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SEX & THE CITY – Permatang Pauh Buy-Election

Ever wondered where in Malaysia is Manhattan? Look no further than Permatang Pauh… its now filled with all sorts of sex, sodomy, racist and money tales enough to make a movie. ( malaysiakini )

Sex And The Permatang City

Sex And The Permatang City

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SELANGOR STATE TO AXE PROJECTS?… malaysiakini

Mkini in Blogs


image from biz.thestar.com.my

Selangor state is said to have an internal circular to axe any previous BN approved projects above 5 million but not yet been signed by the state. It is looking at those projects which are listed as direct negotiation as it lacks transparency and may lead to waste of public funds. Will Malaysiakini investigate on this piece of news validity? 



A BABI BLOGGER – POLLUTING THE RIVER OF BLOGS

ref: malaysiakini mkini in blogs news malaysia-today selangor babi pig blogger deals agreements pakatan rakyat ali rustam

The Babi Blogger

When news of BN Politicians are getting into blogging its going to be a mockery to the Blog World. The filth and utter pollution of blogs by unethical and non-GOD fearing persons that will do anything to stay in power and rape the nation of its wealth.

As Raja Petra simply put it: ‘Yes, makan babi, haram. Tapi makan duit perniagaan babi, tak haram. Makan duit rasuah dari perniagaan babi, tak haram. Makan gaji dari duit cukai perniagaan babi, tak haram. Cium ‘French kiss’ mulut GRO Cina yang makan babi, tak haram. Aiyah…..Melayu ni bangang sangatlah.’

Below is the babi related post:

Ladang ternakan babi hadiah pilihan raya

TAHNIAH kepada kerajaan Selangor kerana meluluskan cadangan untuk membina ladang ternakan babi bernilai RM100 juta di Sepang. Sesungguhnya usaha yang dilakukan oleh kerajaan baru gabungan PKR, DAP dan Pas ini adalah sebagai hadiah kepada para pengundi yang menyokong parti mereka, termasuk para pengundi beragama Islam pada pilihan raya umum lalu.

Isu babi telah lama menjadi masalah di negeri Melaka dan kerajaan negeri sentiasa bersikap bahawa ternakan babi hanyalah untuk keperluan dalam negeri dan bukannya untuk tujuan eksport. Oleh sebab itu, kerajaan Melaka sentiasa memastikan jumlah ternakan tidak melebihi had yang telah ditetapkan iaitu antara 45,000 hingga 60,000 ekor sahaja. Manakala kawasan ternakan yang dibenarkan hanyalah di kampung Paya Mengkuang, Masjid Tanah.

Bagaimanapun, ada sesetengah pihak yang bersikap degil dan terus menternak babi di luar kawasan Paya Mengkuang manakala jumlahnya sehingga mencapai ratusan ribu ekor yang menyebabkan berlakunya pencemaran air dan udara di kawasan berkenaan. Hal ini sudah pasti tidak disenangi oleh kaum Melayu yang tinggal di kawasan tersebut sejak sekian lama. Oleh sebab itu, pada tahun lalu kerajaan negeri telah mengadakan usaha untuk mengurangkan kandang babi yang tidak memenuhi syarat. Walaupun pada awalnya ia mendapat bantahan di kalangan pengusaha, namun hasil pemuafakatan yang tebal dan sebati dalam kerajaan BN, maka ia berjaya diselesaikan menjelang pilihan raya umum lalu.

Usaha kerajaan Selangor membina ladang ternakan babi di Sepang itu boleh dianggap sebagai satu lagi projek mega di negeri itu setanding dengan Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kuala Lumpur dan Litar F1 kedua-duanya juga di Sepang. Kedua-dua projek mega tersebut berjaya memberikan keuntungan berjuta-juta ringgit kepada kerajaan Selangor sebelum ini, maka selepas ini keuntungan juga boleh diraih melalui hasil ternakan babi.

Biar apa sekalipun, babi adalah binatang yang dikategorikan sebagai najis berat (mughallazah) kepada orang Islam dan ia haram bagi orang Islam untuk menyentuh apalagi untuk memakannya. Oleh sebab itu, langkah untuk membina ladang babi itu perlu dilihat dari aspek kesannya kepada umat Islam yang tinggal di kawasan berkenaan. Keadaan ini juga dirasai oleh penduduk-penduduk di Kuala Sungai Baru di Melaka. Oleh seba itu, kerajaan Melaka telah berusaha untuk mengurangkan jumlahnya bagi mengatasi masalah itu.

