Gaya Peneroka


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Gaya Peneroka


Posted: 29 Jan 2016 02:24 AM PST

Kenyataan Oleh : Naraza Muda, Pengerusi Hal Ehwal Felda Pas Pusat.

FGV akhirnya akur dengan desakan perbagai pihak supaya tidak meneruskan rancanganya untuk memiliki 37 peratus kepentingan dalam PT Eagle High Plantations (EHP), anak syarikat Kumpulan Rajawali Group.

Sebelum ini FGV bersungguh untuk membuat pengambilalihan ini dan dianggarkan urusniaga ini bernilai AS680 juta secara tunai dan pertukaran saham. Banyak pihak melahirkan kebimbangan apabila FGV terpaksa membeli saham PTH ini dengan nilai harga lebih tinggi dari pasaran.

Berbagai alasan sebelum ini diberikan FGV, namun ianya ditolak pengkritik kerana dilihat urusniaga ini tidak menguntungkan FGV, malah meletakan FGV dalam keadaan bakal menanggung kerugian berikutan pasaran semasa Sawit dan juga faktor muka bumi 425,000 hektar tanah PTH di kalimantan dan beberapa kepulauan lagi.

PAS yang lantang membantah cadangan ini dari awal sejurus mendapat tahu cadangan pemgambilalihan ini, terus membawa isu ini agar dibantah oleh warga Felda.  Felda terpaksa membawa rombongan wakil-wakil ketua peneroka Felda dari seluruh negara melawat ladang PTH ini untuk menyakinkan warga Felda, urusniaga ini bakal memberi manfaat besar kepada Peneroka Felda.

 Apabila pengumuman pembatalan ini dibuat oleh Presiden dan ketua Pegawai Ekskutif Kumpulan, Datuk Mohd Emir Mawani Abdullah, pada akhir tahun lalu, Unit Hal Ehwal Felda Pas menyambut baik keputusan ini dan mengharapkan Felda dan FGV mengkaji sedalamnya apa jua urusan pembelian aset dan saham dalam dan luar negara bagi melindungi Felda dan FGV dari transaksi berisiko tinggi serta kerugian besar.

29 Januari 2016

Dialog Dewasa Kritik Berasa


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Dialog Dewasa Kritik Berasa


Posted: 29 Jan 2016 01:12 AM PST


Assalammualaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh,

A very good morning and Salam 1Malaysia.

Your Royal Highness,

The Honourable Dato' Sri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia and Minister of Home Affairs,

Honourable Ministers, Excellencies,

Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen,

  1. On behalf of the Malaysian Government and the people of Malaysia, I wish you all a warm Selamat Datang, and may I extend our appreciation for your coming from all over the world to attend this important conference.

  1. I would particularly like to welcome the Ministers and representatives who will be delivering statements on the policies of their respective countries on deradicalisation and countering violent extremism.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

  1. We are gathered at a time when the subject you are to discuss over the next two days could not be more urgent. When the idea for this conference was mooted at the Special ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on 2 October 2015, the world was already too familiar with the brutality and barbarity of Daesh.

  1. The sufferings of our brothers and sisters in Syria and Iraq, where Daesh has displaced millions, enslaved thousands, and forced local populations to live under their evil, perverted tyranny, grieved us all to the core.

  1. Since then, we have been horrified by the attacks on Paris, Istanbul, Ankara, Beirut and Jakarta, and the bombing of the Russian passenger jet over Sinai.

  1. Having been overshadowed by Daesh, Al Qaeda now seems to be engaged in an obscene competition with the newer terrorist group. Its affiliate in the Islamic Maghreb showed that it can still commit outrages too, with its recent assaults on hotels in Mali and Burkina Faso.

  1. Hundreds have died, and many have been terribly injured. And for what? Not for Islam – as there can be nothing Islamic about terrorism. These groups blaspheme against a religion of peace, tolerance and understanding. They appal the vast majority of Muslims who say loud and clear: you do not act in our name.

  1. But we must concede their appeal and reach. Not just to the deluded, or to those living on the margins with no hope or purpose.

