masuk Islam atas kehendak sendiri. Ustazah ini hanya membantu keluarga tersebut untuk bertemu JAIS.
Katanya sekumpulan paderi mengamuk sebaik mengetahui hal ini. Sampai ada demostrasi di sekoloh yang melibatkan paderi geng-geng2 gereja. Ini pun pelik kerana paderi tidak bersikap sedemikian. Ini mesti politik Impian Sarawak DAP yang masuk ke kampung menghasut dan menimbulkan ketidak puashati
Kononnya geng-geng paderi telah post di FB Miri dan ini membuat ramai yang marah pada guru semananjung dan tibul perasaan anti Semenanjung Panta Timor.
Memang sah kerja DAP.
Tak lama lagi bakal lagi teruklah bila puak-puak haramjadah ini dah mula datang ke Sarawak. Harap Adenan Satem dimaklumkan supaya kasi tahan di Imigresen.
Posted: 30 Mar 2015 08:00 PM PDT
Posted: 30 Mar 2015 06:05 PM PDT
Ini berdasarkan maklumat FB berikut:
Bab Nurul dengan Pengarah Penjara tu, apa lagi cara Nurul boleh dapat atur meeting gini. Mesti orang atas setuju.
Lagi pun bukan tak tahu Nurul. Pass exam pun.guna taktik ice cream tiup lecturer....
Mesti Nurul yg ajar budak pompuan yg dengan Pak Min kah kah kah ....
Posted: 30 Mar 2015 04:48 PM PDT
Posted: 30 Mar 2015 08:00 AM PDT
Posted: 30 Mar 2015 06:48 AM PDT
Peduli apa mereka kata akan Polis.
Ada mereka bising pasal Singapore guna ISA???
Baca dan dengat video SINI
Posted: 30 Mar 2015 02:30 AM PDT
Ini hanya meja hotel la....
Kenapa si mangkok ni fitnah? Mungkin Betty Chiew selalu duduk dlm mesyuarat exco Pulau Pinang.
Atau juga sebab DUN Kerajaan Palsu Perak pernah sidang di hotel maka mereka ingat kabinet Malaysia mesyuarat di hotel.
Pengikut bodoh mereka percaya saja gambo di atas tanpa selidik dan periksa.
Posted: 29 Mar 2015 11:29 PM PDT
Onus on Kit Siang for Umno-DAP Govt
Joe Fernandez | March 26, 2015
Yong Teck Lee was not entirely off the mark when he warned that a beyond BN, beyond PR Umno-DAP Government may yet emerge.
lim-kit-siang_dap_umno_300The case for an Umno-DAP Federal Government has always been there, especially among moderates in the former party, ever since PAP was ushered out of the Federation along with Singapore in 1965. Sabah Progressive Party (Sapp) President Yong Teck Lee was not entirely off the mark, for once, when he warned that a beyond BN, beyond PR Umno-DAP Government, a la Lim Kit Siang, may yet emerge from the hudud affair.
If not an Umno-DAP coalition, then there's a case for an Umno-PAS coalition — MUG or Malay Unity Government — as proposed by strategists in Umno. DAP elder statesman Lim Kit Siang, viewing MUG as a threat, refers to the strategists as "conspirators against the opposition alliance, Pakatan Rakyat".
If politics is the art of the possible, as German Chancellor Bismarck once said, and if the late Lee Kuan Yew felt that "nothing was impossible", an Umno-DAP coalition is a more viable option than Umno-PAS. Either way, Umno remains a player as the biggest party in Parliament if it can accept the fact that it's ability to rely solely on Barisan Nasional (BN) is a losing battle.
The right thing to have done of course, in the wake of the Opposition winning the popular vote at 53 per cent in 2013, would have been to form a National Federal Government, not a coalition or unity government, with the number of seats in Parliament determining which side gets what by way of Cabinet and Government positions. It's better for Umno/BN to take out an insurance policy in this manner and share power with the Opposition, and expect the favour to be repaid some day when the tables are turned, rather than risk losing it all one day. This is the point at which party politics ends and good government begins. Alas, it was not to be! It was "winner" take all.
Umno-DAP would be a multiracial coalition while the alternative arrangement would see DAP as a powerful enemy aligned against a weak so-called Malay Unity Government confined to the rural areas. As far as political animalism goes, there's nothing like a weak Federal Government to maintain the sovereignty of the people.
DAP is unlikely to abandon Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) but can live with PAS as long the party gets rid of its President Abdul Hadi Awang whom they would no longer touch with even a ten-foot pole in the wake of the hudud affair.
After all that has been said and done between DAP and PAS, there's no going back. Either Hadi goes or PAS will find itself out of the informal Pakatan Rakyat alliance one way or another. The question here is whether PAS leaders and members are willing to swim or sink with Hadi if the MUG idea doesn't pan out or if they don't want to be mugged by Umno.
Many people either don't realize or don't remember that there was no Pakatan on 8 March 2008, the 12th General Election, when the Opposition denied the ruling BN the coveted two-thirds majority in Parliament.
It's possible for the Opposition to go back to the pre-13th General Election arrangement in Opposition politics, to fight another day, and still live to tell the tale if Pakatan falls apart or if PAS falls into the MUG trap being set for it by Umno.
To digress a little, PAS won't make it easy for MUG to materialize. For one, the mainstream media has been demonizing PAS for so long that it's a wonder that Umno strategists can feign collective amnesia and come up with the MUG concept. We can only put this down to the Machiavellian mindset that "there are no permanent friends and no permanent enemies in politics but only permanent interests". If politics is not about the truth, then it can only be about what the people will believe. But is PAS the kind of party that doesn't get carried away by its own bulls..t in politics?
MUG may be in Umno's political interest but it will not be the same as things stand for PAS, allowing it to be on the same page as the former, unless several issues are first sorted out. Obviously, demonization will end under MUG, and so there's no need to harp on this sore point with PAS.
What has to be settled is the question of oil royalty payments to the Kelantan and Terengganu Governments, the Kelantan Menteri Besar taking his rightful place as the Chairman of the State Security Committee, Federal development grants going straight to the Kelantan Government and a free-for-all in Malay seats in the peninsula and Muslim seats in Sabah or probably being divided 50:50 between Umno and PAS. The last is a tall order but the rationale is there.
This is the opportunity for PAS to press home every advantage in a political deal with Umno, failing which the Islamic party will have to simply get rid of Hadi and re-dedicate itself with even a greater vengeance to Pakatan Rakyat, come hell or high water, and the downfall of Umno which they see coming. Or, it can go it alone as in 2008.
However, there's a big BUT in all this.
Anwar sees himself as a man of destiny and will keep his family in mind above all.
Umno would never abandon its allies in BN. It particularly needs Sabah and Sarawak but at the same time swears by MIC and MCA for more than sentimental reasons. These are historical ties. The three parties have come a long way together since 1957.
Read on HERE.
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