Saya cukup kecewa dengan sikap para pemimpin Pas yang menganggotai mesyuarat exco kerajaan negeri Selangor yang turut bersetuju dan merelakan pembinaan ladang ternakan babi terbesar itu di negeri mereka, padahal mereka sebelum ini begitu lantang mengkritik saya berhubung isu babi di Melaka, walaupun kerajaan negeri sudah pun berusaha untuk mengurangkannya. Harus diingat bahawa sejak saya memimpin negeri ini, kita telah berjaya menutuo dua ladang ternakan babi iaitu di Jasin dan Melaka Tengah.

Tetapi apabila cadangan untuk membina ladang ternakan babi terbesar di negeri mereka, Pas tanpa segan silu turut menyokong cadangan tersebut. Tindakan para pemimpin Pas di dalam kerajaan Selangor juga telah “menghalalkan” perkara yang haram malah tanpa merasa bimbang akan pencemaran dan jangkitan penyakit yang boleh dibawa oleh babi kepada manusia, khususnya di kawasan terbabit. Ingatlah bahawa ladang yang akan dibangunkan itu adalah di kawasan majoriti didiami orang Melayu dan jika mereka benar-benar mahu membina ladang ternakan babi, buatlah di kawasan majoriti penduduknya terdiri dari kaum Cina.

Rakyat Selangor kini bergembira kerana bakal menerima hadiah pilihan raya yang begitu tinggi nilainya hasil sokongan mereka kepada parti mereka pada pilihan raya lalu.

Posted by Mohd Ali Mohd Rustam
(http://mohdalirustam.blogspot.com/2008/04/kandang-babi-hadiah-kepada-pengundi.html



WHY PAK LA LA SHOULD NOT STEP DOWN…

FOR THE SAKE OF OUR COUNTRY OUR PRIME MINISTER ABDULLAH BADAWI SHOULD NOT STEP DOWN.

ref: malaysiakini, mkini in blogs, malaysia-today, mkini in news, malaysia, umno, barisan national, pakatan rakyat, barisan rakyat, tun mahathir. 

Pak Lah Headache

Why one may ask? Why when everyone is trying to rid the nation off a weak leader does this blog want the opposite? A simple as this “A WEAK LEADER”. To conquer another nation 1st we need to identify if the leader of that nation is strong or weak. If he’s strong and command well your chances are 50/50. If the leader is weak and does not have full support from the locals and soilders then your winning chances are very much higher. 

Pak Lah is just that. He sleeps over decisions and when things falls apart he blames others sabotaging him and lay full blame to Tun Mahathir for leaving him a shitty country to run. If there’s truth to that then why did it happen? Why anyone want to sabotage a good leader, a clean leader, a good father-in-law & an islam hadhari founder?

If the judiciary is tainted and foreigners prefer to use Singapore or else where to seek justice then why didn’t Pak Lah rectify it knowing it was Tun that damaged the reputation? If Tun was responsible for Ops Lalang and he knows it, why did Pak Lah then use ISA on 5 Indian men? Surely, they are not capable of using C4 bombs on protest gathering.

Pak Lah is a weak leader as even less than 100days we see his decisions are not inline with what ministers under him dishes out. Under him the Tourism Minister decided to sideline money due to PR states the way they did to Terengganu withholding Oil Royalties when PAS won. So the same will happen and money will go to one poor soul like the former King Zakaria of Klang.

Pak Lah should stay as PM. If he does then more UMNO/BN members will be angry and defect to PR. Pak Lah should stay as PM so many more mega corridors will emerge only to be cancelled later due to corruption, cost overruns and lack of funds. Most importantly Pak Lah should be defiant and remain as PM until next election so Pakatan Rakyat can win and form a New Ruling Party to lead a Malaysia for all.



Penang Malay Chamber of Commerce Doesn’t Know what’s Open Tender.