  1. On the contrary, many of those who have joined, or who have tried to join these groups, are idealistic young men and women, some of them are even professionals who have been cruelly deceived by recruiters who pretend to be their friends, and who falsely claim that their actions are not only justified, but demanded, by religion.

  1. This is a challenge that faces us all around the world. We are far from immune to this danger in Malaysia. Just this month, our police force arrested three of our citizens who were trying to enter Syria to join Daesh.

  1. A young boy of 16 dressed in their uniform was taken into custody after holding a woman at knifepoint in the north west of our country. Think how impressionable teenagers are. Was he really an evil person, or had he been brainwashed and misled?

  1. And only ten days ago, another young man was arrested. He admitted that he was planning a suicide attack, here in Malaysia.

  1. This threat is very real, and my government takes it very seriously. This is why we passed the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act or SOSMA, the Special Measures against Terrorism in Foreign Countries Act, the Prevention of Terrorism Act, and the National Security Council Act.

  1. When other countries have come under attack, some have expressed their dismay that they do not have the appropriate and effective legislation which allows them to deal with the problem promptly and effectively. In some countries, it is not an offence to support Daesh, nor to travel abroad for terrorist-military training.

  1. I will not allow Malaysia to be so open to infiltration. The law is there to protect us all, but the evil intention of those who want to bomb, maim and behead can never be placed above the peaceful majority who firmly reject violence and war.

  1. It is right to talk about striking a balance between civil liberties and national security. But, let me tell you this. There are no civil liberties under Daesh, and they are no shield against those who are set on committing acts of terrorism. The best way to uphold civil liberties is to ensure the safety of the nation.

  1. I make no apology for taking every step to preserve that safety, and for making the safety of all Malaysians and our friends from abroad who visit us, this is my priority. We will not wait for an outrage to take place before putting all measures necessary in place.

Ladies and gentlemen,

  1. An important part of countering violent extremism not only lies in police and military action alone but in clearing away distortions and lies about religion, about Islam – in retelling the narrative of Islam so that we make it absolutely clear that it is the extremists who are the blasphemers. It is they who insult the Holy Quran and the Prophet Muhammad when they claim to act in their name or on their authority.

  1. In Malaysia, we have a long history of emphasising that moderation – the practice of wasatiyya – is a Quranic injunction. It is compulsory, it is a principle that must be upheld.

  1. In fact, there was a Malaysian sheikh – Datuk Dr Afifi al Akiti – who wrote one of the first fatwas after the 2005 London bombings in which he explicitly refuted the so-called religious basis for terrorism, and showed that these extremists have no theological ground to stand on.

  1. My predecessor, prime minister Tun Abdullah Badawi, contributed considerably to the scholarship demonstrating that balance, i.e. the pursuit of knowledge, and the protection of women and minorities are Islamic – and that extremism is not.

  1. And I am glad to say that he was one of the first to endorse the Global Movement of Moderates that I called for at the United Nations General Assembly in 2010. He described it as "a powerful platform that can rally people of all faiths behind the principle of faith in God and doing good deeds."

  1. These, ladies and gentlemen, are among the tools we can use – both to counter violent extremism, and to assist in guiding former radicals back to the right path.

  1. UN Security Council Resolution 2178 requires member countries to formulate a programme for returning foreign terrorist fighters. I am happy to announce that the special rehabilitation module that we have formulated in Malaysia has been translated into three languages - Arabic, English and French - and will be distributed to all participants at this Conference.

  1. For this is why we are here. To enhance cooperation between our security agencies. To share and analyse the best practices from our various deradicalisation programmes.

  1. To help identify the target groups who are vulnerable to extreme militant ideology. And to discuss the role of governments in rehabilitation efforts, and how best to return any of our citizens who have lost their way to fruitful and responsible lives.

Ladies and gentlemen,

  1. Here in Malaysia, we are firm in our resolve and fully committed to the fight against violent extremism, and we have initiated the establishment of Regional Digital Counter-Messaging Communications Centre, which will synchronise efforts in ASEAN and beyond.

  1. It is vital that this centre utilises the studies that illustrate why there is nothing at all "Islamic" about the state that Daesh intend to set up. And it is vital that all authorities – our muftis, our media commissions, our tech-savvy young people for whom social media is an integral part of their daily lives – to ensure that the messaging the centre puts out is solid, persuasive and real.

  1. It must cut through the rhetoric, and the sadly seductive approaches of the militants. It must state, very clearly, why they are wrong, and why true Muslims have nothing to do with this ideology of hatred and destruction. Digital media is the new frontier on which much of this war must be fought. Its centrality to our efforts cannot be overestimated.

Ladies and gentlemen,

  1. Let me assure you that here in Malaysia we will be dauntless in this battle, as are the very brave men and women of our armed forces and police. They have saved countless lives by foiling terrorist plots and putting themselves in danger. Their work is often unsung for security reasons, but I would like to pay tribute to them now.

Ladies and gentlemen,

  1. We will remain tireless in our endeavours to reverse the ideological misconceptions and falsehoods that fuel extremism. I am sure that this conference will make an important contribution, and will serve as a useful platform for the sharing of expertise and experience.

  1. And above all in the end, insyaAllah, we will prevail.

Thank you.



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Posted: 29 Jan 2016 09:12 PM PST

Potong biasiswa tapi biarkan skandal rasuah berleluasa

Posted: 29 Jan 2016 05:11 PM PST

30  Januari 2016zairil2 jpa

KUALA LUMPUR 29 JAN: Rakyat Malaysia tidak dapat menerima pemotongan peruntukan program biasiswa Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam (JPA) ketika gejala rasuah dan skandal kewangan pemimpin utama kerajaan menjadi-jadi.
Sepatutnya, Jurucakap Parlimen DAP untuk Pendidikan, Sains dan Teknologi, Zairil Khir Johari , berkata Kerajaan UMNO BN mengurangkan ketirisan dan skandal kewangan, bukannya memotong peruntukan empat program biasiswa JPA antara 20 hingga 60 peratus.
"Berpuluh-puluh bilion ringgit dibazirkan melalui skandal kewangan seperti skandal 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), Zon Bebas Pelabuhan Klang, Forex Bank Negara dan lain-lain.
"Mengikut laporan badan pemerhati kewangan, Global Financial Integrity terbitan bulan lalu, Malaysia kehilangan USD48.25 bilion pada 2013 melalui aliran keluar wang haram berpunca dari pengelakan cukai, jenayah, rasuah dan aktiviti haram lain.
"Dengan memperkenal dasar perolehan lebih telus seperti tender terbuka, merombak monopoli tidak kompetitif dan mengurangkan amalan mencari sewa, simpanan kira-kira RM30 bilion atau lebih 10 peratus Bajet 2016 boleh dicapai," katanya.
Beliau mengulas pemotongan peruntukan 20 hingga 60 peratus bagi empat program biasiswa iaitu program Biasiswa Nasional, program Khas Kejuruteraan, program Lepasan Bursari dan program Ijazah Pertama dalam Negara yang dibentang Perdana Menteri, semalam.
Program Biasiswa Nasional untuk pelajar Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) terbaik dipotong daripada 50 kepada 20 orang, pemotongan 60 peratus dan program Khas Kejuruteraan dari 300 kepada 200 orang, iaitu pemotongan 33 peratus.
Selain itu, lebih 250 pelajar program Lepasan Bursari dan lebih 2,000 pelajar program Ijazah Pertama Dalam Negara akan 'dikorbankan' kerana peruntukan dikurangkan, masing-masing mengalami pemotongan antara 25 peratus dan 21 peratus.
"DAP mengutuk sekeras-kerasnya tindakan kerajaan memotong peruntukan biasiswa kerana ia mengorbankan masa depan anak muda.
"Apabila RM500 juta boleh dibayar sebagai 'komisen' bagi pembelian kapal selam dan RM250 juta pinjaman mudah diberi atas dasar kronisme, ia mempersenda lebih 2,000 anak muda dengan potensi besar yang bekerja keras tapi dinafi peluang melanjutkan pelajaran," katanya.
Selain mengurangkan amalan ketirisan dan skandal kewangan, Ahli Parlimen Bukit Bendera itu berkata, banyak program boleh dimansuh antaranya Jabatan Hal Ehwal Khas, Biro Tatanegara (BTN), TalentCorp dan Program Latihan Khidmat Negara (PLKN).