HE WHO KNOWS SHIT TALKS SHIT….

ref: malaysiakini , malaysia-today

I am surprise that someone heading a chamber of commerce talks of handicap for open tenders based on race. On TV, this person mentioned that its grossly unfair for Malay businesses to fight with Chinese businesses over a tender as he ASSumes all Chinese businesses are filthy rich CONGLOMERATES that will TELAN all Malay businesses in the open field. Does he really care for a clean effective way for the Gov to procure services or products via Open Tendering? No period. He only cares if his race gets the job 1st. If he compares to Chinese then Indians will suffer most compared to Malays hence should the Gov divide Tenders to 50% Orang Asli & Lain-lain, 30% Indians, 20% Malays & 10% Chinese based on his skewed perception? 

What utter nonsense if one were to give handicap based on race, this is not a GOLF game.

Simply put it if Gov were to give Malays 80% of the open tenders would it mean 80% Malays will profit from it? Answer is No! Because the fact is there are large Corporations owned by Malays and the have the resources and delivery power vs the small Malay business. Where that leaves the small fry as the Malay Chamber of Commerce so bluntly said. This is the core reason he gave to have handicap based on race quota. Now would he dare to raise this again within the Malay community that 90% of tenders are to be given only to small frys and the balance to large corporations? If the Gov decides to open a telecommunications tender for a zone and TM, Maxis, Digi and TeleAbu decides to bid what will be the outcome? Handicap for TeleAbu cause he’s a Malay small fry with 5 staff and 50k bank balance. Should 90% of that zone be his then? Yes? No?

I suggest all leaders and business chamber of ASSumes please read up on OPEN TENDERING or BIDDING before making a FOOL of oneself in Public.

“Open tenders”, in other words open calls for tenders, also called advertised tenders, are open to all vendors or contractors who can guarantee performance.

“Restricted tenders”, in other words restricted calls for tenders, also called invited tenders, prequalified, short-listed, or selective tenders, are only open to selected prequalified vendors or contractors. Example: ad and results.

There are 3 main procedures when tendering for European contracts that are above a certain level cost: – Open procedure – Restricted Procedure – Negotiated procedure

Each of them work in different ways.

Further details can be found on the European Website SIMAP contains extensive information about tender processes: [1] For something in layman terms you can also refer to the FAQ on tendering [2]

Handicap needed for Malays, says chamber

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2008/3/26/nation/20080326162743&sec=nation

PENANG: The Penang Malay Chamber of Commerce is not against an open tender system but is concerned about how “fairness” is defined. 

President Rizal Faris Mohideen said the chamber was not against the new state government’s move for fairness and open tender, but felt some handicap should be given to Malay entrepreneurs to even the playing field. 

He said this was because there was a gap among the different races in terms of wealth and control of the economy. 

Rizal Faris compared the Chinese and the Malays, saying they were unevenly matched. 

“We are all for competitiveness and open tender on a level playing field. In business, we have to be competitive. However, we are concerned about the definition of fairness as the playing field is not level among the Malay, Chinese and Indian communities,” he said. 

Rizal Faris, however, asserted that the chamber did not want to encourage the subsidy culture.  

He said the federal government had been pumping in billions of ringgit to help those marginalised over the last 50 years but noted that the Malays had yet to reach the competitive level. 

“Maybe, how the money was not well spent. We have to change our approach and review how we do things to be able to create competitiveness,” he said. 

He was speaking to reporters Wednesday after a courtesy call by 43 members of the chamber, the Penang Chinese Chamber of Commerce, the Malaysian Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Penang and the Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce and Industry Penang on Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng at his office here. 

Rizal Faris said this was the first “interface” with Lim and his whole line of state executive councillors, and requested a separate session for Malay entrepreneurs involving his chamber, the Penang Malay Economic and Business Council and the Penang Muslim League. 

In response, Lim said certain things were beyond the state’s control and the government had to follow the state treasury’s guidelines when it came to open tenders. 

“That is the advice from the State Legal Advisor. Our scope is limited,” he said, and reiterated that the open tender system was for economic growth in Penang so that everyone could share in the prosperity.



DAP LKS CUT THE CRAP!