UMNO berebut kuasa, rakyat Kedah diabai

Posted: 29 Jan 2016 05:07 PM PST

steven sim

BUKIT MERTAJAM 29 JAN: UMNO khususnya di Kedah digesa supaya berhenti berlegar dalam lingkungan 'siapa harus ditampuk kuasa' ketika rakyat terpaksa berhadapan dengan keparahan ekonomi global mahupun tempatan.
Ahli Parlimen Bukit Mertajam, Steven Sim Chee Keong kesal kerana UMNO hanya peduli soal kuasa sedangkan rakyat negara ini terpaksa menyesuaikan diri dengan suasana ekonomi dunia yang tidak menentu untuk tahun-tahun berikutnya.
"Kedah dan semua rakyat Malaysia sedang bersedia menghadapi tahun yang mencabar. Ramai bimbang isu kerja, apatah lagi selepas menteri mengakui pemberhentian tetap berlaku hingga 2017.
"Peningkatan kos sara hidup, penyusutan keuntungan kerajaan ekoran kejatuhan harga minyak, pengurangan perbelanjaan kerajaan serta cukai baru adalah faktor cabaran ekonomi mega untuk setiap rakyat.
"Namun, di tengah-tengah cabaran itu. UMNO hanya tahu tentang perebutan kuasa," katanya mengulas peristiwa kehadiran tiga Ahli Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri (Exco) ke mesyuarat mingguan yang dipengerusi Menteri Besar Kedah Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir Rabu lalu.
Memetik artikel 41 Undang-undang Tubuh Negeri Kedah, Steven Sim berkata, mesyuarat Exco memerlukan sekurang-kurangnya kehadiran empat Exco selain anggota yang mempengerusikannya untuk membenarkan sesuatu mesyuarat itu berlangsung.
"Perkembangan itu menunjukkan krisis Menteri Besar di Kedah semakin parah. Dengan kelumpuhan Exco, cabang eksekutif di negeri itu tidak dapat berfungsi langsung. Dengan kata lain, tidak ada lagi pentadbiran di negeri itu," katanya.
Menegaskan pertelingkahan dalaman parti itu pasti akan membahayakan Kedah, Steven Sim menggesa Mukhriz dan Presiden UMNO, Datuk Seri Najib Razak bertindak segera bagi memperbaiki situasi di negeri itu, sekaligus mengembalikan keadaan sedia kala.
Suasana politik di Kedah meruncing sejak minggu lalu apabila barisan kepimpinan UMNO negeri itu secara terbuka menyuarakan hilang keyakinan terhadap kepimpinan Mukhriz sebagai Menteri Besar dan Pengerusi Badan Perhubungan Umno Kedah.


Posted: 29 Jan 2016 03:49 AM PST


Posted: 29 Jan 2016 03:44 AM PST

Keputusan Apandi bebas Najib, apa pendirian Hadi?

Posted: 29 Jan 2016 03:38 AM PST

hadi awang apandi
KUALA LUMPUR 29 JAN: Ketua Parlimen DAP, Lim Kit Siang mempersoal pendirian Presiden PAS, Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang berhubung keputusan Peguam Negara, Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali membebaskan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak dari skandal kewangannya.
Katanya, soalan itu relevan ekoran Hadi satu-satunya pemimpin pembangkang yang memberi sokongan tidak terhingga kepada Najib sebelum ini, malah mendapat pujian Najib kerana menyebelahinya berhubung skandal derma RM2.6 bilion dan RM42 juta dari SRC International.
"Bagi menyelesaikan isu itu, tindakan berani kedua-dua komuniti politik dan undang-undang atau kehakiman diperlukan, justeru penting mengetahui sama ada Hadi menyokong keputusan Apandi.
"Kita juga mahu tahu pendirian Hadi sama ada menyokong Peguam Negara ada 'kuasa diktator' bagi menjalankan 'budi bicara mutlak' melepaskan Najib dari sebarang salah laku atau tidak," katanya.
Ahli Parlimen Gelang Patah itu mengulas kenyataan Apandi yang mengisytihar tindakan mempersoal keputusan Peguam Negara bertentangan dengan Perlembagaan Persekutuan dan mana-mana panel ditubuhkan bagi tujuan itu menyalahi undang-undang.
Menentang keras kenyataan Apandi, beliau berkata, ia berlawanan dengan prinsip undang-undang asas yang diucap Pemangku Ketua Hakim Malaya ketika itu, Raja Azlan Shah dalam kes Sri Lempah tahun 1979 iaitu:
"Setiap kuasa di sisi undang-undang mesti mempunyai had dan batasannya di sisi undang-undang, jika tidak akan menyebabkan pemerintahan diktator. Secara khususnya, ia adalah satu keperluan ketat yang mengikut budi bicara yang perlu dilaksanakan untuk tujuan yang betul, dan ia tidak boleh dijalankan secara tidak munasabah. Dalam erti kata lain, setiap budi bicara tidak boleh bebas dari kekangan undang-undang; dan jika ia salah dilaksanakan, adalah menjadi tugas mahkamah untuk campur tangan."
Kata Kit Siang, sistem keadilan dan kedaulatan undang-undang mendapat perhatian serius pelbagai pihak dalam negara mahupun masyarakat antarabangsa membabitkan tujuh negara yang mahu siasatan bebas dibuat ke atas Najib berikutan keputusan Apandi itu.
"Adakah Malaysia ada dua diktator – Perdana Menteri hasil dari Rang Undang-undang Majlis Keselamatan Negara dan Peguam Negara yang mendakwa ada 'budi bicara mutlak' ala-Apandi?" katanya pada kenyataan media, hari ini.
Namun, Kit Siang berkata masih ada harapan buat rakyat apabila beberapa bekas hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan dan Rayuan, juga pakar undang-undang utama dan peguam di Malaysia, bersedia mencabar doktrin 'jijik' yang dibawa Apandi.
Katanya, bekas Presiden Majlis Peguam, Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan bersetuju tidak wujud kuasa mutlak dalam sistem demokrasi dan budi bicara Peguam Negara perlu dijalankan secara munasabah selepas mengambil kira seluruh faktor.


Posted: 29 Jan 2016 03:31 AM PST

Peguam Negara tiada kuasa tutup kes –Gobind Singh

Posted: 29 Jan 2016 03:28 AM PST

gobind singh deo
KUALA LUMPUR, 29 JAN: Peguam Negara tiada kuasa mengikut Perlembagaan Persekutuan untuk mengarahkan mana-mana kertas siasatan termasuk kes skandal derma RM2.6 bilion membabit Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, ditutup.
Justeru, Ketua Biro Undang-undang DAP, Gobind Singh Deo, berkata sebarang siasatan terhadap skandal berkaitan derma ke akaun peribadi Perdana Menteri itu, sepatutnya boleh diteruskan.
"Merujuk Artikel 145 (3), Peguam Negara diberi kuasa untuk memulakan, menjalankan atau menghentikan prosiding jenayah. Ia tak nyatakan sebarang kuasa kepada Peguam Negara untuk tutup kes.
"Perlembagaan Persekutuan tidak memberi kuasa kepada Apandi sebagai Peguam Negara untuk menutup kes," kata Ahli Parlimen Puchong itu yang juga seorang peguam ketika dihubungi Roketkini, hari ini.
Kata Gobind, semua kes perlu sentiasa dibuka dan pendakwaan boleh membukanya semula pada mana-mana peringkat jika berasa perlu berbuat demikian terutama apabila bukti baru diperoleh.
"Seseorang itu hanya dilindungi jika ia dibebaskan di bawah Perkara 7 Perlembagaan Persekutuan berhubung kes yang serupa," katanya.
Apandi pada 26 Januari lalu membuat kenyataan bahawa Najib tidak melakukan apa-apa kesalahan berhubung dua skandal kewangan melibatkan sumbangan derma RM2.6 bilion dan kes SRC International Sdn Bhd hingga membangkitkan kemarahan ramai.
Apatah lagi, tersebar berita Apandi dilantik sebagai Ahli Lembaga Pengarah Tabung Haji yang kini berdepan kemelut kewangan akibat paras negatif rizab institusi itu sejurus selepas keputusan kontroversi itu dibuat.


Posted: 29 Jan 2016 03:26 AM PST