Ref: Malaysiakini  &  Malaysia Today  
12th General Elections – Its Beyond Race 

People voted for Barisan Rakyat! Don’t make us regret…

No DAP CEC mandate for PAS Menteri Besar in Perak

March 12th, 2008 (1 hour ago) « 156 Comments »

The decision to appoint a PAS Assemblyman Mohamad Nizar Jamaludin as Perak Mentri Besar has caused shock and consternation to DAP leaders, members and supporters.The DAP Central Executive Committee, at its emergency meeting in Penang on Sunday, 9th March 2008, had given approval for the formation of a Perak coalition government comprising 18 DAP Assembly members, seven PKR Assemblymen and six PAS Assemblymen.

DAP is prepared to accept DAP chairman and Assemblyman for Sitiawan Ngeh Koo Ham or PKR Behrang Assemblyman Jamaluddin Mohd Radzi as Perak Mentri Besar.

As the appointment of PAS Assemblyman for Pasir Panjang Mohamad Nizar Jamaludin as Perak Mentri Besar representing the third and smallest political party in the proposed coalition has not received the mandate of the CEC, DAP Perak Assemblymen will stay away from the swearing-in ceremony for Perak Mentri Besar scheduled tomorrow.



ITS ‘BARISAN RAKYAT’ TO ALL

Ref: Malaysiakini  &  Malaysia Today  
12th General Elections – Beyond Race

 barisanrakyat2a2.jpg

‘We are in the process of speeding up the formality in forming the Barisan Alternatif.”

Excuse me! Barisan Alternatif? For Pete’s sake (sorry RPK no pun intended) please drop that BA name OK! 
The Rakyat voted and they voted with heart for ‘BARISAN RAKYAT’ – read this again ‘BARISAN RAKYAT’.
If anyone still don’t get it please remember BA didn’t shake BN down, its BR that did it therefore its most appropriate to name the new alliance as ‘BARISAN RAKYAT’ period! komprendo? If PKR-DAP-PAS-MDP-ETC-ETC names it any other name we’ll run a petition to reject it how’s that? 

Three parties ‘may formalise their alliance’      
Posted by Raja Petra   
Wednesday, 12 March 2008
MALAYSIA’S three main opposition parties are considering a formal alliance after their strongest showing in 50 years in the March 8 general election, said former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim.Datuk Seri Anwar said the parties have held initial discussions about signing an agreement and creating a shadow Cabinet.

‘We need a more cohesive working relationship,’ he told reporters yesterday in Petaling Jaya, outside Kuala Lumpur.

A united opposition would be a ‘government in waiting’, he said.

But Datuk Seri Anwar, who has ruled out returning to the ruling coalition, declined to say whether he wanted to be prime minister or even be known as the alliance’s official leader.

‘I don’t like to be called an opposition leader,’ he said. ‘Alternative government. That sounds more political.’

He also refused to say when he might stand for Parliament through a by-election in one of the constituencies his party holds.

He is not eligible to run in an election until mid-April because of a corruption conviction on charges he denies.

‘I’m eager to be back in Parliament,’ he said. ‘I will attend the first session from the public gallery.’

Datuk Seri Anwar also told reporters that some political parties have tried to lobby him to join them.

‘Yes, there are parties asking, their people came and lobbied me to join them. I met them with an open manner. I am willing to exchange opinions with them. But I never think of joining other parties, Umno or Barisan Nasional forever and ever,’ he said.

His Parti Keadilan Rakyat, the Chinese-based Democratic Action Party and Parti Islam SeMalaysia will share power in four new state governments.

The former deputy premier, in a separate statement yesterday, warned the government not to sabotage the transition of power in the opposition-ruled states, saying it would undermine the stock market and the currency.

OPEN MIND
‘We are waiting for more details from Anwar before we respond. We are keeping an open mind.’ MR LIM KIT SIANG, Democratic Action Party leader, when asked if his party could work with PAS in a formal alliance
IN THE WORKS
‘We are in the process of speeding up the formality in forming the Barisan Alternatif.”

DATUK HUSAM MUSA, PAS vice-president, referring to the coalition of DAP, PAS, PKR and PRM (Parti Rakyat Malaysia) formed for the 1999 election which broke up by the time of the 2004 polls

BLOOMBERG, AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE, SIN CHEW DAILY/ASIA NEWS NETWORK